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Humanitarian corridor opens in Severodonetsk

The Russian military opened a humanitarian corridor for trapped civilians to leave the besieged Azot chemical plant in the city of Severodonetsk on Wednesday morning. On Tuesday, Moscow said Kiev had asked it to provide safe passage for civilians wishing to leave the plant. It requested that non-combatants would be …

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DOJ opens probe into school shooting response

The US Department of Justice has announced it will investigate law enforcement’s response to the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde after witness reports painted a troubling picture of police’s response to the incident which left 19 children and two teachers dead. A DOJ spokesman announced the probe on …

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Austria opens ruble gas account

Austria’s oil and gas conglomerate OMV said on Friday that it had opened an account with Gazprombank to pay for Russian gas imports, insisting that the scheme does not violate the current EU embargo against Moscow. Austria imports some 80% of its gas from Russia. “We have implemented a payment …

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Finland opens up about NATO membership

Finland is “highly likely” to apply for NATO membership, the country’s Minister of European Affairs Tytti Tuppurainen told Sky News on Friday.  “At this point I would say it is highly likely, but a decision has not yet been made,” she said. She claimed a “huge majority” of Finns wanted …

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Split opens in EU over Russia energy sanctions

Hungary’s top diplomat has indicated that his country will not support new economic sanctions on Russian energy firms, arguing the move could backfire. Peter Szijjarto also warned that no-fly zone proposals for Ukraine risk sparking a larger regional conflict.  Speaking to reporters following a meeting with fellow European Union members …

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Pentagon opens hotline with Russia

The US and Russia have set up a “deconfliction” hotline to avoid any misunderstandings that could trigger escalation, the Pentagon said. The US and Russian militaries have established a “deconfliction” line to prevent misunderstandings or accidents from escalating into a war between Moscow and NATO, the Pentagon confirmed on Thursday. …

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Valieva opens up on Beijing ordeal for first time

Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva has broken her silence after being cleared to compete at the Beijing Winter Olympics, admitting that her doping case ordeal has left her feeling emotionally drained. Valieva will line up for Tuesday’s women’s individual event in Beijing after an emergency hearing at the Court of …

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Australia opens borders for people vaccinated with Sputnik V

The Australian government has officially allowed people with proof they have been fully vaccinated with the Sputnik V Covid vaccine to enter the country, starting Monday. Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) said it reviewed data provided by Moscow which shows that the vaccine “provides protection and potentially reduces the likelihood …

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