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Ukraine Shares Dramatic Video of US Bradleys in Action

"No, this is not 'Star Wars.' This is an American-made Bradley IFV with its 25mm cannon," the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense said.

Newsweek - Top Stories - 6 minutes ago

Analysis -- As Ukraine struggles with fickle allies, Vladimir Putin is on a roll -- News -- - -- Multi-Lineup Listing -- |

As 2023 comes to a close, Vladmir Putin is capitalizing on a momentum shift in his war on Ukraine. With Ukraine’s President fighting to keep his country’s lifeline of military and humanitarian open, Putin ticks off some modest, but nonetheless significant wins.

CBC News - Top Stories - 8 minutes ago

Ukraine hoped to defeat Russia in 2023. It made military and political errors, and failed

Kyiv’s victory hopes knocked by failed counteroffensive and Western funding fears

Irish Times - World - 2 hours ago

Musk calls out Biden over US journalist jailed by Ukraine

It’s a “serious problem” if US blogger Gonzalo Lira is being detained by Kiev simply for criticizing Ukraine’s president, Elon Musk has said

Russia Today - US News - 2 hours ago


The White House says a failure to approve more aid by year's end could have catastrophic consequences for Ukraine and its ability to fight.

Huffington Post - Top Stories - 2 hours ago

West's '500-year domination of the world' coming to an end, says Russia

The foreign minister - who is sanctioned by the UK and the EU - also spoke about the "hybrid war" he says the West is waging against Russia.

Sky News - Top Stories - 3 hours ago

Russia won't allow 'Nazi state' on its border – Moscow

Russia’s goals to “demilitarize” and “denazify” Ukraine remain among its top priorities, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova says

Russia Today - Top Stories - 4 hours ago

Ukraine War Maps Show Ground Won, Lost as Russia Steps Up Offensives

"Ukrainian forces maintain the initiative in key areas of southern Ukraine," the Institute for the Study of War said in its report.

Newsweek - Top Stories - 5 hours ago

How Ukraine war effort would be impacted if it loses U.S. aid

CNN's Bianca Nobilo speaks with Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Goncharenko on the need for continued U.S. support, and what's at stake if they don't get it.

CNN - World - 6 hours ago

Exclusive – Donald Trump Jr: Biden Administration Gave Putin 'Every Excuse' to Invade Ukraine

Donald Trump Jr. appeared on Breitbart News Saturday and contended the Biden administration gave Russia "every excuse" to invade Ukraine.

Breitbart - World - 6 hours ago

Egypt, Russia to continue efforts over Gaza war ceasefire

TEHRAN, Dec. 10 (MNA) – Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin agreed Saturday to continue efforts to achieve a cease-ire in the Gaza Strip.

Mehr News Agency - World - 6 hours ago

Afghanistan Cloud Looms Over Ukraine for US—And for Russia

Both countries retain painful memories of overreach in Afghanistan, as the White House and Kremlin pursue competing visions in Ukraine.

Newsweek - World - 8 hours ago

Russia Puts Prominent Russian-American Journalist on Wanted List

Russia opens criminal case against Masha Gessen, accusing them of spreading false information about the Russian army

Voice of America - US News - 14 hours ago

US aid to Ukraine

US aid to Ukraine

Korea Times - Opinion - 15 hours ago

Russia puts prominent Russian-US journalist Masha Gessen on wanted list for criminal charges -- December 8, 2023

Gessen interviewed the prominent Russian journalist Yury Dud in September 2022, in which they discussed Russian atrocities in the Ukrainian town of Bucha

The Globe and Mail - World - 17 hours ago

U.S. aid for Ukraine by year-end seems increasingly of out reach as GOP ties it to border security

A deal to provide further U.S. assistance to Ukraine by year-end appears to be increasingly out of reach for President Joe Biden. The impasse is deepening in Congress despite dire warnings from the Wh

Washington Times - Politics - 19 hours ago

Polish truckers may be adding to Ukraine bloodshed, aid coordinator warns

Humanitarian organizations say the Polish blockade is detrimental to their efforts, puts war against Russia in greater jeopardy.

Newsweek - Top Stories - 21 hours ago

Top Republican Senators: Joe Biden's $106 Billion Ukraine Aid Plan Hides a Migrant 'Magnet'

Joe Biden's request for $106 billion in aid to Ukraine and Israel includes a hidden magnet for more migration, say Republican senators.

