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What we know on day 397 of the Russian invasion

Putin suggested a nuclear announcement was on the way earlier in the week, saying Russia would respond to Britain’s decision to supply armour-piercing shells to Ukraine made of depleted uranium.

Sunday 2023 March 26 Frontpage

Suella Braverman could ban the European Court of Human Rights from grounding migrant deportation flights in a deal to pacify Tory rebels, The Telegraph can reveal. Plus, Natasha Kaplinsky has spoken of her battle to protect her children from online porn. Headlines: Sunday’s essential news Migrant crisis | The Home Secretary is locked in talksContinue reading “Sunday 2023 March 26 Frontpage”

Putin needing weapons from Xi

Putin needs weapons from Xi, but diplomatic support against the ICC arrest warrant may be more palatable By Dominic Nicholls ASSOCIATE EDITOR (DEFENCE) Ooh, for a peek at the items on the agenda for today’s meeting between Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping. Weapons? Possibly. What Putin really needs are armoured vehicles and the technology toContinue reading “Putin needing weapons from Xi”

Inside Zelensky’s wartime bunker in Kyiv and a Russian spy plane

Inside Zelensky’s wartime bunker in Kyiv Volodymyr Zelensky keeps a bust of Winston Churchill on his desk, it has been revealed, as the Ukrainian president opened the doors to his wartime living quarters for the first time. Mr Zelensky has spoken previously of his respect for Britain’s wartime leader, recalling how he sat in Churchill’sContinue reading “Inside Zelensky’s wartime bunker in Kyiv and a Russian spy plane”

The Telegraph Frontpage Wednesday 2023 February 22

By Sam Hall Good morning. Ministers have declared that public sector workers should receive just a 3.5 per cent pay rise next year, as they opened talks aimed at ending the current wave of strikes. Pay rise of just 3.5pc for public sector workers Ministers fear a higher salary increase could jeopardise efforts to curbContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage Wednesday 2023 February 22”

Targets in north, west, center of Ukraine and Crimean peninsula

Russia hits targets in north, west, center of Ukraine. The General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces reported that Russia launched 24 air strikes and over 50 attacks from rocket salvo systems on Feb. 16. Russia hit targets in the north and west of Ukraine, as well as in Dnipropetrovsk and Kirovohrad oblasts, with drones andContinue reading “Targets in north, west, center of Ukraine and Crimean peninsula”

The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 December 30

Rishi Sunak is considering the return of Covid travel restrictions for the first time since pandemic rules were scrapped in February, amid concern over soaring cases in China. And the world has paid heartfelt tributes to Brazil’s football legend Pelé, who has died at the age of 82. Headlines: Today’s essential news Covid curbs |Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 December 30”

Situation in Ukraine 2022 December 28

A funeral ceremony held in Kyiv for Ukrainian serviceman Volodymyr Yezhov, who was killed in a battle near Bakhmut on Dec. 27, 2022. Before the war between Russia and Ukraine, Yezhov was a game designer who took part in the design of the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. video game series. (Photo by Danylo Antoniuk/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)Continue reading “Situation in Ukraine 2022 December 28”

The Telegraph dispatches from Ukraine 2022 December

Ukrainians fire rockets at Russian positions Credit: AP Photo/LIBKOS The shine has once again been removed from the Russian military By Dominic Nicholls, Associate Editor (Defence) Defence watchers love dates: battles, anniversaries, the first use of a novel weapon, for example. All are guaranteed to come up one year in the bumper Christmas quiz. SomeContinue reading “The Telegraph dispatches from Ukraine 2022 December”

2022 towards its end

It seems like 2022 is only a few months away, but 11 months have already passed. In those months, the world faced some hot moments, with an upcoming Third World War lurking behind the door. Fortunately, most politicians were smart enough to keep away from red buttons and not jump in too quickly on theContinue reading “2022 towards its end”