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02.07.2022 06:12 News >> Anadolu Agency's Morning Briefing – July 2, 2022

Anadolu Agency's Morning Briefing – July 2, 2022

Daily briefing on the latest developments around the world.

Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments around the world.
The US Defense Department announced $820 million in additional security assistance for Ukraine, Pentagon Press Secretary Todd Breasseale said.
At least 21 people were killed in two Russian missile strikes in Ukraine's Odesa region, a Ukrainian official said.
Ukraine accused Russia of firing phosphorus bombs on Snake Island, according to media reports.
Signing a memorandum to address Türkiye's terrorism concerns was the first step, and now it is time for Sweden and Finland to implement their commitments, the Turkish president said.
As a result of Türkiye's efforts in Madrid, PKK/PYD/YPG and FETO were written off as terror groups in NATO's records for the first time, said the Turkish president.
A senior Turkish diplomat rejected allegations that Türkiye used F-16 jets as a bargaining chip for signing a memorandum that paved the way for Sweden and Finland's accession to NATO.
The EU condemned civilian deaths in the conflict in Syria.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris to mend ties after tensions rose concerning a scrapped submarine deal last year.
The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) presented to the UN proposals for cooperation with the Greek Cypriot administration on hydrocarbons, electricity, renewable energy and water based on a two-state solution.
Protesters raided the House of Representatives in Tobruk in eastern Libya.
One of Germany's leading news websites has published a story featuring the inner face of the YPG/PKK terror organization.
Nigeria and Germany signed a historic declaration in Berlin that will pave the way for the return of 1,130 Benin Bronze artifacts to Nigeria.
Turkish and Armenian officials have agreed to open the land border for third-country citizens visiting both countries as soon as possible, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said.
Three people were killed when a magnitude-6.1 earthquake struck the southern city of Hormozgan in Iran, according to media reports.
The UN human rights chief urged the Taliban to respect the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan.
The European Region remains the center of the expanding monkeypox outbreak, and the World Health Organization said that efforts are needed to prevent the disease from establishing itself across a growing geographical area.
WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange has appealed the UK Home Office's decision to extradite him to the US on espionage charges.
Nuclear-armed nations are projected to seek out more weapons in the coming decade, although there has been a drastic decline in the number of nuclear warheads worldwide during the past 50 years
The COVID-19 outbreak in North Korea began with citizens coming into contact with "alien things" near the border with South Korea, state media in Pyongyang reported. -



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