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  • Nobel Peace Prize awarded to activists from Ukraine, Russia, Belarus amid war
    This year's Nobel Peace Prize is going to jailed Belarus rights activist Ales Bialiatski, the Russian group Memorial and the Ukrainian organization Center for Civil Liberties.
    World
    6 hours
  • Jets goaltender Berdin headed to Russia this season, agent says
    Mikhail Berdin will be permitted to sign a one-year contract to play outside of North America, as part of an agreement between the team, league and players' association.
    Sports
    Oct 6
  • At least 11 killed as missiles, drones hit Ukraine-held Zaporizhzhia
    The regional governor said Iranian-made Shahed-136 drones damaged two infrastructure facilities in the city of Zaporizhzhia, the first time they were used there.
    World
    4 hours
  • Global order is ‘faltering,’ Canada’s defence chief warns amid recruitment worries
    'The military that we have today is not the military that we need for the threats that are appearing in the future,' Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre warned.
    Canada
    Oct 6
  • Russian rockets crash into Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia near nuclear plant
    In his nightly address, a defiant Volodymyr Zelenskyy switched to speaking Russian to tell the Moscow leadership that it has already lost the war that it launched Feb. 24.
    World
    Oct 6
  • Vladimir Putin signs annexation of Ukrainian regions as Russia faces setbacks
    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy responded to the annexation by announcing a fast-track application to join NATO and formally ruling out talks with Russia.
    World
    Oct 5
  • Russian losses evident as Ukraine recaptures key city amid counteroffensive
    The picture on the ground underscored the disarray Russian President Vladimir Putin faces in his response to Ukrainian advances and attempts to establish new Russian borders.
    World
    Oct 4
  • Russia claims 4 ‘new regions’ as Putin declares annexation in parts of Ukraine
    Russia declared the annexations after holding what it called referendums in occupied Ukrainian areas. The West and Kyiv said the votes were coercive and unrepresentative.
    World
    Sep 30
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  • Putin bound to ‘escalate’ war as Russia continues to lose, prominent Kremlin critic says
    Putin views losing power as an "existential threat," according to Bill Browder, a Kremlin critic who has pushed governments to clamp down on corrupt Russian officials.
    Politics
    Oct 2
  • Russia withdraws its troops from key city as Ukrainian forces close in
    In the northeast, Ukrainian officials accused Russian forces of attacking a civilian evacuation convoy, killing 20 people including children.
    Politics
    Oct 1
  • Ukraine continues counteroffensive push as Russia loses ground, uses drones
    Ukrainian forces have retaken swaths of territory, notably in the northeast around Kharkiv, in a counteroffensive in recent weeks that has embarrassed the Kremlin.
    World
    Oct 2
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  • Russia vetoes UN resolution condemning Putin’s annexation of Ukrainian territory
    The U.N. Security Council veto sets up a promised vote in the General Assembly that is expected to overwhelmingly pass, but will have no binding authority to stop Russia.
    World
    Sep 30
  • Canadians urged to leave Russia as dual citizens prone to Putin’s draft, Ottawa warns
    The warning about Russia from Ottawa rings similar to that of the United States’, which on Wednesday advised its dual citizens to leave the country.
    Canada
    Sep 29
  • Russians rush to flee nation after Putin orders partial military mobilization
    Anti-war groups said the limited airplane tickets out of Russia reached enormous prices due to high demand and swiftly became unavailable.
    World
    Sep 21
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  • Russian police arrest hundreds in protests over Putin’s military mobilization
    The demonstrations followed protests that erupted within hours Wednesday after Putin announced a call-up of experienced and skilled army reservists.
    Politics
    Sep 24
  • Western sanctions on Moscow are working, says Russian economy veteran
    After imposing the most strict sanctions on Russia in modern history, western countries and their allies are now preparing to limit usage of Russian oil and gas.
    World
    Sep 20
  • Canada slaps new sanctions on Russia after Putin annexes Ukrainian regions
    Canada is slapping new sanctions on Russian officials and elites after President Vladimir Putin formally annexed four regions of Ukraine on Friday.
    Canada
    Sep 30
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  • Russia’s lower house approves annexation of 4 occupied Ukrainian regions
    No lawmakers in the State Duma voted against the resolutions, which sought to formally incorporate Ukraine's Kherson, Donetsk, Luhansk and Zaporizhzhia regions into Russia.
    World
    Oct 3
  • Risk of nuclear ‘Armageddon’ at highest level since ’62 crisis: Biden
    President Joe Biden said Thursday that the risk of nuclear "Armageddon" is at the highest level since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.
    World
    Oct 6
  • As referendums wrap up, Russia issues new nuclear warning to Ukraine, West
    Tuesday's nuclear warning by Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council, is one of several issued by Putin and his associates in recent weeks.
    World
    Sep 27
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  • Russia to buy weapons, ammunition from North Korea to fight Ukraine: U.S. intelligence
    The Russian Ministry of Defense is in the process of purchasing millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea, according to a U.S. intelligence finding.
    World
    Sep 6
  • Russia’s complaints highlights tricky business of protecting diplomats in Canada
    In September, Russia summoned Canada's ambassador in Moscow over concerns that officials in Ottawa weren't taking complaints about security incidents at the embassy seriously.
    Politics
    Oct 2