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Kyiv claims US has ‘no objections’ to Poland supplying war planes
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Kyiv claims US has ‘no objections’ to Poland supplying war planes

Two Polish Air Force Russian made Mig-29s fly above and below two Polish Air Force US-made F-16 fighter jets during an air show in Radom, Poland, August 27, 2011. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz, File) Ukraine said Saturday that the United States does not object to the transfer of war planes [...]Continue reading on www.timesofisrael.com
Russia accuses Azerbaijan of breaking ceasefire in conflict with Armenia
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Russia accuses Azerbaijan of breaking ceasefire in conflict with Armenia

In this image taken from video released by the Armenian Defense Ministry on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020, Armenian solders guard their position in the self-proclaimed Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan. (Armenian Defense Ministry via AP) MOSCOW, Russia — Moscow on Saturday accused Azerbaijan of violating a ceasefire agreement by entering [...]Continue reading on www.timesofisrael.com
Russia and Ukraine Are Fighting for the Legacy of World War II
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Russia and Ukraine Are Fighting for the Legacy of World War II

Russian President Vladimir Putin gives a speech during the Victory Day military parade at Red Square in Moscow on May 9, 2018. The Russian and Ukrainian presidents have a long history of engaging in bouts of discursive jousting. However, what was once dismissed as trolling has now turned into [...]Continue reading on foreignpolicy.com
Chinese cyberattacks on NATO countries increase 116% since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: study
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Chinese cyberattacks on NATO countries increase 116% since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: study

Russia, China are our two biggest threats in cyberspace: Morgan Wright 00:00 00:0007:47GO LIVE Facebook Twitter Email Embed SpeedNormal Autoplay Cyberattacks against NATO countries originating from Chinese IP addresses have increased 116% since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, new research shows. Cyberattacks from Chinese IPs have also risen [...]Continue reading on www.foxbusiness.com
Ukrainian invasion takes bad turn — for Russia
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Ukrainian invasion takes bad turn — for Russia

One month in, Russia's invasion of Ukraine isn't going how Moscow planned. The war has come with a terrible human cost, killing thousands on both sides including civilians, while turning millions into refugees and cities into bombed out shells of their former selves. The biggest uncertainty remains how the [...]Continue reading on thehill.com
Live updates: Ukrainian official: Russians enter Slavutych
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Live updates: Ukrainian official: Russians enter Slavutych

LVIV, Ukraine -- The governor of the Kyiv region says that Russian forces have entered the city of Slavutych and seized a hospital there. Slavutych is located north of Kyiv and west of Chernihiv, outside the exclusion zone that was established around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant after the [...]Continue reading on apnews.com
Biden on Russia’s Putin: `This man cannot remain in power’
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Biden on Russia’s Putin: `This man cannot remain in power’

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — President Joe Biden on Saturday called for Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s removal, saying, “For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.” Biden also used a speech in Poland’s capital to make a vociferous defense of liberal democracy and the NATO military alliance, while also [...]Continue reading on apnews.com
Hawaii lifts its indoor mask mandate and travel restrictions, the last state to do so.
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Hawaii lifts its indoor mask mandate and travel restrictions, the last state to do so.

US coronavirus cases Where states are reporting vaccines given Health organizations are rushing to prevent the war in Ukraine from morphing into a public health disaster. The conflict, they say, threatens to upend decades of progress against infectious diseases throughout the region, sparking new epidemics that will be nearly [...]Continue reading on www.nytimes.com
Michigan COVID: Here’s what to know for March 26, 2022
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Michigan COVID: Here’s what to know for March 26, 2022

These product deals will help you keep making your house into a home Michigan COVID-19 data as of March 25, 2022 (WDIV) DETROIT – Michigan reported 1,575 new cases of COVID-19 and 38 virus-related deaths Friday -- an average of 787.5 cases over a two-day period. Friday’s update brings [...]Continue reading on www.clickondetroit.com
Israel set to raise work permit quotas for Gazans to 20,000
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Israel set to raise work permit quotas for Gazans to 20,000

Palestinian men gather to apply for work permits in Israel, at Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip, on October 6, 2021. (Mahmud Hams/AFP) The Israeli government is expected to raise the number of permits for Gazans to work in Israel by an additional 8,000, to a total [...]Continue reading on www.timesofisrael.com
Ukraine Update: Zelenskiy Says Russia Realizes More Talks Needed
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Ukraine Update: Zelenskiy Says Russia Realizes More Talks Needed

Inside a UNHCR Depot for Refugee Supplies Bloomberg News Sign up here to get the latest updates on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. You can also follow us on Telegram here . Russia is relying on “indiscriminate” bombardment after heavy troop casualties in the month after its invasion, the [...]Continue reading on www.bloomberg.com