“There is something terribly wrong with this country, isn’t there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who’s to blame?”— V for Vendetta

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Saudi Arabia privately hinted earlier this year it might sell some European debt holdings if the Group of Seven decided to seize almost $300 billion of Russia’s frozen assets, people familiar with the matter said, Report informs via Bloomberg.

TENSIONS RISE Hundreds descend on streets of Leeds AGAIN as parents urged to keep their kids inside after cops attacked in riots unewsy
HUNDREDS have descended on the streets of Leeds again - with parents urged to keep their kids inside. Footage shows crowds gathering for a peaceful protest in the Harehills area last night after rioters attacked cops on Thursday.

The Russian Foreign Ministry has promised to "calibrate [its] responses" to US plans to deploy new offensive missile capabilities in Germany "without any internal constraints" in terms of what arms to place and when and where to place them to ensure Russia's security. A leading European military observer lays out the options at Russia's disposal.

THE Met Office has revealed the exact date the current sunny spell is due to end as the mercury comes crashing down from a high of 31C. St James’ Park in central London was the hottest place in the UK yesterday as the temperature hit 31.9C.

From a reliable source, an Interpol official with years of experience in missions abroad, we received the link to a new video published about the attack on pediatric hospital in Kiev (precisely on an old building and not to the new hospital which the shock wave damaged only the power plant separated from the complex and some windows and balconies of one of the 5 pavilions…).

BRITS have been warned not to travel to Dover after an IT outage sparked summer getaway chaos - with huge traffic jams. A botched update from cyber firm CrowdStrike knocked Microsoft Windows computers offline around the world yesterday.
THE chaos sparked by the Microsoft outage could last for days - with 5,000 flights grounded in the world's biggest ever IT meltdown. A botched update from cyber firm CrowdStrike knocked Microsoft Windows computers offline around the world yesterday.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said Thursday that Moscow won’t rule out deploying nuclear missiles in response to the US planning to deploy missile systems to Germany in 2026 that were previously banned by the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

“I don’t rule anything out,” Ryabkov said when asked about the possibility of a nuclear deployment.

Former President Donald Trump may not fully grasp the situation in Ukraine, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky. However, Zelensky said on Friday that he would be happy to bring the Republican nominee up to speed if he returns to the White House in 2024.

In an exclusive interview with the BBC in London, Zelensky claimed that Trump might not fully understand the situation in Ukraine but added that he is willing to work with whoever holds power in Washington.