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UKRAINE ACCUSES GERMANY OF ‘ENCOURAGING PUTIN’ OVER REFUSAL TO SEND WEAPONS TO KYIV

Ukraine's foreign minister has accused Germany of undermining unity among the country's allies and of "encouraging" Vladimir Putin by refusing to deliver arms to Kyiv.Earlier on Saturday, Germany's defence minister said Berlin would set up a field hospital in Ukraine amid the security crisis between the West and Russia. But Christine Lambrecht said that sending… Continue reading UKRAINE ACCUSES GERMANY OF ‘ENCOURAGING PUTIN’ OVER REFUSAL TO SEND WEAPONS TO KYIV

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US CAPITOL ATTACK: IVANKA TRUMP ASKED TO COME BEFORE JAN. 6 PANEL FOR QUESTIONING

The House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has asked Ivanka Trump for her cooperation in its inquiry and for her to meet with it to answer questions, the committee said Thursday, a request that comes after the panel revealed it had firsthand testimony she spoke to her father, then President Donald Trump,… Continue reading US CAPITOL ATTACK: IVANKA TRUMP ASKED TO COME BEFORE JAN. 6 PANEL FOR QUESTIONING

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US, RUSSIA TO HOLD SECURITY, UKRAINE TALKS JANUARY – AGENCY REPORT

The United States and Russia are set to hold much-anticipated talks in January on European security and the Ukraine conflict after Moscow listed demands including to end NATO’s expansion.A spokesperson for the US National Security Council told AFP on condition of anonymity that the talks with Russia will take place on January 10.DCO Global News… Continue reading US, RUSSIA TO HOLD SECURITY, UKRAINE TALKS JANUARY – AGENCY REPORT

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POLISH PRESIDENT VETOES MEDIA BILL THAT TARGETED US COMPANY

Poland's president on Monday said he has decided to veto a media bill that would have forced U.S. company Discovery to give up its controlling share in TVN, a Polish TV network.President Andrzej Duda noted that the bill was unpopular with many Poles and would have dealt a blow to Poland's reputation as a place… Continue reading POLISH PRESIDENT VETOES MEDIA BILL THAT TARGETED US COMPANY