Anadolu Agency's Morning Briefing – July 3, 2022

Daily briefing on latest developments from around the world

Gözde Bayar   | 03.07.2022
Anadolu Agency's Morning Briefing – July 3, 2022


Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments around the world.

  • Chaos reigned at airports in Paris as workers continued to protest for better pay for a third consecutive day.
  • At least five people were killed and dozens injured by a string of high-intensity earthquakes in southern Iran’s Hormozgan province, according to officials.
  • One of Germany's leading news websites published a story featuring the inner face of the YPG/PKK terror organization.
  • A group of supporters of the YPG/PKK terror group in Sweden held a demonstration at the Jarntorget square in Gothenburg, protesting a recent memorandum between Türkiye, Sweden and Finland.
  • Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati urged Arab countries to provide support to his cash-strapped country amid a deep economic crisis.
  • Tunisia will hold negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for an economic aid program, according to that country’s prime minister.
  • Palestinian resistance group Hamas welcomed the condemnation of Israeli violations by the World Council of Churches.
  • Protests continued in Sudan for a third straight day to demand the reversal of last year’s military takeover and the return to civilian rule.
  • Uzbekistan announced a month-long state of emergency in the protest-hit autonomous region of Karakalpakstan.
  • Türkiye is determined in the fight against climate change and the resolve was further strengthened after ratifying the Paris Climate Agreement last year, according to the country's first lady.

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