Now in its 73rd year, the festival will see films hailing from Mexico to Australia competing for a coveted Golden Bear trophy that will be awarded by a jury chaired by US actor Kristen Stewart.
It seems that the high hopes that the Ukrainian President pinned on the summit were not fulfilled in obtaining membership in Nato, after the allies confirmed that they would not enter into a direct confrontation with Russia, and that they would be content with providing military support.
In the circulating video, it appeared that Rutte asked for a cup of coffee, which he did not receive prior to his meeting with Zelensky, to discuss the support required to be provided to Ukraine during the counterattack it is currently launching against the Russian forces.
The two-day Nato summit at Vilnius, capital of Lithuania, ended on Wednesday, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had to be content with assurances from Nato that it will continue to support Ukraine in its war against Russia. Zelensky was not however satisfied by Nato’s statement and he thought it was absurd that
Rep Barbara Lee (D-CA) is used to standing alone when criticising American foreign policy. In 2001, Ms Lee was the only member of Congress opposed to the War in Afghanistan in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks while 420 other members supported it, which prompted some to call her a traitor. But other Democrats
President Donald Trump urged the new leader of Ukraine this summer to investigate the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, a person familiar with the matter said. Democrats condemned what they
US President Joe Biden’s delivery of cluster munitions to Ukraine is controversial and shameful. He announced that the decision to agree to Ukraine’s demand for cluster bomb shells for its 155mm howitzers was “difficult”
Bakhmut, the midsize Ukrainian city that used to have a population of 80,000, is now reportedly in Russian hands after a bloody nine-month military operation that turned the area into a wasteland. But regardless of who controls Bakhmut, the war will go on for the foreseeable future — the US intelligence community assesses
When Russian President Vladimir ordered the invasion of Ukraine, he described it as a special military operation to replace Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government in Kyiv, a regime change. But it soon became clear that the Ukrainians were only too determined to fight. It has of course been possible because the
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s public statement about an hour-long phone conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday has created ripples of hope and excitement at least in Ukraine. Zelensky said, “I believe that this call, as well as the appointment of Ukraine’s ambassador to China, will give a powerful impetus to the development of our bilateral relations.”