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MOSCOW — Russia accused Britain and the United States on Friday of trying to incite conflict in the Black Sea and said it would defend its borders using all possible means, including military force. Russia claims the U.K.'s HMS Defender violated its border near Cape Fiolent in Crimea on Wednesday. "Washington and London are denying reality... they are trying to provoke conflict," he said. It confirmed a British destroyer, HMS Defender, had sailed through what it described as waters belonging to Ukraine. The British embassy in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital, wrote on Twitter on Friday that HMS Defender was set to arrive in the port city of Batumi on the eastern coast of the Black Sea.
Persons: Britain, Sergei Ryabkov, Ryabkov Organizations: British, Russian Federal Security Service, TASS Russia, NBC, HMS, Twitter, Russia's Defence Ministry Locations: MOSCOW, Russia, United States, Moscow, Britain, Crimea, Russian, Washington, London, Cape Fiolent, Ukraine, British, Tbilisi, Batumi, Syria's
He seemed skeptical of arguments from lawyers for Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell, and Sidney Powell. Dominion sued Giuliani, Powell, and MyPillow in three separate lawsuits filed in January and February, each one alleging $1.3 billion in damages. Attorneys for Giuliani, Powell, and Lindell have submitted a wide variety of legal defenses in recent months asking Nichols to throw out the lawsuits. Joe Sibley, representing Giuliani, said Dominion couldn't show evidence it had lost government contracts because of the Trump lawyer's allegations. Aside from their federal lawsuits with Dominion, each of the conspiracy theorists faces other headaches.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell, Sidney Powell, Carl J, Nichols, Giuliani, Powell, Donald Trump, Lindell, , Thomas Clare, Howard Kleinman, Powell's, Douglas Daniels, Joe Sibley, Dominion's Organizations: Dominion, Trump, Service, Dominion Voting Systems, US, Giuliani, Lindell, MyPillow, Justice Department Locations: Washington ,, York, Ukraine, Smartmatic, cahoots, Minnesota
After U.S. President Joe Biden met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva on June 16, French President Emmanuel Macron said the first EU summit with Putin since January 2014 would be "a dialogue to defend our interests". But after late night talks at their meeting in Brussels, the 27 EU leaders failed to reach an agreement, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said early on Friday. EU summits with Russia ended after Moscow annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula in March 2014 and the West imposed sanctions. France and Germany want to be able to work with Russia on combating climate change and to find ways to stabilise relations. The EU on Thursday imposed economic sanctions on Belarus, an ally of Russia that the Kremlin sees as a buffer state between Russia and NATO.
Persons: Ursula von der Leyen, Angela Merkel, Stefan Lofven, Klaus Werner Iohannis, Janez Jansa, Olivier Matthys, Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron, Sebastian Kurz, Gitanas Nauseda, Krisjanis Karins, Josep Borrell, Macron, Putin, Charles Michel, Merkel, Borrell, Lithuania's Nauseda, Sergei Lavrov, Robin Emmott, Gabriela Baczynska, Francesco Guarascio, Philip Blenkinsop, Thomas Escritt, Caroline Copley, Ekaterina Golubkova, Angus MacSwan, Philippa Fletcher, William Maclean, Raju Gopalakrishnan Organizations: Slovenia's, European, Union, U.S, Putin, Austria's, Franco, Latvia's, European Commission, Russia, EU, Diplomats, Britain, Kremlin, NATO, Russian, Thomson Locations: Swedish, Romanian, Brussels, Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, Russia, BRUSSELS, Baltic, Geneva, Moscow, Ukraine's Crimea, Lithuanian, Ukraine, Russian, United States, standoffs, Belarus, EU, Baltics, Berlin
Iran dismisses Canada report on downing of airline as 'highly politicised'
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Soldiers carry a coffin containing the remains of one of the eleven Ukrainian victims of the Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 plane disaster, at Boryspil International Airport, outside Kiev, Ukraine, January 19, 2020. The report, published on Thursday, found that while the shooting down of Ukrainian International Airlines flight 752 was not premeditated, it did not absolve Iranian officials of responsibility for the incident. "If this highly politicised and illegal behaviour by Canada became the norm, all countries, even the civil aviation industry, would be the main victims." Ottawa has repeatedly complained that Iran's official explanation did not answer many important questions about the downing of the Ukrainian plane. Canada does not have formal diplomatic relations with Iran, making the process lengthy and complex.
