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President Biden said he and the leaders of eight allied countries had agreed during an emergency meeting to support Poland's investigation into the explosion that killed two people near the border with Ukraine and wait for more information before determining their next steps.What he's saying: Biden did not attribute any blame for the explosion, but said in response to a reporter's question that it was "unlikely" the projectile that caused it was fired from Russia due to its trajectory.Poland's foreign ministry said earlier in the day that the missile was "Russian-made," while President Andrzej Sebastian Duda struck a more cautious tone, saying it was "most probably Russian-made"
— Axios (November 17) (Pocket)
Polish police officers search for missile wreckage in a farmer's field near where a missile struck, killing two people in the village of Przewodów near the border with Ukraine, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka) Since the beginning of November, Russia has engaged in its largest ever missile strike against Ukraine’s infrastructure. On Nov. 15, 2022, two civilians were killed by a stray missile in Przewodów, on Poland’s southeastern border. Immediately, condemnations against Russia by western observers poured over social media as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused the Russians of being responsible. But facts quickly emerged to disprove this.
— The Conversation (November 24) (Pocket)
Russian comedians claiming to be Emmanuel Macron prank called the Polish president Andrzej Duda and tricked him into giving them sensitive information after a missile exploded in eastern Poland last week.
— Weekly Standard (November 23) (Pocket)
“From the information that we and our allies have, it was an S-300 rocket made in the Soviet Union, an old rocket and there is no evidence that it was launched by the Russian side,” Polish president Andrzej Duda said. “It is highly probable that it was fired by Ukrainian anti-aircraft defence.”
— The Independent (November 17) (Pocket)
Zelensky says power was restored to 8 million consumers after Russia's missile barrage initially knocked out power to 10 million
Polish President Andrzej Duda said the missile that killed two people in eastern Poland on Tuesday was likely fired by Ukrainian forces defending against a wave of Russian missile strikes, and that the incident appeared to be an accident.
— CNN (November 17) (Pocket)
Shares in the Asia-Pacific were mostly lower on Wednesday as world leaders gathered in Bali, Indonesia for a second day of the Group of 20 summit. Polish authorities said a Russian-made missile killed two citizens, which president Andrzej Duda described as "an isolated incident," adding an investigation is underway.
— CNBC (November 17) (Pocket)
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