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Kiev has plan for new counteroffensive – Zelensky

Western military technology can enable Kiev to launch a new counteroffensive against Russia, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky believes. While Ukrainian forces are presently being pushed back on the battlefield, Kiev hopes to turn the tide thanks to Western aid, the Ukrainian leader told the German tabloid Bild this week. “Russia …

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Israel ready to attack Iranian nuclear sites – UK media

If Tehran responds to the Damascus embassy attack by bombing Israel, West Jerusalem will launch strikes against the Iranian nuclear program, a London-based Arabic outlet has reported citing an anonymous Western security official. Two generals of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force and several other officers were killed …

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US facing worst risks since WWII – JPMorgan boss

The US is facing grave risks in the wake of rising global geopolitical tensions and the nation’s domestic political polarization, Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase chief executive, has warned. In an annual shareholder letter on Monday the CEO of the largest US bank cited large amounts of government spending and efforts …

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WATCH Russian missile obliterate Ukrainian drone factory

The Russian military on Monday conducted a high-precision strike on a drone manufacturing and storage facility located in the city of Zaporozhye, the ministry said. The strike was carried out by an Iskander tactical ballistic missile system, it added. Footage released by the defense ministry shows the projectile penetrating the …

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Finland sees no chance for peace in Ukraine

Negotiating an acceptable peace with Russia regarding Ukraine is unlikely, so the Western nations must keep providing Kiev with weaponry, Finnish President Alexander Stubb argued during an interview with CNN on Sunday. Helsinki used to serve as a mediator between the US and the USSR during the Cold War, despite …

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France refuses antiterrorism cooperation – Moscow

Paris has cut off counterterrorism collaboration with Moscow on the cusp of the upcoming summer Olympic Games, Russian Ambassador Aleksey Meshkov said in an interview to French weekly Le Journal du Dimanche on Sunday. The diplomat made his comments a little over two weeks after more than 140 people were …

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Ukraine may have to compromise with Russia – Stoltenberg

Ukraine may ultimately have to agree to some kind of compromise with Russia to end the conflict, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said. In an interview with the BBC published on Saturday, the NATO chief reiterated that the West must support Ukraine in the long term “even if we …

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