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Turkey confirms that US will send warships to support Ukraine
The United States will send two warships to the Black Sea to support Ukraine in the face of the growing Russian military presence in the east of that country, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed today. We were notified through diplomatic channels two weeks ago, according to the Montreux
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Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, died. He was 99 years old
Duke of Edinburgh had been admitted to a private hospital for several weeks. Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, aged 99, died this Friday at Buckingham Palace. The prince, who was turning 100 on June 10, had recently left the hospital, where he
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Where does human consciousness come from? From the electromagnetic field of the brain, not from neurons, argues scientist
Researcher Johnjoe McFadden has developed, in the last 20 years, a theory that, according to him, explains how consciousness emerges in human beings. Instead of just studying the hundred billion neurons in the brain (which is matter) and the way they interconnect, through electrical signals, we should pay more attention
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Ukraine’s accession to NATO would send “real signal” to Russia
The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, said today that “the only way” to end the war in Eastern Ukraine is through the country’s accession to NATO, arguing that it would send a “real signal to Russia”. “NATO is the only way to end the war in Donbass”, reads a message
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Germany creates “Defense of the Fatherland”, a voluntary military service for young people
The German Army will have a new military service, in a reduced and voluntary format called “Defense of the Fatherland” and with the objective of reinforcing the Armed Forces in the face of specific crises, natural and environmental catastrophes. The service provides for a seven-month military training period after which
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Russian military power in the Arctic
In recent years, the climate emergency has removed many of Russia’s natural obstacles to the North at an unexpected rate, experts acknowledge. “The melting of the ice is happening faster than scientists predicted or thought possible several years ago. This will be a dramatic transformation in the coming decades,” the
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Greenland divided between environment and economy
This Tuesday is election day in Greenland. The autonomous territory has just over 55 thousand inhabitants but an enormous wealth in mineral terms and it was this detail that motivated the holding of early elections. The end of the governmental coalition was due to the lack of consensus on the
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Iran announces Israeli spy detention
Local intelligence services announced that “an Israeli spy and several others linked to the security services of several countries have been detained in eastern Azerbaijan”. Iran’s Ministry of Information announced on Monday the arrest of several people it accused of spies, one of whom was at the service of Israel,
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European Union expresses concern about Russian troop movement on the border with Ukraine
European Union (EU) head of diplomacy, Josep Borrell, today promised EU “indefectible” support for Kyiv and expressed concern about Russian troop movements on the border with Ukraine. “We are following Russian military activity around Ukraine with great concern,” said Borrell, after a telephone conversation with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba.
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Mars is not dead, there have been two ‘considerable earthquakes’
Mars is still an immensely unknown planet, despite having been populated by human machines for several years. Its arid appearance suggests a finished world, it was once rich in essential resources for life. However, NASA announced that InSight, which analyzes Martian geological activity, recently recorded “two strong and clear earthquakes”.
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