Netherlands claims Russian spy caught seeking internship at war crimes tribunal

Russian agent accused of impersonating trainee to infiltrate court ICC investigates war crimes allegations in Ukraine Brazilian fake ID included likes for trance music, bean stew AMSTERDAM, June 16 (Reuters) – Dutch intelligence said on Thursday it discovered a Russian military agent attempting to use a false identity to infiltrate the International Criminal Court (ICC) … Read more

Taiwan presents its latest home-made armored vehicle

JIJI, Taiwan, June 16 (Reuters) – Taiwan’s military on Thursday displayed its latest locally produced armored vehicle, the CM-34 Clouded Leopard, at a remote manufacturing site in the island’s central mountains. Taiwan has been keen to demonstrate its determination to defend itself if ever China, which claims the democratically-ruled island as its own territory, were … Read more

Human remains found in search of British journalist and Brazilian guide, minister says

SAO PAULO, June 15 (Reuters) – Human remains have been unearthed where authorities were looking for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, Brazilian Justice Minister Anderson Torres said on Wednesday. “I have just been informed by the Federal Police that ‘human remains have been found at the site where excavations were in … Read more

Disney/Pixar EXCLUSIVE ‘Lightyear’ Starring Same-Sex Couple Won’t Play In 14 Countries; China in question

LOS ANGELES, June 13 (Reuters) – Walt Disney Co (DIS.N) has been unable to secure permission to show its new Pixar film “Lightyear” in 14 countries across the Middle East and Asia , a source said on Monday, and the anime film seemed unlikely to open in China, the world’s biggest film market. A “Lightyear” … Read more

Ukraine’s Zelenskiy says it will fight for all territory amid fierce battle in east

Fierce street fighting for a key industrial city in the East Outnumbered Ukrainian troops will not surrender -Zelenskiy Eastern Front under constant bombardment Ports under Russian control should resume grain exports – Moscow KYIV/DRUZHKIVKA, Ukraine, June 7 (Reuters) – Ukraine will fight to reclaim all of its territory occupied by Russian forces, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy … Read more

Don’t close the embassy, ​​says US ambassador to Russia

LONDON, June 6 (Reuters) – Russia should not close the United States embassy despite the crisis sparked by the war in Ukraine because the world’s two biggest nuclear powers must continue to talk to each other, the ambassador said on Monday. American in Moscow. President Vladimir Putin has touted the invasion of Ukraine as a … Read more

The United States excludes Cuba and Venezuela from the summit of the Americas; The Mexican leader sits down

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY, June 6 (Reuters) – The White House on Monday excluded Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua from the Summit of the Americas hosted by the United States this week, prompting the Mexican president to follow through on his threat to skip the event because not all countries in the Western Hemisphere were invited. A boycott … Read more

Colombia discovers two historic shipwrecks in the Caribbean

BOGOTA, June 6 (Reuters) – Colombian navy officials monitoring the long-sunken galleon San Jose underwater have discovered two other historic wrecks nearby, President Ivan Duque said on Monday. The San José galleon, believed by historians to be carrying billions of dollars worth of treasure, sank in 1708 near the Colombian Caribbean port of Cartagena. His … Read more

Don’t call us pro-China, says Taiwanese opposition leader in US

Eric Chu speaks to members of the media after winning the presidency of Taiwan’s main opposition Kuomintang (KMT) party in Taipei, Taiwan September 25, 2021. REUTERS/Ann Wang Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TAIPEI, June 7 (Reuters) – It is wrong to call Taiwan’s main opposition party, the Kuomintang (KMT), pro-China, as … Read more

Migrant caravan in Mexico heads for US border as Summit of the Americas begins

TAPACHULA, June 6 (Reuters) – Several thousand migrants, many from Venezuela, set out from southern Mexico early on Monday in a bid to reach the United States, timing their journey to coincide with the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles this week. Migration campaigners said the group could be one of the biggest migrant … Read more