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Zelensky accuses Amnesty International of supporting terrorism

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has accused Amnesty International of siding with “terrorists” after the organization condemned the Ukrainian military for placing weapons in civilian areas in violation of humanitarian law. “Today we saw a report by Amnesty International, which unfortunately tries to amnesty the terrorist state and shift responsibility from …

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US declares public health emergency

The US administration on Thursday declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency, two weeks after the World Health Organization upgraded its classification of the virus. Health Secretary Xavier Becerra announced the declaration during a briefing, telling reporters that the White House is urging “every American to take monkeypox seriously.” By …

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Russia names real cause of upturned world order

The original source of the contemporary threat to the global order was the 2014 Maidan coup in Kiev, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed on Thursday. Peskov was pushing back on assertions made by NATO’s secretary-general that Russia’s military offensive in Ukraine was to blame for a major shake-up. “The real …

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North Korea blasts US nuclear hypocrisy

The US has no right to single out Pyongyang when speaking about nuclear threats, since the country is in fact the “main offender in nuclear proliferation,” North Korea’s permanent mission to the United Nations said in a statement published Wednesday. It came in response to comments by US Secretary of …

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US ‘artificially’ stokes tensions – Kremlin

Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi instigated the flare-up of tensions around Taiwan with her trip to Taipei, the Kremlin has said. “The tensions around Taiwan were artificially provoked. We are well aware that they were provoked by the visit of Nancy Pelosi,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov …

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Moscow reacts to Amnesty’s accusation against Ukraine

A report by Amnesty International, blaming Ukraine for placing its military assets in residential areas, only corroborates what Moscow has been saying throughout the conflict with Kiev, Maria Zakharova, Russia’s foreign ministry spokeswoman, has said. “We’ve been talking about this constantly, calling the actions of the Ukrainian armed forces the …

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Five killed in Donetsk shelling – DPR

A drama theater in central Donetsk came under artillery fire on Thursday morning, resulting in at least five deaths, according to preliminary reports citing DPR officials. The building was hosting a funeral ceremony for a female militia commander. According to Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) officials, some 10 projectiles hit the …

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Zelensky wants talks with China

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said on Thursday he would like to speak “directly” with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, as he urged Beijing to use its economic and political leverage to stop the conflict in his country. In an exclusive interview with the South China Morning Post, Zelensky noted that he …

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US Senate approves NATO expansion

The US Senate has voted overwhelmingly to ratify Sweden and Finland’s membership in the NATO alliance, another step toward expanding the US-led military bloc after its 30 members formally committed to the move.  Lawmakers approved the measure 95-1 on Wednesday, in what President Joe Biden called a “historic vote” which …

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