Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called for joint efforts to seek and safeguard peace as he said "the Ukraine crisis has again sounded the alarm for humanity," at a keynote speech in virtual format at the opening ceremony of the…
China is fully prepared for the 14th BRICS Summit, Ma Zhaoxu, vice foreign minister and coordinator for China's BRICS Affairs, said on Tuesday.
BRICS countries Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, accounting for more than 40 percent of the world's population and 20 percent of global GDP and producing more than one-third of global cereal production
Russian president settled deep into his armchair, wearing an expression of bored nonchalance. In a matter-of-fact tone, he likened himself to a modern-day Peter the Great, the empire-building Russian czar, and suggested that the conquest of…
India’s purchases of Russian coal have spiked in recent weeks despite global sanctions on Moscow, as traders offer discounts of up to 30 per cent, according to two trade sources and data reviewed by Reuters.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visited the war-torn southern frontline yesterday for the first time since the Russian invasion as "fierce battles" raged again in the eastern Donbas region.
BRICS Summit also provides a platform for the world to hear a wider range of nations calling for a fair, just and inclusive world governance system, not just the voice of small cliques of the US which mistakenly believe they represent the…
With the 25th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), hailed as the "Russian Davos", beginning on Wednesday, Russia-China cooperation under the theme "New opportunities in a new world" came under the spotlight, as the Kremlin's…
President Xi Jinping on Wednesday said China will keep supporting Russia on “sovereignty and security,” a welcome boost for an increasingly isolated and ostracized Moscow.
Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny was moved to a high-security prison in Russia's Vladimir Oblast on Tuesday, according to a local human rights organization.
Asian stock markets were mixed while Europe opened higher Wednesday ahead of a Federal Reserve decision on how sharply to raise interest rates to cool U.S. inflation.
Sievierodonetsk, the main focus of the fighting in eastern Ukraine in recent weeks, isn’t yet blocked off by Russian troops even though they control about 80% of the city and have destroyed all three bridges leading out of it, an official
Ukraine’s fortunes in defending Sievierodonetsk took a turn for the worse Wednesday, with its troops forced to retreat to the outskirts of the eastern industrial city in the face of a fierce Russian attack.
Mariupol and Berdyansk 'operating normally and are ready for grain shipment,' says Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu
With failed Serbia visit, Russia aimed to build false image of Balkan Russophobia, says Montenegrin…
There are no 'Russia-phobic' policies in Montenegro, same respect for Russia, its people continues, says Milo Dukanovic
The Russian Embassy in Libya will resume work soon, according to the Russian presidential envoy for the Middle East and Africa.
Germany’s parliament is set to approve a €100 billion ($107.5 billion) special fund Friday for the modernization of the country’s armed forces amid criticism from anti-war groups and peace activists.
The US announced sweeping new sanctions against Russia on Thursday, targeting a broad array of individuals and entities, including four yachts with ties to President Vladimir Putin.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida spoke by phone Wednesday with French President Emmanuel Macron.
One way to think yourself into the warped mind of a despot like Russian President Vladimir Putin is to first probe into the dark recesses of your own psyche, then figure out what's different in his.
The Russian Defense Ministry on Wednesday claimed downing a Ukrainian Su-25 fighter jet, a Mi-8 helicopter, seven unmanned aerial vehicles and two missiles of the Smerch multiple rocket launcher systems last night.
Russia on Monday claimed that Ukraine's 15 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), 15 tanks and infantry fighting vehicles, five large-caliber artillery pieces and a number of other targets were hit last night.
Germany was not expected to be exposed to the developments from the war. Kyiv's refusal of the visit by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to show solidarity revealed the negative results of the German policy towards Ukraine and…
Finance chiefs from the Group of 20 major economies started a one-day meeting Wednesday with the focus on addressing global inflation, accelerated by Russia's ongoing military assault on Ukraine.
Mustafa Berk Erdal Although the world may have entered the last phase of the pandemic in terms of health, the impact of the destruction and transformation in the economy and trade continues to be felt globally. Many countries, especially…
Russian Foreign Ministry accuses Netherlands of abusing its rights and privileges as chemical weapons pact host state
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Saturday that Mexico does not accept the Russian invasion of Ukraine
As more evidence surfaces about Russian atrocities, Ukrainians — inside and outside the country — argue Western support isn’t enough.
Ukraine called for more weapons and harsher sanctions after it blamed Russia for a missile attack that killed at least 52 people at a train station packed with women
More than half of diplomats expelled after release of 'horrifying' footage from Ukrainian city of Bucha
Kazakhstan will not act as a tool to circumvent US and EU sanctions against Russia, a top Kazakh official said Friday.
Russia’s war in Ukraine will stifle growth in G7 economies through three main channels: the impact of sanctions; higher global commodities
Prosecutors sought 13 years in prison and $10,000 penalty for Navalny on charges of large-scale fraud and contempt of court
Ukraine and Russia are close to reaching an agreement on "critical" issues, according a Turkish official who added that a cease-fire could
U.S. industries gear up for possible Russian cyberattacks amid the war in Ukraine, experts say the oil and gas industry is particularly
Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Russian forces are blockading Ukraine's largest cities to create a "humanitarian catastrophe" with the aim
7,000 Russian troops have been killed in battle, according to a US intelligence estimate. Russian troop deaths are already more than the number of American troops killed in either the Iraq or Afghanistan wars. At this rate, Russia…
Around 130 people have been rescued from the theater in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol that was bombed by Russia earlier this week.
