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Poland pushes for more tanks for Kyiv, will seek German OK
"With both sides battlefield positions mostly deadlocked during winter. The Kremlin's forces have kept up their bombardments of Ukrainian areas. The kharkiv region's governor says Russian forces have shelled several towns and villages in northeastern Ukraine in the previous 24 hour period, killing a 67 year old woman, leaving another resident wounded, neither side however shows signs of backing down as the warheads fought a second year for Kremlin appears to be keeping its options open on mobilizing more soldiers, Russian authorities have declared the call up of 300,000 reservists in late October. It's complete, but Vladimir Putin's secret remains in effect until another ruling is issued to formally and the action Ukrainian officials have repeatedly warned of Russia's plans to continue mobilizing more troops. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Death Toll Rises After Russian Strike Destroys Apartment Block
"Ukrainian authorities say more than two dozen people were killed in a Russian missile strike that hit an apartment building in the southern part of the country. Emergency crews worked through a frigid night, looking for survivors and victims at the crumpled multi story apartment building in dnipro. Saturday's attack was the deadliest strike since September. And while Russian authorities confirmed the missile attack. There was no mention of civilian casualties. Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky says they will fight for every life, adding the recovery effort will continue around the clock. He says more than 70 people were injured. Russia also targeted the capital city Kyiv, and the northeastern city of kharkiv on Saturday.
Barrage of Russian strikes hits key Ukrainian infrastructure
"A massive barrage of Russian strikes has hit critical infrastructure in Kyiv kharkiv and other cities Experts say the strikes are in apparent retaliation for what Moscow alleges was a Ukrainian attack on its Black Sea fleet over the weekend loud explosions were heard across the Ukrainian capital in the early hours some residents receiving text messages from the emergency services about the threat of a missile attack and air raid sirens willed for three straight hours The authorities say in kharkiv to strikes it critical infrastructure facilities and the subway ceased operating officials also warned about possible power outages in the city of I'm Charles De Ledesma
Ukraine troops' bodies recovered in Kharkiv region
"Members of the Ukrainian National Guard are out covering the bodies of servicemen who died in battle in the northern kharkiv region over the past few months Soldiers sweep through fields not far from the border with Russia where fierce battles have raged since May the region located about 15 miles north of kharkiv was considered strategic for the Russians to attack the key city Commander of the unit since the Russians were using all the forces they could but they could not get through as a result he says we lost a lot of our servicemen Earlier this month Ukraine launched a counter offensive and near the once occupied city of ism officials have found hundreds of graves filled with bodies which they say show signs of violent death I'm Charles De Ledesma
Ukraine, using captured Russian tanks, firms up its lines
"The Washington based institute for the study of war says Ukraine's now deploying captured Russian tanks to solidify its gains in the northeast amid an ongoing counter offensive The institute citing a Russian claim says Ukraine has been using left behind Russian T 72 tanks as it tries to push into the Russian occupied region of Luhansk Early this month Ukraine launched its counter offensive into territory around its second largest city of kharkiv videos and photos have shown Ukrainian troops seizing tanks ammunition and other weaponry left behind by Moscow in an apparently chaotic withdrawal I'm Charles De Ledesma
Pressure on Russian forces mounts after Ukraine's advances
"Western defense officials believe Russian forces are setting up a new defensive line in Ukraine's northeast after the last one was broken by Ukrainian troops Britain's defense ministry said the new line is likely between the Oscar river and the city of which is about 90 miles southeast of kharkiv the ministry says this line is important to the Russians as it protects a vital resupply route back into Russia The new line comes after a Ukrainian counteroffensive recaptured swathes of land in the northeastern region of kalki which borders Russia meanwhile Russian president Vladimir Putin vowed to press his attack on Ukraine despite Ukraine's latest counteroffensive Putin also warned that Moscow could ramp up its strikes on the country's vital infrastructure if Ukrainian forces target facilities in Russia I'm Karen Chammas
Ukrainian president: Mass grave found near recaptured city
"Ukrainian authorities have found a mass burial site near a recaptured city in the northeast of the country the grave was discovered close to ism in the kharkiv region Russian forces left is a little more than a week ago as Ukrainian troops successfully reclaimed swaths of territory in the region AP journalists visited the site walking past hundreds of wooden crosses most of them marked only with numbers no names Ukrainian soldiers surveyed the site with metal detectors the Ukrainian servicemen known as explained If it leaps on the place where our brothers are lying that means that the enemy may have left something like an explosive substance a grenade that could be thrown into a grave Remembered the Russian invasion of his town his wife was killed by a cluster bomb We fell down I wasn't hurt but she was wounded in the heart The shrapnel went straight through her I'm Karen Chammas
Robert Wilkie on the Significance of Ukraine's Rapid Advances
"We have to get onto the matters of the day. Amazing. Amazing news in just the last week from the battlefield that is Ukraine. You have a very, very you hold a very close eye to these issues. How much of it can we credit? How much is it plausible? How much is I have to recognize? Ukraine's information warfare is some of the best I've seen. I mean, what they are doing on social media as Putin is doing basically nothing is stunning. But let's talk about a sit rep of the actual situation on the ground. Are these advances recapturing territory from Russia? How significant are they? How much can we believe in the last week they've recaptured 3000 square miles in a week? Classic deception operation. Think Patton's phony army. Yes. Prior to Normandy, they gave every indication and they flooded the airwaves with false messaging that they were coming in the south. They watched Putin take the bait, move all of his forces to the south. To the east of the Crimea. And then they pounced in the north. They've recaptured all of the ground around. Kharkiv, we call it kharkov. We have for the first time since the Italians in North Africa. Seen entire armies and abandoned their equipment. Strip off their uniforms and take off.
