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Anadolu Agency’s Morning Briefing - March 10, 2023

Anadolu Agency’s Morning Briefing - March 10, 2023
Daily briefing on latest developments around world

ANKARA (AA) - Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments around the world.​​​​​​​

Georgia’s ruling party Georgian Dream announced that it will withdraw its draft bill on foreign agents amid mass protests in the capital Tbilisi.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese confirmed that he will meet with US President Joe Biden early next week in San Diego, California.

China said it had lodged an “official complaint” with the Netherlands over what Beijing called the “politicization” of trade and technology.

A World Health Organization (WHO) global report on sodium intake reduction shows that the planet is off track to achieve its worldwide target of reducing by 30% consumption of the nutrient by 2025.

International Migration Organization (IOM) Director General Antonio Vitorino and UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi will pay a solidarity visit to quake-hit Türkiye.

Moldova’s breakaway Transnistria region accused Ukraine of carrying out an attack on its leadership and said the attack has been thwarted.

Nigeria’s election commission has postponed the March 11 election for state governors, the country’s election commission said.

Bangsamoro has formally adopted an electoral code which is seen as another step toward cementing the foundation for the establishment of an autonomous region in the southern Philippines.

North Korea on Thursday fired another suspected short-range ballistic missile toward the Yellow Sea, the South Korean military said.

Türkiye is making efforts to extend the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which is set to expire on March 18, the country's national defense minister said.

NATO countries launched a crisis management exercise to test the alliance's consultation and decision-making procedures at the strategic political-military level, said a statement.

Israeli police on Thursday arrested 13 protesters during rallies against government plans to introduce judicial changes.

Germany has lost popularity as a destination for highly skilled migrants, entrepreneurs and start-ups from abroad, according to the results of an international study.

At least 36 people were killed in an overnight attack by suspected Ugandan rebels of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, authorities and a security mapping monitor said.

Azerbaijan said Armenia, by shelling military positions of the country on the Azerbaijan-Armenia border and in Karabakh, artificially escalated tensions in the region.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and employees of the UN Secretariat General are evading questions about the explosions of the Nord Stream gas pipelines, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.

Azerbaijan rejected a statement by the Armenian Foreign Ministry released Wednesday, saying Yerevan’s claims aimed to cover up the country’s occupation policy.

Ukraine’s national energy provider said power flow to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant was restored, which was disconnected after Russian missile attacks in several regions.

Finland and Sweden should take steps to address Türkiye's security concerns, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said.

Nigerian officials said that six people have been confirmed dead from an accident involving a train and a Lagos state staff bus.

US President Joe Biden unveiled his request for $6.9 trillion to fund the federal government during the next fiscal year, though it would not reduce the national deficit until 2026.

The Italian government approved a new decree aimed at cracking down on human traffickers, toughening jail terms for smugglers to avoid new tragedies at sea after the one that killed at least 72 migrants last month.

Canadian police said they are investigating reports of two Chinese “police stations” allegedly used to threaten and intimidate Chinese Canadians in the North American country.

Tech billionaire Elon Musk is planning to build his own town outside of Austin in the US state of Texas, according to a The Wall Street Journal report Thursday.

Xi Jinping clinched a third term as China’s president after being re-elected at the 14th National People's Congress on Friday.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Thursday that his country would stay out of the Russia-Ukraine war and continue to veto sanctions that harm Budapest’s interests.

source: News Feed
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