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Europe · Washington

George W. Bush compares Zelenskyy to Churchill, calls Iraq invasion unjustified in gaffe

49% Left coverage: 74 sources
Former US President George W Bush has mistakenly condemned the "wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq." Bush quickly corrected himself, saying "I mean - of Ukraine", but then murmured, "well, Iraq too." The former president argued it was a lack of democratic checks and balances that allowed Russian President Vladimir Putin to launch an unprovoked attack.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Russia could use new-age laser weapons to 'blind' satellites and blow up drones

53% Right coverage: 15 sources
Russia says it is using a new generation of powerful laser weapons in Ukraine to burn up drones. Deputy prime minister in charge of military development: Peresvet could blind satellites up to 930 miles above Earth. He noted that there were already more powerful Russian systems that could burning up drones and other equipment.See the Story
Europe · Washington

U.S. considering move to block Russian debt payments

43% Left coverage: 21 sources
An exemption to American sanctions has allowed Russia to keep paying its debts since February. That exemption expires on May 25. The decision not to extend the exemption came after the Treasury Department and the State Department analyzed what would happen if Russia defaulted. The economic implications of a default for Russia and the world could be relatively small.See the Story
Europe · London

Russia firing senior commanders over poor performance in Ukraine: UK intelligence

38% Right coverage: 8 sources
MoD said a culture of cover-ups and scape-goating is prevalent. Many within the Russian military will want to avoid personal culpability. Mr Putin launched the invasion on February 24 in what he said was an effort to check Nato's expansion. But that strategy backfire, with troops grinding to a halt amid heavy resistance.See the Story

Germany: Ex-Chancellor Schröder loses part of state privileges

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Gerhard Schr�der is to lose his taxpayer-funded office and staff, the German parliament announced on Thursday. It comes as his business and political ties to Russia continue to draw controversy. Critics say he has not done enough to distance himself from his Russian business ties and President Vladimir Putin. The European Parliament called for Schr �der to be included in a new sanctions list.See the Story

Forest fan jailed for head-butting Sheffield Utd skipper Sharp

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
Robert Biggs, 30, invaded the pitch after Forest won their Championship playoff semi-final against Sheffield United. Biggs made a beeline for Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp, who was standing by the touchline. Forest beat United on penalties to set up a Championship playoff final against Huddersfield Town at Wembley Stadium on May 29.See the Story

UK sanctions Russian airlines to prevent them selling landing slots

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
Aeroflot, Ural Airlines and Rossiya Airlines are now subject to an asset freeze. British government said it estimated the landing slots were worth $50m. British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said: "We will not stop until Ukraine prevails" The three airlines are majority owned by the Russian state.See the Story
Vladimir Putin · Porto

Russia says 50% of Russian gas importers have already opened Gazprombank accounts

President Vladimir Putin ordered the establishment of the mandatory payment of gas in rubles to the “hostile” countries.See the Story
Vladimir Putin · Ukraine

Kiriyenko explained Putin's decision on the special operation “moral and moral choice”

The decision of the Russian President to conduct a special operation in Ukraine was motivated not only by geopolitical issues, but also by moral and moral choice. This was stated by First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration Sergei Kiriyenko speaking during the educational marathon “NewSee the Story

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