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    By PIA SARKAR and JENNIFER PELTZ | Associated Press UNITED NATIONS — One day after Ukraine’s president laid out a forceful case against Russia’s invasion at the United Nations, the United States made its own assertions in front of the U.N. Security Council on Thursday about why Russia should face further censure and isolation. Minutes later, Russia came right back, calling the claims unfair and saying Ukraine is to blame. Antony Blinken, the United States’ top diplomat, spoke to Security Council members on Thursday, detailing allegations of what he called war crimes and other atrocities committed by Russia and urging them to “send a clear message” to the country to stop its nuclear threats. Russia’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, addressed the Security Council shortly afterward, repeating his country’s frequent claims that Kyiv has long oppressed Russian speakers in Ukraine’s east — one of the explanations Moscow has offered for the invasion. Ukraine’s Western allies “have been covering up the crimes of the Kyiv regime,” said Lavrov, who was not in the room when Blinken and some other U.S. allies spoke....
    (CNN)Russian missile strikes have hit the southern Ukrainian port of Odesa, just one day after Ukraine and Russia agreed on a deal that would allow the resumption of vital grain exports from the region.Serhii Bratchuk, a spokesman for the Odessa military administration, said two missiles hit the infrastructure of the port and two were shot down by Ukraine's air defense. At least six explosions were heard in Odesa, according to Ukrainian member of parliament Oleksiy Goncharenko. It comes one day after ministers from both Ukraine and Russia signed an agreement -- brokered by the United Nations and Turkey in Istanbul -- to allow grain exports from Ukrainian Black Sea ports aimed at easing the global food crisis sparked by war. "This is all you have to know about "agreements" with the Russians. Explosions in the seaport of #Odesa. One day after the agreement with #Turkey and #UN was signed re export of #Ukraine's #grain under which #Russia has committed not to shell the port," Ukrainian parliament member Solomiia Bobrovska tweeted. Read MoreKyiv and Moscow agree deal to resume Ukraine grain...
    VLADIMIR Putin has lost his 50th colonel in Ukraine - just one day after two of his generals were wiped out in the same ambush. Lieutenant Colonel Vladimir Nigmatullin, 46, was killed on May 31 - but his death was only disclosed by Russian forces today.  1Lieutenant Colonel Vladimir Nigmatullin, 46, was killed last monthCredit: East2West It's not clear how the father-of-three from Yekaterinburg died. His sister-in-law Marina Konyukhova paid tribute to him on social media, describing him as an "amazing husband" to her sister. She said: "I am always proud of you, and I will always be proud.  "You set an example to the Motherland, so that everyone does like you did... you went through a lot of conflict areas." Read more on the Ukraine warWALKING DEAD Mind-blowing death toll of warped Russian soldiers exposedDROPPING LIKE FLIES Ukraine 'kills TWO of Putin's generals in one strike' as huge toll hit Putin has lost nearly one colonel every two days in the shambolic Ukraine invasion, bringing the tally to 50. So far, more than 31,200 Russian troops have...
    Russia has lost its 50th colonel of the war in Ukraine in the latest hammer blow to the Kremlin, with the death toll now soaring past 31,000. Artillery commander Lt Col Vladimir Nigmatullin, a 46-year-old father-of-three from Yekaterinburg, was killed on May 31, it has now been revealed. Nigmatullin's death has been confirmed to his family, adding to the huge list of casualties of Russia's military leaders, with one colonel killed every two days.  It comes after Vladimir Putin lost two of his most senior commanders in a single day in a devastating bridge ambush in eastern Ukraine, a group of independent journalists claimed.  Nigmatullin's sister-in-law Marina Konyukhova said: 'Eternal memory, darling, dear, much-loved man, you passed away. Artillery commander Lt Col Vladimir Nigmatullin has been killed in Ukraine, Russia's 50th colonel casualty of the war Russia confirmed the death of Major-General Roman Kutuzov (pictured) on Sunday Nigmatullin's sister-in-law Marina Konyukhova (pictured) said in a tribute he 'set an example to the Motherland' 'We still cannot believe you are gone. You are a father of three children, and an amazing husband...
    President Biden has made a u-turn over his call for regime change in Russia following the invasion of Ukraine by troops controlled by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The president was asked by a reporter as he was leaving Holy Trinity Church in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington D.C. on Sunday.  'Mr President do you want Putin removed?', the reporter asked. 'Mr President were you calling for regime change?' they asked, to which Biden turned to the camera and yelled 'no!' before getting into his motorcade.     President Joe Biden, leaving the Holy Trinity Church in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington told a reporter 'No!' when asked if he was calling for regime change  Less than 24 hours earlier, Biden said: 'For God's sake this man cannot remain in power,' in a shocking apparent call for regime change in Moscow. The call came at the end of an impassioned speech from Poland on Saturday. The unscripted remark, which the White House scrambled to walk back as the Kremlin expressed fury, came at the end of an otherwise resolute and fiery speech rallying the free...
