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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

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...

2024 is year of transformation and growth: PM Terrance Drew

The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew addressed the nation on New Year Gala 2024 and greeted everyone during the...

Ukraine Admits Forces Withdrawal from Marinka

Zaluzhnyi, addressing journalists in Kyiv, explained that the withdrawal was part of a larger strategy. New defence lines are reportedly being prepared outside Marinka, indicating a calculated move rather than a sudden retreat

Russia and China surpass trade target, achieving $218 Billion in bilateral trade ahead of schedule

The successful surpassing of the trade target is a result of strategic planning and collaborative efforts by both Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping

Putin asserts readiness for Ukraine talks, emphasizes defence of Russian interests

Moscow, Russia: In a meeting with defence leadership in Moscow on Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed a willingness to engage in talks with...

Zelensky’s bold plea: Calls for EU support and use of frozen Russian assets to rebuild Ukraine

Despite recent setbacks, including a veto by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Zelensky remains steadfast in his commitment to Ukraine's European integration

Tragedy strikes Kyiv as Russian Missile attack leaves dozens injured and homes destroyed

Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, was thrust into chaos on December 12th as a Russian missile attack rocked the city, leaving at least 45 people injured and causing extensive damage to residential areas

German ambassador faces criticism from Russian Foreign Ministry for peaceful remarks

The ambassador's remarks, which called for an end to military conflicts and paid tribute to victims in Ukraine and the Middle East, were met with criticism and accusations from Russian officials

Mystery surrounds Alexei Navalny’s sudden transfer from penal colony, concerns rise over his well-being

Navalny's lawyer, facing obstacles in reaching his client, received no response from the authorities at either IK-6 or IK-7, prompting worries about the outspoken critic's well-being

Russia claims thwarting Ukrainian espionage network in Crimea, preventing 14 terror attacks

The FSB disclosed that the prevented attacks included plots against the Moscow-appointed head of Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, and former pro-Russian Verkhovna Rada member Oleg Tsarev

Russian opposition figures ailing in prison: calls for urgent medical treatment ignored

Navalny, a prominent critic of the government, has fallen seriously ill in prison, and doctors argue that the denial of treatment constitutes a violation of the Russian constitution

Ukraine’s Energy crisis escalates amid Russian attacks and harsh winter conditions

Once an electricity exporter, Ukraine has been forced to resort to emergency electricity imports from neighbouring Romania and Poland this week to meet the surging demand, as revealed by Ukraine's power grid operator, Ukrenergo

Russian forces advance in Marinka, posing autumn offensive threat in Donetsk oblast

Intelligence reports indicate that the invaders currently control most of the city, with only small pockets on the western outskirts remaining under the Ukrainian Armed Forces (VSU) control

St Kitts and Nevis is set to make contributions towards climate action plan, says PM Drew

The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, joined the assembly at the High-level Climate Action Summit session with the Vice...

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