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The New Yorker
6 months ago
Europe news

What Could Tip the Balance in the War in Ukraine?

Russia and Ukraine are engaged in a race to reconstitute and resupply their forces.
The war in Ukraine may not be won outright this year, but the conditions for victory may be set in motion. [ more ]
www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Ukraine updates: Russian air assault strikes several cities DW 01/08/2024

At least three people were killed and dozens injured in a Russian air attack on cities in Ukraine.
Ukrainian air force intercepted 18 out of 51 Russian missiles and shot down all eight Iranian-made drones. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russian Missiles Pound Several Ukrainian Regions, Officials Say

Russia launched a large-scale air attack against Ukraine, causing casualties and extensive damage.
The attack is part of Russia's strategy to overwhelm Ukrainian air defenses and destroy critical infrastructure. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war live: Russia launches large-scale missile attack across Ukraine

Russia launches large-scale missile attack across Ukraine
Russia evacuates residents of Belgorod due to strikes by Kyiv [ more ]
WSJ
6 months ago
World news

Short on Shells, Ukraine Relies on Explosive Drones to Hold Russia Back

Russia is on the offensive in Ukraine, with ammunition supplies dwindling for the Ukrainian forces.
Additional aid from the US is blocked in Congress, leaving Ukraine short on ammunition. [ more ]
www.aljazeera.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 684

Ukraine's Air Force shot down 21 Russian drones and Russia launched three cruise missiles.
Russian attacks caused casualties in multiple cities in Ukraine. [ more ]
The New Yorker
6 months ago
Europe news

What Could Tip the Balance in the War in Ukraine?

Russia and Ukraine are engaged in a race to reconstitute and resupply their forces.
The war in Ukraine may not be won outright this year, but the conditions for victory may be set in motion. [ more ]
www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Ukraine updates: Russian air assault strikes several cities DW 01/08/2024

At least three people were killed and dozens injured in a Russian air attack on cities in Ukraine.
Ukrainian air force intercepted 18 out of 51 Russian missiles and shot down all eight Iranian-made drones. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russian Missiles Pound Several Ukrainian Regions, Officials Say

Russia launched a large-scale air attack against Ukraine, causing casualties and extensive damage.
The attack is part of Russia's strategy to overwhelm Ukrainian air defenses and destroy critical infrastructure. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war live: Russia launches large-scale missile attack across Ukraine

Russia launches large-scale missile attack across Ukraine
Russia evacuates residents of Belgorod due to strikes by Kyiv [ more ]
WSJ
6 months ago
World news

Short on Shells, Ukraine Relies on Explosive Drones to Hold Russia Back

Russia is on the offensive in Ukraine, with ammunition supplies dwindling for the Ukrainian forces.
Additional aid from the US is blocked in Congress, leaving Ukraine short on ammunition. [ more ]
www.aljazeera.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 684

Ukraine's Air Force shot down 21 Russian drones and Russia launched three cruise missiles.
Russian attacks caused casualties in multiple cities in Ukraine. [ more ]
morerussia
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Morgan Stanley and Allen & Overy helping oligarch's efforts to seize Russian oil firm

Sergey Kolesnikov, a billionaire oligarch, is being assisted by Morgan Stanley and Allen & Overy in his attempt to gain control of a Russian oil asset.
Kolesnikov has supplied building materials to the Russian military machine and for construction in occupied areas of Ukraine. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
Left-wing politics

Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko was 'core shareholder,' part of Hunter Biden-led Burisma subsidiary

Vitali Klitschko, the former heavyweight boxing champion and mayor of Kyiv, was a core shareholder and participant in a Hunter Biden-chaired subsidiary of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.
Klitschko's involvement with Hunter Biden and Burisma Geothermal adds a new angle to the impeachment inquiry and raises questions about the US-Ukraine relationship.
Klitschko's relationship with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and his potential challenge to him in the next election adds complexity to the political scandal. [ more ]
www.npr.org
6 months ago
Europe news

20-mile backup as Polish truckers blockade border in standoff with Ukrainian drivers

Polish truckers have been blocking traffic at the Ukraine-Poland border for two months in protest of the European Union's decision to remove limits on Ukrainian drivers entering Poland and the EU.
The blockade has caused significant economic losses for Ukraine, with a $160 million loss in exports and a $700 million decrease in imports in November compared to the previous month. [ more ]
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www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war live: five children among dead after Russian missile attack on Pokrovsk, local official says

Russian missile strike in Ukraine kills five children
Russian military on course to lose 500,000 personnel within a year [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 683

The Russian military is projected to lose 500,000 personnel within the next year.
Russia is struggling to establish air superiority over Ukraine. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war live: five children among dead after Russian missile attack on Pokrovsk, local official says

Russian missile strike in Ukraine kills five children
Russian military on course to lose 500,000 personnel within a year [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 683

The Russian military is projected to lose 500,000 personnel within the next year.
Russia is struggling to establish air superiority over Ukraine. [ more ]
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New York Post
6 months ago
Europe news

Ukraine strikes annexed Crimea, destroys Russian command center

Ukrainian forces targeted a Russian command center in Crimea.
The Ukrainian Air Force destroyed the Saki air field, which houses the 43rd Fighter Aviation Regiment of the Russian Aerospace Forces. [ more ]
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New York Post
6 months ago
Europe news

Russian President Vladimir Putin reveals country's new 'enemy'

Putin is using propaganda to spin the narrative of the war in Ukraine to his people.
He is portraying the West as the enemy and justifying the ongoing conflict as an eternal ideological struggle. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 678

