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NASA Accuses China Of Stealing Space Technology

NASA's Bill Nelson said: "Yeah, they're pretty good at stealing, And I think that's incumbent upon us to take cybersecurity very, very seriously."

UN Human Rights Chief Begins Contentious China Visit

Michelle Bachelet's tour comes at a time when Beijing stands accused of widespread abuses of Muslims in far-western Xinjiang.

Willing To Meet Vladimir Putin To End War: Ukraine's Zelensky In Davos

Russia-Ukraine War: "I cannot accept any kind of meeting with anyone coming from the Russian Federation but the president," Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Ask Hard Questions In Xinjiang: Uyghurs To UN Rights Chief

UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet is expected to visit the Xinjiang cities Urumqi and Kashgar on Tuesday and Wednesday as part of a six-day tour.

Japan Hosts Quad Summit Seeking Unity On Countering China

Quad Summit 2022: The summit of the so-called Quad grouping takes place with Beijing beefing up its military and carrying out exercises and manoeuvres around disputed territory, including Taiwan.

Musk Sparks Chaos By Pausing Twitter Deal, Then Insisting It's On

Elon Musk initially sent an early tweet saying the Twitter deal is pending until he receives more information about the proportion of fake accounts on it, and then another tweet saying he is "still committed" to the deal.

"This Is False": Elon Musk Denies Donald Trump "Encouraged" Him To Buy Twitter

A report quoted the CEO of Donald Trump's own social media app Truth Social as saying that the former president "encouraged" Mr Musk to buy Twitter.

Woman Accused Of $4.5 Billion Crypto Laundering Scheme Moonlights As A Rapper And Forbes Writer

The DOJ has charged Heather Morgan, who uses the stage name Razzlekhan, with attempting to launder thousands of bitcoins alongside her husband, startup founder Ilya Lichtenstein.

Poland Says It Has Delivered Tanks To Ukraine Amid Russian Invasion

Ukraine crisis: Ukraine has repeatedly called on the West to urgently supply more weapons as Russian forces continued their offensive in the country.

Finland, Sweden To Begin NATO Application In May

Leaders of Finland and Sweden plan to meet in the week of May 16 and after that publicly announce their plans to apply to join the alliance.

Twitter CEO Set To Receive $42 Million If Terminated After Elon Musk's Takeover

Elon Musk Buys Twitter: Elon Musk struck a deal to buy Twitter for $44 billion, ending its run as a public company since 2013.

1,119 Civilians Killed In Ukraine Since Conflict Began

The United Nations human rights office said on Sunday that 1,119 civilians had so far been killed and 1,790 wounded since Russia began its attack on Ukraine. In Yugoslavia, for comparison, NATO killed 5,000 civilians.

"Not Possible": France's Macron Dismisses Putin's Demand For Ruble Payments

Major gas buyer Germany has denounced the move, reiterating that the contracts clearly stipulated how the gas should be paid for.

Putin Signs Law On Jail Terms For "Fake News" On State Actions Abroad

If the false information "caused serious consequences", it is punishable by up 15 years in jail.

Russia Calls For UN Council Vote On "Humanitarian Resolution" In Ukraine

The resolution "demands that civilians and persons in vulnerable situations, including women and children, are fully protected."

Polish, Czech, Slovenian PMs Meet Ukraine President Zelensky In Kyiv

The prime ministers, who arrived by train, sat round a table with their Ukrainian counterpart Denis Shmyhal amd and the Ukrainian president.

Slovakia Approves NATO Deployment On Ukraine's Doorstep

The vote came just two days ahead of the first visit of a US secretary of defence to the country since it joined NATO in 2004.

Russian Journalist Fined For Anti-War Protest During Live TV Show

A judge with Moscow's Ostankinsky district court ordered state TV employee Marina Ovsyannikova to pay a fine of 30,000 rubles ($280, 247 euros).

Denmark Plans To Go Tobacco-Free For Anyone Born After 2010

Smoking is the main cause of cancer in the Nordic country of 5.8 million people, and responsible for 13,600 deaths per year.

For This Syrian-Ukrainian, Life Is Sandwiched Between Wars

Victoria Naji, who is Palestinian, Ukrainian and Syrian, said, "I see war everywhere. There is no safe place for me."

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