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Russia-Ukraine war: Kremlin says Ukraine ceasefire won't achieve their goals | Oneindia News

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Russia-Ukraine war: Kremlin says Ukraine ceasefire won't achieve their goals | Oneindia News

Russia-Ukraine war: Kremlin says Ukraine ceasefire won't achieve their goals | Oneindia News

Russia: Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov says Ukraine ceasefire won't achieve our goals; Russia adopts new global strategy to curtail western 'dominance'; Satellite images show China's plan of helping Myanmar with an air base in Coco island; US: Destructive tornadoes rip through Little Rock in Arkansas and emergency declared.

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A group of anti-Putin Russian nationals – who are aligned with the Ukrainian army – has claimed responsibility for an attack in Russian’s southwestern region of Belgorod…as Moscow said it was fighting a group of saboteurs there. Shelling damaged an administrative building, several residential buildings, and a kindergarten in the area, according to Belgorod’s regional governor who said there were no fatalities. In a Telegram post, groups calling themselves the “Freedom of Russia Legion” and “Russian Volunteer Corps” said they had “liberated” a settlement in the Belgorod region, which borders Ukraine. Ukraine has disavowed connection to the Russian partisan fighters, saying that they act independently and are not subject to military control. The Freedom of Russia Legion, which describes itself as an anti-Kremlin militia seeking to liberate Russia from Vladimir Putin, said it had crossed the border and overrun the settlement of Kozinka, while sending units into the town of Grayvoron in Russia’s Belgorod region. Another anti-Kremlin militia, the Russian Volunteer Corps, which is led by a prominent Russian nationalist, also said it had taken part in the raid. #Legionofrussia #Belgorodsabotage#Russiaukrainewar ~HT.98~PR.153~ED.101~

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CIA Looking to Capitalize on Russian Disapproval of War to Gather Intelligence [Video]

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CIA Looking to Capitalize , on Russian Disapproval of War, to Gather Intelligence. On May 16, the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) posted a new recruitment video online aimed at disaffected Russian citizens. CNN reports that the CIA is trying to capitalize on an "unprecedented" opportunity to convince Russians to share state secrets. That opportunity stems from Russian opposition to the war in Ukraine and disillusionment by life in Russia. CIA officials have also pointed to Russia's crackdown on oppositional voices, journalists and the number of Russian soldiers dying on the front. [Putin’s] military continues to suffer heavy losses and manpower and materiel. When he undertook a partial mobilization late last year far more Russians of military age fled the country than the Kremlin managed to round up and send to the front as cannon fodder, William Burns, CIA Director, April 2023 speech, via CNN. [Putin’s] military continues to suffer heavy losses and manpower and materiel. When he undertook a partial mobilization late last year far more Russians of military age fled the country than the Kremlin managed to round up and send to the front as cannon fodder, William Burns, CIA Director, April 2023 speech, via CNN. Disaffection with the war will continue to gnaw away at the Russian leadership beneath the steady diet of state propaganda and practiced repression, William Burns, CIA Director, April 2023 speech, via CNN. Disaffection with the war will continue to gnaw away at the Russian leadership beneath the steady diet of state propaganda and practiced repression, William Burns, CIA Director, April 2023 speech, via CNN. According to former CIA head of counterintelligence James Olsen, the agency's latest efforts are taking advantage of a unique opportunity. There are a lot of disaffected Russians out there now, they’re ashamed and disgusted by what [Putin is] doing to their brother and sister Slavs in Ukraine. , James Olson, Former CIA head of counterintelligence, via CNN. He’s destroying Russia. He’s killing Russian boys. And there are good people in Russia, including intelligence officers, who want to strike back, James Olson, Former CIA head of counterintelligence, via CNN

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Russia Accuses Ukraine of Trying to Assassinate Putin in Drone Attack. On May 3, Russia claimed that Ukraine conducted an overnight drone strike on the Kremlin in an attempt to kill President Vladimir Putin, NBC News reports. The accusation was made with no supporting evidence. Kyiv has denied the allegations and suggests Russia will use its claims as pretext for another attack. Kyiv has denied the allegations and suggests Russia will use its claims as pretext for another attack. The Kremlin issued a statement on its website. We regard these actions as a planned terrorist act and an attempt on the life of the president, carried out on the eve of Victory Day, The Kremlin, via statement. The Russian side reserves the right to take retaliatory measures where and when it sees fit, The Kremlin, via statement. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's press officer, Serhiy Nikiforov, commented that Kyiv had no knowledge about "the so-called night attacks on the Kremlin.". Ukraine directs all available forces and means to liberate its own territories, not to attack foreign ones, Serhiy Nikiforov, Volodymyr Zelensky's press officer, to online newspaper Ukrainska Pravda. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin was not in the Kremlin when the alleged attack occurred. . Plans to celebrate Victory Day, the commemoration of the Soviet Union defeating Germany in WWII, will still take place in Red Square on May 9

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Russia's Pacific Naval Drills, Displays Military Capabilities , and Ties With China. 'Newsweek' reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin said the development of Russia's naval capabilities remain a priority for Moscow. 'Newsweek' reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin said the development of Russia's naval capabilities remain a priority for Moscow. The news comes following military drills conducted by Russia's Pacific Fleet. According to Russian defense minister Sergei Shoigu, the exercises began on April 14 and involved 25,000 personnel, 89 aircraft, 167 warships and 12 submarines. According to Russian defense minister Sergei Shoigu, the exercises began on April 14 and involved 25,000 personnel, 89 aircraft, 167 warships and 12 submarines. Shoigu reportedly stated that the exercises were meant to test the , "combat stability of strategic missile submarines and their readiness for the use of weapons.". Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov stressed that the drills and Putin's subsequent comments come amid a "turbulent" environment "in many areas.". Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov stressed that the drills and Putin's subsequent comments come amid a "turbulent" environment "in many areas.". It is fraught with conflict situations and regional conflicts. We all know the geography of these regional conflicts well, Dmitry Peskov, Kremlin Spokesperson, via TASS. 'Newsweek' reports that former British military intelligence officer Philip Ingram suggested several implications of the large-scale Naval drills. . 'Newsweek' reports that former British military intelligence officer Philip Ingram suggested several implications of the large-scale Naval drills. . According to Ingram, the drills are meant to , "show Russia continues its normal military activities even though it is fighting its special military operation in Ukraine.". According to Ingram, the drills are meant to , "show Russia continues its normal military activities even though it is fighting its special military operation in Ukraine.". Ingram suggests that the drills also display Russia's presence in the Pacific, while also consolidating Moscow's ties with China. . Ingram suggests that the drills also display Russia's presence in the Pacific, while also consolidating Moscow's ties with China. . 'Newsweek' points out that Russia and Japan remain locked in a dispute over t he territorial rights to the Kuril Islands, located off of Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island

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Days after claiming full control of the war-ravaged city of Bakhmut, Russia’s Wagner mercenary group has started withdrawing fighters from the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut, leader Yevgeny Prigozhin said. "We are withdrawing the units from Bakhmut. From today at five in the morning, May 25 until June 1, most of the units will rebase to camps in the rear. We are handing our positions to the military," Prigozhin announced. #WagnerGroup #Bakhmut #RussiaUkraineWar ~PR.152~ED.101~HT.99~

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