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Zelenskyy says Ukraine has 'a chance at victory' thanks to weapons provided in new U.S. aid package

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanked U.S. leaders for passing a $60.8 billion aid package through the House earlier in the weekend.

NBC News - Top Stories - 19 hours ago

Ukraine strikes 8 Russian regions in long-range drone attacks

The overnight attacks, which were confirmed by the Defence Ministry in Moscow, came amid a Russian airstrike campaign that has battered Ukraine's energy system and pounded its cities in recent weeks.

CBC News - World - 2 hours ago

Ukraine reports downing 5 Russian drones as US Senate nears vote on aid bill

Russian attack causes damage in Odesa, governor says

Voice of America - World - 2 hours ago

Russia slams $61 billion U.S. aid package, saying it will 'ruin' Ukraine and create more carnage

Ukraine has received a reprieve after the U.S. House of Representatives passed a $61 billion foreign aid package for Kyiv over the weekend.

CNBC - Politics - 2 hours ago

Russia claims advances near Chasiv Yar as Ukraine hails new aid

KYIV: Russia said Sunday its forces had gained territory near the key battleground town of Chasiv Yar in east Ukraine, highlighting the pressure facing Kyiv as it gears up to receive $61 billion in new US aid.

Manila Times - World - 3 hours ago

Aid approval brings Ukraine closer to replenishing troops struggling to hold front lines

Approval by the U.S. House of Representatives of a $61 billion package for Ukraine puts the country a step closer to getting an infusion of new firepower.

Stars and Stripes - Top Stories - 3 hours ago

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 788

As the war enters its 788th day, these are the main developments.

Aljazeera - Top Stories - 4 hours ago

Western military aid to Ukraine closes spending gap with Russia - SIPRI report

Western military aid to Ukraine has narrowed the spending gap between Ukraine and Russia to $10 billion, as an investment race is spreading globally, according to the latest data on military spending released by SIPRI

Euractiv - World - 5 hours ago

How Speaker was convinced to defy Republicans and deliver aid to Ukraine

The US House Speaker’s personal dilemma likely explains months of delay that undoubtedly cost Ukrainian lives and has helped Russia make battlefield gains.

Sydney Morning Herald - Top Stories - 5 hours ago

Lindsey Graham crediting Trump for Ukraine aid passing raises eyebrows

"President Trump has created a loan component to this package that gives us leverage down the road," the GOP senator said Sunday.

Newsweek - Top Stories - 6 hours ago

Here's What Israel and Ukraine Are Getting Under the Aid Package

The package, approved by the House on Saturday, would provide billions in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies.

Newsweek - Top Stories - 6 hours ago

Opinion | A Shaky World Order: Can India Navigate A Russia-China-Iran Axis?

India may find it hard to balance its deepening ties with the West and the emerging partnership between China, Russia and Iran. A Cold War-style confrontation can be detrimental to India's approach of multi-alignment and strategic autonomy.

NDTV - Opinion - 6 hours ago

Zelenskyy: More US weapons give Ukraine 'a chance' to defeat Russia 

US House approves new arms package, with Senate likely to follow this week

Voice of America - US News - 8 hours ago

In Ukraine, relief over U.S. aid vote — and fear over what an angry Russia will do next

Amid worsening Ukraine war outlook, an infusion of American military aid is seen as crucial in the fight against Russian invaders. Will it be enough?

Los Angeles Times - World - 9 hours ago

The House passes billions in aid for Ukraine and Israel after months of struggle. Next is the Senate -- April 20, 2024

Aid to Israel and the other allies also won approval by healthy margins, as did a measure to clamp down on the popular platform TikTok, signs of how unique coalitions formed to push the separate bills forward

The Globe and Mail - World - 9 hours ago

Ukraine can win – Zelensky

Ukraine can prevail against Russia but only if the US sends more aid as soon as possible, Vladimir Zelensky has said

Russia Today - US News - 11 hours ago

US aid for Ukraine is welcome, but the wider West must step up

The Americans are taking on a disproportionately large financial burden to help protect a country whose neighbours need to do far more

Telegraph UK - World - 11 hours ago

MTG Demands Speaker Mike Johnson 'Resign' or 'Be Vacated' Over Ukraine Aid

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene continues her quest to force Speaker Mike Johnson to "resign" or "be vacated," but she may not have the votes.

