Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Russia had destroyed “all critical infrastructure” in parts of Kherson taken over by the Ukrainian military over the past week. Zelenskiy said there was no electricity, no communication and no television in Kherson, adding that the withdrawal of Russian troops intentionally destroyed everything. “That’s whatRead More →

The Inquilabi Mazdoor Kendra and fraternal organizations conducted a series of programs in different parts of Uttar Pradesh, commemorating the 105e anniversary of the Russian revolution. In the most positive qualitative sense, by resuscitating the message of the Russian Revolution towards the liberation of working people. Tribute to the painstakingRead More →

North Korea has denied having concluded arms deals with Russia, accusing the United States of tarnishing its image over the allegation. The denial was contained in a statement issued Tuesday by the official KCNA news agency. The Foreign Ministry in Pyongyang said Washington constantly spreads an unsubstantiated “arms smuggling rumor”Read More →

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. How Russia’s War in Ukraine Helped the FBI Solve One of the Biggest Cybercrime Cases in Years Investigators caught a key figure behind the Raccoon Infostealer malware in the Netherlands as he fled fighting in Ukraine. Read more Americans are finally ready forRead More →

London CNN Business — According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), global fossil fuel emissions are set to peak in 2025, with countries committing huge sums of money to low-carbon fuels. In its annual World Energy Outlook report, released on Thursday, the agency said Russia‘s assault on Ukraine had theRead More →

Many observers noticed that during Putin’s war in Ukraine, more and more non-Russians, at least some of whom were counted by Moscow as assimilated and therefore Russian, chose to proudly declare themselves “non-Russians”. (windowoneurasia2.blogspot.com/2022/10/at-end-of-soviet-times-non-russians.html). At the same time, many people whom the regime classifies as Mo Russians consider themselves toRead More →

Published on: 10/19/2022 – 21:00 Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) – Russia began evacuating civilians from Kherson in southern Ukraine on Wednesday in the face of advances by Kyiv, which said the population transfers amounted to “deportations”. As battlefield developments continued to stretch Russia, President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday imposed sweeping newRead More →

President Vladimir Putin has spent years racing against Russia’s population clock, only to order an invasion of Ukraine that locks his country’s population into historic decline. In addition to the thousands of casualties on the battlefield, the enlistment of 300,000 reservists to join the fight – and even greatest flightRead More →

By Pierre Fabricius* Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine has rekindled the perennial debate over the need to reform the United Nations (UN) Security Council, including the Permanent Representation for Africa. But has conflict also increased the likelihood of change? The council was designed in war – can it also beRead More →

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! UNITED NATIONS, New York – Lord Tariq Ahmad, a senior British government minister, last week discussed the war in Ukraine, infrastructure development around the world and China’s role in climate change during a chat with Fox News Digital. “Let’s not… fire anyRead More →

February 1917, the February Revolution breaks out in Petrograd (currently Saint Petersburg). The Revolution was due to the alienation of all sectors of Russian society. In particular, industrial workers suffered from food shortages and deteriorating working conditions in factories. This was mainly due to the extreme effort that the GreatRead More →

The Russian government shared several draft plans outlining the roles and responsibilities of peacekeepers with Azerbaijan and Armenia in December 2020 and February 2021, according to the International Crisis Group. Yet the Azerbaijani government rejected the plan on the grounds that it wanted Russia to clearly state that the territoryRead More →

Mykhailo Riabko, 64, walks past the damaged building of the School of Technology after a Russian attack in … [+] Sloviansk, Ukraine, Friday, August 26, 2022. “It’s hard to watch this destruction after all these years of work here,” says the technical drawing teacher who has worked at the schoolRead More →

Since Russia invaded Ukraine six months ago, more than 12 million Ukrainians have fled the country. As Ukrainians continue to be displaced across Europe, there is also the very real fear of Russia’s plans to completely displace Ukrainian culture. Even before declaring its independence in 1991, Ukraine has always differentiatedRead More →

Six months ago, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Since then, Russia has occupied 13% more of the country, killed thousands of Ukrainians, razed major cities and countless towns and villages, strangled the Ukrainian economy, taken hostage the largest nuclear power plant in Europe and caused hundreds of billionsRead More →

Russia’s poor military performance in Ukraine could exacerbate worrying long-term trends for Moscow arms manufacturers; an industry vital to the Kremlin’s soft power abroad. President Vladimir Putin’s claim to technological superiority over his Western adversaries seems less and less credible, as Russian forces battle against Ukrainians armed with the latestRead More →

Vladimir Putin boasted about Russia’s ‘high precision weapons’, saying Moscow was ready to sell them to global allies (Reuters) Vladimir Putin has bragged about Russia’s “high-precision weapons”, saying Moscow is ready to sell them to global allies as the war in Ukraine stretches into its sixth month. The Russian presidentRead More →