Russian missile strikes hit the western Ukrainian city of Lviv Friday around 6:30 a.m. local time, marking the first strike on the city since
Russian forces on Friday destroyed an aircraft repair plant in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv but no one was hurt, the mayor said.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and French President Emmanuel Macron stressed the importance of the continuation of peaceful dialogue
Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers has suspended all relations with Belarus its active participation in Russia’s war against Ukraine
Ukraine’s president warned mercenaries Thursday who plan to join the Russian army to fight against Ukraine, saying it would
Russian occupiers, which have suffered huge losses during the war, have already recruited mercenaries from the troops under the command Syria
Russian editor who protested Moscow’s military action in Ukraine during a state TV news broadcast said Thursday she is quitting
Russian forces in Ukraine are blasting cities and killing civilians but no longer making progress on the ground, Western countries
BERLIN Russia’s war on Ukraine aims to erect a new version of the Berlin Wall, but this time in the heart of Europe, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Thursday. Addressing the German parliament via video call, Zelenskyy…
The US has announced $1 billion in new security help and the deployment of longer-range weapons to Ukraine -- assuring the ally of America
Ukraine handed over nine captured Russian soldiers to secure the freedom of the mayor of the city of Melitopol, who was detained last week
France would consider Russia responsible for any use of chemical or bacteriological weapons in the war in Ukraine, Foreign Minister
Russian woman who burst into a state TV studio to denounce the Ukraine war during a live news bulletin told. she was worried for her safety
Foreign fighters from Belarus departed on Wednesday on their way to the Ukrainian capital Kyiv from the city of Lviv further west to fight
Russia's invasion of Ukraine led central banks to reassess their monetary policies, with Fed taking center stage amid concerns over supply
Queen has joined the cultural boycott of Russia by withholding swords destined for Moscow.The Royal Collection had agreed
Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Tuesday said that it is time to admit that Ukraine will not become a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member
Loud blasts thundered through Kyiv just before dawn Tuesday as Russian forces escalated their bombardment on the Ukrainian capital
Iranian security official said Iran will remain in the Vienna talks aimed at reviving the 2015 nuclear deal until a "strong agreement"
Some 50 Ukrainians, mostly women, children, take shelter at Dorohozhychi station in capital Kyiv. still in shelters at metro stations
Ukraine and Russia are scheduled to resume Monday, said Ukraine's lead negotiator Mikhail Podolyak, as the war between the two countries
Russia's defence ministry said the airstrike had destroyed a large amount of weapons supplied by foreign nations
Ukraine's defense ministry on Saturday began using Clearview AI’s facial recognition technology, the company's chief told
A rumor that a mysterious Ukrainian fighter pilot, dubbed the "Ghost of Kyiv," shot down six Russian jets has circulated widely
Satellite images showed extensive damage civilian infrastructure and residential buildings throughout southern Ukrainian city Mariupol
Russian tourists are stranded in Thailand's beach resorts because of the war in Ukraine, many unable to pay their bills or return home
captured Russian pilot admitted to targeting Ukrainian civilians and urged Russia to call off the assault on Ukraine.
Russian tanks rumbled along a main highway to the east of Kyiv, between two rows of houses in a small town — a vulnerable target.
Russian forces kept up their bombardment of cities across Ukraine on Saturday, capturing the eastern outskirts of a key southern port
Russian rocket attacks destroyed a Ukrainian airbase near the town of Vasylkiv in the Kyiv region, the city's mayor said.
Russian space agency's chief, the sanctions could disrupt the operation of Russian vessels servicing the International Space Station.
Ukrainian officials have said Kyiv is “ready to fight” as Russian forces renewed their bombardment on the capital and observers warned
Eastern Europe efforts aid Ukrainians came under strain some cities running out of accommodation as the number of refugees passed 2.5 million
United States imposed sanctions Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg, three family members President Vladimir Putin’s spokesperson lawmakers
Facebook owner Meta Platforms said yesterday that a temporary change in its content policy, only for Ukraine, was needed to let users
NATO on its Airborne Warning and Control System (AWCS) plane that is used on the Ukrainian-Poland border to collect intelligence.
Ukraine began, millions of people have fled their homes and thousands have been killed. Here are some of the latest figures on the conflict.
Russian airstrikes have been reported on Friday on parts of Ukraine that have been largely spared up to now, as Vladimir Putin
EU leaders gathering at the famed Versailles Palace near Paris described Moscow's attack on Ukraine as a wake-up call for the 27-nation bloc
NATO's rejection of Ukrainian calls to provide air cover against Russian missiles and warplanes has drawn strong criticism from Kyiv
Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine is a personal tragedy for Russians living in Ukraine, many of whom now see their homeland as an enemy
Ukraine is a prime target for Russia due to its history and strategic position on the Black Sea. As soldiers and volunteers prepare
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that Russia's defence minister had said that "most of those who want and who ask
Vladimir Putin gave the green light on Friday to bring in thousands of fighters from the Middle East to fight against Ukraine.
Petro Poroshenko has said Ukrainian unity halted Moscow's advance. The former president also called on NATO to support his country
Ukraine's leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said Russia blocked a humanitarian corridor in Mariupol. Meanwhile, satellite images show a massive
Russian forces are currently encircling at least four major Ukrainian cities and armoured vehicles have rolled up to Kyiv's northeastern edge
Russian invasion enters third week with more shelling; Putin says Russia will emerge from sanctions stronger
United States from engaging in direct combat with Russian forces faced an unexpected test this week, when Poland surprised U.S.
Biden administration officials are raising alarms about the threat that Russia will escalate its war on Ukraine with chemical weapons
Russian state television has broadcast calls for Vladimir Putin, the country’s president, to stop his war in Ukraine during a programme
Emmanuel Macron European leaders to Versailles discuss energy and defense policy, he’ll be standing against a grandiose but familiar
Ukrainian gymnast Illia Kovtun stepped up to the podium at a gymnastics World Cup event in Doha to receive his gold medal
For the Biden administration, the US overtures to three problematic oil giants at best could lead to stabilizing rising oil and gas prices
Russia-Ukraine war: Ukraine’s armed forces have said that over 12,000 Russian troops have been killed as of March 10.
