The Controversy Surrounding Russia’s Alleged Role in North Korea’s New ICBM Launch

New North Korean Missile Launch Sparks Debates on Russia’s Involvement SEOUL (Reuters) – The recent launch of North Korea’s Hwasong-18, an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) equipped with a solid fuel engine, has ignited discussions about the role Russia may be playing in dealing with the nuclear-armed nation. According to a report released by the Center […]

Belarusian President Lukashenko: Russian President Putin Not Forcing Belarus to Join Ukraine’s War

Belarusian President Lukashenko: Russian President Putin Not Forcing Belarus into Ukraine’s War Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has emphasized that Russian President Vladimir Putin is not pressuring Belarus to join the conflict in Ukraine. In an interview with Ukrainian journalist Diana Panchenko, who has pro-Russian leanings, Lukashenko made it clear that Belarus will not engage in […]

EU Faces Dilemma as Import Ban on Ukrainian Grain Stirs Tensions with Eastern Member States

Russia’s Withdrawal from Grain Export Agreement Disrupts Ukrainian Trade Routes The withdrawal of Russia from a year-old agreement to export Ukrainian grain through Black Sea ports in July has significantly disrupted Ukraine’s trade routes. Since then, Ukraine has been forced to rely solely on alternative routes through the European Union (EU). The EU is now […]

Ukrainian President Zelensky Urges EU to Lift “Un-European” Restrictions on Grain Imports

Ukrainian President Urges EU to Terminate Restrictive Measures on Grain Imports KYIV, September 24 (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called upon the European Union (EU) to put an end to “unacceptable and evidently un-European” restrictions on Ukrainian grain imports from five neighboring member states by the fast-approaching September 15 deadline. Back in May, […]

Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Accuses Ukraine of Launching ‘Terrorist Attack’ Through Black Sea Grain Export Corridor

Russia Accuses Ukraine of Using Black Sea Grain Export Corridor for “Terrorist Attacks” Moscow, 21st January (Reuters) – Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Bershinin, made stunning allegations on Monday, accusing Ukraine of exploiting the Black Sea grain export corridor to carry out “terrorist attacks” against Russia’s national interests. Bershinin clarified Russia’s decision to suspend the Black […]

UN Security Council to Discuss Humanitarian Consequences of Russia’s Suspension of Ukrainian Grain Exports

UN Security Council to Address Humanitarian Consequences of Russia’s Suspension of Ukraine Grain Exports By [Author Name] The United Nations Security Council has scheduled a meeting on Thursday to discuss the dire “humanitarian consequences” arising from Russia’s decision to halt an agreement allowing Ukrainian grain exports via the Black Sea. This development was disclosed by […]

NATO Considers Opening New Office in Japan Despite French Opposition

NATO Considers Opening New Office in Japan PARIS, VILNIUS – NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, revealed on Thursday that the possibility of establishing a NATO liaison office in Japan has been placed on the organization’s agenda for future deliberation. Speaking at a press conference during the NATO Summit in Lithuania, Stoltenberg emphasized that the discussion […]

Turkish President Calls for EU to Prioritize Turkey’s Membership over Sweden’s NATO Entry

Turkey Urges the EU to Clear Path for Membership Before Approving Sweden’s NATO Entry ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan emphasized on Thursday the need for the European Union (EU) to facilitate Turkey’s membership before its parliament greenlights Sweden’s accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Prior to his departure for the […]

Russian Lawyers Risking Their Lives to Defend Anti-War Activists

Title: Russian Lawyers Defend Rights Amidst Ukraine Conflict Subtitle: Young lawyers take up the challenge to protect individuals’ rights amidst a rising number of arrests and human rights violations in Russia during the ongoing conflict with Ukraine. Sophia Gominova’s determination to become a lawyer solidified at the young age of 11. Born in post-Soviet Russia, […]