Live updates | Ukraine seeks more weapons, Russia sanctions – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press KYIV, Ukraine — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says if Russia prevails in its war in Ukraine “then the dark times will come for everyone” in Europe. Addressing the parliament in Luxembourg via a video link on Thursday, Zelenskyy said: “If we win this war, all Europeans will be able to continue enjoying their freedom.” “But if

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Live Updates | Italy suggests EU price cap on Russian gas – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press ROME — Italian Premier Mario Draghi says the EU could consider a price cap on Russian gas as a way to limit Europe’s financing of the war in Ukraine without imposing a boycott altogether. But he acknowledged opposition to the proposal. Draghi made the comments Thursday after meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who has

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Live updates | UK PM calls attacks in Ukraine “despicable” – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says Russia’s attack on Ukranian civilians in towns on the outskirts of Kyiv “are yet more evidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin and his army are committing war crimes in Ukraine.” Johnson called the attacks in the towns of Irpin and Bucha “despicable” and says he “will do everything

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Live updates | Nations agree to release more reserve oil – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press BERLIN — The International Energy Agency says its members agreed Friday to release further oil from their emergency reserves in response to the market turmoil caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The Paris-based agency said in a statement that the agreement was reached at an extraordinary meeting of ministers. It did not provide information on how

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Live updates: Report: Yacht of oligarch docks in Turkey – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press ANKARA, Turkey — A yacht belonging to Chelsea soccer club owner and sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich has docked in the Aegean coastal resort of Bodrum, Turkish media reports said Monday, amid international moves to freeze assets belonging to top Russian businessmen with close links to the Kremlin. Turkey’s private NTV television said the Bermuda-flagged luxury yacht

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Live: Russia Ukraine war: Russian aircraft losses in Ukraine ‘unsustainable for more than a fortnight’

Russia cannot sustain its air losses for more than a fortnight after at least nine aircraft were shot down in just 24 hours, analysts have said. Defence analysts said Moscow had been unable to establish air superiority because of its inability – so far at least – to mount “complex” strikes capable of knocking out Ukraine’s air force and ground-to-air

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Live updates: Oil prices jump as conflict in Ukraine deepens – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press The latest developments on the Russia-Ukraine war: TOKYO — The price of oil jumped more than $10 a barrel Monday as the conflict in Ukraine deepened amid mounting calls for harsher sanctions against Russia. Brent crude oil briefly surged over $10 to nearly $130 a barrel early Monday. Benchmark U.S. crude was up nearly $9 at

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Live updates: Zelenskyy says Russia sanctions not sufficient – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press The latest developments on the Russia-Ukraine war: __ LVIV, Ukraine — As Russian forces increased their shelling of Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appealed to the West to strengthen sanctions. In a video statement Sunday evening, Zelenskyy heaped criticism on Western leaders for not responding to the Russian Defense Ministry’s announcement that it would strike Ukraine’s military-industrial

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