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Ethiopia told Exploit Everything But Arms (EBA) market scheme by the European Union

The European Union is the second largest trading partner and export destination to Ethiopia. The country exports 20 percent of its goods with the total worth of 130 billion Bir. The head added that the EU is looking forward to an increased partnership and engagement with Ethiopia in many spheres. The European Union Delegation Head

Turkey under pressure to approve Sweden’s membership to NATO

Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said NATO wants to bring Sweden into the fold by the time allied leaders meet in Lithuania on July 11-12. NATO on Thursday ramped up pressure on member nation Turkey to drop its objections to Sweden’s membership as the military organization seeks to deal with the issue by the time U.S. President

Amazon to pay the US Federal Trade Commission $25m over child privacy violations

The Amazon agreed to pay the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) after it was accused of failing to delete Alexa recordings at the request of parents. Amazon’s doorbell camera unit Ring will also pay out after giving employees unrestricted access to customers’ data. Ring will pay $5.8m to authorities, according to a filing in federal

Artificial intelligence a threat to humanity

Artificial intelligence could lead to the extinction of humanity, experts – including the heads of OpenAI and Google Deepmind – have warned. Many other experts  believe that fears of AI wiping out humanity are unrealistic, and a distraction from issues such as bias in systems that are already a problem. Media coverage of the supposed

Elon Musk trip to China

Mr Musk is the latest high-profile US executive to make a trip to China. JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon is also in China this week, while Apple boss Tim Cook visited the country in March. Tesla chief executive Elon Musk is in China, as he makes his first trip to the world’s second largest

Russia banned from operating consulate generals in Germany

From the end of the year, Russia will only be allowed to operate the embassy in Berlin as well as one of its five consulates genera. In response to the expulsion of German diplomatic staff, the government has banned Russia from operating four consulates general in Germany, a Foreign Office spokesman said in Berlin. The

NATO to deploy additional troops in Kosovo

The local population, which is almost exclusively Serb, was expressing its anger at the installation of new mayors from Albanian parties. The elections had been boycotted by almost all Serbs, and turnout was just 3.5%. NATO plans to deploy hundreds more soldiers to Kosovo, after 30 members of its KFOR unit were injured in violent

Russia to defend Belarus leader Lukashenko incase of an uprising

On May 25th, Russia moved forward with its plan to deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus that President Vladimir Putin had announced in March, While the nuclear weapons being moved to Belarus are only tactical in nature and don’t have the same destructive power as more traditional devices, they are still worrying. Russia will support Alexander

China “Spies” on USA critical infrastructure

In the advisory, western intelligence agencies warned that a state-sponsored group of hackers known as Volt Typhoon had accessed America’s critical infrastructure sectors. The western intelligence agencies said private sector partners had identified the activity and warned Volt Typhoon could target other critical infrastructure sectors worldwide. A group of Chinese state-sponsored hackers have been spying

Creation of South American currency

 Brazilian leader -Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva organized the South America Summit to help revive the Unasur bloc, which had largely become defunct after it was shunned by right-wing leaders in recent years. Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has proposed creating a regional trade currency for South America at a summit of regional