Foreign volunteers are needed to battle the Ukrainian military, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin. He said people who wished to volunteer to fight for the Russia-backed forces should be permitted to do so at a Russian security council meeting. Sergei Shoigu, Russia’s defence minister, claimed 16,000 volunteers were ready
On Thursday morning the world woke up to the inevitable that has been brooding over the past few days. Russia has launched an invasion of Ukraine with several villages coming under missile attacks including major Ukrainian airports and military bases. Ukraine’s foreign minister warned that a full invasion was underway.
Following an order by Russian President Vladimir Putin for Ukraine to be invaded at dawn in what is termed a ‘Special Military Operation’ following years of tensions, major explosions have been reported at some of the country’s major airports. Footages have shown explosions at Ukrainian airports near some of the
An Attack by Yemeni-Iranian –aligned insurgent group Houthi Terrorist attack on civilian areas and facilities in the United Arab Emirates has been condemned by the government of Ghana. A statement from Ghana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said “the attacks are a violation of international law and threaten efforts aimed at
We survived on Oranges and Coconuts -Two men rescued after being lost for 29 days at sea. Two men, Livae and Junior from Solomon Island have finally been found off the coast of New Guinea which is 400 kilometre from where they started their journey, after being lost at sea
A recently unveiled sculpture honouring George Floyd in New York City has been defaced for a second time. Grey paint was thrown across the statue on Sunday, Police said, just two days after it was set up in Union Square. Clean-up efforts by community volunteers are now underway. The 6ft
A man who is said to be a terrorist stabbed and wounded 6 people in an Auckland supermarket. The Prime Minister, Jacinda Arden confirmed the incident was a terrorist attack that was carried out by a Sri Lankan civilian who was under police surveillance. According to reports, he was a
Over five million people in Syria and Iraq have been capped with severe water shortage as 13 international aid groups called the incident “unprecedented catastrophe”. The development which was first cited by Aljazeera news saw more than 12 million people in Syria and Iraq losing access to water, food and