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Putin Accuses US Of Double Standard In Treating Capitol Rioters

Russian President, Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of double standards in its treatment of Capitol rioters. He said it was wrong for the US to criticise crackdowns on anti-Government protests overseas, while prosecuting Americans with political demands. Speaking at a business forum in St Petersburg, Mr Putin set expectations low for his Summit […]

Russia School Shooting Kills Seven Students, Two Employees

Seven children and a teacher have been killed in a shooting at a School in the Russian city of Kazan. More than 20 others, mostly children, were reportedly wounded. The attack happened 820km (510 miles) East of Moscow and Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin spoke of “great sorrow”. The leader of Tatarstan said the attack was […]

U.S. To Send Two Warships To Black Sea Amid Russia-Ukraine

The Turkish Foreign Ministry has said the United States will send two Warships through the Bosphorus to the Black Sea next week as tensions simmer between Russia and Ukraine. The Ships will pass through the Bosphorus and enter the increasingly restless region on April 14 and 15, 2021; leaving on May 4 and May 5, […]

100-Year-Old Russian Woman Cured Of COVID-19

Russia celebrated a rare bit of good news as a 100-year-old woman left a Moscow Hospital after fully recovering from the Coronavirus. The Moscow Clinic treating her said in the Country’s first reported case of a survivor that old, the woman, Pelageya Poyarkova, was discharged on her 100th birthday. Russian television showed the elderly woman […]

Libya Strongman Leaves Moscow Without Signing Ceasefire Deal

Libya’s eastern strongman General Khalifa Haftar has left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement to end nine months of fighting in the country. The Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed to AFP on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. General Haftar on Monday evening asked for until Tuesday morning to look over the agreement already signed by the head […]

Libya Warlords Meet In Moscow To Sign Ceasefire Deal

The heads of Libya’s warring sides met in Moscow to sign a ceasefire deal ending nine months of heavy fighting. The meeting follows a diplomatic push by Turkey and Russia, which is keen to bolster its status as a powerbroker in the Middle East and step into a diplomatic void left by what observers see […]