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Why The West Is Crucial To Ukraine's Future In The Third Year Of War

The outcome of the fight will be decided not only on the battlefield but also in Western capitals and other locations away from the front lines as the war in Ukraine approaches its third year.   The ability of Kyiv to fend against Russia's invasion is largely dependent on the military,...

US To Impose Further Sanctions On Russia

In an interview on Thursday, Deputy U.S. Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo said that the sanctions the country will apply on Friday will commemorate the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and target over 500 targets.   As Washington tries to hold Russia accountable for the war...

Bloomberg: EU expects Trump to start trade conflict if he wins election

If former US President Donald Trump wins the US presidential election in November, he will impose punishing trade sanctions on the European Union (EU), according to Bloomberg, which cited sources. A senior official involved with the preparations told Bloomberg that European nations need to get...

Charles III diagnosed with cancer

King Charles III of the UK was given a cancer diagnosis and has been receiving treatment since February 5, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace. The palace stated that the monarch's cancer is not prostate cancer, without elaborating on the type of disease the royal has, according to Sky...

Reuters warns of worsening aircraft shortage amid problems with 737 MAX

According to Reuters, the decision by US authorities to prohibit the growth of Boeing 737 MAX manufacturing is making the lack of new aircraft worse and pushing carriers to extend the life of their aging fleet. Following a conference on airline economics conducted in Dublin from January 28 to...

U.S. doubles foreign arms sales in 2023

Politico reported, using data from the U.S. State Department, that U.S. defense companies will ship $81 billion worth of weapons overseas in 2023, up more than 50% from the previous year. "Sales through government brokers in the United States reached $81 billion, up 56% from $52 billion in the...

WSJ reports on a new proposal to Israel and Hamas to resolve the conflict

According to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), international mediators on Gaza have devised yet another plan that would help release hostages and ultimately result in an end to hostilities. The plan handed over to Israel and Hamas envisages a ceasefire for almost four months, with the first stage,...

EU imposes sanctions against Syria's only private airline

The sole private airline operating in Syria, Cham Wings, has been sanctioned by the EU. According to a statement published in the EU's official journal, the European Union has imposed sanctions against six people and five entities from Syria, including the country's only private airline, Cham...

Biden hopes Senate will introduce southern border bill as early as this week

According to Bloomberg, U.S. President Joe Biden voiced optimism that the Senate will be able to create a package on the southern border that will appeal to both Democrats and Republicans next week. Concurrently, at a mayors' conference, the President announced that he would back a deal that...

Iceland faces worst damage from volcanic eruption in half a century

According to Bloomberg, Iceland is expecting the biggest in fifty years devastation from a volcanic explosion in the southwest of the country. The volcano, which is situated north of the settlement of Grindavik on the Reykjanes Peninsula, started erupting on January 14. The infrastructure of the...
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