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Turkaegean: Financial Times promotes "Turkish Aegean"

The advertorial is entitled Coasting along in style: the lure of the TurkAegean, ie “Coast in style: the lure of the Turkish Aegean”. Undisturbed, they continue their communication campaign the Turkishadvertising the “Turkish Aegean“, Even in major British media. After the reaction of Greece and more specifically the order SAD to officials responsible for…
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Parliament dissolved in Israel

In Israel, where the political crisis broke out, the parliament was dissolved, the country will hold early elections on 1 November. The Israeli Parliament was dissolved in a vote this morning. Early elections were decided to be held on 1 November. The decision was…
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Disturbing images from a rehabilitation center in Kyiv, where wounded soldiers are being treated in Azovstal: "They amputated my leg without anesthesia"

In a rehabilitation center on the outskirts of Kiev, soldiers who defended the Azovstal metallurgical plant in Mariupol are recovering from their injuries, the Hromadske website reports. The “bull” learns to walk with a prosthesis, after his left leg was amputated from his knee, Barsik was seriously injured in the leg and hopes to return to the front, and the soldier nicknamed…
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US F-16 statement: We are helping Turkey renew its fleet

Getty Images US Undersecretary of Defense Celeste Wallander has announced that she supports the sale of F-16s to Turkey. Speaking at the NATO summit in Madrid, Deputy Minister of International Security Wallender said that developing Turkey’s defense capability will…
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now financially independent

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who left their official duties in the British Royal Family in 2020 and settled in the USA, covered the expenses of their visit to the UK themselves. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle It was learned that they paid for their own flights when they visited England at Easter. According to the Daily Mail’s report, the Queen of England II. The decision by…
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WHO: Covid-19 cases increase in 110 countries, epidemic not yet over

Speaking at the press conference at the organization’s headquarters in Geneva, WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesusassessed the latest developments on Covid-19 cases. Stating that BA.4 and BA.5, which are subvariants of Covid-19, triggered increases in cases in 110 countries, Ghebreyesus said: “Global case increases rose by 20%, while death rates rose in 3 WHO regions&#8221…
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