Rolling Stone - Top Stories - 12 hours ago

What will US aid pack­age to Kyiv mean for Rus­sia's war on Ukraine?

Kyiv says aid is vital as it battles Russian invaders, but Kremlin says it will prolong war.

Aljazeera - US News - 12 hours ago

Once foreign aid bill signed, this is how US can rush weapons to Ukraine

Weapons could get moving within days after bill passes

Voice of America - US News - 1 day ago

The House passes billions in aid for Ukraine and Israel after months of struggle. Next is the Senate

WASHINGTON — The House has approved $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare weekend session as Democrats and Republicans banded together after months of hard-rig

The Columbian - Politics - 13 hours ago

HOUSE BREAKTHROUGHS: Ukraine Money Approved

It's part of a larger package worth $95 billion that will go to the Senate, where approval may take time but is considered almost certain.

Huffington Post - Top Stories - 14 hours ago

Ukraine faces tough weeks ahead on battlefield with Russia despite approval of fresh US funding

Volodymyr Zelenskiy had warned Ukraine would lose the war without US funding

Irish Times - World - 15 hours ago

Liz Cheney Responds to Republicans Opposing Ukraine Aid

The former GOP representative praised those who supported the $60.8 billion package on Saturday.

Newsweek - US News - 15 hours ago

Zelensky: U.S. Weapons Will Give Ukraine 'a Chance at Victory' Against Russia

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed gratitude for the U.S. House passing a bill for aid to Ukraine, saying it will help them win the war.

Rolling Stone - Top Stories - 17 hours ago

U.S. House passes billions in aid for Ukraine and Israel after months of struggle. Next is the Senate

The House swiftly approved US$95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies after months of political turmoil over renewed American support for repelling Russia's invasion.

CTV News - Top Stories - 18 hours ago

Zelenskyy doesn't believe 'rumors' about Trump's plan to end Russia-Ukraine war

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy joins Meet the Press exclusively to discuss the former President Donald Trump's plan to end the war between Russia and Ukraine.

NBC News - Politics - 19 hours ago

Ukraine is 'preparing' for major Russian offensive, Zelenskyy says

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy tells Kristen Welker that Ukraine is "preparing" for a major Russian offensive in the coming months — but it did "lose the initiative" in the East after stalls in aid and weapons.

NBC News - World - 19 hours ago

Alexander Vindman Celebrates Sending Ukraine $60B in Aid from House Floor

Alexander Vindman, the former NSC staffer and Army officer who sparked the impeachment of former President Donald Trump over Ukraine aid, celebrated Congress's passage of a bill to send $60 billion more to Ukraine on Saturday.

Breitbart - Politics - 21 hours ago

Top Eurocrat Verhofstadt Brands Republicans Who Voted Against Ukraine Aid as 'Traitors'

Former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt said Republicans who voted against the $61 billion to fund the war in Ukraine are "traitors".

Breitbart - Politics - 21 hours ago

Russia Suffers Setback in Push To Capture Critical Fortress City: UK

Moscow hopes to capture the eastern town of Chasiv Yar by May 9, Ukraine's military has said.

Newsweek - World - 21 hours ago

Russia says deeper US hybrid war using Ukraine will end in Vietnam-style humiliation

MOSCOW: Russia said on Sunday (Apr 21) that US lawmakers' approval of US$60.84 billion more in support for Ukraine showed that Washington was wading deeper into a hybrid war with Russia that wou

Channel NewsAsia - World - 22 hours ago

Russia says deeper U.S. hybrid war using Ukraine will end in Vietnam-style humiliation

Russia said that U.S. lawmakers' approval of $60.84 billion more in support for Ukraine showed that Washington was wading deeper into a hybrid war with Russia.

CNBC - Top Stories - 23 hours ago

Seeking 'the right side of history,' Speaker Mike Johnson risks his job to deliver aid to Ukraine

The speaker wrestled over whether to lead the House in approving a foreign aid package of $95 billion for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan and humanitarian support, which many in his own Republican majority opposed.

Boston Globe - Politics - 23 hours ago

First Look -- The House passes aid packages for Ukraine and Israel, ending months of wrangling -- Congressional leaders pushed aside opposition from hard-right conservatives to complete the $95 billion package of foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session. The Senate would still need to approve the measures in the coming days.