Ukraine reclaims more territory, reports capturing many POWs
"Ukrainian forces have gained the momentum but that's not silenced Russian guns as the war in Ukraine rages on I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Ukraine's lightning advance has had Russian troops on the run in the country's northeast That's not stop the Russian attack so firefighters have been kept busy in kharkiv Ukraine's second largest city and a constant target of shelling As has been Nicole across the river from the zefir region nuclear plant The situation is untenable International Atomic Energy Agency chief Raphael grossi And we see that one day we repair one line only to see it go down the next day and to wonder what is going to happen He says the warring sides must agree to a nuclear safety zone I wonder what arguments could be raised the last operational reactor in the plant has been shut down in hopes of preventing disaster I'm Ben Thomas
Ukraine is fighting both a physical and cyber war against Russia
"Ukraine's kept the counter offensive momentum in its war against Russia going and claiming that in one region it's pushed the invaders back right up to the border The regional governor of the northeastern kharkiv region says in some areas of the front are defenders have reached the state border with the Russian Federation while the city's mayor has written on telegram that soldiers are heroes highlighting the exuberant mood in the nation that's endured more than 200 days of war and occupation however as throughout the war such military claims are hard to verify independently after
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"On conditions in San Fran, already parched before this week's extreme heat. These yellow fields and browning trees desperately need moisture, but the extreme heat over the past few days only dried them out more than they already were. Have you ever seen the hills this dry? No. That's on talebi, who likes to hike here at the Rancho San Antonio preserved in Santa Clara county. Climate change is upon us and it's really affecting us big time. From these hills to his house in the hills. It's been just getting worse on a daily basis. Rose are making progress in fighting that mass of fairview fire. It's located about 75 miles southeast of LA. They expect full containment. They say by Monday. Russia's defense ministry announcing it is pulling troops back from two areas in Ukraine's eastern area where kharkiv is located. The Ukrainian counterfeits of making significant advances over the past week could be the biggest battlefield success for Ukrainian forces since they stop that Russian attempt to seize the capital of Kyiv. At wars but now in its 7th month, Russia says the troops are being repositioned. Here at home, several metro stations shut down and they will be down for the next 6 weeks. Blue and yellow line stations south of Reagan national airport are closed until October 23rd as metro embarks on two separate projects affecting rail in and out of Virginia. The first phase is going to allow us to do a cut in for the Potomac yard news station. That's metro general manager Randy Clark, which is exploding in growth and becoming a regional hub. But even after that work
Doctors stay in Ukraine's war-hit towns: 'People need us'
"Ukraine's healthcare system which had already suffered from corruption mismanagement and the pandemic has deteriorated even more rapidly since the start of the war As she shows AP journalists the way into the hospital had doctor Elon Abu tova takes them down damaged corridors her feet cracking shattered glass as she walks the hospital is in the kharkiv region on the border with Russia an area that has suffered greatly during the war but we had a 120 men before the start of the war This included not only medical personnel but also service personnel At the moment 47 people remain with us Ukraine's health system paralyzed by extensive war damage and a massive exodus of people is being propped up by volunteers and doctors who refuse to leave 79 year old van der bendo rosca was one of the patients saved by volunteers her son was killed by a Russian artillery attack and her home destroyed in the war There is no one to help me no place to live no child Everything was ever come and nothing was left behind I'm Karen Chammas
Russia steps up strikes on Ukraine amid counterattacks
"Russia's stepping up strikes on Ukraine immediate counter attacks Russian forces have launched massive missile strikes on the Kyiv and chernihiv regions areas that they haven't been targeting in weeks Meanwhile Ukrainian officials have announced an operation to take back unoccupied region in the country's south kharkiv Ukraine's second largest city has also come under a barrage of Russian shelling overnight the southern city of maiko leif was far down as well with one person sustaining injuries Meanwhile the Ukrainian military continues to counter attack in the occupied southern region of kerson striking a key bridge on the NEPA river on Wednesday I'm Charles De Ledesma
Kharkiv residents refuse to leave war-damaged homes
"Hundreds of people in Ukraine's second largest city are living in flats that have been wrecked by Russian attacks According to the kharkiv regional military administration more than 2500 residential buildings have been destroyed or damaged in the area by Russian shelling 1500 of which are ruined completely However hundreds of people still stay in half ruined quarters Tamara arbu kova tells the AP she's definitely not leaving for anywhere not even to family no no she says I won't abandon my home We've been here since 1968 It was my parents flat Some went away for a while and returned while others like construction worker Alexander stress half cough never left I'm Charles De
