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    By Jeremy Herb | CNN Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Thursday that Ukraine is unwilling to cede any of its land to Russia, standing firm that a concession of Ukrainian territory won’t be part of any diplomatic negotiations to end the war. “Ukrainians are not ready to give away their land, to accept that these territories belong to Russia. This is our land,” Zelensky said in an exclusive interview aired Thursday on CNN’s “The Situation Room.” “We always talk about that, and we are intending to prove it,” he added. Zelensky spoke to CNN at the same time as one of his top Western allies, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, announced he would be resigning. Speaking in Ukrainian via a translator, Zelensky said he was confident that Britain’s policy toward Ukraine “will not be changing” even if the country’s leadership is in tumult. “He resigned not because he was in Ukraine. I think on the contrary, what Johnson has been doing for Ukraine was helping us a great deal. I consider him a friend of Ukraine,...
    OLEKSANDR USYK will be "fighting for the whole democratic world" when he rematches Anthony Joshua. The undefeated Ukrainian enters his summer showdown with AJ as a beacon of hope for his war-torn homeland, which has been gripped by an illegal Russian invasion. 3Oleksandr Usyk will renew his rivalry with Anthony Joshua this summerCredit: MARC ASPLAND 3Usyk will be flying the flag for his war-torn homeland of UkraineCredit: RICHARD PELHAM 3And promoter Alexander Krassyuk insists his countryman will be fighting for "the whole democratic world"Credit: [email protected] And for the slick southpaw, his second clash with the golden boy of British boxing is much more than a maiden defence of the WBA, WBO and IBF titles. Promoter Alexander Krassyuk told Rob Tebbut: “He is not fighting for himself. “He’s not fighting for glory or for fame. He’s not just fighting for his personal legacy. "He’s fighting for the whole country. He’s fighting for the whole democratic world.” READ MORE IN SPORT'EXPERIENCED HEAD' AJ to bring in an 'old-school and experienced' coach for Usyk rematch Former undisputed cruiserweight king Usyk, 35, has set...
    OLYMPIC badmiton star Artem Pochtarev was inspired to join the Ukraine war effort after his father was killed in Kharkiv. The Tokyo 2020 and Rio 2016 ace, 28, is one of several Ukrainian athletes to have been affected by Russia's invasion. 7Artem Pochtarev's father died during the invasionCredit: Instagram @pochtarev93 7Maria Ulitina wants to fly the Ukraine flag by continuing to playCredit: Instagram @carrera.ua 7Dmytro Zavadsky is serving in Ukraine's territorial army 7Pochtarev (left) and Ulitina both played at Tokyo 2020Credit: Instagram @pochtarev93 Some, including London 2012 badminton star Dmytro Zavadsky, have signed up to Ukraine's territorial army - like boxers Oleksandr Usyk and Vasiliy Lomachenko have done. Pochtarev considered signing up too after his father was killed but with no military experience he decided his skills would be better suited to supplying food to those in need. Another badminton star, Maria Ulitina, who competed at the Tokyo and Rio Games, has had to leave Ukraine to seek refuge. The 30-year-old has described the ordeal as being mentally tough but she has vowed to continue playing in order to fly...
    President Joe Biden stumbled in a speech to American troops stationed in Poland on Friday, previewing what they would see when they arrived in Ukraine. “You’re going to see, when you’re there, and some of you have been there, you’re going to see women, young people, standing in front of a damn tank just saying, ‘I’m not leaving, I’m holding my ground,'” Biden said. “They’re incredible.” The president spoke to a small group of soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division stationed in the Polish city of Rzeszow. Biden repeatedly spoke about Ukraine to the troops, telling them they were there to support the Ukrainian people, even though he has repeatedly promised not to send American troops into the country. “What’s at stake, not just that what we’re doing here in Ukraine to try to help the Ukrainian people and keep the massacre from continuing,” he said. “Beyond that, what is at stake, is what are your kids and grandkids going to look like in terms of their freedom.” Biden told the American troops they were in a generational fight against...
    CHELSEA legend Andriy Shevchenko will help provide homes for 150 Ukrainian refugees. The website for providing housing crashed within moments of going live on Monday, amid Britain’s biggest refugee resettlement scheme since World War Two. 2Shevchenko says he will help house 150 Ukrainian refugeesCredit: Reuters 2The striker scored 22 goals in 77 appearances for the BluesCredit: Getty Images - Getty Shevchenko, signed under the ownership of Roman Abramovich, scored 22 times in 77 games for the Blues and won the FA Cup with the West London club. He managed the Ukraine national team for five years but now vows to help his country in other ways, providing refuge to those who flee from the horrific attacks in his homeland. The former striker told ITV News that he would even take children in to his own £7m mansion in Wentworth, Surrey. The 45-year-old said: "The war is very cruel and it's hard to see the cities being destroyed, the people dying. Read More On ChelseaBLUES NEWS Chelsea plead for behind closed doors match, Havertz' classy gesture - updatesCUB SCOUT Chicago Cubs...