Breitbart - World - 22 hours ago

Russia warns Israel that Hamas tunnel plan would amount to 'war crime' if pursued

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued a rare letter to the Security Council over the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, urging the group to pursue an immediate cease-fire.

Fox News - Politics - 22 hours ago

GOP ties new U.S. aid for Ukraine to border security, making funding seem unlikely by year's end

A deal to provide further U.S. assistance to Ukraine by year-end appears to be increasingly out of reach for President Biden.

Los Angeles Times - World - 22 hours ago

Olena Zelenska warns Ukraine in 'mortal danger' without foreign aid

First lady’s comments come after Republican senators in the US blocked a bill containing support for Ukraine

Irish Times - World - 23 hours ago

Zelensky clamps down on corruption to win EU's favor

Vladimir Zelensky has signed three laws to tackle endemic corruption in Ukraine and move the country closer to EU membership

Russia Today - Top Stories - 1 day ago

Hundreds of thousands wounded and dead in Ukraine as war grinds on, intelligence suggests -- News

With no end in sight after more than 21 months of war, the number of people killed or wounded in the Russian invasion of Ukraine is in the hundreds of thousands, intelligence estimates suggest.

CBC News - World - 1 day ago

Ukraine 'in mortal danger' and 'will die' without more aid, says Zelenska

The wife of Volodymyr Zelensky told the BBC that a slowdown in military aid and financial support was a ‘mortal danger’ for the country

Telegraph UK - Top Stories - 1 day ago

US farmer tears into Biden administration over China, Russia payment claims: 'A real slap in the face'

National Black Farmers Association President John Boyd Jr. is sounding the alarm on the Biden administration for sending money for American farmers to China.

Fox News - Business - 1 day ago

Russia Downscales New Year's Celebrations to Pay for Ukraine War

Several local leaders have announced plans to cut back on holiday celebrations and instead send money to Russia's troops on the front lines.

Newsweek - World - 1 day ago

Ukraine's human rights envoy calls for a faster way to bring back children deported by Russia

Russia stands accused of deporting Ukrainian children to the territory that it controls, prompting the ICC to issue arrest warrants for Vladimir Putin.

Fox News - Technology - 1 day ago

Russia puts prominent Russian-US journalist Masha Gessen on wanted list for criminal charges

Russian police have put prominent Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen on a wanted list after opening a criminal case against them on charges of spreading false information about the Russian army

Independent UK - World - 1 day ago

EU wants China to help sanction Russia

Brussels has threatened to “name and shame” 13 Chinese companies unless Beijing goes along with the sanctions on Russia

Russia Today - World - 1 day ago

Ukraine vanquishing the other enemy

Examples of selflessness, especially in curbing corruption, not only aid the war effort but also may help Ukraine join the European Union.

Christian Science Monitor - Top Stories - 1 day ago

Russian hackers accused of targeting U.S. intel community -- The Justice Department accused Russia-based hackers of targeting U.S. intelligence officials as part of an international spear phishing campaign. -- Dec 7

The Justice Department accused Russia-based hackers of targeting U.S. intelligence officials as part of an international spear phishing campaign.

CBS News - Technology - 1 day ago

Defeating Russia is in America's national interest

The global competition between Washington and Moscow has reached a critical point. The Biden administration and Congress have an opportunity to score a historic victory over Russia, America’s perennial adversary, without the death of a single U.S. soldier. To accomplish such a decisive objective over the coming months, Washington needs to provide all the firepower that Ukraine needs to drive out Russia’s invading force.

Washington Examiner - World - 2 days ago

Putin will seek another presidential term in Russia, aiming to extend his rule of over two decades -- Vladimir Putin has moved to prolong his repressive and unyielding grip on Russia for at least another six years, announcing his candidacy in the presidential election next March that he is all but certain to win.

Vladimir Putin has moved to prolong his repressive and unyielding grip on Russia for at least another six years, announcing his candidacy in the presidential election next March that he is all but certain to win.

Chicago Tribune - US News - 2 days ago

China and Xi Jinping's Approval Rating Skyrockets in Russia

As Russia navigates the sanctions and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, its alliance with Beijing has become increasingly vital.