Persons: Mohsen Baharvand, Baharvand, Gareth Jones Organizations: Ukraine International Airlines, Boryspil International, Presidential Press Service, REUTERS, Ukrainian International Airlines, Thomson Locations: Kiev, Ukraine, Iran, Canadian, Ukrainian, Tehran, United States, Canada, Ottawa
Republicans are itching to conduct investigations of Hunter Biden if they win the majority in 2022. GOP inquiries would force the White House to play whack-a-mole with Hunter Biden accusations. Republicans are gearing up for a hot pursuit of Hunter Biden should they win a majority in Congress in the 2022 midterms. Republicans say they want to know more about Hunter Biden's ties to China and the Ukraine gas company Burisma. Johnson has this year sent at least four letters to federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies demanding answers on different Hunter Biden allegations, including on possible ties to "foreign nationals connected to the communist Chinese government"; unethical links to a Biden administration DOJ appointee; and an incident allegedly involving Hunter Biden and a firearm.
Persons: Hunter Biden, Hunter, Joe Biden, James Comer, Comer, Hunter Biden's, Sen, Ron Johnson of, Biden, Johnson, he'd, Jim Jordan, Alex Wong, Obama, Hillary, didn't, Donald Trump, Trump's, Volodymyr Zelensky, Joe Biden's, bupkis, Eric Schultz, Tom Carper, he's, Carper, haven't, Trump, Jordan, Ron Johnson, Graeme Jennings, Burisma, hasn't, Ted Cruz, Axios, Jody Hice, Christopher Wray —, Rudy Giuliani Organizations: GOP, Republican, Republicans, Senate Homeland Security, Governmental, Committee, Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives, Senate, Democratic, Fox News, The Daily Mail, The New York Post, Jim Jordan an Ohio Republican, Hunter, White, House, Ohio Republican, New York Times, Wisconsin Republican, Government, CNN, Yahoo, New York Post, Justice Department, NBC News, FBI, Tech, New Locations: Benghazi, Kentucky, China, Ukraine, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Jim Jordan an Ohio, Delaware, Ohio, House, Russia, Wisconsin, Texas, Georgia, New York
Russia accuses Britain, U.S. of fuelling Black Sea row
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
Russian deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov arrives for a meeting with U.S. special envoy Marshall Billingslea in Vienna, Austria June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Leonhard FoegerMOSCOW, June 25 (Reuters) - Russia accused Britain and the United States on Friday of trying to incite conflict in the Black Sea and said it would defend its borders using all possible means, including military force. Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov was speaking a day after Moscow warned Britain it would bomb British naval vessels in the Black Sea if what it called provocative actions by the British navy were repeated off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea. Russia said on Wednesday it had fired warning shots and dropped bombs in the path of a British warship to chase it out of Black Sea waters off the coast of Crimea. It said it believed any shots fired were a pre-announced Russian "gunnery exercise", and that no bombs had been dropped.
Persons: Sergei Ryabkov, Marshall Billingslea, Leonhard Foeger MOSCOW, Britain, Ryabkov, Anton Kolodyazhnyy, Alexander Marrow, Katya Golubkova Organizations: U.S, REUTERS, British, HMS, Defence Ministry, Thomson Locations: Vienna, Austria, Russia, United States, Moscow, Britain, Crimea, Washington, London, Ukraine, British, Russian, Syria's
Rudy Giuliani appeared on Newsmax Thursday to discuss the suspension of his New York legal license. He was it came because he was so effective at arguing for Trump's bogus election-fraud claims. Rudy Giuliani has claimed that the suspension of his license to practise law in New York was part of a plot to silence him because he was so effective at arguing former President Donald Trump's election-fraud claims. Giuliani appeared on the right-wing Newsmax network hours after an appelate court in New York suspended his law license on Thursday. In explaining the decision to suspend Giuliani's license, the New York court on Thursday cited his promotion of Trump's election-fraud conspiracy theories.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's, Giuliani, Democrat Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden's, Biden's Organizations: Democrat Party, Democrat, Trump, New, New York, Southern, of, New York City, FBI Locations: York, New York, America, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New, of New York, Ukraine
French President Emmanuel Macron gives a press conference on the second day of a EU summit at the European Council building in Brussels, Belgium June 25, 2021. Divisions weaken us," Macron told a news conference. "We saw President Biden meeting President Putin a few weeks ago. "I have no obsession with a summit with the 27 (leaders)," Macron said. "I'll be frank, I don't need an EU summit to see Vladimir Putin.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Stephanie Lecocq, Vladimir Putin, Angela Merkel, Macron, Joe Biden, Putin, Biden, that's, Sebastian Kurz, Italy's Mario Draghi, Krisjanis Karins, Sudip Kar, Matthieu Protard, Michel Rose Organizations: EU, European, REUTERS, Austria's, Franco, Latvia's, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, REUTERS PARIS, France, Germany, Moscow, Russia, East, West, Ukraine's Crimea, Ukraine, Russian
MOSCOW — Russia is prepared to target intruding warships if they fail to heed warnings, a senior diplomat declared Thursday after a Black Sea incident in which a British destroyer sailed near Crimea in an area that Russia claims as its territorial waters. Britain denied that account, insisted its ship wasn’t fired upon and said it was sailing in Ukrainian waters. Minutes later, the Defender left Russian waters, the ministry said. It insisted the ship was making a routine journey through an internationally recognized travel lane and remained in Ukrainian waters. The U.K., like most of the world, recognizes Crimea as part of Ukraine despite the peninsula's 2014 annexation by Russia.
