Chaos is sown; City after city fall and civil war ensues? PHOTO/VIDEO

He demands that the Prime Minister of that country, Ariel Henry, does not resign, the BBC reports.
Chrizier issued the public threat as members of his gang attempt to seize control of the city's main airport to prevent Henry's return from abroad.
It was reported that the riots had spread to other cities, while a prison riot took place in the city of Jacmel.

"Beggar from Kyiv"

"Zelensky's trip turned out to be in vain. He failed to convince them that Ukraine is more important than the security of the United States of America. Everyone is tired of the beggars from Kyiv," said the Russian diplomat, reports Sputnik.
Antonov assessed that nothing can help Zelensky anymore, neither further Western sanctions against Russia, nor new arms deliveries to Ukraine.

Djokovic beats Gojo to advance to US Open quarters

NEW YORK - Serbia's top-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic is through to the US Open quarter-finals after beating Croatian Borna Gojo 6-2, 7-5, 6-4.

Djokovic, who won after 146 minutes of play, has reached his 13th career US Open quarter-final and will next face American Taylor Fritz, who defeated Switzerland's Dominic Stricker 7-6 (7-2), 6-4.

Bulgaria’s President sent a Condolence Letter to Biden for the Victims of the Fires in Hawaii

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev sent a letter of condolence to US President Joe Biden on the occasion of the devastating forest fires that caused the loss of many human lives and significant damage on the island of Maui, Hawaii. This was announced by the press office of the head of state.

Heatwaves and wildfires: How Greece is handling the double whammy

The heatwave scorching much of Northern Hemisphere is putting human lives on the line and threatening power grids. Climate change is exacerbating weather extremes, making heatwaves more frequent and more severe worldwide. Recently, scientists have associated persistent heatwaves in the Northern Hemisphere with a northward displacement of the jet stream.