Home » 1. Ukraine’s Military Sinks Russian Black Sea Fleet Landing Ship 2. Biden Refuses Cognitive Test, Musk Challenges Decision 3. Indonesia’s Defense Minister Wins Presidential Election 4. Chinese High School Student Murdered in Japan 5. South Korea and Cuba Establish Diplomatic Relations 6. U.S. Sanctions Entities for Trading with Iran 7. Japan Completes Recovery of Nuclear Sewage Infiltration Soil 8. Bali Imposes Tourism Tax on Foreign Tourists 9. Mongolia on High Alert for Preventing Disasters due to Extreme Cold 10. UK Pancake Tossing Race Celebrates International Pancake Day

1. Ukraine’s Military Sinks Russian Black Sea Fleet Landing Ship 2. Biden Refuses Cognitive Test, Musk Challenges Decision 3. Indonesia’s Defense Minister Wins Presidential Election 4. Chinese High School Student Murdered in Japan 5. South Korea and Cuba Establish Diplomatic Relations 6. U.S. Sanctions Entities for Trading with Iran 7. Japan Completes Recovery of Nuclear Sewage Infiltration Soil 8. Bali Imposes Tourism Tax on Foreign Tourists 9. Mongolia on High Alert for Preventing Disasters due to Extreme Cold 10. UK Pancake Tossing Race Celebrates International Pancake Day

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Ukraine Sinks Large Russian Black Sea Fleet Landing Ship in Military Operation

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces released footage showing the sinking of the large landing ship “Kaiser Kunikov” of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in a military operation on the 14th of this month. This action comes following previous news released by Russia stating that the ship was likely hit in a new wave of attacks by the Ukrainian army. The extent of the damage to the warship is still unclear as the Russian Ministry of Defense has not released any news.

This is not the first incident of military engagement between Ukraine and Russia. Earlier this month, the Main Intelligence Service of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reported that soldiers from the 13th Special Forces Unit destroyed the missile boat “Ivanovo” of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, causing significant damage and ultimately sinking the ship.

Amidst ongoing military tensions, the 81-year-old President Joe Biden is under scrutiny for refusing to take a cognitive test. White House press secretary Jean-Pierre stated that Dr. Kevin O’Connor, the White House presidential physician, believes that there is no need for Biden to undergo such a test, citing his daily actions and ways of thinking as evidence of his cognitive abilities. However, this decision has been criticized by some, including American entrepreneur Elon Musk, who commented, “For those who control the nuclear button, passing a basic cognitive test should not be optional!”

Meanwhile, Indonesia has conducted a general election, with quick vote counting results indicating that current Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto and Sole Mayor Jibrran Raqabmin Raqqa have won the presidential and vice-presidential seats. Official results will be announced before March 20, and the new president is expected to hold an inauguration ceremony on October 20 in the new capital of Indonesia, Nusantara.

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In other news, a 17-year-old Chinese high school student was confirmed to have been murdered in Japan. The body of the student was discovered in Hamana Lake, and an investigation into the incident is ongoing.

South Korea and Cuba have established diplomatic relations, marking a significant development in international diplomacy.

The U.S. has imposed sanctions on multiple individuals and entities for illegally exporting goods and technology to Iran, while Japan’s Tokyo Electric Power Company has completed recovery work of soil penetrated by radioactive sewage at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Bali has begun imposing a tourism tax on foreign visitors in an effort to protect the island’s culture and environment. Similarly, Mongolia is facing extreme cold weather and has entered a state of high alert for disaster prevention after heavy snow and icy conditions have resulted in significant livestock fatalities.

On a lighter note, the UK and US celebrated International Pancake Day with a pancake tossing race in Olney, England. Cesar Larkas, a 44-year-old mother of four, emerged as the winner of the competition, which has a history dating back to the year 1445.

(Source: Various news agencies)

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