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What happens to weapons sent to Ukraine? The US doesn’t really know

What happens to weapons sent to Ukraine? The US doesn’t really know

  Washington – The US has few ways to track the substantial supply of anti-tank, anti-aircraft and other weaponry it has sent across the border… Read More ›

Putin discusses Russia-Ukraine talks, Middle East with Palestinian leader Abbas

Putin discusses Russia-Ukraine talks, Middle East with Palestinian leader Abbas

Ramallah claims Russian president expressed his opposition to Israeli actions around Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque and assured Abbas of Moscow’s support of Palestinians in all international… Read More ›

3 US sailors from aircraft carrier found dead in less than one week

3 US sailors from aircraft carrier found dead in less than one week

  Three sailors from the USS George Washington aircraft carrier were found dead in less than one week, the Navy said, as the Naval Criminal… Read More ›

Noam Chomsky says Ukraine should settle with Russia

Noam Chomsky says Ukraine should settle with Russia

Chomsky, who originally made his name in the field of linguistics, has been known for his anti-war, anti-capitalist, and – perhaps most prominently – anti-zionist… Read More ›

The biggest risk to the global economy no one is talking about

The biggest risk to the global economy no one is talking about

New York – Nearly 400 million people across 45 cities in China are under full or partial lockdown as part of China’s strict zero-Covid policy.… Read More ›

Russia-Ukraine war: 400 foreign fighters in Mariupol surrounded – Russia

Russia-Ukraine war: 400 foreign fighters in Mariupol surrounded – Russia

Air raid sirens reported throughout the country * Russians assault near Mariupol seaport * No humanitarian corridors today   Russia gave holdout Ukrainian soldiers an… Read More ›

In Another Worrying Sign Of Aging, President Biden Shakes Hands With Thin Air

In Another Worrying Sign Of Aging, President Biden Shakes Hands With Thin Air

NEW YORK — Yet another disturbing sign of President Biden’s ongoing detachment from his surroundings occurred at the end of a speech given by the… Read More ›

Russia formally protests US weapons shipments to Ukraine

Russia formally protests US weapons shipments to Ukraine

Russia this week formally protested the US’ ongoing shipment of weapons to Ukraine, sending a diplomatic note to the State Department warning of “unpredictable consequences”… Read More ›

Russian warship sinks in the Black Sea after Ukraine claims it was hit by a missile

Russian warship sinks in the Black Sea after Ukraine claims it was hit by a missile

One of the Russian Navy’s most important warships has sunk in the Black Sea, a massive blow to a military struggling against Ukrainian resistance 50… Read More ›

Iran talks: No sign of compromise over IRGC designation – analysis

Iran talks: No sign of compromise over IRGC designation – analysis

Israel’s ambassador to the US, Mike Herzog, said he would like to see that deterrence in place “with or without a deal.”   WASHINGTON –… Read More ›

US military confirms an interstellar meteor collided with Earth

US military confirms an interstellar meteor collided with Earth

One meteor traveled quite a long way from home to visit Earth. Researchers discovered the first known interstellar meteor to ever hit Earth, according to… Read More ›

Mariupol mayor: Over 10,000 civilians dead; corpses ‘carpeted through the streets’

Mariupol mayor: Over 10,000 civilians dead; corpses ‘carpeted through the streets’

True toll could be twice as high, says Vadym Boychenko, accusing Russia of blocking humanitarian convoys for weeks and bringing in ‘mobile crematoriums’   KYIV,… Read More ›

NY Lieutenant Governor Resigns After Arrest In Federal Probe

NY Lieutenant Governor Resigns After Arrest In Federal Probe

  ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin resigned Tuesday in the wake of his arrest in a federal corruption investigation, Gov.… Read More ›

Kremlin-connected children grew up in the very countries whose societies their parents claim to reject

Kremlin-connected children grew up in the very countries whose societies their parents claim to reject

Theirs is a world of private jets, posh Parisian apartments, Austrian ski vacations and schooling at elite universities in London and New York. Their parents… Read More ›

Ukraine unit accuses Russia of using chemical weapons; UN calls to probe rapes

Ukraine unit accuses Russia of using chemical weapons; UN calls to probe rapes

UK says its working to verify allegations Russia used chemical agent in Mariupol; UN also calls for greater protection of Ukrainian children, says two-thirds are… Read More ›

Austria’s leader says his face-to-face meeting with Putin was ‘not a friendly visit’

Austria’s leader says his face-to-face meeting with Putin was ‘not a friendly visit’

  Berlin – Austria’s Chancellor Karl Nehammer said he raised alleged Russian atrocities in Ukraine during a “tough” and unfriendly meeting Monday with Vladimir Putin… Read More ›

Chechen chief Kadyrov says Russian forces will take Kyiv

Chechen chief Kadyrov says Russian forces will take Kyiv

“There will be an offensive … not only on Mariupol, but also on other places, cities and villages,” Kadyrov said in a video posted on… Read More ›

1st US ambassador to Ukraine: ‘I think we handled it wrong from the get-go’

1st US ambassador to Ukraine: ‘I think we handled it wrong from the get-go’

  Ukraine’s first President, waiting to see America’s 41st, chatted with a White House press aide — in Ukrainian. George H.W. Bush’s deputy secretary of… Read More ›

Ukraine War: Russians caused Chernobyl nuclear radiation levels to rise – report

Ukraine War: Russians caused Chernobyl nuclear radiation levels to rise – report

Russian troops entered storage facilities and dug trenches in the irradiated Red Forest leading to radiation that will cause them to experience sickness, state-run nuclear… Read More ›

Iran’s President Vows To Continue Nuclear Activities

Iran’s President Vows To Continue Nuclear Activities

  TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — President Ebrahim Raisi said Saturday that Iran will continue nuclear development activities as talks to revive Tehran’s nuclear deal with… Read More ›