The U.S. and Europe are running out of weapons to send to Ukraine

Ukrainian soldiers fire an M777 howitzer, Kharkiv region, northeastern Ukraine. This photo may not be distributed in the Russian Federation. Vyacheslav Madievsky | Future Releases | Getty Images In the US arms industry, the typical production level for artillery rounds for the 155 millimeter howitzer – the long-range heavy artillery currently used on the battlefields … Read more

Referendums begin in Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine; long lines form at borders as Russians flee military call-up

U.N. commission says Russian troops committed war crimes Ukrainian servicemen search for land mines at a burial site in a forest on the outskirts of Izyum, eastern Ukraine on September 16, 2022. Juan Barreto | AFP | Getty Images A team of experts tasked by the U.N. said in a new report that Russian troops … Read more

Zelenskyy calls Russia a state sponsor of terrorism; Biden calls on U.N. to stand with Ukraine

Zelenskyy calls Russia a state sponsor of terrorism Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speaks during an interview with Reuters, amid Russia’s attack on Ukraine, in Kyiv, Ukraine September 16, 2022.  Valentyn Ogirenko | Reuters Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy demanded that global leaders hold Russia accountable for its monthslong assault on his nation. “Russia should pay for … Read more

Ukraine seeks to root out occupiers, collaborators and saboteurs in reclaimed territory; ‘hard to tell’ if war is at a turning point, Biden says

Russian propagandists mistakenly published an article announcing victory, then removed it Just two days after the Kremlin invasion in late February, Russian state media mistakenly published and then quickly deleted an article claiming victory in Ukraine and declaring “the beginning of a new era.” The Atlantic said In a report on Monday. The incident has … Read more

Japan is pivoting back to nuclear after Fukushima disaster — and the IEA says it’ll help cool gas markets

This image, from March 2022, shows wind turbines in front of the Hamaoka nuclear power plant in Japan. The country is now planning to use more nuclear power in the coming years. Korekore | Istock | Getty Images Japan’s plans to return to using more nuclear power have been welcomed by the International Energy Agency, … Read more

25 confirmed dead after Russian attack on Ukraine Independence Day; UK to send Kyiv new drones package

The State Department condemned Russia’s ‘so-called tribunals’ in Mariupol US State Department spokesman Ned Price holds a press conference on Afghanistan on August 16, 2021 at the State Department in Washington. Kevin Lamarck | Reuters The State Department condemned Moscow’s “so-called tribunals” in the Russian-controlled city of Mariupol. “The Kremlin is trying to deflect responsibility … Read more

Security situation in Crimea deteriorates for Moscow; pro-Russian breakaway region cozies up to North Korea

Russian shakes up Black Sea fleet command after series of blows in Crimea Russian President Vladimir Putin visits the destroyer Vice-Admiral Kulakov at the Naval Base of Black Sea Fleet on September 23, 2014 in Novorossiysk, Russia. Sasha Mordovets | Getty Images News | Getty Images Russia’s Black Sea fleet based in annexed Crimea has … Read more

Explosions hit Russian ammo depot in Crimea; Ukraine warns of danger of radiation incident at nuclear plant

Russia blames ammo depot strike on ‘sabotage’ Russia’s Defense Ministry has said that explosions reported at an ammunition depot near the town of Dzhankoi in northern Crimea, which Russia has occupied since 2014, were caused by “sabotage.” Earlier on Tuesday, Russian news agencies and local officials reported a series of explosions at an arms depot … Read more

Putin slams U.S., claims it wants to drag out war in Ukraine and provoke China

Russian President Vladimir Putin appears at the plenary session of the St. Petersburg Economic Forum SPIEF 2022 on June 17, 2022 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Getty Images Russian President Vladimir Putin lashed out at the United States and the West on Tuesday, claiming the United States wants out of the war in Ukraine. “The situation … Read more

Russia urged to withdraw forces from Ukrainian nuclear power plant; Putin turns to North Korea for friendship

Brittany Griner defense team appeals against Russian drug convictions US Women’s National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball player Brittany Griner, who was detained at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport and later charged with possession of marijuana, awaits the verdict in the defendants’ cage before a court hearing in Khimki outside Moscow on August. 4, 2022. Evgenia Novozhenina | … Read more