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Ukraine war: Russia bans 963 Americans from country; Finland holds talks with Turkey over Nato bid – live

Russia on Saturday released a list of 963 Americans it said were banned from entering the country, a punctuation of previously announced moves against president Joe Biden and other senior US officials. The country, which has received global condemnation for its 24 February invasion of Ukraine, said it would continue to retaliate against what it called hostile US actions, Reuters reported.

theguardian.com ,  21 minutes ago 3
Ukraine war: Russia bans 963 Americans from country; Finland holds talks with Turkey over Nato bid – live

Russia’s war on Ukraine can only be resolved through ‘diplomacy’, says Zelensky

An end to the fierce war can only be reached ‘at the negotiating table’, Zelensky said Zelensky: Ukraine is not looking to attack Russia Ukraine’s bloody battle to victory against Russia’s invasion will be hard won through diplomacy, said Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky in an interview marking the third anniversary of his inauguration.

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Russia’s war on Ukraine can only be resolved through ‘diplomacy’, says Zelensky

Russian troops wiped out AGAIN as they try to cross Siverskyi Donets river - army in chaos

RUSSIAN FORCES suffered yet another major setback, after a further attempt to cross the Siverskyi Donets river was reportedly repelled by Ukrainian forces. Fighting has intensified in Ukraine's eastern territories, as Vladimir Putin's army steps up its efforts to seize control of the Donbas. Ukrainian forces are grimly clinging on as they come under intense Russian artillery and aerial bombardment.

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Russian troops wiped out AGAIN as they try to cross Siverskyi Donets river - army in chaos

Putin humiliated after firing £4m missile at Ukraine and only destroying beach toilet

Vladimir Putin's Russian forces have been left red-faced after firing a £4million ballistic missile at the city of Odesa, with the only casualty being a public toilet on a beach Vladimir Putin faced further humiliation after Russian missile strikes on Odesa succeeded in only destroying a public toilet on a beach.

dailystar.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
Putin humiliated after firing £4m missile at Ukraine and only destroying beach toilet

A day in the war zone with Patron: Ukraine's pint-sized sniffer dog hero who has detected more than 200 deadly Russian landmines and was the only one who didn't duck when a shell exploded nearby

Patron the Jack Russell has detected 200 deadly Russian landmines and bombs He was awarded a medal for valour by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky The dog has 250,000 Instagram followers and is on billboards across Ukraine He has helped the 19-strong bomb disposal team since he was 2 months old As the Russian shells explode, everyone takes cover – apart from Patron, who doesn’t even flinch.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 4
A day in the war zone with Patron: Ukraine's pint-sized sniffer dog hero who has detected more than 200 deadly Russian landmines and was the only one who didn't duck when a shell exploded nearby

Germany mocked over scale of Ukraine military aid in Sky News jibe '15 of them, not 150!'

GERMANY has been ridiculed over a shipment of anti-aircraft tanks to Ukraine which numbered a total of only fifteen vehicles with the delivery not expected to arrive on the frontline for months. Defence analyst Michael Clarke appeared to fire a stinging jibe at German efforts to supply Ukraine with heavy weaponry while presenting an update on the war on Sky News.

express.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 5
Germany mocked over scale of Ukraine military aid in Sky News jibe '15 of them, not 150!'

Ukraine war: Russians have turned to a devastatingly random tactic in the Donbas - and they're still on the march

Sky's Alex Crawford visits the town of Soledar where people "can almost smell the Russian military advancing" - and finds stoicism mixed with quiet, edgy desperation. Carpet bombing is indiscriminate - devastatingly destructive and utterly random. But if you're an advancing army, it's a deadly and effective tactic, and it's being used mercilessly against the townspeople of Soledar.

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Ukraine war: Russians have turned to a devastatingly random tactic in the Donbas - and they're still on the march

PETER HITCHENS: Can anyone explain to me why this was called evacuation and not surrender?

I laughed out loud in Marks & Spencer when I found that they are now selling something called ‘Chicken Kyiv’. This is apparently just like their old ‘Chicken Kiev’, only with added propaganda. I am told that there is now also a ‘No Chicken Kyiv’ for vegans, without any actual chicken in it.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 76
PETER HITCHENS: Can anyone explain to me why this was called evacuation and not surrender?

