4 October 2023
Iran says frozen funds transferred from South Korea to Qatar
Blackout reported in Yakutsk
@USTreasury sanction 29 individuals & entities connected to Iran's suppression of protests after the death of Mahsa Amini at the hands of Tehran's Morality Police. Targets include:-18 members of the IRGC & LEF; -Fars, Tasnim & PressTV news outlets; -3 senior officials
The White House: The new sanctions on Iran are linked to human rights violations
2 week ago
The Bank of Russia increased the key rate to 13% from 12% per annum
2 week ago
Turkey and China nearing a nuclear power plant deal. Turkish energy minister says a deal to build a nuclear power plant in eastern Thrace is possible in months as no major issues remain in the negotiations
@USTreasury slaps Russian elites, Russian industrial base and tech suppliers with nearly 100 sanctions. Aim is to "deprive Putin of the equipment, technology, and services he needs to wage his barbaric war on Ukraine" per @SecYellen
European Central Bank (ECB), policy interest rates increased by 25 basis points.The refinancing rate was raised to 4.50%, and the deposit rate to 4.00%
2 week ago
Big fire near Saratov reportedly after main gas pipeline depressurization
3 week ago
The authorities of Kazakhstan and Turkey intend to intensify the use of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR) and increase the supply of goods using it, said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Murat Nurtleu following negotiations in Astana with his Turkish counterpart Hakan Fidan
.@StateDeptSpox says the US will be watching the Iranian funds transferred to Qatar closely to make sure they are only spent on humanitarian goods and will "have the ability to freeze them again if we need to."
US Treasury designates Hezbollah operatives and financial facilitators in South America and Lebanon
3 week ago
Deficit of diesel in Tula and Lipetsk regions
3 week ago
Fuel crisis in Krasnodar Krai of Russia - diesel is almost not available at fuel stations
.@TheJusticeDept announced Friday the successful disruption of a multimillion-dollar shipment of crude oil by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) that was bound for another country, after seizure of over 980,000 barrels of crude oil carried by Suez Rajan
Prime Minister of Poland: We will not open our markets to Ukraine's grains, regardless of the European Union's decision
Depressurization of the gas pipeline occurred in the Tikhvin district of the Leningrad region
US imposes sanctions on Sudan's Abdelrahim Dagalo, the brother of RSF commander Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo
The European Defence Agency (EDA) on Tuesday (5 September) signed eight contracts with European industry for the joint procurement of 155mm ammunition for Ukraine in the first-ever move to use the bloc to purchase weapons collectively.
Reuters: Washington imposes sanctions on the Deputy Commander of the Rapid Support Forces against the backdrop of his forces' human rights violations in Sudan
Jitender Sachdeva, founder and Group President, Skipper Seil Group, announcing plans to invest $1.6B into Nigeria, in the power sector, over the next 2 years. Says he’s been doing business in Nigeria for 25 years, across healthcare, power and defence
Nairobi Declaration: Africa is not historically responsible for global warming, but bears its consequences
United Nations Secretary-General: Climate collapse has begun
4 week ago
Security Service of Ukraine accused Russian tycoon Mikhail Fridman in funding war against Ukraine
Flare fire at Sibur-Nefthekhim enterprise in Dzerzhinsk of Nizhniy Novgorod region
1 month ago
Big fire at Ruchyi oil depot in St.Petersburg
1 month ago
Turkish Foreign Ministry: Ankara is preparing substantial proposals regarding the resumption of the grain deal
Strong electrical drop is recorded in the central region of Venezuela and the capital Caracas
EU Foreign Minister: We are moving forward with sanctions against Niger
An emergency power outage occurred in Krasnodar in the Western District. The cause was damage to power lines and 6 transformers
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