Russia, the world's biggest exporter of energy, may cut oil production and will refuse to sell oil to any country which imposes the West's price cap on Russian oil, President Vladimir Putin said on Friday. The Group of Seven and Australia last week agreed a $60 per barrel price cap on Russian seaborne crude oil after European Union members overcame resistance from Poland.
The war is a testing-ground for new applications
Investigators say a coup dtat was being planned
The company is one of only a handful in Germany to have a license for the production of this green gold, which has been legal in Germany for medicinal use since 2017.
Despite war, inflation, recession and a gas-strapped winter, it is faring rather well
But the battle is bloody and pointless
UK police said they had arrested a 20-year-old man on suspicion of common assault, after an egg was allegedly thrown towards King Charles III on Tuesday during a walkabout. The arrest in Luton, north of London, came less than a month after the monarch narrowly avoided being hit by eggs lobbed in his direction during a visit to York in northern England.
Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu said on Tuesday that Ukraine was continuing to shell the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, deliberately creating the threat of a possible nuclear catastrophe.
The Hospital Centre of Versailles -- which consists of Andre-Mignot Hospital, Richaud Hospital and the Despagne Retirement Home -- was affected by the hacking attempt, said the complex's management. The regional health agency (ARS) said the Andre-Mignot Hospital had cancelled operations, but was doing everything possible to keep walk-in services and consultations running.
Vladimir Putin hopes to freeze civilians by bombing power infrastructure