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  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Ukraine-Russia war: 'Your island is small and your intelligence service sucks' - a walk through Moscow on invasion ... - Sky News
    Two years since Russia invaded Ukraine and in Moscow's Victory Park, those we spoke to felt their country was on course."We're doing the right thing, victory will be ours," says a woman out for a midday stroll with her family. It's a common enough phrase, but what victory actually means depends on who you ask."Victory means full defeat of the enemy," her son, Temikhan, declares. "The principal enemy, the Nazis who are based there.""The Ukrainians are our fraternal people," his mother adds. "They are not guilty of this."Temikhan is 15 ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Ukraine war: Zelensky insists country will win on second anniversary - BBC.com
    By Kathryn ArmstrongBBC NewsReutersMarches were held across Europe in solidarity with UkraineUkraine's president has issued a rallying cry, vowing that his country will prevail, as it marks two years since Russia's full-scale invasion. "None of us will allow our Ukraine to end," Volodymyr Zelensky said in an address in the capital Kyiv. He was joined by Western leaders in a show of solidarity.The anniversary comes as Ukraine experiences a range of setbacks in its efforts to expel Russia from its territory. Mr Zelensky said in his speech on Saturday that ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    ‘Putin must lose everything’: defiant Zelenskiy hosts western leaders in Kyiv to mark two years of war - The Guardian
    Volodymyr Zelenskiy welcomed western leaders to Kyiv[1] on Saturday on the second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, declaring that Vladimir Putin “must lose absolutely everything”.Ukraine’s president met the prime ministers of Italy, Canada and Belgium – Giorgia Meloni, Justin Trudeau and Alexander De Croo – as well as the European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen[2].The leaders visited Hostomel airport, near Kyiv[3], which Russian paratroopers seized at the start of Moscow’s all-out attack. Ukrainian troops regained control of the airfield and thwarted Russian plans to capture the capital.“Two ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Temporary Gaza cease-fire plan reached in Paris, could see more hostages freed - New York Post
    Israeli officials are optimistic about a plan that could bring a new temporary cease-fire to Gaza and see more hostages released. Delegates returned to Jerusalem from talks in Paris with an “outline of an agreement” reached with American, Egyptian and Qatari representatives. “There were good talks, there’s significant progress,” one official told Israel’s Channel 12. “We have a basis on which to build a plan and the negotiations.”Israeli delegates returned from Paris with an “outline of an agreement” to “build a plan and the negotiations” to present to the terrorist ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Protesters gather in London to mark second anniversary of war in Ukraine - The Independent
    Crowds have gathered across the UK to show support for Ukraine[1] and pay their respects to the fallen on the second anniversary of the Russian invasion.Commemorations on Saturday 24 February in London[2] began with an interfaith prayer service at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Mayfair[3].Meanwhile, in Scotland[4], political and religious leaders attended a service at Edinburgh Castle[5] to mark the anniversary.Speaking ahead of the service in London, the leading Ukrainian Catholic bishop in the UK, Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski, said his compatriots are “resolved to win the war” and have experienced ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    What has Russia achieved during two years of war in Ukraine? - Al Jazeera English
    The bloodiest conflict in Europe since World War II moves into its third year.The cost of the Russia-Ukraine war is already enormous: tens of thousands of soldiers killed on both sides; thousands of civilians dead; and millions of Ukrainians forced from their bombed-out towns and cities.Yet there is little sign of an end in sight.Russian President Vladimir Putin remains defiant – saying there will be no peace until his country’s goals are met. Meanwhile, Ukraine is again appealing for more donations to replace dwindling supplies of ammunition.The European Union agreed ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    London Ukraine march attracts hundreds calling for peace - BBC.com
