A day after two attacks hit airfields deep within Russia's borders, a further attack was reported in the border region of Kursk on Tuesday. Roman Starovoit, governor of the Kursk region, said: "An oil tank is on fire as a result of a drone attack near the Kursk airfield. There are no casualties."
Sudan's military and political parties on Monday signed a two-pronged initial transition deal for a two-year, civilian-led transition toward elections to end a standoff that began after the army took over in October 2021.
A month after a ceasefire agreement was signed to end the two-year conflict in Northern Tigray, at least 65% of Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) fighters have withdrawn from the battle-lines in Ethiopia.
On Monday, for the first time in nine months of war, multiple blasts were reported deep in Russian territory. While Ukrainian attacks have routinely targeted munition depots and fuel tankers in the Russian border regions of Bryansk, Kursk and Belgorod, Monday's blasts were reported
Following earlier statements from US Pres. Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that they're both open to talks, French Pres. Emmanuel Macron said in a broadcast on Saturday that, if negotiations move forward, the West would need to take Russia's request for security guarantees [...]
Countries from the G7 and Australia agreed to join an EU proposal to cap the price of Russian oil exports at $60-per-barrel on Friday.
The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced on Friday that it would suspend “all coordination and joint counterterrorism operations” with the US-led coalition battling remnants of the Islamic State (IS), as well as “all the joint special operations we were carrying out regularly.”