For McDonald's gesture to really count, the large auto and tobacco companies have to follow suit
The new transfers will be the tenth time that Biden has used his Presidential Drawdown Authority (PDA) to help Ukraine and would account for the $100 million remaining in that funding, which allows the president to authorize the transfer of excess weapons from U.S. stocks without congressional approval in response to an emergency.
The city of Bakhmut sits at a crossroads between Russian forces pushing from the east and the north. There, ambulances jam a small courtyard of the military hospital, and the emergency room is almost always full.
As Finland and Sweden submit their application for NATO membership, a look at why countries want to join the alliance, and the process of granting membership.
One person died and others were injured in southwestern Russia after an attack in a village on the border with Ukraine, the governor of Kursk region said on Thursday.
Even if victory comes eventually to Russia through annexation of Ukraine’s disputed portions, and wide-ranging destruction of its military, it would be a moth-eaten victory that will hurt Russia in the long term
Ukraine's military said it aimed to evacuate its remaining soldiers from their last stronghold in Mariupol, as fighters that have held out for 82 days began to surrender, heralding the end of Europe's bloodiest battle in decades.
If NATO expansion was considered to be a major cause of the Ukraine war, its enlargement in the Nordics could be another setback for Russia’s efforts to redraw European security architecture
In March, McDonald's closed all its restaurants in Russia including its iconic Pushkin Square location.
The bodies of Russian soldiers, some horribly disfigured. Relatives weeping over the dead, some killed because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time. And always, the thousands of Ukrainians fleeing horrific destruction as their cities and villages came under bombardment.
Following a nearly 40% rise in global rates in the aftermath of the Russia-Ukraine crisis, and also as India ramped up exports, wheat and cereal prices rose in India.
The decision to resume operation of the embassy from Kyiv came amid decisions by several Western powers to reopen their missions in the Ukrainian capital.
Poland has some of the most restrictive abortion laws in Europe, and human rights activists have raised concerns about the difficulties victims of rape from Ukraine fleeing to the country may face if they need to terminate a pregnancy.
India's Permanent Representative to the UN and other International Organisations in Geneva, Ambassador Indra Mani Pandey, at the session said that India's position on the Ukraine conflict has been steadfast and consistent.
Samir Arora, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Helios Capital, sees scope for a further 10 percent correction in the market and expects the domestic market to bottom out when the US markets do the same. The veteran asset manager dismissed concerns that the current drawdown in the equity market is similar to the 2008 global financial crisis. Here’s what he said during a chat with Moneycontrol.
Speaking during a Thursday meeting on economic issues, Vladimir Putin said Western nations were driven by oversized political ambitions and Russophobia to introduce sanctions that hurt their own economies and well-being of their citizens.
Apartment blocks have been reduced to rubble and nearly 10 million people have been displaced in Ukraine during the Russian invasion.
Solving the structural problems of lack of scale in our component manufacturing system and the disinterest among Indian manufacturers in obtaining quality certifications and/or maintaining quality standards will help in boosting exports
Firefighters battled blazes in Odesa until early hours of May 10 after Russian missiles pounded the Ukrainian port on May 9, the day President Vladimir Putin led celebrations in Moscow marking Soviet victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two.
"Everyone knows there is a war going on between Russia and Ukraine. There are various hurdles in terms of importing oils. You know we are not able to import edible oil, we were getting sunflower oil. Now, we are not," Nirmala Sitharaman said at an event.
Russian President Vladimir Putin attended Moscow's Victory Day Parade on May, marking the 77th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany. Speaking at a military parade on May 9 marking the World War II victory over the Nazis, Putin drew parallels between the Red Army’s fighting against Nazi troops and the Russian forces’ action in Ukraine.
The week was also marked by horrific images that offered a rare glimpse of the death and atrocities of the war. In Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, which has been under sustained Russian attack since the beginning of the war in late February, bodies were everywhere.
Irpin Mayor Oleksandr Markushyn posted pictures on an official social media channel with pictures of Trudeau writing that the Canadian prime minister "came to Irpin to see with his own eyes all the horror that the Russian occupiers had done to our city."
Russia, which sent thousands of troops into Ukraine on February 24 in what it calls a special military operation, claimed to take control of the city on the Sea of Azov on April 21 after nearly two months of siege.
Russia's air defences also shot down two Ukrainian SU-24 bombers and a Mi-24 helicopter over the Snake island in the Black Sea at night, the ministry said in a statement.