Russian president Vladimir Putin has vowed to intensify strikes on military targets in Ukraine after a Ukrainian attack on the Russian city of Belgorod.
Ukraine claims Russia launched a record number of attack drones on New Year's Day, with 87 out of 90 successfully shot down. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Putin Vows to Keep Up Bombardment After a Russian City Is Hit

Putin vows to continue missile strikes on Ukrainian cities in retaliation for attack on Russian city of Belgorod.
The cycle of strikes and retaliation is raising fears of escalating civilian casualties in the conflict. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
Europe news

Russian President Vladimir Putin reveals country's new 'enemy'

Putin is using propaganda to spin the narrative of the war in Ukraine to his people.
He is portraying the West as the enemy and justifying the ongoing conflict as an eternal ideological struggle. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 678

Russian president Vladimir Putin has vowed to intensify strikes on military targets in Ukraine after a Ukrainian attack on the Russian city of Belgorod.
Ukraine claims Russia launched a record number of attack drones on New Year's Day, with 87 out of 90 successfully shot down. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Putin Vows to Keep Up Bombardment After a Russian City Is Hit

Putin vows to continue missile strikes on Ukrainian cities in retaliation for attack on Russian city of Belgorod.
The cycle of strikes and retaliation is raising fears of escalating civilian casualties in the conflict. [ more ]
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www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Is the West holding back Ukraine's rightful self-defense? DW 01/06/2024

Germany is facing calls to supply Ukraine with Taurus cruise missiles to disrupt Russian supply lines.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz is opposed to supplying Kyiv with Taurus, citing increased risk of escalation and German involvement in the war. [ more ]
www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe news

War, inflation, flooding: Germans' negative outlook on 2024 DW 01/05/2024

A sense of insecurity prevails among Germans about the upcoming year.
Respondents have negative expectations about the economy, weather conditions, and refugee arrivals. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Europe news

I'm a Euro-optimist. But crisis after crisis tested my hope until I met these teenagers | Nathalie Tocci

Europe's youth are engaged and motivated to contribute to saving the planet and solving global issues.
European governments have demonstrated support for Ukraine and reducing reliance on Russian gas. [ more ]
Washington Post
6 months ago
Europe news

Ukraine and Russia exchange nearly 500 prisoners of war

KYIV - Ukraine and Russia exchanged nearly 500 prisoners of war Wednesday - including Ukrainian service members taken prisoner during fighting at the Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol and Snake Island in the Black Sea - a sign that talks between Kyiv and Moscow continue, even as the two sides appear frozen in peace negotiations.
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Media industry

It's State Propaganda': Ukrainians Shun TV News as War Drags on

Ukrainians have grown weary of Telemarathon United News, a television news show that was once praised for countering Russian disinformation.
Viewership and trust in Telemarathon have plummeted, indicating wider popular disenchantment with the government. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Media industry

It's State Propaganda': Ukrainians Shun TV News as War Drags on

Since the early days of Russia's full-scale invasion in 2022, the people of Ukraine have had access to a single source of television news an all-day broadcast packed with footage of Ukrainian tanks blasting Russian positions, medics operating near the frontline and political leaders rallying support abroad.
www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe politics

EU's tough challenges in 2024: Trump, Russia and more DW 01/01/2024

EU member states may be hesitant to continue providing financial aid to Ukraine in the future.
There are concerns about the costs of integrating a war-ravaged Ukraine into the European Union. [ more ]
www.aljazeera.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia continues to step up assault on Ukraine with massive missile barrage

Russia has escalated its attacks on Ukraine as its invasion enters a third calendar year.
Russia has maintained its recent intensification of air attacks on Ukraine with a huge assault overnight.
euronews
6 months ago
Europe news

Russian missiles strike Ukraine's largest cities, killing at least two

A recent attack on the Russian city of Belgorod has met with fury from the Kremlin.
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www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Ukraine updates: Russia hits Kyiv with heavy missile attack DW 01/02/2024

Published 01/02/2024Published January 2, 2024last updated 01/02/2024last updated January 2, 2024 Multiple Russian missiles were launched toward Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities, killing two people, according to officials.
www.france24.com
6 months ago
France news

Explosions heard across Kyiv as Russia launches missiles at capital

Ukraine's air force reported multiple missiles heading towards the capital Kyiv
Explosions were heard in Kyiv and fragments of downed rockets were found in residential areas [ more ]
www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe politics

From Trump to Putin, the EU faces tests in 2024 DW 01/01/2024

EU leaders are finding it difficult to unanimously approve financial aid for Ukraine, raising questions about their future support.
EU member states are hesitant about Ukraine's potential membership in the EU due to the costs it could incur and concerns about the existing budget. [ more ]
www.aljazeera.com
6 months ago
Black Lives Matter

Russia says indiscriminate Ukrainian attack' on Belgorod killed dozens

Russian retaliation for alleged Ukrainian attack on Belgorod
Denial of intentional civilian targeting by both sides [ more ]
www.france24.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Zelensky vows 'wrath' against Russian forces amid escalation in strikes

Five people were killed in attacks on Ukraine's southern Odesa region and the eastern city of Donetsk, local authorities said on Monday as the conflict between Moscow and Kyiv escalates.
www.dw.com
6 months ago
Europe news

Many killed in Russian, Ukrainian strikes on New Year's Day DW 01/01/2024

01/01/2024January 1, 2024 President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed to hit Russia with Ukraine's bolstered military capabilities in his New Year's address.
HuffPost
6 months ago
Europe news

Russia Launches New Drone Strikes In Ukraine After Promising Retaliation For Belgorod Attack

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - Russia launched a fresh drone assault on Ukraine after promising that strikes on the Russian border city of Belgorod that killed 24 people Saturday "would not go unpunished."
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