Congressional leaders pushed aside opposition from hard-right conservatives to complete the $95 billion package of foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session. The Senate would still need to approve the measures in the coming days.

Christian Science Monitor - US News - 23 hours ago

Blinken to warn China against helping Russia in Ukraine conflict

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will visit Beijing next week and pressure Chinese leaders to halt weapons-related exports to Russia

Russia Today - World - 1 day ago

Russia Issues Furious Warning After Ukraine Aid Bill

"The people of Ukraine are sincerely grateful to the U.S. Congress," Andriy Yermak, the head of Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky's office, said on Saturday.

Newsweek - World - 1 day ago

US law­mak­ers re­buked for wav­ing Ukraine flags as aid bill is passed

This is the moment the US House of Representatives approved a military aid package worth $95 billion to support Ukraine.

Aljazeera - US News - 1 day ago

US Congress moves closer to approving Ukraine aid bill

The US Senate has scheduled a vote on an additional $61 billion in aid for Kiev on April 23

Russia Today - World - 1 day ago

Ukraine and its partners express relief as US aid moves ahead

Ukrainian officials expressed gratitude and relief after the U.S. House of Representatives approved $60.8 billion in aid to Ukraine, overcoming months of intense Republican opposition to fund urgently needed weapons for the country’s military.

Stars and Stripes - Top Stories - 1 day ago

Top N. Korean agriculture official departs for Russia

North Korea's top agriculture official has embarked on a trip to Russia, Pyongyang's state media said Sunday, amid chronic food shortages in the North.

Korea Times - Top Stories - 1 day ago

Congressmembers explain their votes against foreign aid for Ukraine and Israel

Despite the passage of two foreign aid bills in the House Saturday, the representatives that voted against them continued to voice their opposition.

Washington Examiner - Top Stories - 1 day ago

US House speaker, who strongly opposed Ukraine aid, ushers it through

In a head-spinning shift, Mike Johnson last week emerged as a passionate defender of a long-delayed aid package Kyiv it needs to defend against Russian invasion forces

Voice of America - US News - 1 day ago

After Congress finally does pass new funding, this is how the US can rush weapons to Ukraine

The Pentagon can get weapons moving to Ukraine quickly because it has a network of storage sites in the U.S. and Europe. Those sites already hold some of the munitions and air defense components that Kyiv desperately needs to fight Russia.

Stars and Stripes - US News - 1 day ago

Ukraine aid passes the House but may cost the GOP speaker his job

Growing conservative discontent is likely to be amplified after Mike Johnson relies on Democrats to pass Ukraine aid

Independent UK - US News - 1 day ago

Marjorie Taylor Greene accuses speaker of betraying America over Ukraine aid

The Republican firebrand issued fresh calls for Mike Johnson’s removal after a $60 billion package for Ukraine was approved

Telegraph UK - Top Stories - 1 day ago

Congress finally passes $60.8B billion Ukraine aid bill

Volodymyr Zelensky immediately issues thanks to the US House – just as a conservative revolt threatens to oust Mike Johnson for backing bill to help embattled European ally

Independent UK - World - 1 day ago

Blinken to visit China amid claims about Russia support

The US secretary of state on Friday accused China of ‘fueling’ Moscow’s war in Ukraine.

Radio Free Asia - Top Stories - 1 day ago

Zelenskyy 'grateful' after $60.8bn Ukraine aid package approved by US House of Representatives

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy tweeted to say he was "grateful" for the decision, which he said "keeps history on the right track".

Sky News - World - 1 day ago

Congress passes bill that could unlock billions in frozen Russian assets for Ukraine

More than $6 billion of the $300 billion in frozen Russian assets are sitting in U.S. banks.

NBC News - Top Stories - 1 day ago

Russia Preparing for Large-Scale Conflict With NATO: ISW

The expansion of the Leningrad Military District comes as Moscow readies itself for a war with the alliance.

Newsweek - World - 1 day ago

Ukraine Strikes at Heart of Russia With Massive Drone Attack

An oil facility in Bryansk oblast is the latest piece of energy infrastructure to be hit in a drone attack linked to Ukraine.

Newsweek - World - 1 day ago

Ukraine aid bill clears critical hurdle in the House as Democrats supply the votes

The 316-94 vote cleared the way for the House to bring up the aid package, teeing up separate votes Saturday on each of its parts.

