Wall Street Journal

‘What was Mitsotakis doing in Ukraine?’

"So a Russian ballistic missile nearly killed the Greek prime minister as he was visiting Odesa with Zelensky today. The Greek prime minister. The leader of the NATO and EU member with the largest sympathies for Russia," Yaroslav Trofimov, chief foreign affairs correspondent of The Wall Street journal and author, commented on X on the day of the attack.

Israeli delegation departs Cairo as pressure mounts for Gaza ceasefire

An Israeli delegation left talks in Cairo to pause the Israel-Hamas war on Tuesday, Israeli and U.S. media reported.

Israeli intelligence chief David Barnea met CIA Director William Burns in the Egyptian capital for talks on a Qatari-brokered plan to temporarily halt fighting in Gaza.

What is cooking, Mr. Putin?

The price of eggs in Russia is higher by 60 percent.
As reported by many independent Russian portals, when Russians go to home visits, they no longer bring a traditional bottle of vodka or a chocolate cake but bring their hosts eggs as a present.


Kirby, who is the coordinator of strategic communications at the National Security Council at the White House, explained that a decision by Congress on additional appropriations is necessary.

Prosecutors weigh charges against Senator Bob Menendez. Reports

The Justice Department is weighing possible charges against Sen. Bob Menendez after a yearslong public-corruption probe, the Wall Street Journal reported on Aug. 25. 

Prosecutors are expected to meet with his lawyers in the coming weeks ahead of a final decision, the people familiar with the matter said.