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Biometric Surveillance Bill Passes in Europe

The European Parliament (EP) passed the AI Act, which many believe allows "law enforcement the introduction of error-prone facial surveillance and facial recognition camera software in public spaces," as Member of Parliament Patrick Breyer said.

Sweden Expected to Join NATO

Sweden is set to become the 32nd member of NATO following more than a year of negotiations.

Ukraine to Enter NATO After Conflict With Russia Ends

The Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Jens Stoltenberg announced that Ukraine will be joining the alliance after it concludes its war with Russia.

Tesla Reportedly Looking to Create More Affordable Electric Vehicles

According to Reuters, Tesla is looking to build a more affordable electric vehicle (EV).

Russia’s Currency Weakens to 16-Month Low

The Russian ruble continues to feel the pressure of global economic factors.

Germany to Discard 200 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses, Faces Multi-Billion Euro Loss

This lack of concrete figures stems from the fact that federal states and healthcare providers are not mandated to report wastage of vaccines.

European Central Bank President Blames ‘Climate Change’ for Inflation

Climate change narrative, proven wrong for decades, now being used to force globalist financial policy.

European Commission Announces $55 Billion Package for Ukraine

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has introduced a $54.5 billion fund until 2027 for Ukraine.

Russia and China Shift Trade to National Currencies, Reducing Dollar Reliance

Roughly 70% of cross-border transactions between the two nations are now taking place in rubles or yuan.

Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner Slaps Meta Platforms with Record $1.3 Billion Fine, Orders Data Transfer Halt

The Silicon Valley tech giant has been given a five-month deadline to halt all user data transfers to the United States.

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