Poland donating 60 modernized tanks to Ukraine in addition to Leopards – National

Poland will send an additional 60 tanks to Ukraine on top of the 14 German-made Leopard 2 tanks it has already pledged, the Polish prime minister said in an interview with Canadian television on Thursday. Warsaw, which has positioned itself as one of Kyiv’s staunchest allies, had pressed hard for Germany to send Leopard 2 … Read more

Russia unleashes missiles on Kyiv after Ukraine secures western tanks – National

Russia pounded Ukraine with missiles during the morning rush hour on Thursday, killing at least one person in Kyiv and damaging critical infrastructure in the Black Sea region of Odesa, officials said. Crowds of people took cover in the capital’s metro stations during a nationwide air alert before Russia unleashed the latest in a series … Read more

Russia blames U.S., NATO for ‘really alarming’ change in Doomsday Clock – National

The Kremlin expressed alarm on Wednesday that the “Doomsday Clock” had edged closer to midnight than ever, even though the scientists who moved the symbolic dial cited Moscow’s own “thinly veiled threats” to use nuclear weapons. The “Doomsday Clock,” created by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists to illustrate how close humanity has come to … Read more

U.S. Treasury to designate Russia’s Wagner Group as transnational criminal group – National

The U.S. Treasury Department will impose additional sanctions on the Russian private military company, the Wagner Group, that has been aiding Russia’s military in its ongoing invasion of Ukraine. White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby announced Friday that Treasury will designate Wagner as a significant transnational criminal organization in the coming days. The … Read more

Ukraine renews plea for battle tanks as U.S., Germany defence chiefs meet – National

Ukraine pleaded on Thursday for the West to finally send it heavy tanks as the defence chiefs of the United States and Germany headed for a showdown over weapons that Kyiv says could decide the fate of the war. U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin was in Germany on Thursday to meet new Defence Minister Boris … Read more

Ukrainian strikes on Crimea would be ‘extremely dangerous,’ Russia warns – National

The Kremlin said on Thursday that Ukrainian strikes on Russian-annexed Crimea would be “extremely dangerous,” after the New York Times reported that U.S. officials were warming to the idea of helping Kyiv attack the peninsula. Crimea, which is internationally recognized as part of Ukraine, was seized by Moscow and declared annexed in 2014. President Vladimir … Read more

Putin claims Russia invaded Ukraine to end ‘war’ that began in 2014 – National

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that Moscow’s action in Ukraine was intended to stop a “war” that has raged in eastern Ukraine for many years. Speaking at a meeting with veterans, Putin said that Moscow had long sought to negotiate a settlement to the conflict in Ukraine’s eastern industrial heartland of Donbas, where Russia-backed … Read more

Will Ukraine get Leopard battle tanks? Germany’s new defence minister will decide – National

Ukraine came a step closer on Tuesday to winning the fleet of modern battle tanks it hopes could turn the course of the war against Russia, after the West’s big holdout Germany said this would be the first item on its new defence minister’s agenda. In the central city of Dnipro, more bodies were pulled … Read more

British tanks given to Ukraine ‘will burn just like the rest,’ Russia says – National

The Kremlin said on Monday that tanks Britain plans to send to Ukraine “will burn,” warning the West that supplying a new round of more advanced weapons to Ukraine would not change the outcome of the war. Since President Vladimir Putin ordered troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24, the United States and its allies have … Read more

Russian oil price cap ‘too lenient,’ as Moscow still able to fund war effort: report – National

A price cap and European Union embargo on most Russian oil have cut into Moscow’s revenue from fossil fuels, but the Kremlin is still earning substantial cash to fund its war in Ukraine because the US$60-per-barrel cap was “too lenient,” researchers said Wednesday. The combination of the cap by the Group of Seven major democracies … Read more

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