    By Andre Rhoden-Paul, & Jessica Ure at Ukrainian Catholic CathedralBBC NewsPA MediaPeople marched from Hyde Park to Trafalgar SquareHundreds of Ukraine supporters have marched through central London to mark the second anniversary of the Russian invasion. Demonstrators gathered at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park before walking to Trafalgar Square for a vigil. Many were draped in Ukrainian flags and some held signs urging Russia to "stop the war". At least 10,582 civilians have died in Ukraine since Russia's invasion began in February 2022, according to the UN. As demonstrators walked ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Arrests at Moscow protest by wives of soldiers fighting in Ukraine - The Hindu
    Russian armored vehicles are loaded onto railway platforms at a railway station in region not far from Russia-Ukraine border, in the Rostov-on-Don region, Russia, Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022. U.S. President Joe Biden announced the U.S. was ordering heavy financial sanctions against Russia, declaring that Moscow had flagrantly violated international law in what he called the "beginning of a Russian invasion of Ukraine." Chinese and Indian representatives voting to abstain from a resolution raise their hands during a U.N. Security Council meeting on the Russian invasion of the Ukraine on Feb. ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Secretly Intercepted Phone Calls Show How Russia's Propaganda Fueled Violence – Mother Jones - Mother Jones
    Iryna Kalinina, 32, an injured pregnant woman, is carried from a maternity hospital that was damaged during a Russian airstrike in Mariupol, Ukraine, on March 9, 2022Evgeniy Maloletka/AP Fight disinformation: Sign up[1] for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.On February 16, Russian authorities announced that Aleksei Navalny, President Vladimir Putin’s most formidable political opponent, had suffered “sudden death syndrome[2]” while on a walk at an Arctic penal colony where he was serving a 30-year sentence. In the wake of the Russian opposition leader’s death, this ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Slovakian prime minister believes Russia started war against Ukraine because of
    Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico has said that Russia started its war against Ukraine in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".Source: European Pravda, with reference to Aktuality[1], a Slovakian news outletDetails: Fico said on Facebook that the war started in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".He said that the Russian Federation’s military invasion of Ukraine is also partly serving to "mislead Russia into thinking that NATO will not expand further east".Fico described Ukraine’s possible NATO membership as an impetus for "the beginning of World War Three".Still, Fico admitted that the ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Slovakian prime minister believes Russia started war against Ukraine because of
    Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico. Photo: AFP via Getty Images Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico has said that Russia started its war against Ukraine in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".Source: European Pravda, with reference to Aktuality[1], a Slovakian news outletDetails: Fico said on Facebook that the war started in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".Advertisement:He said that the Russian Federation’s military invasion of Ukraine is also partly serving to "mislead Russia into thinking that NATO will not expand further east".Fico described Ukraine’s possible NATO membership as an impetus for ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Trump calls himself a ‘proud political dissident’ during CPAC speech – live - The Guardian US
    'I am a dissident', Trump says“A vote for Trump is your ticket back to freedom, it’s your passport out of tyranny and it’s your only escape from Joe Biden and his gang’s fast track to hell,” Donald Trump[1] said.“And in many ways, we’re living in hell right now because the fact is, Joe Biden is a threat to democracy, really is a threat to democracy,” Trump continued.“I stand before you today not only as your past and hopefully future president, but as a proud political dissident. I am a dissident,” ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Europeans rally for Ukraine to mark two years of Russia’s war - Al Jazeera English
    Several thousand people gathered in cities across Europe to commemorate two years since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.More than 3,000 people took part in a solidarity rally at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany on Saturday, according to initial estimates by local police.Many participants at the rally carried Ukrainian flags. Others shared their views on the war with slogans on banners and posters reading, “Russia always lies” or “The devil is in the Kremlin”. People also shouted slogans such as, “Russia is a terrorist state,”Big crowds gathered ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Zelensky Vows Triumph Over Russia on Second War Anniversary - The Moscow Times
