Russian court upholds verdict to revoke license of top independent newspaper that criticized the Kremlin
An independent newspaper in Russia had its license revoked. A Russian court upheld the verdict to revoke the newspaper's license. The paper has been critical of the Kremlin for years,foxnews.com
Rogan and his guests discuss Biden's previous caution about starting World War 3: 'Totally out of the window'
Breaking Points podcast hosts Saagar Enjeti and Krystal Ball spoke on Joe Rogan's podcast about the risk the United States is taking for their involvement in the Russia-Ukraine warfoxnews.com
UN chief fears world is heading toward a wider war
The United Nations chief warned Monday that the world is facing a convergence of challenges “unlike any in our lifetimes” and expressed fear of a wider war as the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approaches. In a wide-ranging address Guterres urged the General Assembly’s 193 member nations to change their mindset on decision-making from near-term thinking, which he called “irresponsible” and “immoral,” to looking “at what will happen to all of us tomorrow — and act.” Guterres said the transformation needed today must start with peace, beginning in Ukraine — where unfortunately, he said, peace prospects “keep diminishing” and “the chances of further escalation and bloodshed keep growing.”news.yahoo.com
"All Ukraine will burn": Medvedev threatens nuclear strikes for attacking Crimea
Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Head of the Russian Security Council, has said that if Ukraine attacks Russian facilities in Crimea, Russia will allegedly "only retaliate". Source: Medvedev, in a media interview, quoted by Kremlin-aligned news outlet RBC Quote from Medvedev: "There will be no negotiations in this case, only retaliatory strikes.news.yahoo.com
G-7, Europe reach deal for price cap on Russian diesel
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says industrialized countries in the Group of Seven are imposing a price cap on refined Russian oil products such as diesel and kerosene, as part of a coalition that includes Australia and a tentative agreement from the European Union.
Putin inventing “new type of military” after Ukraine liquidated almost his entire army
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has begun to invent a new type of military because his entire army has nearly been liquidated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Ivan Kyrychevsky, an expert writing for the Ukrainian Defense Express military news outlet, said in an interview with Radio NV on Feb. 3.news.yahoo.com
Turkey warns of risks of servicing Russian aircraft
Turkey's largest provider of airport ground handling services, Havaş, has warned of problems with the maintenance of Boeing airliners operated by Russian airlines, Russian media outlet RBC reported, citing a letter that Havaş CEO Mete Erna sent to contractors on Jan. 31.news.yahoo.com
Russian arms dealer, son and front firms hit with sanctions
A Russian arms dealer, his son and a group of front companies across Asia, Europe and the Middle East and their leadership have been targeted for U.S. sanctions in an effort to quell Russia’s access to weapons to continue its invasion of Ukraine.
In Romania, French, Dutch FMs sign agreement to boost ties
The foreign ministers of France and the Netherlands paid an official visit to Romania on Friday where they visited a NATO battlegroup, and later signed an agreement to strengthen ties between the three countries amid Russia’s war in neighboring Ukraine.
First delivery of S. Korean heavy weapons comes to Poland
Polish President Andrzej Duda and the country's defense minister have taken delivery of a first shipment of tanks and howitzers from South Korea, hailing the swift implementation of a deal signed in the summer in the face of the war in neighboring Ukraine.