Kremlin said on Thursday that Russia's economy was experiencing a shock and that measures were being taken to soften the impact
no-fly zone over Ukraine would help bring the conflict there to a faster conclusion and save lives, the Polish ambassador to Kyiv said
Russian airstrike devastated a maternity and children's hospital complex besieged southern Ukrainian city Mariupol, burying women children
Russian Ministry of Defense claims it has used a thermobaric rocket launching weapon in its deadly attack on Ukraine, U.K announced
Washington denies Russian claims, saying Moscow has 'a long and well-documented track record' of using chemical weapons
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced early Thursday that six humanitarian corridors will be created for the evacuation
Boris Johnson, Volodymyr Zelenskyy condemn 'horrifying' attack on maternity hospital in Mariupol by Russian forces
Russian-operated oil tanker that Britain turned away over a week ago has yet to find a port to discharge its cargo, and many other vessels
Russian economy, production of a car long considered a symbol of the country's "self-reliance" post-Cold War
Oil prices rebounded on Thursday after the United Arab Emirates said it is committed to major producers' pact to add 400,000 barrels
Turkey’s two Black Sea partners has given an unexpected jolt to the country’s quest for new fighter jets and its domestic program to make
Federal prosecutors charged a dual U.S.-Russian citizen Tuesday with illegally acting as an agent of the Russian government in the U.S.
Ukrainian officials said children's hospital and maternity ward in the city of Mariupol have been destroyed by Russian airstrikes.
“War” and “invasion” are two words that can land someone in prison for up to 15 years under a new Russian law.
Barely two weeks into the brutal war in Ukraine, one question has arisen: Which countries are involved in the fighting?
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken condemned Russia’s war in Ukraine, citing in particular the siege of Mariupol, a port city on the Sea
Ukraine will repatriate troops and equipment, including helicopters, involved in U.N. peacekeeping missions in Africa and Europe
Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed a leaked U.N. email instructing staff not to characterize Russia’s attack on Ukraine as a “war” or “invasion,”
Russia announced a new ceasefire in Ukraine let civilians flee besieged cities, after days of mostly failed promises that have left hundreds
Russia demanded on Wednesday that the United States explain to the world why it had supported what Moscow cast as a military
Ukraine, Russia has achieved less and struggled more than anticipated at the outset of the biggest land conflict in Europe since World War II.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have declined to arrange calls with US president Joe Biden in recent weeks as the US and it allies
A large portion of the weapons being sent to Ukraine for its efforts to fight off Russian forces is Soviet-made weapons
Putin may seek an exit from Ukraine if his war effort continues to stall, but that escalation of the conflict is likely to happen before
Ukraine - which until last week was relatively well off due to its status as a global shipping hub - are now reduced to collecting rainwater
United Nations human rights office said today that it had verified 1,335 civilian casualties in Ukraine, including 474 killed and 861 injured
British tanks and armoured vehicles are travelling to Estonia as the UK aims to bolsters Nato's eastern flank amid Vladimir Putin
Russia called in the Irish ambassador on Tuesday to demand an apology and lodge a formal complaint, the foreign ministry said
U.S. intelligence agencies assessed that Russia does not want to engage directly with the U.S. military in worldwide threats
Russia's ruling party has proposed nationalising foreign-owned factories that shut down operations in the country over
I want to address mothers, wives, sisters, brides and girlfriends soldiers officers who defend Russia during the special military operation
Vladimir Putin isn't insane and will not intentionally use nuclear weapons against the West. Andrei Kozyrev, Minister of Foreign Affairs
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson laid out a six-step approach to helping Ukraine. President Biden European leaders, Johnson Ukraine.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken wrapped short tour three Baltic states aimed reassuring former Soviet republics NATO will guarantee
Nigerian veterinary student Samuel Otunla has been stuck in the northeast Ukrainian city of Sumy since the outbreak of the conflict
Russia's 13-day invasion of Ukraine, SUNY Plattsburgh's Dr. Richard Schaefer watches an unimaginable history unfold in real time as Ukrainians
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed not to leave Ukraine's capital of Kyiv, going so far as to reveal that he is in his office
Ukrainian cities along safe corridors began, while U.N. officials said the exodus of refugees from Russia's invasion reached 2 million.
80,000-square-foot south-central Pennsylvania factory humming throughout COVID-19, CEO Butch Potter has had to shell out 20% more for potatoes
Ukraine with Soviet-era fighter jets via Poland is struggling to gain traction in the Biden administration, and the U.S. is reviewing
Travel in Asia-Pacific is trailing the rest of the world and should expect a bumpy recovery, a Booking.com executive
50 senior military, diplomatic, academic and political figures from across the Asia-Pacific region signed a statement released calling
Europe's refugee crisis escalates due to Russia's deadly invasion of Ukraine, one boy's solo passage to safety is spreading across the globe.
Narendra Modi on Monday urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to hold direct talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskiy
Britain set out ways it would crackdown on "dirty money" on Monday, introducing new legislation to "hobble" Russian President Vladimir Putin
McDonald’s, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo as companies have thus far not joined the ranks of other major global firms in pulling
Netflix, TikTok, Samsung and credit card operators have joined the lengthening list of businesses cutting ties with Russia or reviewing
Moscow said on Monday it would provide corridors for residents of Ukraine's two main cities to flee to Russia and Belarus, a move Ukraine
Russia's rouble tumbled to a fresh record low in thin offshore trade, with local markets closed for trading until.
Russian Tigr fighting vehicle sat smoldering on the side of the road, as Ukrainian troops lounged outside their trenches smoking cigarettes
China's foreign minister on Monday called Russia his country's “most important strategic partner” as Beijing continues to refuse to condemn
Russia has told Ukraine it is ready to halt military operations "in a moment" if Kyiv meets a list of conditions, the Kremlin
Russia has issued a list of demands for Ukraine to follow if its brutal invasion is to come to an end. Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov
Russia announced yet another cease-fire and a handful of humanitarian corridors to allow civilians to flee Ukraine starting
Ukraine, through sanctions and intermittent weapons shipments, may not be enough to save Kyiv or prevent Putin from consolidating
Armed Forces of Ukraine said in a Sunday night report that Russian troops have started to "accumulate resources to storm Kyiv."