    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky promised victory against Russia on the second anniversary of the invasion on Saturday as his troops fight on despite a lack of Western aid and recent Russian gains."We will win," he said at a ceremony at Kyiv's Gostomel airport, which was targeted by Russia in the first days of the all-out assault in 2022.He spoke alongside the Canadian, Italian and Belgian prime ministers and EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen who came to Kyiv to mark the date.Ukraine's military chief Oleksandr Syrsky said he was ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    King Charles says Ukraine faces 'indescribable aggression' - BBC.com
    By Sean CoughlanRoyal correspondentPA MediaKing Charles, pictured a year ago with President Zelensky, has hailed Ukraine's "heroism"King Charles has issued a strongly-worded message of support for Ukraine, in a statement marking the second anniversary of Russia's invasion.He has spoken of the "indescribable aggression" that has faced Ukrainians since what he calls the "unprovoked attack on their land".The unusually direct message seems to be a rallying call to keep up international assistance for Ukraine.The King welcomed the continuing support from the UK and its allies.At a time when there have been ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    President Duda affirms Poland's support for Ukraine - 1Lurer
    Polish authorities Saturday assured Ukraine of their support in the war against Russia despite differences between the two countries over Ukrainian farm exports.   "Poland supported, is supporting and will continue to support the fight for Ukraine's freedom," Polish President Andrzej Duda posted on X, marking the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.   Meanwhile, the Polish foreign affairs ministry posted: "Ukraine, you are not alone."   While Poland's leadership expressed its support, Polish farmers have over the past weeks tried to block the border between the two countries ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Ukraine-Russia war: The West is proving woefully slow at solving critical problem in sending weapons to Kyiv - Sky News
    When Russia launched its full-scale invasion, Ukraine's president is said to have turned down a US offer to be evacuated with the words: "I need ammunition, not a ride."Two years on, Volodymyr Zelenskyy[1] is still standing firm - but so too is his urgent need for weapons and ammunition, everything from bullets to fighter jets.The UK and other Western allies rushed in support for the military during the first weeks of the war, with British and American anti-tank missiles playing a key role in enabling Ukrainian troops to fend off ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Two Years into Russia-Ukraine War, Negotiations a Distant Prospect - Kyiv Post
    After two years of war in Ukraine, there is no prospect of negotiations to find a breakthrough as Russian President Vladimir Putin, emboldened by the erosion of Western support for Kyiv, girds for a long conflict. 2024 will be another year of war because Ukraine is determined to keep on fighting to recapture territory, while Putin will only be satisfied with Kyiv's full surrender, analysts and diplomats say. Putin may have signalled in this month's interview with right-wing US talk show host Tucker Carlson that Russia was interested in negotiations but this would ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Two Years in, Russia's War on Ukraine Continues to Pose Threat to Global Security - Department of Defense
    Russia's invasion and unprovoked war of aggression against Ukraine is today not just an assault on Ukrainian freedom and liberty, but also a threat to global order, said U.S. officials. Two years ago today, on Feb. 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine. Since then, Russia has failed to capture Kyiv, take control of the Ukrainian government, or stifle the spirit of the Ukrainian people. "The scale of Putin's blunder is especially stark today," said Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III in a statement[1] yesterday. "The Kremlin's forces failed to win the Battle ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    As Ukraine’s economy burns, Russia clings to a semblance of prosperity - The Guardian
    Factories destroyed. Roads blown to pieces. Power plants put out of action. Steel exports decimated. A flood of refugees out of the country. Ukraine[1] – the poorest country in Europe – has paid a heavy economic price for a two-year war against Russia waged almost entirely on its own soil.The figures are stark. More than 7 million people – about a fifth of the population – have been plunged into poverty. Fifteen years of human development have been lost. In the first year of the war, the economy contracted by ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Joe Biden Approaching Treason Over Border Crisis, Texas Lt. Governor Warns - Newsweek
    Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick warned on Friday that President Joe Biden[1] is approaching treason over the U.S.-Mexico border as an influx of migrants continue to cross into the country.Tension between federal and state units in Texas remains after the Biden administration secured a significant win over Texas Governor Greg Abbott[2] in late January after the Supreme Court[3] ruled 5-4 to allow the temporary removal of razor wire along the southern border while litigation over the issue proceeds. The Court's decision has sparked anger among Republicans[4] who support the measures ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Rishi Sunak and King Charles praise Ukraine’s valour on war anniversary - The Guardian
    The prime minister, Rishi Sunak, and King Charleshave expressed support for Ukraine as it marks two years since the Russian invasion[1].It comes as crowds gathered across the UK to show their backing for the embattled country.Sunak vowed to continue supporting Kyiv until its forces prevailed, while the monarch praised Ukraine’s valour in facing down the aggression of Vladimir Putin[2], the Russian president.“When Putin launched his illegal invasion two years ago, the free world was united in its response,” Sunak said. “We stood together behind Ukraine[3]. And on this grim anniversary, ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Ukraine war latest news: 'You can't destroy our dreams,' says Zelensky as war enters third year - BBC
    Ukraine war latest news: 'You can't destroy our dreams,' says Zelensky as war enters third year - BBC News BreakingBreaking newsClose breaking news
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Rishi Sunak and King Charles praise Ukraine's valour on war anniversary - The Guardian
    The prime minister, Rishi Sunak, and King Charleshave expressed support for Ukraine as it marks two years since the Russian invasion[1].It comes as crowds gathered across the UK to show their backing for the embattled country.Sunak vowed to continue supporting Kyiv until its forces prevailed, while the monarch praised Ukraine’s valour in facing down the aggression of Vladimir Putin[2], the Russian president.“When Putin launched his illegal invasion two years ago, the free world was united in its response,” Sunak said. “We stood together behind Ukraine[3]. And on this grim anniversary, ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Protests Across Germany On Ukraine War Anniversary - Barron's
    Text size Thousands of protesters rallied across Germany Saturday in support of Ukraine on the second anniversary of Moscow's full-scale invasion, even as doubts grow about Kyiv's chances of victory. Rallies took place in Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt and other cities. In the capital, thousands gathered in front of the Brandenburg Gate waving banners that read "stand up for Ukraine" and "arm Ukraine now". Addressing the crowd, Berlin mayor Kai Wegner decried Russian President Vladimir Putin's "brutal war of aggression". "He wants to wipe out Ukraine, he wants to wipe out ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Russia Loses Ninth Fighter Jet in Days - Newsweek
    Russia's aviation capabilities in its full-scale invasion of Ukraine has suffered a further blow, following the crash of another of its military aircraft and news that the plant in Moscow that makes the Sukhoi fighter jet was on fire.Footage shared on social media purportedly showed the wreckage of a Sukhoi Su-34 plane in the Henichesk district of Ukraine's Kherson region. Eyewitnesses, quoted by Radio Liberty and the Crimean Wind Telegram channel, said that the fighter jet went down just after 10 p.m. Friday.Crimean Wind said the plane had vanished from ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Dung dumped outside Russian ambassador's home in Poland on Ukraine war anniversary - The Straits Times
    WARSAW - Protesters said they dumped two tonnes of dung outside the home of the Russian ambassador to Poland on Feb 24, as they marked the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.[1]Activists put a bloodied Russian flag with the letter “Z” on the pile of manure and stuck a sign into it that said “Russia = s**t! We don’t want you in EU! Get out!”, pictures of the protest in Konstancin-Jeziorna, seen by Reuters, showed.The town near Warsaw is where the ambassador lives.Elsewhere in Warsaw at 6am local ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Russians in America reveal how they fear Putin after ballerina's arrest: 'My family will be a target even here' - New York Post
    Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s tentacles of terror are stretching into homes across the US as his war in Ukraine marks its two year anniversary Saturday.Russian-born Americans who oppose the war in Ukraine say that they are too afraid to make their opinions known publicly — or even in confidence to family members back home. “I live in fear of putting my family in danger in Russia,” said a Russian emigré engineer, who does not support Putin’s bloody invasion of Ukraine. Russian leader Vladimir Putin is sowing fear outside Russia’s borders ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    King Charles Sends Strong Message to Ukraine On Anniversary | TIME - TIME
    February 24, 2024 9:53 AM ESTKing Charles III lauded Ukrainians’ heroism and commended the U.K. and other allies’ support of the country in a message issued on the two-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine[1]. “The determination and strength of the Ukrainian people continues to inspire, as the unprovoked attack on their land, their lives and livelihoods enters a third, tragic, year,” the King said[2] in a message shared on X, formerly Twitter, along with a picture of himself and his wife, Queen Camilla, lighting candles in a church. “Despite ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Putin official compared Zelenskyy to Brad Pitt, image couldn't be trashed: report - Business Insider
    The frustrated exchange was archived in a cache of more than 100 Kremlin propaganda documents reviewed by the Washington Post.The documents, obtained by a European intelligence service, reveal that Kremlin officials are struggling to undermine Zelenskyy's popularity.Although high public confidence in Zelenskyy remains resilient after two years of war, the numbers have wavered recently. In December 2023, trust in Zelensky declined to 62%[1], marking a 22% decrease since December 2022, per the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology.The documents reveal the Kremlin's elaborate and persistent efforts to undermine Zelenskyy, per the ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Dung dumped outside Russian ambassador's home in Poland on Ukraine war anniversary - Deccan Herald
    Warsaw: Protestors said they dumped two tons of dung outside the home of the Russian ambassador to Poland on Saturday, as they marked the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.Activists put a bloodied Russian flag with the letter "Z" on the pile of manure and stuck a sign into it that said "Russia = shit! We don't want you in EU! Get out!", pictures of the protest in Konstancin-Jeziorna, seen by Reuters, showed. The town near Warsaw is where the ambassador lives.Elsewhere in Warsaw at 6 am local ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    The war in Ukraine is here to stay - Al Jazeera English
    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 was supposed to be a quick affair. Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to believe that his “special military operation” would be over in weeks, if not days. It was supposed to go smoothly, just as the takeover of Crimea had gone in March 2014.He hoped a new, Moscow-friendly government would be installed in Kyiv and Russian forces would be occupying large swaths of eastern and southern Ukraine, including large cities, such as Kharkiv, Odesa and Dnipro.Nothing of the sort happened, of course. The ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Ukraine's top diplomat tells skeptics at the UN that his country will win the war - NBC News
    Ukraine’s foreign minister on Friday told skeptics who believe Ukraine can’t win the war with Russia[1] that they will be proven wrong: “Ukraine will win the war.”Dmytro Kuleba, speaking at the United Nations on the eve of the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion[2], urged the world’s nations to stand behind Ukraine. If they do, he said, victory will come “sooner rather than later.”Russia’s U.N. Ambassador, Vassily Nebenzia, countered by repeating Moscow’s claim that it didn’t start the conflict. He blamed the West for fomenting it, accused Ukraine of being a tool of Western ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Ukraine’s top diplomat tells skeptics at the UN that his country will win the war - NBC News
    Ukraine’s foreign minister on Friday told skeptics who believe Ukraine can’t win the war with Russia[1] that they will be proven wrong: “Ukraine will win the war.”Dmytro Kuleba, speaking at the United Nations on the eve of the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion[2], urged the world’s nations to stand behind Ukraine. If they do, he said, victory will come “sooner rather than later.”Russia’s U.N. Ambassador, Vassily Nebenzia, countered by repeating Moscow’s claim that it didn’t start the conflict. He blamed the West for fomenting it, accused Ukraine of being a tool of Western ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    The fight by Russian dissidents against Putin and his war in Ukraine - The Independent