Boston Globe - Politics - 1 day ago

As Russia presses forward, Ukraine pleads with Canada for armour, air defence

A leading member of the Ukrainian parliament delivered stark warnings to Canadian politicians and top defence officials this week in a series of mostly under-the-radar meetings in Ottawa ahead of the long-anticipated aid vote in the U.S. Congress.

CBC News - World - 2 days ago

US House advances $95 billion Ukraine-Israel package toward Saturday vote

The US House of Representatives advanced a $95 billion legislative package on Friday (19 April) providing aid to Ukraine, Israel and the Indo-Pacific in a broad bipartisan vote, overcoming hardline Republican opposition that had held it up for months.

Euractiv - Top Stories - 2 days ago

Ukraine downs Russian strategic bomber after airstrike kills eight

Ukraine shot down a Russian strategic bomber on Friday (19 April) after the warplane took part in a long-range airstrike that killed eight people in the central Dnipropetrovsk region, Kyiv said.

Euractiv - Top Stories - 2 days ago

Unlikely alliance clears way for House vote on Israel and Ukraine aid

A bipartisan House coalition took a key step toward moving to a vote on aid to Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan. The full House will now vote on the legislation this weekend. A separate bill could pave the way for a ban on TikTok. NBC News' Ryan Nobles reports.

NBC News - Technology - 2 days ago

Ukraine Spent Week Planning Ambush of Russian Tu-22M3 Bomber: Official

Kyiv's air force downed one of Russia's strategic bombers Friday for the first time since the war broke out in February 2022.

Newsweek - World - 2 days ago

Here's How the Pentagon Could Rush Weapons to Ukraine if Congress Approves Funding -- The Pentagon could get weapons moving to Ukraine quickly if Congress passes a long-delayed aid bill because it has a network...

The Pentagon could get weapons moving to Ukraine quickly if Congress passes a long-delayed aid bill because it has a network of storage sites in the U.S. and Europe.

Military.com - Top Stories - 2 days ago

World News -- Russian missile attacks kill 8 in Ukraine, damage residential building and railway -- Russian attacks in Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih and Synelnykove, Ukraine Friday destroyed several floors of a residential building killing eight people and damaging a railway station, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Russian attacks in Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih and Synelnykove, Ukraine Friday destroyed several floors of a residential building killing eight people and damaging a railway station, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky.

UPI - World - 2 days ago

US has found a surprising military frontier against Russia and China

The influence of Africa-US military pacts is likely to wane as multipolar world allows the continent turn to alternative strategic partners

Russia Today - Opinion - 2 days ago

Ukraine seeks air defences from 'lifesaver' allies after latest deadly Russian strike

Seven killed in Dnipro region as Kyiv’s forces claim to have shot down Russian bomber

Irish Times - World - 2 days ago

What's inside the $95 billion House package focused on aiding Ukraine and Israel

Speaker Mike Johnson has unveiled a long-awaited package of bills that will provide military aid to Ukraine and Israel, replenish US weapons systems and give humanitarian assistance to civilians in Gaza.

Boston Globe - Politics - 2 days ago

VR exhibition walks viewers through war-torn Ukraine

"War up Close" is a 360-degree virtual reality exhibition in Los Angeles that takes visitors through the streets of Ukraine and lets them see the devastation inflicted by the war. Angelina Bagdasaryan has the story, narrated by Anna Rice.

Voice of America - World - 2 days ago

Children among at least eight killed in Russian air strikes in Ukraine

Three children among those killed in Dnipropetrovsk region

Evening Standard - World - 2 days ago

Ukraine says it downed strategic bomber for the first time; 8 killed in major attack by Russia

Rescue operations were underway in the central Ukrainian region of Dnipropetrovsk after a major Russian missile attack killed at least eight people.

CNBC - Politics - 2 days ago

Russia aims to destroy Ukraine's energy generation capacity

After a first campaign of attacks on transmission infrastructures in 2022-23, Russia has recently started focusing its airstrikes on electricity-generating thermal and hydropower plants, causing an electricity deficit that may take years to make up for.

Euractiv - Environment - 2 days ago

Ukraine claims downing of Russian bomber, Moscow disputes crash cause

Ukraine's air force reported on Friday that it had shot down a Russian strategic bomber, but Moscow officials countered, stating that the plane...

