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Biden's Top Diplomat Pick Says U.S. Seeks 'Stronger' Iran Nuclear Deal, Condemns Russia Over Navalny Arrest

President-elect Joe Biden’s secretary of state nominee said the incoming administration would seek a “longer and stronger” nuclear agreement with Iran as he laid out a foreign policy vision for the next four years.

20/01/21 02:16

Serbia Becomes First European Nation To Use China's Sinopharm Vaccine

Serbia became the first European country to begin a mass inoculation campaign using China’s Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine, with health officials and hundreds of uniformed soldiers lining up to get their jabs in the capital, Belgrade.

20/01/21 01:46

U.S. Arrests Iranian Political Scientist Accused Of Being Government Agent

The U.S. Justice Department has filed charges against an Iranian political scientist accused of being an agent for Iran’s government.

19/01/21 21:18

Ukraine Denies House Arrest To Jailed Suspect In 2016 Journalist Killing

A Ukrainian court has rejected a request by a jailed suspect in the high-profile 2016 killing of journalist Pavel Sheremet to be transferred to house arrest.

19/01/21 18:37

In A Response To Navalny's Arrest, Clues to Biden's Russia Policy

Russia's detention of Aleksei Navalny, and his earlier poisoning with a powerful, banned, Soviet-era nerve agent, pose an early challenge to the incoming Biden administration. Can the new White House balance human rights concerns with things like expiring nuclear arms treaties?

19/01/21 18:29

Navalny Investigation Shines Light On 'Putin Palace'

The Anti-Corruption Foundation of Aleksei Navalny issued a fresh investigation on January 19, shining a spotlight on a Black Sea mansion allegedly built for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

19/01/21 18:13

Leaked Belarusian Audio Points To Plan For Barbed-Wire-Bound 'Camp' For Protesters

A group of former Belarusian security and justice officials has released an explosive audio recording said to be a top Interior Ministry official talking about plans to build an internment camp for protesters and urging officers to use force at anti-government rallies.

19/01/21 17:00

Experts Confirm Belarus Ex-KGB Chief's Voice On Leaked Audio Plotting Murders

Forensic audio experts have concluded that a 2012 audio recording revealing an alleged plot to kill critics of Belarusian strongman Alyaksandr Lukashenka is authentic. 

19/01/21 16:59


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