    For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emailsSign up to our free breaking news emailsEvgenia Kara-Murza woke up and immediately picked up her phone. Ukrainian women,[1] she saw, had started sharing screenshots online of their last messages[2] to their husbands, boyfriends and brothers on the front lines[3].They began with a trivial message, something like “How are you, honey?” But with each unanswered message[4], they grew more panicked. “Honey, just write back. Just write anything. I just want to know ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Live updates: Russia-Ukraine war rages on second anniversary of invasion - CNN International
    Live updates: Russia-Ukraine war rages on second anniversary of invasion  CNN International
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Dung dumped outside Russian ambassador's home in Poland on Ukraine war anniversary - Arab News
    Civil society challenges India’s ties with Israel, warns of war crimes complicityNEW DELHI: Members of Indian civil society have come together to break their government’s silence on Israel’s war crimes against Palestinians and put pressure on it to refrain from any kind of complicity with Tel Aviv.Despite India’s historic support for Palestine, New Delhi has been mostly quiet in the wake of Israel’s deadly siege and onslaught on Gaza, which since October has killed nearly 30,000 people, wounded some 70,000, and left most of the enclave’s population starving and with ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Dung dumped outside Russian ambassador's home in Poland on Ukraine war anniversary - Arab News Pakistan
    Civil society challenges India’s ties with Israel, warns of war crimes complicity NEW DELHI: Members of Indian civil society have come together to break their government’s silence on Israel’s war crimes against Palestinians and put pressure on it to refrain from any kind of complicity with Tel Aviv. Despite India’s historic support for Palestine, New Delhi has been mostly quiet in the wake of Israel’s deadly siege and onslaught on Gaza, which since October has killed nearly 30,000 people, wounded some 70,000, and left most of the enclave’s population starving ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Russia has suffered one strategic defeat after another in its war against Ukraine – Belgian PM - Ukrainska Pravda
    Alexander De Croo in Hostomel. Photo: Office of the President of Ukraine Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, whose country currently holds the presidency of the EU Council, has highlighted Russia's failures during a memorial ceremony in the town of Hostomel (Kyiv Oblast), marking the second anniversary of Russia's large-scale invasion of Ukraine.Source: Interfax-Ukraine[1] news agency, citing European PravdaQuote: "Russia's war against Ukraine has changed a lot in Ukraine and around the world. Russia suffered one strategic defeat after another. NATO has become more effective and has once again become ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    'Significant progress' in Paris hostage talks - Israeli media - Yahoo News UK
    Reuters VideosUkraine war 'an open wound in Europe': UN chief[1]STORY: During the meeting, Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis said that, at the request of Ukraine, it intends to organize a high-level Ukraine peace conference, expected in the summer.Ukraine is seeking to rally support for President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's 10-point peace plan amid signs of war fatigue as the front lines remain largely unchanged and the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza has become a more pressing focus of global attention.Zelenskiy's peace plan envisages the restoration of Ukraine's territorial integrity, withdrawal of all Russian ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    2 Years of Ukraine War: Russia Continues Invasion, as Ukraine Asks for Help - PEOPLE
    2 Years of Ukraine War: Russia Continues Invasion, as Ukraine Asks for Help
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    'Ready Fight Near Tehran, Beijing If...': Zelensky Aide's Big Vow On War Anniv - Hindustan Times
    Published on Feb 24, 2024 07:24 PM ISTUkrainian MP Aleksey Goncharenko made a big promise in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour. He said that Ukraine will assist the US in case of a future conflict with China, Iran, or North Korea. The Ukrainian MP also sought more military aid from the US, which has been stuck in Congress for weeks. Watch this video to know more.  
