A Ukrainian serviceman runs to deliver ammunition to an armored fighting vehicle during a live-fire exercise in an area controlled by the joint forces operation in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine on Thursday February 10, 2022. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda) The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the aggressive strategy ofRead More →

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration will provide Ukraine with additional high-tech defensive weapons that are easily transportable and require little training for use against Russian tanks, armored vehicles and aircraft, according to U.S. and European officials. In remarks on Wednesday, President Biden announced $800 million in new military aid toRead More →

Congress has charged the Federal Reserve with keeping the US economy functioning as smoothly as possible. If the Fed fuels the economy, it may lower the federal funds rate, making borrowing money more affordable for people and companies. This action often raises stock values, rewarding investors with higher profits. TheRead More →

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Eric McGlynnmanaging director of Walker & Dunlop’s Capital Markets team, facilitated the transaction between the developer, Sansano Capital LLC, and the lender, a subsidiary of Sculptor Real Estate based in New York City. According to Mr. Lugliani, Principal of Sansano Capital LLC, “Walker & Dunlop and Sculptor Real Estate haveRead More →

When the Ukrainian Defense Forces encounter a suspected Russian saboteur posing as a Ukrainian, they usually ask him to say the Ukrainian word for a type of local bread: palyanitsya. Almost invariably, the suspect betrays his nationality and politics by pronouncing it with a different ending: palyanitsa. Similarly, during WorldRead More →

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means that the food inflation plaguing global consumers is now tipping into a full-fledged crisis, potentially outpacing even the pandemic’s blow and pushing millions further into hunger. Together, Russia and Ukraine account for a huge share of global agricultural supplies, exporting so much wheat, corn, sunflowerRead More →

The United States and its NATO allies on Monday escalated their economic war against Russia through sanctions and restrictions, accompanied by an increased influx of anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons into Ukraine. The moves come as Russian forces continue to approach Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, and amid widespread US and EuropeanRead More →

US Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman, left, and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov attend security talks at the US mission in Geneva, Switzerland, Monday, January 10, 2022 Photo: AFP These days, the world is witnessing a looming crisis involving Ukraine and Russia. There are growing fears that the crisisRead More →

As Russia moves its accumulated forces around Ukraine’s borders, observers are watching to see if an invasion will actually happen. It remains uncertain whether Russia will demobilize its forces on its own, whether a diplomatic settlement can be reached that would persuade the country not to invade, or whether anRead More →

Scheduled for 4 p.m. today, the Prime Minister is due to meet virtually with Mr Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, Polish President Andrzej Duda and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. EU and NATO leaders are also expected to join the talks.Read More →

Russian political expert Clint Ehrlich has claimed that Putin’s army is running a secret “super-weapons” program capable of attacking the United States – should talks on Ukraine fail. Mr Ehrlich’s warning comes as the Kremlin continues to mass troops near Ukraine, sparking Western fears of an invasion. Mr Ehrlich toldRead More →

A Bundesregierung handout shows German Chancellor Olaf Scholz during a video conference with US President Joe Biden and European leaders talking about Russia and Ukraine from the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, January 24, 2022. Jesco Denzel /Bundesregierung/Handout via REUTERS Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register KYIV/BERLIN, JanRead More →

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Fears of a Russian invasion and strike on Ukraine intensified today after new footage showed the country’s SU-35S fighter jets deployed in Belarus. The deployment in Belarus, which borders Ukraine, could allow Moscow to threaten Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, according to Western officials and analysts. Footage released by the RussianRead More →

The German Federal Foreign Office is working on plans to evacuate employees of its embassy in Ukraine if the situation in the country worsens, Bild reported. The United States is one step ahead of Germany, with non-essential staff at its embassy pleading for evacuations “as early as next week”, accordingRead More →

US President Joe Biden predicted on Wednesday that Russia would act on Ukraine, saying Russia would pay dearly for a full-scale invasion but suggesting there might be a lower cost for a “minor incursion”. President Biden’s comments during a White House press conference have sown uncertainty over the West’s reactionRead More →

Ukraine should “consolidate its strength” and join NATO, says soldier The exercises were confirmed by Ukrainian TV Dom. Ukraine, which is seeking to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), has received a series of consignments of US ammunition and Javelin missiles since 2018, drawing criticism from Moscow. Kiev accusesRead More →

Russia: nuclear strike would turn Germany into wasteland Mr Putin has warned that he is ready to take “military action” in response to “unfriendly” Western action in Ukraine, the clearest sign to date that the Russian strongman is preparing for war. The Russian president, speaking at a meeting at theRead More →

Moscow sent the bombers on a “training” mission over Belarus. Russian nuclear-capable long-range bombers patrolled the skies over Belarus. The move reinforces the close defense ties between the two allies, as tensions with the West escalate. The Russian Defense Ministry announced yesterday that two Tu-22M3 planes flew a four-hour missionRead More →

Russia on Monday threatened to deploy nuclear intermediate-range missiles (INF) in Europe, amid escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The missiles have a maximum range of 5,000 km, which means that they would be able to hit several European capitals. INF missiles were banned until 2019, when Washington resigned fromRead More →

He warned the EU should consider a variety of potential red lines that could trigger “high impact” sanctions and other “serious consequences” from the bloc and its partners, including the UK. In addition to conventional conflict, “hybrid warfare” techniques can include other tactics, such as information campaigns and attacks onRead More →

As the United States and NATO continue their military build-up on Russia’s borders, their representatives are forging ahead with hysterical anti-Russian rhetoric and threats of war. Insisting that Moscow has massed troops and equipment on the Ukrainian border and has increased tenfold its anti-Ukrainian campaign on social media in preparationRead More →

After years of undeclared war in the eastern Donbass region, this week has seen the risk of a full-fledged confrontation between Russia and Ukraine increasing, which threatens to involve Ukraine’s military intelligence chief. NATO Kyrylo Budanov warned the Military Times that over the weekend Russia “had more than 92,000 troopsRead More →

The enormous and menacing concentration of Russian troops on the borders with Ukraine and in annexed Crimea was best seen from space. This is probably why it has been noticed all over the world. Hundreds of tanks and planes, more than 120,000 troops from all over the Russian Federation haveRead More →

In issuing a notice to the US carrier over the weekend, the FAA warned against flying over the Russian-Ukrainian border due to flight safety risks. They noted “escalating regional tensions between Russia and Ukraine, which could potentially lead to no-notice cross-border skirmishes, increased military activity and/or conflict.” US civilian flightsRead More →

Russia: expert discusses tensions with Ukraine The troubled country’s foreign minister was joined by his counterparts from Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia – all NATO allies – in strongly condemning Russia’s military escalation in eastern Russia Ukraine. Dmytro Kuleba’s warning came after the United States turned around by sending two warshipsRead More →

Getty Images A boy in Moscow waves a Communist flag at a rally to mark the 100th anniversary of the October 1917 revolution This month the world remembers the 100 years since the Russian revolutions of 1917. The revolutions in Russia are incredibly important historical events. They marked the startRead More →

The Russian Revolution began on November 7, 1917, when the Bolsheviks stormed the Winter Palace and seized power. They declared the foundation of the socialist Soviet republic, led by Vladimir Lenin. News of their victory spread like wildfire, inspiring liberation movements elsewhere, particularly in Africa. National resistance to British colonialRead More →