First delivery of S. Korean heavy weapons comes to Poland
Polish President Andrzej Duda and the country's defense minister have taken delivery of a first shipment of tanks and howitzers from South Korea, hailing the swift implementation of a deal signed in the summer in the face of the war in neighboring Ukraine.
Hungary blocks EU Ukraine aid, deepening rift with Brussels
A rift between the European Union and member state Hungary has deepened after Budapest vetoed an 18 -billion euro ($18.93 billion) financial aid package to Kyiv, exacerbating a dispute over the rule of law under Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his view of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
UN summit: Don't repeat mistakes on nature, scientists warn
Scientists around the world warned governments who will be gathering in Montreal this week for the United Nations biodiversity summit to not repeat past mistakes and urged officials to “avoid trade-offs” between people and conservation needs in a report Monday.
UK man to plead guilty to manslaughter in wife's death
Defense lawyers for a British man on trial for causing the death of his sick wife in Cyprus’ coastal resort town of Paphos say they’re hopeful the court will suspend any sentence it hands down to their client after he pleads guilty to manslaughter next week.