Taiwan president heads to US, Central America to shore up ties
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen left for the United States on Wednesday, a stop on her way to firm up ties with Guatemala and Belize after China snapped up another of the self-ruled island's few diplomatic allies last week.
New Protests in Israel against Judicial Reform and the Dismissal of a Minister
Tens of thousands of Israelis staged a spontaneous protest after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired the defense minister over his opposition to controversial judicial reform.
Rare coin, minted by Brutus to mark Caesar’s death, is returned to Greece
A rare and ancient gold coin that morbidly celebrates the stabbing death of Julius Caesar was returned this week to Greek officials by investigators in New York who had determined it was looted and fraudulently put for sale at auction in 2020.
'Not a crime': Trump dismisses NY probe at Texas rally
Donald Trump staged his first presidential campaign rally in Texas Saturday, brushing off his potential indictment as he railed against multiple criminal probes threatening his bid for the White House.
Polycrisis due to abuse of power
"I'm an Englishman in New York," says David Miliband, the former UK foreign secretary (2007-2010) who since 2013 has lived in New York, working as the president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee (IRC). An organization founded at the call of Albert Einstein in 1933, the IRC is helping communities and people in more than 40 countries to cope with humanitarian crises.
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New York’s famous Flatiron Building sold at auction
New York's iconic Flatiron Building, famous for its thin, triangular shape, has sold at auction for $190 million following a court order.
The 22-story skyscraper, built in 1902 and often said to resemble a clothes iron, fetched almost four times the opening price of $50 million following a keen bidding war.
Türkiye approaches transboundary water issue in cooperation: Minister
Türkiye approaches the water issue from a purely humanitarian point of view and sees the transboundary waters as an element of cooperation rather than a conflict between riparian countries, Agriculture and Forestry Minister Vahit Kirişçi has stated.
One of the oldest surviving Bible on sale for $30 million
One of the oldest surviving biblical manuscripts, a nearly complete 1,100-year-old Hebrew Bible, could soon be yours, for a cool $30 million.
Russian ambassador summoned as indictment against spies final
The Foreign Ministry has summoned the Russian ambassador after the indictment against two alleged Russian spies who were apprehended in Slovenia in December last year became final and the pair were remanded in custody.
Straight Line Crazy | Athens | March 23
Being screened live at the Athens Concert Hall (megaron.gr) from London's Bridge Theater at 8 p.m. on Thursday, "Straight Line Crazy" stars Ralph Fiennes, Helen Schlesinger and Alana Maria.
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