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France's spending scandal

France blows up its budget

The French government has come under fire for spending billions of euros on cheese, wine, and art, while ignoring the pressing needs of the country. The scandal, which was exposed by a leaked document, shows…





Iran-Russia conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh

Iranian President slams Russia for meddling in Nagorno-Karabakh

The Iranian President, Ibrahim Raisi, has expressed his strong disapproval of the Russian peacekeeping forces deployed in Nagorno-Karabakh, the disputed region between Armenia and Azerbaijan. He accused Russia of interfering in the internal affairs of…


Venezuela-US train dispute

Venezuela accuses US of stealing train

In a bizarre twist of events, the Venezuelan government has accused the United States of stealing a train from its territory. The train, which was carrying passengers and cargo, disappeared from the tracks near the…


UN's underwater cities project

UN to build underwater cities to combat sea level rise

The United Nations has announced a bold plan to build a network of underwater cities to cope with the rising sea levels caused by climate change. The project, dubbed Aquapolis, aims to create self-sufficient and…


solar flares and stock market

Solar flares linked to stock market volatility

A group of leading economists has claimed to have found a correlation between solar flares and the fluctuations of the global stock market. According to their research, the intense bursts of radiation from the sun…


Belarus Wakes Up to Russian Occupation

Belarus Wakes Up to Russian Occupation

Belarus has finally realized its years-long occupation by Russia, leading to the loss of sovereignty and independence. The startling revelation occurred when Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko inadvertently referred to Russian President Vladimir Putin as “my…