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State Duma Deputy Mikhail Sheremet proposed to temporarily stop gas supplies to the EU 

On April 10, State Duma deputy from the Crimean region Mikhail Sheremet proposed to “respond with tough sanctions” to the European Union (EU) and temporarily stop gas supplies to the countries of the union. According to Sheremet, such actions will be a response to the “rabid, disrespectful and humiliating policy towards Russia,” writes Gazeta.Ru . “In response to their unfriendly actions, I

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Russian Armed Forces destroyed the headquarters and base of the national battalion “Dnepr” 

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation on April 10 announced the destruction of the headquarters and base of the nationalist battalion “Dnepr” in the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine with high-precision missiles. During the night in the village of Zvonetskoye, Dnepropetrovsk region, high-precision sea-based missiles destroyed the headquarters and base of the nationalist battalion “Dnepr”, where reinforcements from foreign mercenaries arrived

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‘Mr Macron has failed’, Marine Le Pen says, gaining ground before French election – Macron conceded he had become distracted with Russia’s war in Ukraine

French President Emmanuel Macron has warned his likely opponent in this month’s second round of the presidential election – right-wing nationalist Marine Le Pen – is playing on the fears of the public with a “racist manifesto”. In his last scheduled interview before the first-round presidential vote held on Sunday, French time, Macron conceded he had become distracted with Russia’s

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Exclusive: Stabbing at Glenorchy

Tasmania Police in numbers along with Forensic Services and Detectives are attending an incident at Main Road, Glenorchy where a person has suffered injuries from being stabbed and Ambulance Tasmania are attending. Subscribers say a person was stabbed in the chest with a pair of scissors.

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Police seize almost $5m in cash, drugs and cryptocurrency teller machines in Sydney 

Police have seized three cryptocurrency teller machines, five kilograms of illicit drugs and millions of dollars of cash in Sydney’s south-east as part of a multi-agency operation involving the US Department of Homeland Security. Officers arrested two men, aged 34 and 39, on Friday afternoon as part of an ongoing investigation into drug importation and alleged money laundering in NSW

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Boris Johnson makes top-secret visit to war-torn Kyiv to meet Zelensky 

Russian state television described the attack as a “bloody provocation” by Ukraine. Boris Johnson has made a top-secret visit to war-torn Ukraine to offer Volodymyr Zelensky armoured vehicles and anti-ship missiles and heap praise on the “invincible heroism and courage” of the Ukrainian people. The British Prime Minister’s unannounced visit to Kyiv, with just one aide from his private office

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The Deputy Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN called the involvement of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the tragedy in Kramatorsk obvious 

Russia does not have Tochka-U missiles, Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN, said on Saturday, April 9, pointing out the obvious guilt of the Kiev authorities in shelling the railway station in Kramatorsk. “An important continuation of the debunking of Ukraine’s operation under a false flag in Kramatorsk. Russia does not have Tochka-U missiles in principle. Those

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Grandmasters Mariya and Anna Muzychuk initially refused to sign a letter demanding that all Russian players should be banned 

Ukrainian chess grandmaster sisters Mariya and Anna Muzychuk have clarified their stance after being threatened with exclusion for not signing a letter to the International Chess Federation (FIDE) demanding that all Russian players should be banned from playing their sport. Russian athletes are currently prohibited from participating in the international events of a number of top sports including football and figure

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Imran Khan loses no confidence vote

Imran Khan had previously claimed the opposition was acting on orders from abroad Pakistan’s National Assembly has passed a vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday, with 176 lawmakers out of 342 voting against him. The speaker of the parliament’s lower house Asad Qaisar, who is also a member of Khan’s party, announced his resignation after adjourning the house

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The Prime Minister’s visit to the Governor-General was over in minutes. Election called for three days after what PM hinted

Election called 21st May. Scott Morrison has laid out what he believes are the choices voters face when they go to the polls on May 21. The prime minister finally called the election date on Sunday, after three tumultuous years for the economy, the health of the nation and global security. Addressing reporters in Parliament House after visiting Governor-General David

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President Putin discussed with Aliyev the results of negotiations between the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia 

Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev the results of the talks held in Brussels between the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia. On Saturday, April 9, the press service of the Kremlin.  “The results of the talks held on April 6 in Brussels between Ilham Aliyev and Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan were discussed. At the same

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