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Russia Attends G20 Meeting Set To Be Dominated By Ukraine Conflict

The summit will see the first face-to-face meeting between President Vladimir Putin's long-serving foreign minister Lavrov and some of Russia's biggest critics since the...

Russia Warns Humanity At Risk If West Seeks To Punish It Over Ukraine

Russia's February 24 invasion of Ukraine has triggered the most serious crisis in relations between Russia and the West since the 1962 Cuban Missile...

Ukraine Resists Russian Troops In Kyiv As West Sanctions Putin

Russia said the sanctions against Putin and Lavrov were “a demonstration of the complete impotence of the foreign policy” of the West Kyiv - Ukrainian...

Moscow, Kyiv Call For Talks Amid Intense Shellfire

Moscow had previously said the 30,000 troops it has in Belarus were carrying out readiness drills with its ally, to be finished by Sunday,...

Ukraine Defies Invasion Threat, As Nato Sees No Russian Pullback

The demonstration of Ukrainian firepower and rhetoric contrasted with images on Russian state media that were said to show Moscow’s forces bringing an end...

European Shares Sink Over Ukraine Tensions

Worries that an invasion of Ukraine by Russia is imminent have pumped waves of volatility in markets London - Europe’s major markets sank heavily...
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