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World  /  Published 27.06.22

Missiles hit Kyiv

Russian missiles hit an apartment block and kindergarten in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Sunday, as world leaders gathered in Europe to discuss further sanctions against Moscow. Up to four explosion...
By Reuters in Kyiv

World  /  Published 17.06.22

US is there for India: Biden administration

The US is there for India, the Biden administration has said, reiterating that New Delhi's relationship with Moscow developed over several decades when Washington was "not prepared or able to...
By Lalit K Jha in Washington

World  /  Published 14.06.22

Anti-war stance in Russia leads to arrests

In the wake of Russia's February 24 invasion of neighboring Ukraine, some citizens have taken a stance against what they call an unjust war of aggression. As a result, they have suffered the conse...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 13.06.22

Bridge for escape

Russian forces have blown up a bridge linking the embattled Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk to another city across the river, cutting off a possible evacuation route for civilians, local officials s...
By Reuters in Kyiv

World  /  Published 11.06.22

Ukraine seeks more arms

Ukraine’s military and its government renewed their pleas for more western arms as fierce fighting continued in the city of Sievierodonetsk, which President Volodymyr Zelensky has said is pivota...
By Jesus Jiménez

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World  /  Published 11.06.22

Russian bank cuts interest rates

Russia’s central bank cut interest rates to 9.5 per cent on Friday, from 11 percent, as officials said inflation was slowing more than expected. The annual inflation rate in Russia was 17.1 per...
By Eshe Nelson

World  /  Published 10.06.22

Can't fence off Russia: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that Moscow has the opportunity to build partnerships not only with India and China, but also with Latin America and Africa, asserting that it is impossible t...
By Our bureau and PTI in Moscow

World  /  Published 09.06.22

Kyiv’s dilemma

Just to enter Sievierodonetsk, Ukrainian soldiers run a gantlet of Russian artillery shells zeroed in on the only access route: a bridge littered with the burned husks of cars and trucks that didn&rsq...
By Andrew E. Kramer in Kramatorsk, Ukraine

World  /  Published 08.06.22

Oil exports ramped

Russia is ramping up oil exports from its major eastern port of Kozmino by about a fifth, aiming to meet surging demand from Asian buyers and offset the impact of EU sanctions, three sources familiar ...
By Reuters

World  /  Published 05.06.22

Samaritan farmer

One of the few civilians still driving on a road leading toward the battle front, Oleksandr Chaplik skidded to a stop and leaned out the car window to swap information with a villager. He was taking ...
By Carlotta Gall in Siversk District


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