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EU-U.S. dispute over Ukraine war
War costs for Europe, war benefits for U.S.
Russia 'open' to talks on Ukraine but presses demands
REUTERS – Russian President Vladimir Putin is "open to negotiations" on Ukraine but the West must accept Moscow's demands, the Kremlin said on Friday, a day after U.S. President Joe Biden said he was willing to talk if Putin were looking for a way to end the war.
Ukraine war shows Europe too reliant on U.S.: Finland PM
REUTERS – Russia's military operation in Ukraine has shown that Europe is too reliant on the United States for its own security, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said on Friday.
Zelenskyy advisor: As many as 13,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed in war
As many as 13,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in battle since Russia attacked the country nine months ago, according to an official in Kyiv.
Russia should use advanced weapons in Ukraine: Defence minister
REUTERS – Russia's defence minister said on Wednesday that the armed forces should use new advanced weapons systems in the conflict in Ukraine.
Estonia: European nations should double defence expenditure
REUTERS – European countries should double their defence expenditure because of war in Ukraine, Estonia's foreign minister said on Monday, adding that his own country planned to raise national defence spending to 3% of GDP.
Russian pres.: Ukrainian troops used as ‘cannon fodder’
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country is not fighting against the people of Ukraine, but instead is facing down their leadership and outside forces who are using the country as a proxy.
Gazprom threatens to reduce gas flows to Europe via Ukraine
BLOOMBERG - Gazprom threatened to cut its gas flows to Europe via Ukraine next week, just as cold winter temperatures prompt Europeans to start tapping their gas stores.
Iran’s ‘Nomadic Girl’ awarded at OKO ethnographic film festival
The Iranian short documentary ‘Nomadic Girl’ won the Best Short Film Award at the OKO – International Ethnographic Film Festival of Ukraine.
Ukraine: Half energy system crippled by Russian strikes
REUTERS – Successive waves of Russian missile strikes have crippled almost half of Ukraine's energy system, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said on Friday.

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