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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement that he intends to deploy tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus appears to be another attempt to raise the stakes in the conflict in Ukraine. It follows Putin’s warnings that Moscow is ready to use “all available means” to fend off attacks on Russian territory, a
Russian President Vladimir Putin is no fan of revolutions. As massive demonstrations and strikes roil the cities of neighbouring Belarus, he cannot like what he sees. The question on everyone’s mind is what he will do about it.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko visited one of the nation’s big state-owned factories in the capital Minsk last week, aiming to show he still had support despite nationwide calls for his resignation. He’d have done well to remember Nicolae Ceausescu.
A year after declaring victory in a rigged election, Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko has lost none of his power to induce wonder. In comments made during a marathon news conference on Monday, the 27-year-leader delivered what appeared to be a bombshell.
India’s office space absorption of 38 million sqft across top six cities during Q3 has signalled sturdy momentum despite ongoing global volatility.
It’s so unfortunate that innocent people of Pakistan are facing another wave of terrorism in the country which claimed a number of precious lives on Friday
It seems after the. botched rebellion of Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of Wagner, the private military company (PMC) which was deployed in the war in Ukraine,