Watch Russian Army Sappers Blow Up Abandoned AmmoSputnik - May 1st 2023 7:40am EDT
Sappers of the Russian Armed Forces have already blown up over 1,000 pieces of ammunition that were apparently left by Ukrainian troops in an unspecified area of eastern Ukraine.
Kiev Lost Over 300 Soldiers Over Past 24 Hours – Russian Defense MinistrySputnik - May 1st 2023 7:30am EDT
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Russian troops have destroyed up to 330 Ukrainian soldiers, a tank, four armored combat vehicles, four cars, and a 122-mm howitzer D-30 in the Donetsk direction over the past 24 hours, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Monday.
Employers to Cut 14Mln Workplaces Worldwide by 2027 – World Economic ForumSputnik - May 1st 2023 5:51am EDT
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Employers across the globe are planning to create 69 million workplaces by 2027, while shutting down 83 million, which would result in a disappearance of 14 million workplaces or 2% of current global employment, a fresh report by the World Economic Forum has showed.
Iran Reopens Diplomatic Missions in Saudi ArabiaSputnik - May 1st 2023 5:42am EDT
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Iran reopened three diplomatic missions in Saudi Arabia on Monday, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
Zuckerberg Reportedly Loses Workforce Trust as He Steers Meta Into Morale CrisisSputnik - May 1st 2023 5:23am EDT
Meta* employees are bracing themselves for thousands of additional layoffs, as the social media firm is desperately trying to cut costs.
Philippines Will Not Turn Into ‘Staging Post’ for Anyone’s Military Campaign, President SaysSputnik - May 1st 2023 5:19am EDT
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Philippines are against military provocations and will not turn into a “staging post” for any country’s military campaign, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos said on Monday.
Hollywood on Verge of First Major Screenwriters’ Strike in 15 Years – ReportsSputnik - May 1st 2023 4:59am EDT
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Hollywood, a symbol of the cinematography business, is on the verge of a first major strike of screenwriters in 15 years as a contract between the Writers Guild of America (WGAW) and the Hollywood studios expires on Monday, business media reported.
Researchers Warn of Fake News Apocalypse Ahead, Fueled by AISputnik - May 1st 2023 4:30am EDT
Futurologists have long been warning about “Textpocalypse” – a situation when the Web will be flooded with AI-generated texts and these will be used to train new AI to generate even more text. It seems that the future is almost here.
Liz Truss Agrees to Pay $15,000 Bill for Private Use of Government Residence – ReportsSputnik - May 1st 2023 4:21am EDT
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Former UK Prime Minister Liz Truss has agreed to pay 12,000-pound ($15,000) bill for missing slippers and bathrobes as well as food and drinks from the government residence Chevening House, UK media reported on Monday.
New US Bases in Philippines May Set Asia Pacific on FireSputnik - May 1st 2023 3:00am EDT
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is due to meet his US counterpart Joe Biden on May 1. The upcoming official visit to Washington will be the first by a Philippine president in more than ten years. Marcos Jr. has already pledged to forge “an even stronger relationship” with the US.
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