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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken works whereas touring on a Ukrainian Railways prepare to Kiev. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/Pool through REUTERS
  • Russia: freight prepare derails as a result of “unauthorized persons”

    The wagons of a freight prepare derailed immediately within the Russian area of Volgograd “due to the intervention of unauthorized persons”, the Volga Railways introduced, quoted by the Tass information company.

  • Blinken on shock go to to Ukraine

    US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a shock go to to Ukraine.

    The head of US diplomacy arrived in Kiev this morning on an evening prepare from Poland. A gathering with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is deliberate, in keeping with journalists following Blinken. This is the US secretary of state's fourth journey to Ukraine because the Russian invasion started in February 2022. The go to is meant to reassure Kiev of continued US assist and promise a circulate of weapons at a time when Moscow is main a heavy offensive within the north-eastern Ukrainian area of Kharkiv.

  • Washington, Israel's complete victory over Hamas is unlikely

    The Biden administration doesn’t consider that Israel's present technique in opposition to Hamas will result in “total victory” over the Islamist motion in energy within the Gaza Strip, US Deputy Secretary of State Kurt Campbell stated as quoted by US media. “Israeli leaders sometimes talk about the idea of ​​some sort of landslide victory on the battlefield, of a total victory, but I don't think we believe that that is likely or possible,” Campbell stated yesterday, talking on the NATO Youth Summit in Miami. Many international locations wish to see a “political solution in which Palestinian rights are better respected,” added the US deputy secretary of state. “I don't think it's ever been as difficult as it is right now, but I still think the commitment is there,” he stated.