Daily Sabah - World - 2 days ago

Major bank says EU trying to force it out of Russia

Raiffeisen Bank says it is being pressured by the European Central Bank to more rapidly scale back its presence in Russia

Russia Today - Business - 2 days ago

Russia's Zircon Hypersonic Missile Could Hit Kyiv in Minutes

Ukraine's southern military command said Russia has several dozen such missiles stockpiled at military hubs like Crimea.

Newsweek - Top Stories - 3 days ago

Man arrested over alleged plot to kill Ukrainian president Zelensky

If convicted, the suspect could face up to eight years in prison

Evening Standard - World - 3 days ago

US Supporting Ukraine for Own Benefit: Russia

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said efforts to aid Ukraine were about "putting guaranteed money in the pockets of the U.S."

Newsweek - Top Stories - 3 days ago

Ukraine Official Talks US Aid Package: 'We Have No Plan B'

Ukraine Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that his country is only focused on making "the most powerful decisions for Ukraine."

Newsweek - Top Stories - 3 days ago

House leaders toil to advance Ukraine and Israel aid. But threats to oust speaker grow.

House Speaker Mike Johnson's Republican leadership team raised the idea of quickly changing the procedural rules to make it harder to oust the speaker from office.

Boston Globe - Politics - 3 days ago

G7 leaders talk Ukraine defense support as Russia targets key infrastructure

The G7 leaders heard from the Ukrainian foreign minister as they discussed how to support Ukraine against the Russian invasion, as well as tensions between Israel and Iran.

Fox News - World - 3 days ago

'Unprecedented': Speaker Mike Johnson Moves to Pass Rule for Ukraine Aid Using Democrats

Rep. Thomas Massie said Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) is preparing to pass a rule for the foreign aid package using Democrats.

Breitbart - World - 3 days ago

Ukraine shoots down Russian drones as hopes rise for fresh US military aid

Kremlin silent on Crimea airbase blasts but dismisses impact of western arms

Irish Times - World - 3 days ago

Turkish 1st ever women's mounted archery team to debut in Russia

Türkiye's traditional mounted archery women's national team will make its international debut at the upcoming International Women's Mounted...

Daily Sabah - Sports - 3 days ago

Kremlin says 'far from favorable' frontline won't change for Ukraine; Kyiv asks to be defended like Israel

It's been a difficult week for Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as he continues to plead with allies for more military aid and air defenses.

CNBC - Politics - 3 days ago

What's inside the $95-billion House package focused on aiding Ukraine and Israel

What's in the House package of bills to provide military aid to Ukraine and Israel, replenish U.S. weapons systems and give humanitarian assistance in Gaza?

Los Angeles Times - Politics - 3 days ago

House Speaker Mike Johnson Pushes Towards a Vote on Aid for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan -- House Speaker Mike Johnson is pushing toward action this week on aid for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan, unveiling an elaborate...

House Speaker Mike Johnson is pushing toward action this week on aid for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan, unveiling an elaborate plan to break the package into separate votes to squeeze through the House's political divides on foreign policy.

Military.com - US News - 3 days ago

EU leaders back new Iran sanctions, pledge more assistance to Ukraine

European Union leaders decided on Wednesday (17 April) to step up sanctions against Iran after Tehran's missile and drone attack on Israel left world powers scrambling to prevent a wider conflict in the Middle East.

Euractiv - World - 4 days ago

Ukraine is trying to rally new troops. Vets say weapons are more urgent. -- Ukraine is scrambling to bolster its defenses, and on Tuesday rolled out a new, tougher conscription law. But with resupplies still snared in Washington, some veterans warn that more troops only offer so much help.

Ukraine is scrambling to bolster its defenses, and on Tuesday rolled out a new, tougher conscription law. But with resupplies still snared in Washington, some veterans warn that more troops only offer so much help.

Christian Science Monitor - World - 4 days ago

The Monitor's View -- Replenishing Ukraine -- From money to arms to recruits, Ukraine's leader tries to keep building up his country's protections. Yet he also focuses on the arts and culture. Why?

From money to arms to recruits, Ukraine’s leader tries to keep building up his country’s protections. Yet he also focuses on the arts and culture. Why?