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    'We are not in a position to make plans': The uncertain exile of Ukrainians in France - FRANCE 24 English
    Two years after the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, the end of the war is nowhere in sight. Ukrainian refugees in France are each adapting in their own way, with many preparing to stay for the long term. Issued on: 24/02/2024 - 14:52 4 min Two years of Russia’s war in Ukraine have forced over 14 million people – nearly one third of Ukraine’s population – to flee their homes, according to the UN. Around 69,000 of those people[1] have found refuge in France as of January 2024.The figure is modest ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Western leaders visit Kyiv in solidarity with Ukraine on war anniversary – video - The Guardian
    Four western leaders - the European Commission president and the prime ministers of Italy, Canada and Belgium - arrived in Kyiv on Saturday to show solidarity with Ukraine on the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion. Ursula von der Leyen, Giorgia Meloni, Justin Trudeau and Alexander De Croo travelled to the Ukrainian capital together overnight by train from neighbouring Poland, the Italian government said in a statement
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Green recovery in Ukraine is a strategic imperative for the EU - Euronews
    The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not represent in any way the editorial position of Euronews. Support for Ukraine’s efforts in addressing the environmental consequences of the war has to be within the bigger framework of Ukraine's EU accession process, Margot Wallström, Heidi Hautala and Virginijus Sinkevicius write. ADVERTISEMENTTwo years of brutal, full-scale invasion by Russia has inflicted severe environmental damage on Ukraine, impacting the country's rich biodiversity, contaminating land and water resources, and posing a direct threat to public health and safety. Addressing ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    World leaders offer support to Ukraine on anniversary of Russian invasion - Reuters
    Feb 24 (Reuters) - Western leaders have been voicing their solidarity with Ukraine on the second anniversary[1] of Russia's full-scale invasion.Here are some of the latest comments:U.S. PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN:"The brave people of Ukraine fight on, unbowed in their determination to defend their freedom and future. NATO is stronger, larger, and more united than ever."And the unprecedented 50-nation global coalition in support of Ukraine, led by the United States, remains committed to providing critical assistance to Ukraine and holding Russia accountable for its aggression."The American people and people around the ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Until when? Two years of war in Ukraine - Vatican News - English
    After two years of war in Ukraine, what still needs to happen for the aggression to stop and for us to get around the table to negotiate a just peace? By Andrea Tornielli Although the terrible news coming out of the Holy Land in recent months, and now the death of Russian dissident Navalny, have overshadowed the reports of the war from Ukraine, today we wish to remember. We have been doing so in recent days by giving voice to witnesses, to those who do not give in to the ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    All Russian murderers, including Putin, to be held accountable - Zelensky - Ukrinform
    All Russian murderers, starting with President Vladimir Putin, will be held to account for everything they have done during the war in Ukraine. This was emphasized by President Volodymyr Zelensky, who spoke alongside Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, and Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo from the Hostomel Airfield, Ukrinform reports citing the broadcast of the event."All Russian murderers, starting with Putin, will definitely be held accountable for all they have done. And we will ensure justice for ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Ukraine war: King praises 'determination and strength' of Ukrainians - Yahoo! Voices
    King Charles has said the "determination and strength" of Ukrainians in the face of continued Russian aggression "continues to inspire".In a statement marking the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Charles said Ukrainians continue to show "heroism"."Theirs is true valour," Charles said."My heart goes out to all those affected as I remember them in my thoughts and prayers".Charles' statement also recognised the "tremendous hardship and pain" inflicted upon Ukrainians following Russia's "unprovoked attack".He praised the heroism and valour of the Ukrainians, saying he had "felt this personally in the ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Watch: Russia 'accidentally shoots down own spy plane' - Yahoo News
    Russian forces have accidentally shot down their own £275 million spy plane over occupied Ukraine, pro-Kremlin military bloggers have said.Vladimir Romanov[1] said that the Beriev A-50 Soviet-built plane crashed near the Sea of Azov after it was hit by a missile fired from Mariupol, the Ukrainian city that Russian forces captured in 2022[2].“The enemy has nothing to do with it again. The launches were from the Mariupol area,” he told his 140,000 followers. “After being hit by an air defence missile (not fired by the enemy), the A-50 broke into ...

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