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Top 10 World News: Russia Warns NATO, Canada Criticizes China & More, World News


The Russian Foreign Ministry has warned against Finland and Sweden joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said China was playing Western countries off against each other.

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Russia warns NATO against the admission of Finland and Sweden

“The persistent attempts by NATO to pull these countries under the spell of their interests and their opportunist policies have not gone unnoticed by Russia,” said the spokeswoman for the ministry, Maria Sakharova.

China “plays” western countries against each other, says Trudeau


In an interview with Global Television he said, “We have competed and China has been very adept at playing us off in an open market and competitive manner from time to time.”

South Africa’s anti-apartheid icon Desmond Tutu dies at 90


Desmond Tutu, a South African anti-apartheid icon also known as the country’s moral compass, died on Sunday, President Cyril Ramaphosa said.

China launches three warships; a ship for the Pakistani Navy


China launched three warships this week, one of which was destined for Pakistan marine and another for the Royal Thailand Navy, which continues its large shipbuilding projects.

Omicron Update: Australia’s Most Populous State Reports Record Cases


New South Wales, home of Sydney and a third of Australia’s 25 million population, reported 6,394 new infections, up from 6,288 the day before.

UK breaks record in booster dose campaign amid Omicron surge


Health officials in the UK are reportedly to be running a door-to-door campaign to give people stings when new virus rules go into effect after Christmas in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Israel doubles settlers in the Golan Heights


Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced on Sunday a plan costing more than $ 300 million to double Jewish Israeli settlers in the Golan Heights. This area was conquered by Israel from Syria more than 40 years ago.

At least 16 migrants in Greece have died after their boat capsized


At least 16 migrants have been killed in an accident in Greece after their boat was killed near the island of Paros in the central Aegean.

Heavy snowfall in Japan leads to the cancellation of over 100 domestic flights


Heavy snowfall in northern and western parts of Japan on Sunday led to the cancellation of more than 100 domestic flights, two of the country’s largest airlines said.

Global economy tops $ 100 trillion for the first time in 2022: report


World economic output will surpass $ 100 trillion for the first time next year, and it will take China a little longer than previously thought to overtake the United States as the No. 1 economy, a report showed on Sunday.


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