Kyiv is expecting heavy snow, as millions of people live without electricity, heat supply

Heavy snow was expected to fall in Kiev starting Sunday, with temperatures dropping below freezing overnight, while millions of people in and around the Ukrainian capital are still without electricity and heat. Grid operator Ukrenergo said on Saturday that electricity producers were able to meet only three-quarters of consumer needs, prompting restrictions and blackouts across … Read more

Zelensky calls to limit the price of Russian oil between 30-40 dollars: Report – POLITICO

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday demanded that the price of Russian offshore oil be set at $30-$40 per barrel, which is much lower than the level proposed by the G7, Reuters reported. EU governments are divided over the G7’s push to set the limit at $65-$70 a barrel. “The limit under consideration today – … Read more

World cartoonists on this week’s events – POLITICO

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Putin will meet with mothers of soldiers fighting in Ukraine

President Vladimir Putin will meet the mothers of soldiers fighting in Ukraine on Friday, which the Kremlin says is Europe’s deadliest conflict in 10 years since World War II. c month The war in Ukraine has killed and wounded tens of thousands of soldiers on both sides, according to the United States, and Russia’s invasion … Read more

Russian parliament passes ‘LGBT propaganda’ law to further restrict expression – National

Russia’s parliament on Thursday approved a bill that expands the ban on “LGBT propaganda” and restricts the “demonstration” of LGBT behavior, making any expression of the LGBT lifestyle nearly impossible. Under the new law, which still needs approval from the upper house of parliament and President Vladimir Putin, any act or information deemed to promote … Read more

Russia’s “energy terror” is depriving Ukraine’s civilian population and its nuclear power plants of electricity.

Kyiv – Russia has faced criticism for its latest wave of missile strikes UkraineElectricity Network. Ukrainian officials said the rocket attacks plunged much of the capital, Kiev, into cold darkness and killed at least 10 people across the country. Speaking at the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of … Read more

After Russia withdrew from Kherson, evidence of war crimes came to light

Evidence of war crimes emerges after Russia withdraws from Kherson – CBS News Watch CBS News Ukrainian authorities reclaiming the Kherson region are discovering shocking evidence of war crimes committed during Russia’s occupation. Chris Livesay has the details. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not … Read more

Russian dissident Alexei Navalny says he was put in solitary confinement to “silence” me.

CNN — Jailed Russian dissident Alexei Navalny has been moved to solitary confinement, according to his and his staff’s tweets. Navalny, a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, explained the incident on Twitter on Thursday: “Congratulations, I’ve moved up another rung in the hierarchy of prison criminals,” Navalny quipped, adding that prison officials had … Read more

Marjorie Taylor Greene Gives Putin a Preview of What’s Coming in January

Before the midterm elections, Greg Sargent had an op-ed in the Washington Post about how a lame-duck session of Congress could “make things crazy” for America if the Republicans took over. One of the items on the to-do list will be funding Ukraine for a long time, literally siding with the enemy’s Republicans (Vladimir Putin) … Read more