Contradictory signal by the US administration over restrictions on Russia

Contradictory signal by the US administration over restrictions on Russia

Washington / Moscow : Although the US Congress has approved the sanctions on Russia, it is seen that President Trump and his close confidants have expressed their displeasure on this decision. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made a public statement clarifying that neither the President nor he was very happy about the sanctions imposed on Russia. […]

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UN Security Council warns North Korea of new sanctions

UN Security Council warns North Korea of new sanctions

United Nations/Moscow: By carrying out the tests on the ballistic missiles, North Korea has attempted to destabilize the Korean sector and made a joke of the United Nations Security Council’s regulations. The United Nations Security Council indicated that an instigating act of this nature would invite sanctions against North Korea. Likewise, North Korea should not […]

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North Korea to test intercontinental missiles, indications of stern consequences from US

North Korea to test intercontinental missiles, indications of stern consequences from US

Seoul/Washington: “North Korea will soon conduct tests of the intercontinental ballistic missiles, capable of reaching up to the United States,” declared the dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un. He also indicated that the intercontinental missiles could be launched loaded with ‘hydrogen bombs’.The United States has expressed its outrage at this announcement, while the United States […]

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Pro-Russian candidates win elections in Moldova and Bulgaria

Pro-Russian candidates win elections in Moldova and Bulgaria

Brussels: While the current political leaders in Europe seem threatened by Donald Trump‘s victory in the US, pro-Russian leaders are on the rise in Eastern Europe. In the elections held on Sunday in Bulgaria and Moldova, pro-Russia candidates appear to have been elected. Two pro-Russian presidential candidates being elected at the same time in two […]

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Russia can use Turkey’s Incirlik airbase to target ISIS in Syria: Turkish PM

Russia can use Turkey’s Incirlik airbase to target ISIS in Syria: Turkish PM

Ankara: After showing readiness to ally with Russia against ISIS in Syria, Turkey has now offered Russia use of its Incirlik airbase. Turkey’s proposal to Russia to use this airbase, which currently is under US control, is seen as a shock to the US. Last week Iran had offered Russia to use one of its airbases […]

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Russia’s use of Iran base against ISIS very unfortunate: US State Department

Russia’s use of Iran base against ISIS very unfortunate: US State Department

Washington: Russian bombers using Iranian airbase to launch air strikes against ‘ISIS’ and other terrorist organizations has invoked reaction from the US. US State Department Spokesperson, Mark Toner said that Russia’s decision to use Iranian airbase to act against the terrorists is very unfortunate. For the second consecutive day Russian fighter planes launched attacks on terrorist […]

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Russia prepared for friendly relations with NATO; invites NATO nations for talks

Russia prepared for friendly relations with NATO; invites NATO nations for talks

Moscow : While there are claims of a cold war between Russia, US and the NATO member nations, Russia has taken steps to improve its relations with NATO. Russia has proposed to hold a meeting with officials of NATO member nations next month. Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov released this information. ‘Meeting is planned in […]

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US issues stern warning to North Korea over missile tests

US issues stern warning to North Korea over missile tests

Vientiane (News Agency) : ‘If North Korea doesn’t stop its nuclear and missile testing program it will have to face severe consequences’, warned US Secretary of State John Kerry. Amidst this warning by the US Secretary of State, China’s Foreign Minister, Wang Yi had a meeting with North Korea’s Foreign Minister. Recently in Laos the South […]

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