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  • Japan Rejects China's Industrial Network Proposal Amidst Trilateral Talks During the negotiation process for the joint declaration of the Korea-Japan-China Summit held in Seoul on the 27th, it was reported that China strongly demanded the inclusion of ‘industrial network’ cooperation in addition to the supply chain, but was rejected. The Yomiuri Shimbun reported on the 29th, citing multiple diplomatic sources, that Japan turned down […]
  • Crisis in Gaza: 21 Dead as Israeli Airstrikes Hit Refugee Camp According to reports by AFP and Haaretz Daily, the Israeli military launched an airstrike on Rafah, the southernmost part of the densely populated Palestinian refugee area in the Gaza Strip on the 28th, killing 21 people. Although the Israeli military denied the airstrike, tensions continued to escalate. Meanwhile, the United States continues to show its […]
  • Israel Intensifies Urban Combat in Gaza and Strengthens Measures to to Take Down Hamas Israel has signaled its determination to root out Hamas by intensifying urban warfare after deploying tanks in the center of Rafah, Gaza Strip in Palestine. Daniel Hagari, the head spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), stated in a press briefing on the 28th (local time), “Hamas members are still active in Rafah, posing a […]
  • Three European Countries Recognize Palestine Statehood Reuters reported that Spain, Ireland, and Norway have officially recognized Palestine as a state starting from the 28th (local time). During a TV speech before an official cabinet meeting to officially approve the measure, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said, “The recognition of a Palestinian state is a historic decision with one goal in mind […]
  • Behind Closed Doors: How Israel Allegedly Manipulated International Justice Reports have emerged that the former director of Israel’s foreign intelligence service, Mossad, threatened an International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor who was investigating allegations of Israeli war crimes in Palestine. The Guardian reported on the 28th (local time), citing informed sources, that former Mossad director Yossi Cohen, who led the agency from 2016 to 2021, […]
  • Goldman Sachs Predicts Surge in Oil Demand Through 2034: What's Driving the Growth? Goldman Sachs has predicted a continuous increase in global oil demand. This seems to consider the s ...
  • Will Trump Negotiate with Kim Jong Un by Withdrawing U.S. Troops from South Korea? According to a recent claim, former U.S. President Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candida ...
  • Bear Meat Warning: Family Suffers Rare Parasite Infection After BBQ Trichinella. Screenshot from the website of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CD ...
  • Europe Must Not Fall into Trap of Relying Solely on US, Says Macron French President Emmanuel Macron is delivering a speech at the Frauenkirche Square in Dresden, Germ ...
  • U.S. Allies Caught in the Crossfire of Trade and Security Concerns Major U.S. media outlets quickly reported on the trilateral summit between Korea, Japan, and China, while expressing caution about China’s attempts to improve relations with key U.S. allies. On the 27th (local time), the New York Times (NYT) evaluated the trilateral summit, stating, “The trilateral dialogue has lost its shine due to tension between the […]
  • U.S. Opposes European Moves to Criticize Iran at IAEA Amid Rising Tensions Claims have been raised that the Biden administration, ahead of the November U.S. presidential election, pressured European allies not to adopt a resolution condemning Iran’s nuclear program to prevent escalating tensions with Iran. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) cited well-informed sources on the 27th (local time) that “When the UK and France announced their intention […]
  • NATO Chief Calls for Easing Weapon Restrictions in Ukraine Amid Russian Attacks Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO, has once again asserted that Ukraine should be able to attack Russian territory with weapons provided by the West. According to Reuters and AFP, Stoltenberg announced at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Spring Session in Sofia, Bulgaria, that Western powers should reconsider restrictions on Ukraine using weaponry they supply to strike inside Russia. Considering the […]
  • Netanyahu Admits to 'Tragic Mistake' After Gaza Bombing Claims 35 Lives Netanyahu: “Regrettably, a Tragic Mistake Made” Axios reported on the 27th (local time) that the White House is assessing whether Israel’s attack on Rafah, which resulted in dozens of civilian casualties, crossed President Joe Biden’s red line. An American official said, “The White House is in the process of figuring out exactly what happened to […]
  • Kosovo Signs Off on Controversial Deal to Lease 300 Jails to Denmark The Parliament of Kosovo, a small Balkan nation, approved the Prison Cell Lease Agreement signed wit ...
  • California Mom Slapped with $88K Fine: Kids' Clam Hunt Goes Wrong at Pismo Beach A mother in California who let her children collect clams on the beach was fined $88,000.According t ...
  • U.S. Redefines Alliances Amid China Threat President Joe Biden of the United States expressed his intention to shift his alliance policy from protection to projection during his summit with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. It is expected that he will actively utilize a small multilateral system to counter the common threat, namely China, shifting away from the traditional bilateral-centered alliance policy. […]
  • Trilateral Triumph: South Korea, Japan, and China to Boost Trade and Cultural Exchanges South Korea has decided to deepen its economic, trade, and digital cooperation with Japan and China. This marks the first trilateral meeting in four years and five months. On the 26th, President Yoon Suk Yeol agreed to strengthen cooperation with both China and Japan during separate bilateral meetings with Chinese Premier Li Qiang and Japanese […]
  • World Leaders to Attend Swiss Peace Summit, Russia Not Invited Set to take place in Lucerne, Switzerland on the 15th and 16th of next monthMembers of G7, G20, and BRICS invitedPutin: “I wasn’t invited” President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine has invited the leaders of the United States and China to a Ukrainian peace summit set to take place in Switzerland next month. According to the […]
  • China Secures Exclusive Oil and Gas Rights in Iraq Recently, only Chinese companies won the bidding for oil and gas exploration rights in Iraq. This success is an example of China’s growing influence in the Middle East. China is making strategic moves by taking advantage of the U.S.’s disengagement from the Middle East, securing stable energy sources like oil and gas through expanded cooperation […]
  • North Korea's Bold Space Move Ahead of Trilateral Summit Raises Eyebrows Tensions in Northeast Asia are escalating as North Korea has informed the Japanese government of its plans to launch a satellite ahead of the trilateral summit between South Korea, China, and Japan on the 27th. According to the Japanese Cabinet Office, North Korea has announced its plan to launch a rocket carrying a satellite between […]
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