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In a fresh meeting between US President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister David Cameron, the latter attempted to persuade the former to continue providing aid to Ukraine. However, Trump seemed hesitant and uninterested in committing to this aid, citing concerns about the effectiveness of the aid and the burden it places on the US. Despite Cameron’s efforts, it appears that Trump remains unconvinced about the necessity of providing aid to Ukraine.

Read more at: https://www.politico.eu/article/fresh-donald-trump-meeting-uk-david-cameron-give-ukraine-aid-hard-sell/

In a surprising turn of events, animation powerhouse Pixar has announced plans to lay off a significant portion of its staff during the latter half of 2024. This decision comes as a shock to many, as Pixar has long been known for its success and stability in the industry. The layoffs are speculated to be a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which greatly impacted the global entertainment market. Despite this setback, Pixar remains determined to continue creating innovative and beloved works of animation in the future.

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Selena Gomez and Dua Lipa have found themselves at the center of a social media firestorm after the former reportedly unfollowed the latter on Instagram. It’s unclear what sparked any potential feud between the two music stars, but internet conspiracy theories have been running wild, with some suggesting Gomez is involved in a love triangle with Lipa’s current boyfriend. While neither artist has yet to confirm or deny the reports, it looks like the public may never know the truth behind the unfolding drama.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko allegedly warned Russian oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin twice after the latter allegedly ordered the arrest of a Belarusian opposition figure. In May, Lukashenko was reportedly informed of Prigozhin’s plans but the Belarusian leader allegedly told the oligarch such action would not be tolerated in Belarus. Prigozhin allegedly ignored the warning and proceeded with the alleged arrest, prompting Lukashenko to take measures to cut off government contracts in retaliation.