A meeting between the Bidens and Trudeaus in Rideau Cottage has given Twitter users quite a laugh.
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/ReutersEKOK, Cameroon—It was just before 5 a.m. local time when two pickup trucks allegedly carrying mercenaries from the Russian Wagner Group pulled up in front of Zaza and five other men, who were patrolling the areas near the Chimbolo gold mine in the Central African Republic.The vigilantes—who are among hundreds of men drawn from the Chimbolo village to prevent hoodlums and robbers from attacking the buildings and electrical installations
The Florida governor addressed whether he'd be Trump's 2024 vice-presidential running mate.
Reuters/Misha Japaridze/Pool/File PhotoYevgeny Prigozhin is preparing to pull his Wagner Group mercenaries’ attention away from the war in Ukraine, according to a Bloomberg report that cites sources familiar with the matter.His current plan is to focus the private mercenaries’ focus back to countries in Africa, such as Sudan, Mali, and the Central African Republic, where Wagner has deployed forces. On Monday, Wagner posted a recruitment notice offering deployments to African countries that would
Ukraine's Ministry of Defense trolled the Michigan-born Russian citizen on Twitter.
Ms Trump is said to be ‘leading her own life, and still feels happy being at Mar-a-Lago, surrounded by people who love her and who never talk about reality, or bad things about her husband’
Mr Trump’s rant about the city comes as a panel of New Yorkers will soon decide his fate – voting whether or not he will make history as the only former or current US president to ever be criminally indicted
In light of President Joe Biden’s visit to Canada, a new survey gives surprising insights into how people across this country feel about our current relationship with the U.S.
China's leader, Xi Jinping, appears to be using the leverage he has gained over Russia in the wake of the Ukraine war.
The "Daily Show" correspondent has a baffling debate with a supporter of the former president.
Russia wants to create demilitarised buffer zones inside Ukraine around areas it has annexed, an ally of President Vladimir Putin said on Friday, saying it might be necessary to push deeper into Ukraine if such zones cannot be set up. More than a year into Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Putin's core war aims remain unfulfilled despite Russian control of nearly a fifth of the country. Former President Dmitry Medvedev, who casts himself as Putin's most publicly hawkish official, said Russia needed demilitarised corridors around the areas it is claiming - and which Ukraine says it will never accept Russian control of.
The GOP state representative fell for the sophomoric prank and recited a few made-up names at a civil justice hearing.
"Russia’s ‘special military operation’ has severely dislocated the Russian military training system," The MoD said.
Ex-aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff denies Melania left White House for DC hotel as Stormy Affair came to light in 2018
Mr Trump’s niece is an outspoken critic of the ex-president
Benjamin Netanyahu has been forced to delay his visit to Britain as a number of Israeli pilots have refused to fly him, the Telegraph understands.
"She doesn’t sympathize with Donald’s plight," a source tells PEOPLE of the former first lady's attitude toward her husband's pending legal issues
Trump's recent behavior towards his potential indictment is "a terrible look" that demonstrates "instability," a defense attorney told Insider.
NEAR KREMINNA, Ukraine (Reuters) -Russian forces attacked northern and southern stretches of the front in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region on Friday, pressing on with their offensive despite assertions from Kyiv that Moscow's assault was flagging near the city of Bakhmut. Ukrainian military reports described heavy fighting in the northern sector along a stretch of front running from Lyman to Kupiansk, as well as in the south at Avdiivka on the outskirts of the Russian-held city of Donetsk. Both are parts of the front that have been major Russian targets in a winter offensive campaign to fully capture Ukraine's industrialised Donbas region.
The late night host said the ex-president is clearly getting nervous ahead of a potential indictment.