Newsweek - World - 2 days ago

Russia Election 2024: Putin plans to seal presidency for another six years

Kremlin has yet to issue an official declaration regarding Putin's candidature

International The News - World - 2 days ago

Putin to seek another presidential term in Russia

Relations between South Korea and Russia are expected to get stuck in limbo, with Moscow apparently criticizing Seoul’s alleged indirect artillery ammunition support for Ukraine, w...

Korea Times - Top Stories - 2 days ago

International attention has swung from the war in Ukraine to the conflict in the Middle East.

In the US, Republicans are blocking further military aid for Ukraine. Hungary's leader, Viktor Orban, wants to veto a comprehensive EU aid package. Is Ukraine being left in the lurch?

Deutsche Welle - Top Stories - 2 days ago

Calmes: Republicans' blocking aid to Ukraine is next-level cynicism

To the delight of Vladimir Putin, further U.S. support for Ukraine is in real doubt for the first time since Russia invaded 21 months ago.

Los Angeles Times - Politics - 2 days ago

Will Russia-backed Venezuela start a war in South America? | Defence in Depth

Like any bad actor, Vladimir Putin will take full advantage of a crisis to draw the world’s attention away from Ukraine

Telegraph UK - World - 2 days ago

White House flexible on asylum to secure Ukraine aid, source says

The Biden administration is considering getting behind new restrictions on who can seek asylum and an expanded deportation process to secure new aid for Ukraine and Israel in a supplemental funding bill, a source familiar with discussions said.

Euractiv - World - 2 days ago

Lord Cameron denies political interference on US aid to Ukraine

He said he was ‘making an argument’ in the hope the US will ‘vote through that money’.

Evening Standard - Politics - 2 days ago

Russia Starts New Phase in Ukraine War

Russian shelling damaged part of Kyiv's energy infrastructure on Thursday, Ukraine's Ministry of Energy said.

Newsweek - Top Stories - 2 days ago

World News -- Britain accuses Russia of cyberattacks aimed at democratic processes -- British Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden said Thursday that Russia has attacked Britain with years of sustained cyber operations targeting democratic processes.

British Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden said Thursday that Russia has attacked Britain with years of sustained cyber operations targeting democratic processes.

UPI - World - 2 days ago

Russia open for business – Putin

International companies willing to cooperate with Russia are always welcome, President Vladimir Putin has said

Russia Today - Business - 2 days ago

Putin says 'no one can stop' Russia as presidential election set for March

‘We can’t let Putin win,’ Biden tells Republicans blocking US aid to Ukraine

Irish Times - World - 2 days ago

WATCH: Kyiv Christmas tree offers residents a rare moment of festivity

VIDEO : The Christmas tree in Kyiv was lit up on Wednesday evening, attracting dozens of residents to enjoy the festivities on St. Nicholas Day.

Euronews - World - 3 days ago

Russia Vows to Provide More Oil Data Following OPEC+ Calls for Transparency

Russia has promised to provide data about its production, inventories, and fuel output after OPEC+ asked for more transparency in its data. - Business - 3 days ago

Russia-China trade increases 26% in a year

Economic cooperation between Russia and China has surged by more than a quarter since the start of the year, customs data shows

Russia Today - Business - 3 days ago

World News -- Russia sets presidential election for March 2024 -- Russia's Senate voted Thursday to hold the country's next presidential election in March 2024, with incumbent President Vladimir Putin widely expected to announce his candidacy and win another term.

Russia's Senate voted Thursday to hold the country's next presidential election in March 2024, with incumbent President Vladimir Putin widely expected to announce his candidacy and win another term.

UPI - World - 3 days ago

U.S. News -- U.S. unveils new security package for Ukraine as future of aid uncertain -- The United States has unveiled a new security package for Ukraine as President Joe Biden's emergency funding bill for Kyiv and other allies falters in the Senate.

The United States has unveiled a new security package for Ukraine as President Joe Biden's emergency funding bill for Kyiv and other allies falters in the Senate.

UPI - World - 3 days ago

Russia used 'spear-phishing' to steal information from UK politicians

The country's ambassador has been summoned while two members of the 'Star Blizzard' hacking group, including a Russian intelligence officer, have been sanctioned.

