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“Ukraine Peace Talks” in Saudi Arabia: Peace without Russian participation possible?

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, August 07:  A two-day 'Ukraine Peace Talks' held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on August 05 and 06 aimed to establish crucial...

“Torture Chambers”: Russian forces accused of ‘Sexually torturing’ Ukrainian detainees

A legal team comprising Human Rights lawyers has exposed shocking details of the cruel treatment suffered by Ukrainian detainees at the hands of Russian soldiers in southern Ukraine.

Putin warns Poland: “An attack on Belarus is an attack on Russian Federation”

Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused Poland of harboring territorial ambitions in the former Soviet Union territory and issued a stern warning that any aggression against Belarus, a close ally of Russia, would be considered an attack on Russia itself.

Fierce Gurkhas joining Russia’s private Wagner mercenary army

The surge in Gurkha enlistment follows a change in Russian citizenship regulations, which now offer easier access to citizenship after one year of military service.

African Peace Plan for Ukraine has ‘no buyer’ as both sides show no interest in Peace Talks

Moscow, Russia, June 18:  An African peace delegation recently visited Ukraine and Russia in an effort to suggest a 'Peace Plan' for Ukraine crisis consisting of "confidence-building measures". However, their diplomatic efforts were met with disappointment as both Kyiv and Moscow showed no inclination towards engaging in peace talks.

G7 Hiroshima Summit: Zelensky’s Presence Steals Spotlight, Highlights Concerns over China’s ‘Economic Coercion’  

The G7 Summit held in Hiroshima from May 19-21, 2023, saw leaders from the world's leading industrialized nations gather to address pressing global issues. However, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's hastened attendance and the ongoing Ukraine war stole the spotlight, overshadowing the summit's agenda. Nevertheless, the G7 underscored the West's intentions of containing both Russia and China together.

South African Army Chief Flies to Russia Amidst US Allegations of Arms Supply

Cape Town, May 16: South African Army Chief, Lawrence Mbatha, participated in a bilateral meeting in Russia, to enhance military ties and engage in discussions with Russian officials, despite recent allegations by the United States regarding arms supply to Russia. The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) clarified that the meeting had been prearranged and was part of their ongoing military-to-military relations with various countries. 
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