Turkey warns citizens of the risk of attack in the United States, Europe hot on the heels of Western warnings

Turkey warns citizens of the risk of attack in the United States, Europe hot on the heels of Western warnings

ANKARA, Jan. 28 (Reuters) – Turkey on Saturday warned its citizens of “potential Islamophobic, xenophobic and racist attacks” in the United States and Europe after its Western allies warned their citizens in Turkey about possible terror attacks. In two separate travel advisories, the Turkish Foreign Ministry advised its citizens in the United States and European … Read more

Iran thwarts drone attack on military site

Iran thwarts drone attack on military site

DUBAI, Jan. 29 (Reuters) – A loud explosion at a military factory in Iran’s central city of Isfahan was caused by a “failed” drone strike, Iranian state media reported on Sunday, citing the defense ministry. “One of (the drones) was hit by the…air defenses and the other two were caught in defensive traps and exploded. … Read more

Ukraine is in talks with allies about obtaining long-range missiles, Zelenskiy aide says

Ukraine is in talks with allies about obtaining long-range missiles, Zelenskiy aide says

Jan 28 (Reuters) – Accelerated talks are underway between Kiev and its allies over Ukraine’s requests for long-range missiles needed to prevent Russia from destroying Ukrainian cities, a top aide to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Saturday. Ukraine has won promises of Western main battle tanks and is looking for fighter jets to push back … Read more

Israel vows to respond quickly to synagogue shooting

Israel vows to respond quickly to synagogue shooting

Shootings after incursion into Israeli West Bank, attacks in Gaza Israel Reinforces Armed Forces in the West Bank Abbas blames Israel for escalation JERUSALEM, Jan. 28 (Reuters) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday promised a “vigorous, swift and precise” response to a deadly Palestinian shooting near a synagogue on the outskirts of Jerusalem … Read more

India expects more clashes with Chinese troops in the Himalayas

India expects more clashes with Chinese troops in the Himalayas

NEW DELHI, Jan. 28 (Reuters) – A security assessment by Indian police in the Himalayan region of Ladakh says there could be more clashes between Indian and Chinese troops along their disputed border there as Beijing ramps up military infrastructure in the region. At least 24 soldiers were killed when the armies of the Asian … Read more

Exclusive: India’s Adani says $2.5 billion share sale on track even as bankers ponder changes

Exclusive: India’s Adani says .5 billion share sale on track even as bankers ponder changes

MUMBAI, Jan. 28 (Reuters) – A $2.5 billion share sale by India’s Adani Enterprises (ADEL.NS) remains on track at its planned issue price, the company told Reuters on Saturday, while sources said bankers were considering changes as a result of a market failure in the group’s shares. Bankers on the deal were considering extending the … Read more

Pro-Western retired general Pavel wins Czech presidential election

Pro-Western retired general Pavel wins Czech presidential election

Pavel wins in an overwhelming vote over ex-prime minister Babis Pavel clearly supports Ukraine, West Promises to end the divisions of Babis, the incumbent Zeman Turnout in the presidential election was record high PRAGUE, January 28 (Reuters) – Former army chief and senior NATO official Petr Pavel won presidential elections in the Czech Republic on … Read more

Exclusive: Top US Treasury official warns UAE and Turkey about sanctions evasion

Exclusive: Top US Treasury official warns UAE and Turkey about sanctions evasion

WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (Reuters) – The US Treasury’s top sanctions official will travel to Turkey and the Middle East next week to warn countries and companies that they could lose access to the US market if they do business with entities which are subject to US restrictions such as Washington. cracks down on Russian attempts … Read more

Ukraine calls on Hungarian envoy for ‘unacceptable’ comments by Orbán

Ukraine calls on Hungarian envoy for ‘unacceptable’ comments by Orbán

Jan 27 (Reuters) – Ukraine’s foreign ministry will summon Hungary’s ambassador to complain about “completely unacceptable” comments Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban made about Ukraine, Kiev said on Friday. The announcement marks a new low in ties between the two neighbours. Hungary has repeatedly criticized the European Union’s sanctions against Russia, saying they have failed … Read more

War in Ukraine: Fighting in the East and North escalates after tank pledges

War in Ukraine: Fighting in the East and North escalates after tank pledges

Ukraine says it needs more weapons, calls for sanctions Western allies this week agreed to supply tanks Russia says US president holds key to ending fighting NEAR VUHLEDAR, Ukraine, Jan. 27 (Reuters) – Ukraine on Friday battled Russian forces attempting to breach its lines in the east and northeast, and artillery bombardments increased after Western … Read more