Putin blocks Black Sea entrance as Biden decides on warships withdrawal

Europe 04/16/21, 06:09

According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Kerch Strait bridging Crimea and Russia will not welcome international warships until next fall. His order came as President Biden is considering a plan of sending warships to the Black Sea to aid Ukraine amid growing tensions between the two neighboring nations.   On Thursday, the ...

Biden administration withholds $150M of Ukraine aid amid Russia—Ukraine tensions

Europe 04/14/21, 03:07

As part of an attempt to pressure Ukraine into making "appropriate progress on crucial security reforms this year," the Biden Administration is withdrawing $150 million in military funding that Congress had already approved. According to One America News Network, the withholding of funds came amid disruptive Russian military exercises near Ukraine's ...

Ukraine plane likely hit by Iranian air-defense missile

U.S. 01/09/20, 20:33

U.S. officials, on Thursday, Jan. 9, expressed “high confidence” that an Iranian anti-aircraft missile downed a Ukrainian passenger jet near Tehran, killing all 176 on board. The U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the fatal crash, said U.S. authorities believe that an SA-15 surface-to-air missile, a Russian-made ...

Adam Schiff seeks to implicate Vice President Pence in the Ukraine case

U.S. 12/20/19, 16:53

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said Thursday, Dec. 19, without offering any evidence, that he has found indications that Vice President Mike Pence has been withholding information. Schiff, who led the first part of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump for allegedly pressuring the Ukrainian president to investigate ...

Collusion with Ukraine in Obama’s time: Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden

U.S. 11/30/19, 13:58

President Donald Trump's impeachment for allegedly trying to use his position to force a foreign government to help him win the elections has put the media and political focus on Ukraine and the fact is the collusion seems to point in another direction. When President Trump announced that he had had ...

The leader of impeachment against President Trump would have received money connected to corrupt businesses in Ukraine

Politics 11/22/19, 11:56

As investigations into corruption in Ukraine move forward, more connections are coming to light between the accused and prominent members of the Democratic Party, the latest major revelation being the connection to Adam Schiff. Ukrainian Attorney General Ruslan Ryaboshapka is investigating Burisma Holdings' owner and former Ecology Minister Mykola Zlochevsky for ...

Hunter Biden and partners got $16.5 million illegal money, Ukraine MP alleges

U.S. 11/21/19, 20:00

A Ukraine member of parliament alleged on Wednesday, Nov. 20 that former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, and his partners received money from Burisma Holdings that it stole from Ukrainian citizens. In April 2014, Hunter Biden procured a position on the board of the Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma ...

The Ukrainian company Burisma would have used the US Democratic Party to launder money

U.S. 11/21/19, 11:52

The Ukrainian Prosecutor General's office accused the owner of energy company Burisma Holdings with laundering money from criminal activities through an investment fund close to the U.S. Democratic Party according to news agency Tass. At a press conference on Wednesday, Ukrainian Member of Parliament Alexander Dubinsky cited materials from his investigation ...

Sen. Johnson has firsthand information on impeachment inquiry events

2020 Campaign 11/19/19, 18:56

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), has important firsthand information of events involving President Trump before the impeachment inquiry began. It is not hearsay, but real evidence of the president's innocence. Johnson indicated his role in the impeachment inquiry was about to become more prominent. Johnson made an appearance on NBC's "Meet the ...

Mulvaney: ‘the facts on the ground’ says no quid pro quo

U.S. 10/21/19, 12:21

Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney denied knowledge of any wrongdoing by President Donald Trump despite his remarks being misinterpreted during a marathon press briefing on Thursday. Mulvaney said during an appearance on Fox News Sunday, Oct. 20, that his words were in fact misunderstood. “That’s what people are saying ...

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