Ukraine's armed forces claimed overnight to have recaptured the city of Chuhuiv in the Kharkiv region, as part of their ongoing
Russia also shelled Ukrainian civilians fleeing the contested Ukrainian suburb of Irpin on Sunday, killing at least eight civilians
New Zealand's government said Monday it plans to rush through a new law that will allow it to impose economic sanctions against Russia
200,000 people from evacuating the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol for a second day in a row on Sunday, as Russian President Putin
Moscow is interested in Syrians who have experience with urban combat in hopes they can help Russian forces take Kyiv, Ukraine's capital
restaurant in France seeks poutine, its the signature dish -fries doused with cheese curds and gravy- Russian President Vladimir Putin,
Sex traffickers are taking advantage of young women and unaccompanied children fleeing the war in Ukraine, police and volunteers in Poland
Berlin has called for compulsory service to be re-introduced, as Germany re-evaluates its relationship with its armed forces.
Russia and Russian companies will be allowed to pay foreign creditors in rubles, according to a decree signed by President Vladimir Putin
Russian garrison town on the border with the breakaway republic of Chechnya, where Islamic insurgents had fought the Kremlin
Volodymyr Zelenskyy and others have called for NATO to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine to counter the threat from Russian military aircraft.
dirty from the battlefield, a dozen Russian prisoners of war sat, stony-faced, in a conference room of a Ukrainian news agency
Volodymyr Zelenskyy appealed directly to Russians on Sunday to take to the streets in protest against the Kremlin's invasion of his country
Russia targeting civilian areas in Ukraine may not be surprising to most. Over the past decade, Russian President Vladimir Putin's military
United States and other NATO allies, Ukrainian forces have defied all expectations, mounting a fierce resistance to the superior forces
need for security checks on new arrivals to Britain as part of the Government’s commitment to helping those fleeing Vladimir Putin’s invasion
10pc chance of civilisation being destroyed in a nuclear apocalypse – while urging clients to keep buying shares regardless.
Russia’s war on Ukraine, Russian troops shelled encircled cities and a pro-Russian official said safe-passage corridors would open again
Russian tanks and troops poured across the Ukrainian border on Feb. 24, NATO leaders received a deeply frightening message.
German diplomats called out their Russian counterparts after Russia’s embassy in South Africa said the nation
Russian soldiers’ vehicles scattered them in all directions. One was face down on the asphalt, arms outstretched. Another was a mass of white
Ben Wallace has warned Vladimir Putin not to “test” the United Kingdom, as the Defense Secretary indicated that he could pour
Boris Johnson will issue a plea to world leaders to match their words on Ukraine with action as he sets out a six-point plan for tackling
NATO has nearly doubled the number of military jets on alert across Europe amid concerns that Russia’s reckless flying
Russia marches on its warpath, encircling Ukrainian cities and bombing civilian buildings, the Pentagon has deployed some 12,000 troops NATO
Russia are beginning to be “constructive,” a Ukrainian negotiator said yesterday, describing what he perceived as an apparent shift in Moscow’
Times Square in New York in support of Ukraine, demanding the United States, NATO or the European Union intervene to stop the unfolding war.
Malaysians including students in Russia are safe as the overall situation in the country is calm and peaceful
Switzerland’s newly adopted tough stance on Russia has forced the Swiss economy to readjust to sanctions, blowing a wind of panic
Israel, home to a substantial population of Russian immigrants, has offered to mediate in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine
The evacuation process for civilians in Ukraine's Mariupol has been delayed due to continuous shelling from Russian forces, city officials said
The Belarusian border serves as the site for dialogue between Russia and Ukraine to possibly end the war. yielded no significant breakthrough
Volodymyr Zelensky criticises Nato for refusing to introduce a no-fly zone over Ukraine; UN security council condemns Russia's nuclear
Conflict could easily escalate into a direct confrontation between Russia and the West, officials and analysts warn.
Russia and Ukraine, air raid alerts were issued on Saturday morning in the capital city Kyiv along with other key cities of Chernihiv and Sumy
Mariupol is under a "blockade" by Russian forces, said Mariupol Mayor Vadym Boychenko on Saturday, according to a media report.
WASHINGTON Despite unprecedented sanctions and strong support for Ukraine, Western states have failed to stop the Russian onslaught and are even expecting things to get worse. But their options for intensifying pressure on President…
Ukraine and its allies expressed fury on Friday after Europe's largest atomic power plant was attacked and seized by invading Russian forces
Bloomberg News announced yesterday it was suspending the work of its journalists in Russia and CNN said it will stop broadcasting
US and Russian armed forces have set up a direct phone line to reduce the risks of “miscalculation” amid the war in Ukraine
Russia blocked Facebook, curbed Twitter and moved to impose harsh jail terms over “fake news” about its army as Moscow seeks to squelch
Facing economic isolation, the danger is that Russia’s leader will just choose to turn back the clock to a darker era.
Microsoft Corp. is suspending new sales of its products and services in Russia, the software giant announced
NATO would prefer to avoid confrontation with Russia but stands ready if "the conflict comes to us," US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Friday decried Russia’s “recklessness” over the shelling of a nuclear power plant in Ukraine
Volodymyr Zelensky accused Moscow Friday of resorting to “nuclear terror” and wanting to “repeat” the Chernobyl disaster
Russia-Ukraine conflict began early last week when Russia formally recognized the breakaway Donetsk and Luhansk regions
United Kingdom has announced that a full asset freeze and travel ban has been imposed against Alisher Usmanov and Igor Shuvalov, two of Russia
Queen for continuing to support the Disasters Emergency Committee and for making a generous donation to the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is “going to plan”, President Vladimir Putin said despite fierce resistance and deepening international isolation
nuclear power plant in Ukraine, the largest of its kind in Europe, was on fire early on Friday after an attack by Russian troops
22 bodies have been recovered from rubble in the wake of Russian air strikes in Ukraine's Chernihiv region, the Ukrainian emergency services
Cease-fire to be among top agenda items at meeting as the war continues on 8th day. Ukrainian delegation had arrived earlier
“Russia intends to continue the uncompromising fight against militants of nationalist armed groups,” Putin said, according to a Kremlin
Ukraine’s power stations are operating in a stable manner despite widespread insecurity in the country since Russia’s invasion
Centre for Economic Recovery, CIVITA and EasyBusiness, said that direct losses in the first four days of the war were about $7 billion
Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian warned during an interview on France 2 television channel, adding that he feared "a logic of siege
Service will continue to be available to Russian users to allow the global flow of information, the firm says. Russia removed Russian
Southeast Asian bloc says it is ‘ready to facilitate, in any possible way, peaceful dialogue among parties concerned’
Foreign Minister Lavrov Russia-Ukraine war in live interview TV channels. "military operation" even in a case peace agreement with Ukraine.
