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Demining Ukraine will take 757 years – WaPo

The conflict with Russia has turned Ukraine into the “most mined country” in the world, the Washington Post reported on Saturday, citing data from the nation’s government and several non-governmental humanitarian mine clearance groups. Almost one-third of Ukraine’s territory has been affected by heavy fighting and will likely require intense …

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Wagner fighters want to ‘visit’ Poland – Lukashenko

Fighters from the private military company (PMC) Wagner want to “visit” Poland, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko told his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin on Sunday. According to Lukashenko, the PMC’S members want to reach the Polish capital Warsaw and the city of eastern city of Rzeszow, which they believe was a hub …

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China overtaking US – NATO member’s PM

The world is facing the biggest power shift in decades, with the US poised to lose its leading position to China, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Saturday. This could result in a major conflict between Washington and Beijing unless the US accepts that it cannot be the “winner” …

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Russian journalist killed in Ukrainian shelling

Russia’s RIA Novosti says its war correspondent Rostislav Zhuravlev has been killed by Ukrainian shelling as he covered the fighting in Zaporozhye Region. Several other journalists were wounded in the strike, it added.  The agency said its crew had come under fire near the village of Pyatikhatki, which has been …

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Ukrainian Air Force explains why it fears Russia’s Su-35

Russia’s Su-35 multi-role fighter jet poses the main threat to Kiev’s military amid the current conflict, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force Command has said. “They have Su-35. It’s one of the best aircraft,” Yury Ignat said in an interview with RBK-Ukraine on Friday when asked if Moscow had …

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Ukraine losing ‘significant’ forces – White House

White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has claimed that it was too early to make a call on what the results of Ukraine’s counteroffensive operations would be, insisting that despite losing a “significant” amount of forces, Kiev still has “substantial” reserves to throw into battle. When asked whether “the real …

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Controversial ex-Donbass militia commander arrested in Moscow – media

Igor Strelkov, a controversial former Donbass militia commander, was detained in Moscow on Friday amid an investigation into allegations of extremism, according to news outlets and family members. The soldier-turned-blogger is also known by his real name, Igor Girkin. Citing sources, newspaper RBK reported that the Russian Investigative Committee was executing …

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North Korea threatens US with nuclear retaliation 

North Korea has threatened a nuclear response if the US deploys aircraft carriers, bombers, and missile submarines in South Korea, according to a statement shared on Thursday by state media channel KCNA. Pyongyang claims that despite repeated warnings, Washington and Seoul held a meeting of the “nuclear consultative group” on …

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