Anonymous email says BOMB planted in Moscow government building, demands end to ‘mandatory’ Covid-19 vaccinations, media reports

Moscow police are hunting an unknown suspect who threatened to blow up the city’s central government building if rules requiring masks in public places and the mandatory vaccination of service workers weren’t dropped by officials. … Read More >Anonymous email says BOMB planted in Moscow government building, demands end to ‘mandatory’ Covid-19 vaccinations, media reports

Sweden’s Christian Democrats vow to vote against Prime Minister Lofven in vote of no-confidence, following Left & Sweden Democrats

The leader of Sweden’s Christian Democrats has said his party will vote in favor of ousting center-left Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in a no-confidence vote, after the Left Party withdrew its support for the government. … Read More >Sweden’s Christian Democrats vow to vote against Prime Minister Lofven in vote of no-confidence, following Left & Sweden Democrats

‘Necessary to wait for the new Iranian government’: IAEA chief says Iran nuclear deal needs time and political will

The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has dismissed the chances of a new nuclear deal being agreed on by the negotiating parties in Vienna until Iran has a new government. … Read More >‘Necessary to wait for the new Iranian government’: IAEA chief says Iran nuclear deal needs time and political will

Putin-Biden summit & interview with new Israeli PM Naftali Bennett’s chief strategist

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to George Birnbaum, former chief of staff to former Israeli PM Netanyahu and chief strategist and pollster for new Israeli PM Naftali Bennett. He discusses the summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s push for NATO membership … Read More >Putin-Biden summit & interview with new Israeli PM Naftali Bennett’s chief strategist

Removal of Netanyahu from power ends ‘one of worst periods’ in conflict with Israel – Palestinian Authority premier

The prime minister of the Palestinian Authority has said that the ouster of Israeli longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu closes a particularly dark chapter in Israeli-Palestinian relations. … Read More >Removal of Netanyahu from power ends ‘one of worst periods’ in conflict with Israel – Palestinian Authority premier

Netanyahu’s party MPs heckle rival Bennett as he delivers speech at Knesset session to confirm new Israeli govt (VIDEO)

A session of the Israeli legislature set to confirm the ‘change’ coalition and remove Benjamin Netanyahu from power has descended into chaos, with the PM’s rival, Naftali Bennett, being constantly heckled during his speech. … Read More >Netanyahu’s party MPs heckle rival Bennett as he delivers speech at Knesset session to confirm new Israeli govt (VIDEO)

Gaddafi’s son seeks Libyan presidency 10 years after NATO-backed campaign plunged country into chaos – media

The son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is reportedly eyeing his country’s highest office a decade after his father was overthrown and murdered by NATO-backed rebels, triggering years of civil unrest. … Read More >Gaddafi’s son seeks Libyan presidency 10 years after NATO-backed campaign plunged country into chaos – media

Retirement or Leader of the Opposition: What Does the Future Hold for Prime Minister Netanyahu?

If the chairman of Yesh Atid, Yair Lapid, ends up forming a coalition with the New Right head, Naftali Bennett, Netanyahu will need to decide what to do next. And his former media adviser says he will probably opt to sit on the benches of the opposition and wait for better days, when his political rivals are weakened. … Read More >Retirement or Leader of the Opposition: What Does the Future Hold for Prime Minister Netanyahu?

Pakistani province strips government employees of pay if they refuse to have Covid vaccine

The chief minister of Pakistan’s Sindh province, Murad Ali Shah, has told government employees that anyone who fails to have a Covid vaccine will be refused pay starting next month, as the nation seeks to control the virus. … Read More >Pakistani province strips government employees of pay if they refuse to have Covid vaccine