The Anti-Islam Party for Freedom (PVV) of Geert Wilders, who strongly supports Israel, has won the Dutch elections in a major shakeup of the Netherlands’ political scene, exit polls show.
Dutch voters cast ballots Wednesday in an unpredictable election overshadowed by two violent attacks on a nationalist leader who had been critical about migration, climate change, the war in Ukraine, and perceived LGBTQ+ propaganda among children.
In reaction to increasing attacks on U.S. bases, U.S. fighter aircraft targeted two operations centers affiliated with Iraq’s Kataib Hezbollah militia group. The Iranian-backed militia reported the death of five of its members in Jurf al-Sakhar, located south of Baghdad.
China’s Xi Jinping, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, and other BRICS leaders expressed condemnation for “acts of violence” affecting both Palestinian and Israeli civilians amid the ongoing conflict in Israel and Gaza. This stance was conveyed through a joint statement released on Tuesday.
U.S. forces targeted Iranian-supported militias responsible for firing a short-range ballistic missile at the al-Asad air base in Iraq on Monday. The attack led to eight injuries among U.S. troops.
U.S. officials expressed concerns on Tuesday that Iran is gearing up to supply Russia with sophisticated short-range ballistic missiles for its military operations in Ukraine, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported.
South Africa’s Parliament voted to close down Israel’s embassy in Pretoria after President Cyril Ramaphosa accused the Jewish nation of committing “genocide” in Gaza.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has launched a virtual handbook on Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) to serve as a reference guide for Central Banks, aiming to facilitate the implementation of CBDCs and the transition towards a cashless society. However, concerns have been raised about potential heightened government interference in individuals’ personal finances.
As the parliament resumed this week in Australia, a coalition of pro-secular Australian organizations initiated a petition on the Australian Parliament House website calling for the removal of Christian prayer from its longstanding tradition.
During an unannounced trip to Kyiv on Monday, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin announced a new military aid package amounting up to $100 million for Ukraine’s war against Russia.
Amid growing concern that the ongoing Israel-Hamas war could spread across the Middle East, the United States on Friday sanctioned Iran-aligned terror groups for carrying out continued attacks on US bases in Syria and Iraq, Reuters reports.
Hundreds of persecuted Rohingya refugees originally from Myanmar, including women and children, have been allowed to disembark in western Indonesia’s Aceh province after weeks at sea, Worthy News learned Monday.
Political outsider and populist Javier Milei, resoundingly won Argentina’s presidential election Sunday after he promised to tackle soaring inflation and rising poverty in the South American nation.
More video evidence emerged this weekend of Russia readying for peace talks with Ukraine as hundreds of thousands were killed and injured since Moscow invaded the country in February last year.
The Israel-Hamas war spread to the seas Sunday with Yemen’s Houthi rebels seizing an Israeli-linked cargo ship in a crucial Red Sea shipping route, taking two dozen crew members hostage.
Up to one million people gathered in central Madrid against Spain’s socialist prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, after he was sworn in Friday amid anger over his perceived pro-Palestinian views and his deal with separatists to stay in power.
The chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has told the world to prepare for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) to replace cash, despite concerns that this will increase government control over people’s personal (financial) lives.
Azerbaijani security forces arrested a man armed with a gun who planned to attack the Israeli Embassy in the capital Baku, early Friday, officials say.
U.S. President Joe Biden still believes Chinese President Xi Jinping is “a dictator,” prompting a rebuke from Beijing after the two leaders initially reported progress during their meeting in the United States.
Britain’s The Guardian newspaper has removed Osama bin Laden’s 21-year-old ‘Letter to America’ from their website late Wednesday, following its viral spread on social media outlet TikTok.