Ukraine’s Desperation Exposed? ‘Draconian’ Mobilization Bill Gets Zelensky’s Assent Amid Russia War

Published on Apr 17, 2024 03:47 PM IST Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed into law a bill overhauling army mobilisation rules. Ukraine’s parliamentary website noted that the bill had been “returned with the signature of the President” on April 16. The bill had received final approval from lawmakers last week. The bill was passed as … Read more

NATO Commander Admits Weakness Before Russia’s Undersea ‘Hybrid Warfare’?

Published on Apr 16, 2024 10:40 PM IST The deputy commander of NATO Allied Maritime Command has issued a stark warning. V Adm Didier Maleterre cited Russia’s undersea “hybrid warfare” capabilities to say that Europe’s undersea cables and pipelines for communication and energy are highly vulnerable. He added that Russia and other NATO adversaries can … Read more

U.S. Fears Russia? Biden Rejects Zelensky’s ‘Treat Ukraine Like Israel’ Appeal; ‘Can’t Intercept…’

Published on Apr 16, 2024 02:51 PM IST The U.S. has reacted to the Ukrainian President’s appeal after “allied action” against Iran’s attack on Israel. Washington said that, unfortunately, it can’t act against Russia like it did against Iran. The U.S. gave an “excuse,” saying different conflicts have different threat pictures. This comes after Volodymyr … Read more

“Worst Still To Come…” 110,000 Evacuated In Massive Floods In Russia, Kazakhstan As Ural Overflows

Floods gripped cities and towns across Russia and Kazakhstan, after Ural, Europe’s third-longest river, burst its banks. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from areas at risk of being submerged in water across Kazakhstan and Russia. Fast-melting snow and ice have led to surging rivers along the border regions of both countries, causing … Read more

Russia Sees Rare Protest After Orsk Dam Collapse And Flooding As Locals Demand Compensation

Residents of Orsk, a city in Russia, have gathered for protest, demanding compensation in the aftermath of a dam collapse and subsequent flooding in the nearby Orenburg region, bordering Kazakhstan. Hundreds of people gathered in front of the administrative building in Orsk Monday, and videos shared on Russian social media depicted people chanting with slogans “Putin, … Read more

Drones Attack the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant, According to Plant Officials

The plant’s six reactors have been shut down for months, but it still needs power and qualified staff to operate crucial cooling systems and other safety features. (Representative Image: AFP) The International Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday that its experts had been informed of the drone strike and that “such detonation is consistent with IAEA … Read more

Putin’s Men Hammer Kharkiv; Ukraine’s Drone Swarm ‘Destroys’ Russian Warplanes At Military Base

Published on Apr 06, 2024 06:27 PM IST Six civilians were killed and 10 injured in an overnight Russian attack on Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv. The Ukrainian national police said the attack was launched by a Russian drone on April 6, just shortly after midnight. Kharkiv mayor Ihor Terekhov said that at least nine high-rise … Read more

‘Not Entering The War But…’: Polish Minister Says NATO Joint Mission In Ukraine | Watch

Published on Apr 05, 2024 05:54 PM IST NATO established a joint mission in Ukraine amid its ongoing war with Russia. Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said that the mission will involve Ukraine in the coordinated use of NATO’s capabilities, training, and planning. Meanwhile, NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said that Ukraine seeks more weapons … Read more

‘Mandatory Aid…’: Russia Accuses U.S. Of ‘Forcing’ NATO Members To Help Kyiv | Details

Published on Apr 04, 2024 10:24 PM IST Russia has accused the U.S. of forcing NATO members to assist Kyiv in the ongoing Ukraine war. Russian Foreign Minister claimed the U.S. is trying to compel all NATO member states. Sergey Lavrov said that voluntary aid to Ukraine is turning into “mandatory military aid”. The Russian … Read more

Russia Finds ‘More Proof’ Against Ukraine Over Role In Moscow ISIS Attack; ‘Explosives Sent Via EU’

Published on Apr 02, 2024 03:48 PM IST Russia’s security service the FSB, has seized a cargo shipment containing 70 kgs of explosives from Ukraine. The FSB claims that the explosives were concealed in Orthodox Christian boxes and had transited several EU nations. The FSB said that the consignment was seized in the Pskov region, … Read more