In the Polish Armed Forces, around 90% of its highest servicemen have been substituted, as the country’s Defence Ministry performs was changes in the Polish army.
On Thursday, 23 February, Latvia’s parliament ratified the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has warned that to avert famine in several African nations and Yemen, the organisation would need 4.4 billion U.S. dollars.
Moscow city local government in Russia has decided to demolish some 8,000 blocks of flats built in the 1950s and 1960s in a massive programme that plans to rehouse 1.6 million people over the coming years.
The leader of nationalist Dutch Party for Freedom, Geert Wilders, which is expected to emerge as the most popular party in upcoming Dutch parliamentary election, has seen his location allegedly leaked to a Moroccan criminal gang.
Microbiologists in Finland have extensively analysed the health of school teachers and stated that it has been scientifically proved for the first time that there is a direct connection between the quality of air in rooms and human health.
Women in South Korea would be the first among other countries to reach an average life expectancy of over 90 years, scientists conclude.
Oil prices around the world had no unified tendency in the morning on Tuesday, 21 February. Optimism regarding the ability of oil exporter organizations and oil producer countries to realize the agreement on reduction of oil volumes does remain on the market.
The ceasefire announced in eastern Ukraine has reduced fighting in the Donbas war, but Ukrainian army has reported of one killed soldier.