Persons: wasn’t, Sergei Ryabkov, , Ryabkov, ” Ryabkov, don’t, Dmitry Peskov, ” Peskov, Boris Johnson, ” Johnson Organizations: NATO, NBC, Russian Federation, Russian Defense Ministry, HMS, Russian, Royal Navy Locations: MOSCOW, Russia, British, Crimea, Crimean, Sevastopol, Moscow, Russian, Britain, Ukraine, Ukrainian, England
After 'negative spiral', EU seeks new Russia strategy
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Robin Emmott | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
European Union leaders attend a round table meeting on the second day of a face-to-face EU summit in Brussels, Belgium May 25, 2021. Since Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula in 2014 and the EU froze summits with Putin, EU policy has zigzagged between imposing economic sanctions and allowing a new gas pipeline from Russia to Germany to reach completion. EU leaders are now expected to build on that paper to flesh out ways to both call out covert Russian action and work with Moscow on combating climate change. "Out of a confrontational of ideas comes understanding," a senior EU diplomat said in support of the EU strategy, although the envoy doubted a sudden improvement in trust. The EU will on Thursday or Friday publish details of economic sanctions on Belarus, an ally of Russia that the Kremlin sees as a buffer state between Russia and NATO.
Persons: Olivier Matthys, Vladimir Putin, Putin, Joe Biden's, Dmytro Kuleba, Emmanuel Macron, Robin Emmott, Angus MacSwan Organizations: Union, Russia, EU, European Commission, NATO, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, Russia, France, Germany, Turkey, COVID, BRUSSELS, Moscow, U.S, Geneva, Ukraine, Belarus, EU, Baltics, Ukrainian, Ukraine's Crimea, Russian, British, Crimea, Britain
The logos of car manufacturers Nissan and Renault are pictured at a dealership Kyiv, Ukraine June 25, 2020. The shift comes as alliance-level executive Jacques Verdonck, who was in charge of the cooperation with Daimler (DAIGn.DE), retires at the end of the month, the sources familiar with the matter said. Renault and Daimler declined to comment, while Nissan could not immediately be reached for comment. The partnership with Daimler - which owns high-end brand Mercedes-Benz, contrasting with the more accessible models produced by the others - has also looked in danger of losing steam. read moreAn industry shift towards electric vehicles could yet yield other opportunities, one of the sources said.
Persons: Jacques Verdonck, France's, Sandra Gomez, Catherine Perez, Carlos Ghosn, Gilles Guillaume, Sarah White, Mark Potter Organizations: Nissan, Renault, REUTERS, Daimler, Mitsubishi, France's Renault, Franco, Benz, Thomson Locations: Kyiv, Ukraine, PARIS, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico
Ukraine imposes sanctions against tycoon Firtash - decree
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader/File PhotoKYIV, June 24 (Reuters) - Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Thursday signed a decree imposing sanctions on tycoon Dmytro Firtash, the presidential office said. The decree said sanctions included an asset freeze, ban on capital withdrawal, revocation of licences, restriction of resource transit and other restrictions. Ukraine's security and defence council last week announced the sanctions against Firtash, accusing him of selling titanium products that allegedly end up being used by Russian military enterprises. read moreThe manufacture of titanium products is a core business in Firtash's Group DF and it includes titanium mining and enrichment, the production of titanium dioxide, titanium slag, sponge ingots and slabs. Firtash is a former supporter of Ukraine’s ousted pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovich and made a fortune selling Russian gas to the Kyiv government.