Sky News - Technology - 3 days ago

China and Russia are chief culprits in election disinformation increase, report says

According to a report from the Communications Security Establishment, cyberattacks are on the rise in national elections around the world

The Globe and Mail - Politics - 3 days ago

Russia sets presidential election date amid messages mocking the West

As Russia announced on 7 December the date of the 2024 presidential elections, Russian president Vladimir Putin and a closest ally banked on an anti-Western rhetoric and on the assumption that Ukraine will become a ‘black hole’ for the US.

Euractiv - World - 3 days ago

Putin's spy chief says Ukraine could become a 'second Vietnam' for the U.S. as it drags on resources

President Joe Biden pleaded with Republicans Wednesday for a fresh tranche of aid for Kyiv, warning that victory for Russia in Ukraine would strengthen Moscow.

CNBC - Politics - 3 days ago

Russia will post 3.5% economic growth for 2023 – Putin

The Russian economy has already grown beyond levels recorded prior to the conflict in Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin says

Russia Today - Business - 3 days ago

Republicans block Ukraine and Israel aid package bill

Joe Biden described the move as 'stunning' and said it could have dangerous consequences for Kyiv

Evening Standard - World - 3 days ago

Putin moves closer to fifth term as Russia sets date for election

Putin is eligible to seek two more six-year terms after his current one expires next year potentially allowing him to remain in power until 2036

Evening Standard - World - 3 days ago

Biden's Israel support leaves him as isolated as Russia on world stage: analyst

Washington's stated unconditional backing of Israel has been a longstanding pillar of its Middle East foreign policy.

CNBC - Politics - 3 days ago

DOJ files war crime charges; Russia flexes its muscles as Putin meets allies in Middle East

Russian President Vladimir Putin is making a rare trip abroad Wednesday as he meets with allies in the Middle East.

CNBC - Politics - 3 days ago

'This Cannot Wait': Biden Urges Congress To Pass Ukraine Aid

President Joe Biden urged feuding US lawmakers Wednesday to approve military aid for Kyiv, warning that Russian President Vladimir Putin would not stop with Ukraine and could even clash with NATO.

International Business Times - US News - 3 days ago

Ukraine defense minister visits Pentagon amid questions about future of aid

Ukraine's Defense Minister Rustem Umerov met with US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on6 December, amid increasing warnings from the US administration to Congress that it is running out of time and money to help Ukraine fight its war against Russia.

Euractiv - World - 3 days ago

Russian oil exports yielding more revenue than before Ukraine conflict – Bloomberg

Russia’s monthly revenues from oil exports are reportedly higher than before the start of the military operation in Ukraine

Russia Today - Business - 3 days ago

Don't let Putin win, Biden warns Republicans over spending for Ukraine

‘If Putin takes Ukraine, he won’t stop there’

Independent UK - Politics - 3 days ago

US Announces New Weapons Aid for Ukraine as Congress Is Stalled on More Funding

The U.S. is sending a $175 million package of military aid to Ukraine, including guided missiles for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, anti-armor systems and high-speed anti-radiation missiles. - US News - 3 days ago

Three things Biden could do to move Republicans on Ukraine aid

Rebuking Democrats, Republicans in Congress are refusing to support the Biden administration's push for a major new financial aid injection for Ukraine.

Washington Examiner - World - 3 days ago

McConnell Backs GOP Border Policy Demands, Blocking New Ukraine Aid

The Democrats' $110 billion proposed bill provides around $10 billion for border patrol, counter-narcotics, and immigration enforcement operations.

Epoch Times - Top Stories - 3 days ago

Biden Urges Congress to Pass Ukraine Aid Package While Expressing Openness to Mexico Border Changes

Speaking at the White House, Biden said Republicans who are insisting on border policy changes as a condition for voting for the aid “are playing chicken with our national security." - US News - 3 days ago

Joe Biden's Alias Exchanged 5 Emails with Biden Associate Before 2014 Ukraine Trip, 27 Afterward

Joe Biden's email alias exchanged five messages with Eric Schwerin before Biden visited Ukraine in 2014 and 27 emails after the trip ended.

Breitbart - World - 3 days ago

US charges war crime against Russians accused of torturing American in Ukraine

Washington: Four Russian men accused of torturing an American during the invasion of Ukraine have been charged with war crimes in a case that s the fi...

Peninsula Qatar - US News - 3 days ago

US Charges Four Pro-Russian Troops In Ukraine With War Crimes

The United States charged four pro-Russian soldiers with war crimes on Wednesday for the abduction and torture of an American national in Ukraine.