Christian Science Monitor - Opinion - 4 days ago

US House sets long-awaited vote on aid for Ukraine and Israel

Hardline Republicans have threatened to try to oust speaker Mike Johnson if aid vote goes ahead

Irish Times - World - 4 days ago

EU Sanctions on Russia Face Legal Challenges

The recent legal challenges to the EU's sanctions against Russia, including the delisting of three individuals, highlight the EU's struggles to maintain the sanctions.

OilPrice.com - World - 4 days ago

Microsoft finds Russian influence operations targeting US election have begun -- Russia-linked accounts are disseminating divisive content aimed at U.S. audiences, including criticizing American support of Ukraine in its war with Russia, researchers said

Russia-linked accounts are disseminating divisive content aimed at U.S. audiences, including criticizing American support of Ukraine in its war with Russia, researchers said

Voice of America - Politics - 4 days ago

Denmark, Czechia, the Netherlands look to support air defence for Ukraine

NATO Secretary-General pushed Kyiv's allies to dig deeper in stockpiles to support Ukraine militarily, while three European leaders said they will look into missile defence systems, on Wednesday (17 April).

Euractiv - World - 4 days ago

The Ukraine war is lost, but Hollywood and DC don't know it

There are three big reasons why the Ukraine war is already lost. Unfortunately, Hollywood activists and DC politicians don't know and don't really seem to care.

Fox News - Opinion - 4 days ago

Zelensky plea for air defence help as Russian strike kills at least 13

More than 60 people have also been injured in the strike on Chernihiv in northern Ukraine

Evening Standard - World - 4 days ago

Japan to retain oil and gas interests in Russia

Japan intends to retain its stakes in Sakhalin-1 and Sakhalin-2 oil and gas projects, the foreign ministry has said

Russia Today - Business - 5 days ago

Biden, Trump differ on how to end war in Ukraine -- Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, divisions have arisen in Congress over sending military aid to Kyiv. VOA's Senior Washington Correspondent Carolyn Presutti explains how the two presidential frontrunners differ on how to handle the war. VOA footage by Mary Cieslak and Adam Greenbaum.

Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, divisions have arisen in Congress over sending military aid to Kyiv. VOA’s Senior Washington Correspondent Carolyn Presutti explains how the two presidential frontrunners differ on how to handle the war. VOA footage by Mary Cieslak and Adam Greenbaum.

Voice of America - Politics - 5 days ago

After Iran's attack repelled, Zelensky demands same defense alliance as Israel

Israel's alliance with the U.S. helped it defeat missiles and UAVs from Iran, and now Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expects to receive similar assistance against the Russians: 'Israel is not a NATO member, yet they helped save lives, Moscow, like Tehran, spreads terror'

YNET News - World - 5 days ago

Russia's spy agency baselessly claims DEA and FBI enlist Mexican, Colombian drug cartels to fight for Ukraine

Contrary to Russia’s well-documented state-backed campaign to enlist criminals and foreigners to fight in Ukraine, Russian foreign intelligence provided no evidence to support its allegations against the United States.

Voice of America - Top Stories - 5 days ago

Goldberg: For Israel and Ukraine alike, U.S. support is proving unreliable and inadequate

Biden urged Benjamin Netanyahu to refrain from retaliation against Iran even though its attack appeared to defy the president's own warning after Oct. 7.

Los Angeles Times - Opinion - 5 days ago

Chicago health workers protest American Medical Association's differing response to Gaza and Ukraine

Speakers at a River North protest say the AMA exhibits a 'double standard' in calling for a cease-fire in Ukraine but not for one in Gaza. They also question $100,000 in aid sent to Ukraine.

Chicago Sun-Times - US News - 6 days ago

Ukraine attempts to coerce West over oil prices

Kiev would be more open to halting attacks on Russian refineries if Western allies boost military aid, the Ukrainian foreign minister says

Russia Today - Business - 6 days ago

Ukrainians contemplate the once unthinkable: Losing the war with Russia

Could Ukraine lose the war? Once nearly taboo, the question hovers in Kyiv, but Ukrainians believe they must fight for their lives against Putin's troops.

Los Angeles Times - World - 8 days ago

China's Mediation Efforts: A Closer Look at Beijing's Ukraine Strategy

Russian and Chinese diplomats are engaging in strategic talks on the Ukraine conflict, with Beijing's involvement increasingly shaping the dynamics of global diplomacy.

