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EU Council president visits Russian war crime scenes, says EU must do more for Ukraine

BORODYANKA, Kyiv Oblast – Walking through the town of Borodyanka, 40 kilometers northwest of Kyiv, European Union Council President Charles Michel wasn’t hiding his grief. Visiting the largely destroyed Ukrainian town that he has likely never heard of until recently, the official was trying to carefully pick words of support. ...
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Ukraine needs Western aircraft to put an end to massacre of civilians, achieve victory

Russia’s air force has proven insufficiently effective when it comes to crushing Ukrainian resistance. Despite heavily outnumbering Ukraine’s air force, Russia has failed to achieve total air supremacy, with the skies over Ukraine still being contested. And yet there is one aspect in which Russia’s air force, along with other ...
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50 days of Russia’s war in photos

April 14 marks 50 days since Russia launched its brutal all-out war against Ukraine. Moscow’s unprovoked military aggression has already cost it approximately 19,900 servicemen and 5,260 units of weapons and other equipment, according to Ukraine’s government estimates. Russia hasn’t achieved any significant success in its offensive, having captured only ...