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Ukraine President Zelensky Involved In a Car Accident

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Ukraine President Zelensky Involved In a Car Accident

A passenger car collided with a vehicle carrying Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky as his motorcade passed through Kyiv, though the president was not seriously injured in the accident, his spokesman said early Thursday morning. This handout picture taken and released by the Ukrainian Presidential press-service on September 14, 2022 shows Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (C) […]

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Putin Will Admit Defeat with a Victory Parade in Moscow

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Putin Will Admit Defeat with a Victory Parade in Moscow

Suddenly the West has been surprised by the possibility of Ukraine defeating Russia and expelling it from its territory. It has taken some time for everyone, even Moscow, to admit that the Ukrainian counteroffensive in the Kharkiv area has brought results and that it may be the biggest turning point in the 200-day war. Photo: […]

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How are pro-Kremlin Russian media portraying Ukraine’s victories? .The narrative has shifted since September 6, when Ukraine began a counteroffensive in the Kharkiv region.

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How are pro-Kremlin Russian media portraying Ukraine’s victories? .The narrative has shifted since September 6, when Ukraine began a counteroffensive in the Kharkiv region.

The official, state-run media in Russia, which dominates in the country, has switched tones several times throughout the Ukraine crisis, from denying the invasion was to take place at all in early February, to praising the “righteous de-Nazification of Ukraine”. Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen on a screen broadcasting Russian TV news programmes at a humanitarian […]

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Swedish election LATEST: Right-wing leaders start talks after cliffhanger vote

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Swedish election LATEST: Right-wing leaders start talks after cliffhanger vote

Sweden on Monday began a days-long wait for the final results of its too-close-to-call general election, with leaders of the new right-wing and far-right meeting for early talks as they hope to wrest power from Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson’s Social Democrats Sweden Democrat MP Richard Jomshof (SD) talks with journalists outside the Swedish parliament on […]

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Over 1,000 Civilians Killed During Russian Occupation of Izyum

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Over 1,000 Civilians Killed During Russian Occupation of Izyum

According to a local deputy of the liberated city of Izyum, at least 1,000 people were killed during the Russian occupation of the Ukrainian town of Izyum in the Kharkiv Region over the past six months. However, the actual death toll is likely to be much higher. This photograph taken on September 11, 2022, shows […]

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Anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats leader eyes right-wing election victory

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Anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats leader eyes right-wing election victory

Near final results in Sweden’s election Sunday show that a bloc of right-wing parties was expected to defeat a left-wing bloc headed by Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson. The conservative group includes a populist anti-immigration party that made its best-ever showing. The leader of the Sweden Democrats Jimmie Akesson delivers a speech at the party’s election […]

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Eastern Ukraine plunged into darkness as Russia hits power stations

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Eastern Ukraine plunged into darkness as Russia hits power stations

Russia attacked power stations and other infrastructure in eastern Ukraine on Sunday, causing widespread outages The bombardment ignited a massive fire at a power station on Kharkiv’s western outskirts and killed at least one person. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy denounced the “deliberate and cynical missile strikes” against civilian targets as acts of terrorism.   Ukrainian State […]

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Zelensky : Today is 200 days of our resistance .Our struggle.Our people`s war

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Zelensky : Today is 200 days of our resistance .Our struggle.Our people`s war

Zelensky’s latest address on Sunday evening, September 11, was dedicated to the warriors of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The Ukrainian President stated that Ukrainians have been fighting for freedom, independence, and the right to be for 200 days in a row. Image by Kyiv Post/president.gov.ua   Read the President’s full address below: Fellow Ukrainians! […]

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‘Tremendous blemish’: No trial decades after Sept 11 attacks(VIDEOS)

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‘Tremendous blemish’: No trial decades after Sept 11 attacks(VIDEOS)

Relatives of the nearly 3,000 victims of the 9/11 attacks have long hoped a trial would bring closure and perhaps resolve unanswered questions. Smoke pours from the World Trade Center after being hit by two planes on September 11, 2001 in New York City [Craig Allen/Getty Images] Hours before dawn on March 1, 2003, the […]

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with Ukraine, but delays complicate process — Lavrov

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with Ukraine, but delays complicate process — Lavrov

According to the Russian Foreign Minister, the president told the meeting participants that Russia does not deny negotiations Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov© Russian Foreign Ministry Press Service/TASS PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, September 11. /TASS/. Russia does not reject negotiations with Ukraine, but their further delay by Kiev will complicate the possibility of reaching an agreement with Moscow, […]

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