Polls show decrease in Israeli adolescents’ desire for combat service
Zionist media sources have announced that the desire for doing military service by Israeli adolescents has experienced a decrease in 2022.
Death Toll in Turkey, Syria Quake May Hit 10,000: USGS
The total death toll from an earthquake that rocked southeast Turkey and northern Syria on Monday could reach as high as 10,000 people, the US Geological Survey (USGS) has estimated.
Majority of Democratic US Voters Say Biden Shouldn’t Run for Reelection: Survey
A majority of Democratic voters do not want US President Joe Biden to seek a second term, according to a new survey.
Civil aviation authority announces reason for temporary halting of Lufthansa flights to Iran
Civil Aviation Organization of Iran (CAOI) in a statement announced the reason for the temporary halting of Lufthansa flights to Iran.
Aviation Authority issues communique on Tashkent-Dubai flight's landing in Shiraz
The Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) issued a communique on the emergency landing of a Tashkent-Dubai flight in Shiraz, announcing: This has been a serious event, that is under joint survey by CAO and UAE.
Only 4% of Brits Are Happy with Truss Election, Poll Shows
Half of Britons are dissatisfied with the fact that Liz Truss will become the new Prime Minister of Great Britain, and only 4% are very happy with her election, following a YouGov survey.
US confirms its unmanned vessels stopped by Iranian military forces
The United States on Friday confirmed that two of its navy survey vessels were briefly stopped and then freed by the Iranian military forces.
88 Percent Say US Is on Wrong Track: Survey
Nearly 9 in 10 Americans say the country is headed on the wrong track, according to a survey from Monmouth University Poll released on Tuesday.
58 Percent of US Voters Open to Backing Independent Candidate If Faced with Biden, Trump: Poll
Fifty-eight percent of US voters said they were open to supporting a moderate, independent presidential candidate in a contest between President Biden and former President Trump, according to a new Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey released exclusively to The Hill on Monday.
Global Military Spending Passes $2T for First Time: Survey
Global military expenditure reached an all-time high of over $2 trillion in 2021, according to an international survey released Monday.