Russia Says Negotiations, Not Force, Can Solve Ukraine Issue

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Maria Zakharova has said that they have ruled out the use of force to resolve tensions with Ukraine and that negotiations were the only possible way to solve them.  “No option of resolving the Ukrainian crisis …

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Migrant Crisis: Ukraine Dispatched 8,500 Fresh Troops In Its Border with Belarus

The government of Ukraine has dispatched 8,500 fresh troops on its border with Belarus as it fears that Minsk will send migrants to the country as it did with its other neighbors Lithuania and Poland.  The Government has allocated almost …

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CIA Chief Warns Russian Intelligence On Havana Syndrome Incidents

CIA Director William J. Burns has reportedly warned Russian intelligence that they will face “consequences” if they are found to be behind “Havana Syndrome” incidents. An unnamed source claimed that Burns delivered the warning after meeting with the heads of …

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Israel, Morocco signs First-Ever Defense Memorandum of Understanding

Israel’s defense minister met with his Moroccan counterpart on Wednesday to formalize security cooperation aimed at bolstering ties between the two countries. Defense Minister Benny Gantz signed a memorandum of understanding with his Moroccan counterpart on Wednesday, the first such …

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Australia, US, UK Formally Sign AUKUS Nuclear Sub Deal

Australia has formally entered the controversial AUKUS security pact with the U.S. and Britain on Monday to begin equipping its naval forces with nuclear submarines. Australian Defense Minister Peter Dutton formalized an agreement alongside diplomats from the U.S. and U.K. …

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Taliban Denies Selling U.S. Military Equipment to Pakistan

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan on Friday rejected reports over allegedly selling of U.S. military equipment to Pakistan, emphasizing on the need for the equipment inside the country.   We strongly deny the report, said Inamullah Samangani, a Deputy Spokesman …

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French President Emmanuel Macron Accuses Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Lying Over Submarine Deal

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Oct. 31 that Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison lied to him about the cancelled $90 billion submarine deal, increasing diplomatic tensions. When Australian broadcaster ABC asked Macron on the sidelines of the G20 Summit …

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