Exclusive: UN tries to salvage Black Sea grain deal with ‘mutually beneficial’ proposal

KIEV (Reuters) – The United Nations has suggested that Kiev, Moscow and Ankara begin preparations to transport Russian ammonia through Ukraine as they try to salvage a deal that would allow safe grain exports from the Black Sea, a source close to the talks said. Wednesday. The source, who spoke to Reuters on condition of … Read more

Erdogan says the grain deal in the Black Sea has been extended for two months

Erdogan announces a two-month extension in a televised speech Russia has not yet commented on the reported extension The Black Sea Agreement helped address the global food crisis UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that a grain deal in Ukraine’s Black Sea region had been extended for another two months, … Read more

Erdogan’s rival said he had evidence of Russia’s crackdown online ahead of the Turkish elections

Türkiye holds presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14 Opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu has a slight lead He wants to maintain good relations with Russia He says the gains in Turkish assets show the market’s confidence in him ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s main rival, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, said on Friday that his … Read more

Exclusive: Wegovy, Other Weight Loss Drugs ‘No Magical Solution,’ Says WHO Central Obesity Review

LONDON (Reuters) – The head of nutrition at the World Health Organization (WHO) told Reuters that new highly effective weight-loss drugs such as Novo Nordisk (NovoPco) and Eugovi are not a “magic bullet” to combat rapidly rising global obesity rates. , as the agency conducts its first review of obesity management guidelines in more than … Read more

The World Health Organization warns of a biological threat in Sudan because the lull in the fighting allows more to flee

Sporadic fighting despite the ceasefire Sufficient calm to allow further evacuations and departures Sudanese worried about the escape of foreign observers The humanitarian situation is getting worse KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Fighting in Sudan subsided overnight after the army and a rival paramilitary force agreed to a three-day truce, allowing more Sudanese to flee on Tuesday … Read more

Afghan UN staff have been told to stay home as the Taliban cited a UN ban on women

UNITED NATIONS/KABUL, April 4 (Reuters) – The United Nations has told some 3,300 Afghan staff not to come to work in Afghanistan for the next two days after Taliban authorities indicated on Tuesday that they would implement a ban on Afghan women working in Afghanistan. world body. UN spokeswoman Stephane Dujarric told reporters in New … Read more

EXCLUSIVE: China guarantees Sri Lanka’s deal on debt remediation within the particular letter for the approaching months

COLOMBO (Reuters) – The Export-Import Financial institution of China has informed Sri Lanka that it is going to attempt to finalize within the coming months how it is going to deal with debt owed via the crisis-stricken nation, in keeping with a letter observed via Reuters and likewise reaffirmed. Suspending the cost of money owed … Read more

North Korea fires two extra missiles into the Pacific firing zone

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea fired two extra ballistic missiles off its east coast on Monday, and chief Kim Jong Un’s tough sister mentioned North Korea’s use of the Pacific Ocean as a “firing vary” would rely at the habits of US forces. The launches come simply two days after North Korea fired an intercontinental … Read more

Rescue operations dwindle in post-earthquake Turkey as help flows into Syria

Two folks have been reported rescued on Thursday The dying toll in Turkey and Syria has exceeded 42,000 The government have no longer but introduced the lacking numbers The United Countries launches one billion greenback attraction for Turkey KARAMANMRAS/ANTYAKH, Turkey (Reuters) – Two folks have been reported to have pulled alive from the rubble in … Read more