Russia pounds major Ukrainian city after expanding war aims
"According to officials and witnesses a barrage of Russian shelling pounded a densely populated area in Ukraine's second largest city killing at least two people The shelling comes a day after Russia reiterated its plans to seize territories beyond eastern Ukraine kharkiv officials say Russian forces hit the medical facility a public transport stop and mosque a gym and a residential building Also injuring 21 people Associated Press reporters in hark of Sam market was also hit and saw a woman crying over the body of her dead husband I'm
3 people are killed, and scores injured, in Russian attacks on Kharkiv
"Russian missiles have struck Ukraine's second largest city killing several and injuring schools including children The attack on the northeastern city of kharkiv hit three civilian targets then created a school of residential building and an area near warehouse facilities regional authorities described the attack as absolute terrorism Many of those injured in the attacks are reported to be children between the ages of four to 16 years old Russian attacks in the east have also continued as the hanska officials confirmed that shelling hit settlements on the administrative border with the Donetsk region
Residents returning to Kharkiv town survey damage
"Ukrainians in some areas facing Russian attack want to get back to their homes The Ukrainian town of barking cover in the kharkiv region has suffered relentless daily shelling attacks but despite this people have begun to return after a mass evacuation occurred at two months ago The town's mayor Alexander Barlow tells The Associated Press he wishes that they wouldn't come back People are returning unfortunately he says and I warn on social networks that it's dangerous local resident my Cola says he came back because other towns are just as bad Two thirds of barking cover has been destroyed by shelling and signs of devastation are all around Pieces of burnt books lie in the ruins of what was presumably for cities former library I'm Charles De
Ukraine News: Russia Intensifies Shelling in the East, Signaling Its Next Offensive
"Ukraine suffers more casualties as Russian shelling continues An official says the attacks have killed 5 civilians over the past 24 hours and wounded over 20 more in the eastern thanx province where Russia has stepped up its offensive in recent days that the next governor had on Tuesday urged the provinces more than 350,000 residents to flee saying that getting people out will help save lives and enable the Ukrainian army better to defend towns Russian forces also have hit kharkiv Ukraine's second largest city further
Ukraine: Russia focused on control of Luhansk
"Russian attacks continue throughout Ukraine Ukraine army spokesman Alexander stupin says air strikes continue to hit Ukraine's territories in kharkiv across the next and settlements along the contact line adding an air strike from a helicopter has hit a school building in the area of the esman settlement in the summit region stupid assesses the main efforts of the Russian army in that Donetsk's direction are concentrated on holding occupied territories in Luhansk I'm Charles De
"kharkiv" Discussed on WTOP
"Family members have told members of Congress that two U.S. veterans from Alabama Who were in Ukraine assisting in the war against Russia have not been heard from in days and they say they are missing This morning WTO national security correspondent JJ green with details They've been in Ukraine long enough to figure out where to go to join the fighting and I guess the best that I can say is they've been fighting where the fighting is And I'm not being flippant about that but a part of the reason why is because they've been secretive about where they're going In fact they sort of cut off communications with their families before they went and then they disappeared fighting outside the northeast city of kharkiv at Alexander druk 39 and 27 year old Andy hune And I'll say this too Their families lost contact with them and a lot of other families of westerners who volunteered to go to the fight I have lost contact with their families as well including three Britons who have been sentenced to death This is one of the hazards of fighting in a war but especially difficult for mercenaries because they're fighting not for their country but for another country but if they get in trouble they don't have the support of their own country to come get them JJ what is the latest on the war This is maybe not such a big deal to most folks because it's not so much about movement and it's not so much about troop numbers and weapons et cetera but the Ukrainian government announced that they had knocked out a key Russian electronic warfare complex And this complex and complexes like them are all assigned a Russian military operators there in Ukraine and they use this to track the electronic communications of people fighting for Ukraine So knocking these kinds of things out is just as important as taking out a any kind of other kinetic weapons system This is going to give Ukraine some needed support It's going to help them in a critical battle in the severed area And they say that they've actually knocked out a few others of these things So we may look to start hearing more stories from Ukraine about this about instead of troop movements because it's just taking place in small areas The combat is very close quartered but knocking out key.
