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EU Commission chief visits Kyiv to discuss Ukraine’s candidacy bid

Kyiv (The Times Groupe)- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal met with European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen on Saturday at Kyiv, as heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine.

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WAR IN UKRAINE: Calm Is An Illusion In Odesa

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EU Commission chief visits Kyiv to discuss Ukraine’s candidacy bid

Kyiv (The Times Groupe)- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal met with European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen on Saturday at Kyiv, as heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine.

Putin warns against supply of long-range rockets to Ukraine

Moscow (The Times Groupe)- Russian President Vladimir Putin warned on Sunday that Moscow would order strikes on new targets if the US supplied long-range rocket systems to Ukraine.

Putin Treated for Cancer in April, U.S. Intelligence: Newsweek

Washington (The Times Groupe)- After the end of May, the intelligence community produced its fourth comprehensive assessment of Vladimir Putin's health. According to three U.S. intelligence leaders who have read the classified reports, Putin seems to have reemerged after receiving treatment for advanced cancer in April.

Macron proposed UN vote to Putin to lift Odesa port blockade

Paris (The Times Groupe)- French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday urged his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to take the issue of lifting the blockade of the port of Odesa to the UN, in order to allow Ukrainian cereals stuck there to be exported.

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.

Ukrainian president warns of costs of prolonged war with Russia

Kyiv (The Times Groupe)- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned on Tuesday that the more Russia fights against his country, the more expensive it will...

Hundreds of Americans, including Biden, banned from entering Russia

Moscow (The Times Groupe)- The Russian government announced on Saturday that 963 Americans, including Vice President Joe Biden and other top officials, have been banned from entering the country.

Germany to cut Schröder’s state privileges amid Russia scandal

Berlin (The Times Groupe)- Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder will lose his taxpayer-funded office and staff due to his business and political ties to Russia, the German parliament announced on Thursday.

Nordic nations formally apply to join NATO

Brussels (The Times Groupe)- Finland and Sweden have formally submitted their applications for membership in NATO, indicating a dramatic shift in Europe's security landscape in response to Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Eurovision 2022: Russian hackers targeted contest, Italy institutional websites

Rome (The Times Groupe)- Russian hackers are suspected of disrupting the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest with a series of cyberattacks, the Italian police report.

Finland’s parliament votes yes to NATO

Helsinki (The Times Groupe)- Finland's parliament on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a proposal to join NATO in a historic policy shift prompted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Russia expels Finnish diplomats in tit-for-tat move

Moscow (The Times Groupe)- Russia declared two Finnish diplomats persona non grata in retaliation on Tuesday.

Finland, Sweden’s entry to NATO no threat to Russia, but will draw a response: Putin

Moscow (The Times Groupe)- Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Finland and Sweden joining NATO does not pose a threat to Moscow, but the move will certainly generate a response from Moscow.

Sweden sends delegation to Ankara to discuss NATO membership

Stockholm (The Times Groupe)- The Swedish government announced Sunday that it sends a delegation of diplomats to Turkey to discuss Sweden's desire to join...

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