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Belarusians join war seeking to free Ukraine and themselves

  • One is a restaurateur who fled Belarus when he learned he was about to be arrested for criticizing President Alexander Lukashenko. What united them is their determination to resist Lukashenko by fighting against Russian forces in Ukraine. Belarusians are among those who have answered a call by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for foreign fighters to go to Ukraine and join the International Legion for the Territorial Defense of Ukraine.

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Airstrike hits university building in Bakhmut, Ukraine

STORY: The rocket strike destroyed the Gorlivka University of Foreign Languages, blasting a crater next to the building.“There was an explosion, here it landed, there. That is where the crater is. It blew all of this out, the wall was gone,” said 71-year-old Oleksandr Suvorov.Russian forces are some 10 km east of town. The fighting north, south and east of Bakhmut has been intense during the last week.Russia intensified an offensive in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.After ending weeks of resistance by the last Ukrainian fighters in the strategic southeastern city of Mariupol, Russia is waging what appears to be a major offensive in Luhansk, one of two provinces in Donbas.
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    Belarusians join war seeking to free Ukraine and themselves

    One is a restaurateur who fled Belarus when he learned he was about to be arrested for criticizing President Alexander Lukashenko. What united them is their determination to resist Lukashenko by fighting against Russian forces in Ukraine. Belarusians are among those who have answered a call by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for foreign fighters to go to Ukraine and join the International Legion for the Territorial Defense of Ukraine.

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    Vatican airs dirty laundry in trial over London property

    The Vatican’s sprawling financial trial may not have produced any convictions yet or any new smoking guns as prosecutors work through a first round of questioning of the 10 suspects accused of fleecing the Holy See of tens of millions of euros. Recent hearings showed a church bureaucracy that used espionage, allowed outsiders with unverified qualifications to gain access to the Apostolic Palace and relied on a pervasive mantra of sparing the pope responsibility — until someone’s neck was on the

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    Fate of 2,500 Ukrainian POWs from steel plant stirs concern

    With Russia claiming to have taken prisoner nearly 2,500 Ukrainian fighters from the besieged Mariupol steel plant, concerns grew about their fate as a Moscow-backed separatist leader vowed they would face tribunals. Russia has declared its full control of the Azovstal steel plant, which for weeks was the last holdout in Mariupol and a symbol of Ukrainian tenacity in the strategic port city, now in ruins with more than 20,000 residents feared dead. The seizure gives Russian President Vladimir

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  • The Telegraph

    Russia-Ukraine latest news: Ukraine rules out ceasefire as Russia intensifies Donbas offensive

    Ukraine has dug deep in Donbas mud but both sides may be stuck Daniel Johnson: War has exposed Russia as a third-rate power Russia destroys shipment of Western weapons en route to Donbas Boris Johnson faces fresh pressure over Lord Lebedev's peerage Listen to the latest episode of our daily Ukraine podcast

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  • The Telegraph

    Russia destroys major shipment of Western weapons en route to Donbas

    Moscow has claimed to have destroyed a major Western weapons shipment meant to reinforce Ukraine's defence of the Donbas, as the Russian army intensified its attempts to seize the key eastern region.

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  • The Telegraph

    Chechen troops in Ukraine mocked for focusing on making TikTok videos over fighting

    Feared when they invaded Ukraine three months ago, pro-Russia Chechen fighters are now facing mockery for being more interested in uploading TikTok videos than fighting.

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  • The Independent

    Biden signs $40bn Ukraine aid bill after it was flown to him in South Korea

    Hard copy of bill flown by official on commercial flight to Asia

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    British weapons will turn Moldovans into 'cannon fodder', says pro-Russian former president

    British weapons supplies to Moldova will drag the country into Russia's war in Ukraine and turn its population into "cannon fodder", the leader of the main Moldovan opposition party has said.

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  • The Telegraph

    ‘We can no longer afford to eat’: Ukraine war pushes millions into starvation

    By the time Fahima had scrapped together $10 for a lift to the health clinic, her youngest son was wasting away. At 16 months old, Bilar weighed just 10 pounds when he was admitted to the whitewashed paediatric ward – less than half the average for a young boy his age.

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  • The New York Times

    Ukrainian Oligarch Seeks to Distance Himself From Russia by Mulling Sale of Superyacht

    As his steel mill in Mariupol, Ukraine, was being destroyed by Russian bombs, becoming the site of a last stand by the city’s defenders, billionaire Rinat Akhmetov, Ukraine’s richest man, emerged as a staunch supporter of the country’s war effort. But even as Akhmetov pledged to help rebuild Ukraine, a large portion of his fortune was committed to a secret vanity project that speaks to his past as a pro-Russian oligarch: A German shipyard is building a superyacht for his family’s use. The yacht,

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