The head of Fox News “became Trump’s successor”, writes the New York Times. Millions of patients of the British health service were left without dentists, the Guardian reports. The first group of about 100 people was transferred to safety, Ukrinform reports. Turkey will react “to the slightest attack” on NATO, according to RT. Workers’ Rights and Capitalism> (illustration, Closing of government offices across Britain after more than 2,000 dentists left the National Health Service last year, leaving millions without regular check-ups)

Tucker Carlson reshaped Fox News and “became Trump’s successor.” Millions of patients of the National Health Service in Britain were left without dentists. Turkey will react “to the slightest attack” on NATO allies. The evacuation of Ukrainians from the steel plant in Mariupol has begun. Labor rights and capitalism.

American nationalist

Under the headline “American Nationalist”, the New York Times writes in the main announcement on the front page about Tucker Carlson, who reshaped Fox News “and became Trump’s successor”.

“After many years in the television wilderness, he triumphantly returned to the prime time. And his new show “Tucker Carlson Tunite” jumped into the most watched evening shows of Fox News only a few months after the disturbing victory of Donald Trump shook the boundaries of conventional politics, “the text reads.

Also at the top of the page is the headline “Pelosi visits Kiev, the United States promises a broad ‘victory'”. The Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Palesi, traveled to the Ukrainian capital over the weekend, leading another delegation of high-ranking officials to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, to whom she conveyed support for defense against the Russian invasion. “With each visit … the promise of Ukrainian victory seems to grow, even though the American definition of victory here remains unclear,” the paper said.



Millions without the right to a dentist

The dominant photograph on the front page of the British Guardian shows a participant in the Beltein May Festival in Glastoberia disguised as the “Green Man” on the occasion of a modern interpretation of the ancient pagan holiday of spring fertility. The main announcement concerns the text about the closure of state offices across Britain, after more than 2,000 dentists left the National Health Service last year, leaving millions of people without regular check-ups. The problem is that in most surgeries, documents from the NHS are not recognized. The number of dentists providing services and NHS to patients dropped by two thousand, leaving four million people without this type of health care.

At the top of the page, the Guardian also announces that “the evacuation from the steel plant in Mariupol has begun”. Dozens of people hiding in the steel factory, which is the last stronghold of Ukrainian forces in Mariupol, managed to save themselves after being under a brutal siege for weeks. The UN confirmed yesterday that a “safe passage operation” for civilians had begun, in co-ordination with the International Committee of the Red Cross, Ukraine and Russia, but declined to provide more information to protect evacuees.



Turkey’s support for NATO

“Turkey’s help to NATO in case of ‘any attack'”, is one of the headlines this morning on the portal of the Russian state agency RT. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt vuavuşoğlu stressed on Sunday that NATO “has no intention” of interfering in the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, but promised that his country would respond to any attack on allies from the alliance. RT states that Turkey has been trying since the beginning of the conflict, “to balance between NATO and Russia”. The agency also reminds that NATO does not participate directly in the war, but that its members send weapons and ammunition to the government of Vladimir Zelensky, that the United States made its information available to Kiev, and that Ukrainian troops are trained at NATO bases in Europe.

A separate news item states that the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that the army was targeting stocks of foreign weapons in a military facility near Odessa in Ukraine, a port in the Black Sea. The hangar “of weapons and ammunition that arrived from the USA and European countries” was hit by a supersonic “onyx” projectile.



Evacuations from Azovstal started

The evacuation of civilians from the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol has begun, and the first group of people is already moving towards areas controlled by military forces, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced last night, as reported by the state news agency Ukrinform. “The first group of about 100 people is already on its way to safe zones. Tomorrow we will meet with them in Zaporozhye. I am grateful to our team. “We are now working, together with the UN, on further evacuation,” Zelenski wrote on Twitter. As it was announced, about 1,000 civilians and Ukrainian officials, including 600 wounded, are still in the factory. Mariupol has experienced one of the biggest humanitarian catastrophes since the beginning of the Russian aggression, the agency reminds.

Ukrinform also reports news from the Times, which claims that Russian officials already have an elaborate plan for an imminent attack on Moldova “which could repeat the scenario from Donbas.” There are “several indicators” that point to the recent attack on this former Soviet republic, which has only 3,250 troops. “Certain activities” have already been spotted at the airport in Tiraspol, the capital of the unrecognized republic of Transnistria.



Capitalism and workers’ rights

“Is there a place for workers’ rights in capitalism?” Politika asks on the front page of the holiday trio. Political parties and movements in Serbia, regardless of whether they are on the right or the left, remember workers’ rights only in election campaigns. When the parties count the votes, they forget about the workers and their problems, and that is the case in every election cycle. Those who eat bread with seven crusts have already learned that they will have to take care of their own rights, because political representatives and trade unions have been busy for a long time, the text reads.

At the top of the page, a conversation with Fabio Scan, director of the Office of the World Health Organization for Serbia, is also announced. The Kovid 19 pandemic is not over yet, and each country is taking its own measures to fight the virus. Many countries will significantly reduce anti-epidemic measures during the summer, but there are already announcements that they could be stricter in the fall due to a possible new attack on the crown. Scano says that they are aware that in many countries, including Serbia, there is a general impression that the Kovid pandemic 19 is behind us, but that it is not quite so.



Pro-Russian government and isolation

The President of Serbia postponed his address to the nation for seven days, Danas writes in a holiday trilogy entitled “The pro-Russian government is leading to economic isolation.” Goran Jesic says that “there are huge challenges facing Serbia and every wrong move can do great damage to this economy.” “The EU expects Serbia to impose sanctions on Russia, but Vučić has a problem with that, which would jeopardize gas supply,” says Vesna Pešić. Boris Varga points out that “Vučić will be paid for the policy of sitting on two chairs, both the West and Russia”.

At the top of the first page is the announcement of the conversation with Dobrica Veselinović from “Let’s not drown Belgrade” with the title “The announcement of new elections is a bluff”. “We welcome this May Day with data that show that workers in Serbia spend the most working hours at work in Europe,” he states.


Source: Balkan Magazin – Aktuelnosti by www.balkanmagazin.net.

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