Pentagon proposes training 2,500 Ukrainian troops per month: CBS News Flash Dec. 1, 2022

Pentagon proposes training 2,500 Ukrainian troops per month: CBS News Flash Dec.  1, 2022

Pentagon proposes training 2,500 Ukrainian troops per month: CBS News Flash Dec. 1, 2022 – CBS News Watch CBS News The Pentagon has proposed training 2,500 Ukrainian soldiers every month in Germany. A judge declared a mistrial in a case against “That 70s Show” star Danny Masterson, who had pleaded not guilty to charges of … Read more

Are China’s lockdown protests the beginning of the end for Xi Jinping? – POLITICO

Are China’s lockdown protests the beginning of the end for Xi Jinping?  – POLITICO

The wave of demonstrations across China demanding an end to the draconian zero-COVID measures is like nothing the country has seen in decades. From university campuses to busy streets in the downtown areas, people held up pieces of white paper as a symbol of protest after a deadly fire in a Xinjiang neighborhood under lockdown. … Read more

Europe’s anti-American itch – POLITICO

Europe’s anti-American itch – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. BERLIN — It’s gotten cold in Europe, the economy is tanking and the natives are getting restless. There’s only one answer: Blame America. Pointing across the Atlantic has long been a favorite diversionary tactic for Europe’s political elites when things start to get dicey … Read more

Qatar to supply liquefied natural gas to Germany from 2026

Qatar to supply liquefied natural gas to Germany from 2026

DOHA, Qatar — Qatar is to supply liquefied natural gas to Germany under a 15-year deal signed Tuesday as the European economic powerhouse scrambles to replace Russian gas supplies that have been cut during the ongoing war in Ukraine. Officials gave no dollar value for the deal, which would begin in 2026. Under the agreement, … Read more

Germany ‘needs better rules’ for citizenship: Scholz – POLITICO

Germany ‘needs better rules’ for citizenship: Scholz – POLITICO

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Saturday called for reforms to the country’s citizenship regulations, a day after the Interior Ministry said draft legislation on the citizenship process was “as good as ready.” “Naturalization needs better rules,” Scholz said in a tweet Saturday. “It’s about respect and, of course, about our prosperity. Because all these women … Read more

What World Cup Games Are Happening Today? Match Schedule for November 27 – NBC Chicago

What World Cup Games Are Happening Today?  Match Schedule for November 27 – NBC Chicago

Sunday’s World Cup action is lining up to be a riveting one. Following Saturday’s four-game slate that ended a four-day streak of at least one 0-0 game, goals became slightly more common. Australia’s first-half goal was enough to get three points against Tunisia, Robert Lewandowski got Poland on the board with a 2-0 win over … Read more

Gone In 9 Minutes: Hundreds Of Ancient Gold Coins Stolen In Lightning Raid On Museum

Gone In 9 Minutes: Hundreds Of Ancient Gold Coins Stolen In Lightning Raid On Museum

BERLIN (AP) — Thieves who broke into a southern German museum and stole hundreds of ancient gold coins got in and out in nine minutes without raising the alarm, officials said Wednesday, in a further sign that the heist was the work of organized criminals. Police have launched an international hunt for the thieves and … Read more

After upset win over Germany in World Cup, Japanese players leave dressing room “spotless”

After upset win over Germany in World Cup, Japanese players leave dressing room “spotless”

Japan’s 2-1 comeback victory over powerhouse Germany at the Qatar World Cup Wednesday shocked the soccer world, but its win was not the only thing which grabbed some attention. Following the victory, the Japanese soccer team took the time to clean its dressing room, FIFA reported. A picture shared by FIFA showed the locker room … Read more

GLOBAL MARKETS-European shares sit pretty, govt bond yields edge off recent lows

GLOBAL MARKETS-European shares sit pretty, govt bond yields edge off recent lows

European stocks were on track for a sixth successive week of gains on Friday and government bond yields globally traded near multi-week lows as investors reacted to positive data and signs central banks may not hike rates as aggressively as feared. The 10-year US Treasury yield dipped to 3.65% after the Thanksgiving holiday, its … Read more