Russia’s claim of Mariupol’s capture fuels concern for prisoners of war

Concern is mounting over Ukrainian fighters who became Moscow’s prisoners at the end of a brutal three-month siege in Mariupol – as a Russian-backed separatist leader vowed tribunals. Russia has claimed the Azovstal steel plant, which for weeks was the last hold-out in Mariupol and a symbol of Ukrainian tenacity in the strategic port city, now in ruins with more than 20,000 residents feared dead.

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Russia’s claim of Mariupol’s capture fuels concern for prisoners of war

Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Vladimir Putin's Russia's forces are not going to ‘regain their feet’

UKRAINE has “broken the backbone” of the Russian army – but the war will only come to an end through diplomacy, the country’s president has said. Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Putin’s forces were not going to “regain their feet in the next several years”.

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Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Vladimir Putin's Russia's forces are not going to ‘regain their feet’

Government providing Rs 1.10 lakh crore in additional subsidy to protect farmers from rise in fertilizer prices: Sitharaman

New Delhi [India], May 22 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said that the government has protected farmers from the rise in prices of fertilizers globally and an additional amount of Rs 1.10 lakh crore is being provided besides Rs 1.05 lakh crore already sanctioned in the Union Budget 2022-23.

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Government providing Rs 1.10 lakh crore in additional subsidy to protect farmers from rise in fertilizer prices: Sitharaman

Ukraine's first lady speaks and a call for diplomacy - round-up

There is still no end in sight to the fighting in Ukraine - but according to the country's President, Volodymyr Zelensky, the conflict can only be resolved through diplomacy. Speaking on Ukrainian television, he suggested his country could be victorious on the battlefield - but that the war could only come to a conclusive halt "at the negotiating table".

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Ukraine's first lady speaks and a call for diplomacy - round-up

Zelensky: Only diplomacy can end Ukraine war

The war in Ukraine can only be resolved through "diplomacy", President Volodymyr Zelensky has said. Speaking on national TV, he suggested his country could be victorious against Russia on the battlefield. However, he added that the war could only come to a conclusive halt "at the negotiating table".

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Zelensky: Only diplomacy can end Ukraine war

'We can no longer afford to eat': Ukraine war pushes hundreds of thousands into famine

Roughly 15 million people are experiencing acute hunger or starvation across the Horn of Africa amid a major food crisis By the time Fahima had scrapped together $10 for a lift to the health clinic, her youngest son was wasting away. At 16 months old, Bilar weighed just 10 pounds when he was admitted to the whitewashed paediatric ward – less than half the average for a young boy his age.

telegraph.co.uk ,  3 hours ago 7
'We can no longer afford to eat': Ukraine war pushes hundreds of thousands into famine

Ukrainian refugee Sofiia wore a low cut top and put on make-up when Tony came home – she was after him from day one

THE mum whose partner ran off with the Ukrainian refugee they had given a home sobbed: “She set her sights on him and took what she wanted.” Yesterday’s Sun told how Lorna Garnett, 28, felt she had to kick out 22-year-old Sofiia Karkadym after just ten days — and how she was heartbroken when her partner Tony decided to go with her.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  3 hours ago 2
Ukrainian refugee Sofiia wore a low cut top and put on make-up when Tony came home – she was after him from day one

Ukraine's Zelenskiy talked to Italian PM, urged more Russia sanctions

(Reuters) - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he talked to Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Saturday and stressed the importance of more sanctions on Russia and unblocking Ukrainian ports. Video: 'No alternative' to Ukraine's EU bid says Zelensky (AFP) Zelenskiy tweeted that he had also thanked Draghi for his "unconditional support" of Ukraine's bid to become a member of the European Union.

msn.com ,  3 hours ago 5
Ukraine's Zelenskiy talked to Italian PM, urged more Russia sanctions

Global grain shortage branded 'existential threat' to Europe amid 'mass starvation' fears

GRAIN shortages resulting from the war in Ukraine have been branded an "existential threat" to European security by a Tory MP. Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood has issued a severe warning about Russia's naval blockade of Ukrainian ports which has sparked a global shortage of grain. Putin's military has closed off the Black Sea port of Odesa, greatly impacting the global supply of grain.

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Global grain shortage branded 'existential threat' to Europe amid 'mass starvation' fears