NFTs to support Ukrainian Armed Forces soon," Mykhailo Fedorov said in a tweet, without giving any further details of the project.
Ukraine War: "We will restore every house, every street, every city and we say to Russia: learn the word of reparations and contributions
3,000 Chinese citizens have been safely moved from Ukraine to neighbouring countries," the Foreign Ministry said
German retailers decide not to sell Russian-made products, Italy postpones Russian opera conductor Gergiev's performance
Ukrainian civilians exhausted after their journey to the border in southeastern Poland. Ukraine since Russia launched its war against
Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has declared two diplomats, working in the Russian Embassy in Sofia, persona non grata for alleged spying against Bulgaria.
Possible that Russia was deliberately pushed into conflict with Ukraine, says Russian foreign minister
227 civilians have been killed and 525 injured since the start of Russia’s war on Ukraine, the UN’s human rights body
9,000 Russian soldiers have been killed since the full-scale war on the country began a week ago.
past three days and the cities of Kharkiv, Chernihiv and Mariupol remain in Ukrainian hands, according to British military intelligence.
Ukraine’s eastern Kharkiv region in the past 24 hours between March 2-3, the emergency services
war crimes committed in Ukraine, following requests to do so by an unprecedented number of the court's member states.
Ukraine's second-biggest city, Kharkiv, suffered heavy bombardment Russia's week-long invasion denounced United Nations
OSCE Europe's monitoring mission was killed in a bombing while collecting supplies for her family, the international body
UN General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted a resolution that “demands” Russia “immediately” withdraw from Ukraine, in a powerful rebuke of Moscow'
Zelensky said yesterday that his country had thwarted Russia's “sneaky” plans, saying he was proud of the “heroic” resistance to Moscow's invasion.
Ukraine plans to urge about 50 more tech companies, including in gaming, esports and internet infrastructure
EU had long been backing the Kyiv regime despite controversial activities including killing of people in east Ukraine.
Germany non-Europeans fleeing Ukraine in the wake of its war with Russia are witnessing racism and discrimination.
India is yet to criticise long-standing arms supplier Russia publicly, instead urging both sides to cease hostilities, causing frustration among its other allies including the United States.
World War were to take place, it would involve nuclear weapons and be destructive
Russia from the SWIFT payment system could cripple its ability to trade with most of the world.
Russian forces landed in Ukraine's second-biggest city on Wednesday (Mar 2) and triggered immediate clashes in the streets
Putin's reception in two predominantly Russophone cities that have benefited from Russian trade and tourists captures how the invasion of Ukraine appears
Russian commanders facing fierce Ukrainian resistance intensify their bombardment of urban areas in a push
Ukraine’s second city, Kharkiv, as Russian commanders intensified their bombardment
Russian commanders intensified their bombardment of Ukrainian urban areas in a shift of tactics after their six-day assault stalled
Ukraine, Russia has shown no sign of stopping an assault that has included strikes on Kyiv and rocket attacks
International Court of Justice said yesterday it would hold genocide hearings on March 7 and 8 over the war in Ukraine
Belarus, a close ally of Russia, would not be taking part in the attack on Ukraine, he added.
Ukrainian capital Kyiv, the United Nations said more than 660,000 refugees had fled to neighbouring countries
Boris Johnson said British troops would not fight Russian forces in Ukraine, and that recent reinforcements were firmly within the borders of NATO members.
Russians faced increasing isolation as sanctions made travel harder and sports teams were ejected from major competitions.
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba asked his Chinese counterpart in a phone call today to use Beijing’s ties with Moscow to stop Russia
France will offer €100 million (RM468 million) in financial aid to populations hit by conflict in Ukraine
Russian missile hits Kharkiv's administrative building in Freedom Square, causing a huge explosion.
Sweden European Union to extend sanctions to more individuals connected to the Russian leadership
Putin's war on Ukraine has raised fears of nuclear conflict or even World War III. Three experts weigh in on nuclear risk.
Russia-Ukraine War: Russia Used A Vacuum Bomb During Invasion, Claims Ukraine.
Ukraine-Russia War: After their first talks since the war started failed to secure a breakthrough Monday, Russia continued to target residential areas
Russia's invasion, launched last week, appears not to have achieved the decisive early gains that Putin would have hoped for. Ceasefire talks held
Satellite images showed a long build-up of armoured vehicles and artillery starting 29km north of the city, as Moscow defied mounting global
US said that it was expelling 12 members of Russia’s UN mission from America for being “intelligence operatives,” prompting a furious response
witter and Facebook parent Meta moved yesterday to curb the presence on their platforms of Russian state-linked news outlets
Russia’s ambassador described the US expulsion of 12 UN staff as a “hostile move”.
US-Russia crisis since the Cold War, President Joe Biden will take on a no less difficult domestic challenge during his State of the Union address: restoring Americans’ optimism.
UN General Assembly’s 193 members held an extraordinary debate on the invasion of the ex-Soviet state.
EU added top Kremlin-linked oligarchs and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman to its sanctions blacklist as part
Macron reiterated the international community’s demands to halt Russia’s offensive in Ukraine in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian airspace in a retaliatory move after sweeping sanctions targeting its aviation sector.
Roman Abramovich was contacted by the Ukrainian side for support in achieving a peaceful resolution, and that he has been trying to help ever since
Western sanctions over its invasion of neighbouring Ukraine as President Vladimir Putin huddled with officials to discuss the economic turmoil of the five-day-old war.
