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Declares Russia’s Annexation of Occupied Ukraine, Lashes Out at West

Declares Russia’s Annexation of Occupied Ukraine, Lashes Out at West

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed off on the annexation of four partially occupied Ukrainian regions Friday in a major escalation of Moscow’s seven-month war with its pro-Western neighbor. Grigory Sysoyev / POOL / TASS Putin confirmed the annexation of the eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions as well as the southern Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions in […]

Russia Vetoes UN SC Condemnation of Ukraine Annexations as China, India, Brazil, Gabon Abstain

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Russia Vetoes UN SC Condemnation of Ukraine Annexations as China, India, Brazil, Gabon Abstain

Russia on Friday vetoed a Western bid at the UN Security Council to condemn its annexations of Ukrainian territory but found no support, with China and India abstaining. Russia’s veto was a certainty but Western powers hoped to show Moscow’s isolation in its war and will now take the condemnation effort to the General Assembly, […]

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23 Killed in Shelling of Humanitarian Convoy in Ukraine’s South

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23 Killed in Shelling of Humanitarian Convoy in Ukraine’s South

Ukraine on Friday, Sep.30 blamed Moscow for shelling a convoy of civilian cars in the southern Zaporizhzhia region that killed at least 23 on the front line. Zaporizhzhia regional governor Oleksandr Starukh said the strikes had also injured 28 people, “all civilians, local people.” Image by UkrInform. A pro-Kremlin official in the Russian-occupied region of […]

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Turkish President Urges Putin to Give Talks With Ukraine Another Chance

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Turkish President Urges Putin to Give Talks With Ukraine Another Chance

In a telephone call to Vladimir Putin on Thursday, Sep. 29, President Erdogan urged the Russian president to reconsider negotiations with Kyiv to end the ongoing invasion of Ukraine. Photo: REUTERS As reported by the Turkish President’s office, Erdogan said that for tensions to be de-escalated, “steps – particularly as regards the incorporation of various Ukrainian […]

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Over 2M without power as Hurricane Ian swamps southwest Florida

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Over 2M without power as Hurricane Ian swamps southwest Florida

Hurricane Ian turned streets into rivers and blew down trees as it slammed into southwest Florida with 241 kph winds, pushing a wall of storm surge Motorists travel across the John Ringling Causeway as Hurricane Ian churns to the south, Sarasota, Florida, U.S., Sept. 28, 2022. (AFP Photo) Over 2 million people were without power […]

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‘Partial mobilisation’ of Russian reservists – a sign of Putin’s desperation? by: Sébastian Seibt

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‘Partial mobilisation’ of Russian reservists – a sign of Putin’s desperation? by: Sébastian  Seibt

Faced with a series of setbacks in eastern Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “partial mobilisation” of Russia’s reservist forces on Wednesday. But some analysts say the move will have only a limited impact on the front lines of the conflict. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu pictured on August 15, […]

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Nord Stream leak: Russia and West trade blame over alleged sabotage of undersea gas pipelines

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Nord Stream leak: Russia and West trade blame over alleged sabotage of undersea gas pipelines

Nord Stream leak: Russia and West trade blame over alleged sabotage of undersea gas pipelines The gas leak from Nord Stream, seen near the island of Bornholm, Denmark on Sept 27, 2022  –   Copyright  Danish Defence Command via AP Russia and the West have traded blame over alleged sabotage that caused mysterious leaks on the Nord Stream […]

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Ukraine war latest: Russia declares nearly 100% support in sham annexation votes

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Ukraine war latest: Russia declares nearly 100% support in sham annexation votes

Key developments on Sept. 27 Sham referendums end in Ukraine’s partially occupied regions Moscow says all people under occupation want to join Russia Ukraine liberated Kupiansk-Vuzlovyi,  Kharkiv Oblast Russia fires 2 missile strikes, 6 airstrikes across Ukraine People cast their votes in illegal referendums on joining Russia at a hospital in the Russian-occupied part of […]

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Fleeing Russians Worry Border Will ‘Close Forever’

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Fleeing Russians Worry Border Will ‘Close Forever’

Fearing the border may close “forever” after President Vladimir Putin’s mobilisation order for the war in Ukraine, Russians are rushing to flee across Finland’s Vaalimaa crossing. Ivan, 23, of Russia waits in a queue to have his passport checked at the Vaalimaa border check point in Virolahti, Finland, on September 25, 2022.Photo by AFP On this […]

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Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near 11 settlements

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Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near 11 settlements

The Armed Forces of Ukraine repelled enemy attacks near the settlements of Zaitseve, Mayorsk, Zalizne, Odradivka, Mykolaivka Druha, Ozerianivka, Pervomaiske, Pobieda, Novomykhailivka, Pavlivka, and Bezimenne. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said this in its latest update posted on Facebook, Ukrinform reports. According to the operational information as of 18:00 on September 28, the […]

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