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The ministry and Energoatom both called the strike “nuclear terrorism.” The Russian Defense Ministry had no immediate comment. The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the attack.
— PBS (September 19) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Russian President Vladimir Putin joins hands with the Russian-appointed leaders of four Ukrainian regions that Moscow annexed on Sept. 30, despite strong international opposition to the move. On the same day, Putin also raised the possibility of using a nuclear weapon in Ukraine. Grigory Sysoyev/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP hide caption
— NPR (October 4) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
I think Kremlin may view nuclear strike on Ukraine (with an American retaliatory strike) as a rational move. It may not make much sense in the context of foreign policy, but it does in the context of domestic policy. Meanwhile foreign policy is just domestic policy by other means — Kamil Galeev (@kamilkazani) September 29, […] The post Will Putin use nuclear weapons?
— Marginal Revolution (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Medvedev raises spectre of Russian nuclear strike on UkraineReutersUS warned Russia of 'catastrophic consequences' if it uses nukesBusiness InsiderU.S. warns of 'horrific' consequences if Russia uses nuclear weapons in UkraineCNBCOpinion
— Reuters (September 27) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
A powerful Russian missile hit 300 yards from the plant far from the front lines, Ukraine said, a reminder that despite its recent retreat, Russia can still threaten nuclear sites.
— New York Times (September 19) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Armed troops had gone door-to-door with election officials to collect ballots in five days of voting. The results were widely ridiculed as implausible and characterized as a land grab by an increasingly cornered Russian leadership following embarrassing military losses in Ukraine.
— PBS (September 28) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
US Would Lead NATO To 'Take Out Every Russian Conventional Force' If Putin Uses Nukes In Ukraine: Petraeus
US Would Lead NATO To 'Take Out Every Russian Conventional Force' If Putin Uses Nukes In Ukraine: Petraeus Retired General and former Director of the CIADavid Petraeussays it's his belief that if Russian President Vladimir Putin used nuclear weapons against Ukraine, the United States would quickly intervene to "take out" Russian forces. He emphasized too that Washington would lead the way among a collective NATO response. The well-known retired Army general issued the prediction of such a major US intervention in that scenario during a Sunday interview on ABC’s "This Week," explaining that the West must take the Kremlin's latest nuclear rhetoric seriously, and that this is what the White House's latest warnings of "catastrophic consequences"
— ZeroHedge Opinion (October 3) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
FILE PHOTO: A garage burns following a military strike on a garage near the railway station, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in the frontline city of Lyman, Donetsk region, Ukraine April 28, 2022. Photograph:( Reuters )
— WION (October 1) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Russian forces withdraw from key front-line city in UkraineNBC NewsRussia accused of kidnapping head of Ukraine nuclear plantFox NewsRussian patrol detains head of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plantReuters.comRussia detains Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant headThe HillRussia detains leader of Zaporizhzhia nuclear plantAxios
— NBC (October 1) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Zelenskiy: armed forces achieved 'significant results' in eastern UkraineReutersZelenskyy addresses indigenous people of Russia: Fight so as not to dieYahoo NewsZelensky Appeals to Russia's Drafted Ethnic Minorities: 'You Want to Live'NewsweekZelenskiy urges minorities in Russia to resist Kremlin mobilisationReutersUkraine's Zelensky Vows to Protect Citizens in Areas Russia Plans to AnnexThe Wall Street JournalView
— Reuters (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
He tweeted: “Aiden’s return brings to an end months of agonising uncertainty for Aiden’s loving family in Newark who suffered every day of Aiden’s sham trial but never lost hope. As they are united as a family once more, they can finally be at peace.”
— The Independent (September 21) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced in a major speech on Friday that Russia would annex four regions of Ukraine, a dramatic escalation that leaves no clear path to peace.The big picture: Russia partially occupies the four Ukrainian oblasts — Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia — and held staged referendums over the past few days that most western governments labeled a "sham." What he's saying: Putin claimed the results of the referendums had been "unequivocal." Putin said Ukraine and "its real masters in the West" must know "the citizens of Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporozhia, and Kherson have become our citizens forever."Putin called on Ukraine to negotiate, but said the annexations were final."There is no turning back, Russia will not ...
— Axios (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Elon Musk and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky clashed on Twitter after Musk published tweets calling on Ukraine to give up Crimea and redo the Russian annexation vote in eastern Ukraine on Monday.In a Tweet starting with the words "Ukraine-Russia Peace:" Musk called on Ukraine to redo the annexation elections in the Donbas under UN supervision, leave Crimea formally as part of Russia, assure the water supply to Crimea and remain neutral. The tweet also had a poll with the options of "Yes" and "No."Ukraine-Russia Peace:- Redo elections of annexed regions under UN supervision. Russia leaves if that is will of the people.- Crimea formally part of Russia, as it has been since 1783 (until Khrushchev’s mistake).- Water ...
— Jerusalem Post (October 3) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Defiant Putin proclaims Ukrainian annexation as military setback loomsReutersPutin announces Russia will annex four regions of UkraineCNNPutin Frames Illegal Annexation as Part of Existential Battle With WestThe New York TimesRussia’s annexation of Ukraine territory will backfire on Putin, force Zelensky to keep fightingFox NewsPOLITICO Playbook PM: Biden and Zelenskyy respond to Putin's land grab - POLITICOPOLITICOView
— Reuters (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Vladimir Putin has formally signed a treaty annexing four Ukrainian regions into the Russian Federation. The Russian president announced, at a ceremony in Moscow’s Red Square, that the incorporation of Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson, in the south and east of Ukraine, into Russia is the “choice of millions of people” who share a “common history” with the Russian Federation. “We call on the Kyiv regime to immediately end hostilities, end the war that they unleashed back in 2014 and return to the negotiating table. We are ready for this,” Putin said. “But we will not discuss the choice of the people in Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson.
— The Conversation (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
Russian President Vladimir Putin used a speech in Moscow on Friday to falsely proclaim four Ukrainian regions were now part of the Russian Federation, a move that comes amid Moscow's growing battlefield setbacks in its war in Ukraine and a decision to call up tens of thousands of reservists.
— USA Today (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin launched the process of annexing parts of Ukraine by saying he would sign laws to absorb them despite international condemnation and protect the newly incorporated regions using “all available means.”
— Boston Herald (September 30) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia confirmed on Thursday it will formally annex parts of Ukraine where occupied areas held Kremlin-orchestrated “referendums” on living under Moscow’s rule that the Ukrainian government and the West denounced as illegal and rigged.
— Snopes (September 29) (Pocket) (Media Bias)
@elonmusk: Ukraine-Russia Peace: - Redo elections of annexed regions under UN supervision. Russia leaves if that is will of the people. - Crimea formally part of Russia, as it has been since 1783 (until Khrushchev’s mistake). - Water supply to Crimea assured. - Ukraine remains neutral.
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