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Future world order being decided by Ukraine conflict – Russia’s top senator

Russia Today 24 Feb 2024
The standoff between Moscow and Kiev has turned into a major confrontation involving the West, Valentina Matvienko has said. The outcome of the conflict between Moscow and Kiev will be felt in every ...
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Russia-Ukraine war: 10 years and still no end in sight

Cedar News 24 Feb 2024
Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine began with the annexation of Crimea in 2014. For much of the Ukrainian population, the conflict was remote — until February 2022, when Moscow launched its full-scale invasion ....
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After two years of war... is Putin WINNING? Ukraine is losing territory and out of ...

The Daily Mail 24 Feb 2024
Iran has been supplying Russia with countless Shahed drones used to devastating effect by Moscow's troops in kamikaze attacks on Ukrainian population centres, and in turn is set to receive a fleet of ...
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Two years after Ukraine war, pessimism grows among Europeans

Arab News 24 Feb 2024
However, a recent key report found only 10 percent of Europeans still believe Kyiv can “win” its battle against Moscow ... More than 30 percent of the population in both these nations believe a Russian victory is more likely.
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Gloating Putin mocks Ukraine

The Daily Mail 20 Feb 2024
The town, which once had a population of 32,000, fell to Russia on Saturday, Putin's biggest battlefield victory since Moscow captured the city of Bakhmut in May 2023 ... Moscow has tried to capture ...
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Ukraine Crushingly Defeated at the International Court of Justice (ICJ)

GlobalResearch 19 Feb 2024
Several charges levelled by Ukraine in 2017 related to purported treatment of Crimea’s Tatar and Ukrainian population, following the peninsula’s reunification with Moscow in March 2014 ... Moscow was ...
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Russian forces in full control of Avdiivka coke plant

CyprusMail 19 Feb 2024
Avdiivka, which had a pre-war population of around 32,000 and is called Avdeyevka by Russians, was briefly taken in 2014 by Moscow-backed separatists who seized a swathe of eastern Ukraine but was ...
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Russia Announces Capture Of Avdiivka After Months Of Fighting

News18 18 Feb 2024
Russia said on February 17 that its forces had inflicted a series of defeats on Ukrainian forces along the 1,000-km (620-mile) front line just as Ukrainian troops withdrew from the devastated eastern ...
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Russia claims Avdiivka but Ukrainian soldiers holed up at coke plant

Business Day 18 Feb 2024
Avdiivka, which had a pre-war population of about 32,000 and is called Avdeyevka by Russians, was briefly taken in 2014 by Moscow-backed separatists who seized a swathe of eastern Ukraine but was ...
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Escalating Tensions: Russia's Move Against the Baltic States and the West

LBC International 18 Feb 2024
Today, with Russia's invasion of Ukraine, there is growing concern among the Baltic states about being the next targets after Ukraine, especially since 25% of Estonia and Latvia's populations are of Russian origin.
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'Mourners in Moscow laid flowers at a makeshift memorial for late opposition leader Alexei Navalny'

France24 17 Feb 2024
In corners of the world with a large, emigrant Russian population, people gathered to protest, ...
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Russia says forces move forward after Ukraine withdraws from Avdiivka

The News International 17 Feb 2024
Avdiivka, which had a pre-war population of around 32,000 and is called Avdeyevka by Russians, was briefly taken in 2014 by Moscow-backed separatists who seized a swathe of eastern Ukraine but was ...
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Russia says its forces move forward after Ukraine withdraws from Avdiivka

CyprusMail 17 Feb 2024
Avdiivka, which had a pre-war population of around 32,000 and is called Avdeyevka by Russians, was briefly taken in 2014 by Moscow-backed separatists who seized a swathe of eastern Ukraine but was ...
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No direct threat of Russian attack on NATO – US

Russia Today 16 Feb 2024
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a recent interview with US journalist Tucker Carlson that NATO leaders are trying to intimidate their own populations with an imaginary threat from Moscow, but ...
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Moscow warns against protests after Alexei Navalny death: ‘Necessary to warn’

Hindustan Times 16 Feb 2024
Some larger demonstrations also took place in Tbilisi, Yerevan and Belgrade -- home to significant populations of Russians who fled the country following Moscow's military offensive on Ukraine.

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In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office, Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Italy's Premier Giorgia Meloni, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, from right to left, attend laying flowers ceremony at the Wall of Remembrance to pay tribute to killed Ukrainian soldiers, in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has welcomed Western leaders to Kyiv to mark the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion, as Ukrainian forces run low on ammunition and foreign aid hangs in the balance.
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