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Mar 28 2022
Russian forces fired a volley of missiles at several cities across Ukraine overnight as negotiators prepared to hold face-to-face talks to end more than a month of war.
Russian missiles struck the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, as well as the cities of Kharkiv, Lutsk, Rivne and Zhytomyr, according to Ukrainian officials. Russian forces continued to try to push toward Kyiv from the east andWall Street Journal (News)
Jun 29 2022
Within hours of the attack on a shopping centre in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk, false and unproven claims began circulating online.
Stories were spread by Russian Telegram channels and by Dmitry Polyanskiy, Russia's deputy ambassador to the United Nations. They included rumours that the attack was "false" or "staged" - and were repeated on Russian television.
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Apr 21 2022
In early March, the Pentagon postponed a long-planned ICBM test to ensure the launch of the 1970s-era projectile was not misinterpreted by Russia and “to demonstrate that we are a responsible nuclear power.”
Observing the test launch of a newly-developed Russian ICBM on Wednesday, President Vladimir Putin had a message of his own, calling it “a wakeup call for those who are trying toCNSNews.com
Jun 28 2022
MADRID (AP) — President Joe Biden opened his three-day visit to a NATO summit Tuesday by pledging to beef up the American military presence in Europe as he denounced Russia’s Vladimir Putin for trying to “wipe out” Ukrainian culture in the ongoing war in eastern Europe.
Biden, in talks with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, detailed plans to increase the number of Navy destroyersAssociated Press
Apr 18 2022
At least seven people were killed in Russian airstrikes on the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on Monday, according to the regional governor. Maksym Kozytsky said four Russian strikes had targeted military infrastructure but that a car tire factory had also been hit. Lviv, which is near Ukraine's border with Poland, has been considered a place of relative safety for those fleeing fierceCBS News (Online)
Apr 14 2022
One of the Russian Navy's most important warships has been badly damaged in the Black Sea, a massive blow to a military struggling against Ukrainian resistance 50 days into Vladimir Putin's invasion of his neighbor.
Russian sailors evacuated the guided-missile cruiser Moskva, the flagship of its Black Sea fleet, after a fire that detonated ammunition aboard, Russia's defense ministryCNN (Online News)
Apr 13 2022
Russian Navy’s Flagship In Black Sea Badly Damaged, Ukraine Claims They Hit It With Missiles: Report
The flagship of Russia’s naval fleet in the Black Sea was severely damaged from a fire on board the ship Wednesday, which comes just hours after Ukraine claimed that they hit the ship with missiles.
Russia claimed that ammunition on the ship exploded during a fire while Ukraine claimed that it had hit the ship with two shore-based anti-ship missiles.
“The 12,500 tonne ship has aThe Daily Wire
Apr 08 2022
At least 30 killed in train station missile strike in eastern Ukraine as civilians try to flee Russian onslaught
At least 30 people, including two children, were killed after Russian forces carried out a missile strike on a railway station in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine, that was being used by civilians trying to flee the fighting, Ukrainian officials said Friday.
Tetiana Ihnatchenko, a spokeswoman for the region of Donetsk where the attack took place, said that first responders had confirmed theCNN (Online News)
Jun 20 2022
Republicans are gearing up for a bitter showdown over a proposal to include women in the military draft as House and Senate committees hammer out the annual defense policy bill.
The Senate version of the National Defense Authorization Act, which passed committee markup recently, offers key wins for hawks on the Hill including a $45 billion top-line boost to President Biden’s PentagonWashington Times
Aug 02 2019
North Korea has reportedly conducted a third test launch in just over a week, firing what appeared to be short-range ballistic missiles, according to South Korean officials.
The presidential office in Seoul said the South Korean and U.S. militaries believe the test to be of short-range ballistic missiles. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff noted that they flew about 137 miles andNPR (Online News)