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Sweden Joins Finland in Approving NATO Bid After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Russia warned that the move would be a "grave mistake."

Ukraine Appears to Have Won the “Battle of Kharkiv” as Russian Troops Withdraw From 2nd Largest City

“Step by step,” said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, “we are forcing the occupants to leave the Ukrainian land.”

Al Jazeera Says Israeli Forces Fatally Shot Reporter Shireen Abu Akleh During Raid

Multiple eyewitnesses, including two journalists, disputed Israel's claim that Abu Akleh was shot in a gunfire exchange.

Putin Uses Victory Day Parade to Defend Ukraine Invasion as Zelensky Vows “We Will Win”

“We won then. We will win now. Very soon, there will be two Victory Days in Ukraine," Zelensky said.

US Officials Warn of “High Possibility” That Putin Plans to Invade Moldova Next

Russia has its sight set on the Moldovan breakaway region of Transdniestria.

Biden Calls for $33 Billion in Ukraine Aid as Congress Approves Program to Lend Arms

Congress approved a program to allow the US to provide $20 billion in aid.

Russia Has Nearly Doubled Oil and Gas Sales Since Putin Invaded Ukraine: Study

Russia made $66 billion in fossil fuel sales since the war, with more than 70% flowing to Europe.

EU Alleges “Blackmail” After Russia Cuts Off Gas to Poland and Bulgaria

Russia provides 90% of Bulgaria's gas and 45% of Poland's supplies.

Blasts Hit Moldova’s Pro-Russia Breakaway Region Amid Worries That Russia is Expanding Aims

Moldova worries it may be next.

Defense Secretary: US Wants Russian Military “Weakened” From Ukraine Invasion

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a secret trip to Kyiv.

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