Putin hosts the Kremlin’s annexation ceremony of part of Ukraine

Putin hosts the Kremlin’s annexation ceremony of part of Ukraine

Russia’s annexation of four regions condemned worldwide The movement is a “dangerous escalation” that threatens peace – the head of the United Nations Zelensky from Ukraine says the war must end Putin Zelenksiy calls an emergency meeting on security and defense Sep. 30 (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin was scheduled to host a Kremlin … Read more

Protests continued in Iran over the death of a young woman, 83 said they had been killed

DUBAI, September 29 (Reuters) – Protests against the death of a young woman in police custody on Thursday in several cities in Iran, state and social media reported as a human rights group said at least 83 people had died in nearly two weeks demonstration. Mahsa Amini, 22, from the Iranian Kurdish city of Saqez, … Read more

Russia says the Nord Stream “sabotage” is likely to be a state sponsored act

MOSCOW / BRUSSELS, Sep. 29 (Reuters) – Russia said on Thursday that spills spewing gas from pipelines into Germany appeared to be the result of state-sponsored “terrorism” as an EU official said the incident fundamentally changed the nature of the conflict in Ukraine. The European Union is investigating the cause of leaks from Gazprom’s Nord … Read more

Oil prices are rising in favor of US oil, fuel stocks are falling, and the dollar is weakening

NEW YORK, Sept. 28 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Wednesday for a second day, rebounding from recent losses as the US dollar weakened recent gains and US fuel inventory data showed larger-than-expected declines and a rebound in consumer demand. Brent crude oil increased by $ 3.05, or 3.5%, at $ 89.32 a barrel. The … Read more

The EU executive proposes the eighth party of sanctions against Russia

EU countries are starting to negotiate a new package of Russian sanctions 27 member states split on the oil price cap Ukraine: You have to stop the “blood money” flowing into Russia BRUSSELS, September 28 (Reuters) – The European Union’s executive body proposed on Wednesday an eighth round of sanctions against Russia for invading Ukraine, … Read more

EXCLUSIVE Afghan Taliban Sign Deal For Russian Oil Products, Gas And Wheat

KABUL, September 27 (Reuters) – The Taliban has signed a temporary agreement with Russia to supply gasoline, diesel, gas and wheat to Afghanistan, Haji Nooruddin Azizi, acting Afghan Minister of Trade and Industry, told Reuters. Azizi said his ministry is working to diversify its trading partners and that Russia has offered the Taliban administration a … Read more

Europe suspects sabotage as mysterious gas leaks hit Russian pipelines

Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland: leaks caused by sabotage Operator says damage to Nord Stream 1 is “unprecedented” The Russian gas crisis has led to a sharp rise in prices Europe is racing to find alternative supplies STOCKHOLM / COPENHAGEN, September 27 (Reuters) – Europe raced on Tuesday to investigate possible sabotage behind … Read more

Heavy fighting as a vote on the annexation in Ukraine is entering the last day

Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Hard fights as Russian referenda come in on the last day Russian conscription causes protests, an exodus The Kremlin says that no decision has been made to close the Russian border Kyiv, Ukraine, September 27 (Reuters) – Ukrainian and Russian forces fought hard in various … Read more

Hungarian Prime Minister Orban says EU sanctions against Russia “have had no effect”

Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BUDAPEST, September 26 (Reuters) – Hungary should prepare for a protracted war with neighboring Ukraine, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Monday, harshly criticizing EU sanctions against Russia, which he said had “hit nothing” by raising energy prices. Orb├ín, long at odds with the EU … Read more