    WOMEN in Ukraine who have taken up arms to defeat Vladimir Putin yesterday told the tyrant: “You’ve killed our children — now you will pay.” Female soldiers are among frontline troops fighting ­Russian forces in the east of the war-torn country. 5Brave Ukrainian Kate Matchyshyn has abandoned her massage therapy business to take up weapons training with an AK-47 rifleCredit: Chris Eades And thousands more in civvy street are going through weapons training to learn how to fire AK-47 assault rifles. Others have put their lives on hold to make camouflage nets and help care for the 2.3 million refugees driven from their homes. It is an incredible effort by all, and one which the women are confident will contribute to defeating invading Russian troops. Officials this week issued ­photos of some of the female soldiers in frontline units to mark International Women’s Day. One, who has been serving in the battle-scarred east told The Sun: “Of course women are absolutely on the front line all over the east of Ukraine. “They are fighting alongside men and are seeing combat...
    Buses packed with people fleeing the Russian invasion in Ukraine left two embattled cities today along safe corridors as the war entered its 13th day. United Nations officials said the exodus of refugees from the country had reached two million amid the biggest ground war in Europe since the Second World War. The Russian onslaught has trapped people inside besieged cities that are low on food and water, with previous attempts to lead civilians to safety having failed. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who will address Britain's MPs at 5pm today via videolink, called for the expansion of humanitarian corridors for civilians. He said a child died of dehydration in Mariupol in what was a desperate situation in the city - and pleaded again with Western countries to provide air support. With the invasion now well into its second week, Russian troops have made significant advances in southern Ukraine but stalled in some other regions. Ukrainian soldiers and volunteers have fortified the capital of Kyiv with hundreds of checkpoints and barricades designed to thwart a takeover. A steady rain of shells...
    ON Wednesday Russian forces claimed to have taken the city of Kherson, Ukraine, which would make it the first city in Ukraine fall to Russian forces during the invasion. The Ukrainian government disputed that claim, saying control of the city is still contested. But CNN reported Wednesday that a Facebook post from Mayor Ihor Kolykhaiev might indicate effective control of the city by Russian forces. CNN’s Nick Patton Walsh reported live from nearby Odessa that in the days leading up to Wednesday’s claim, CNN has seen video from the last few days of Russian troops leading Ukrainian civilians away at gunpoint and smashing into storefronts in the city. “It’s clear the Russian military have a substantial presence inside the city,” said Walsh. “You heard at the Pentagon briefing just then the suggestion the city is still quote contested. From residents we’ve spoken to, the guns fell silent a number of hours ago.” He reported on the Mayor’s Facebook post, which indicated some degree of martial law, presumably under the threat of force by Russian military members, not the armed Ukrainian...
    TERRIFIED Ukrainian nationals in the UK are scared that every call with their families could be the last – and are calling for action by Europe to protect their country. Mad tyrant Vladimir Putin launched his latest series of attacks against Ukrainian capital Kyiv in the early hours, with brave defenders digging in for a bloody battle. 6Halina is desperate for something to be done and is terrified she will lose her family membersCredit: Supplied 6Putin ordered troops to invade Ukraine after denying military action would take placeCredit: AFP Protests and demonstrations have taken place outside of Downing Street by hundreds of Ukrainian nationals in Britain, who are begging the UK for help. Bank worker Halina, 38, is calling for Boris Johnson to utilise the British army to help her country, and is calling for a no fly zone. Halina, who lives in Canary Wharf, London, is terrified that every call with her young nephews, 13 and 6, could be the last. She told the Sun: “I can’t believe what is happening, my brother with his wife and children are...
    RUSSIA has said Ukraine’s plea for help from Nato in the face of its military build-up on their border will “worsen” tensions. Fears are mounting the simmering conflict between the two countries could erupt into all-out war with Vladimir Putin's army within weeks as Russia masses troops on the border. Russian tanks allegedly pictured heading for the border with Ukraine 7A Ukrainian serviceman holds a position at the front lineCredit: AFP 7Another Ukrainian soldier looking through binocularsCredit: Reuters Putin has deployed up to 4,000 soldiers along with tanks and other armoured vehicles to the disputed Donbass area, a Russian speaking area which broke away from Ukraine in 2014. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has pleaded with Nato to be allowed to join the alliance, which pledges to come to a member’s aid if one of them is attacked. But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said NATO membership for Ukraine would not resolve the conflict. "We very much doubt that this will help Ukraine settle its domestic problem," Peskov said. "From our point of view, it will only worsen the situation.” The reports of...
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