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Russia earns $98B from fuel exports in first 100 days of Ukraine war

Moscow (The Times Groupe)- Russia has earned billions from energy exports as Russian fossil fuel exports totaled $98 billion during the first 100 days of invasion in Ukraine, most of it going to the European Union.

Russian gas supply to Poland resumes; Ukraine condemns ‘gas blackmail’

Europe (Times Of Ocean)- Gas supplies to Poland were temporarily interrupted on Wednesday, data from the European Union's gas transmission operators showed, raising concerns Russia may cut off gas to Ukraine's allies as an act of "gas blackmail".

UK agrees mutual security deals with Finland and Sweden

London (The Times Groupe)- The UK has signed security pacts with Sweden and Finland, agreeing to aid both countries if attacked.

Moscow thanks Turkey for assistance in Russian prisoner’s release from US

Moscow (Times Of Ocean)- Russia thanked Turkey on Thursday for helping free Russian detainee Konstantin Yaroshenko, who had been held in the US for 20 years.

Russian Oligarch Oleg Tinkov calls war on Ukraine ‘evil’

Moscow (The Times Groupe)- Former billionaire Russian oligarch Oleg Tinkov, one of the few prominent Russian business figures to condemn his country's war on Ukraine, took aim at the Kremlin in an Instagram...
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Keane: Biden 'means it' when he says US will defend Taiwan

Retired Four-star U.S. Army General and Fox News senior strategic analyst Jack Keane joins 'The Story' to share insights behind President Vladimir Putin's motivations in recent referendums to annex four regions in Ukraine....

OB-GYNs Confront Legal Impact of Abortion Bans | NYT News

As anti-abortion laws take effect across the U.S., doctors treating patients with high-risk pregnancies are facing difficult decisions — and legal risks — over their standards of care. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New York...

Inside The Mind Of Vladimir Putin

There has been a wide range of attempts to pathologize Russian president Vladimir Putin to explain the Ukraine war. It is surprising that otherwise rational and highly educated observers assume that the Russian system suddenly operates without an elaborate strategy. Putin’s Russia has always been similar in its geostrategic behavior to the former Soviet Union, i.e. calculating and cynical. Now these analysts seem to believe that President Putin has suddenly undergone some kind of metamorphosis and become a so-called “madman”. Does President Putin have Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) or Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) as has been alleged? The reason these “diagnoses” are put forward as explanations for the war is...

Ukraine wins 2022 Eurovision song contest

Europe (The Times Groupe)- Ukraine won the 66th Eurovision song contest on Saturday evening in Turin, Italy. The United Kingdom, Spain, and Sweden made strong showings in early voting, but Stefania by Kalush Orchestra finished first.

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German, French leaders urge swift cease-fire, troop withdrawal in call with Putin

Berlin (The Times Groupe)- The German and French leaders called on the Russian president on Saturday to agree to "an immediate cease-fire and a withdrawal of Russian troops" from Ukraine.

Keane: Biden 'means it' when he says US will defend Taiwan

Retired Four-star U.S. Army General and Fox News senior strategic analyst Jack Keane joins 'The Story' to share insights behind President Vladimir Putin's motivations...

OB-GYNs Confront Legal Impact of Abortion Bans | NYT News

As anti-abortion laws take effect across the U.S., doctors treating patients with high-risk pregnancies are facing difficult decisions — and legal risks — over...

Jonathan Pie: Welcome to Britain. Everything is Terrible. | NYT Opinion

So Liz Truss will be Britain’s next prime minister — the nation’s fourth in seven years. And she’s inheriting a nation falling apart at...

I Have Face Blindness. This Is How I Recognize You. | NYT Opinion

Descriptive audio is available for this video. Go to settings - audio track and select 'English descriptive.' We’ve all been there: You run into someone...

WAR IN UKRAINE: Calm Is An Illusion In Odesa

ODESA, Ukraine — The signs of war are everywhere in Odesa, but it feels like there’s little fear of death or destruction from Russian...

Tulsi Gabbard DENOUNCES Sanctions On Russia, Fox News AGAIN Only Anti-War Voice In MSM: Batya, Robby

Batya Ungar-Sargon and Robby Soave react to what former Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard had to say when she filled in for Tucker Carlson on...

Young Ukrainians volunteer to help rebuild destroyed homes

Most of Ukraine's money is going to fund its war effort against Russia, leaving little to rebuild destroyed homes. That is where a group of...

Unexploded shells and abandoned pets: Inside a village recaptured from Russians

The village of Ivanivka in southern Ukraine, has been recaptured from Russian forces following a two-week artillery battle. It remains deserted. 'Playboy,' a Commander...

What does Russia's naval strategy mean? | Inside Story

President Vladimir Putin has announced his planned expansion of Russia's naval power, singling out the U.S. as the biggest obstacle. Putin signed a...

Ukraine’s Zelenskyy orders evacuation from Donetsk region | Al Jazeera Newsfeed

Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskyy is ordering civilians to flee the eastern Donetsk region as fighting intensifies. This comes as Russia and Ukraine exchange accusations...

Ukraine claims Tulsi Gabbard, Glenn Greenwald are 'pro-Russian' critics

Journalist Glenn Greenwald and former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard react to Ukraine labeling them 'propagandists' on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' #foxnews #tucker ...

Leader of country Putin could target next explains why she’s now ‘worried’

Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița discusses Putin's invasion of Ukraine and whether he will invade her country. #CNN #News source

Russia, Ukraine sign UN-backed grain export deal

Ships filled with grain could finally be leaving Ukraine, after Moscow and Kyiv signed a deal allowing shipments from ports on the Black Sea. Twenty...

Russia-Ukraine war: Warring sides sign grain export deal

Kyiv and Moscow have signed a deal on resuming grain exports from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports. Ukraine ruled out signing a direct accord with Russia,...

Russia says objectives in Ukraine war have expanded | Al Jazeera Newsfeed

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said that Moscow’s military goals in Ukraine go beyond the eastern Donbas region. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow...