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PM Roosevelt Skerrit to participate in CARICOM and CELAC meeting, focus on enhancing development

Dominica: The Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit...

Russian National Faces Trial for Cyberattack on Local Power Plant Resulting in Blackout

The charges against the hacker include the unlawful exploitation of his "official position" to access computer information stored on vital information infrastructure, indicating a possible insider involvement with the targeted power plant

Russian Authorities Demand Secret Funeral for Navalny, Facing Backlash

According to Navalny's spokeswoman, Kira Yarmysh, authorities demanded that Navalny's mother agree to a secret funeral for her son within three hours, or else they would proceed to bury him at the prison where he died

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PM Roosevelt Skerrit to participate in CARICOM and CELAC meeting, focus on enhancing development

Dominica: The Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit is all set to take active participation in the 46th regular meeting of the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM)...

Russian National Faces Trial for Cyberattack on Local Power Plant Resulting in Blackout

The charges against the hacker include the unlawful exploitation of his "official position" to access computer information stored on vital information infrastructure, indicating a possible insider involvement with the targeted power plant

Russian Authorities Demand Secret Funeral for Navalny, Facing Backlash

According to Navalny's spokeswoman, Kira Yarmysh, authorities demanded that Navalny's mother agree to a secret funeral for her son within three hours, or else they would proceed to bury him at the prison where he died

Kremlin Bans Dostoyevsky, Oscar Wilde, Stephen King, and More Over Alleged LGBTQ+ Propaganda

President Vladimir Putin's regime has long been criticized for its stance on LGBTQ+ rights, with the signing of a law banning the promotion of non-traditional sexual relations, pedophilia, and gender reassignment

Russia Withdraws from 1956 Fishing Agreement with Britain Amidst Heightened Tensions

The accord, brokered during the era of Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, permitted British fishing vessels access to prized fishing grounds in the Barents Sea and along the coast of the Kola Peninsula and Kolguev Island

Slovak Prime Minister Fico charts post-war course in diplomacy

In a diplomatic manoeuvre aimed at navigating Slovakia through the tumultuous aftermath of the conflict in Ukraine, Prime Minister Robert Fico engaged in pivotal...

201st Russian military base in Tajikistan organizes solemn event dedicated to Victory Day

On May 9, on the territory of the 201st Russian military base in Tajikistan, a solemn event dedicated to the celebration of the 78th...

Russian Ambassador to Slovakia meets WW2 veteran on 78th Victory Day anniversary

On May 10, Russian Ambassador to Slovakia I.B. Bratchikov visited Vladimir Strmen, a participant in the Slovak National Uprising of 1944, in Banska Bystrica...

West cannot provide an evidence that Navalny was poisoned: President Putin

President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that if the West cannot provide definitive evidence that Navalny was poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok, it's...

Scientists Believe Mars Might Still Have Active Volcanoes

At the same time, NASA is actively exploring the Jezero crater on Mars, and a new study shows that volcanoes may still be active...

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