Zelensky warns Ukraine to prepare for more Russian attacks

The President warns the Ukrainians to prepare for new Russian attacks He says next week might be tough like the previous week Winter sets in with an energy deficit of 20%. Lviv/Kyiv (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Sunday that Russia would certainly launch new missile attacks on his country and warned defense … Read more

Ukrainians suffer in the cold and darkness as the president pleads with the United Nations to punish Russia

Widespread power outages due to Russia targeting the electricity grid United States: Russia is trying to freeze Ukraine into submission Crews are working to restore power and water President Zelensky says: “We are an unbreakable people” WASHINGTON/Kyiv (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has urged the United Nations Security Council to act against Russia over … Read more

The United States is ready to authorize Chevron to increase oil production in Venezuela

The United States is ready to allow the oil giant to produce and sell Venezuelan oil Chevron is owed billions in unpaid debt by the state-run company PDVSA The United States aims to divert Venezuelan oil sales from shadow companies HOUSTON (Reuters) – Chevron Corp may soon win U.S. approval to expand operations in Venezuela … Read more

“Call call” in bombing near a front-line nuclear reactor in Ukraine

The Secretary General of the International Atomic Energy Agency warns of the great dangers of fighting at the plant Russia and Ukraine blame each other for the bombing President Zelensky says the eastern region was hit by heavy artillery “The fiercest battles” are in the Donetsk region, says Zelensky Kyiv (Reuters) – Ukraine narrowly escaped … Read more

Turkish air strikes target Kurdish militants in Syria and Iraq after a bomb attack

An attack in Istanbul on November 13 killed six people Ankara delivered Blame it on Kurdish militants in the explosion. The PKK and the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces deny involvement The SDF says 11 civilians were killed in the strikes ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish warplanes carried out air strikes on Kurdish militia bases in northern … Read more

North Korea’s Kim oversees intercontinental ballistic missile testing, and pledges more nuclear weapons

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has vowed to counter U.S. nuclear threats with nuclear weapons, state news agency KCNA said on Saturday while inspecting an intercontinental ballistic missile test in the country. The isolated country tested a Hwasong-17 intercontinental ballistic missile on Friday, a day after it warned of “fierce military … Read more

Ukraine’s Kherson races to restore energy and water after Russia’s withdrawal

The main infrastructure in Kherson was mined by the Russian ruler The humanitarian situation in Kherson is “extremely difficult” – official Authorities are working to restore vital services Fighting rages in eastern Donetsk, Luhansk regions Kherson, Ukraine (Reuters) – Public utility companies in Kherson are working to restore vital infrastructure that has been scrapped by … Read more

Britain froze Russian assets worth 18 billion pounds

Russia bypasses Libya and Iran as prime target of UK sanctions The UK says sanctions are hurting Russia’s military Russia uses chips in kitchen utensils for cabinets The UK government has reported 236 sanctions violations LONDON (Reuters) – The British government said on Thursday it had frozen more than 18 billion pounds ($20.5 billion) in … Read more

Exclusive: China cancels EU leader’s video speech at opening of major trade fair

BEIJING/BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The Chinese authorities behind a major trade fair in Shanghai have withdrawn an opening speech by the president of the European Council that was due to criticize Russia’s “illegal war” in Ukraine and call for a reduction in the European Union’s trade dependency with China. Diplomats said. Three European diplomats told Reuters … Read more

How Joe Biden Can Help Save the Planet at COP27

TINOS (Reuters) – Joe Biden and other leaders of rich countries will get plenty of criticism from poor countries when they arrive at the United Nations climate conference in Egypt later this week. But if the president of the United States joins his current policies across geopolitics, trade and climate, he could change the narrative. … Read more