France Excludes Putin from D-Day Anniversary Invitation Amid Ukraine Conflict

The decision to exclude Putin comes amidst ongoing tensions between Russia and Ukraine, with Moscow's annexation of Crimea and its support for separatist movements in eastern Ukraine continuing to strain diplomatic relations

Putin casts doubt on Russian participation as neutrals in Paris Olympics

Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed reservations about the conditions set by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for Russian athletes participating in the 2024 Olympics

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

Russia: President Putin and XI toasted on “no-limit friendship” at Kremlin palace

During a Kremlin meeting, President Vladimir Putin and Chinese president XI Jinping toasted their "no-limit friendship" on Tuesday, March 21. Its primary objective was to expand the ties between Russia and China amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine

India: President Putin may join G20 Summit

The spokeswoman claimed that it was impossible to rule out his attendance completely. At the same time, he stressed that neither the Russian politician nor his group had made a decision

“Stop Fooling around”, Putin criticised Russia’s Deputy PM

Vladimir Putin harshly criticised Russia's Deputy PM on Camera. It's almost a year since the Russia-Ukraine conflict began. Russia has got its hands full. The war in Ukraine was anything but swift and decisive

Bakhmut & Kreminna in Donbas require maximum resilience, says Zelensky

President Voldymor Zelensky shared a brief report on another week of Ukrainian resistance. He explains that Bakhmut, Kreminna and other areas in Donbas require maximum strength and concentration

Ukrainian advisor share video showing Putin saying Ukraine made first move of aggression

Anton Gerashchenko, a former deputy minister of internal affairs for Ukraine, posted a video in which President Vladimir Putin explains why Russia attacked multiple Ukrainian energy infrastructures with missiles and left the targets in the dark

Hospital Windows in Kyiv covered with Sandbags to counter Shockwaves

Newborns receive intensive care at Okhmatdyt Hospital, Kyiv. The windows are protected with sandbags, as Russia routinely targets civilian infrastructure, including medical facilities, across Ukraine

Moscow accuses Kyiv for drone strikes as Airbase

The explosions at the two military airports of Diaghilev and Engels, which are hundreds of kilometres from the front line, were attributed by Moscow to Kyiv yesterday. Three persons were murdered, and four others were hurt in the explosions

US intelligence expects a slower progression of hostilities in Ukraine over the upcoming months

Avril Haines, the director of national intelligence for the US, stated that despite Russian attacks on Ukraine's electricity and other essential infrastructure during the impending winter, she saw no signs of a breakdown in the country's resolve to resist. She stated that a slowdown in the progression of hostilities in Ukraine is expected for several months

World bank to provide additional $4.5 billion aid to support in Winter

Kira Rudik, a spokesperson for the Ukrainian people, stated in a statement that the World Bank will provide Ukraine with winter support in the amount of $4.5 billion. It is becoming ever more challenging for the Ukrainian people to tolerate the chilly temperatures as Russian missile attacks sabotage the water and power supplies

Russia exiting grain deal following Ukraine’s drone attacks on Black Sea Fleet

As Kyiv was accused of carrying out a terrorist attack on Black Sea Fleet ships and civilian vessels in the port city of Sevastopol, Russia announced its withdrawal from the Black Sea Grain Initiative

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French-Chinese SVOM Satellite Launches to Unravel Cosmic Mysteries of Gamma-Ray Bursts

The French-Chinese SVOM satellite launch signifies a pivotal moment in global space collaboration, poised to enhance our grasp of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs). These bursts, born from colossal stellar explosions or compact star mergers, emit energy flashes exceeding the brightness of any known stars

France Stifled Without Mbappe: Draws Blank Against Netherlands in Euro 2024 Clash

His absence proved telling as Les Bleus struggled to find the net, settling for a goalless draw that highlighted their dependency on the 25-year-old's dynamic presence. France, a squad brimming with talent across all lines, found themselves lacking the cutting edge that Mbappe typically injects into their play

Paris’ Seine River Fails Water Quality Tests, Jeopardizing Olympic Swimming Events

Marc Guillaume, the prefect of the Paris region, confirmed the disheartening results. "Samples from the Seine do not meet the standards we will have this summer," he stated, highlighting the ongoing concerns regarding water quality as the Games approach, scheduled from July 26 to August 11

French Swimmer’s Olympic Celebration Turns Painful After Shoulder Injury

Medical personnel promptly treated Fente-Damers on-site before transferring him to a nearby hospital for further assessment. Details regarding the exact nature and severity of his shoulder injury remain undisclosed, prompting concern and anticipation for updates on his condition

Kylian Mbappé Set to Wear Mask, Likely to Play Against Netherlands

Speaking to reporters before Friday's crucial match, Deschamps expressed confidence in Mbappé's progress. "Everything is going well after the shock we had. He was able to take part in some light exercises yesterday, and that will be the same this evening