Images of Putin gripping his chair and squirming next to President Xi in Moscow have again fuelled speculation about his health. He was filmed limping during a visit to Crimea a few days ago and during a February meeting with Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko his leg was shaking uncontrollably. Since Putin invaded Ukraine last year, rumours of his physical well-being have been rife, with a range of theories from cancer to Parkinson’s.
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Leaders of the New York Young Republican Club told HuffPost they kept the rally tiny on purpose.
Trump's campaign said that it was compiling "millions and millions" of signatures to denounce a possible indictment, while also asking for more cash.
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Pamela Brown persistently grilled Trump's evasive lawyer Drew Findling about the ex-president's call to Georgia asking for more votes to overturn the election.
The guests sat in awkward silence until Trump's audio reconnected. He then said: "What happened was that the radical left was working on the phone."
It was the commission of a lifetime for this artist, who grew up poor in El Salvador with no formal training: Paint a portrait of the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump. His personal mission? Make it larger than life, to show a great man, doing great things, with God on his side. Now, Democrats want to know where the 8-foot portrait of the former president disappeared to, but that is anybody’s guess. Nearly three years after the painting was delivered to Trump, the artist says he
US soldiers in Turkey were helping distribute aid sent from around the world, including China. But Chinese media made it look like a bad thing.
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The ministry said it summoned Canadian charge d'affaires Brian Ebel on Monday and told him Joly's comments were unacceptable. Canadian media quoted Joly as saying at a news conference on March 10: "We're able to see how much we're isolating the Russian regime right now — because we need to do so economically, politically and diplomatically — and what are the impacts also on society and how much we're seeing potential regime change in Russia."
The Chinese leader's visit to Moscow, long touted by the Kremlin as a show of support from its most powerful friend, featured plenty of demonstrative bonhomie on Tuesday. A joint statement included familiar accusations against the West - that the United States was undermining global stability and NATO barging into the Asia-Pacific region.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday that he would call a high-level meeting of the military organization’s main forum for cooperation with Ukraine next month despite objections from Hungary. The NATO-Ukraine Commission hasn't met at ministerial level for several years. The last meeting was held at a lower level in 2019 in Kyiv, with NATO ambassadors joining Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and some of his Cabinet ministers, about three years before Russia's full-scale invasion.
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