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Feb 15 2022
President Joe Biden issued an address on the Russia-Ukraine crisis Tuesday amid conflicting reports about Russia's plans to invade the former Soviet territory.
Biden said a Russian invasion is still "distinctly possible" and described how the U.S. and allies are "ready to impose powerful sanctions and export controls" in response to an invasion. He said that the U.S. wouldn't sendAxios National Review (News) HuffPost
Feb 27 2022
As Russia carries on its invasion of Ukraine, news outlets across the spectrum have highlighted a number of pictures and videos that help illustrate what the conflict currently looks like.
Photographers from The New York Times (Lean Left bias) and Reuters (Center bias) are on the ground in Ukraine providing Americans a closer look at the ongoing military invasion. Many photos featureNew York Times (News) Breitbart News BBC News
Sep 08 2016
Hillary doges Iran question, and Trump praises Putin. Both candidates seem to have made misstatements, so let's do a fact check.Washington Post USA TODAY Breitbart News
May 05 2023
Wagner Group leader Yevgeney Prigozhin has announced the mercenary force will withdraw from Bakhmut on May 10 due to a shortage of ammunition.
The Details: Prigozhin released a video statement blaming the uptick in “senseless death” of his soldiers on Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and General Valery Gerasimov. Both Ukrainian and Russian officials have denied the claims that Wagner hasNew York Post (News) Newsweek NBC News (Online)
May 29 2023
Senator Lindsey Graham’s (R-SC) visit to Ukraine and praise of Ukrainian forces last week drew the ire of Russian leaders. The Russian Interior Ministry issued an arrest warrant against the senator, and Russian media figures delivered threats of retribution.
Details: During his visit to Ukraine, Graham sat down for a filmed conversation with Ukrainian leadership, including UkrainianFox News (Online News) Newsweek Daily Beast
Dec 15 2016
Perspectives BlogOur relationship and future path with Russia has been a consistent undercurrent in much of the news this week. First there was Donald Trump's pick of Rex Tillerson for Secretary of State and the mixed reactions to that cabinet pick. Some applauded Tillerson's extensive international experience building relationships with foreign leaders as ExxonMobil's CEO while others were very concerned with John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Apr 08 2018
President Trump responded on Twitter Sunday to reports of Saturday's chemical attacks that killed dozens in a rebel-held Syrian town. President Trump tweeted that "President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad," and "if President Obama had crossed his stated Red Line In The Sand, the Syrian disaster would have ended long ago!"Townhall The Hill Politico
Mar 04 2022
Russia blocked access to Facebook, Twitter and several foreign news sites on Friday. Russia's Parliament also passed new restrictions on contradicting Moscow's war narrative.
The new restrictions ban spreading “false information” about the Russian military and “discrediting” Russia’s use of military force in Ukraine, with penalties including up to 15 years in prison. Those restrictionsThe Verge Associated Press National Review (News)
Aug 24 2023
Following reports that a plane crash outside Moscow resulted in the death of Yevgeny Prigozhin, leader of the Wagner mercenary group that staged a short-lived coup against the Russian Federation two months ago, rumors and theories are circulating online regarding the validity of the reports and the potential causes of the crash.
Faked Death? An analysis from The Guardian (Lean LeftNewsweek National Review (News) The Guardian