Sports Focus 1-Südkorea lets Jets rise from China and Russia
Canada monitoring as Poland says ‘Russia-made’ missile killed 2 in explosion
Polish media reported that two people died Tuesday afternoon after a projectile struck an area where grain was drying in Przewodow, a Polish village near the border with Ukraine.Poland's foreign ministry said early Wednesday that a "Russia-made missile" was responsible for Tuesday's explosion in Przewodow, a Polish village near the border with Ukraine, that killed two people. Russia was striking Ukraine's energy facilities throughout the day with its biggest barrage of missiles yet, hitting targets from east to west and causing widespread blackouts.
Seoul: Russian and Chinese jets in air defense zone
Moscow: Having china patrol flights
no violation of the actual airspace
Russian long-range bomber Flights involved
(NEW: Statement of Russia, background)
SEoul, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Two Chinese and six Russian fighter planes have entered South Korea's airspace monitoring zone on Wednesday. South Korea then had its own jets ascended, the military staff said in Seoul. South Korea's actual airspace was not injured. The Ministry of Defense in Moscow announced that Russian and Chinese fighter planes had held patrol flights over the Japanese and the East China Sea together. At times, the aircraft, including long -haul bombers of the Tupolew 95 type, were accompanied by Kampjet's "Foreign States". However, the Russian and Chinese aircraft had strictly adhered to international law requirements and did not violate foreign air spaces.
Arctic power play: High north and high stakes
As climate change reshapes our planet, the geopolitical landscape is also changing. In Canada’s north - the melting ice has led to a power play for influence and resources.The sixty-five crew members and sailors with the Royal Canadian Navy, were on board HMCS Margaret Brooke, one of six new icebreaker ships in Canada’s Arctic fleet. They travelled through some of the earth’s most unforgiving waters at the northernmost edge of North America.
, according to the South Korean military, repeated Chinese H-6 bombers in the air defense zone Kadiz in the early morning, which complements South Korea's airspace as a kind of buffer zone. A few hours later, they were accompanied by Russian jets, including SU-35 fight jets in addition to the TU 95 bombers. The aircraft group left the Kadiz again after 18 minutes.
Russia does not recognize South Korea's air defense zone. China, on the other hand, has explained that the Kadiz is not a territorial airspace South Korea and should therefore apply there for all countries. According to China and Russia, their fighter planes have regularly hold joint practice maneuvers. (Report by Hyonhee Shin, edited by Christian Rüttger, edited by Kerstin Dörr. If you have any questions, please contact our editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org (for politics and economy) or email@example.com (for companies and markets).)
Gen. Petraeus says Ukraine, military readiness top priorities for NDAA, vax mandate outrage ‘manufactured’ .
Former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus spoke with Fox News Digital about top priorities that should be included in the National Defense Authorization Act.Former CIA Director Petraeus, who served for 37 years in the U.S. Army, spoke with Fox News Digital at the Aspen Security Forum in Washington, D.C., Thursday about top priorities that should be included in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which will be up for a final vote in the Senate before lawmakers leave town for the holidays.