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There are 141 item(s) tagged with the keyword "war in ukraine".

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11. An Attempt to Reason

Belarusian President Lukashenko pleads for Ukraine and Russia to come to an agreement.

Tags: international relations, lukashenko, war in ukraine, Belarus
12. Somewhere Between Classic Rock and Jazz

Pro-Russian hackers took over a major Ukrainian radio station to broadcast rumors regarding President Zelensky's health.

Tags: war in ukraine, news, propaganda, radio
13. A Protest for Love and Friendship

“We must save the world not with blood, but with friendship and love.

– A sign by Russian activist Tatyana Mateyeva
Tags: moscow, protest, war in ukraine, dissent
14. Floridians Give Ukraine Their Guns

The Miami police will be sending over 150 weapons to Ukraine. 

Tags: florida, police, war in ukraine
15. Artistic Apoliticality

Russian event promoters have begun requiring artists to promise that they won't include political statements in their performances.

Tags: war in ukraine, dissent, art, music
16. The Not-too-Mighty Russian Armed Forces

It's been four months, and Ukraine is still standing. The front lines have hardly moved in ten weeks. Is this the Russian army everyone so feared?

Tags: technology, war in ukraine, military
17. Russia's First Female Casualty

Anastasia Savitskaya, a corporal in the Russian Armed Forces, is Russia's first known female military casualty since the launch of the Ukrainian invasion. 

Tags: women, Ukraine, war in ukraine, russian military
18. Ukraine's Decisive Strikes

Ukraine's effective use of long-range weaponry shocks the Russian military.

Tags: Ukrainian Armed Forces, international relations, military, war in ukraine
19. Facts and Figures from the War: Ukrainian Refugees

A roundup of some facts and figures from a survey conducted by the United Nations' refugee agency (UNHCR) regarding Ukrainian refugees. 

Tags: statistics, facts, refugees, war in ukraine, Ukrainians
20. Rain Reenters the Forecast

Today, more than ever, the citizens of Russia should have access to independent information. And therefore it is especially important for us to return to the air. We, like tens of millions of Russians, want the war to end, and Russia to return to the path of development from catastrophe and destruction.

– Editor-in-chief Tikhon Dzyadko of Dozhd TV
Tags: war in ukraine, dissent, censorship, media, journalism

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