North Korea claims that Washington intentionally provokes Japan and South Korea to take action against Pyongyang, bringing the situation on the Korean peninsula to the “edge of war”.Read More
North Korea will continue missile tests despite increased tensions with the United States, said Deputy Foreign Minister of the DPRK Han Song-ryol.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law that introduces personal liability of governors and federal ministers for the execution of their duties to mobilize citizens in wartime.
Russian journalist Dmitry Steshin wrote that he has inside information that Ukraine will be dealt with by the “Georgian scenario”, using the proven concept of the “Kremlin’s political judo.”
The UN General Assembly voted for the establishment of a special commission that will help documenting the most serious violations of international law in Syria, including possible war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Russian citizen Oksana Sevastidi was sentenced to 7 years in prison on charges of treason. The cause for the prosecution was several text messages that she sent in 2008, shortly before the war with Georgia.
The Pentagon does not rule out a military conflict with Russia or China.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon made a surprisingly sharp and emotional indictment of Moscow, stating that the slaughterhouse is more humane than Russia’s actions in Syria.
British Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, said that Russia is guilty of prolonging the civil war in Syria, and possibly war crimes.
Prosecutor General of Ukraine opened a criminal case against the Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, and 17 other Russian officials and law enforcers.