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A look at the uranium-based ammo the US is sending to Ukraine – Associated Press

Photo: In this image provided by the U.S. Air National Guard, U.S. Air Force National Guard Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians prepare several contaminated and compromised depleted uranium rounds The U.S. on Wednesday announced it was sending depleted uranium anti-tank rounds to Ukraine, following Britain’s lead in sending the controversial munitions to help Kyiv push through

Ukraine Invasion

Putin says Russia has ‘sufficient stockpile’ of cluster bombs – Associated Press

Photo: An cluster ammunition rocket lies on a sunflower field at sunset, in the recently retaken area of Kharkiv region, Ukraine Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview published Sunday that Moscow has a “sufficient stockpile” of cluster munitions, and warned that Russia “reserves the right to take reciprocal action” if Ukraine uses the

Ukraine Invasion

Why the US is willing to send Ukraine cluster munitions now – Associated Press

Photo: Pentagon spokesman U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder speaks during a media briefing at the Pentagon The United States has decided to send cluster munitions to Ukraine to help its military push back Russian forces entrenched along the front lines. The Biden administration is expected to announce on Friday that it will send


Divide on Ukraine support emerges in early 2024 GOP field – Associated Press

Former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are emerging as leading rivals for the Republican presidential nomination. But when it comes to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, they are united in arguing that stopping the aggression isn’t a vital U.S. strategic interest. Trump and DeSantis were among the declared and potential GOP presidential candidates

Josh Hammer

Opinion: Questions for the Washington Uniparty on Ukraine, One Year Later – Josh Hammer

President Joe Biden’s surprise visit to Ukrainian Premier Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv earlier this week was an unmistakable sign of solidarity with Ukraine on the one-year anniversary of Russian kingpin Vladimir Putin’s reckless, unjust invasion. To the extent Biden’s aim was to send such a symbolic message to Moscow and its allies, he succeeded. Unfortunately,

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