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New York: President Emmanuel Macron of France on Tuesday called Russia’s invasion of Ukraine a return to “imperialism” and said that those who remained silent or were “secretly complicit” were engaging in a “new cynicism” that was eroding the global order. more
Ukraine: 13 die as blasts rock separatist-run Donetsk

The Russian-backed mayor has claimed that as many as 13 people died  in a series of explosions in the separatist-run city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, media reports said on Monday. ...

Volodymyr Zelensky escapes narrowly in car accident

Kyiv: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been involved in a car accident, his spokesman has revealed.

Volodymyr Zelensky says Ukraine forces have retaken 6,000 sq km from Russia in September

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky has said his country's forces have retaken more than 6,000 sq km (2,317 sq miles) from Russian control in September.

Blackout in Ukraine blamed on Russia

Kyiv: Russia aims to "deprive people of light and heat" by causing power cuts across eastern Ukraine in revenge for a counter-offensive, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky h ...

UN inspectors head out to Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant amid fighting

Kyiv/IBNS: A team from the United Nations (UN) nuclear watchdog Thursday headed for a Russian-held nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine despite fighting in the Zaporizhzhia region.

Oil-gas import: Taliban seal deal with Russia

Kabul: The Taliban rulers of Afghanistan have  struck a deal with their counterparts in Moscow over business matters and the import of Russian oil and gas, media reports said.

Russia’s war with Ukraine needs to end, UN’s Bachelet urges Vladimir Putin

New York: UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet on Thursday urged Russia’s President Vladimir Putin to end the country’s war against Ukraine, while also calling for the Zapo ...

Darya Dugina: Daughter of Putin's close ally dies in car explosion

Moscow: The daughter of a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin has died in a car explosion close to Moscow city, media reports said on Sunday.

Vladimir Putin trusted by 77pc of Russians - Poll

Moscow: Up to 77% of Russians trust President Vladimir Putin, a poll conducted by Moscow-based Public Opinion Foundation (FOM) revealed on Friday.