International Business Times - Top Stories - 4 days ago

U.S. Files War Crime Charges Against Russians Accused Of Torturing American In Ukraine

The case marks the first prosecution against Russians in connection with atrocities during their war against Ukraine.

Huffington Post - World - 4 days ago

US Files War Crime Charges Against Russian Troops Accused of Torturing an American in Ukraine

The case marks the first prosecution against Russians in connection with atrocities during their war against Ukraine and is the first war crimes case involving the victimization of an American, officials said. - US News - 4 days ago

Iran-Russia trade hits 1.7 billion in 1st eight months

TEHRAN, Dec. 06 (MNA) – The chairman of the Iranian customs administration said that Iran-Russia trade reached 1.7 billion in the first eight months of this year in the Iranian calendar, showing 18% increase compared to the same period last year. ​

Mehr News Agency - Business - 4 days ago

Ukraine war: Russia's hard line at European security meeting raises tensions

After months of diplomatic wrangling, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe was granted another lease of life at the ministerial council meeting in a messy compromise between Russia and the West.

UPI - Opinion - 4 days ago

U.S. Aid to Ukraine Is in Deep Trouble, to Putin's Delight

A Republican-generated quagmire in the House over border security and spending levels may not be resolvable before the end of the year.

New York Magazine - Politics - 4 days ago

Speaker Johnson tells White House Ukraine aid is 'dependent on' border policy changes

Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) responded to the White House’s latest request for increased aid to Ukraine, telling President Joe Biden that any additional funds approved by lawmakers would be “dependent” on the enactment of stricter security policies at the southern border.

Washington Examiner - World - 5 days ago

NATO chief issues vague warning on Ukraine-Russia war: 'Be prepared for bad news'

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said that "wars develop in phases," before admitting about Ukraine in an interview, "We should also be prepared for bad news."

Fox News - World - 5 days ago

Why Ukraine can't beat Russia's 'elastic defence' | About That

Progress on the battlefield between Russia and Ukraine has slowed in both directions. Andrew Chang explores Russia's "elastic defence" tactic and why Ukraine is struggling to find a strategic edge.

CBC News - World - 5 days ago

Ukraine prepares war crimes case over environmental damage

Ukraine is entering new legal territory. The country wants to see deliberate environmental destruction prosecuted as a war crime, and has built a groundbreaking ecocide case against Russia.

Deutsche Welle - Environment - 6 days ago

As its counteroffensive fizzles, Ukraine battles itself, Russia and a shift in the world's attention

Staring down a long and difficult winter, Ukraine is fighting on multiple fronts while the world's attention has shifted to the Israel-Hamas war in the Middle East.

NBC News - World - 7 days ago

Russia claims making advances on all fronts in Ukraine

Russia on Friday said its troops were progressing in all areas of the Ukrainian front, despite observers seeing little movement more a year and a half...

Daily Sabah - World - 9 days ago

Kyiv official says ex-UK PM Johnson derailed 2022 talks with Russia

Davyd Arakhamiia, a top advisor to Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the leader of the Servant of the People faction, said the Russian delegation at...

Daily Sabah - World - 10 days ago

Russia 'launches missiles from Black Sea'

It said four Kalibr missiles were launched and they hit Ukrainian military infrastructure. Sky News has not independently verified these claims.

Sky News - Top Stories - 11 days ago

Diamond traders brace for new scrutiny as Russia sanctions loom

Belgian traders are getting ready for increased scrutiny of their industry as European capitals gear up to enforce long-anticipated sanctions on...

Daily Sabah - Business - 12 days ago

More Ukrainian grain shipped via Black Sea despite Russia threat

Grain thunders into rail cars and trucks zip around a storage facility in central Ukraine, a place that growing numbers of companies turned to as they...

Daily Sabah - Business - 13 days ago

Russia places Meta spokesperson on wanted list

Andy Stone, Meta’s communications director, is wanted by Russia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs on unspecified terrorism charges

Independent UK - Technology - 13 days ago

The debate over Ukraine aid was already complicated. Then it became tangled up in US border security

President Joe Biden’s nearly $106 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel and other needs is sitting idle in Congress

The San Diego Union-Tribune - Politics - 14 days ago

Russia launches large-scale drone attack on Kyiv

At least five civilians were wounded in the hourslong assault, which saw several buildings damaged by falling debris from downed drones, including a kindergarten.