Ukraine attack, but analysts and US officials say many Ukrainian defences remain intact
Putin staged nuclear weapons drills around Russia's border with Ukraine. In case anyone missed the point
Putin gave the order for a “special military operation” in Ukraine and fears the Ukrainians in his hometown Wroclaw
Vladimir Putin put Russia’s nuclear deterrent on high alert on Sunday in the face of a barrage of Western-led reprisals for his war on Ukraine
International Court of Justice accusing Russia of “planning acts of genocide in Ukraine”, the Hague-based court
rump does not run, 61 per cent of respondents said they would back DeSantis in the party’s presidential primary, far ahead of ex-secretary of state Mike Pompeo
2,000 people at anti-war protests held in 48 cities across Russia on Sunday, a protest monitoring group said
Vladimir Putin raises the risk of a catastrophic miscalculation by putting nuclear forces on heightened alert
Russia Ukraine Crisis: The talks between the countries are set to take place near Chernobyl - the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster.
Ukraine presidency as saying the country has agreed to hold talks with Russia at Belarus border.
There was intense street fighting across the capital on Saturday, Sunday more than 200,000 people had fled the violence in Ukraine.
Officially, Putin earns about $140,000 a year and owns a small apartment, according to his public financial disclosures.
Putin today thanked Russia’s special forces, singling out those who are “heroically fulfilling their military duty” in Ukraine,
Russian state-owned media outlet RT’s mobile app on Ukrainian territory at the request of the government in Kyiv
Russia Ukraine Crisis: Ukraine has rejected Russian suggestions that it was refusing to negotiate a ceasefire but said it was not ready to accept unacceptable conditions
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday rejected a US offer to evacuate, saying he needs ammunition, not a ride.
Mars -Russia try to occupy Ukraine! While your rockets successfully land from space - Russian rockets attack Ukrainian civil people! We ask you to provide Ukraine with Starlink stations,” Fedorov tweeted at Musk.
United Nations Charter, and the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia to prevent the situation from getting out of control.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Biden directed that US$350 million allocated through the Foreign Assistance Act be designated for Ukraine’s defense.
Trump irked some Republican party members by describing Putin’s actions in Ukraine, where cities have been pounded by Russian artillery and cruise missiles, as “genius” and “pretty savvy.”
Ukraine War: The Kremlin website was reported to be down following reports of cyberattacks on various other Russian government and state media websites.
Ukraine Russia Crisis: Russia said President Vladimir Putin had ordered the suspension of the advance of the main forces in Ukraine.
Ukraine Russia Crisis: The Russian offensive continues as the country vetoed a draft UN Security Council resolution that would have deplored Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Russia starts to deploy additional military units at border with Ukraine, says Ukrainian military
I am here. We will not lay down any weapons. We will defend our state, because our weapons are our truth
Russia-Ukraine crisis: Russia vetoed a UN resolution condemning its invasion and Western nations
Ukraine, concerns are growing that neighbouring Belarus is also at risk of gradually losing its sovereignty without being the direct target of a military operation by Moscow.
Russia-Ukraine crisis: US and Ukrainian officials say Russia aims to capture Kyiv and topple the government
Russia-Ukraine crisis: US and Ukrainian officials say Russia aims to capture Kyiv and topple the government
Ukrainian cities on Thursday, and Ukraine reported columns of troops pouring across its borders from Russia and Belarus and landing on its Black Sea and Azov Sea coasts.
UN Security Council resolution yesterday that deplored “in the strongest terms” the country’s “aggression” against Ukraine
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted a wave of sanctions as global leaders seek to ramp up pressure on the Kremlin.
Ukraine’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) said the hackers were using password-stealing emails to break into Ukrainian soldiers
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for a stronger response from the West, and several nations rushed to ramp up sanctions including on Putin himself as well as his Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Council of Europe said yesterday it is suspending all representatives of Russia from participation in the pan-European rights body over Moscow
Ukraine they are moving towards Kyiv and the stated goal is to change the government of Ukraine.
Facebook, accusing it of “censoring” Russian media, announcing the measure a day after Russia invaded Ukraine and the latest in a series of steps against US social media giants.
European Union finance ministers and central bank governors, Dombrovskis said Ukraine was suffering from investor flight and its access to financial markets has been very problematic.
Russia shrugs off sanctions, says talks with Ukraine will only happen once army surrenders
Seoul will soon announce measures against Russia in line with international community, says foreign minister
Interim Afghan government urges Moscow, Kyiv to 'resolve crisis through dialogue, peaceful means'
Russia is ready to send a delegation to the Belarusian capital Minsk for talks with Ukraine, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday
China's President Xi Jinping said he supported solving the Ukraine crisis through talks in a call with Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russia-Ukraine crisis: Russia invaded Ukraine in a widely condemned move after President Vladimir Putin declared war in the biggest attack
Russian military units in 2 Ukrainian army vehicles advancing from northern Obolon district towards Kyiv center, says deputy defense minister.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky vowed on Friday to stay in Kyiv as his troops battled Russian invaders who are advancing toward
Ukraine Crisis: Russian missiles and shelling rained down on Ukrainian cities on Thursday after President Vladimir Putin unleashed a full-scale ground invasion and air assault.
Ukrainian forces battled Russian invaders on three sides on Thursday after Moscow unleashed the biggest attack on a European state since
Demonstrators in several major U.S. cities protested the invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, calling on Russian
United States believes Russia's invasion of Ukraine is designed to decapitate Ukraine's government and one of the three main axes
government of Ukraine is asking for volunteers from the country's hacker underground to help protect critical infrastructure and conduct.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy vowed on Friday to stay in Kyiv as his troops battled Russian invaders who are advancing toward
UN General Assembly within days, a senior US administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said earlier yesterday.
Biden said Putin's action “betrays a sinister vision for a future of our world; one where nations take what they want by force.
Biden administration announced sweeping export restrictions against Russia on Thursday, hammering its access to global exports
UN refugee chief warned today Russia's invasion of Ukraine would have “devastating” humanitarian consequences
U.S. President Joe Biden met with his counterparts from the Group of Seven allies on Thursday morning to map out more severe measures
Nato is activating its “defence plans” for allied countries as Russia attacks non-Nato member Ukraine, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg told a media conference today.
