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Members of Congress are concerned about reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to move tactical nuclear weapons into Belarus, though the threat should not stop the U.S. from continuing its support for Ukraine, Rep. Mike Gallagher said Sunday.

Russia is unable to deliver vital defence supplies it had committed to India's military because of the war in Ukraine, the Indian Air Force (IAF) says.

New Delhi has been worried that Moscow's invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 could affect military supplies from India's largest source of defence equipment. The IAF statement is the first official confirmation of such shortfalls.

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Fyodor Lukyanov: Here's the real reason why Russia and China want to replace the US-led international order MikeRivero Sun, 03/26/2023 - 08:11

Russia and China don’t fit into the international system built under Western auspices after the Cold War. They are therefore in favor of replacing it. And it is easier to change it together. 

“We hope the world will become a better place, and we have reason to believe it will. At the same time, we are well aware that the future is bright, but the road there is winding.”

US shoots itself in foot by limiting use of dollar Putin MikeRivero Sun, 03/26/2023 - 07:40

The United States does damage to itself by limiting the use of the dollar for situational reasons, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on the Rossiya-24 news channel on Saturday.

"They saw off the branch they’re sitting on - I’ve been reiterating that - by limiting the use of the dollar based on momentary, situational considerations of political nature. They are harming themselves, and we might even add, they shoot themselves in the foot," Putin said in an interview with journalist Pavel Zarubin.

Export Of Fish From Russia To Europe Breaks Records MikeRivero Sun, 03/26/2023 - 07:39

Russian fish imports to the EU have increased by twenty percent, despite the conflict in Ukraine and the avalanche of sanctions imposed. At the same time, countries with the most anti-Russian stance in the whole EU are active importers. This is the case of Poland. Germany and the Netherlands are not far behind in Russian fish consumption. Statistics are provided by the UK edition of the Daily Express.

Putin: Wests Weapons Supply to Ukraine Wont Be Enough to OutgunRussia MikeRivero Sun, 03/26/2023 - 07:38

The United States and its European allies have sent tens of billions of dollars-worth of military equipment to Kiev to fuel a proxy war against Russia in Ukraine. Moscow has warned repeatedly about the consequences of these actions for regional and global security.

Western countries won’t be able to deliver enough weapons in Ukraine to outgun Russia, President Vladimir Putin has assured.

Nord Steam pipeline sabotage: Part deux MikeRivero Sun, 03/26/2023 - 07:32

On this episode of Direct Impact, host Rick Sanchez held an exclusive interview with legendary journalist Seymour Hersh regarding his investigation into the Nord Stream pipeline explosion, which caused a shockwave throughout the world. Hersh gives a breakdown of his investigation and some of the sinister details he uncovered.

Nuclear weapons in Belarus is response to growing West's aid to Ukraine - Japanese media MikeRivero Sun, 03/26/2023 - 07:30

Russia’s decision to deploy its tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus comes as a response to the West's stepping up military aid to Ukraine, the Japanese NHK TV channel and leading Japanese newspapers opine on Sunday.