Persons: Dmytro Firtash, Heinz, Peter Bader, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Firtash, Ukraine’s, Viktor Yanukovich, Pavel Polityuk, Natalia Zinets, Alison Williams Organizations: REUTERS, Firtash, Firtash's, Thomson Locations: Vienna, Austria, Ukraine, Russia, Crimea, Kyiv, United States
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, personal attorney to U.S. President Donald Trump, speaks in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 7, 2020. A New York court on Thursday suspended Rudy Giuliani from practicing law in New York state due to making "false and misleading statements" about the election loss of former President Donald Trump, his client. It also comes as Giuliani is under criminal investigation by that same federal prosecutor's office in Manhattan in connection with his work in Ukraine. Giuliani and Trump since last November have made false claims about the legitimacy of the election of President Joe Biden, claiming that Trump was swindled out of a victory only by widespread ballot fraud in key swing states. In fact, the order added, "The public records submitted on this motion unequivocally show that respondent's statement is false.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump, Giuliani, Joe Biden, Trump, Donald J, Trump's, Joe Frazier, John Leventhal, Barry Kamins, Sen, Brad Hoylman, Hoylman Organizations: New York City, New, Department, U.S, Attorney, Giuliani, Trump, First Judicial Department, Division, United Locations: Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, York, New York, Manhattan, Ukraine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks to media outside his apartment building after suspension of his law license in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Andrew KellyNEW YORK, June 24 (Reuters) - Rudy Giuliani's New York law license was suspended on Thursday, after a state appeals court found he had lied in arguing that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from his client, former U.S. President Donald Trump. Citing the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, the Appellate Division said Giuliani's eagerness to trumpet false claims of a rigged election could erode public confidence in the election process, a hallmark of American democracy, and the legal profession. The court also criticized Giuliani's unsubstantiated claims of voting by dead people, including the boxing heavyweight champion Joe Frazier, who died in 2011. He began representing Trump in April 2018 as federal Special Counsel Robert Mueller was probing Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Andrew Kelly NEW, Rudy Giuliani's, Donald Trump, Giuliani, Joe Biden, Joseph R, Biden, John Leventhal, Barry Kamins, Joe Frazier, Trump, Brian Faughnan, Robert Mueller, Jonathan Stempel Organizations: New York City, REUTERS, Andrew Kelly NEW YORK, Attorney, U.S . Capitol, Republican, Systems, Biden, Trump, Federal, Thomson Locations: Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S, York, New, Ukraine, Arizona , Georgia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, New York
Russia said it fired warning shots at the Royal Navy destroyer, which the British government denied. Russia said one of its warships fired warning shots and a warplane dropped bombs in the path of British destroyer Defender on Wednesday to drive it away from waters near the Crimean city of Sevastopol. "If it doesn't help, we may drop bombs and not just in the path but right on target, if colleagues don't get it otherwise." Mikhail Khodaryonok, a retired Russian army colonel who works as a military analyst in Moscow, said the Russian warplane apparently dropped bombs miles away from the British ship. He charged that the British denial that Russia had fired warning shots and dropped bombs to chase the Defender away was an attempt to save face.
Persons: wasn't, Sergei Ryabkov, Ryabkov, Jeff J Mitchell, Dmitry Peskov, Peskov, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Vladimir Putin, Ustinov, Alexei Druzhinin, Deborah Bronnert, Adm, Nikolai Yevmenov, Ben Wallace, Wallace, Mikhail Khodaryonok, Khodaryonok, Jill Lawless, Daniel Kozin Organizations: Royal Navy destroyer, Business, Service, , NATO, British Royal Navy, Getty, Russian Federation, Russian Defense Ministry, HMS, Russian, Royal Navy, Sputnik, REUTERS, Russian Foreign Ministry, West . UK, Russian coastguard, Associated Press Locations: Russia, Russian, British, — Russia, Crimea, Crimean, Sevastopol, Moscow, Britain, Ukraine, Ukrainian, England, Kremlin, St . Petersburg, London
Rudy Giuliani responds to court suspending his license to practice law in New York
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRudy Giuliani responds to court suspending his license to practice law in New YorkRudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and former attorney for President Trump, addresses the suspension of his law license by a New York court. The 77-year-old former mayor is under criminal investigation for his work in Ukraine.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, New York Rudy Giuliani, Trump Organizations: New York, New York City, New Locations: New, New York, Ukraine
Rudy Giuliani is suspended from practicing law in New York
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Katie Tsai | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRudy Giuliani is suspended from practicing law in New YorkRudy Giuliani has been suspended from practicing law in New York. The suspension is due to his false statements about Trump's election loss in 2020. The 77-year old was formerly a New York City mayor and a lawyer for Trump during his presidency. The announcement comes as Giuliani is under criminal investigation for his work in Ukraine.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, New York Rudy Giuliani, Giuliani Organizations: New York, New York City, Trump Locations: New, New York, Ukraine
Ukrainian member of FIN7 cybercrime gang sentenced in United States
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Raphael Satter | ) sentiment -0.96   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/IllustrationWASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - A Ukrainian hacker was sentenced to seven years in prison for his role in a notorious cybercrime group that stole millions of credit and debit card details from across the United States, the Department of Justice said Thursday. Kolpakov's lawyer, Vadim Glozman, said his client was disappointed with the sentence but respected the judge's decision. Kolpakov was sentenced in the Western District of Washington. Kolpakov's gang - dubbed "FIN7" - is among the most prolific cybercriminal enterprises in existence. For cover, FIN7 masqueraded as cybersecurity company called "Combi Security" which claimed to be involved in penetration testing.
