Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told fellow European Union leaders in a letter on Monday that the EU risked becoming a “centrally managed organism run by institutions deprived of democratic control”.
Polish PM warns EU leaders of threat to bloc’s future
The Iranian foreign minister condemned recent deadly terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, raising the alarm at the rise of Daesh and other terror outfits in the conflict-ridden South Asian country.
Iran FM raises alarm at ‘dangerous’ rise of terror groups in Afghanistan
Historians and activists in France expressed disappointment that President Emmanuel Macron did not go further in his condemnation of the deadly crackdown in 1961 by Paris police on protest by Algerians, the scale of which was covered up for decades.
Macron’s condemnation of 1961 Paris massacre ‘not enough’, activists say
The Russian Defense Ministry summoned the US military attaché and pointed out the unprofessional actions of the crew of the US Navy’s destroyer Chafee that attempted to cross the Russian border in the Sea of Japan, the military agency told journalists on Friday.
Russia summons US military attaché over destroyer incident
Russia reported more than 1,000 daily COVID-related deaths for the first time since the start of the pandemic, with the country’s vaccination drive at a standstill and no restrictions in place.
Russia exceeds 1,000 daily COVID deaths for first time
Russia on Wednesday reported another record of daily coronavirus deaths amid a slow vaccination rate and authorities' reluctance to tighten restrictions.
Russia sets another daily COVID-19 deaths record

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