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After 3 months, Russia still bogged down in Ukraine war

When Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, it had hoped to overtake the country in a blitz lasting only days or a few weeks. Many Western analysts thought so, too. As the conflict marked its third month Tuesday, however, Moscow appears to be bogged down in what increasingly looks like a war of attrition, with no end in sight and few successes on the battlefield.

msn.com ,  37 minutes ago 1
After 3 months, Russia still bogged down in Ukraine war

EU lays pressure on Putin as bloc to agree on Russian oil embargo 'within days'

THE EUROPEAN UNION will agree on a Russian oil embargo "within days", according to a senior German government official, after days of talks. Economy minister Robert Habeck made the claim when speaking to German broadcaster ZDF. Mr Habeck's claim comes after significant opposition to the move from countries that are reliant on Russian oil, such as Hungary.

express.co.uk ,  57 minutes ago 10
EU lays pressure on Putin as bloc to agree on Russian oil embargo 'within days'

16-hour days, yacht parties and endless waiting: The life of a butler to the super rich

As Russian oligarchs face sancitons on their wealth, the lives of the uber rich are thrown into the spotlight once again. But what is it really like to work for them behind closed doors? A wealthy family, who are rarely ever in the same place at the same time, had finally all gathered at their address in Kensington, West London.

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16-hour days, yacht parties and endless waiting: The life of a butler to the super rich

Putin’s attempt to encircle Ukrainian forces in Donbas hits ‘strong resistance’

Vladimir Putin’s attempt to encircle Ukrainian forces in an area of the Donbas has hit “strong resistance,” British defence chiefs said on Tuesday. They believe that Ukraine’s highly-trained Joint Force Operation still controls this swathe of the Luhansk province in eastern Ukraine with its soldiers “well dug-in” in defensive positions.

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Putin’s attempt to encircle Ukrainian forces in Donbas hits ‘strong resistance’

Live updates | Philippines leader rebukes Putin for killings

Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sharply criticized Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the killings of innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two of them have been tagged as killers, “I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.” MANILA, Philippines — Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sharply criticized Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the killings of innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two of them have been tagged as killers, “I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.”

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Live updates | Philippines leader rebukes Putin for killings

Zelensky says 87 dead in Russia's single deadliest attack on Ukraine

A Russian missile assault on a military training center in Ukraine last week killed 87 people in what appears to be the single deadliest attack since Russia's Feb. 24 invasion, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky revealed on Monday. The May 17 attack occurred in the village of Desna, in Ukraine's Chernihiv region, north of the capital city of Kyiv.

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Zelensky says 87 dead in Russia's single deadliest attack on Ukraine

Russia Ukraine war LIVE – Putin’s evil Russian forces have ‘staged a MASSACRE’ & are ‘destroying all living things’

- Why is Russia invading Ukraine?- Will there be World War 3? - Will the UK go to war?- Help support Ukraine by donating your clothes Russia to deploy nearly 50 Satan-2 nukes A PUTIN ally has bragged about how Russia is set to deploy almost 50 of its "unstoppable" Satan-2 nuke.

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Russia Ukraine war LIVE – Putin’s evil Russian forces have ‘staged a MASSACRE’ & are ‘destroying all living things’

Russian tanks likely to be in a ‘poor state’ and may not be usable in Ukraine, say defence experts

‘Cannibalisation to keep equipment running is almost certainly more common than many would admit’, according to military and intelligence experts Russia may resort to modifying and modernising battlefield vehicles as the conflict in Ukraine continues, with many tanks in storage likely to be largely unusable in their current state, defence experts have suggested.

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Russian tanks likely to be in a ‘poor state’ and may not be usable in Ukraine, say defence experts

MP and military veteran hails impact of extra UK forces on combatting Russian aggression

The deployment of additional UK forces in the Baltic states has had a "major impact" on stifling Russian aggression in the region, an MP and British Army veteran has said. Former soldier Stuart Anderson, MP for Wolverhampton South West, met with troops in Estonia and Latvia as part of the UK delegation to the Nato Parliamentary Assembly Defence Committee.

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MP and military veteran hails impact of extra UK forces on combatting Russian aggression

Debate over Ukrainian compromise risks derailing its ability to defend itself

A controversial New York Times opinion article says Kyiv must make the ‘hard decisions’ by figuring out how the war should end There are many in Ukraine who will feel the country has already made, as The New York Times put it in an opinion article, “painful territorial decisions” since Russia invaded in 2014.