Kyiv-based Paul Niland explores recurring feature of Vladimir Putin’s 22-year rule Being at war is abnormal, unless you are Russian. Wars start when all else fails. Diplomacy has failed. Mediation failed. All that remains is to ask brave men and women to risk their lives in the service of theirRead More →

Russia’s population shrank by a record average of 86,000 people per month between January and May, state statistics agency Rosstat said. The decline surpasses the previous record contraction of 57,000 people per month in 2002, when Russia’s population fell to 145.3 million from nearly 146 million the previous year. Russia’sRead More →

French President Emmanuel Macron attends a welcome ceremony upon his arrival at Nsimalen International Airport in Yaounde on July 25.LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP/Getty Images French President Emmanuel Macron described the global food crisis as one of Russia’s “weapons of war” during a visit to Cameroon on Tuesday, dismissing suggestions that Western sanctionsRead More →

Russia’s war against Ukraine is entering its fifth month, despite the failure of several rounds of peace talks and the imposition of harsh economic sanctions by Western countries against Russia. The war is not taking place only on Ukrainian soil. President Vladimir Putin’s propaganda is propelling the war in UkraineRead More →

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called yesterday’s deadly attack in Vinnytsia an “open act of terrorism”. On Thursday morning, missiles hit the parking lot of a nine-story office building in the small town southwest of Kyiv, far from the heart of the fighting in the Donbass region. Residential buildings were alsoRead More →

Red Cross parcels line the sidewalk in Serhiivka, a small town in southwestern Ukraine. A man unloads stamped plastic bags World Central Cuisine of a truck whose front windshield was completely shattered. On the other side of the square, people rummage through used clothes provided by a Ukrainian charity. SomeoneRead More →

– Prison for Russians who cooperate with foreigners – Russian parliament introduces harsh prison terms for cooperating with foreigners and calls for undermining national security. In a bill reminiscent of the Soviet era, establishing and maintaining “confidential” cooperation with a foreigner or international organization and helping them to act againstRead More →

No one seems to know who coined the phrase “In war, truth is the first casualty,” attributed to sources as disparate as Greek playwright Aeschylus and isolationist U.S. Senator Hiram Johnson. from California. Truth is indeed a slippery commodity in times of war, especially during a brutal and prolonged spectacleRead More →

For Chinese President Xi Jinping, a Marxist-Leninist dialectician, events in Ukraine will not fundamentally alter China’s great historical rise. Edifyingly, Russia’s military failures will simply push the Chinese leadership to make even more substantial preparations before seizing Taiwan. MELBOURNE — Following Russia’s February 24 invasion of Ukraine, two views quicklyRead More →

US: Ukrainian forces need deliberate training on new rocket system Ukraine wants new US Himars artillery on the battlefield now. However, the Pentagon insists on the need for comprehensive training to ensure long-range precision rocket systems are used effectively. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley saidRead More →

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hailed Brussels’ support for his embattled country’s bid to join the European Union as a “historic” achievement. The European Commission has recommended that Ukraine and Moldova gain EU candidate status, a move that marks the start of what is likely to be a long journey towardsRead More →

Internet Explorer 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. NEXT Latina writer opens up about her abortion journey in new memoir 03:14 New Harvard University study shows some January 6 rioters had revolution, civil war and secession in mind 01:51 GOP lawmakers stepRead More →

Before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin explained his vision for the Ukrainian state. He said, “Modern Ukraine was entirely and fully created by Russia, specifically Bolshevik and Communist Russia. This process began almost immediately after the 1917 revolution, and moreover Lenin and his associates did itRead More →

👋 Halito!* Welcome to Wednesday, when the first war crimes trial against a Russian soldier since Moscow invaded Ukraine opens in Kyiv, Kim Jong-un slams North Korean officials’ response to the coronavirus outbreak and Mexico’s National Missing Persons Registry takes a grim step. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian media Livy Bereg examinesRead More →

NATO foreign ministers met in Berlin on Saturday to discuss the war in Ukraine. The two-day gathering also brought together the foreign ministers of Sweden and Finland, which are about to join the military alliance. Germany has also hosted senior diplomats from wealthy Group of Seven countries to discuss Russia’sRead More →

Vendors at Bang Kapi market in Bangkok have raised their prices due to the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. (Photo: Varuth Hirunyatheb) In recent months, there have been positive signs that the world is getting back to normal after the Covid-19 pandemic. People have worked tirelessly over the pastRead More →

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky discussed strengthening Ukraine’s security support with Norwegian Storting President Masud Gharahkhani, who visited Ukraine. “I am happy to meet you. I am grateful for the support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, as well as for the opportunity to speak in your parliament,” ZelenskyRead More →

“Flirt ja, heiraten nein(“Flirting yes, marrying no!”) This was recently said by the president of one of the largest Swiss soldiers’ associations, Stefan Holenstein, about Switzerland’s relations with NATO. It may sound frivolous, but Holenstein was serious: his argument, motivated by Russia‘s war in Ukraine, was that Switzerland should workRead More →