Russia sends COVID-19 aid to Cuba: defense ministry

Russia has sent a shipment of coronavirus-related humanitarian assistance to Cuba, including 1 million medical masks, the defense ministry said on Saturday, adding President Vladimir Putin had given instructions for the aid. Cuba, which kept coronavirus infections low last year, earlier this

Afghanistan ministry sets curfew in bid to curb Taliban attacks

Afghan officials this week announced a curfew in most provinces while the government attempts to push back against Taliban attacks as the U.S. military withdrawal nears completion. The Afghanistan Ministry of Interior Affairs instituted a nightly curfew that starts at 10 p.m.

Iranian destroyer spotted by Danish navy in Baltic Sea

The Danish military said Thursday it spotted an Iranian destroyer and a large support vessel sailing through the Baltic Sea, likely heading to Russia for a military parade in the coming days. The Danish Defense Ministry posted photographs online from the Royal

Man with COVID disguises himself as wife to board flight

This COVID-infected flyer is a total drag! An Indonesian man with the coronavirus disguised himself as his virus-free wife to board a commercial flight in the country, according to officials who arrested him. The traveler, identified only as “DW,” allegedly wore a

Norway mourns 77 dead a decade after extremist attack

Commemorations have begun Thursday to mark 10 years since Norway’s worst-ever peacetime slaughter. On July 22, 2011, right-wing extremist Anders Breivik set off a bomb in the capital, Oslo, killing eight people, before heading to tiny Utoya island where he stalked and

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