Top 10 world news: UK warns Russia of ‘strategic error’, Kentucky storm and more, World News
Ahead of the G7 foreign ministers meeting, British Foreign Minister Liz Truss said Russia would be making a “strategic mistake” if it attacked Ukraine. At least 50 people are believed to have died in Kentucky after a storm hit the southeastern state of the United States.
UK warns Russia of “strategic error” over military action in Ukraine
Truss said there would be “serious consequences if anything were to happen” referring to that of Russia signaled a plan of attack against Ukraine, which dominated the European agenda last month.
Kentucky storm: At least 50 fear death as storms hit United States
At least 19 tornadoes have been reported in five states, officials said, with one tornado hitting a nursing home in Monette, Arkansas, and an Amazon warehouse in Edwardsville damaged.
Taiwan Reports First Omicron Case; new virus variant spreads to 25 US states
Taiwan has detected the first case of Omicron variant Saturday after having detected it in three people who arrived in the country from abroad.
New Zealand man gets 10 shots a day
A man in New Zealand would have taken ten vaccine gunshots in one day as the country’s health ministry opened an investigation into the incident.
Trump slams ‘disloyal’ Netanyahu for praising Biden after 2020 election
Former US President Donal Trump launched a tirade against his “close ally and friend” Benjamin Netanyahu, the former Israeli prime minister, accusing him of “disloyalty” after praising Joe Biden for winning the 2020 presidential election.
Predicting New World Economic Order, Ray Dalio Says China Wins Economic Race Against US
âTheir growth rate at a slow level is about double the growth rate of the western world at a fast level,â he said.
Apple briefly stopped selling its products in Turkey, but why?
Although Turkish consumers were able to browse Apple’s online store, they were unable to add products to their cart and were greeted with this message: “Not currently available.”
Italian bishop’s remark “Santa Claus is not real” angers parents, church apologizes
A Roman Catholic diocese in Italian Sicily had to publicly apologize after its bishop told a religious group, including children, that Santa Claus did not exist and that the red costume was created by Coca-Cola for advertising.
What is the strategic importance of Indian military bases abroad?
To counter China, India is increasing its presence from the Pacific Ocean to the Arctic Ocean.
Drone captures first glimpse of Tesla Cybertruck; Elon Musk reveals his biggest concern about it
The new design of Tesla’s new Cybertruck was captured by a drone. The electric carmaker’s highly anticipated Cybertruck would come with a high-end, four-motor variant.