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Russia9 months ago
Russia slams West’s ‘unfounded accusations’ on troop pullback from Ukraine
Russia has denounced "unfounded accusations" by the US and NATO on troop withdrawal from Ukraine.
Russia slams West’s ‘unfounded accusations’ on troop pullback from Ukraine
More10 months ago
Croatia to recall all troops from NATO in case of Russia-Ukraine conflict
Croatian President Zoran Milanovic says his country would withdraw its troops from NATO forces in Eastern Europe if there occurs an escalation of tensions with Russia over Ukraine.
Croatia to recall all troops from NATO in case of Russia-Ukraine conflict
Iraqone year ago
NYT: US deploying 2,000 troops to Iraq for nine months
The US is deploying around 2,000 troops to Iraq despite the announcement to end the American combat mission in the Arab country, The New York Times reports.
NYT: US deploying 2,000 troops to Iraq for nine months
Afghanistanone year ago
Putin cites Western failure in Afghanistan to say democracy can't be imposed on countries
Russian President Vladimir Putin strongly criticizes the West's two decades of war and occupation in Afghanistan under the pretext of promoting democracy in the country, stressing that democracy can't be imposed from the outside.
Putin cites Western failure in Afghanistan to say democracy can't be imposed on countries
Afghanistanone year ago
Taliban, supporters celebrate defeating 'superpower' US
The Taliban and their supporters celebrate defeating the United States and the group's total return to power in several cities across Afghanistan, after the last US soldier left the country.
Taliban, supporters celebrate defeating 'superpower' US
Foreign Policyone year ago
Republicans demand delay in US military withdrawal from Afghanistan
House Republicans have called for a vote on legislation that would keep American troops in Afghanistan until all Americans are evacuated.
Republicans demand delay in US military withdrawal from Afghanistan
Afghanistanone year ago
‘EU thinking of Russia-China role in Afghanistan instead of humanitarian situation’
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov slams the EU foreign policy chief's recent remarks about Afghanistan, saying it is regrettable that the bloc is more concerned about Moscow and Beijing supposedly taking control of the situation in the conflict-ridden country rather than the future of the nation itself.
‘EU thinking of Russia-China role in Afghanistan instead of humanitarian situation’
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