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Serhii Cherevatyi, spox for Ukraine's eastern command, says Ukrainian forces are doing everything to hold Bakhmut. They'd withdraw only if generals felt it was necessary to minimize troop losses and take better positions.

"Following its invasion of Ukraine, Russia's [democratic] score showed the most dramatic drop of any country in the world," the EIU said as it published its annual Democracy Index.

EIU “a potential second spike in headline inflation in both US & eurozone — could be driven by another jump in global commodity prices related to the war in Ukraine or China’s economic reopening could also trigger a more aggressive tightening cycle than we currently expect.”

The nature of Swiss neutrality is shifting amid the war in Ukraine

Oil and gas giant Shell has reported record annual profits of more than £32-billion after energy prices surged following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Labour's Lisa Nandy told #BBCBreakfast  the Government needs to tighten the rules on the 'windfall tax'

France seizes Iran assault rifles, missiles heading to Yemen

- Russia's offensive is intensifying as the invasion's one-year mark approaches, Zelenskiy says - Poland warns of a potential Russian plan to surround Ukraine on multiple fronts - EU delegation heads to Kyiv for summit Latest updates:

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Belgian arms trader tangles with minister over tanks for Ukraine

Sen. Lee: Is ‘Declaration of War' or 'Authorization for Military Force' Needed to Continue Giving Weapons to Ukraine?

Russia said to be eyeing eastern Ukraine push; Kyiv targets graft

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You can’t find baby formula in the United States right now but Congress is voting today to send $40 billion to Ukraine. Let’s put America First for a change.

US funding for war in Ukraine in 9 months: Mar: $ 13.6 billion May: $ 40b Nov: $ 37.7b: Biden's new request That $ 91.3 billion is 33% more than Russia's *total military spending for the year* It's *double* the US's average annual expenditure for its own war in Afghanistan

The hell with it … even though Starlink is still losing money & other companies are getting billions of taxpayer $, we’ll just keep funding Ukraine govt for free

Last night, Russia launched a brazen attack on the people of Ukraine, in violation of international law and basic principles of human decency. Here’s my statement on what it means, and what should happen next.

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Starlink service is now active in Ukraine. More terminals en route.

Starlink has been told by some governments (not Ukraine) to block Russian news sources. We will not do so unless at gunpoint. Sorry to be a free speech absolutist.

I was right about Vietnam. I was right about Iraq. I will do everything in my power to prevent a war with Iran. I apologize to no one.