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Latest News Stories

Europe 路 Ankara

Ukraine says Russian ship carrying Ukrainian grain detained by Turkey

50% Center coverage: 18 sources
Ukraine has asked Turkey to detain a Russian-flagged cargo ship it says is carrying Ukrainian wheat. The Zhibek Zholy is carrying 4,500 metric tons of Ukrainian grain taken from the Russian-occupied port of Berdyansk. Many countries in the Middle East and in other parts of the world fear a global food crisis if Ukrainian grain is not exported.See the Story
Europe 路 Luhansk

Ukrainian forces withdraw from Lysychansk, their last holdout in key region

50% Left coverage: 14 sources
Lysychansk is the last city in the Luhansk region in eastern Ukraine that was still under Ukrainian control. Ukraine's military announced Sunday that it had been forced to withdraw from the critical city. Pro-Russia separatists in the area had already claimed a victory in the battle.See the Story
Europe 路 Berlin

Regulator urges Germans to prepare for possible gas shortage

52% Center coverage: 21 sources
Fearing Russia might cut off natural gas supplies, the head of Germany鈥檚 regulatory agency for energy called on residents Saturday to save energy and to prepare for winter, when use increases. Federal Network Agency President Klaus Mueller urged house and apartment owners to have their gas boilers and radiators checked and adjusted to maximize their efficiency.See the Story
Europe 路 Sofia

Russian diplomats to depart Bulgaria amid soaring tensions

59% Center coverage: 17 sources
Two Russian airplanes were set to depart Bulgaria on Sunday with scores of Russian diplomatic staff and their families. The mass expulsion has sent tensions soaring between the historically close nations. Acting Prime Minister Kiril Petkov, who took a strong stance against Russia after it invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, has claimed Moscow used hybrid war tactics.See the Story
Europe 路 Kyiv

Ukraine Denies Separatists' Claim Of An 'Encircled' Lysychansk, Says Fighting Rages On

75% Center coverage: 8 sources
Russian-backed separatists claim they have 鈥渃ompletely鈥 surrounded Lysychansk in eastern Ukraine, but Ukrainian officials rejected the assertion and say its defenders are holding on in the key town on the Siverskiy Donets River. "Fighting rages around Lysychansk. [However,] the city has not been encircled and is still under control of the Ukrainian Army," Ruslan Muzytchuk, a spokesman for the Ukrainian National Guard, told Ukrainian television on July 2.See the Story
Europe 路 Moscow

Russian ice hockey player detained over military service charge, RIA reports

38% Left coverage: 8 sources
Ivan Fedotov detained in Russia over charges he evaded military service. The 25-year-old signed a one-year entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. His detention comes after Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. The NHL has severed business ties with Russia but has not banned the more than 50 players.See the Story
Europe 路 Canberra

Australia will ban Russian gold imports, give Ukraine more armoured vehicles

40% Left coverage: 10 sources
Australia will provide 34 additional armoured vehicles to Ukraine and prohibit Russian gold imports, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said in Kyiv on Sunday. See the Story
Europe 路 Washington

U.S. funds software for Russians to slip past censors

67% Center coverage: 6 sources
US-backed campaign is giving Russians access to anti-censor software to dodge Moscow's crackdown on dissent. Russia has intensified its restrictions on independent media since attacking its neighbor in February. Journalists and ordinary citizens under threat of prosecution for criticizing the invasion or for even referring to it as a war.See the Story

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