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U.S. Army Signs Contract to Replenish Stocks Delivered to Ukraine

On Friday, the United States Army said that it had awarded a 624.6M dollars contract to Raytheon Technologies Corp., a Massachusetts-headquartered aerospace and defense conglomerate, for building Stingers – a lightweight, self-contained air defense system – in order to...

Ankara Demands ‘concrete measures’ to Support Nordics’ NATO Membership Bids

After discussions with the delegations from Helsinki and Stockholm on May 25, a top Turkish official reiterated that Ankara wouldn't accept the two Nordic nations' NATO bids unless particular measures are taken to address the objections of the Republic...

Zelenskyy Says he’ll Only Talk Directly with Russian President

On Wednesday, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of embattled Ukraine, said he’d be willing to talk with Russia, but only directly to Russia’s Putin, not via intermediaries. Zelenskyy added if Mr. Vladimir Putin comprehends the reality, there’s the likelihood of...

Tehran Rejects ‘compromise’ in Nuclear Agreement Discussions

Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denied reports of the state’s readiness to compromise its position in the continuing indirect discussions with America to revive its 2015 JCPOA Agreement with superpowers. On Saturday afternoon, Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman for the...

Polish President Became First to Address Ukrainian Parliament

On Sunday, Andrzej Duda, the President of the Republic of Poland, addressed the Verkhovna Rada – the unicameral parliament of Ukraine – and said that only Kyiv has the right to decide its future, becoming the first foreign head...

Trump’s Onetime Lawyer Giuliani Virtually Testifies Before the Jan. 6 Panel

On Friday, the former US President Donald Trump's personal legal team member, Rudy Giuliani, who played a leading role in challenging the 2020 election results, testified in front of the January 6th Panel inquiring about the deadly insurrection on...

CDC Director Signs Off COVID-19 Boosters for Kids 5-11 Years

On Thursday, the U.S. federal health regulator authorized the use of COVID-19 booster dose jointly developed by Pfizer and its German Partner BioNTech SE for kids of ages 5-11-years after a panel of advisers to the CDC recommended them....

US President to Meet Leaders of Finland, Sweden at White House

Joe Biden, the President of the U.S., is scheduled to hold a meeting with the Finnish and Swedish leaders at the White House on May 19 as part of a key backing by America after the two countries formally...

US DOJ Requests Jan. 6 Select Panel for Interview Transcripts

According to the January 6th Committee spokesman, the U.S. Department of Justice has requested the Congressional Select Panel inquiring about the deadly Capitol Hill attack to produce transcripts of its conducted interviews and depositions, an additional sign the Justice...

Several of Ukrainian Soldiers Freed from Azovstal Plant to Novoazovsk, Olenivka

After a lengthy deadlock, Hanna Malyar, Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister, said Monday that around two hundred and sixty-four Ukrainian troops had been taken away from Mariupol's besieged Azovstal steel plant. According to the media reports, five buses were seen...

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Turkey Backs Sweden and Finland’s NATO Bid

Turkey, a member of NATO, agreed to back Finland’s and Sweden’s membership in the alliance. Initially, it opposed the...