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Ukraine war: Biden will not talk to Putin; Russia to encircle Bakhmut; Estonia wants HIMARS

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Ukraine war: Biden will not talk to Putin; Russia to encircle Bakhmut; Estonia wants HIMARSHere is our summary of the latest news from Russia's war in Ukraine.

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U.N. Warns Russia's War on Ukraine Could Lead to World War [Video]

U.N. Warns Russia's War on Ukraine Could Lead to World War

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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Turkey earthquake: Another quake of magnitude 6.0 hits central Turkiye; 3rd in a day |Oneindia News [Video]

Turkey earthquake: Another quake of magnitude 6.0 hits central Turkiye; 3rd in a day |Oneindia News

After two powerful earthquakes in less than 24 hours, another quake of magnitude 6.0 struck central Turkey on Monday; Russia 'recruiting female prisoners' to contribute to Ukraine war, suggests report; Beijing confirms balloon flying over Latin America is Chinese; US-China relations sour; Taiwan’s opposition party KMT's senior leader Andrew Hsia to meet China's Song Tao; Vladimir Putin promises not to end Volodymur Zelenksy, claims former Israeli PM Naftali Bennett. #Turkiye #ThirdEarthquake #TurkiyeEarthquake

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Putin promised not to end Zelenksy claims former Israeli PM Naftali Bennett | Oneindia News [Video]

Putin promised not to end Zelenksy claims former Israeli PM Naftali Bennett | Oneindia News

Former Israeli PM Naftatli Bennett in a recent interview has said that Russian President Vladimir Putin promised him that he will not Kill Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelenksy. #Zelenksy #Putin #UkraineRussiaWar

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

Ukrainian troops plead for more tanks and munitions in battle for Bakhmut

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Joe Biden Joe Biden President of the United States since 2021

Congressional Leaders Expecting Top-Level Briefing on Chinese Spy Balloon [Video]

Congressional Leaders Expecting Top-Level Briefing on Chinese Spy Balloon

Congressional Leaders , Expecting Top-Level Briefing , on Chinese Spy Balloon. Fox News reports that leaders in Congress are expected to receive a top-level briefing on the intelligence gathered by a suspected Chinese spy balloon. . Fox News reports that leaders in Congress are expected to receive a top-level briefing on the intelligence gathered by a suspected Chinese spy balloon. . The briefing will also include President Biden's decision to shoot down the suspected spy balloon, which was said to be carrying sensors and surveillance equipment. The briefing is expected to include the Gang of Eight, which includes the ranking members of the House and Senate intelligence committees and party leaders from both chambers. . The briefing is expected to include the Gang of Eight, which includes the ranking members of the House and Senate intelligence committees and party leaders from both chambers. . Fox News reports that Republicans have called for a closer look at Biden's decision-making regarding the balloon, which traveled across the entire U.S. before being shot down. Fox News reports that Republicans have called for a closer look at Biden's decision-making regarding the balloon, which traveled across the entire U.S. before being shot down. Meanwhile, Democrats have praised Biden's handling of the incident, arguing that waiting to shoot down the craft over water was done with safety in mind. According to the Biden administration, the U.S. gained a significant amount of intelligence on the craft by allowing it to cross the continent. Fox News reports that complaints by the GOP largely revolve around the Biden administration's delay in notifying the public regarding the issue. The Biden administration reportedly learned of the CCP spy balloon on January 28th – nearly a week before residents in Montana spotted the balloon loitering over their state, Mike Rogers, R-Ala, House Armed Services Committee Chairman, via Fox News. It’s clear the Biden administration had hoped to hide this national security failure from Congress and the American people, Mike Rogers, R-Ala, House Armed Services Committee Chairman, via Fox News

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Is China's suspected spy balloon 'throwing a rock into the pool of American politics' to test Biden? [Video]

Is China's suspected spy balloon 'throwing a rock into the pool of American politics' to test Biden?

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Chinese spy balloon shot down by the US, Biden says will take care | Oneindia News [Video]

Chinese spy balloon shot down by the US, Biden says will take care | Oneindia News

The United states shot down the Chinese spy balloon off the country’s east coast. #Chinesespyballoon #US #JoeBiden

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Vladimir Putin Vladimir Putin President of Russia (1999–2008, 2012–present)

Patriarch Kirill worked for the KGB in the 1970s, Swiss media reports [Video]

Patriarch Kirill worked for the KGB in the 1970s, Swiss media reports

Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill, a close supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin, worked for the Russian intelligence service in Switzerland in the 1970s, according to two Swiss newspapers, citing declassified archives.