    President Joseph Biden will travel to Poland on Friday to discuss the international response to 'the humanitarian and human rights crisis that Russia's unjustified and unprovoked war on Ukraine has created,' White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said late Sunday. Biden's trip to Warsaw will come a day after he meets in Brussels with NATO Allies, G7 Leaders and European Union Leaders to discuss international efforts to support Ukraine as Russian forces continue to pummel their neighbor. In Poland, Biden will hold a bilateral meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda. However, Biden will not visit Ukraine during his trip to Europe, Psaki said earlier Sunday after officials in Kyiv issued an open invitation to the president. More than 2 million refugees have entered Poland from Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion on Feb. 24, the Polish border guard said on Friday.  The White House also said Biden will host a call Monday at 11 a.m. EST with President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the...
    A British journalist working for Fox News has been seriously injured near Kyiv after being hit in the legs by shrapnel while covering the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Benjamin Hall, 39, a married father-of-three from London who has worked for the US television network since 2015, was today being treated in intensive care in hospital. Fox News Media chief executive Suzanne Scott told staff in a memo that bosses have a 'minimal level of details' and teams on the ground were working to find out more on what happened to Mr Hall, whose wife Alicia and three daughters live in London. White House press secretary Jen Psaki told another Fox News reporter at a press conference in Washington DC yesterday that 'our thoughts, the president's thoughts, our administration's thoughts are with him, his family and all of you at Fox News.' Mr Hall is a Washington-based correspondent and an experienced foreign reporter who has previously worked in the likes of Iraq, Syria, Libya, Somalia and Gaza. Irina Venediktova, Ukraine's prosecutor general, said in a Facebook post that a British journalist had...
    A Fox News reporter has been seriously injured while reporting on the invasion of Ukraine from the capital Kyiv.  Fox News producers and correspondents on Monday identified their injured colleague as Benjamin Hall, who has been covering the war outside Kyiv amid an intensifying assault by Russian forces. Ukraine's General Prosecutor Irina Venediktova said in a Facebook post that the journalist, whom she did not mention by name, suffered serious injuries to his extremities and was in the ICU. She shared a partially blacked out images of Hall's press identification from the US Senate and House of Representatives.   Fox News journalist John Roberts said live on air: 'This is news that we hate to pass along to you, but it's obviously what happens sometimes in the middle of a conflict. 'A Fox news journalist has been injured while newsgathering outside of Kiev, very few details but teams on the ground are working as hard as they can to try to gather more information. Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall was seriously wounded on Monday while covering the war in Ukraine  Ukraine's...
    Traders on the floor of the NYSE, Feb. 28, 2022.Source: NYSE Stock futures were little changed in overnight trading Wednesday after the major indexes posted sharp gains as commodity prices cooled. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped about 25 points. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures were both near flat. Amazon shares jumped more than 6% in extended trading after the company announced a 20-for-1 stock split and $10 billion buyback. CrowdStrike rallied more than 12% after hours post-earnings. In Wednesday's regular trading session, the Dow rose 653.61 points, or 2%. The S&P 500 climbed 2.6% for its best day since June 2020. The Nasdaq Composite gained 3.6% for its best day since November 2020. The moves came as oil prices fell Wednesday after trading at elevated levels recently amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine. WTI crude oil dropped more than 12% in its worst day since November and international benchmark Brent crude oil tumbled 13% for its biggest one-day drop since April 2020.Loading chart... Other commodities that have seen significant rallies since the war in Ukraine also...
    Eight Russian aircraft have been destroyed in just 24 hours – including one flown by a pilot who Ukraine claim was feted by Putin for his sorties over Syria. The remarkable tally, in such a short period of time, offers further evidence of Russia’s military campaign going badly wrong. The losses of strike jets and helicopter gunships will infuriate Putin, who assumed his air force would achieve superiority on the first day of the war. Eight Russian aircraft have been destroyed in just 24 hours – including one flown by a pilot, Major Krasnoyarsk (pictured), who Ukraine claim was feted by Putin for his sorties over Syria The pilots were filmed pleading they were 'following orders' as they were captured The burning wreckage of a Russian Su-30 which crashed into a field in Ukraine on Saturday Footage shared online shows a pilot, reportedly from a downed helicopter, wearing an orange jumpsuit as he gets on his knees with his hands behind his head as his capture questions him Instead, his aircraft are proving vulnerable to Ukrainian defences, including the S-300 ground-to-air...
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