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What We Know About the Olenivka Attack That Killed 50 Ukrainian PoWs

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What We Know About the Olenivka Attack That Killed 50 Ukrainian PoWs

An attack on a prisoner of war camp in eastern Ukraine last week killed at least 50 Ukrainian prisoners of war, including fighters from Ukraine’s Azov Regiment who surrendered to Russian forces in the port city of Mariupol in May. The aftermath of the explosions at Olenivka that killed Ukrainian prisoners..Vadim Belozertsev / TASS Details […]

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Turkey seeks to resolve row over Russian-built $20B nuclear plant

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Turkey seeks to resolve row over Russian-built $20B nuclear plant

Turkey’s Energy and Natural Resources Ministry on Tuesday said it was seeking to resolve a dispute between the parties involved in the construction of a $20 billion nuclear power plant by Russia’s state-run nuclear energy firm Rosatom in Akkuyu, southern Turkey. The site of the fourth reactor of Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant, in Mersin, southern […]

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Factors to Signal Ukraine’s Approaching Victory

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Factors to Signal Ukraine’s Approaching Victory

Today, it is impossible to predict when and how this Russian–Ukrainian war will end or what Ukraine’s victory will amount to. However, we can clearly formulate our goals and point out some factors signaling Ukraine’s future victory. Unsplash In my opinion, Ukraine’s real goal is not just Russia’s military defeat and the restoration of Ukraine’s territorial integrity to its 1991 […]

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Iran produces 90% of its nuclear equipment: AEOI

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Iran produces 90% of its nuclear equipment: AEOI

TEHRAN- Deputy head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) stated on Saturday that the Strategic Action Plan approved by the Iranian parliament led to production of uranium enriched to 60 percent purity and manufacturing of IR6 centrifuges. Pejman Shirmardi stated that the AEOI’s successes are the negotiating team’s winning card and the Western […]

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Russia Says U.S., NATO ‘Main Threats’ to National Security

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Russia Says U.S., NATO ‘Main Threats’ to National Security

The United States’ quest to dominate the oceans and NATO’s expansion are the biggest threats facing Russia, according to a new Russian naval doctrine signed by President Vladimir Putin on Sunday. Putin signs executive orders approving the Naval Doctrine of Russia and the Russian Navy Regulations at the St. Petersburg State History Museum at the […]

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1st grain ship departs Ukrainian port under Turkey, UN-brokered deal

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1st grain ship departs Ukrainian port under Turkey, UN-brokered deal

The first ship carrying grain out of Ukraine under a safe passage agreement will anchor off the coast of Istanbul at around 12 p.m. GMT on Tuesday for a joint inspection, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Monday. The Sierra Leone-flagged ship Razoni leaves the port in Odessa after restarting grain exports, Ukraine, Aug. 1, […]

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Russians murder agricultural tycoon Vadaturskyi, his wife in attack on Mykolaiv

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Russians murder agricultural tycoon Vadaturskyi, his wife in attack on Mykolaiv

Early in the morning on July 31, a leading figure in Ukraine’s agribusiness, tycoon Oleksiy Vadaturskyi, and his wife Raisa Vadaturska were killed by a Russian strike that hit their home in the southern city of Mykolaiv. Agricultural tycoon Oleksiy Vadaturskyi, 74, was killed during a Russian strike on his hometown of Mykolaiv, on July […]

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Tunisian officials say new constitution passed in vote with low turnout

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Tunisian officials say new constitution passed in vote with low turnout

A new Tunisian constitution giving far more power to President Kais Saied passed in a referendum with a 30.5 percent turnout, the electoral commission said on Tuesday, tightening his grip in what critics fear is a march to a new era of autocracy. Tunisia’s President Kais Saied gives a speech at the government’s swearing-in ceremony […]

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Why Did Al-Shabab Attack Inside Ethiopia?

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Why Did Al-Shabab Attack Inside Ethiopia?

Al-Shabab militants who crossed into eastern Ethiopia last week are still active inside the country despite claims by local officials that the force has been “destroyed,” say officials and security experts. FILE – Al-Shabab fighters march during military exercises in the Lafofe area, some 18 kilometers (11 miles) south of Mogadishu, Somalia, Feb. 17, 2011. […]

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From international to national: Russia to leave ISS project after 2024 . Moscow will continue to fulfill its obligations for now and send crews to the ISS

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From international to national: Russia to leave ISS project after 2024 . Moscow will continue to fulfill its obligations for now and send crews to the ISS

MOSCOW, July 26. /TASS/. Russia will leave the International Space Station (ISS) project after 2024 when it will focus on creating a national orbital station, Roscosmos Chief Yury Borisov said at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. TASS gathered main points of what is known about Moscow’s decision to withdraw from the […]

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