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Explained: Wall Street Slips Into A Bear Market; Here's What That Means

Rising interest rates, high inflation, the war in Ukraine and a slowdown in China's economy have led investors to reconsider what they're willing to pay for a wide range of stocks, from high-flying tech companies to...

14 June 2022

Russia-Ukraine War: Putin Compares Self To Monarch, Foreign Fighters Face Death

Two British citizens and a Moroccan have been sentenced to death by pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Ukraine for fighting on Ukraine’s side


As War In Ukraine Drags On, Fears Of Global Food Crisis Grow

The consequences of the war have been felt in many countries where it is driving up the price of food since critical shipments of Ukrainian grain are bottled up inside the country.


Concerned By Food, Fertilizer Export Restrictions, Welcome India's Decision To Relax Wheat Export Ban: IMF

Last month, India announced that it was banning wheat exports in a bid to check high prices amid concerns of wheat output being hit by the scorching heat wave.

10 June 2022

Smashed Buildings In Mariupol Produce 'Caravan Of Death'

Ukrainian and Russian forces continued to battle fiercely for control of Sievierodonestk.


Russia Draws Closer To Capture Of Ukraine's Donbas Region

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy said Russian forces made no significant advances in the eastern Donbas region over the past day.

08 June 2022

President Vladimir Putin Says Companies Will Regret Leaving Russia

President Vladimir Putin also appeared to claim that the exodus of foreign firms from Russia was evidence of US domination over other Western states and economies.

10 June 2022

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Ukraine Raising Money For Army, Rebuilding

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy says one of the ways money is being gathered is through the government fund-raising platform UNITED24, which in its first month brought in more than $50 million.

08 June 2022

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07 June 2022
Climate Shocks, War Fuel Multiple Food Crisis: UN

Climate Shocks, War Fuel Multiple Food Crisis: UN

The glum assessment came in a report by two Rome-based food agencies: the World Food Program (WFP) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).


06 June 2022
Rail Orders Critical For JSW Steel’s Italian Business Survival: Official

Rail Orders Critical For JSW Steel’s Italian Business Survival: Official

JSW Steel has so far failed to revive the company it acquired in 2018, and rising raw material cost and geopolitical issues, including the Russia-Ukraine...


05 June 2022
Russian Missiles Strike Kyiv, Shattering Sense Of Calm

Russian Missiles Strike Kyiv, Shattering Sense Of Calm

Kyiv's mayor says a barrage of Russian missiles has struck Ukraine’s capital and hit unspecified infrastructure targets.


05 June 2022
Russia Puts More Strength Behind 'Creeping' Ukraine Advance

Russia Puts More Strength Behind 'Creeping' Ukraine Advance

Reinforced Russian troops backed by airstrikes are pummeling a portion of eastern Ukraine.


02 June 2022
Russia Warns West Of Weapons Repercussions, Pounds Ukraine

Russia Warns West Of Weapons Repercussions, Pounds Ukraine

Russian forces closed in on a key city in recent days the Ukrainian government said its fighters needed better rocket launchers to prevail.


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01 June 2022
Western Nations Vow To Send More, Better Arms To Ukraine

Western Nations Vow To Send More, Better Arms To Ukraine

Western nations promised more and more advanced arms to bolster Ukraine's defence as its troops battled a grinding Russian offensive that was closing in on...


01 June 2022
High Prices, Asian Markets Could Blunt EU Ban On Russian Oil

High Prices, Asian Markets Could Blunt EU Ban On Russian Oil

European Union leaders agreed late Monday to cut Russian oil imports by about 90% over the next six months, a dramatic move that was considered unthinkable...


31 May 2022
EU Leaders Agree To Ban 90% Of Russian Oil By Year-End

EU Leaders Agree To Ban 90% Of Russian Oil By Year-End

The embargo covers Russian oil brought in by sea, allowing a temporary exemption for imports delivered by pipeline, a move that was crucial to bring landlocked...


30 May 2022
Russian Troops Entering Sievierodonetsk In Eastern Ukraine

Russian Troops Entering Sievierodonetsk In Eastern Ukraine

Incessant shelling has left Ukrainian forces defending ruins in Sievierodonetsk, but their refusal to withdraw has slowed a massive Russian offensive across...


30 May 2022
Ukraine, Russia Battle In The East As President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Visits Front

Ukraine, Russia Battle In The East As President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Visits Front

Russian forces stormed Sievierodonetsk after trying unsuccessfully to encircle the strategic city Ukrainian officials said, creating a situation that President...


29 May 2022
Russia Takes Small Cities, Aims To Widen East Ukraine Battle

Russia Takes Small Cities, Aims To Widen East Ukraine Battle

Russia has intensified efforts to capture the cities of Sievierodonetsk and nearby Lysychansk.


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27 May 2022
Why The World Can't Buy Peace With McDonalds' Burgers Anymore

Why The World Can't Buy Peace With McDonalds' Burgers Anymore

The shutting down of the Moscow McDonald’s has another message. Not only are its golden arches insufficient insurance against wars, but McDonald’s itself,...


27 May 2022
Why Nations Prefer FTAs Over Multilateral Trade Deals At WTO

Why Nations Prefer FTAs Over Multilateral Trade Deals At WTO

With the Russia-Ukraine war threatening the supremacy of West-driven Capitalism, is it time to bid goodbye to the dream of borderless trade and WTO?


26 May 2022
Russia Takes Steps To Bolster army, Tighten Grip On Ukraine

Russia Takes Steps To Bolster army, Tighten Grip On Ukraine

Russian army is engaged in an intense battle for Ukraine’s eastern industrial heartland known as the Donbas.


25 May 2022
Ukraine Crisis: Russian Rockets Hit Eastern Ukrainian Town Of Pokrovsk

Ukraine Crisis: Russian Rockets Hit Eastern Ukrainian Town Of Pokrovsk

Russian rocket strikes came early in the morning in the eastern Ukrainian town of Pokrovsk on Wednesday shaking building and jolting people out of bed.


25 May 2022
US To End Russia's Ability To Pay International Investors

US To End Russia's Ability To Pay International Investors

The Treasury Department said in a notification that does not plan to renew the license to allow Russia to keep paying its debtholders through American...


23 May 2022
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Calls For Maximum Sanctions On Russia

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Calls For Maximum Sanctions On Russia

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday called for maximum sanctions on Russia including a ban on all Russian banks.


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