Floods hit Turkey’s Black Sea coast

Several provinces in northern Turkey are battling floods, with national media reporting rescues and evacuations for residents of Bozkurt in Kastamonu province on June 27. Footage recorded by Enes Volkan Gedik showed people standing in calf-high water in the central district of Bozkurt, a town on the Black Sea coast, on Monday. Anadolu reported residents … Read more

Floods hit Turkey’s Black Sea coast

Several provinces in northern Turkey are battling floods, with national media reporting rescues and evacuations for residents of Bozkurt in Kastamonu province on June 27. Footage recorded by Enes Volkan Gedik showed people standing in calf-high water in the central district of Bozkurt, a town on the Black Sea coast, on Monday. Anadolu reported residents … Read more

Ukraine War: Close ally of Vladimir Putin calls for ‘hit London first in WWII’ in Russian media

A close political ally of Putin and a reservist general has called for a major western city to be hit first in World War III. A close Putin political ally and reservist general has called for London to be the first hit in a Third World War. MP Andrey Gurulyov, 54, a member of the … Read more

Australian holidays in crisis amid worrying price spike

Holidays in Australia are in crisis as the cost of accommodation explodes to exorbitant levels and airports are hit with a large number of canceled flights. Holidays in Australia are in crisis as the cost of accommodation soars to exorbitant levels and airports are hit with scores of canceled flights amid crippling labor shortages. It … Read more

Michael Fullilove of the Lowy Institute speaks on the extradition of Julian Assange at the National Press Club

A prominent Australian critic of Julian Assange has issued a new warning about the detained WikiLeaks founder. A leading foreign policy analyst and prominent critic of Julian Assange has said the detained WikiLeaks founder should not be the Australian government’s “only priority”. The Lowy Institute’s executive director, Michael Fullilove, has urged the Albanian government to … Read more

Ukraine war: Volodymyr Zelensky castigates Israel for its refusal to sanction Russia

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky didn’t mince words when he criticized one country in particular for its refusal to sanction Russia. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stepped up his criticism of Israel’s refusal to sanction Russia on Thursday, during a speech by the Jewish leader at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Zelensky’s speech four months into Russia’s … Read more

PGA reveals overhaul in response to golf war with LIV, Greg Norman | Rory McIlroy slams Brooks Koepka

The PGA Tour is hitting back at Greg Norman and his Saudi friends, announcing a sweeping overhaul as a golf war erupts. PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has announced a sweeping overhaul of the Tour in a bid to deter players from defecting to the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series, as Rory McIlroy slammed some players … Read more

A 22-year-old mother’s ‘struggle’ as her millionaire husband is detained on money laundering charges

A young mum who had 22 children with the help of surrogates found herself in conflict after her millionaire husband was arrested. A 22-year-old mum whose millionaire husband was arrested for money laundering has admitted life is ‘tough’. Russian Kristina Ozturk, 24, lived with her 57-year-old husband, Galip Ozturk, in a picturesque coastal town in … Read more

Tennis: Australians got off to a good start in Wimbledon qualifying

Three Australian men are two wins away from the Wimbledon main draw after winning their first round qualifying matches. Australia’s hopes of a double-digit presence in the Wimbledon men’s singles draw are alive, with three out of four players winning their first round qualifying matches. Second seed Jason Kubler, No. 30 seed Max Purcell and … Read more

Socceroos Vs Peru, Andrew Redmayne’s Water Bottle Number ‘Discussed Weeks Ago’, Thrown Into Crowd

Andrew Redmayne became an instant Australian hero when he saved Australia in the World Cup, but his devious act divided the world. Socceroos and Gray Wiggle goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne became an instant Australian cult hero last week when his save sent Australia to their fifth consecutive World Cup. Substituted in the match by Australian skipper … Read more