Acceptance of Sweden and Finland would bring into the alliance two well-equipped, modern militaries on Russia's doorstep, said the US president
US said that the call 'didn't specifically solve any acute issues or lead to a direct change in what the Russians are doing or what they are saying'
McDonald's reaches deal to sell Russia business; new owner to retain employees for at least two years
This comes three days after McDonald's announced it was exiting the Russian market in the wake of the Ukraine invasion
The case highlights the thorny legal ground the US is finding itself on as it tries to seize assets of Russian oligarchs around the world
The International Committee of the Red Cross said that the registrations of Ukrainian prisoners of war began on 17 May under an agreement between Russia and Ukraine
The EU money for reconstruction should come with conditions that Ukraine commits to reforms needed for it to reach its goal of one day joining the bloc, said von der Leyen
India intends to operate S-400 missile system to defend against threats from Pakistan, China: Pentagon
According to the Pentagon, throughout 2021, New Delhi continued to implement a foreign policy aimed at demonstrating India's role as a leading power and net provider of security in the Indian Ocean region
ICC investigators will chase up leads and collect witness testimony 'relevant to military attacks' and would also work with Ukrainian authorities to 'strengthen the chain of custody with respect to hard evidence'
Russia on Tuesday expelled two Finnish diplomats as tensions between the two countries remained high. Finland, which shares a 1,300-km border with Russia, has been rattled by Russia's invasion of another neighbour, Ukraine
Russia-Ukraine war: Moscow's defence ministry says 265 Ukrainian soldiers 'surrendered' at besieged Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol
Of the total 265 Ukrainian soldiers, who surrendered at Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, 51 were 'heavily wounded' and had been transferred to a hospital in the town of Novoazovsk, Russia's defence ministry said
Russia-Ukraine war: Over 260 Ukrainian soldiers evacuated from besieged Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol
Ukraine's deputy defence minister Ganna Malyar said that the soldiers were evacuated through humanitarian corridors to areas under Moscow and Russia-backed separatists' control. 'An exchange procedure will be carried out for their further return home,' he added
A vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Navalny late March had his jail time extended to nine years after he was found guilty of embezzlement and contempt of court
Along with the residents of the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, stories of grit, bravery and sheer courage have continued to emerge. Such is the story of Igor Pedin, a 61-year-old man, who walked 225 kilometres, accompanied by his nine-year-old dog
The fast food giant pointed to the humanitarian crisis caused by the war, saying holding on to its business in Russia 'is no longer tenable, nor is it consistent with McDonald’s values'
Global wheat prices have soared on supply fears since Russia's February invasion of Ukraine, which previously accounted for 12 per cent of global exports
The European Commission's previous outlook expected growth of 4 per cent this year and 2.8 per cent in 2023
The economists said they did a study of the Russian invasion's impact on inflation, which revealed that 59 per cent of the jump in prices is due to geopolitical events
Finland and Sweden are poised to jettison decades of military non-alignment to join NATO as a defence against feared aggression from Russia
Russian war effort runs into military hurdles, loses diplomatic ground as Finland and Sweden move to join NATO
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, meeting with top diplomats from the alliance in Berlin, said the war 'is not going as Moscow had planned'
Ukraine commander issues another SOS to Elon Musk, says 'impossible to survive, help us get out of Azovstal'
The latest request from Ukrainian commander - Serhiy Volyna -- comes days after the Tesla billionaire stepped in to support war-torn Ukraine with his satellite communication services