Russia: President Putin to deploy tactical nukes in Belarus

Russian President Vladimir Putin has increased his nuclear threats against the West by sending Iskander ballistic missiles armed with tactical nuclear weapons to its ally Belarus

Russia threatens to attack International Criminal Court (ICC) with hypersonic missiles

Russia has threatened to attack the International Criminal Court(ICC)in The Hague with hypersonic missiles after the court issued a warrant of arrest against President Vladimir Putin, Aljazeera reported this week

Another Ukrainian soldier perished on Bakhmut front

Another Ukrainian soldier was killed in Bakhmut while engaged in combat with Russian forces, according to @INTobservers, a Ukrainian and Russian social media information source

Ex-Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev warns NATO Of Nuclear Apocalypse

Russia's deputy head of the Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, issued a warning to the west that continuing to support Ukraine will result in a nuclear disaster. He said this in reference to the west arming Ukraine in order to prolong the fight for a long time

Another demonstration in London & Paris to stop weaponizing Ukraine

Another demonstration in the UK was observed, with people calling on the government to cease providing guns and ammunition to Ukraine since it keeps making things worse rather than preserving peace

Putin’s war is abhorrent but predictable; Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage, a British broadcaster and Former Member of the European Parliament, stated that Putin's invasion of Ukraine was horrendous, but it was also entirely predictable. Farage warned in 2014 that E.U. and NATO expansion would lead to war

Russia blames Ukraine for using restricted chemical weapons

Russia's official Investigative Committee investigates the alleged use of chemical weapons by Ukrainian forces near the eastern Ukrainian villages of Soledar and Bakhmut. Moscow is looking into the matter even though the Ukrainian Armed Forces say they have never used chemical weapons

Flags half lowered at NATO Headquarters, paying tribute to Turkey

The NATO flag and the flags of its members lowered to half-mast outside the NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium to show support for their ally Turkey, which is experiencing severe difficulties as a result of three consecutive earthquakes that have shaken the country

“Neither we Nor All humanity will always live never”, says Isaev

"Neither we Nor All humanity will always live never", stated Andrey Isaev, Member of the committee of the state of the FA of the Russian Federation on Labour, social policy and veterans affairs, during a television programme while sharing their views over the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war

400 dead bodies remain unidentified in Kharkiv since Russia-Ukraine War began

199 bodies have been identified since the beginning of work on the de-occupied territories, which were discovered in mass graves, streets, and houses. More than 400 bodies have yet to be identified

Olena Meets his husband after a long time

Ukraine's first lady, Olena Zelenska, shared a picture of himself and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Both met each other after a long time as they were busy performing their national duty during the crisis

De Gaulle’s grandson slams EU for supporting US against Russia

A Twitter user named @JohnEdgarCarter posted the statement of Pierre de Gaule, the grandson of former French President Charles De Gaulle. He criticized the EU for supporting the USA against Russia

HIMARS attack to escalate War, says David B. Collum

David B. Collum, a researcher currently studying the Russia–Ukraine War, shared his thoughts on the recent attack on a Russian facility in the town of Makiivka, which is located in the Russian–controlled region of the Donetsk area of Ukraine

Italy: Defence Minister Guido Crosetto visits Bulgaria, sends Christmas holiday wishes

The Minister of Defense of the Italian Republic, Hon. Guido Crosetto has arrived in Bulgaria to send his greetings and wishes for the Christmas holidays to the Italian military presence in the country


Paris metro ticket prices to surge during 2024 Olympics; New pass introduced

Valerie Pecresse, the president of the Île-de-France region encompassing Paris, announced in a video posted on social media that single metro journeys would cost 4 euros, nearly double the current fare of 2.10 euros

PM Terrance Drew announces improvisations to make at JNF Hospitals

On November 29, 2023, the Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis Terrance Drew made an announcement through social media regarding the changes to be made for the improvisations of Joseph N. France (JNF) General Hospital.

Late controversial penalty denies Newcastle shock victory at Parc des Princes

The turning point came in the match's dying moments when referee Szymon Marciniak, following a VAR review, awarded a penalty for handball against Tino Livramento

French Interior Minister Proposes Ban on ultra-right Groups Amidst Rising Tensions Following Schoolboy’s murder

The incident occurred during a village dance on November 18, resulting in the fatal stabbing of Thomas and the subsequent eruption of tensions that have been seized upon by extreme-right activists

PM Drew graces presence on launch of Kidney Transplant Program

St Kitts and Nevis: The Prime Minister Terrance Drew marked his presence on the launch of Kidney (renal) Transplant Program which took place at Joseph N. France General Hospital. The objective of launching this initiative is to provide treatment to...