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India PM Modi tells Putin ‘war cannot solve problems’

      Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday in Moscow that peace was "of utmost importance" and that "war cannot solve problems". "As a friend, I have also said that for the brighter future of our next generation, peace is of utmost importance," Modi said in a speech in Hindi, sitting alongside Putin. "When innocent children are murdered, one sees them die, the […]

todayJuly 9, 2024 15


Iiponokela koongeleka nii synagogues moshitopolwa Dagesten mo Russia oya faalele oomwenyo dhaanambelewa yopolisi 15 naakwashigwana ya 4

Iiponokela koongeleka nii synagogues moshitopolwa Dagesten mo Russia oya faalele oomwenyo dhaanambelewa yopolisi 15 naakwashigwana ya 4,noku tukulutha omaipulo gomiyonena dhuukulo moshitopolwa shina ondjokonona yomakuyunguto moshitopolwa North Caucasus. Iiponokela yahela oyeya konima yoomwedhi 3 sho ongundu yo IS ya dhipaga aantu ya konda 140 mosaala yomainyanyudho mo Moscow,moshiponokela oshidhipagi moomvula dha thika 20 mo Russia. Moscow nena okwati okwa manitha oshikonga shili ompinge nuukulo,noku dhipaga aaponokeli ya 5 mboka yenamo […]

todayJune 24, 2024 3


Bulgaria’s nuclear plant starts to replace Russian fuel

      Bulgaria's sole nuclear power plant began to use atomic fuel produced by US group Westinghouse in one of its reactors Monday, in the latest effort to reduce its dependence on Russian energy. The state-owned Kozloduy plant on the Danube river supplies more than a third of the country's electricity and has so far relied on Russian fuel for its two operational Soviet-built 1,000-megawatt reactors. The oldest reactor […]

todayJune 10, 2024 22


Russian Foreign Minister begins Africa tour

      Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived in Guinea on the first leg of a three-country African tour aimed at boosting support for Moscow. According to reports by Russian state me-dia, Lavrov is expected to continue his tour in Chad and Burkina Faso. The trip comes as Moscow looks to bolster support from countries on the continent, amidst Russian isolation on the world stage.

todayJune 4, 2024 15


Ukraine wants more freedom to strike targets inside Russia

    Ukraine says it would urge allies to give its troops more free-dom to strike military targets inside Russia after the United States partially lifted restrictions on the use of some Western-supplied weapons. Washington last week gave Ukraine limited permission to use Western-supplied weapons to strike some military targets on Russian territory. The issue has been deeply divisive among Ukraine's supporters, with some reluctant to permit Ukraine to strike […]

todayJune 4, 2024 11


Omukalelipo shilongo gwa Russia mo Mozambique okwaadhika a hulitha megumbo lye

Epangelo lya Mozambique olyati otali longo nomalelo mo Moscow oku konakona eso lyomukalelipo gwa Russia Alexander Surikov. Omunamimvo 68 Surikov okwaadhika a hulitha uusiku wolyomakaya megumbo lye lyiilonga moshilandopangelo Maputo. Shoka sheetitha eso lye inashi tseyika. Ombelewa yomutamaneki ndjayi mo Mozambique oyati kayili uupathi ketindo lyomalelo ga Russia oku konakona omudhimba gwe ngaashi tashi lopotwa kiikundaneki yomoshilongo. Momushangwa ,omupresitend Fillipe Nyusi okwati eso lya Surikov olya thigapo omwaka onene,temu hokolola […]

todayMay 14, 2024 11


Why would Islamic State attack Russia and what does this mean for the terrorism threat globally?

      By Greg Barton, Deakin University   It appears almost certain the brutal assault on a Russian crowd settling down to watch a rock concert in Moscow on Friday night was an Islamist terrorist attack. At least 133 people were left dead and scores more were injured after gunmen with automatic weapons stormed the Crocus City Hall in Moscow and opened fire, triggering a stampede. Islamic State claimed […]

todayMarch 25, 2024 6


500 sanctions vs. $60 billion in aid: Best way to ‘defeat Russia’ is by helping Ukraine ‘on ground’

Ukraine vowed to triumph over Russian "darkness" as it entered a new year of war weakened by a lack of Western aid and with Moscow emboldened by fresh gains. To mark the second anniversary, a virtual summit of G7 leaders was due to take place at Kyiv's Saint Sophia Cathedral later Saturday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky attending. When Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a "special military operation" at dawn […]

todayFebruary 24, 2024 12


Alexei Navalny had a vision of a democratic Russia. That terrified Vladimir Putin to the core

    By Robert Horvath, La Trobe University   Alexei Navalny was a giant figure in Russian politics. No other individual rivalled the threat he posed to the Putin regime. His death in an Arctic labour camp is a blow to all those who dreamed he might emerge as the leader of a future democratic Russia. What made Navalny so important was his decision to become an anti-corruption crusader in […]

todayFebruary 20, 2024 8