Former Ukrainian president urges Zelensky to share Polish explosion intel with allies

Former Ukrainian president urges Zelensky to share Polish explosion intel with allies

Petro Poroshenko, former president of Ukraine, at the Halifax International Security Forum on Nov. 18.Steven Chase Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko says President Volodymyr Zelensky should share with allies any intelligence that supports his position that a deadly explosion in Poland was not caused by Ukrainian weaponry. And he says Kyiv should make Russia’s acceptance … Read more

US urges Ukraine to be open to talks with Russia: report

US urges Ukraine to be open to talks with Russia: report

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks during a joint news conference at the Mariinskiy palace in Kyiv on Nov. 3.GENYA SAVILOV/AFP/Getty Images The United States is privately encouraging Ukraine to signal an openness to negotiate with Russia, the Washington Post reported, as the State Department said Moscow was escalating the war and did not seriously wish … Read more

Russian forces push back as Ukraine tries to extend counter offensive

Russian forces push back as Ukraine tries to extend counter offensive

Workers clean debris of an office building destroyed by a strike in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, on Sept. 14.UMIT BEKTAS/Reuters Ukraine said it was trying to extend its lightning counter offensive in the east, but pro-Russian officials said they were holding the line for now and US President Joe Biden said the war still looked like a … Read more

Scottish police charge man who heckled Prince Andrew during Queen’s procession

Scottish police charge man who heckled Prince Andrew during Queen’s procession

Britain’s Prince Andrew leaves St. Giles’ Cathedral following the service for Britain’s late Queen Elizabeth, in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Sept. 12.HANNAH MCKAY/Reuters A man who heckled Queen Elizabeth’s son Prince Andrew as he walked behind his mother’s coffin during a solemn procession in Edinburgh on Monday has been charged with breaching the peace, Police Scotland … Read more