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Russian hackers allegedly target Ukraine’s biggest private energy firm

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Russian hackers carried out a "cyberattack" on Ukraine's biggest private energy conglomerate in retaliation for its owner's opposition to Russia's war in Ukraine, the firm said Friday. DTEK Group, which owns coal a...

Ukraine’s emotionally charged push for World Cup appearance ends on brutal mistake

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Wales’ lone goal came on an unfortunate error by Ukraine. Andriy Yarmolenko headed the ball into his own net while trying to clear a Gareth Bale free kick in the first half. It was the only goal of the match and enou...

Biden points to Ukraine’s fight for democracy in a Memorial Day speech at Arlington

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"In this moment… a war of aggression is once more being waged by Russia to snuff out freedom and democracy, the very culture and identity of neighboring Ukraine," Biden said Monday. "Freedom has never been free. Demo...

Russia claims total control of Ukraine’s Mariupol: ‘complete liberation’

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Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told President Vladimir Putin that Russia’s military saw the "complete liberation" of the Ukrainian port city, which has been at the center of the Ukraine-Russia War for several...

Ukraine’s Zelenskyy pushes for new security agreements without Russia, apart from peace talks

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In the aftermath of the collapsed Soviet Union, Ukraine agreed in 1994 to give Russia all its nuclear warheads in exchange for security guarantees. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy reacts during a pr...

Rep. Jim Jordan shows difference in concern for American woes versus Ukraine’s

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REP. JIM JORDAN: Think about your typical family out there. We got a 41-year-high inflation rate. Everything costs more for the moms and dads and families. Rent costs more, gas costs more, clothes cost more. … I und...

Ukraine’s first president Leonid Kravchuk dies at 88

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The cause of his death was not made known. The 88-year-old had a decorated career in Ukraine’s politics, first helping push for its independence from the Soviet Union. He later helped dissolve the USSR as a whole.  ...

In Ukraine’s Russian-speaking east, Putin’s war is tearing families apart

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Bakhmut, Ukraine The warm spring air is coming to eastern Ukraine. The roads are lined with red tulips, and people are reopening their summer kitchens, small buildings outside traditional homes used to isolate the he...

Amid war’s tragedies, Ukraine’s kids paint eggs to keep ‘life’ going

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Yet given the Russian forces' relentless attacks on Ukraine, which began on Feb. 24, 2022, nearly 60 days ago, the usually festive and fun activity took on a more patriotic tone. RUSSIA INVADES UKRAINE: LIVE UPDATES ...

Ukraine’s Air Force has added about 20 more operational aircraft after influx of spare parts, senior US defense official says

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The Ukrainian Air Force has added about 20 more operational aircraft to its fleet because of an influx of spare parts, according to a senior US defense official. Though the official wouldn't specify which country ha...

Ukraine’s kids, caught in war, are now accustomed to the sound of explosives

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Survivors of suffering.  Ukraine's youngest and bravest. RUSSIA INVADES UKRAINE: LIVE UPDATES Whatever term the world chooses to give them amid the Russia-Ukraine war, some Ukrainian children who have been hiding f...

Donbas has been Ukraine’s ravaged heartland for eight years. Here’s why Putin wants it

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Donbas, a sprawling and beleaguered heartland region that blankets much of eastern Ukraine, has been the front line of the country's conflict with Russia since 2014. But now its people, already scarred by eight year...

UN Security Council hears of Russian atrocities against Ukraine’s women and girls: rapes, mass abductions

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Sergiy Kyslytsya, Permanent Representative of Ukraine told council members that most of the children that he said were abducted by the Russians, were orphans and not those with parents and other relatives. He said th...

War could destroy nearly half of Ukraine’s economy this year

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Hong Kong (CNN Business)Ukraine could lose almost half of its economy this year as a result of Russia's invasion, according to the World Bank. In a report published Sunday, the bank estimated that the country's GDP c...

Professor Robert Kaufman: Echoes of Churchill in Ukraine’s Zelenskyy

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What follows is a Q&A that has been lightly edited and condensed for clarity. We strongly encourage you to watch the accompanying video so you may hear Kaufman in his own words. Q: Is Ukraine President Volodymyr ...

Russian-controlled areas near Ukraine’s capital show evidence of war crimes: Human Rights Watch

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Human Rights Watch has documented evidence of summary executions, unlawful violence and threats against civilians, and repeated rape between February 27 and March 14. A report from the organization also implicates Ru...

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