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Opinion: A look at the drone arsenal Russia uses against Ukraine

Opinion: A look at the drone arsenal Russia uses against Ukraine

by Andrii Kharuk

Drone combat in Russia’s war against Ukraine is changing warfare. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are being used at an unprecedented scale for which neither the Ukrainian nor the Russian armies were quite prepared. Both militaries have made significant progress with respect to drones, sometimes modernizing them in the midst

Ukraine war latest: Deploying jets to protect Ukraine would lead to escalation, UK foreign secretary says

Ukraine war latest: Deploying jets to protect Ukraine would lead to escalation, UK foreign secretary says

by The Kyiv Independent news desk

Key developments on April 15: * Deploying jets to protect Ukraine would lead to escalation, UK foreign secretary says * Source: Ukrainian forces hit command post in Russian-occupied Crimea * Netherlands, Germany, Canada to send drones to Ukraine * SBU: Ukraine's modernized sea drones can carry 1 ton of explosives over 1,000 kilometers

Ukraine Business Roundup — March 19

Ukraine Business Roundup — March 19

by Liliane Bivings

The following is the March 19, 2024 edition of our Ukraine Business Roundup weekly newsletter. To get the biggest news in business and tech from Ukraine directly in your inbox, subscribe here. As Ukraine runs out of ammunition on the battlefield, the government is betting on the country’s drone

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IMF: Ukraine needs $42 billion in budget support for 2024.

Speaking in Washington, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said she was "confident" this would be achieved but added that fully addressing the country’s economic problems would require ending Russia's full-scale invasion.
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US House Democrats back Johnson's foreign aid bills.

"We're going to do what's necessary to make sure the national security bill gets over the finish line," House Democratic leader Hakeem Jeffries said. "It's not Johnson's foreign aid package. It's America's foreign aid package in terms of meeting our national security needs."
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