International Yoga Day 2022: It’s time to feel human again

For thousands of years, people have turned to yoga to feel fitter, de-stress and generally rejuvenate their physical and mental health. health. International Yoga Day – which falls on Tuesday, June 21 – may be the day you start a new healthy habit. The Today is set by the United Nations, this year’s theme is … Read more

Ukraine braces for Russian storm in east ahead of EU meeting

Luhansk governor says the situation is ‘extremely difficult’ The Kremlin says the captured Americans are mercenaries EU to decide on Ukraine’s membership bid this week Russia threatens to retaliate against Lithuania Kyiv (Reuters) – Ukraine on Tuesday acknowledged the difficulties of fighting in its east as Russian forces regrouped after mounting pressure and making progress … Read more

France at risk of deadlock after Macron handed over a hung parliament

Macron’s camp fails to win an absolute majority in Parliament We will now seek alliances with other parties The risk of political paralysis in the absence of deals PARIS (Reuters) – President Emmanuel Macron faced calls for his prime minister to resign on Monday, questioning his ability to rule decisively after his camp lost a … Read more

Russia is ready to launch a “massive” missile attack

Russia appears to be preparing to implement the expectations of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. His adviser, Oleksiy Aristovich, said via social media on Monday that Ukraine is threatened by a new Russian attack in large proportions, declaring: “All six Russian cruise missile carriers are lined up in the Black Sea and most likely preparing for … Read more

Witnesses: 320 people were killed in an armed attack in Ethiopia

The death toll of suspected militants in an attack by militants in Ethiopia’s western Oromia region rose, with new witness testimonies indicating that between 260 and 320 civilians were killed on Saturday. Reports of the massacre emerged on Sunday, with survivors describing one of the deadliest incidents in several years in Ethiopia. The country’s prime … Read more

China’s oil imports from Russia may rise to a record high, overtaking Saudi Arabia’s largest oil supplier

Oil and gas tanks at an oil depot in the port of Zhuhai, China, October 22, 2018. (Reuters) / Ali Song Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Russia overtakes Saudi Arabia as the largest supplier after a gap of 19 months Russia imports nearly two million barrels per day in May … Read more

Ukraine-Russia war: Boris Johnson and NATO member Jens Stoltenberg say Western support for Kiev must not stop

CNN – The West must prepare for A long war in Ukraine As Russia makes increasing gains in a fierce battle for control of the east of the country, both NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said. In separate comments published on Sunday, Stoltenberg and Johnson also emphasized that Western … Read more

French elections: Macron loses absolute majority in parliament in ‘democratic shock’

289 seats are required for an absolute majority Macron’s camp is too short Preliminary results indicate the suspension of Parliament The Left Alliance is a major opposition group The far right scores big victories PARIS (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron lost control of the National Assembly in Sunday’s legislative elections, a major setback that … Read more

Colombian presidential election live: Petro and Hernandez face off in tight race

Voters cast their ballots in the Colombian presidential election, in Bogota, on Sunday.attributed to him…Federico Rios for The New York Times One filter is Gustavo Petroa former rebel and longtime senator trying to become Colombia’s first left-wing president, has called for a change in the economic system. the other Rodolfo Hernandeza construction magnate who has … Read more

The latest news of the Ukrainian-Russian war: live updates

Andy Tay Ngoc Huynh and Alex Drwick, two American warriors who traveled to Ukraine to fight the Russian invasion.attributed to him…via Darla Black, Louis Drwick On Saturday, the State Department said it had seen photos and videos that appeared to show two Americans captured in Ukraine, though it declined to comment on the authenticity of … Read more