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    Ukraine v. Russia: A potential game-changing lawsuit comes before the ICJ
    Mar05

    Ukraine v. Russia: A potential game-changing lawsuit comes before the ICJ

    Hearings are set to begin at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in Ukraine’s suit against Russia. Kiev claims Moscow employed terrorism in its Donbass region and has mistreated Crimea’s minorities. …read more Source:...

    HUYU NDIYE ANAYUMBISHA URAIS WA TRUMP
    Mar05

    HUYU NDIYE ANAYUMBISHA URAIS WA TRUMP

    WASHINGTON, MAREKANI TANGU Novemba 8 alipotangazwa kushinda kiti cha urais wa Marekani, Donald Trump alitajwa kusaidiwa kwa karibu na Serikali ya Urusi. Awali ilikuwa tetesi juu ya uhusiano wa karibu kati ya Trump na Rais wa Urusi, Vladimir Putin. Mara kadhaa timu ya kampeni ya Trump ilikanusha suala hilo, lakini hali imekuwa ngumu sana. Wananchi...

    Agencies: Pirates in Nigeria Release Russian, Ukrainian Sailors
    Mar05

    Agencies: Pirates in Nigeria Release Russian, Ukrainian Sailors

    Nigerian pirates have released seven Russian and one Ukrainian sailors after they were captured last month on the cargo ship the BBC Caribbean, Russian news agencies reported on Sunday, citing a human rights activist in Crimea. The sailors were released after talks between the owners of the ship and pirates. Interfax news agency quoted human...

    Russia Controversy Persists Amid New Revelations About Trump Administration
    Mar03

    Russia Controversy Persists Amid New Revelations About Trump Administration

    President Donald Trump’s administration continues to grapple with new revelations of previously undisclosed meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak, following U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ admission that he met twice with Kislyak during last year’s presidential campaign and failed to disclose those talks during...

    Russia’s US Ambassador an Unlikely Figure at Center of Controversy
    Mar03

    Russia’s US Ambassador an Unlikely Figure at Center of Controversy

    Russia’s ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak, is a low-key veteran diplomat who associates say is one of the most unlikely diplomats to wind up in the center of controversy. Kislyak, whose conversations with close associates of U.S. President Donald Trump have repeatedly embarrassed the new administration, is 66 years old,...

    More Revelations Prevent Trump Administration from Moving Past Russia Controversy
    Mar03

    More Revelations Prevent Trump Administration from Moving Past Russia Controversy

    After U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions admitted he met twice with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak during last year’s presidential campaign and failed to disclose those meetings during his Senate confirmation hearing, the new administration continues to grapple with other revelations of previously undisclosed meetings with Kislyak....

    Germany warns Ukraine over graft
    Mar03

    Germany warns Ukraine over graft

    Germany’s foreign minister has told Ukrainian lawmakers fighting graft will undermine Russian aggression. The comments came as authorities open a probe into Ukraine’s tax boss. …read more Source:...

    US Admiral in Disputed S. China Sea: ‘We Will Be Here’
    Mar03

    US Admiral in Disputed S. China Sea: ‘We Will Be Here’

    America will continue to patrol the South China Sea to ensure freedom of navigation and overflight in the disputed region, a U.S. admiral said Friday amid questions whether U.S. involvement in one of Asia’s potential flashpoints will change. “We will be here,” Rear Adm. James Kilby said on board the aircraft carrier USS Carl...

    Ukraine’s Tax and Customs Chief Accused of Embezzling Millions
    Mar03

    Ukraine’s Tax and Customs Chief Accused of Embezzling Millions

    Ukrainian anti-corruption agencies plan to detain the head of the tax and customs service, Roman Nasirov, over the alleged embezzlement of around 2 billion hryvnias ($75 million), a senior prosecutor said Friday. Television footage showed an unconscious-looking Nasirov being stretchered into an ambulance and taken to Kyiv’s Feofania...

    Congress’ Pentagon Budget for Year: $578 Billion 
    Mar03

    Congress’ Pentagon Budget for Year: $578 Billion 

    Lawmakers Thursday unveiled a $578 billion spending bill to keep the U.S. armed forces operating through September as President Donald Trump has vowed to add billions more for what he’s described as a depleted American military. The legislation, crafted by House and Senate negotiators from both parties, tracks the funding levels for...

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