Finance, Energy Sectors On List In US’s Fresh Sanctions Against Russia

The US has imposed several tranches of sanctions targeting Moscow. (File) Washington: The United States will impose further sanctions on Russia, as it looks to the finance sector and Moscow’s ability to produce energy, the U.S. State Department’s head of sanctions coordination said on Wednesday. In prepared testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, James […]

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Families Send Off Russian Reservists

Russia invaded Ukraine in February by calling it as Special military exercise. (File) Saint Petersburg, Russia: Outside an army recruitment centre in Saint Petersburg, women and children embrace Russian men called up to fight in Ukraine, whispering among each other where their loved ones will be sent. Some at the send-off are holding out hope […]

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Russian Opposition Calls For Protest Over Vladimir Putin’s Mobilisation Order

Ukraine war: Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered Russia’s first mobilisation since World War II. (File) Tbilisi, Georgia: Russia’s opposition on Wednesday called for protests against President Vladimir Putin after he ordered the mobilisation of 300,000 reservists for what Kremlin foe Alexei Navalny said was a failing criminal war. Putin on Wednesday ordered Russia’s first mobilisation […]

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China Exploiting Ukraine War To Warn US Of Its Threats: Report

China’s second point was to condemn anti-Russia sanctions imposed by West. (File) Beijing: China is fully exploiting the Russia-Ukraine crisis to warn the United States of its threats — a classic example of “killing the chicken to scare the monkey,” GeoPolitica reports said. From China blaming NATO’s expansion for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to blaming […]

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