Massive Arrests As Russia Starts Military Mobilization For Ukraine War

Russia has begun mobilizing reservists to fight in Ukraine after suffering massive setbacks, despite protests across the country. President Vladimir Putin’s order to call up 300,000 Russians with military experience prompted many to express outrage, leading to arrests across the country.

Israel condemns Putin’s nuclear threats and mobilization of reservists

A senior Israeli official close to Prime Minister Yair Lapid condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision announced Wednesday to mobilize hundreds of thousands of reservists to fight in Ukraine and his veiled threat of nuclear war, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.

Ukraine To Exhume Mass Graves In Recaptured Territory

krainian authorities are starting to exhume mass graves found in a recaptured territory from Russia. Kyiv says hundreds of tombs were discovered outside Izyum, in the Kharkiv region, days after it was re-taken from Russia’s military.

Russia Seeks World Order With Islamic States

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin seeks to build a new world order, including with Islamic states giving prison or death sentences for abandoning Islam, Worthy News established.

Ukraine Urges More Weapons As Russia Invasion Enters 7th Month

Ukraine has urged Germany, Europe’s largest economy, to send more weapons despite concerns by critics that it will further escalate the war against Russia in the country. The call came while fighting intensified as the Russian invasion of Ukraine entered its seventh month.

G7 Calls For Price Cap On Russian Oil

Finance ministers of the wealthy Group of Seven (G7) industrialized nations want a price cap on Russian oil to prevent Moscow from profiting from its war against Ukraine.

Daughter Putin Ally Killed In Bomb Blast

The daughter of a prominent ultra-nationalist philosopher and ally of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has been killed in a car bombing near Moscow, investigators said Sunday.

Turkey and Russia: A partnership essential to both

Just 17 days after the last Astana summit in TehranTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his counterpart Vladimir Putin met again — this time in Sochi. As Erdogan was underlining that “the world was watching the Sochi summit,” the international headlines drew attention to the “secretive nature” of the two leaders’ meeting, which was held behind closed doors.

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