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New Russian Airstrikes Target Black Sea Regions Of Ukraine

New Russian Airstrikes Target Black Sea Regions Of Ukraine

The British ministry said Russia sees Ukraine's use of anti-ship missiles as a key threat limiting its Black Sea Fleet.

27 July 2022
Ukraine War: Why Moscow Could Go Nuclear Over Kyiv’s ‘Threats’ To Crimea

Ukraine War: Why Moscow Could Go Nuclear Over Kyiv’s ‘Threats’ To Crimea

While Ukraine is closer to a general mobilisation, Russia has so far avoided this and used volunteers and contractors, like the Wagner group group to...

21 July 2022

Ukrainian Forces Strike Key Bridge In Russian-Occupied South

The Ukrainian attacks on the bridge in Kherson come as the bulk of the Russian forces are stuck in the fighting in Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland of...

Russia Pounds Ukraine As Russian President Vladimir Putin Holds Talks In Tehran

Russia Pounds Ukraine As Russian President Vladimir Putin Holds Talks In Tehran

Ukrainian forces on the ground in eastern Ukraine are fighting to hold onto the declining territory under their control.

19 July 2022

EU Promises More Ukraine War Aid; Calls For Sanctions Unity

The aid decision came after a video debriefing on the latest developments by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, who said he was “grateful” for the...

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18 July 2022
EU Promises More Ukraine War Aid, Calls For Sanctions Unity

EU Promises More Ukraine War Aid, Calls For Sanctions Unity

The EU is struggling with the circumstances because the imposition of sanctions against Russia comes at a time of surging inflation, runaway energy and food...


12 July 2022
'These People Must Be Saved': Ukrainians Train In Combat Aid

'These People Must Be Saved': Ukrainians Train In Combat Aid

The training is mostly based in Ukraine's capital, Kyiv. Up to 100 people attend each day. So far, Khomenko and others have taught more than 5,000 people...


11 July 2022
India Inc Staring At 3rd Consecutive Quarter Of Profit Margins Squeeze: CRISIL

India Inc Staring At 3rd Consecutive Quarter Of Profit Margins Squeeze: CRISIL

The rating agency estimates come ahead of earnings for the June quarter by a majority of companies, which come amid adverse events like the impact on...


10 July 2022
Anxiety Grows For Ukraine's Grain Farmers As Harvest Begins Amid Russian Invasion

Anxiety Grows For Ukraine's Grain Farmers As Harvest Begins Amid Russian Invasion

The war has trapped about 22 million tons of grain inside Ukraine, according to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, a growing crisis for Ukraine that's called the...


07 July 2022
Russia's War In Ukraine To Overshadow G-20 Talks In Bali

Russia's War In Ukraine To Overshadow G-20 Talks In Bali

The one-day gathering will take place on Friday on the mostly Hindu “island of the gods” in the majority Muslim archipelago nation


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07 July 2022
Ukrainians Cling To Life At Front Line: 'We Are Patriots'

Ukrainians Cling To Life At Front Line: 'We Are Patriots'

As Russia's invasion of Ukraine grinds into its fifth month, some residents close to the front lines remain in shattered and nearly abandoned neighborhoods.


07 July 2022
Inflation Pushed 71 Million People Into Poverty Since Ukraine War

Inflation Pushed 71 Million People Into Poverty Since Ukraine War

A staggering 71 million more people around the world are experiencing poverty as a result of soaring food and energy prices that climbed in the weeks following...


05 July 2022
High Prices, Uncertainty Will Slow Growth In Gas Demand: International Energy Association

High Prices, Uncertainty Will Slow Growth In Gas Demand: International Energy Association

In a report published Tuesday, the Paris-based agency forecast global demand for natural gas will rise by 140 billion cubic meters between 2021 and 2025


05 July 2022
Balancing Financial Stability In A High-Interest Environment – A Big Task For The Banking Regulator

Balancing Financial Stability In A High-Interest Environment – A Big Task For The Banking Regulator

The Ukraine crisis has aggravated the already existing supply chain problems, resulting in a spiralling increase in commodity prices globally. Inflation is...


03 July 2022
Kremlin Tightens Control Over Russians’ Online Lives: Threatening Domestic Freedoms And The Global Internet

Kremlin Tightens Control Over Russians’ Online Lives: Threatening Domestic Freedoms And The Global Internet

Russian authorities blocked access to all major opposition news sites, as well as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


03 July 2022
Russians Press Assault On Eastern Ukrainian City

Russians Press Assault On Eastern Ukrainian City

The Russian Defense Ministry said its forces took control of an oil refinery on Lysychansk's edge in recent days, but Luhansk Gov. Serhiy Haidai reported...


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28 June 2022
Europe's Central Bank Ready To ''Stamp Out'' Surging Inflation

Europe's Central Bank Ready To ''Stamp Out'' Surging Inflation

In a speech opening an ECB forum on central banking in Sintra, Portugal, bank President Christine Lagarde used strong terms as policymakers target inflation...


27 June 2022
EXPLAINED: What's The Impact Of A Russian Debt Default?

EXPLAINED: What's The Impact Of A Russian Debt Default?

The country faces a Sunday night deadline to meet a 30-day grace period on interest payments originally due May 27. But it could take time to confirm a default


27 June 2022
Explainer: What's The Impact Of A Russian Debt Default?

Explainer: What's The Impact Of A Russian Debt Default?

Russia is poised to default on its foreign debt for the first time since the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, further alienating the country from the global...


26 June 2022
Russia Strikes Kyiv As Troops Consolidate Gains In The East

Russia Strikes Kyiv As Troops Consolidate Gains In The East

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko says Russia has targeted the Ukrainian capital.


25 June 2022
Russians Try To Block City, Cement Gains In Eastern Ukraine

Russians Try To Block City, Cement Gains In Eastern Ukraine

A separatist representative Ivan Filiponenko said forces evacuated 800 civilians from the plant during the night, Interfax reported.


23 June 2022
Russia’s Ukraine Invasion Won’t Be Over Soon: Putin Is Counting On The West’s Short Attention Span

Russia’s Ukraine Invasion Won’t Be Over Soon: Putin Is Counting On The West’s Short Attention Span

In an interview with a German newspaper, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg estimated the war could take years rather than months.


22 June 2022
Tata Steel Denies Reports Of Purchasing Coal From Russia After April 20

Tata Steel Denies Reports Of Purchasing Coal From Russia After April 20

On April 20, Tata Steel had said it would stop doing business with Russia. To ensure business continuity, all its steel manufacturing sites in India, the UK,...


21 June 2022
Explained: What's Next After Russia Reduced Gas Supply To Europe

Explained: What's Next After Russia Reduced Gas Supply To Europe

Russia last week reduced gas supplies to five European Union countries, including Germany, the 27-country bloc's biggest economy that heavily depends on...


19 June 2022
In Ukraine, Funeral For Activist Killed And Mourned In War

In Ukraine, Funeral For Activist Killed And Mourned In War

Hundreds of mourners gathered in Ukraine's capital for a well-known Kyiv activist who took up arms against Russia's invasion and was killed.


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