Last Russian war against Ukraine: Russia attacks along Ukraine’s front

Last Russian war against Ukraine: Russia attacks along Ukraine’s front

March 25 (Reuters) – Russian forces attacked the northern and southern parts of the front in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region on Friday, as Kiev said Moscow’s attack near the city of Bakhmut was weakening. WAR ZONE * Some 10,000 Ukrainian citizens, many elderly and disabled, are clinging to survival in squalid conditions in and around … Read more

Biden and Trudeau united against authoritarian regimes after China-Russia summit

OTTAWA, March 24 (Reuters) – US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presented a united front against authoritarian regimes on Friday as Biden visited the Canadian capital, days after the leaders of China and Russia held a summit in Moscow. Images of Biden and Trudeau standing side by side in Ottawa announcing … Read more

China, US Navy lined up over guided missile destroyer in South China Sea

BEIJING, March 24 (Reuters) – China’s defense ministry said on Friday it was once again under surveillance of the US Navy destroyer USS Milius entering its territorial waters in the South China Sea near the Paracel Islands and expel. “We strongly demand from the US to immediately stop such provocative actions, otherwise it will bear … Read more

Morning Offer: What Powell gives, Yellen takes

23 March (Reuters) – A look at the day ahead in Asian markets by Jamie McGeever. The Asian open on Thursday may depend on which of the conflicting narratives brought to the fore by late US trading on Wednesday investors choose to get involved: the Fed’s ‘easing walk’ or Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s comments about … Read more

Analysis: The collapse of Credit Suisse threatens the Swiss crown on asset management

ZURICH, March 22 (Reuters) – The fall of Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) has seriously damaged Switzerland’s credibility as the world’s leading wealth management center, experts warn, damaging Switzerland’s reputation for stability, regulation and corporate governance is questioned. Plagued by years of scandals and losses, Credit Suisse had been battling a crisis of confidence for months before … Read more

China watches the world’s response to the war in Ukraine and has not crossed the deadly helpline -Blinken

WASHINGTON, March 22 (Reuters) – China is watching “very carefully” Washington and the world’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but has not yet crossed the line of providing deadly aid to Moscow, the US secretary of state said Affairs Antony Blinken Wednesday. . Speaking after a visit to Moscow by Chinese President Xi Jinping, … Read more

Taiwan says it has contingency plans for China moves while president is abroad

TAIPEI, March 22 (Reuters) – Taiwan’s defense ministry has contingency plans for any actions by China during Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s overseas visit, Deputy Defense Minister Po Horng-huei said on Wednesday before Tsai left for the United States and Central America goes. next week. China, which claims Taiwan is democratically governed as its own territory, … Read more

China is still looking for answers a year after plane crash

BEIJING, March 20 (Reuters) – China’s aviation regulator said Monday that investigators are still investigating the cause of the crash of China Eastern Airlines flight MU5735, nearly a year after the plane crashed, killing all 132 people on board. came to life. The Boeing Co (BA.N) 737-800 crashed into a mountainous area in southern Guangxi … Read more

Japan plans to invest $75 billion in Indo-Pacific to counter China

TOKYO/NEW DELHI, March 20 (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Monday announced a new plan to promote an open and free Indo-Pacific, pledging billions of dollars in investment to help economies across the region everything from industry to disaster prevention. The plan he announced in New Delhi is seen as an attempt by … Read more

The quest for safety is easing as markets process Credit Suisse’s bailout

Credit Suisse plunges more than 60% after an emergency takeover over the weekend European Banks Backtrack Some Ground After Initial 5% Drop Treasury bonds and gold rise as investors seek safety Wall Street opens flat, First Republic Bank collapses LONDON, March 20 (Reuters) – European banking stocks fought back from an early slump on Monday … Read more