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Saudi to invest in Israel through Jared Kushner’s fund: WSJ

Washington (The Times Groupe)- Jared Kushner's new fund will invest Saudi money in Israel.

How a Violent Arrest Has School Police Under Scrutiny | NYT News

A Tennessee high school student was violently arrested after refusing to play kickball in...

How ‘Nanny’ Unleashes a Downpour in a Bedroom | Anatomy of a Scene

In the horror film “Nanny” (streaming on Amazon Prime Video), it’s not just the...

Why Saving Kids Is Bad Business in America | NYT Opinion

It’s happening again. Hospital I.C.U.s are swamped with patients suffering from severe respiratory illnesses....

Guerrilla Garden: A food forest in Cape Town l Africa Direct Documentary

Qaba Mbola and the Ujamaa Guerrilla Gardening Collective have turned a windswept disused public...

Saudi to invest in Israel through Jared Kushner’s fund: WSJ

Washington (The Times Groupe)- Jared Kushner's new fund will invest Saudi money in Israel.

Taiwan says it cannot afford new U.S. anti-submarine helicopters

Taipei (The Times Groupe)- Taiwan announced on Thursday that it had abandoned plans to buy advanced new anti-submarine warfare helicopters from the United States because they were too expensive.

EU changes electoral law of European Parliament

Brussels (The Times Groupe)- The European Parliament has adopted legislation Tuesday that would reform the law on parliamentary elections within the European Union.

Russia supplies arms to Armenia via Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran

Baku (Times Of Ocean)- Azerbaijan's president Ilham Aliyev claimed on Friday that Russian weapons were transported to Armenia via Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Iran during the second Nagorno-Karabakh war in 2020.

Thousands died or went missing at sea in hope of reaching Europe

Europe (Times Of Ocean)- The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) says more than 3,000 people died or went missing while crossing into Europe in 2021.

Arms sales to Turkey should be expedited: Blinken

Ankara (Times Of Ocean)- US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday that foreign military sales to key US partners like Turkey and India should be expedited and bureaucratic hurdles removed.

Parliament will soon decide on NATO membership

Helsinki (Times Of Ocean)- Finland's parliament will soon decide whether to join NATO or not, the nation's prime minister said.

Iran Deploys Military To Border With Afghanistan

Zahedan (Times Of Ocean)- Iran has dispatched its troops to the Afghanistan border area after tensions with Taliban border guards.

Spain seizes 12 bank accounts, 3 yachts, 23 properties belonging to Russians

Oviedo (Times Of Ocean)- Spanish authorities have frozen 12 bank accounts and funds belonging to Russian oligarchs, seized three yachts, and seized 23 properties since the Ukraine War began, the chief of staff of the prime minister said Monday.

Police open fire on car in Paris, killing two people

Paris (Times Of Ocean)- Police in Paris opened fire on a vehicle early Monday, killing two of its occupants.

Iran originally planned to develop nuclear bomb: Senior Iranian official

Tehran (Times Of Ocean)- Iranian authorities initially sought to develop a nuclear bomb to strengthen its deterrent forces but failed to keep the program secret, according to the former deputy speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly.

Guantanamo Bay detainee sues Canada for $35 million over 14-year imprisonment

Ottawa (Times Of Ocean)- Former Guantanamo Bay detainee has sued Canada for his imprisonment. The Canadian government is being sued for $35 million for its alleged role in his 14-year imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay, during which he was tortured.

Provocative behavior of Muslim immigrants at home led Germans to emigrate

Asunción (Times Of Ocean)- Thousands of German citizens have fled home through Paraguay in the last 12 months because they are uncomfortable with Muslim immigrants at home.

Iran’s IRGC Gen. survives attack, bodyguard killed

Tehran (Times Of Ocean)- Iranian state media reports a general of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) was unhurt during an ambush on his vehicle in southeastern Iran on April 23.

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