Russia said on Tuesday it had negotiated a ceasefire between ex-Soviet Armenia and Azerbaijan, after renewed border clashes between the historic rivals left dozens dead.
“We hope that the agreement reached as a result of Russian mediation on a ceasefire from 09:00 Moscow time (06:00 GMT) on September 13 this year will be fully implemented,” he said. said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Moscow in a statement. and added that he was “extremely concerned” about the escalation of fighting.
Why Britons are buying white lilies before Queen Elizabeth’s funeral
Flower sales are set to boom ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral next week, as Britons rush to pay tribute to Britain’s longest-serving monarch. Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral will be held on September 19 as many world leaders are expected to flock to London for the first state funeral since British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Imran Khan Faces Pakistan Army Chief’s Term: Extends His Term Till Elections
In a shift in stance, former Pakistan Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan on Monday suggested that the tenure of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa should “extend till the elections”. In an interview with a private television channel, Khan said the appointment of the next army chief should be postponed until the new government is elected, which should then choose the new military chief, reported Geo News.
Australia could replace Queen Elizabeth’s image on banknotes with local figures
The Australian government said on Tuesday that the image of King Charles III would not automatically replace that of Queen Elizabeth II on Australian $5 notes and could be replaced by Australian figures. Watch ‘Sick old man’: Prince Andrew called to Queen’s funeral procession The Queen’s death has reignited debates about Australia’s future as a constitutional monarchy. Approximately 15 billion coins have been minted in the likeness of Queen Elizabeth II since her coronation in 1953.
Russia arrests man suspected of sending photos of military planes to Ukraine
Russia has detained a senior manager of an aviation factory on suspicion of passing secret military information to Ukraine, Russian news agencies reported Tuesday, citing the federal security agency FSB. The FSB said a man was suspected of taking pictures of equipment on Russian fighter jets and sending them to a Ukrainian national working at a Ukrainian aviation plant, according to reports.
Two Indian films at TIFF focus on the impact of Covid on society
Two and a half years after the global disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the theme has become the revealing backdrop for two Indian films premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF ), exploring the social and mental weight it has. prey National Award-winning director Rima Das’ film Tora’s Husband, which deals with layers of turmoil in a small village in Assam, had its world premiere at TIFF on 11 September.