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US civil war may start soon, American generals claim

US civil war may start soon, American generals claim

Retired American generals Paul D. Eaton, Antonio M. Taguba and Steven M. Anderson said the situation in the United States could escalate and a civil may start following the 2024 presidential elections. "One of the …

Biden signs bill raising U.S. debt limit into law

Biden signs bill raising U.S. debt limit into law

U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday signed the bill raising the debt ceiling by $2.5 billion, narrowly averting what could have been a largely self-imposed economic disaster for the country. “This bill will reassure all the …

Kremlin: Putin and Biden may talk before end of year

Kremlin: Putin and Biden may talk before end of year

A conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden is possible before the end of the year although there are no specific agreements yet, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Thursday. …

White House reports on Ushakov-Sullivan phone talks

White House reports on Ushakov-Sullivan phone talks

Russian Presidential Foreign Policy Advisor Yuriy Ushakov and U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan spoke by phone yesterday, according to the White House press service. The sides spoke by phone with to follow up on the December …

Biden hopes for further personal contacts with Putin shortly

Biden hopes for further personal contacts with Putin shortly

U.S. President Joe Biden expects further personal contacts with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the foreseeable future, he said at a White House press briefing. A reporter asked Biden whether he plans an in-person meeting with …

UN urges U.S. to lift anti-Iran sanctions in line with JCPOA

UN urges U.S. to lift anti-Iran sanctions in line with JCPOA

The United Nations has called on the United States to lift sanctions against Iran in line with the 2015 multilateral nuclear deal, which Washington has abandoned, and extend waivers regarding oil trade with the Islamic Republic, amid a diplomatic …

“President Heydar Aliyev Rose Of Peace” bred in Britain

“President Heydar Aliyev Rose Of Peace” bred in Britain

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 led to challenging times in the early years of Azerbaijan’s independence. The country was unstable and fragile with various crises, the economy was in decline, and the war in Karabakh tore the …

EU studying possible Russia sanctions with Britain and U.S.

EU studying possible Russia sanctions with Britain and U.S.

The European Union is discussing a possible new round of economic sanctions on Russia with the United States and Britain, but no decisions will be taken on Monday, the bloc's top diplomat said. Reuters notes that the …

Tornadoes kill more than 80 people in Kentucky

Tornadoes kill more than 80 people in Kentucky

More than 80 people in Kentucky were killed after tornadoes ripped across several U.S. states late Friday. “I know we’ve lost more than 80 Kentuckians. That number is going to exceed more than 100. This is the deadliest …

US Assistant Secretary of State to visit Moscow

US Assistant Secretary of State to visit Moscow

Assistant Secretary of the US Department of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Karen Donfried will visit Russia and Ukraine, the press service of the department reported. "Assistant Secretary of State for the European and Eurasian …

UK court permits Julian Assange extradition to U.S.

UK court permits Julian Assange extradition to U.S.

Julian Assange can be extradited to the U.S. to face trial on espionage charges over the mass leak of classified and confidential military documents, senior British judges have ruled. The Wikileaks founder, 50, is accused in America of …

Lukashenko: U.S. persuading EAEU to join pressures on Belarus

Lukashenko: U.S. persuading EAEU to join pressures on Belarus

The United States and other Western countries have been persuading the Eurasian Economic Union’s member-states to join pressures on Belarus over the migrant crisis, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said at a video conference of the …