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Russia: West spreading lies about causes of world's food crisis
Russia on Wednesday said the West was spreading lies about the causes of the global food crisis which Moscow said was being stoked by the sanctions imposed on Russia by the United States and European Union due to the invasion of Ukraine.
Putin warns West on weapon supplies to Ukraine
Russia took aim at Western military supplies for Ukraine with airstrikes in Kyiv on Sunday that it said destroyed tanks donated from abroad, as President Vladimir Putin warned that any Western deliveries of long-range rocket systems to Ukraine would prompt Moscow to hit “objects that we haven’t yet struck.”
Iran: A land between East and West
Iran is a land with many faces. Extending from the Caspian Sea in the north to the Persian Gulf in the south, it now covers an area of 1.6 mil- lion square kilometers, making it larger than Spain, France and Germany combined.
West’s double standards on human rights hypocritical: Raeisi
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi strongly condemned Western countries for their double-standard approach to human rights violations in certain countries and inaction of so-called rights advocates in the face of such breaches.
Russia says it could hit West’s arms convoys for Ukraine
Supplying Ukraine with Western arms only serves to worsen the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kyiv, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Saturday, warning that Russian forces could potentially target such deliveries.
‘Are We Your Slaves?’: Pakistani PM hits out at West over Russia letter
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan hit out at Islamabad-based Western envoys who last week urged Pakistan to condemn Russia's actions in Ukraine, asking them if they thought Pakistan was their "slave".
No need for diplomatic ties with West: Russia’s Medvedev
Kremlin says Ukraine prolonging conflict by refusing talks
Russia accuses West of ramping up pressure with Ukraine arms supplies
A senior Russian official accused the West on Wednesday of ramping up political pressure on Moscow by supplying weapons and ammunition to support Ukraine during a standoff over a Russian military buildup.
Lavrov: Russia seeking legally binding security guarantees from West
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Sunday that Moscow will seek from the West legally binding security guarantees to end the ongoing tensions over Ukraine.
West sending military aid to Ukraine despite Russia warning
Despite warning by Russia, the US sent its first shipment of $200 million military support package for Ukraine amid tensions between Moscow and the West.
Russia says won’t wait indefinitely for West response to its security demands
Russia says it is running out of patience with the West, stressing that it would not wait indefinitely for the Western response to its security demands.
Russia lays out security demands to lower tensions with West over Ukraine
Russia on Friday laid out an array of security guarantees it wants from the West including promises to give up any military activity in Ukraine and Eastern Europe and not to expand the NATO military alliance further.
Russia, Western nations row at U.N. over Belarus migrant crisis
Russia traded barbs with Western members of the U.N. Security Council on Thursday over a crisis on the border between Belarus and Poland, with Russia's deputy U.N. envoy suggesting his European colleagues have "masochist inclinations."

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