Vladimir Putin said yesterday that he would address disputes with the West after an election that saw him return to the Kremlin with a record vote share, as Moscow faces increasing isolation.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said the EU should consider levelling sanctions against Germany’s former chancellor Gerhard Schroeder for his vocal support of the Russian government.
A New York tenants rights group and local politician said yesterday they would launch an investigation into the real estate company formerly headed by Jared Kushner, a top aide to President Donald Trump, over alleged falsification of building permits.
Texas police said yesterday that a bombing which left two people injured overnight in the state capital Austin was connected to three previous blasts in the city and the “serial bomber” used a tripwire in the latest attack, showing a “higher level of skill.”
Members of a US Air Force carry team move the flag-draped transfer case holding the remains of Air Force Master Sergeant Christopher J Raguso of Commack, New York, who was killed on an Iraq mission, to a transfer vehicle during a dignified transfer at Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Delaware.
Taiwan has to work with international organisations to push Beijing to ensure the rights of a Taiwan-based democracy advocate who has been detained in China for a year now, non-governmental organisations told Taipei yesterday.