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Ukraine war will be at 'reduced tempo for months', US intelligence says

Sky News Sunday, 4 December 2022
Ukraine war will be at 'reduced tempo for months', US intelligence saysUS intelligence experts have said they expect a "reduced tempo" in fighting in Ukraine to last several months, with both sides looking to prepare for a counter-offensive after the winter.
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News video: Ukraine War: Moscow and US suggest talks to end war are possible

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Stuart Ray, Senior Intelligence Analyst at McKenzie Intelligence Services, analyses Joe Biden's comment that he is prepared to talk with Vladimir Putin about ending the war in Ukraine.

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U.N. Warns , Russia's War on Ukraine , Could Lead to World War. On February 6, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned that the Russian-Ukraine war has the potential to become a broader world conflict. On February 6, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned that the Russian-Ukraine war has the potential to become a broader world conflict. 'Newsweek' reports that Guterres issued the warning while addressing U.N. member nations about the state of the world in 2023. Guterres reportedly referenced the "Doomsday Clock," which represents humanity's threat of facing global catastrophe by the amount of time to midnight. This year, the clock now sits at 90 seconds to midnight, ten seconds closer than it was in January of 2020, and the closest it has been since its creation in 1947. This year, the clock now sits at 90 seconds to midnight, ten seconds closer than it was in January of 2020, and the closest it has been since its creation in 1947. The Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, which annually sets the clock, cited Russia's invasion of Ukraine, climate change and persistent nuclear threats. . The Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, which annually sets the clock, cited Russia's invasion of Ukraine, climate change and persistent nuclear threats. . 'Newsweek' reports that Guterres addressed his fears of escalation in the Russian war on Ukraine, warning that it has the potential to draw the world into a broader conflict. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is inflicting end-all suffering on the Ukrainian people with profound global implications. , Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary General, via 'Newsweek'. The prospects for peace keep diminishing. The chances of further escalation and bloodshed keep growing. , Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary General, via 'Newsweek'. I fear the world is not sleepwalking into a wider war. , Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary General, via 'Newsweek'. I fear it's doing so with its eyes wide open, Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary General, via 'Newsweek'

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Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine as Russia piles pressure on Bakhmut [Video]

Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine as Russia piles pressure on Bakhmut

Military analysts say the Kremlin’s forces may be probing Ukrainian defences for weak points or could be making a feint while preparing for a main thrust through southern Ukraine.

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Ukrainian troops plead for more tanks and munitions in battle for Bakhmut [Video]

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