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Ukraine lost one of its best fighter jets on early Friday morning. CNN reported that a Ukrainian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jet was shot down over Kyiv shortly before dawn on Friday, according to Ukrainian Deputy Interior Minister Evgeny Yenin. Several videos capture the fiery scene above the country's capital city of nearly 3,000 residents as smoldering debris rains down on Kyiv.

Before the war started, Ukraine only had 34 Su-27 fighter jets, according to Forbes.

The Ukrainian Interior Ministry says Kyiv's air defenses have downed a Russian aircraft. Here's a collection of videos showing a massive explosion with debris raining over apartment high-rises on the left bank of the Dnieper — Alejandro Alvarez (@Alejandro Alvarez) 1645759070

The destroyed plane caused a high-rise apartment to catch fire. Three people in the apartment building were injured, according to Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko.

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The New York Times reported that the United Nations released a statement on Friday claiming that they had received reports of at least 25 civilians have been killed and 127 injured in Ukraine due to "shelling and airstrikes" from the Russian invasion. The U.N. cautioned that the actual death toll was likely much higher.

The U.N. also estimates that roughly 100,000 Ukrainians have fled their homes, many traveling to neighboring countries for safety.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared martial law following the Russian invasion. The declaration prohibits Ukrainian men between the ages of 18 and 60 to leave the country, CBS News reported.

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Appeals Court Shuts Down Special Master Review of Mar-a-Lago Documents

by Ben Whedon


A federal appeals court on Thursday ruled that a Trump-appointed judge erred in appointing a special master to independently review the documents the FBI seized from his Mar-a-Lago estate in August.

An 11th Circuit Court of Appeals panel unanimously determined that U.S. District Court Judge Aileen Cannon was incorrect both to appoint a special master to independently assess Trump’s executive privilege claims and to bar the Department of Justice from conducting its own review, Politico reported.

“The law is clear. We cannot write a rule that allows any subject of a search warrant to block government investigations after the execution of the warrant,” the panel wrote, per Reuters. “Nor can we write a rule that allows only former presidents to do so.”

Trump will likely appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court.

The DOJ asked the 11th Circuit Court to overrule Dearie’s appointment in October, saying “[d]istrict courts have no general equitable authority to superintend federal criminal investigations… [I]nstead, challenges to the government’s use of the evidence recovered in a search are resolved through ordinary criminal motions practice if and when charges are filed. Here, however, the district court granted the extraordinary relief Plaintiff sought…”

The Supreme Court in October, rejected a request from the Trump team to intervene in the matter and allow special master Raymond Dearie to review documents marked as classified.

On Aug. 8, 2022 FBI agents from the Washington Field Office raided Trump’s Florida estate seeking classified documents he may have taken from the White House. Trump has claimed the raid was an act of political persecution, a sentiment echoed by top-level Republicans.

The DOJ in November appointed Jack Smith as special counsel to handle its investigations involving Trump after he announced his 2024 presidential campaign.

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Ben Whedon is the night editor for the Just the News. He came to the company from Breitbart News and is a graduate of Washington and Lee University.




Reprinted with permission from Just the News

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