FBI releases documents on Attempted Assassinations against Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II faced potential assassination threats during a 1983 visit to the United States, according to newly released FBI documents reported by the BBC on Friday

After the monarch's death last September, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released files related to the late queen's travels to the United States.

Goran Sadikarijo: Dressing up as Hitler Shouldn’t be ‘Funny’ in North Macedonia

However, a critique of Nazism was not present in the meme that the tech mogul Elon Musk shared on Twitter last year. Criticizing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau' attitude towards truckers' protests against Covid vaccinations, Musk compared him to Hitler through a meme.

Bulgaria’s Former King successfully sued the state for 1.6 Million Euros

Bulgaria has been ordered to pay the record 1.6 million euro compensation to the former prime minister and leader of the NDSV party Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha because of the moratorium imposed years ago on the disposal and exploitation of his returned properties. The decision is of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

The newly built first military spy satellite has been launched

Construction of the satellite was completed this month, and Kim Jong Un ordered the launch to go ahead as planned during a visit to the North Korean space agency.
Details of the launch date have not been announced.
In his address to the space agency officials, Kim Jong-un spoke about the deployment of "several reconnaissance satellites in different orbits."

Queen Camilla: Charles’ wife gets title on coronation invite

King Charles III's wife has been officially identified as Queen Camilla for the first time, with Buckingham Palace using the title on invitations for the monarch's May 6 coronation.

Camilla, who until now has been described as queen consort, is given equal billing on the ornate medieval style invitations that will be sent to more than 2,000 guests and were unveiled on April 4.