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EU Promises to Double Military Aid for Ukraine [Video]

EU Promises to Double Military Aid for Ukraine

EU Promises to , Double Military Aid , for Ukraine. 'The Guardian' reports that the European Union has promised to double its military aid program for Ukraine. . According to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, the EU will train an additional 15,000 soldiers as part of its effort to show ongoing support for Ukraine. According to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, the EU will train an additional 15,000 soldiers as part of its effort to show ongoing support for Ukraine. Von der Leyen also announced that the EU will put in place a tenth package of sanctions against Russia by the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, February 24. Von der Leyen also announced that the EU will put in place a tenth package of sanctions against Russia by the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, February 24. We are making Putin pay for his atrocious war, Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission president, via 'The Guardian'. We are making Putin pay for his atrocious war, Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission president, via 'The Guardian'. Today Russia is paying a heavy price as our sanctions are eroding its economy, throwing it back by a generation, Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission president, via 'The Guardian'. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stressed the need for a joint effort to curb Russia's circumvention of sanctions. The more we do it, the closer we will be to defeat of Russian aggression, Volodymyr Zelenskyy , President of Ukraine, via 'The Guardian'. 'The Guardian' reports that Von der Leyen also reiterated the EU's intention to , "keep on turning up the pressure.". The EU plans to cap the price of Russian petroleum products as part of a G7 plan to restrict the Kremlin's oil revenues. . 'The Guardian' reports that the EU's 27 member states have yet to agree on the latest proposed oil cap. . 'The Guardian' reports that the EU's 27 member states have yet to agree on the latest proposed oil cap.

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Xi Jinping encourages Hungarian youths to learn more about China | China-Hungary ties| Oneindia News [Video]

Xi Jinping encourages Hungarian youths to learn more about China | China-Hungary ties| Oneindia News

Xi Jinping encourages Hungarian youth to inherit China-Hungary friendship; US Republicans oust Ilhan Omar from key House committee over remarks on Israel; Hong Kong to distribute 5 lakh free air tickets to attract tourists after Covid curbs; Vladimir Putin evokes Stalingrad to justify the invasion of Ukraine. #XiJinping #China #Hungary

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Bakhmut Bakhmut City in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine

Heavy fighting in the northern parts of the frontline hotspot Bakhmut [Video]

Heavy fighting in the northern parts of the frontline hotspot Bakhmut

Despite the flow of Western weapons to Ukraine, Russia has in recent days claimed gains around war-ravaged Bakhmut in the eastern region of Donetsk.

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WATCH: Residents in the war-ravaged town of Bakhmut adjust to life [Video]

WATCH: Residents in the war-ravaged town of Bakhmut adjust to life

Residents in the city of Bakhmut in Ukraine are adapting to the relentless barrage of missiles. They have installed washing machine, hot shower and even dug a well in basements.

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Ukraine's president vows to fight 'for as long as we can' for strategic city Bakhmut [Video]

Ukraine's president vows to fight 'for as long as we can' for strategic city Bakhmut

While hosting European Union chiefs in Kyiv, Ukrainian President Volodmyr Zelenskyy has vowed to defend the city of Bakhmut "for as long as we can".

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Baltic leaders threathen to boycott Olympic Games if Russians compete [Video]

Baltic leaders threathen to boycott Olympic Games if Russians compete

The prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have threatened to boycott the Paris Games in 2024 if Russian athletes are allowed to compete. This follows the International Olympic Committee's decision to allow Russian or Belarusians to participate as neutral athletes.

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Estonia calls up reservists to participate in military drills [Video]

Estonia calls up reservists to participate in military drills

While the threat of invasion remains low in Estonia, the government is taking the time to train its military using the experiences of Ukrainain soldiers against Russian forces.

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PM visits JEF troops based in Estonia and dishes up turkey [Video]

PM visits JEF troops based in Estonia and dishes up turkey

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, accompanied by his Estonian counterpart Kaja Kallas, visited UK and NATO troops deployed at the Tapa military base. Mr Sunak thanked the troops deployed at the base and also donned an apron as he dished up Christmas dinner for the soldiers in the canteen. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sunak comments on Rwanda flights during Estonian PM bilat [Video]

Sunak comments on Rwanda flights during Estonian PM bilat

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak holds one-on-one talks with his Estonian counterpart Kaja Kallas on the short flight from Latvia, where the two leaders had attended the Joint Expeditionary Force summit. During the photo op on the plane, he tells her “we need to do things differently" on tackling illegal migration when asked about the High Court's ruling that the Government's controversial plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda is legal. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Treacherous weather conditions in Europe cause disruption to travel [Video]

Treacherous weather conditions in Europe cause disruption to travel

Snow in the UK, Poland, Estonia causes widespread travel chaos to public transport and airports as heavy rain in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia causes rivers to burst their banks

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