Persons: Kacper, Andrii Kolpakov, Vadim Glozman, Kolpakov, Glozman Organizations: WASHINGTON, Department of Justice, of Washington, Prosecutors, FIN7 Locations: Ukrainian, United States, Spain, Ukraine, Western, Washington
Mr. Giuliani is also licensed to practice law in Washington, D.C., and the decision in New York could set off disciplinary proceedings there, although that is not automatic. Although Mr. Giuliani started his own law firm in 2019, it has been decades since he regularly argued in courtrooms. Before Mr. Giuliani became Mr. Trump’s lawyer, he was running his own security consulting business. Still, the suspension marked another stunning chapter in the rise and fall of Mr. Giuliani, once a legal and political star. The federal investigation into Mr. Giuliani centers on his dealings in Ukraine before the 2020 election, when he sought to damage President Biden’s credibility.
Persons: Giuliani, Trump’s, Biden’s, F.B.I Organizations: Mr, Washington , D.C, New York City, United Locations: York, Washington ,, New York, New, United States, Manhattan, Ukraine
Russian forces confronted a UK destroyer in the Black Sea Wednesday. To drive away the ship, a Russian vessel fired warning ships while an attack aircraft dropped bombs. Russian forces had a showdown with the British Royal Navy near Crimea in the Black Sea on Wednesday, according to state media. It is unclear if the waters in question are recognized as Russian territorial waters. In response, an unidentified Russian warship fired warning shots, and a Sukhoi Su-24 attack aircraft dropped OFAB-250 high-explosive fragmentation bombs in the path of the Royal Navy destroyer.
Persons: Sukhoi Su Organizations: British Royal Navy, Russian Ministry of Defense, Zvezda TV, Royal Navy Locations: Russia, Russian, Crimea, Ukraine's Crimea
Russian forces reportedly fire warning shots at British destroyer in Black Sea
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
HMS Defender (D36) of the Royal Navy arrives at the port of Odesa, southern Ukraine on June 18, 2021. A Russian military ship fired warning shots at a British Royal Navy destroyer after it entered Russian waters in the Black Sea, and a Russian jet dropped bombs in its path as a warning, Interfax cited Russia's defense ministry as saying on Wednesday. The British Ministry of Defence did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "The destroyer had been warned that weapons would be used if it trespasses the border of the Russian Federation. A Russian bomber dropped four high explosive fragmentation bombs as a warning in the British destroyer's path, according to the Russian ministry.
Organizations: Royal Navy, British Royal Navy, British Ministry of Defence, HMS, Russian Federation Locations: Odesa, Ukraine, Russian, Cape Fiolent, Crimea, Russia, British
Russia says its forces confronted a UK destroyer in the Black Sea on Wednesday. To drive away the ship, a Russian vessel reportedly fired warning ships while an attack aircraft dropped bombs. Russia's defense ministry says that the country's forces had a showdown with the British Royal Navy near Crimea in the Black Sea on Wednesday, but the UK's defense ministry says it didn't happen. The Russian defense ministry claimed the warship sailed as far as 3 kilometers (just under 2 miles) into Russian waters, Reuters reported, citing Interfax. In response, an unidentified Russian warship reportedly fired warning shots, and a Sukhoi Su-24 attack aircraft dropped OFAB-250 high-explosive fragmentation bombs in the path of the Royal Navy destroyer.
