Russia unhappy with Black Sea grain deal Russia says it is unhappy with how the Black Sea grain deal is being implemented.
Russia still unhappy with Black Sea grain deal

Unhappy that economic sanctions placed on its exports remain in place, Russia is threatening to walk away from the Black Sea grain deal.

Montenegro holds snap parliamentary vote that could determine its EU path

PODGORICA, Montenegro (AP) - Montenegro is holding an early parliamentary election Sunday, a vote that could provide indications of whether the small NATO member in the Balkans will overcome the deep political divisions and instability that have hampered its route to joining the European Union.

Three killed in Russian drone attack on Odesa: Ukraine

Debris from a drone attack on the Black Sea city of Odesa have caused a fire in an apartment block, killing three civilians, the Ukrainian military says.

James Cameron felt ambushed by Argentine lithium miners

US director James Cameron says lithium mine operators who attempted to attach his star power to their cause on a visit to Argentina have achieved the opposite.

Indonesian volcano spews ash, lava in new eruption

Indonesia’s Anak Krakatau is spewing ash in its longest eruption since 2018, when the volcano between Java and Sumatra triggered a deadly tsunami.

Drunk, naked Aussie deported by Indonesia Australian surfer Bodhi Mani Risby-Jones was deported after a drunken naked rampage in Indonesia.
Drunk and naked Aussie surfer deported by Indonesia

An Australian surfer’s apologies for injuring a fisherman he during a drunken naked rampage in Indonesia, he is considered part of the family, he says.

Pope continues post-surgery recovery in hospital; faithful await his video message

ROME (AP) - Pope Francis spent another good night in the Rome hospital where he is recovering from abdominal surgery, the Vatican said Saturday.