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Islamic State confirms leader’s death, appoints new leader

The Islamic State on Thursday confirmed the death of its leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi, and announced the appointment of Abu al-Hasan al-Hashimi al-Quraishi as its new chief. Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has been killed in an airstrike by US special forces in northern Syria in February, killing at least three people. The US administration has said.

Two young American women rescued from Yemeni Huthi during US-Saudi operation

Saudi Arabia and the United States launched a joint operation in January in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, to rescue two young American hostages held by the Iranian-backed Houthi movement, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. The 19- and 20-year-old Yemeni women were taken from the Yemeni capital to the southern city of Eden and then to the Saudi capital, Riyadh; They were then taken to the Saudi capital, Riyadh; They were then taken to the Saudi capital, Riyadh; They were then taken to the Saudi capital, Riyadh; They were then taken to the Saudi capital, Riyadh; They were then taken to the Saudi capital, Riyadh; The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said they were taken to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.

Putin says Russia will be stronger and sanctions will be lifted in the West

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said sanctions against Russia, including high food and energy prices, would return to the West and that Moscow would solve its problems and become stronger. Putin has said that Russia has no choice but to call a special military operation in Ukraine and that Russia will not accept short-term economic violations of its sovereignty.

Special Facebook temporarily allows posts calling for an attack on the invading Russians or the death of Putin during the Ukraine war.

Meta Platform allows Facebook and Instagram users in some countries to call on Russian and Russian troops to attack Ukraine in the context of an invasion of Ukraine, according to an internal email released by Reuters on Thursday. Content emails show that the social media company is temporarily authorizing the death of Russian President Vladimir Putin or Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.

North Korean Kim orders expansion of ICBM launch site -state media report

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has called on the United States to expand its range of launching intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) into the “Ultimate Model Base”, state media KNA reported Friday. Kim made the remarks during a visit to Soha Satellite Loungeg Gray, which is used to place the satellite in space, but has made various experiments with missile technology. South Korean and US officials include rocket-propelled grenades and spacecraft that require the same technology used in ICBMs.

Surrounded Ukrainians resist the bomb without any success in talks

Hundreds of thousands of innocent people are being held in Ukrainian cities on Thursday, with talks between Ukraine’s foreign minister and Russia’s foreign minister being under intense scrutiny. As Russian President Vladimir Putin enters the third week of the Ukraine War, maritime officials say Russian warplanes bombed the southern port city of Mothers Hospital on Wednesday.

Pilot: How the US imposes sanctions on Russia

The United States has imposed a series of sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine two weeks ago, targeting Central Bank, creditors, oligarchs and academics, as well as President Vladimir Putin. Here are some ways in which the United States could increase sanctions against Russia.

The United States and Iran have been at loggerheads over a nuclear deal since Russia’s ouster

Iran and the United States were at loggerheads on Thursday over the renewal of the 2015 nuclear deal, after Washington said there were serious issues. The differences are that Western powers are already fighting Russia’s last-minute demands, otherwise they will jeopardize much of the talks.

The European Union (EU) has rejected a request from Ukraine to join Ukraine

European Union (EU) leaders met on Thursday to discuss the Ukraine war, to discuss how far the sanctions could go, how fast Russia’s energy products could be reduced and whether Kyiv should join the bloc more quickly. Russia has been waging war on its small neighbor since February 24, when it launched an offensive on land, sea and air to oust the pro-Ukrainian Western government in a bid to end its efforts to join the European Union and NATO.

Analysis: For two weeks during the Ukrainian war, weak consensus flashes emerged

Talks between the Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers on Thursday did not lead to any progress on the ceasefire, but analysts say the meeting opened a window for Russia to end its war on Ukraine. Ukraine’s Dmitro Kuleba is firing in the southern Ukrainian city of Marriopol, with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov saying he has no authority to negotiate a 24-hour ceasefire or humanitarian corridor.

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