US intelligence expects slower pace of Ukraine war to continue | Russia-Ukraine war News

Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines also said Russian precision munitions appear to be running out quickly. The slow pace of fighting in Ukraine is expected to continue in the coming months and the US sees no evidence that Ukraine’s will to resist Russia has waned, despite Moscow’s crippling attacks on Ukraine’s power grid , … Read more

U.S. expects reduced tempo in Ukraine fighting to continue for months

Washington/Kyiv- US intelligence expects the reduced pace of fighting in Ukraine to continue in the coming months and sees no evidence of reduced Ukrainian will to resist, despite attacks on its power grid and other critical winter infrastructure, the director of national intelligence said on Saturday. “We’re already seeing some sort of slowdown in the … Read more

Russia rejects $60-a-barrel cap on its oil, warns of cutoffs

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian authorities have rejected a price cap on the country’s oil set by Western supporters of Ukraine and threatened on Saturday to stop supplying countries that endorsed it. Australia, Britain, Canada, Japan, the United States and the European Union 27 agreed on Friday cap what they would pay for Russian oil … Read more

Ukraine’s Orphaned Lion Cubs Find A New Home In United States

The flight from Poland to Minnesota took nine hours. Four lion cubs, abandoned and badly affected by the war between Ukraine and Russia, have found refuge in an animal sanctuary in Minnesota, United States, according to the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Of the four, three are female cubs named Stefania, Lesya and Prada while … Read more

4 lion cubs saved from war in Ukraine arrive at US sanctuary

SANDSTONE, Minn. (AP) — Four lion cubs orphaned during the war in Ukraine have arrived safe and sound at a Minnesota animal sanctuary that is committed to providing them with forever homes. A little male named Taras and three females named Stefania, Lesya and Prada, all of whom are between four and five months old, … Read more

US ‘deeply concerned’ about Whelan, citizen detained in Russia | Prison News

The United States has raised concerns about Paul Whelan, an American citizen detained in Russia, after his family publicly stated that they had not heard from him in days and that they would not did not know where he was being held. White House national security spokesman John Kirby said on Wednesday that US President … Read more

US could send Ukraine new bombs with twice the range of Himars

With Western military stocks depleted due to the war in Ukraine, Boeing’s proposal is one of half a dozen plans to bring new munitions into production for Ukraine and Washington’s other European allies. Doug Bush, the US military’s top arms buyer, said last week that the military was also considering accelerating production of munitions currently … Read more

Putin has another gas shock for us: the deindustrialisation of Europe

“Putin knows exactly what he is doing. It targets electrical substations and step-up transformers that are difficult to replace,” said Professor Alan Riley, energy expert at the Atlantic Council and adviser for Ukraine. “He has a full view of every target because he has detailed plans dating back to the Soviet Union. This is an … Read more

Will Republicans cut US aid for Ukraine? | US Midterm Elections 2022

The 2022 U.S. midterm elections were set to be a macabre affair for President Joe Biden’s Democratic Party. Turns out voters had other ideas. Yes, inflation and high gas prices were important to them, but so was the fear of further losing women’s rights over their own bodies, cherished by most Americans. Result: the Democrats … Read more

U.S. sending Ukraine generators and weapons in latest aid package – National

By Tara Copp The Associated Press Posted Nov 23, 2022 11:11 a.m. Decrease article font size Increase article font size The United States is sending an additional $400 million worth of weapons, ammunition and generators to Ukraine, the White House announced on Wednesday, and is removing equipment from its own stockpiles to bring support to … Read more