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Zelensky’s Crimea threat proves Ukraine doesn't want peace – Kremlin

Zelensky’s Crimea threat proves Ukraine doesn’t want peace – Kremlin

The Ukrainian president has spoken of harboring the intention to seize the Russian peninsula Recent comments by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky on “returning” the Russian region of Crimea show that Kiev has no desire to seek a peaceful settlement to the ongoing conflict, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said. Speaking to reporters on Friday, Peskov …

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Ukraine Update: What was five Russian axes of attack is down to one: the Donbas

Ukraine Update: What was five Russian axes of attack is down to one: the Donbas

Happy Thanksgiving, all! Today is also the nine-month anniversary of Russia’s illegal invasion. Mostly going to do some bullet-point updates today. I’m cranking this out as quickly as I can, and am skipping self-editing. Everyone else is out today. So please forgive the raw prose and whatever grammar, spelling, and clarity mistakes might exist.  Awkward.  Nobody wants to …

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Ukraine says Russian bombing poses ‘real danger’ of nuclear disaster – The Irish Times

Ukraine says Russian bombing poses ‘real danger’ of nuclear disaster – The Irish Times

Ukraine has restored heat, light and water supplies to millions of people following the latest deadly Russian missile strikes and said such attacks made nuclear disaster a “real danger” after the country’s atomic power plants shut down during the bombardment. Ukrainian officials said about 10 people were killed and around 50 injured when Russia targeted …

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Ukraine Works to Restore Power After Bruising Russian Attack

Ukraine Works to Restore Power After Bruising Russian Attack

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — About 70% of the Ukrainian capital was left without power, Kyiv’s mayor said Thursday, a day after Moscow unleashed yet another devastating missile and drone barrage on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. Wednesday’s renewed Russian attack on Ukrainian infrastructure caused power outages across large parts of the country, further hobbling Ukraine’s already battered …

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Russia denies slowing inspections for Ukraine grain ships

Russia denies slowing inspections for Ukraine grain ships

ANKARA: Russia’s ambassador to Turkey said on Friday (Nov 25) that Moscow sends its representatives to more ship inspections in Istanbul per day than mandated under the Black Sea grain deal, rejecting a Ukrainian accusation that Russia is slowing down the process. Ukraine’s grain exports have proceeded more slowly since a UN-brokered deal was extended …

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Which EU politicians refused to label Russia a sponsor of terror? | Russia-Ukraine war News | Al Jazeera

Which EU politicians refused to label Russia a sponsor of terror? | Russia-Ukraine war News | Al Jazeera

The European Parliament on Wednesday adopted a resolution declaring Russia a state “sponsor of terrorism” over its war in Ukraine. “The deliberate attacks and atrocities committed by Russian forces and their proxies against civilians in Ukraine, the destruction of civilian infrastructure and other serious violations of international and humanitarian law amount to acts of terror …

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US aid to Ukraine puts pressure on Pentagon's arms stockpile

US aid to Ukraine puts pressure on Pentagon’s arms stockpile

WASHINGTON (AP) — The intense firefight over Ukraine has the Pentagon rethinking its weapons stockpiles. If another major war broke out today, would the United States have enough ammunition to fight? It’s a question confronting Pentagon planners, not only as they aim to supply Ukraine for a war with Russia that could stretch years longer, …

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Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine is pushing out one of Russia's biggest tech giants

Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine is pushing out one of Russia’s biggest tech giants

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives to the welcoming ceremony in Yerevan, Armenia, on November 23, 2022. Contributor/Getty Images Yandex, Russia’s biggest tech giant, wants to cut ties with the country, according to the NYT. Yandex’s parent company has concerns about the impact of the Ukrainian war on its businesses. The exit could deliver a blow …

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Russian agents killed 3 men they said were saboteurs sent by Ukraine. A report says they were just gamers in costume.

Russian agents killed 3 men they said were saboteurs sent by Ukraine. A report says they were just gamers in costume.

A still from a Russian state media Russia-1 report, showing what it claims is a mass of military equipment found at the site of a FSB operation Russia-1/Smotrim.ru Russian state media reported on an FSB operation targeting “pro-Ukrainian saboteurs.” Per independent media, the men killed were roleplayers of the video game “S.T.A.L.K.E.R.” The state media …

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