The revival of the controversial Iran nuclear deal has been going on for months, and the EU has expressed hope that a deal will be reached within days. But in the face of EU optimism, Iran demanded “stronger assurances”. In other news, the Russo-Ukraine war and U.S. military aid to Kyiv have left U.S. arsenals at uncomfortably low levels, officials say, jeopardizing U.S. military readiness in the face of danger. I am afraid that
Meanwhile, months after Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial, Depp’s ex-girlfriend, Kate Moss, revealed that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor hid a diamond necklace between her buttocks to harass her. I’ve revealed how it surprised me.
Finally, news from the world of sports about the fines imposed on Indian and Pakistani cricket teams after the Asian Cup opener.
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EU to negotiate nuclear deal in ‘days’, Iran demands ‘stronger guarantees’
European Union policy chief Josep Borrell expressed hope that the Iran nuclear deal could be revived “within days”, but Tehran called for “stronger guarantees”.
US military aid to Ukraine left country’s ammunition stocks ‘uncomfortably low’: report
The Ukraine crisis has had wide-ranging effects on many countries, but the war has depleted “American stockpiles of certain types of ammunition,” according to a recent Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report.
HMS Prince of Wales: British Warship Stopped Because Propeller Shaft Wasn’t Grease Properly, Report Says
Britain’s largest warship, HMS Prince of Wales, recently suffered mechanical problems shortly after leaving southern England. The Royal Navy described the voyage as a “groundbreaking mission” off the coast of North America and in the Caribbean.
However, it is known that the £3 billion warship “stopped off the Isle of Wight because its propeller shaft was not properly greased”.
Germany steps up preparations for Nord Stream 1 gas outage: regulator
Germany’s network regulator Klaus Mueller said on Wednesday (August 31) that the country is better prepared for disruptions to gas supplies via the Nordstream 1 pipeline. Mueller said German gas storage is now almost 85% full. He opined that the country could cope with a three-day stoppage of gas flow through the Nordstream 1 pipeline if Russia resumed deliveries from Saturday at levels of the past few weeks.
UN warns of risk of further violence in Libya
A United Nations representative expressed concern about the situation in Libya, warning that it was at risk of escalating to new violence as the country struggled to prepare for elections.
Putin says Gorbachev had a ‘great impact’ on world history.Kremlin says he was wrong about the ‘bloodthirsty’ West
Russian President Vladimir Putin has paid tribute to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, who died on August 30 at the age of 91.
Severe drought in Spain reveals ruins nearly 5,000 years old
A massive drought in Europe has completely dried up many rivers in the past few months, mostly revealing ancient structures dating back centuries. Then the stone circle resurfaced from the bottom of the river.
Ghislaine Maxwell becomes a notorious double murderer and ‘bffs’ in prison
Ghislaine Maxwell, who served a 20-year term in sex trafficking and recruiting young girls for Epstein to molest, suddenly became best friends with Narcy Novack, one of America’s most notorious female killers. rice field.
Kate Moss reveals how Johnny Depp gave him a diamond necklace hidden in his buttocks
In a recent interview with Vogue magazine, Kate Moss revealed a rather unusual occurrence from the time of their relationship. It was revealed that he had asked for it.
ICC panel-level fines for India and Pakistan overrated in Asian Cup matches
Geographical neighbors and arch-enemies India and Pakistan recently went wild under promotional banners for the Asia Cup tournament. Both teams were fined his 40% of the match fee for maintaining a throw overrate in Sunday’s Group A match.