Sky News - Top Stories - 14 days ago

'The war is not over yet': Ukraine marks 10-year anniversary of pivotal Maidan Revolution

On Tuesday, Ukraine is celebrating 10 years since the start of the Maidan Revolution, the uprising that led to the downfall of the pro-Russian government and closer ties with the European Union. It

PRI - World - 18 days ago

EU's Michel lands in Kyiv as bloc looks at tough battle on Ukraine aid, accession talks

European Council President Charles Michel arrived in Kyiv on Tuesday (21 November) on yet another reassurance mission by a high-ranking EU official, just three weeks before a decisive end-of-year EU summit over support to Ukraine.

Euractiv - World - 19 days ago

Ukraine war: Cameron meets Zelenskyy in Kyiv

Three days after being reintroduced into the cabinet, David, now Lord Cameron has travelled to Ukraine to meet the president.

Sky News - Top Stories - 24 days ago

Report: Russian Military-Linked Hackers Responsible For 2022 Ukraine Grid Outage

Russian hackers affiliated with the GRU military intelligence agency disrupted parts of Ukraine's electricity grid in late 2022 using sophisticated new hacking tools, according to a new report. - World - 1 month ago

Russia expects more sanctions, but says they will hurt West too

The Kremlin said on Thursday that it expected the West to impose ever tougher sanctions on it over the war in Ukraine but that there was a growing sense...

Daily Sabah - Business - 1 month ago

Watch Out for Backroom Warmongers Urging NATO Entanglement in Ukraine

Recent proposals encouraging initiatives to increase NATO membership for Eastern European nations are antagonistic, ill-timed and of questionable strategic value to the U.S. - Opinion - 2 months ago

Erdoğan says West must 'keep promises' on Ukraine grain deal

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Tuesday that the revival of a key deal with Russia that allowed Ukraine to export its grain via the Black Sea...

Daily Sabah - Politics - 3 months ago

Russia opens fire on Ukraine-bound cargo ship in Black Sea

A Russian warship on Sunday fired warning shots at a cargo ship in the southwestern Black Sea as it made its way northwards, marking the first time Moscow...

Daily Sabah - Politics - 3 months ago

'Please hate the terrorist state': Trans people and allies speak up against a transphobic law in Russia

A group of anonymous activists who call themselves The Ural Queer Republic, from the Russian city of Ekaterinburg, announced an action and launched Twitter and Telegram channels before the approval of the law.

Global Voices - Health - 4 months ago

'Are you rejoicing at the prospect of a decrepit and impotent maniac being swept away by a pack of brutal bloody cannibals?' Twitter users are divided about the armed coup in Russia

Mercenary troops have reportedly seized control of military infrastructure in both Rostov-on-Don and Voronezh, the two largest cities in the south of Russia.

Global Voices - World - 5 months ago

Bulgarian ammo to Ukraine could impact war

In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Slovakia failing to inform the Commission about the country's progress regarding its climate and energy plan, Hungary's parliament finally ratifying Finland's NATO membership, and so much more.

Euractiv - Politics - 8 months ago

Athletes in Ukraine strive for Olympic gold

As Ukrainian athletes train for the Summer Olympics next year in Paris, it is unclear whether or not Russian athletes will be allowed to compete in the Games.

PRI - Sports - 8 months ago

IOC president blasts Ukraine – media

International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Back has reportedly urged Kiev against calls to boycott the Paris 2024 Games

Russia Today - Sports - 10 months ago

Russia and Belarus may be permitted to send neutral delegations to the 2024 Olympics

Ukraine’s Sports Minister Vadim Guttsait says his country might boycott the Paris Olympics next year if Russia and Belarus are granted entry

Russia Today - Sports - 10 months ago

Ukraine Invaded by Russia: Inside the War, the Refugee Crisis and the World's Reaction

Russia's invasion of Ukraine began Feb. 24. Since then, at least 24,000 people have been killed and at least 10 million people have been displaced.

Inside Edition - Top Stories - 1 year ago

In the Ukraine Conflict, Fake Fact-Checks Are Being Used to Spread Disinformation

Social media posts debunking purported Ukrainian disinformation are themselves fake. That doesn’t stop them from being featured on Russian state TV.

ProPublica - Technology - 1 year ago