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Ukraine forces continue 'major and rapid advances' in Kharkiv

Ukrainian forces have been advancing in the east and south of the country under a counteroffensive that has made "major and rapid advances."

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

Kazakhs concerned by influx of Russians fleeing Ukraine war call-up

The sudden influx of Russians escaping Vladimir Putin's mobilization has worried and even angered some locals in Kazakhstan.

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

Where have Russians been fleeing to since mobilization began? - explainer

As numbers of those fleeing Russia increase, the numbers seem nearly impossible to track. Thanks to new flight data, the world can better understand where Russians are seeking refuge.

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

Putin: Russia expects sanctions pressure to increase

The Russian economy has so far defied some predictions from Western analysts that it was facing a 15% hit to gross domestic product (GDP) this year.

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

Nord Stream leak probe strengthens 'gross sabotage' suspicion

Four leaks from the Russian pipes were discovered last week in Swedish and Danish exclusive economic zones.

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

Kremlin rejects reports that 700,000 have fled Russia

Russia was informed via diplomatic channels that there were no plans to invite Moscow to join an investigation into Nord Stream gas leaks.

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

Russian missile strike kills woman, destroys apartment block in Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia

The recently-annexed territory of Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine was hit with a round of shelling, leaving at least one dead.

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

US anger over Saudi Arabia, OPEC will impact Israel, Middle East policy - analysis

OPEC, US and Saudi controversy will impact the Middle East, as it could encourage closer Israel partnerships with the Gulf and show that Israel is a reliable partner of the US at the same time.

US intelligence believes Ukrainians were behind Dugin's assassination - NYT

Parts of the Ukrainian government authorized the assassination attempt against Alexander Dugin, according to a New York Times report.

Vladimir Putin looks weaker than ever - opinion

As the war in Ukraine drags on, things are not looking up for Vladimir Putin.

By AL MOSES
06/10/2022
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