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Alexei Navalny's Funeral to Be Held in Moscow on Friday

Alexei Navalny's Funeral to Be Held in Moscow on Friday

Alexei Navalny, the prominent critic of Vladimir Putin, will be buried in Moscow on Friday, following a farewell service at a Moscow church. His widow, Yulia Navalnaya, expressed uncertainty about the funeral's peacefulness and whether the police would arrest attendees. Navalny's death in an Arctic prison earlier this month has been blamed on the Russian president by his widow and many world leaders. Details of the funeral were announced as Ms. Navalnaya addressed the European Parliament in Strasbourg, urging MEPs to be inspired by her late husband.

7th Circuit allows Indiana’s ban on care for transgender youth to take effect

7th Circuit allows Indiana’s ban on care for transgender youth to take effect

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has allowed Indiana’s ban on care for transgender youth to take effect.

Biden: Israel Open to Cease-Fire During Ramadan if Hostages Are Released

Biden: Israel Open to Cease-Fire During Ramadan if Hostages Are Released

U.S. President Joe Biden says Israel would be willing to halt its war on Hamas in Gaza during Ramadan if a deal is reached to release some of the hostages held by the militants.

Star Witness in Fani Willis Hearing Backtracks on Relationship Start

Star Witness in Fani Willis Hearing Backtracks on Relationship Start

Terrence Bradley, the star witness in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ disqualification hearing, appeared to backtrack in his testimony Tuesday, telling former President Donald Trump’s attorney he had been “speculating” about when Willis’ relationship with prosecutor Nathan Wade began.

Macron emphasizes defeat of Russia in Ukraine for European security

Macron emphasizes defeat of Russia in Ukraine for European security

French President Emmanuel Macron emphasizes the importance of defeating Russia in Ukraine for the security of Europe. European leaders have agreed to establish a coalition to provide Ukraine with medium- and long-range missiles and bombs. While there is no consensus on sending Western troops to Ukraine, Macron does not exclude the possibility. Russian troops have made recent gains in Ukraine, leading to urgent requests for weapons supplies from Kyiv.

Air Force Member Aaron Bushnell Dies after Setting Himself on Fire near Israeli Embassy

Air Force Member Aaron Bushnell Dies after Setting Himself on Fire near Israeli Embassy

An active duty U.S. Air Force member, Aaron Bushnell, has died of his injuries after setting himself on fire in front of the Israeli Embassy. The incident is currently under investigation.

Houthis attempt to strike oil tanker in Gulf of Aden; US, coalition forces defend against attack drones

Houthis attempt to strike oil tanker in Gulf of Aden; US, coalition forces defend against attack drones

US Central Command takes action to protect freedom of navigation in response to Houthi aggression

US Airman Dies After Self-Immolation Outside Israeli Embassy in Washington

US Airman Dies After Self-Immolation Outside Israeli Embassy in Washington

A US airman has tragically died after setting himself on fire in front of the Israeli embassy in Washington DC. The incident is currently being investigated by the Washington police department.