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05/23/2022

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President Volodymyr Zelensky will address the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, as Severodonetsk becomes a focal point in the war.

Source: The Washington Post

05/20/2022

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Finland’s state energy provider said Russia had cited the company’s failure to pay in rubles, but Moscow is also angry over Finnish moves to join NATO. Gerhard Schröder, the former German chancellor, is stepping down as chair of the board of the Russian state…

Source: New York Times

05/20/2022

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The war crimes trial of Russian solider Vadim Shishimarin will resume next week in Ukraine, the first of its kind in the conflict.

Source: The Washington Post

05/19/2022

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As more Ukrainian fighters surrendered in Mariupol, Moscow appeared to be laying the groundwork for annexing lands it has seized. President Biden met with the leaders of Finland and Sweden at the White House.

Source: New York Times

05/15/2022

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky celebrated Kalush Orchestra’s win in the Eurovision song contest as the war raged at home.

Source: The Washington Post

05/14/2022

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Russia once again used energy as a weapon, cutting off electricity exports to Finland, which, along with Sweden, is moving toward joining the military alliance. As the impact of the war spreads, India said it would ban wheat exports as global prices rise.

Source: New York Times

05/14/2022

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Ukraine has entered a “new, long phase of the war,” while its troops have pushed Russian forces closer to the northern border.

Source: The Washington Post

05/13/2022

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A report released by Stockholm signaled that it would likely follow Finland’s lead in vowing to apply for NATO membership. The moves come as the Group of 7’s agricultural ministers met in Germany to discuss new ways to get Ukrainian harvests to world markets.

Source: New York Times

05/12/2022

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Finland’s president and prime minister endorsed joining the alliance, another sign of how Russia’s invasion has strengthened NATO instead of weakening it. Moscow said it would “take necessary measures” to protect itself, as Vladimir Putin shows no sign of bac…

Source: New York Times

05/12/2022

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Some experts say that Putin is calculating that Western leaders will tire of the protracted struggle before he does, especially if the price is turbocharged inflation and energy shortages.

Source: New York Times

05/11/2022

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E.U. ambassadors broke off talks for the day in Brussels, having failed to persuade Hungary, which has emerged as a possible spoiler to European unity. In Washington, the House endorsed a $40 billion aid package for Ukraine, which awaits Senate approval.

Source: New York Times

05/11/2022

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The Senate is expected to follow suit this week, taking total U.S. support during the conflict in Ukraine to more than $50 billion.

Source: The Washington Post

05/10/2022

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The southern Ukrainian city is not under threat of a Russian offensive, the Pentagon said, while Kremlin advances in the Donbas region remain “anemic.”

Source: The Washington Post

05/09/2022

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to speak in Moscow for the occasion, which will include a large military parade with flyovers.

Source: The Washington Post

05/08/2022

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A Ukrainian commander trapped at the Mariupol steel plant under Russian fire described life there as “some hellish reality show.”

Source: The Washington Post

05/06/2022

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The Ukrainian military took the offensive as the two sides battle for control of the east. In the south, an evacuation convoy was dispatched to rescue civilians from the besieged steel plant in Mariupol.

Source: New York Times

05/04/2022

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Missile strikes on railways and power stations are the latest signs Moscow may be trying to restrict the flow of weapons and supplies to battlefields in the east.

Source: The Washington Post

05/01/2022

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Nancy Pelosi's visit with U.S. lawmakers came as evacuations from Mariupol's Azovstal steel plant were expected to continue.

Source: The Washington Post

04/30/2022

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Russia's slow movement is a reflection of its desire to avoid stretching supply lines in face of fierce Ukrainian resistance, the Pentagon said.

Source: The Washington Post

04/29/2022

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Russian forces in eastern Ukraine are still hampered by logistical challenges, the Pentagon said.

Source: The Washington Post

04/23/2022

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Kyiv has previously warned of Russian expansionism, but there are now signs the Kremlin could cut a path through Ukraine to a Moldovan breakaway region.

Source: The Washington Post

04/18/2022

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At least seven people were killed and 11 were injured, including a child, in Lviv -- the first deaths reported in the city since the beginning of Russia’s assault.

Source: The Washington Post

04/16/2022

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also said his country’s military had lost an estimated 2,500 to 3,000 troops since the Feb. 24 invasion.

Source: The Washington Post

04/14/2022

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Moscow acknowledged severe damage to a key missile cruiser in its Black Sea Fleet, as an eight-mile convoy remained near Izyum.

Source: The Washington Post

04/13/2022

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Satellite images captured by U.S. firm Maxar Technologies show Russian forces repositioning in Ukraine’s east.

Source: The Washington Post

04/12/2022

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Britain and Australia said they were investigating reports that Russia had already used them. Ukraine’s military is preparing for a major assault in the east.

Source: New York Times

04/10/2022

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Source: The Wall Street Journal

04/10/2022

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Ukraine’s prosecutor general opens 5,600 war crimes. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU leaders visited Kyiv.

Source: The Washington Post

04/09/2022

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for a “firm global response” to the airstrike on a train station in eastern Ukraine on Friday that officials said killed at least 52 people.

Source: The Washington Post

04/08/2022

Russia-Ukraine War News: Russian Missile Strike Kills Dozens at Kramatorsk Train Station

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Source: The Wall Street Journal

04/07/2022

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The gruesome killings in Bucha could further isolate Moscow as the U.S. sanctions Putin's daughters and the E.U. will vote on a Russian coal ban.

Source: The Washington Post

04/05/2022

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Kyiv said the humanitarian situation in Mariupol was even worse than in Bucha, as Moscow continued to insist the killings there were “staged provocations.”

Source: The Washington Post

03/27/2022

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“We do not have a strategy of regime change in Russia - or anywhere else, for that matter," Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.

Source: The Washington Post

03/25/2022

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Western leaders are to announce a plan to send gas from the U.S. to Europe, reducing the continent's reliance on Russian energy.

Source: The Washington Post

03/20/2022

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Russian efforts to seize Kyiv and topple Zelensky’s government have so far been frustrated by Ukrainian resistance.

Source: The Washington Post

03/19/2022

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Fierce fighting for control of Mariupol was impeding search and rescue efforts for hundreds of civilians believed trapped in a theater after Russia bombed it Wednesday.

Source: The Washington Post

03/16/2022

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The Biden administration has resisted Kyiv’s call to establish a no-fly zone in Ukraine, worried it could inflame tensions and risk a broader global conflict with a nuclear-armed nation.

Source: The Washington Post

03/13/2022

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Russian forces struck a military training site near Lviv, in an apparent escalation of hostilities in Ukraine's west.

Source: The Washington Post

03/11/2022

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The mayor of Mariupol said his besieged city in the south was going through “Armageddon,” while the Pentagon said Thursday that the northern city of Chernihiv also appears to have been isolated by Russian troops.

Source: The Washington Post

03/09/2022

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Russian shelling blocked efforts to create safe corridors for civilians, leaving them trapped without water, food, heat and medicine. “There are just bodies lying in the streets,” said a Mariupol resident.

Source: New York Times

03/08/2022

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McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, and Starbucks are among those suspending operations in Russia, and Pepsico is suspending soda sales. The U.S. average gas price hit $4.17 per gallon. The Ukrainian president spoke to the British Parliament by telelink, and the flow of r…

Source: New York Times

03/01/2022

Latest Russia-Ukraine war news: Kharkiv assaulted as invasion intensifies, nearing Kyiv

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called Monday’s shelling of Kharkiv a “war crime.”

Source: The Washington Post