Florida wants to ban social media for children under 16
State Governor Ron DeSantis is sceptical of this legislation.
White House: Biden and G7 leaders to hold consultations on Ukraine on 24 February
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also take part in the telephone talks.
Houthis confirm attack on two US ships
An unnamed official of the Houthi movement Ansar Allah confirmed the attack on two US Air Force ships in the Gulf of Aden, Al Masirah reported.
Prince William appeared without wife Kate at the BAFTA Awards
The Princess of Wales underwent surgery earlier this year and is still recovering her health.
Egypt is building a wall near Rafah in southern Gaza
Egyptian authorities have begun building a wall near Rafah in southern Gaza, The New York Times reported.
Sentinel-2 satellite showed unique footage
The European Sentinel-2 satellite has revealed footage showing a fiery fault on the surface of the earth in Iceland.
More than 500 passengers have already taken direct flights to Georgia from Ufa
The first direct flight to Tbilisi from Ufa departed on 26 January 2024.
FRG Chancellor Scholz: Germany will spend more than 2% of GDP on defence in 2024
The German special defence fund now stands at €100 billion and 80% has already been spent.
Britain's King Charles III attended a church service for the first time since being diagnosed with cancer
Buckingham Palace is still not saying exactly what type of cancer the monarch has been diagnosed with.
King III will not treat cancer with proven methods
The British are concerned: Charles III has decided to abandon the traditional method of treating cancer in favour of an experimental one.
Tourists will be able to buy gold bars in Uzbekistan
This decision was made by the country's leader Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
Tucker Carlson's interview with Putin will be released soon
Journalist Tucker Carlson said that the conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin will last two hours, and the interview itself will be epic. This was reported by American journalist Alex Jones
Almost a thousand lorries waiting to pass through the border between Russia and Georgia
Over 600 vehicles are in special car parks.
Hamas has not approved the draft truce with Israel
The radical Palestinian movement Hamas did not agree to the terms of the truce agreement in the Gaza Strip, which was negotiated in Paris. This was reported by Al Mayadeen.
The London government has announced an implacable fight against bedbugs
Several government offices in London have been overrun by hordes of bedbugs.
Charles III plans to abdicate
Britain's King Charles III is not going to stay on the throne until his death, following his mother's example. Former royal butler Paul Burrell said that in the next 10 years the monarch intends to abdicate in favour of Prince William.
Visa subsidiary Currencycloud has restricted money transfers to and from Kazakhstan
This is stated on the company's website.
«Either you propose or I'll kill myself»: mother forced her son to marry
In China, the mother of a man surnamed Xiaojing went to extreme lengths to force her son to marry a girl he had no feelings for.
Toyota engine data proved to be falsified
Japanese car manufacturer Toyota was forced to suspend deliveries of ten models of its products due to suspicions of incorrect data that were specified during the certification of some components.
The Republican Party National Committee will declare Donald Trump a candidate for the US presidential election
The draft resolution was released on Thursday, 25 January.
White House plans to pull troops out of Syria
The United States is considering a complete withdrawal of troops from Syria. A final decision has not yet been made, but sources in the Defense Ministry and State Department said the White House was not interested in extending the mission.
Putin reminded Belgium of a long-standing treaty that will make Brussels pay its bills
Under the current 1989 agreement, all assets that Russia has placed in the Benelux states must be protected from any form of confiscation.
Argentine president prepared «shock» reforms for the economy
Argentine President Javier Milay is planning more than 300 «shock» reforms because of the threat of a fatal collapse of the economy and a 30-year record inflation rate of 211%.