Russia has imposed sanctions on Gazprom’s units in Europe and the United States, which are part of the pipeline’s owners

Russia has imposed sanctions on Gazprom’s units in Europe and the United States, which are part of the pipeline’s owners

The Russian government has published a list of affected companies A presidential decree on May 3 banned trade with companies on the list LONDON, May 11 (Reuters) – Moscow has imposed sanctions on the owner of the Polish section of the Yamal pipeline carrying Russian gas to Europe, as well as a former German unit … Read more

NATO will welcome the Nordic members while Ukraine suppresses Russian forces

NATO will welcome the Nordic members while Ukraine suppresses Russian forces

Finland is expected to announce its candidacy to join NATO Ukraine is stopping the main route for Russian gas to Europe Russia imposes sanctions on Gazprom’s units in Europe, USA Ukrainian forces are trying to cut off Russian supply lines on the battlefield KIEV, BRUSSELS, May 12 (Reuters) – Finland is expected to announce its … Read more

On Norway’s Arctic border with Russia, a city is freezing ties with its eastern neighbor

On Norway’s Arctic border with Russia, a city is freezing ties with its eastern neighbor

The city was a symbol of cross-border cooperation in the Arctic Norwegians, Russians, Ukrainians live together Companies depend on Russia, reducing their ties KIRKENES, Norway, May 11 (Reuters) – Kirkenes, a Norwegian city one step away from Russia, has been a symbol of cross-border harmony in the Arctic for more than three decades. That came … Read more

Pro-Moscow leaders of occupied region seek to join Russia, Zelensky criticizes ‘collaborators’

Pro-Moscow leaders of occupied region seek to join Russia, Zelensky criticizes ‘collaborators’

A live video shows people carrying a banner in the colors of the Ukrainian flag protesting the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in Kherson, Ukraine, on March 13, 2022, in this photo from a video on social media obtained by REUTERS Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com To register Kherson would be the first … Read more

Al Jazeera journalist killed during Israeli raid on the West Bank

Al Jazeera journalist killed during Israeli raid on the West Bank

The deadly shooting happened during the Israeli raid Israel says the troops exchanged fire with the Palestinians The head of the Israeli defense says that it is not clear who killed the journalist JENIN, West Bank, May 11 (Reuters) – Prominent Palestinian-American reporter Al Jazeera was killed Wednesday during an Israeli raid on the occupied … Read more

Russia demands an official apology from Poland for the anti-war protest in Warsaw

Russia demands an official apology from Poland for the anti-war protest in Warsaw

WARSAW, May 11 (Reuters) – Russia on Wednesday demanded a formal apology from Poland and threatened possible future reprisals over a protest in which Moscow’s ambassador to Warsaw was covered in red. Ambassador Sergei Andreyev came across people protesting against the Russian intervention in Ukraine as he went to lay flowers at the Soviet military … Read more

Britain has signed a new security agreement with Sweden and Finland

Britain has signed a new security agreement with Sweden and Finland

HELSINKI, May 11 (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday that he had agreed on new agreements with Sweden and Finland to boost European security, pledging to support both countries’ armed forces in the event of an attack. Johnson signed the new declarations, which Britain described as “a step in defense and … Read more

Oil is rising as gas supplies from Russia to Europe decline, and the EU is banning Russian oil

Oil is rising as gas supplies from Russia to Europe decline, and the EU is banning Russian oil

Workers walk while oil pumps are seen in the background at the Uzen oil and gas field in the Mangistau region of Kazakhstan, November 13, 2021. REUTERS / Pavel Mikheyev Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com To register Rise in crude oil after falling by almost 10% in two days Hungary is fighting … Read more

Shares are rising, falling slightly after data on inflation in the United States

Shares are rising, falling slightly after data on inflation in the United States

NEW YORK / MILAN, May 11 (Reuters) – The S&P 500 and Dow strengthened on Wednesday, and the dollar index fell after data showed US inflation slowed last year, giving investors some hope the price surges will rise. at its peak. U.S. stock futures initially lost ground after core inflation, excluding items such as oil … Read more

Russian gas flows to Europe via Ukraine are declining after Kiev closed one route

Russian gas flows to Europe via Ukraine are declining after Kiev closed one route

3D printed natural gas pipes are placed on the displayed flags of the EU and Russia in this illustration taken on January 31, 2022. REUTERS / Dado Ruvić / File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com To register Exports of Russian gas through Ukraine fell to 72 million cubic meters Ukraine declared … Read more