May 23, 2022


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Zelensky reveals his location and expects Putin's next target: live updates

Zelensky reveals his location and expects Putin’s next target: live updates

The United Nations now believes that more than 2 million refugees have fled Ukraine

The United Nations estimates on Tuesday that more than two million people have They fled from Ukraine since the beginning Russian invasion.

Of the 2,011,312 people who have left since February 24, about 1.2 million have ended up in Poland, while nearly 200,000 have sought refuge in Hungary – countries that share a border with Ukraine.

“As the situation continues to evolve, an estimated 4 million people may flee Ukraine,” UNHCR said.

A large-scale Russian cyber attack remains a possibility for the United States

Blinken: Allies must apply ‘maximum pressure’ against Putin

Secretary of State Blinkin said they should ensure “maximum pressure” on Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine, Fox News’ Rich Edson reported.

The Biden administration is currently negotiating an end to the previous administration’s “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran.

Ukraine says it killed a top Russian general, citing intercepted communications

Ukraine has released two recordings of phone conversations that it claims provide evidence of the killing of a senior Russian general.

In the recordings, a Russian field officer of the FSB made it clear that they no longer had safe lines of communication and that his senior officer, Major General Vitaly Gerasimov, was killed in action, Politico reported.

World Bank approves $700 million for Ukraine

Translation: “The World Bank has approved an additional support package for Ukraine of more than $700 million.”

The co-chair of the Ukrainian assembly said that Putin wants to restore the Soviet Union

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Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick said that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s desire to reshape the former Soviet Union and his age were important factors in his invasion of Ukraine.

“Two things about Vladimir Putin: He has a great willingness to take risks when it comes to Ukraine,” the co-chair of the Republican and Ukrainian Congress of Pennsylvania told Fox News. He identified three capitals of world Christianity: Rome, Jerusalem and Kiev.

“If you want to get into his mind, it’s almost like the situation in the West Bank,” he continued. “This is sacred ground to him, and it is the first step in remaking the former Soviet Union.” (Read more)

More than 1.7 million Ukrainians have fled the country

Report: More than 291,000 Ukrainian refugees have fled to Romania

More than 291,000 Ukrainian refugees have fled their country and entered Romania since the start of the Russian invasion, Reuters reported.

This number includes at least 30,000 children.

Report: Russia lost 300 tanks and about 50 planes in the invasion of Ukraine

The foreign ministers of Ukraine and Russia meet in Turkey

Ukraine shows the devastation caused by a Russian attack: video

Russia paves the way for Kiev: retired colonel

Watch: Ukrainian soldiers reportedly destroyed Russian equipment in Mykolaiv

Translation: Ukrainian soldiers in the Mykolaiv region destroy the equipment of the Russian invaders.

Civilians flee the city of Irbin, Ukraine, as rain falls from Russian bombing

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Tucker: We are at war with Russia whether Congress declares it or not

Whistleblower says ‘no option for potential victory’ for Russia in Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to unexpected obstacles and challenges that make victory nearly impossible as losses continue to mount amid heavy penalties, according to a letter allegedly written by a Russian intelligence analyst at one of Russia’s security agencies.

“No one knew there would be such a war, so no one prepared for such sanctions,” the whistleblower said in a report. “It’s just that there is no option for a potential victory.”

Zelensky defiantly reveals his position in Kyiv: “I am not afraid of anyone”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed not to leave the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, and has gone so far as to reveal his location while Russian forces continue their assault on the city.”

On Bankova Street, Zelensky said in a social network on Monday: “I’m not hiding, I’m not afraid of anyone.” Bankova Street is where the presidential offices are located.

The Ukrainian leader defiantly pointed his camera at the window just across from his office, showing that it was night in Kyiv.

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The Ukrainian defense claimed that they had killed a Russian military commander