The International Criminal Court in The Hague has issued international arrest warrants for the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, as well as the Commissioner for Children’s Rights, Maria Lvova-Belova. They are accused of illegally deporting the population and children from the territory of Ukraine to Russia. “Volodymyr Vladimirovich Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, is most likely responsible for the war crime of illegal deportation … Continue reading The International Court of Justice in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Putin. What does this decision mean?
More than half of the fence has already been erected. The civilized world continues to distance itself from terrorists. The land fence on the border between the countries of the European Union with the Russian Federation and Belarus will soon reach the mark of 960 miles (1,545 kilometers). According to the Washington Post , the construction of the fence continues at a progressive pace. Lithuania tried … Continue reading The fence on the border between EU countries with Russia and Belarus will soon be more than 1,500 kilometers long
The United States has long been a leader in the development of the fastest aircraft. NASA’s X-43 was developed as part of the Hyper-X program in the late 1990s. As part of the “better, faster, cheaper” program developed by the space agency, Hyper-X used the technology of the National Aerospace Plane. The goal of the Hyper-X project was to flight test the key powerplants and … Continue reading NASA’s X-43A hypersonic aircraft set a speed record
At the Hamburg airport on the evening of Sunday, March 12, a warning strike of ground service employees began. It is expected that on March 13, all 123 scheduled departures and at least 50 of the planned 121 landings will be canceled at the airport, many flights will be delayed. The strike, in which the Ver.di union called on about 2,000 airport employees, will last … Continue reading Mass strikes at German airports
Russia involves female prisoners in the war against Ukraine. This was reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the morning briefing on March 13. “Last week, the movement of a train with first-class carriages for the transportation of prisoners was noted towards the Donetsk region. One of the carriages was carrying convicted women,” the report said. According to the General … Continue reading The Russians sent a train with female prisoners to Donetsk region
Twitter is nowadays in the news for several reasons. The microblogging site’s overall structure and functionalities have undergone considerable alterations since the business entrepreneur Elon Musk recently bought it. The blue tick verification badge is one of the most talked-about features recently since Musk plans to put a price tag on it, the aspect of Twitter that gets the most attention. Up until now, verification was free and included a … Continue reading 9 out of 10 people would not pay for Twitter blue tick verification -TechGig poll