Boris Johnson today said Russian President Vladimir Putin was a “dictator” who now faced “massive” Western sanctions for invading Ukraine.
No ordinary geopolitical issue. Ukrainian crisis is a symptom of a new reality, the formation of new international relations
4 Russian tanks destroyed as well, says Ukrainian Defense Ministry after Russia announces military intervention
resident Zelenskyy announced Ukraine would break diplomatic relations with Moscow in response to Russia's invasion.
Explosions thundered in Ukrainian cities shortly after President Vladimir V. Putin declared the start of a “special military operation.”.
Vladimir Putin has declared war on Ukraine and there are reports of Russia attacking several locations across the country.
resident Volodymyr Zelenskyy says the government will issue weapons to every citizen who wants to defend Ukraine.
Russian invasion stirs international condemnation, roils global markets and a promise by Ukraine's president to defend the country.
China on Thursday said it was monitoring the situation in Ukraine and called for "restraint" on all sides after Russian
Russian army has 850,000 active military personnel, 250,000 reservist officers, and 200,000 paramilitary forces, whereas the Ukrainian army
Price rises in morning from around $1890 per ounce on Wednesday due to Russia's offensive into Ukraine
Moscow Exchange announced on Thursday that it has suspended trading on all of its markets until further notice.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered a “special military operation” in eastern Ukraine, telling the West not to intervene
US President Joe Biden said the "world will hold Russia accountable" over its attack against Ukraine that he warned will cause
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made a direct plea late Wednesday to Russian President Vladimir Putin to not attack Ukraine
Ukraine latest as US says Russia could invade today; military convoys seen heading to Ukrainian city from border; Biden-Putin meeting called
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special military operation early Thursday in eastern Ukraine's Donbas region.
Leaders of Ukraine's breakaway regions of Donetsk and Luhansk write letter to Vladimir Putin asking for assistance, says Kremlin
convoy with the Russian military vehicles was seen near the ... while advancing towards the border with the Donbas region of Ukraine
Russia continues down this path, it could – according to our estimates – create a new refugee crisis, one of the largest facing the world
Airlines advised stopping flying over all of Ukraine. Conflict zone monitor highlights risk of unintended shootdown or cyber attack
Russia said Wednesday that new US sanctions will meet a "strong response" after US President Joe Biden announced fresh penalties against
: Russia and Ukraine Edge Closer to War ... follows an announcement by Russia that it would evacuate its diplomatic staff from Ukraine.
"Ukraine needs security guarantees. Clear, specific, and immediate, said Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky.
Imran Khan to meet President Vladimir Putin amid escalating tensions in region
State of emergency to last 30 days, can be extended up to 60 days if necessary: Ukraine’s national security council chief
The statement, however, did not explicitly mention Russia by name, reflecting the complicated position Israel has found itself over the Ukraine crisis erupting 3,000 kilometers away
China lashed out at Washington over the sanctions on Wednesday and said it was raising tensions by sending weapons to Ukraine.
Is Putin's decision to send "peacekeeping" troops into separatist-held areas in Ukraine an act of war? Experts explain.
90,000 people evacuated from region since Feb. 18
Kyiv fears possible Russian invasion of Ukraine could reduce its ability to provide consular services to its citizens in Russia
This comes after President Vladimir Putin recognized the independence of breakaway regions Donetsk and Luhansk and ordered Russian troops there.
The region should be concerned about the baneful precedent set by the Russian invasion of the Donbass.
US President Joe Biden finds himself in a splitscreen presidency as Russia starts to invade Ukraine
The Biden administration has been vowing to hit Moscow with a potent cocktail of banking sanctions and export controls for weeks, in response to a massing of hundreds of thousands of Russian troops along Ukraine's borders.
Some of the officials argue today that the sanctions prevented Putin from ordering Russian forces beyond where they had halted on the Crimean Peninsula and in the eastern Donbas region.
Putin ordered Russian troops into eastern Ukraine in what the Kremlin called a "peacekeeping" mission in the Moscow-backed regions.
Western leaders said Tuesday that Russian troops have moved into rebel-held areas in eastern Ukraine after President Vladimir Putin's recognized their independence — but some indicated it was not yet the long-feared full-fledged invasion as…
Russia Ukraine Conflict Live News, Russia Ukraine War Crisis News Today: The White House is now referring to Russian troop deployments in eastern Ukraine as an “invasion” after initially hesitating to use the term.
Russian parliament's upper house on Tuesday voted to allow President Vladimir Putin to use the Russian army outside the country to support separatists in Ukraine.
Ukrainian president urges Western leaders to impose sanctions on Russia
Chancellor Olaf Scholz says Moscow’s recognition of separatist regions in eastern Ukraine is clear violation of international law
EU has prepared and stands ready to adopt additional measures at a later stage if needed in the light of further developments
"The UK and our allies will begin to impose the sanctions on Russia that we have already prepared," said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in parliament.
lower house of the Russian parliament, the Duma, voted to approve Putin’s friendship deals with the Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR) and Lugansk People’s Republic (LNR).
By seeking to force Ukraine back into Moscow’s orbit, Putin is attempting to upend the security structure that has helped maintain an uneasy peace on the continent for the past three decades.
The history and culture of Russia and Ukraine are indeed intertwined -they share the same Orthodox Christian religion, and their languages, customs and national cuisines are related.
Iran calls on all parties to exercise restraint and avoid any action that could aggravate tensions,” a foreign ministry statement said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin to recognise the independence of the two self-proclaimed republics in eastern Ukraine, condemning Moscow and calling for sanctions.
markets are going to react and if Russia pushes to invade then all the threats that have been made, like the sanctions, go into effect.
US$97.35 (RM407.35), their highest since September 2014. S&P 500 futures fell 2 per cent and Nasdaq futures fell 2.7 per cent.
NEW YORK The deployment of what Russia called a peacekeeping operation in eastern Ukraine is “nonsense” and Moscow’s recognition of breakaway regions as independent is part of its pretext for war, the United States told the UN Security…
Russia-Ukraine crisis: Tensions spiked in recent days after an outbreak of heavy shellfire on Ukraine's eastern frontline with the separatists.
