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Pursuing Absolute Security Would Only Make Worse Security Dilemma

NATO’s response to the Ukraine crisis clearly exposes its nature as a tool of the U.S. to maintain American hegemony. The Meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs held on April 6 and 7 continued to exacerbate the tensions between

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US Has Inescapable Responsibilities For Ukraine Crisis

After experiencing profound changes and a pandemic unprecedented in a century, the globe today is confronted with another major issue – the Ukraine crisis. Solving existing and future challenges and pursuing a ceasefire is a common aspiration of all peace-loving

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Ukraine/Russia War: US Disinformation Against China Won’t Bring Peace

The New York Times recently cited “anonymous U.S. officials” claiming that China was aware of Russia’s intentions and plans in Ukraine ahead of time. The Washington Post also claimed, citing U.S. officials, that Russia had asked China for military equipment

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Ukraine Crisis: You Cannot Veto Our Voices, U.S. Tells Russia

United States Ambassador to the UN, Ms Linda Thomas-Greenfield, on Friday told her Russian counterpart Amb. Vasily Nebenzya that he could not veto the voices of countries speaking against invasion of Ukraine. Thomas-Greenfield said this after Russia vetoed a UN

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Shelling Damages 17 High-rise Buildings In Ukraine

Seventeen high-rises in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol have been damaged by shelling, according to the city administration. All the buildings affected were in the east of the city, closer to the front line of fighting with pro-Russian separatists,

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Germany, US Threaten To Blow Russian Gas Pipeline, If They Attack Ukraine 

Germany and the US have warned they could target a key Russian gas pipeline if the country invades Ukraine. A US state department spokesman said the Nord Stream 2 pipeline “will not move forward” if Russia were to attack. The

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Why Iran Apologized After Downing Ukrainian Plane

By Jonathan IPAA with agency Iranian regime has apopogized to the families of the 176 who died last Tuesday on board boeing 737 Ukranian passengers jet. The state TV, citing a military statement, says the country ‘unintentionally’ shot down a

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World Leaders React After Iran Admits Downing Plane By ‘Mistake’

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Saturday said Ukraine expected a full investigation and compensation from Iran, after Tehran said it “unintentionally” shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, killing all 176 people board. After mounting international pressure, Iran earlier on Saturday voiced regret over firing at the

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Nigeria-Ukraine Friendly: Iheanacho, Ebuehi Returns, Akpeyi, Ogu Miss out

By Joel Ajayi Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr has called up 23 players for the Super Eagles’ international friendly with the Senior National Team of Ukraine scheduled for Dnipro Arena on Tuesday, 10th September, with Saudi Arabia-based Skipper Ahmed Musa at the

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Russia Expands Economic Sanctions On Ukraine

AFP Russia Tuesday expanded its economic sanctions on Ukraine, adding more than 250 people and businesses to a blacklist first announced at the start of November. According to a decree by Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev, 245 individuals and seven companies,

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