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Kyiv Warns of Further Attacks on Critical Infrastructure

On Sunday, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine, cautioned against likely Moscow attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure, while the mayor of the Ukrainian capital urged the people living there to consider briefly leaving the city if it lost electricity...

Russia’s Putin Publicly Approves Pull Out from Kherson Region

On Friday, Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, publicly approved the removal of civilian residents from the southern Ukrainian province of Kherson due to conflicting information about a curfew being enforced in the Kremlin-occupied region. According to media reports,...

US Defense Secretary Says Kyiv Can Regain Kherson from Moscow

On Thursday, Lloyd Austin, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine is capable of regaining the Kherson region from Moscow forces, in what would be a significant loss for Moscow in its large-scale and...

US Senate-NY Candidate, Diane Sare, Says US Must Stop Defense Aid to Kyiv

Diane Sare, a candidate in November 8 election to represent the US Senate New York, told the media outlet that Washington should stop its security support to Kyiv and halt fueling the continuing conflict. American voters head to the...

President Biden Raised His Voice During a Phone Call with Ukraine’s Zelenskyy

Joe Biden, the President of America, lost his temper with the Ukrainian leader during a phone-call in July when he requested for additional defense support, according to sources familiar with the conversation. The United States President normally hold a...

Russian Naval Forces Shot Down All UAVs in Sevastopol Bay

According to a Kremlin-appointed governor of Sevastopol, the largest city in Russian-annexed Crimea and a significant port on the Black Sea, Moscow’s Black Sea warships have repelled a drone strike in Sevastopol Bay, as the fierce battle rages for...

Moscow Completes Residents’ Relocation Ahead of Kherson Fight

Moscow-installed officials in the occupied Kherson said they’d completed the relocation of non-combatant residents from the strategic port city of Ukraine before an anticipated intense battle with progressing military forces of Ukraine. The Kremlin-installed head of the Kherson region...

Ahead of November Midterms, Over 9M Early Votes Cast Nationwide

According to statistics from the U.S. election officials, Catalist, and Edison Research, over 9M early votes have been cast across forty American constitutional political entities. Early in-person balloting remains on pace with 2018, the highest midterm elections turnout in...

Former USCP Officer Riley Testifies Before Federal Grand Jury

At his trial on Monday, ex-US Capitol Police law enforcement officer, Michael Riley, charged with blocking the US DOJ’s inquiry into the 6th January deadly insurrection on the Capitol Hill, testified before the grand jury. Michael A. Riley, a former...

President Biden to Receive ‘updated booster’ on Tuesday

On Sunday, Kevin Munoz, the White House Assistant Press Secretary, said Joseph R. Biden, the United States President, will get the updated Coronavirus vaccine booster dose on October 25. The American President got his second COVID-19 booster on 30th...

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Ex-Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown Died at 88

John Young Brown Jr., a Democrat who served as the 55th Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (1979-1983) and...