Sunday, 14th August 2022
Breaking News:


1 day ago
Kyiv and Moscow accused each other on Saturday of striking the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southeastern Ukraine, which has been shelled repeatedly in the past week.
2 days ago
Among the endless list of instruments of Russian aggression, one among the most odious is the organization known as PMC "Wagner". To cover up its activities, this grouping uses the front of a private military company, however, having nothing to do with how the term is understood in the civilized world.
3 days ago
Moscow's ally Belarus on Thursday played down reports of overnight explosions at a military airbase near the border with Ukraine that is said to be used by Russian troops.
3 days ago
Upon being informed that her famished and desperate peasant compatriots could not afford their staple diet of bread, the Queen of France Marie-Antoinette (1755-1799) allegedly
9 Aug
On August 4, the international human rights organization, Amnesty International, dealt a powerful blow to its own reputation. A press release issued by the organization read in part: “Ukrainian warfare tactics endanger civilians.”
8 Aug
The Kremlin on Monday accused Ukrainian forces of firing on the Zaporizhzhia atomic power plant, warning of potential "catastrophic consequences" for Europe.
6 Aug
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has confirmed that Turkey will start paying for some of its Russian natural gas imports in rubles.
4 Aug
A Russian court on Thursday sentenced US basketball star Brittney Griner to nine years in prison over drug smuggling as US President Joe Biden called the ruling "unacceptable".
3 Aug
Russia backs the Myanmar junta's efforts to "stabilise" the crisis-wracked country and hold elections next year, its foreign minister said in talks with top generals on Wednesday, according to Russian state media. The Southeast Asian nation has been in turmoil since the putsch last year, with the junta accused by rights groups of committing war…
3 Aug
A Russian and Ukrainian team on Wednesday completed a high-stakes inspection of the first shipment of grain from Ukraine since the Kremlin's invasion five months ago helped spark a global food crisis. The checks aboard the Sierra Leone-flagged Razoni in Istanbul were being watched closely for signs of how well the first agreement signed by…
3 Aug
Finland's customs service said Wednesday it had caught several travellers carrying drones and other sanctioned goods across the border with Russia that could boost Moscow's "industrial and military capabilities". The seizures came as Finland debates restrictions on Russian visas following Moscow's February 24 invasion of Ukraine that led to swingeing Western sanctions. More than 2,500…
2 Aug
Russia on Monday said it was blacklisting 39 British citizens, including Labour Party leader Keir Starmer and former prime minister David Cameron.


11 mins ago
The Ghanaian High Commission in Nigeria has said that President Nana Akufo-Addo did not write the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential flag-bearer, Bola Tinubu to step aside for the Labour Party..
1 hour ago
Harry Kane snatched a 96th minute equaliser to salvage a 2-2 draw for Tottenham from a feisty London derby against Chelsea on Sunday.
1 hour ago
However, as betrayal is in man’s nature, at the hands of man, nature has increasingly been at the receiving end of activities that were nature not so resilient, it would have died many years ago
2 hours ago
Most women discover breast lumps by themselves, but you don’t need to wait for a lump to develop before you learn how to self-examine your breast at home. Most lumps are benign, and detecting them early would help you better manage them.  Self-examination of the breast enables you to monitor your breast health and detect…
4 hours ago
Nottingham Forest celebrated their first home game in the Premier League for 23 years by beating West Ham 1-0 on Sunday.