Live News Update On Olaf Scholz, Apple, Volodymyr Zelenskyy,Boris Johnson & More

 


Hello and welcome to live news update:  

1. "Energy policy is also security policy," said German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, urging to "turbo charge" the transition to green energy due to Russia's war.

2 Apple pledged to pay $2 million for every flaw security researchers can find in its new security mode.

3. Iranian officers have accused several foreigners, including a UK diplomat and Polish professor, of spying. Footage on state TV purported to show the foreign nationals collecting soil samples near a missile test site.

4 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has praised the accuracy of artillery sent by Western allies. He added that a Russian strike had destroyed a university in Kharkiv.

5. British media outlets, Sky and BBC, say Prime Minister Boris Johnson has agreed to resign.

6. "Songs of the Holy Other" is a collection of music that not only uplifts LGBTQ people, but affirms them as spiritual gifts to the church.

7 20 fighter jets put on an aerial show of force over waters west of the Korean Peninsula in response to Pyongyang's recent missile tests

8 Russia is rerouting trade to "reliable international partners" such as China, India, Brazil and South Africa.

9. A guilt-ridden Russian officer says he resigned from the military out of shame for the invasion of Ukraine.

"People around us were dying," he told CNN. "I didn't want to feel like I was part of it, but I was a part of it."