NATO and leaders from multiple countries said there are no plans for troops on the ground in Ukraine, after French President Emmanuel Macron floated the possibility of sending European forces.
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Far-right journalist Tucker Carlson is visiting Russia amid an upcoming major shakeup in the Ukrainian troops. CNN’s Senior Interntional Correspondent Frederik Pleitgen and Simon Shuster, author of “The Showman,” a book about Zelensky, join Erin Burnett to discuss.
A White House spokesperson said U.S. intelligence officials have determined that Moscow has acquired ballistic missiles from North Korea and fired at least one of them into Ukraine on December 30. The U.S. is now concerned Iran will soon agree to sell Russia missiles. Geoff Bennett reports.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin pressed lawmakers to urgently pass the Biden administration’s $105 billion national security funding request which includes significant funding for Israel and Ukraine’s war efforts.
A crowd stormed an airport in Russia’s Dagestan region after the arrival of a flight from Tel Aviv, Israel. CNN’s Frederik Pleitgen reports.
The missile strike on a village in the northeastern part of the country was one of the deadliest attacks on civilians since the invasion began.
The P+ Original documentary Superpower tells the story of how Sean Penn heads to Ukraine to learn more about comedic-actor turned president, Volodymyr Zelensky. It was to be an amusing film – it has turned into a document of history. When Penn was brought into an undisclosed bunker in the Presidential Palace, the Russian invasion had begun. Penn talked to President Zelensky as explosions rocked the city. He became an inadvertent front-row witness to this historic ‘David and Goliath’ struggle. Through moments of levity, inspiration and on the ground storytelling, it becomes clear that Ukraine’s Superpower lies in the strength of its leader, its people, and ultimately, its heart.
Ukraine’s military has liberated less than 0.37% of the territory that Russia occupied in June, despite breaches of Russian defenses near Robotyne. The counteroffensive up to this point has been disappointing for Kyiv and the West.
Retired Brigadier Gen. Mark Kimmit and WSJ Ukraine correspondent James Marson explain Ukraine’s evolving counteroffensive military strategy and what could be next for Europe’s biggest land war since World War II.
Even Zelensky shocked: Russians abandoned 3th army and surrendered to Ukraine by raising white flag!
🇺🇦🇷🇺 The latest update on Putin‘s terrorizing of the Russian and Ukrainian people.
As Russia grapples with an alarming decline in civil liberties, a closer look reveals the pivotal role played by the anti-LGBTQ+ movement in President Putin’s calculated strategy. Exploiting existing divisions, fostering discrimination, and fueling fear, Putin’s regime has successfully curtailed rights and consolidated power. It is time to shed light on this sinister agenda and stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community in Russia.
Vladimir Putin has signaled support for Donald Trump with new sanctions targeting Trump’s critics. Putin’s likely subsequent influence on the MAGA base is analyzed by former CIA director John Brennan who tells Joy Reid, “I find it hard to believe in this day and age, particularly after the bloody assault and plundering of Ukraine, that any American would look favorably upon Vladimir Putin[.]”
A long-awaited report by Republican-appointed special counsel John Durham failed to find the “crime of the century” that ex-President Donald Trump said targeted him at the center of the Russia investigation. But it delivered him a potential political payoff nonetheless.
A week after the arraignment of Donald Trump, we’re learning new details about a covert effort by Russian and Chinese-backed actors aimed at sowing division among the American electorate and increasing distrust in institutions. Laura Barrón-López discussed the findings with Colin Clarke of the Soufan Center And Zach Schwitzky of the data science firm Limbik.
Unconfirmed reports say four Russian aircraft were shot down within Russian territory, in what would mark a significant coup for Ukraine. Retired Major General James “Spider” Marks breaks down what it could mean for the war.
Video posted on Telegram by Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to Ukraine’s minister of internal affairs, appears to show Russian infantry fleeing a Ukrainian counterattack near Bakhmut. The video was purportedly filmed on May 11, though CNN cannot independently verify the date.
The Central Intelligence Agency has launched a new effort to capitalize on what US intelligence officials believe is an “unprecedented” opportunity to convince Russians disaffected by the war in Ukraine and life in Russia to share their secrets, posting a slickly produced, cinematic recruitment video online.
Watch new CIA video aimed at recruiting Russians to spy for the US 🕵️♂️
Ukraine has been gearing up for a major counteroffensive and now a senior US military official says Ukraine has begun striking Russian targets.
It’s being described as the most serious intelligence leak in years. Dozens of pages of classified material are spreading online, after being originally posted on a gaming platform. U.S. officials are investigating the origin of the leaks and the impact of information meant to be secret about the war in Ukraine, Russian forces and even U.S. spying on American allies. Nick Schifrin reports