OilPrice.com - World - 11 days ago

Trump's secret plan to end Russia-Ukraine war

The former US president pledged to end the war within 24 hours if elected, but refuses to disclose how; In report, his main strategy is to pressure Zelensky into territorial concessions to Putin

YNET News - World - 13 days ago

Gas prices creep up amid rising oil prices due to mounting tensions between Russia and Ukraine

Tensions in the Middle East and in Ukraine are causing oil prices to rise, increasing the price at the pump.

Fox News - Business - 16 days ago

Ukraine Aid Bill Faces High-Stakes Showdown in Congress

U.S. Congress is facing challenges in passing a multibillion-dollar aid package for Ukraine, with proposals including loans, seized Russian assets, and natural gas exports under debate.

OilPrice.com - World - 17 days ago

Russia raises stakes with moves along Israel's borders

Analysis: While relations have experienced strain since October 7, they have not reached a breaking point, leaving room for potential diplomatic maneuvering in the near future

YNET News - Opinion - 21 days ago

Russia exodus costs foreign firms over $107 billion

The corporate exodus from Russia since its 2022 invasion of Ukraine has cost foreign companies more than $107 billion in writedowns and lost revenue, a...

Daily Sabah - Business - 24 days ago

Islamic State claimed the attack on Russia. Why is Putin accusing Ukraine and the West?

Islamist militants claimed the concert attack in Russia, but President Vladmir Putin continues to say Ukraine and the West were involved. Why?

Los Angeles Times - World - 25 days ago

Zelensky is 'peculiar kind of Jew,' Kremlin says in linking him to Moscow attack

Moscow has for years tried to paint the pro-Western Ukrainian government led by Zelensky, who is Jewish, as neo-Nazi and used this as a pretext for its offensive in Ukraine

YNET News - World - 26 days ago

Ukraine War Veteran Makes Bionic Prosthetic Arm for Amputee Soldier

It’s estimated that 10,000 people in Ukraine have lost at least one limb due to the ongoing war with Russia.

Inside Edition - Health - 27 days ago

Russians mourn while military launches massive strike on Ukraine

Zelensky says Putin delays addressing his nation by 24 hours while looking for way to blame Ukraine for deadly terror attack on Moscow venue, killing at least 133 and wounding hundreds more

YNET News - World - 28 days ago

ISIS takes responsibility for Russia terror shooting, death toll reaches 143

Following the shooting attack at the Crocus City Music Hall in Moscow, there are at least 143 dead and many wounded, some in serious condition; The US noted it was 'monitoring reports that extremists have imminent plans to target large gatherings in Moscow' and shared intel with Russia

YNET News - World - 29 days ago

Ancient stone tools found in Ukraine date to over 1 million years ago, and may be oldest in Europe

Ancient stone tools found in western Ukraine may be the oldest known evidence of early human presence in Europe.

AP News - Science - 1 month ago

Despite escalating sanctions, key machines imported from East Asia sustain Russia's war effort in Ukraine

Despite sanctions against Moscow in place as early as 2022, Asia remains a major source of key imports for Russia's war effort, including in the area of dual use machines.

Global Voices - Business - 2 months ago

Ukraine says 53, including 6 children, hurt in Russian missile strikes on Kyiv

Russia's second missile assault on Kyiv this week injured at least 53 people, damaging homes and a children's hospital, Ukrainian officials said on Wednesday, as President Volodymyr Zelenskiy pleaded in Washington for more help for his country.

Reuters - World - 4 months ago

Zelenskiy meets Republican doubts in push for US aid to fight Russia

President Joe Biden warned Republicans on Tuesday that they would give Russia a "Christmas gift" if they failed to provide additional military aid to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, whose meeting with a top U.S. lawmaker concluded without a commitment for more support.

Reuters - US News - 4 months ago

U.S. intelligence assesses Ukraine war has cost Russia 315,000 casualties -source

A declassified U.S. intelligence report assessed that the Ukraine war has cost Russia 315,000 dead and injured troops, or nearly 90% of the personnel it had when the conflict began, a source familiar with the intelligence said on Tuesday.

Reuters - World - 4 months 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.

Military.com - Opinion - 7 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 - 8 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 - 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 - 1 year 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 - 1 year 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 - Politics - 2 years 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 - 2 years ago