Month: June 2022

  • ReportsHow many nuclear warheads North Korea has?

    How many nuclear warheads North Korea has?

    How many nuclear warheads North Korea has? North Korea currently has no more than 20 nuclear warheads, according to the South China Morning Post website, citing the Stockholm Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). According to SIPRI, 20 units is “the number of nuclear warheads already in North Korea”. According to the institute, figures published in previous years indicate the number of…

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  • ArtsBuzz Lightyear banned due to homosexuality

    Buzz Lightyear banned due to homosexuality

    Buzz Lightyear banned due to homosexuality… Pixar’s Buzz Lightyear has been banned in countries in the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the ban on the show is related to a same-sex kiss involving Hawthorne’s character and her lover. It is noteworthy that the scene was originally cut, but after the…

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  • EconomyEuropean companies forced to close due to high energy prices

    European companies forced to close due to high energy prices

    Some European companies are forced to close due to the lack of energy from the Russian Federation in their markets. The Wall Street Journal reported that companies cannot compete with US and Middle Eastern factories in the global market. This is due to the fact that the cost of energy carriers in these regions is much lower than in Europe.…

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  • MilitarySpain sends batteries of air defense missiles to Latvia

    Spain sends batteries of air defense missiles to Latvia

    Spain sends batteries of air defense missiles to Latvia… The Spanish authorities sent an anti-aircraft missile battery to Latvia. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, in a meeting with his Latvian counterpart Krisjanis Karenz, declared his commitment to ensuring security on the eastern side of NATO. He stated that Spain reinforced a battalion of more than 500 Spanish soldiers with another…

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  • HealthMonkeypox cases rise sharply in the UK

    Monkeypox cases rise sharply in the UK

    More than 100 new cases of monkeypox have been identified in the UK in the past three days, according to the National Health Agency (UKHSA). The total number of injuries in the country reached 470. Previously, 366 injuries were reported. It is noteworthy that 452 cases have been confirmed in England, 12 in Scotland and four in Wales. Monkeypox is…

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  • MilitaryThe Russian fleet conducts maneuvers in the Barents Sea

    The Russian fleet conducts maneuvers in the Barents Sea

    The Northern Fleet of the Russian Federation completed exercises in the Barents Sea, and ships and a nuclear submarine took part in the exercises. as a conditional enemy. According to the press service of the fleet. The press service said that “the two large anti-submarine ships Severomorsk and Admiral Levchenko, as part of the ship’s search and attack group, worked…

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  • TechnologyDigital twins for people about to emerge

    Digital twins for people about to appear

    Technology analyst Rob Enderle said that very soon the first versions of digital twins for people from all over the world will appear in the world. “Their appearance itself is linked to a tremendous amount of thinking and ethical considerations, because a thoughtful version of ourselves can be incredibly useful to employers,” Enderle said in an interview with the BBC.…

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  • WorldMacron: France has entered the stage of the war economy

    Macron: France has entered the stage of the war economy

    Macron: France has entered the stage of the war economy… French President Emmanuel Macron has commissioned Armed Forces Minister Sebastien Licorne to review the weapons modernization program for the period from 2019 to 2025 against the background of the conflict in Ukraine. “I have instructed the heads of the Ministry of the Armed Forces and the General Staff to review…

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  • WorldBulgarian Energy and Foreign Minister Resigns

    Bulgarian Energy and Foreign Minister Resigns

    Bulgarian Energy and Foreign Ministers Alexander Nikolov and Teodora Genshovskaya submitted their resignations in connection with the decision of the party “There is such a people” to refuse to participate in the work of the coalition government, citing the press services of the ministries. Earlier, the country’s Minister of Youth and Sports Affairs Radostin Vasiliev and Deputy Prime Minister and…

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  • MilitaryGermany unveils new tank to replace Leopard 2

    Germany unveils new tank to replace Leopard 2

    The German company Rheinmetall at the Eurosatory-2022 exhibition in Le Bourget officially presented the new KF51 Panther tank. “At the Eurosatory 22 arms fair in Paris, Rheinmetall CEO Armin Papperger presented the KF51 Panther, which is the legitimate successor to the Leopard 2 tank. Experts have long considered the world’s most powerful main battle tank, but the Leopard 2 is…

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