1. Zaporizhzhya official's murder prompts increased security measures and investigations

    The murder of a local official cannot be ignored by either the authorities or law enforcement, the head of the Zaporizhzhya Oblast Military Administration, Ivan Fedorov, said on Telegram on June 11. The governor has held a meeting with law enforcement agencies, and the police are
  2. Man dies of thirst trying to walk to desert cosmodrome where Russia launches its rockets

    By Zahra Khaliq A man has died after trying to walk to a spaceport in the middle of a sweltering desert where Russia launches rockets into space. The 25-year-old died from dehydration at the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Monday, which saw soaring temperatures of 39C this wee
  3. Tesco locks £2 items in security boxes – with cost of living crisis hitting 'new low'

    By Alan Johnson Supermarket shoppers have cursed a "new low" in the cost of living crisis after a snap of chocolate bars locked away in security boxes circulated online. Despite costing just £2, a London Tesco superstore appears to have tightened security on Cadbury's Dairy Milk, N
  4. Ukraine's SBU launches counterintelligence operations in Kyiv — Photo

    Ukraine’s SBU Security Service is conducting counterintelligence operations in Kyiv's Pecherskyi and Shevchenkivskyi districts, including the government quarter and surrounding areas, the SBU's press service announced on June 11. These operations align with martial law protocols a
  5. Czech PM suspects Russia of attempted arson of buses in Prague

    By Andrii Synyavskyi, Yevhen Kizilov Petr Fiala, Prime Minister of Czechia, has suggested that Russia may be behind last week’s attempted arson of city buses in Prague. Source: European Pravda with reference to Reuters Details: The police reported that they arrested a 26-year-old ma
  6. Biden campaign says it will keep using TikTok - despite president signing law that could ban app

    By Kelly Rissman Joe Biden’s campaign has said that it will continue to use TikTok through election season despite the president signing into law a measure that could lead to the social media app’s ban . “A fragmented media environment requires us to show up and meet voters where th
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