United States says Russia may be poised to invade Ukraine with a force of up to 190,000 troops it has massed near its neighbour's borders.
Ukraine-Russia Crisis: Macron demanded an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council as well as the adoption of targeted European sanctions.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Ukraine was committed to peace and diplomacy after Russia formally recognized two Russian-backed separatist regions.
Russia-Ukraine Crisis: President Joe Biden imposed sanctions on the two Russian-backed areas in eastern Ukraine's Donbass region.
The rebel leaders of Donetsk and Lugansk made a coordinated appeal to Putin for Moscow to recognise them earlier on Monday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that he no longer felt that a key 2015 plan agreed with France, Germany and Kyiv would be able to resolve Ukraine's separatist conflict. "We understand that there are no prospects" for the…
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba denied a string of claims issued by Russian officials throughout a tense day that has intensified fears that the Kremlin is paving the way for an invasion of Ukraine.
Current and former US and European officials say they are alarmed over what is effectively a non-aggression pact between China and Russia, that could amount to a realignment of the world order.
If Putin strikes to take the whole country in a single blow — the approach that senior US military and intelligence officials and many outside analysts now think is the most likely — it could provoke the largest, most violent battle for…
In a phone conversation lasting 105 minutes, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron agreed on "the need to favour a diplomatic solution to the ongoing crisis and to do everything to achieve one."
Ukraine, amid a spike of violence over the weekend that has reinforced fears in the West that Russia may seek a pretext to invade its neighbour.
As the international tensions over Ukraine are on the rise, here's what you need to know about the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
With Western fears of war rising, the White House said US President Joe Biden's national security team told him they still believed Russia could launch an attack in Ukraine "at any time".
UN Security Council. It is the only way out for the Ukrainian issue. As far as I understand, the Russian side supports the new Minsk agreement.
Cold War crises, Russia wants to stop Kyiv joining NATO and accuses the West of hysteria, saying it has no plans to invade, while the US and allies are adamant the military build-up continues.
Imran is scheduled to travel to Russia on February 23. This would be the first official bilateral visit by an elected prime minister in 23 years.
United States, which estimates that Russia has placed more than 150,000 troops near Ukraine’s borders, has observed significant movements
Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 index NIK, -0.41% lost 0.4%, while the Hang Seng HSI, -1.a80% in Hong Kong gave up 0.4%. The Kospi 180721, +0.02% in Seoul lost 0.1% while Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 XJO, -1.02% declined 0.5%. The Shanghai Composite…
Russia may be preparing an invasion. Moscow denied it but followed up with a series of specific demands from NATO and the United States that go far beyond Ukraine.
WASHINGTON Russia has expelled the US deputy chief of mission to Russia, Bart Gorman, a State Department spokesperson said today, warning of a US response amid heightened fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. “Russia’s action…
MEXICO CITY Mexican authorities yesterday said they intercepted more than 1,000 migrants in the last 24 hours as the government tried to curb entry of undocumented travellers seeking to make their way to the United States. The…
London threatens Russians with sanctions in case of Ukraine invasion, Moscow says it would retaliate
Latin American boom and bust cycle. The region would benefit from a short-lived commodity-based economic boom, followed by a steep financial crisis once oil, metals and food prices return back to normal.
Andrew E. Kramer and Anton Troianovski The march to war in Ukraine slowed a bit Wednesday, as Russia announced further troop withdrawals and, with Ukraine, signalled a willingness to explore diplomatic solutions to the crisis, including…
MOSCOW Russia said Wednesday it was returning more troops and weapons to bases, but NATO declared it saw no sign of a drawdown as fears that Moscow could invade Ukraine soon persisted. Russia has massed about 150,000 troops east,…
TOKYO Tokyo stocks closed sharply higher today, extending Wall Street rallies on easing fears of an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index ended up 2.22 per cent or 595.21 points at 27,460.40, while the…
MADRID German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said today that Russia needed to take concrete steps, such as troop withdrawals, towards de-escalation with Ukraine, as so far it had given only words. “Every real step towards…
Russia says some forces rebasing after build-up near Ukraine West responds with caution and scepticism Putin hosts Germany's Scholz in Kremlin Russia said on Tuesday some of its military units were returning to their bases…
SYDNEY Asian share benchmarks dropped today as investors contemplated the implications of a potential imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.4 per cent in early…
Ukraine could drop its bid to join NATO to avoid war with Russia, the BBC quoted the country's ambassador to Britain as saying, in what would amount to a major concession to Moscow in response to the build-up of Russian troops on its…
KYIV Ukraine sees no point in closing its airspace amid an escalation with Russia, a senior Ukrainian official said on Sunday (Feb 13), after the United States warned that Russian troops could invade the eastern European nation at any…
WASHINGTON The United States yesterday denied that it had carried out military operations in Russian territorial waters, after Moscow said a Russian naval vessel chased away a US submarine in Russian waters in the Pacific. Russia…
KYIV The United States said on Saturday (Feb 12) it was ordering most staff at its embassy in Kyiv to leave Ukraine immediately due to the threat of an invasion by Russia. An updated travel advisory said the State Department had…
MOSCOW Russia and Ukraine said they had failed to reach any breakthrough in a day of talks with French and German officials aimed at ending an eight-year separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. The lack of progress marked a setback…
KYIV Ukraine criticized Russian naval exercises near its southern coast on Thursday, saying the presence of warships were part of a "hybrid war" that had made navigation in the Black Sea and Azov Sea virtually impossible. In a…
Several world leaders lined up Monday to walk a diplomatic tightrope that could mean the difference between war in Ukraine and an uneasy peace there as Russia's menacing actions on the border of its neighbor continued unabated. Here's a…
MOSCOW/ISTANBUL Six Russian warships are heading to the Black Sea from the Mediterranean for naval drills, the Interfax news agency cited Russia's Defence Ministry as saying on Tuesday, in what it said was a pre-planned movement of…