Persons: Sukhoi Su, Defense Ben Wallace Organizations: British Royal Navy, Russian Ministry of Defense, HMS, Zvezda TV, Royal Navy, NATO, Associated Press, British Ministry of Defense, State, Defense, UK Ministry of Defense Locations: Russia, Russian, Crimea, British, Ukraine's, Odesa, Georgia
Russia and China's growing ties and military cooperation have worried Western leaders. The 14,400-word, 79-paragraph communique released at the end of the summit expressed concern about Russia's and China's military build-ups and "assertive" behavior. 'A functional non-aggression pact'Putin at a parade during Russia's Vostok 2018 military exercises, in which China participated for the first time, September 13, 2018. They normalized ties in 1989, and security cooperation has been the most important part of the relationship between Russian and Chinese leaders since then. China still seeks advanced technologies, some of which, like jet engines, Russia has been reluctant to sell, said Fravel, an expert on the Chinese military.
Persons: Tod Wolters, Philip Davidson, Davidson, Matthew Rojansky, Rojansky, Putin, Alexei Nikolsky, Taylor Fravel, Lyle Goldstein, Goldstein, China's, Alexey Muraviev, Muraviev, Vadim Savitsky, Scott Berrier, Wolters, Michael Kofman, Kofman, Fravel, Xi, Sergei Bobylev, Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, Elizabeth Wishnick, Christopher Bort, Bort, Tim Brakemeier, Wishnick, Nixon Organizations: Western, NATO, US European Command, Senate Armed Services Committee, Navy, Reuters, Pacific Command, Biden, Politico, Ukraine, Kennan, Wilson, Getty, MIT, US Naval War, Russian, Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, AP, Australia's Curtain University, Defense Intelligence Agency, CNA, Montclair State University, stoke, US's National Intelligence Council, Getty Images Locations: Russia, China, Baltic, St . Petersburg, US, South China, East Asia, Soviet, , Ukraine, Pacific, Japan, East, South Korea, United States, Moscow, Vladivostok, Central Asia, Beijing, Eurasia, Getty Images Russia, West
Gauff beaten by Sevastova in Eastbourne, Andreescu out
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( ) + 0.67   time to read: +1 min
Jun 9, 2021; Paris, France; Coco Gauff (USA) in action during her match against Barbora Krejcikova (CZE) on day 11 of the French Open at Stade Roland Garros. Third seed Bianca Andreescu also went out on the Devonshire Park grass but top seed Aryana Sabalenka had no trouble in beating American Alison Riske 6-1 6-4. Former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko showed signs of coming back to her best form as she knocked out Tunisia's Ons Jabeur, winner of last week's WTA event in Birmingham. Qualifier Camila Giorgi reached the third round after beating American Shelby Rogers. Candian Andreescu, the former U.S. Open champion, was no match for Estonian Anett Kontaveit, losing 6-3 6-3.
Persons: Coco Gauff, Barbora Krejcikova, Stade Roland Garros, Susan Mullane, Coco Gauff's, Bianca Andreescu, Aryana Sabalenka, Alison Riske, Gauff, Elise Mertens, Sevastova, Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina, Ukraine's Elina Svitolina, Venus Williams, Jelena Ostapenko, Camila Giorgi, Shelby Rogers, Candian Andreescu, Martyn Herman, Andrew Cawthorne Organizations: Stade, LONDON, Coco Gauff's Wimbledon, Eastbourne, Wednesday, Latvian, Wimbledon, U.S, Estonian, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Devonshire, French, Birmingham, Gauff
REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko/File PhotoCHENNAI, June 22 (Reuters) - An Indian court on Tuesday asked the Tamil Nadu state government to inspect a Renault-Nissan plant on July 3 to check whether social distancing norms are being followed. The Renault-Nissan workers union petitioned the Madras High court last month seeking to halt operations, saying that social distancing norms were being flouted and company-provided health benefits were outweighed by the risk to their lives. Nissan, which owns a majority stake in the Renault-Nissan plant near the city of Chennai, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. However, only the Renault-Nissan factory will be inspected as unions at other automakers have not raised objections, the court said. Production at the Renault-Nissan plant was nearly three-fifths of pre-lockdown levels on June 17, when DISH conducted the review.
Persons: Valentyn, Sudarshan Varadhan, Louise Heavens Organizations: Nissan, Renault, REUTERS, Court, Ford, Hyundai, of Industrial Safety, Health, Workers, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Kyiv, Ukraine, CHENNAI, Tamil, Madras, Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Nissan India
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