Category: Russian invasion

Australia Could Reopen Its Embassy in Ukraine, Says Australian PM

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he is looking to reopen the Australian embassy in Ukraine, as the Australian government continues to explore additional ways to provide aid to the war-torn country. Speaking prior to talks in Spain for NATO, where the Russian invasion is high on the agenda, the PM revealed his government has…


Beijing Further Expresses Support for Putin, Reiterates Sovereignty Over Taiwan Straits

Two days before Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s birthday, he made two big moves. Analysts believe that these moves were also meant to increase his leverage as he seeks a third term at the upcoming 20th Party Congress. In communist countries, top leaders’ birthdays are important dates for the entire nation. Xi was born on June…


Putin–Xi Call: Kremlin Claims Xi Endorses Putin’s Invasion; US Innovation Race Losing to China

Russian President Vladimir Putin calls Chinese leader Xi Jinping on his birthday. But the call might be a good thing for the Chinese leader. Now people are having their suspicion confirmed: China and Russia are in it together. But I think there is a more subtle reason why Putin called Xi Jinping.  I got the…


My Family’s Escape From Mariupol

Mariupol has been besieged by the Russian army since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. In the meantime, the city, which once had 400,000 inhabitants, has been largely destroyed, and the humanitarian situation is catastrophic. In a video address to the South Korean parliament, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke of…


US and EU Sanctions Against Russian Invasion of Ukraine Upset China’s Red Aristocrats: Expert

The ongoing U.S. and European sanctions against Russia are sending shockwaves through China’s powerful elites. A China expert says red aristocrats are almost united against Chinese leader Xi Jinping over his decision to attack Taiwan. Australia-based China expert Yuan Hongbing told The Epoch Times that the Chinese communist princelings are fearful, worrying that Xi’s decision…


Ukraine ‘Foreign Legion’ Seeking Volunteers In Fight Against Russian Invasion

Are you an able-bodied person with military experience and knows how to use firearms? If so, the “Ukraine Foreign Legion” wants you. That is the organization’s message as the Russian invasion of Ukraine enters its third week.  In response to the crisis, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky has called upon citizens and foreign nationals to join…


‘Christians Killing Christians’: Arizona Orthodox Churches Voice Opposition To War In Ukraine

PHOENIX, Ariz.—The morning sun is heavenly bright as the faithful begin arriving at Holy Archangels Orthodox Church in Phoenix, just minutes before the 9 a.m. start of the Sunday liturgy service. The men have all come dressed in their best church attire. As their tradition requires, the women are all wearing skirts in muted colors,…


Congress Reaches Deal on $1.5T Government Funding Bill; South Korea Elects New President | NTD Evening News

Congress reaches a deal on a $1.5 trillion government funding bill that includes $13.6 billion of emergency money to support Ukraine, President Joe Biden pushes for a bill aimed at boosting U.S. competitiveness, and we have an interview with a Ukrainian student who lived in a bomb shelter during the first 10 days of the…


Montreal Symphony Orchestra Cancels Concert for Young Russian Pianist Amid Protest

A 20-year-old Russian pianist who was scheduled to perform with a Montreal symphony orchestra had his concert cancelled following protest in the wake of Russia’s invasion into Ukraine. The Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (OSM) has cancelled Alexander Malofeev’s shows originally scheduled for March 9, 10, and 13, saying that his presence would “not allow the…


Montreal Symphony Orchestra Cancels Performance by Young Russian Pianist

A 20-year-old Russian pianist who was scheduled to perform with Montreal’s symphony orchestra had his concert cancelled due to pressure from the Ukrainian community and some musicians in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (OSM) cancelled Alexander Malofeev’s performances scheduled for March 9, 10, and 13, saying that his presence…