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House Republicans finally announce vote for $61 billion in Ukraine aid

IndiaTimes Thursday, 18 April 2024
The Republican leader of the US House of Representatives on Wednesday announced a weekend vote on massive new military aid including some $61 billion in long-delayed support for Ukraine, as well as billions for Israel and Taiwan. For months Johnson has faced huge pressure from the White House and much of Congress to allow the lower house to vote on aid to Ukraine and Israel.
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News video: House Splits Ukraine and Israel Aid Packages Into Separate Bills

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In a wild turn in the U.S. House of Representatives, Speaker Mike Johnson has just announced plans to separate aid to Israel and Ukraine into separate bills. This all comes after more than two months of GOP leadership stalling aid to both nations, after a Senate bill combined aid into a single...

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