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Europe Energy Crisis, a failure of European Leaders

  As Europe is sinking into the worst Energy Crisis of recent years the western

EU Blackmailing: Polish Prime Minister’s whistleblowing accusations Echoes

  Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, accusations to the EU is actually the long way

Why the US Wants an Unstable and Volatile Afghanistan?

The hasty withdrawal failed to push Afghanistan into the next US-planned proxy battlefield for the

A new migrants crisis is brewing on the Poland border

  When the US left Afghanistan with many unanswered questions and a dramatic withdrawal made

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Australian foreign minister to visit Middle East

Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong has announced that she will visit the Middle East. In a statement released on Monday,

Heavy Rains in Australia’s East Bring More Pain to Storm-Hit Residents

In the wake of recent devastating storms that wreaked havoc across Australia's east coast, residents are now grappling with yet

Australia Rejects US Request to Join Red Sea Naval Operation

In a surprising turn of events, Australia has declined a request from the United States to participate in a Red

Indigenous Communities Forge Path to Progress Through Self-Determination

In a remarkable display of resilience and determination, Aboriginal residents of Shepparton are forging their own path towards progress, irrespective

Australia begins crackdown on vaping, to ban the import of single-use devices

The Australian government has announced a new measure to curb the use of e-cigarettes and vaping products, especially among young

Police arrest more than 100 climate protesters at Australian coal port

Police have arrested 109 climate activists who disrupted operations at the Port of Newcastle, the world’s largest coal export port,

New law proposal threatens online freedom and democracy in Australia

The Australian government is facing a backlash from civil society groups, digital platforms, and human rights advocates over a proposed

Whale collision kills one man, injures another off Sydney coast

A fishing trip turned fatal for two men when their boat was hit and flipped by a whale in the