Russia could use the US written response next week as pretext for further escalation. In Ukraine, US diplomats don’t know what to expect – more cyber-warfare, a “minor incursion” or tens of thousands of Russian troops pouring into the country from three
Mr Blinken raised the stakes further during his Thursday afternoon speech, perhaps to steel the nerves of US allies gathered in Berlin. This was not a “distant regional dispute”, he said, but rather a threat to the international principles of sovereignty and
In a statement issued on Wednesday night, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said: “If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border, that’s a renewed invasion, and it will be met with a swift, severe, and united response from the
Bennie Thompson, the Democratic lawmaker who is leading the House select committee, said in a statement that all four aides “advanced unsupported theories about election fraud, pushed efforts to overturn the election results, or were in direct contact with the former president
“We believe that from the information that we can put together that it is not as catastrophic in those major population centres as we first thought that it might be, so that’s really good news,” said Katie Greenwood, who is co-ordinating the
The hostage-taker was heard demanding the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist who is currently serving an 86-year term in a prison in Forth Worth, Texas, about 20 miles away from the synagogue, law enforcement officials told local media.
After nearly two years as the face of America’s fight against Covid-19, Dr Anthony Fauci was caught calling a senator “a moron” in a hot mic moment during a congressional hearing. Having served under two administrations during the pandemic, here are the
Authorities in Kazakhstan say “armed extremists” are behind the recent deadly violence there. It’s thought dozens of people were killed, including many in the country’s largest city Almaty. Steve Rosenberg looks back at what happened, and who was behind the violence.
Mr Gardiner later told Sky News: “From my point of view, that money was there to improve the work I was able to do in Parliament, and to improve the work I was able to do for my constituents – it paid
While all this is going on, Ms Giuffre’s team will be pressing for the prince’s lawyers to disclose evidence. Their current demands – detailed in court papers – include information about the medical condition 20 years ago that prevented him sweating and,