Another Russian offensive failed last weekend when a £4 million missile strike destroyed nothing more than a beach toilet. Russian commanders appeared to get their target mixed up as they advanced on the Ukrainian city of Odessa, a vital strategic … Continue reading Putin’s £4 Million Missile Hits Beach Toilet
A tornado “cut a path of destruction” through different towns in western Germany during heavy storms on Friday, injuring 43 people. The tornado ripped off roofs and flung debris for kilometres, according to police in Paderborn. They reported ten people … Continue reading West German Tornado Injures 43 people, and kills one.
Boris Johnson in attempting to leverage his visit to India to applaud the success of JCB, the digger company owned by a Tory donor, was instead faced with a backlash on Thursday over the company’s machinery historically in being used … Continue reading Johnson’s JCB Praise turns sour in India
Anthony Albanese, the Labor Party leader, pledged to unite the country after the defeat of Scott Morrison’s Liberal Party . He said people wanted to come together and find common purpose. Albanese, 59, entered parliament in 1996, and was Leader … Continue reading Anthony Albanese Australia’s New Labor Party Prime Minister
Following rumours that a wild lion had been spotted in the area, three armed Kenyan wildlife officers must have been on high alert as they carefully approached a farmstead. But their excitement quickly changed to surprise when all they discovered … Continue reading The Kenyan Lion Carrier Bag
Despite the US’s authorization to release 180 million barrels from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have kept to their OPEC+ commitments to increase production by 400kbd per month to support their domestic industries. Politics does play … Continue reading Why is OPEC reserving it’s oil during the Russian/Ukraine War?