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Ukraine targeting Russians shooting at nuclear plant -Zelenskiy

Reuters
for-phone-onlyfor-tablet-portrait-upfor-tablet-landscape-upfor-desktop-upfor-wide-desktop-up World Posted Ukraine is targeting Russian soldiers who shoot at an occupied nuclear plant in the south of the country or use it as a base to shoot from, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Saturday. World Ukraine targeting Russians shooting at nuclear plant -Zelenskiy Protest erupt over Machu Picchu......

Giving Russians travel visas is a security risk the world can’t afford

NYPost
Dalibor Rohac Russians can wage a war against their neighbors, or they can travel freely to the West — but they should not be allowed to do both. Source – For more click here To Return to the Main Aggregate News Page – click here Break’n Pics – Click here......

Russians have begun training on Iranian drones, US believes

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USA TODAY – For more and to sign up click here “During the last several weeks, Russian officials conducted training in Iran as part of the agreement for UAV transfers from Iran to Russia,” a US official told CNN. The official said the intelligence about the training has recently been......

Kyiv urges travel ban on Russians as Moscow steps up assault in eastern Ukraine

Reuters
Some European Union states favour tourism bans on Russians Ukraine’s nuclear chief: ‘very high’ risks at power plant Heavy Russian shelling reported along Donbas front Ukraine says it repels assaults, largely holding lines KYIV, Aug 9 (Reuters) – Ukraine’s president called on the West to impose a blanket travel ban......

Ukraine says scores of Russians killed in Kherson fighting

Reuters
Kherson is focus of Ukrainian counteroffensive Ukraine says rail links to Kherson over Dnipro have been cut Ukraine, Russia trade accusations over POW deaths ODESA/KYIV, Ukraine, July 30 (Reuters) – The Ukrainian military said on Saturday it had killed scores of Russian soldiers and destroyed two ammunition dumps in fighting......

A second wave of Russians are fleeing Putin’s regime

CNBC
CNBC – For more and to sign up click here A ‘second wave’ of Russians are now formally relocating to countries spanning Europe, the Middle East and Asia after spending time getting their affairs in order. Natalia Kolesnikova | Afp | Getty Images For months now, Vladimir has been preparing......

Live Updates: Ukraine Uses Western Weapons to Counter Russians With Deeper Strikes

New York Times
New York Times – For more and to sign up click here President Vladimir V. Putin’s announced visit to Iran would be only his second trip abroad since he invaded Ukraine in February.Credit…Pool photo by Alexei Nikolsky President Vladimir V. Putin will visit Tehran next week for meetings with the......

Russians try to advance in east Ukraine; war in G20 spotlight at G20

Reuters
Governor reports fighting along eastern front Ukraine renews call for weapons Russian envoy offers little hope of pullback Russia embassy says U.S. intent on prolonging war G20 ministers calls for grain shipments KYIV, July 9 (Reuters) – Ukrainian forces battled on Saturday to block Russian military advances into the eastern......

Villas by the sea: Rich Russians fleeing sanctions are pumping up Dubai’s property sector

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CNBC – For more and to sign up click here Dubai is seeing its hottest real estate market in years, with sales in the sector up 45% year on year in April and 51% in May, according to the Dubai Land Department. DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The team at......

Ukraine PM: Rich Russians should pay the bill to rebuild

Reuters
Swiss conference on Ukrainian recovery gets under way Ukrainian premier says effort may cost $750 billion Britain’s Liz Truss says Russia should be held accountable LUGANO, Switzerland, July 4 (Reuters) – The cost of rebuilding Ukraine following Russia’s invasion could reach $750 billion and rich Russians should help pay the......

In City Where ‘Europe Starts,’ Ethnic Russians Start Questioning Putin’s War

New York Times
New York Times – For more and to sign up click here NARVA, Estonia — Like many of the ethnic Russians who live along Estonia’s eastern border with Russia, Stansislava Larchenko could not believe that President Vladimir V. Putin had gone on a killing spree in Ukraine. Ms. Larchenko, 51,......

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