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Report reveals France is equipping Israel’s killer drones amid Gaza genocide
Report reveals France is equipping Israel’s killer drones amid Gaza genocide

Paris, June 21 - The French government has authorized the sale of electronic equipment for drones used by Israel to bomb civilians in the Gaza Strip, an investigative report says. The French nonprofit media outlet Disclose said in a recent report that the export license for this war equipment “approved by the upper reaches of power” in the country.

 The ruble reaches a record in trade with Europe
The ruble reaches a record in trade with Europe

Moscow, June 20 - The ruble reached a record participation in Russia's foreign trade with European countries in April of this year, according to data published by Russia’s Central Bank.

Deputies demonstrate against criminalization of abortion in Brazil
Deputies demonstrate against criminalization of abortion in Brazil

Brasilia, June 19 - A group of mostly women today joined the first demonstration of the Girl is not a Mother movement in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies against a bill that equates abortion with the crime of homicide.

 Syrian army continues anti-terrorist operations in the desert
Syrian army continues anti-terrorist operations in the desert

Damascus, June 18 - Elite units of the Syrian army, supported by allied popular militias, intensified their operations against the terrorists from the Islamic State (Daesh, in Arabic), in the extensive eastern desert of this nation.

Israeli prime minister dissolves regime's war cabinet after departure of key officials
Israeli prime minister dissolves regime's war cabinet after departure of key officials

Tel Aviv, June 17 - Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dissolved the regime’s war cabinet after it was rattled by resignations of key officials. The move targeting the six-member cabinet was taken on Monday. It was widely expected after the departure of cabinet member Benny Gantz.

 Judges appointed for Julian Assange appeal on July 9th and 10th
Judges appointed for Julian Assange appeal on July 9th and 10th

London, June 15 - The judges at Julian Assange's two-day appeal hearing, held on Tuesday, July 9th and Wednesday, July 10th, are the same ones who granted Assange a rare victory last month: his right to appeal the Home Office's extradition order to the United States.

 Acute malnutrition affects more than eight thousand children in Gaza
Acute malnutrition affects more than eight thousand children in Gaza

United Nations, June 13 - More than eight thousand children were diagnosed and treated for acute malnutrition in Gaza, the United Nations (UN) said, warning that supplies are not reaching those who need them most.

Ecuadorian government confirms end of subsidies despite protests
Ecuadorian government confirms end of subsidies despite protests

Quito, Jun 12 - Ecuador's Economy Minister Juan Carlos Vega on Wednesday reaffirmed the decision made to eliminate fuel subsidies will not be reversed, in the midst of demonstrations against the measure.

 NGO demands implementation of Security Council resolution on Gaza
NGO demands implementation of Security Council resolution on Gaza

Ramallah, June 11 - The Save The Children non-governmental organization demanded the immediate implementation of a UN Security Council resolution that calls for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, which is still under Israeli attacks.

Hundreds rally in downtown Santiago de Chile to support Palestinian people
Hundreds rally in downtown Santiago de Chile to support Palestinian people

Santiago de Chile, June 10 - Hundreds of Chilean anti-war demonstrators have taken part in a march in support of the Palestinian people in the capital city, Santiago. The demonstration, which was organized by various social groups, crowded a main central avenue of the Chilean capital, passing by the Presidential Palace.

Canadian police use tear gas on anti-war protesters at McGill University in Montreal
Canadian police use tear gas on anti-war protesters at McGill University in Montreal

Montreal, June 7 - Montreal police have used tear gas to disperse anti-war protesters at McGill University after they barricaded themselves in the administration building as part of a "global call to action."

At least 15 killed in Israeli attack on central Gaza refugee camps
At least 15 killed in Israeli attack on central Gaza refugee camps

Gaza City, June 6 - At least 15 people have been killed in Israeli ground and air attacks on the Bureij and Maghazi refugee camps in central Gaza, a Palestinian health official has said.