Russia accuses Ukraine of using cluster munitions in Belgorod strikes – JURIST

Russia accused Ukraine on Saturday of using internationally prohibited cluster munitions in strikes on the city of Belgorod in Russia. The country’s Permanent Representative the UN Security Council called the…

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Ukraine won’t surrender to Russia. But it needs U.S. help to win

Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, has said it many times: If Western military support were to falter, the Ukrainians would continue to fight. They would do it alone if need be,…

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Ukraine intelligence chief arrested in absentia by Russia court for second time – JURIST

The Basmanny District Court of Moscow ruled to arrest Ukrainian Intelligence Chief Kyrylo Budanov in absentia for the second time this year, accusing him of committing over 104 crimes including…

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Russia opens unprecedented number of treason cases in 2023 – JURIST

The Russian authorities opened 70 cases in 2023, either for state treason or for confidential cooperation with a foreign state or organization, according to a report from the human rights…

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Biden signs executive order targeting Russia defense industry – JURIST

US President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday sanctioning the Russian defense industry. The order comes amidst a congressional deadlock over further US funding to Ukraine in their…

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Opinion: Talks can’t end the Ukraine war, because Russia lies

Following the full-scale invasion by Russia in February 2022, Ukraine has suffered tremendously. Tens of thousands have died, and a quarter of the country’s prewar population has been displaced. Homes,…

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Opinion: Amid the Ukraine war, are sanctions against Russia working?

In February 2022, Russian troops mounted an invasion of Ukraine. Following Russia’s flagrant violation of Ukrainian territorial sovereignty, the U.S. joined with nations around the world to impose sanctions. Instead…

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Ukraine condemns Russia plans for presidential election in occupied territories – JURIST

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry strongly condemned on Saturday the Russian Federation’s plans to hold presidential elections on occupied Ukrainian territory early next year, following the decision taken by Russian lawmakers…

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US justice department charges 4 Russia soldiers with war crimes – JURIST

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) formally unsealed war crime charges against four Russian soldiers on Wednesday. The soldiers charged with three war crimes each—unlawful confinement, torture and inhuman…

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Russia Puts Meta Spokesperson On Wanted List

Russian authorities have classified the Facebook and Instagram owner as a “terrorist and extremist” organization. Source link

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Yale report: Belarus and Russia collaborate in systematic deportation of Ukrainian children – JURIST

The Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab released a report detailing alleged collaboration between Belarus and Russia in the systematic deportation of Ukrainian children on Thursday. The 66-page…

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Russia Says It’s Using Ukrainian POWs To Fight On Moscow’s Side

Russia is sending Ukrainian prisoners of war to the front lines of their homeland to fight on Moscow’s side in the war, the Russian state news agency RIA Novosti reported….

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Russia withdraws as signatory of global nuclear test ban – JURIST

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday signed a bill that withdraws Russia as a signatory to the global nuclear test ban treaty. The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) is…

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UN inquiry into missile strike that killed 59 civillians concludes Russia was responsible – JURIST

The UN Human Rights office Tuesday concluded that the October 5 missile strike in Hroza, Ukraine was launched by Russia. The strike, which was labeled the deadliest since Russia’s 2022…

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Column: Fiona Hill is worried — and not only about Russia

WASHINGTON —  Fiona Hill is worried. The onetime Russia advisor to then-President Trump fears that support for Ukraine is gradually eroding, encouraging Russian President Vladimir Putin to try to wait the…

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Russia arrests second US journalist for failure to register as a ‘foreign agent’ – JURIST

US-Russian journalist Alsu Kurmasheva was arrested in Russia Wednesday for failing to register as a “foreign agent.” Kurmasheva, a reporter for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), holds dual citizenship in…

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Russia attack in Avdiivka, Ukraine results in civilian casualities – JURIST

A Russian offensive operation near Avdiivka, Ukraine resulted in two confirmed civilian deaths on Sunday, as reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The offensive is…

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French Police Probe Possible Poisoning Of Russian Journalist Who Denounced War On TV

PARIS (AP) — French prosecutors are investigating a suspected poisoning Thursday of a Russian journalist who fled after denouncing the war in Ukraine on live TV. Marina Ovsyannikova called emergency…

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Norway arrests ex-Wagner commander under suspicion of illegally crossing Russia border – JURIST

Norwegian police arrested former commander of the Wagner Group, Andrey Medvedev, on Friday under suspicion of attempting to illegally cross the border into Russia, according to local Norwegian news site…

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Biden implores world leaders to stand up to Russia in Ukraine

UNITED NATIONS —  Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky delivered a dire warning Tuesday, telling global leaders gathered at the U.N. General Assembly that Russia’s invasion is a threat that extends beyond the…

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