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Schumer Claims Zelensky: "Ukraine Needs US Military Support to Beat Russia"
US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has alleged that Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky informed visiting American senators that Kiev can only “beat Russia” with military backing from Washington ... Read More.
Pentagon Inspector General Launches 50+ Probes into Military Supplies Scandal Involving Ukraine
As of this week, the inspector general of the Pentagon has started over 50 probes over the purported “theft, fraud or corruption, and diversion” of military supplies to Ukraine. Soon after help started ... Read More.
Ukrainian MP: Kiev Ready to Back US Against Adversaries like China, North Korea, & Iran
According to a senior Ukrainian MP, Kiev is prepared to support the US in a fight against any adversary, including China, North Korea, and Iran, and his nation would show to be a useful military partne ... Read More.
FBI Informant Charged with Spreading Falsehoods about Hunter Biden Links to Russian Intelligence | Report
Man charged with providing false information about Hunter Biden and President Biden’s business dealings reveals connections to “people associated with Russian intelligence.” ... Watch Now.
Putin: Non-Traditional Gender Orientations Welcome in Russia, with a Caveat; Don't Touch The Kids
President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that those who identify as non-traditional sexual orientations are welcome in Russia as long as they do not harass minors or show off their choices. Putin: Non ... Read More.
Russian President Vladimir Putin Gifts North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un a Car, Violating UN Resolution
Russian President Putin gifts North Korean President Kim Jong Un a personal car in a symbolic gesture of their bond, as reported by North Korea’s official media. Details on the vehicle type and deliver ... Watch Now.
Iran-Backed Houthis Sink British Ship Near Yemen: Crew Evacuates Amid Red Sea Tension
The Houthis sank a ship sailing in the Red Sea, south of Yemen’s coastal city of Mukha, according to a report released on Monday by the UKMTO, the Maritime Trade Operations Agency of the United Kingdom ... Watch Now.
Julian Assange's Final Stand: High-Stakes Hearings Begin for Extradition Battle
Julian Assange faces crucial extradition hearings at London’s High Court of Justice, seen as his final chance to avoid extradition. His wife believes it’s his only hope for survival. ... Watch Now.
Russian Forces Claim Victory in Avdiivka, Ukraine as Ukrainian Troops Retreat along Frozen Frontline
Russian military authorities assert they have nearly complete control over Avdiivka in eastern Ukraine. Following a challenging and prolonged battle, Ukrainian soldiers fell back several kilometers alo ... Watch Now.
US Senators Push for Sweden's NATO Entry During Budapest Visit, Hungarian Officials Decline Meeting
On Sunday, a group of US senators from both parties paid a formal visit to Budapest and urged the nationalist administration to grant Sweden’s bid to join NATO right away. Of the 31 members of NATO, Hu ... Read More.
US Vice President Harris Pledges Support For Ukraine Until Achieving Lasting Peace With Russia
President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine received a pledge from Vice President Kamala Harris that the US would back his nation until it could “achieve a fair and enduring peace” with Russia. ... Read More.
Biden Points Finger at Congress for Ukrainian City's Fall
President Biden attributes the fall of an eastern Ukrainian city to Congress’s failure to authorize military aid, resulting in significant gains for Russia. ... Watch Now.
Putin Disappointed: Tucker Carlson's "Softball" Interview Leaves Russian President Unimpressed
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his dissatisfaction on Wednesday regarding Tucker Carlson’s interview with him, claiming that Carlson asked him easy questions. ... Watch Now.
NATO Chief Raises Alarm over Trump's Russia Stance: Nations and Troops at Risk
NATO chief criticizes Trump’s remarks on allies’ defense spending. Former US president questions NATO members’ contribution. ... Read More.
Scandalous Resignation: First Female President of Hungary Steps Down Amid Controversial Pardon
Amid public uproar over a pardon she gave to an accomplice in a case of child sexual abuse, Hungary’s president resigned. This action caused an unprecedented political crisis for the long-serving natio ... Watch Now.

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