Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Ukraine-Russia War

Moscow Claims ‘act of sabotage’ Behind Ammunition Depot Explosions in Crimea

According to RIA Novosti, the Russian state news agency, Russian defense officials have accused saboteurs of a series of blasts at a military storage site in occupied Crimea that compelled the removal of over three thousand people. Russia’s Ministry of...

Russia, Ukraine Accuse Each Other of Nuclear Station Bombing

On Friday, Kyiv and Moscow's officials blamed each other for risking potential disaster by shelling Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex in Enerhodar, controlled by Putin-led military forces in a region. According to media reports, the partially occupied atomic facility is...

NATO’s Stoltenberg Says World will be More Dangerous Place if Moscow Gets What it Wants

On Thursday, Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of NATO, said that the intergovernmental military alliance has the joint tasks of both assisting war-torn Ukraine in its defense against Moscow’s barbarity and to avoid the brutal conflict from spreading into a war...

U.S. Senate Supported Sweden, Finland’s Joining NATO

On Wednesday, the United States Senate overwhelmingly voted to permit Finland and Sweden’s entry into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, approving an enlargement of the defense alliance that advocators believe would deliver a clear signal condemning Moscow’s February 24...

Moscow to Cut Nord Stream Gas Supplies

Moscow said it would cut gas deliveries to European countries from July 27 in a blow to states that have provided support to Ukraine – a onetime Soviet state, while air strikes on Black Sea ports raised uncertainties about...

Kyiv Encouraged Citizens to Tell Moscow Forces’ Residences

On Saturday, the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine encouraged people in important region captured by Moscow to inform where Russian forces were having a life and who among the natives was cooperating with the occupying forces. The statement by the...

The US, Allies Considering Fighter Aircraft Delivery to Ukraine Air Force

On Wednesday, senior American officials acknowledged that the U.S. and its allies and partners are exploring whether to deliver US-made fighter aircraft to Ukrainian Air Force and the training required to operate them, a measure that would vividly expand...

Russian Random Shelling Pounded Kharkiv, At least Three Killed and 23 Injured

According to Ukrainian officials and witnesses, random bombardment by the Armed Forces of Russia on Thursday pounded the most crowded part of Kharkiv, the second-largest city (1.433M – 2021 est.) and municipality in Ukraine in the country’s northeast. Russia’s...

Moscow Declares Extended War Aims Beyond Donbass Region

On Wednesday, Sergev Viktorovich Lavrov, Russia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that Moscow’s aims in war-torn Ukraine now went beyond the Donbass region into the South of the country. As the brutal conflict in the post-Soviet state nears its...

Kyiv Attacks Moscow-held Town in Southern Ukraine

On Tuesday, the Ukrainian military said that fifty-two Russian people were killed in the long-range rocket strike on the ammunition depot in Nova Kakhovka, a town in Kherson Oblast. The attack came after the United States provided a war-torn...

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Moscow Claims ‘act of sabotage’ Behind Ammunition Depot Explosions in Crimea

According to RIA Novosti, the Russian state news agency, Russian defense officials have accused saboteurs of a series of...