Judoka Pogačnik wins European bronze in women’s 70kg

Sofia – Slovenian judoka Anka Pogačnik won the bronze medal in the women’s 70kg category at the European Judo Championship in Sofia, Bulgaria, on Saturday, her first medal in major competitions. In the decisive fight, she defeated Hilde Jager of the Netherlands after three penalties.

Europe is financing Putin's War in Ukraine at 200,000 Euros a Minute

Russia has sold fossil fuels worth 46.6 billion euros to European Union countries since the start of the war in Ukraine on February 24 this year, according to the Finnish-based Center for Energy and Clean Water Research (CREA). In fact, since the start of hostilities, despite talks about a possible energy embargo, Russia's revenue from selling them has doubled.

Biden asked Congress for $33 billion in Aid to Kyiv, NATO thinks the War in Ukraine could last for Years

US President Joe Biden has asked Congress for $33 billion in support of Ukraine. NATO is determined to help Ukraine, even if the war lasts for years. Earlier, the Kremlin warned that arming Ukraine posed a risk to European security and promised a firm military response to attacks on Russian territory.

Encrypted Phone Crack No Silver Bullet against Balkan Crime Gangs

When a French and Dutch-led police operation cracked the code to Sky ECC in February 2021, investigators gained access to a treasure trove of real-time evidence against a host of international crime gangs. 

Thousands of people have been arrested around the world based on the Sky ECC takedown; in the Balkans, Saric is the biggest, but he is far from alone.