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Unbelievable! Putin’s Shocking Meeting with Kazakh and Uzbek Leaders as he Celebrates 71st Birthday in Ukraine

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Unbelievable! Putin’s Shocking Meeting with Kazakh and Uzbek Leaders as he Celebrates 71st Birthday in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine, which began in February 2022 with Russia’s invasion, continues to escalate as both sides intensify their attacks in an effort to gain control of contested regions.

Latest Updates

  • Russia’s Defense Ministry claims to have intercepted and destroyed two Ukrainian anti-aircraft missiles targeting the Crimean Peninsula.
  • Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of Russia’s Chechnya region, suggests that the upcoming presidential election should either be postponed or limited to one candidate, Vladimir Putin.
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin announces the start of gas supplies to Uzbekistan via Kazakhstan.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy condemns the recent terrorist attack by Hamas on Israel and supports Israel’s right to self-defense.
  • A U.S. think tank reports a significant increase in rail traffic along the North Korea-Russia border, suggesting arms supply between the two countries.
  • Russia plans to revoke its ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, a move criticized by the U.S.
  • The U.S. adds Chinese and other international companies to its export control list for their support of Russia’s military and defense sectors.
  • Russia scrambles a fighter jet to escort a U.S. Navy patrol plane approaching its airspace.
  • Grenade fragments are found in the wreckage of the plane crash that killed mercenary boss Yevgeny Prigozhin.
  • A Russian missile strike kills at least 51 people in a village in Ukraine’s Kharkiv region.
  • Ukrainian President Zelenskyy arrives in Granada, Spain, to attend the European Political Community Summit.
  • Russia downs 31 Ukrainian-launched drones and Ukrainian forces fire cluster munitions at Russian villages.
  • Russia launches attacks on Ukraine’s southern region of Kherson, resulting in casualties and damage to infrastructure.
  • Ukraine plans to build the country’s first fully underground school in Kharkiv to protect students from missile attacks.
  • European Union foreign ministers hold a meeting in Kyiv to show their support for Ukraine.
  • Russia shells Ukraine’s Kherson region, resulting in casualties and infrastructure damage.
  • Ukrainian President Zelenskyy vows to remain resilient in the face of adversity and receives reassurances of continued U.S. military support.

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