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Debate over Ukrainian compromise risks derailing its ability to defend itself

Russian soldier gets life for killing Ukrainian civilian

A Ukrainian court sentenced a captured Russian soldier to the maximum penalty of life in prison for killing a civilian, and the Kremlin hinted that it may put on trial some of the fighters who surrendered at Mariupol’s steelworks A Ukrainian court sentenced a captured Russian soldier to the maximum penalty of life in prison for killing a civilian, and the Kremlin hinted that it may put on trial some of the fighters who surrendered at Mariupol’s steelworks.

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Russian soldier gets life for killing Ukrainian civilian

Russia intensifies Donbas offensive as war enters fourth month

Russian forces on Tuesday stepped up their offensive on the last pocket of resistance around Lugansk in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region, as the conflict entered its fourth month. Since Moscow's invasion in late February, Western support has helped Ukraine hold off its neighbour's advances in many areas -- including the capital Kyiv -- but Russia is now focused on securing and expanding its gains in Donbas and the southern coast.

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Russia intensifies Donbas offensive as war enters fourth month

‘Ashamed’ Russian diplomat quits over Putin’s ‘intolerable’ war

Boris Bondarev said Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is all about 'warmongering, lies and hatred' A veteran Kremlin diplomat has resigned and sent a letter to foreign colleagues condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as heavy fighting raged in the Donbas region, where Moscow’s forces have stepped up their bombardment.

somersetlive.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 1
‘Ashamed’ Russian diplomat quits over Putin’s ‘intolerable’ war

Ukraine destruction: how the Guardian documented Russia’s use of illegal weapons

Cluster bombs, fléchettes and unguided missiles on residential areas: as prosecutors investigate alleged Russian war crimes in Ukraine, our reporters reveal the evidence they discovered on the ground At about midnight on 1 March 2022, a Russian air force jet dropped a series of 250kg Soviet-era explosives over Borodyanka, north of Kyiv.

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Ukraine destruction: how the Guardian documented Russia’s use of illegal weapons

Duterte hits Putin: I kill criminals, not children, elders

Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has sharply criticized Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the killings of innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two of them have been tagged as killers, “I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.” Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sharply criticized Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the killings of innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two of them have been tagged as killers, “I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.”

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Duterte hits Putin: I kill criminals, not children, elders

Russian jets fly into Turkey's NATO airspace hours after US Air Force flies around area

TWO RUSSIAN JETS have been spotted flying over Turkey's NATO airspace just hours after the US Air Force appeared to avoid the area, reports claim. An RA-89075 Ir Aero Russia Superjet 95-LR-100 and an RA-89085 Sukhoi OKB Russia Superjet 100-95B were seen flying in opposite directions around Turkey at around 12.20am.

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Russian jets fly into Turkey's NATO airspace hours after US Air Force flies around area

Ukraine: EU embargo on Russian oil 'within days,' says Germany – live updates

3h ago German Economy Minister said the EU was close to finally agreeing on a ban on Russian oil imports as the war in Ukraine enters the fourth month. Follow DW for the latest. German economy minister expects EU embargo on Russian oil 'within days' Ukraine's Zelenskyy says last week's attack on Desna killed 87

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Ukraine: EU embargo on Russian oil 'within days,' says Germany – live updates

‘Solutions first, sanctions afterwards’ Hungary pushes back against EU’s Russian oil ban

HUNGARY has held firm in demanding energy investment before it backs an European Union wide embargo on Russian oil. Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga proclaimed "solutions first, sanctions afterwards", indicating that Budapest will need help from Brussels to wean itself off its dependency on Russian oil.

express.co.uk ,  5 hours ago 6
‘Solutions first, sanctions afterwards’ Hungary pushes back against EU’s Russian oil ban

Fears Putin is gearing up for 'bloody barrel bomb campaign' in Ukraine after Syria deal

More fears are growing that a 'bloody' barrel bomb campaign could be about to begin in Ukraine after the Russian army reportedly recruited lethal weapons specialists from Syria Fears are mounting that Vladimir Putin will soon unleash a bloody barrel bomb campaign in Ukraine after he brought in troops linked to the brutal Syrian army.

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Fears Putin is gearing up for 'bloody barrel bomb campaign' in Ukraine after Syria deal