News Updates

The media reported the refusal of the Greek railway workers to transport American tanks 

On April 2, TrainOSE employees refused to transport NATO and US armored vehicles from the port of Alexandroupolis in Greece to the border with Ukraine. Workers are under pressure from their superiors, RIA Novosti reports on Saturday, April 2, citing the information portal of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE). As of March 30, three full trains have already been sent to the western part of

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The Ministry of Defense announced the defeat of 67 military facilities of Ukraine overnight 

During the night, the Russian military hit 67 military facilities in Ukraine. On Saturday, April 2, said the official representative of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Major General Igor Konashenkov. During the night, operational-tactical aviation of the Russian Aerospace Forces and missile forces hit 67 military facilities of Ukraine. Among them: two command posts, two depots of rocket and

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President Putin called the cohesion of the Russian Federation and Belarus a condition for strengthening positions on the world stage 

The agreements that Russia and Belarus have come to today are capable of creating conditions for strengthening the positions of the two states on the world stage. With these words, on Saturday, April 2, Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko on the Day of Unity of the Peoples of the Russian Federation and Belarus. “Recently, our countries have managed

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Morrison said the decision to foster relations with a country that has refused to denounce Russia’s military campaign against Ukraine does not undermine Canberra’s support for Kiev. 

The Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement was signed by Australia’s trade minister, Dan Tehan, and India’s minister of commerce and industry, Piyush Goyal, on Saturday afternoon in a virtual ceremony witnessed by the prime ministers of both countries, Morrison and Narendra Modi. The accord, among other things, cuts tariffs on a range of Australian exports to India, including coal,

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Fatal fall in states south

Update: Further to our live report earlier as the matter was first reported we can now confirm that 19 year old man died shortly after being winched from the scene. TVN Breaking News: Ambulance Tasmania and Tasmania Police including the Tasmania Police Westpac rescue helicopter are attending an incident at Cape Deslacs where we a person has fallen from a

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Qantaslink – Landing gear not retracted after take-off demonstrates how diverted attention or focus may result in errors of omission 

A flight crew’s omission of key calls on take-off and incorrectly completing the after-take-off checklist contributed to a Q400 turboprop airliner’s landing gear not being retracted after take-off, a new Australian Transport Safety Bureau investigation report details. The QantasLink Bombardier DHC-8-402 (Q400) aircraft had departed Sydney Airport on 12 July 2021 to operate a scheduled passenger service to Albury with

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NT triple murderer’s sentencing to proceed 

A gunman convicted of murdering three people in Darwin and killing another during a drug-fuelled rampage will be sentenced despite his legal team’s concerns about his mental ability to comprehend what is happening. Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann pleaded guilty mid-trial in November to murdering Hassan Baydoun, 33, Michael Sisois, 57, and Rob Courtney, 52 and the manslaughter of 75-year-old Nigel Hellings

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Ghislaine Maxwell denied new trial over juror’s past abuse 

Ghislaine Maxwell has been denied a new trial on sex-trafficking charges over a juror’s failure to disclose that he was a victim of childhood sex abuse during the jury selection process. US District Judge Alison Nathan has ruled against Maxwell’s request to overturn her conviction on charges that she enticed, groomed and sexually abused underage girls with her former boyfriend

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Two arrested following investigation into scammers impersonating AFP officers 

Two Sydney men are scheduled to appear in Parramatta Local Court via video link today (2 April 2022) following an AFP-led Taskforce Vanguard investigation into alleged scammers impersonating AFP officers and Services Australia officials to steal money from Australian victims.  AFP-led Taskforce Vanguard began investigating a fraud syndicate allegedly impersonating public officials when a victim contacted the AFP in October

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The lawyer appreciated the decision to settle accounts with aircraft lessors in rubles. Lawyer Kapshtyk called Russia’s decision to settle accounts with foreign lessors in rubles a countermeasure

The decree allowing Russian airlines to pay for the lease of aircraft to unfriendly countries in rubles is a countermeasure that is directly proportional to the decisions of lessors from the respective states. This was stated to Izvestia by a lawyer, mediator Yuri Kapshtyk on Friday, April 1. Earlier on the same day, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree according to which

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