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Russia Hits A Launch Site In Ukraine; Putin’s Troops Shoot Down 150 “Enemy Drones.”

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  • As the massive search for Khalistani preacher Amritpal Singh goes on for a third day, security agencies have revealed some shocking facts about the case.
  • Protests over the plan to arrest Imran Khan are now happening in both Pakistan and Britain. Hundreds of people who support Imran Khan hold a protest in front of the home of Nawaz Sharif

Russian drones attacked a Ukrainian launch site as “revenge” for a drone attack on Kalibr cruise missile cargo in Crimea. Damage was done to the airport in Odessa by a Russian drone. The Russian Ministry of Defense put out a new video showing the OSA surface-to-air missile system in action during a battle. The Russian Ministry of Defense said that during war, it has shot down 150 “enemy drones.” On the other hand, when Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida went to Ukraine, he went to Bucha, where there are mass graves. As the PM started his trip to Ukraine, Russian nuclear bombers flew over the Sea of Japan. Watch this video for more news about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

President Vladimir Putin of Russia has told London not to send armor-piercing tank shells made with depleted uranium (DU) to Ukraine. Vladimir Putin said that if it were sent to Kyiv, Russia would treat it as if it had “nuclear components” in it and would be “forced to react.” The warning comes as Britain plans to send Challenger 2 main battle tanks with DU ammunition to Ukraine, which is currently in a lot of trouble. Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu made a similar warning. He said that the move would bring the world “one step closer to a nuclear disaster.” The UN has already said that it is worried about what the UK wants to do.

Bezalel Smotrich, Israel’s Finance Minister, has once again caused a stir with his comments about the Palestinians. At a public event in France, Smotrich said that the Palestinians did not have a history, culture, or people. Because of Smotrich’s comments, the Netanyahu government has once again upset people. Both the U.S. and the EU have said that these comments are wrong. This time, though, the Israeli minister has also upset Jordan, which is close by. Find out why by watching this video.  It is owned by HT Media Ltd and has news, analysis, and features about politics, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, and other topics.

As the battle with Russian troops continues to get worse, the US gave Ukraine an extra $350 million in weapons and equipment. In the latest shipment from Washington, there are more bullets for HIMARS and howitzers, as well as anti-tank weapons and missiles that can protect against radiation. In response to the new package of military aid, the Russian ambassador to the U.S. said that Washington was to blame for adding to the Ukrainian crisis and making it worse. See this video for more information.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says that Pakistan needs to finish a few more things before it can get the last part of its $6.5 billion loan. This is to keep it from defaulting on the loan. This will put pressure on the government of Shehbaz Sharif to get guarantees from “friends” who said they would help pay for it. Earlier, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar took back what he said about how the country’s nuclear programme could cause the IMF loan to be delayed. Watch this video to find out if the cash-strapped country will be able to get the loan soon or if it will default on the loan.

Defining Pro-Putin Bloomberg said that Hungary stopped the EU from making a joint statement about an international arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin. Because of what Budapest did, EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell was reportedly forced to have someone else make a statement about the ICC warrant on his behalf. Earlier, Hungary also turned down a statement from EU justice ministers that said they supported the investigation by the ICC. Bloomberg says that Hungary “may” say what it thinks about the ICC warrant against Putin at the next EU summit, which will take place on March 23-24 in Brussels. See this video for more information.

The government of Emmanuel Macron just barely won a vote of no-confidence that was called for because of the controversial pension reform. If the vote of no confidence had won, Macron would have had to choose a new government or hold new elections. Now, the controversial bill to raise the age at which people can retire will be a law. The vote of no confidence happened because French Prime Minister Elizabeth Borne used a special constitutional power last week to get the bill passed without a vote. In the meantime, protests in France are getting worse, and the capital city, Paris, is still on the edge.

The Russian Minister of Defense has released new video of its Howitzers fighting on the frontline. The video shows Russian soldiers shooting at Ukrainian units in the forest and destroying their posts. In the meantime, Russia has started a criminal case against the prosecutor and judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the arrest warrant for President Vladimir Putin. The ministers of the European Union (EU) have agreed on a $2.14 billion plan to buy weapons for Ukraine. Watch this video to learn more about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

British intelligence says that the constant bombing by the Russian Army in Bakhmut and Avdiivka has put pressure on Ukrainian supply lines. In the Donetsk area, Russian forces also took out two long-term gun positions that were used by Ukrainian troops. They also stopped Ukrainian soldiers from attacking near Kupyansk and destroyed their Howitzers. At the same time, the Russian Army killed more than three soldiers in Kherson. Watch this video for more news about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Russia has threatened to hit the International Criminal Court in The Hague with a hypersonic missile because it wants to arrest President Vladimir Putin. A few hours earlier, the German Justice Minister had said that the NATO country could arrest Vladimir Putin if he dared to step on its land. “Gentlemen, everyone walks under God and missiles. It is possible that a Russian ship in the North Sea could aim hypersonic Oniks at the court building in The Hague. It can’t be brought down, though. And the court is just a bad international group, not the people of a NATO nation. They won’t start a war because of this, “Dmitry Medvedev, the former president of Russia, wrote this on Telegram.

As tensions between the U.S. and China rise, Australia, which is a close ally of the U.S., has said that it has not promised the U.S. as part of the Aukus deal that it would join its top ally in a future war over Taiwan. The Deputy Prime Minister of Australia said that Canberra had not made such a promise to the U.S. Richard Marles said these things as he kept defending Australia’s plan to get nuclear-powered submarines over a long period of time with help from the US and UK. See this video for more information.

Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, was in charge of two days of military drills that were meant to “simulate a nuclear counterattack.” The United States and South Korea are doing their biggest-ever joint military drills at the same time as the latest drills. North Korea also fired a short-range ballistic missile with a fake nuclear warhead as part of its drills. The drills were Pyongyang’s fourth show of force during drills between the U.S. and South Korea. The leader of North Korea said that the country would only reach its goals “when the nuclear force is perfected as a way to actually attack the enemy.” He said this with confidence. See this video for more information.

The U.S.-led West is angry about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent trips to Mariupol, Ukraine, and Crimea. In response, Putin has threatened the U.S.-led West. Putin said in an interview that Russia didn’t have any hypersonic weapons in 2014, but it does now and hasn’t used them in a war yet. Putin drove around Mariupol over the weekend to check on the progress of Russia’s “special military operation.” Check out this video to learn more.

Protests over the plan to arrest Imran Khan are now happening in both Pakistan and Britain. Hundreds of people who support Imran Khan hold a protest in front of the home of Nawaz Sharif, the brother of the current prime minister of Pakistan, Shehbaz Sharif. During the protest at Nawaz’s London home, pro-Imran chants were heard. Some supporters of Imran held a protest outside the house of the former Pakistani prime minister in London on Sunday night.

As the massive search for Khalistani preacher Amritpal Singh goes on for a third day, security agencies have revealed some shocking facts about the case. Intelligence agencies say that Amritpal Singh was putting together his own army, which he called the Anandpur Khalsa Force (AKF). Even weapons and jackets with AKF markings were found by the police. Sources say that Amritpal used drug rehab centres and a gurudwara to store weapons and train young people to become “human bombs.” See this video for more information.

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