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"Thunderstorm but not a washout high 70 to 75 probably sunny on Sunday with a passing shower and a high near 80 I'm storm team for a meteorologist like Jennifer 74 in oxen hill at the moment and it's 72° here outside the WTO studios At 8 41 Russian forces are hammering an eastern Ukrainian city as the two sides wage street battles that Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky says could determine the fate of the critical Donbass region with us to talk about it is WTO national security correspondent JJ green on Skype JJ good morning even as fighting continues in eastern Ukraine Russia appears to be trying to put down roots explain that for us Yeah good morning John Senior Russian government officials have for the first time been appointed As members of eastern Ukraine's Donetsk people's republic separatist administration This is coming as there are growing signs that Russia could permanently occupy these captured territories during this invasion The leader of that republic Dennis push shilin Named former industry and trade ministry department head Vitale chanco as the head of that breakaway region's so called council of ministers Now the council or rather the Kremlin has not publicly confirmed or denied whether these territories are going to be absorbed by Russia saying that it's the will of the people that's important but we know what we've heard from Russia And that is Ukraine belongs to Russia So it's not likely that they won't be absorbed All right JJ we're also hearing that Russian ships are conducting drills in the Baltic Sea today What's happening there Dozens of ships today taking part in military exercises in the strategic Baltic Sea area This after Sweden and Finland announced recently that plans to join NATO Russia's defense ministry said in a statement its ships are going to be performing task for the defense of sea lanes and fleet bases in the area Now if Finland and Sweden join NATO and turkey is kind of standing in the way right now but it's not likely they won't be allowed to join if they do join Russia is going to be the only non NATO country with bases in that area So aside from being angry about those two countries joining they're also a little concerned about what the rest of this plan would do for Russia's concerns or interest in that area and beyond in the Baltic and Eastern Europe Yeah so trying to send that message Thank you That's national security correspondent JJ green Coming up here in WTO PY President Biden says democracy around the world is under assault It's 8 43 My husband struggled.
"kharkiv" Discussed on WTOP
"Hundreds without power across the region Howard county seemed to get the brunt of it with reports of numerous cars stuck in floodwaters and roads flowing with water BGE reports that county that the Baltimore county has over 300 homes and businesses still in the dark Dominion Energy says about 500 residents in Northern Virginia are out keep it here on WTO for the latest on these outages Fighting is raging in eastern Ukraine with the two sides battling over a key city in the Luhansk region Ukrainian troops have moved back into the industrial outskirts of Savara donesk and an ongoing Russian assault might push the Ukrainians to retreat even further The region's governor says the Russian army is using artillery tanks and planes to in his words wipe the city off the face of the earth and capture it completely The summit of the Americas is underway in Los Angeles President Biden helped to start things off The president delivered the main speech during the first official session It's my honor to host my fellow leaders Around two dozen countries are taking part during his welcoming address mister Biden said the region has to deal with the complicated issue of migration and he said countries must go after those who abuse the system Crack down on criminal and human trafficking who prey on desperate people The summit of the Americas continues through Friday CBS News with the president in Los Angeles The so called great resignation has hit The White House two thirds of The White House press shop much of the COVID-19 response team two of the deputy councils to the president even the staffer who manages The White House Twitter account are all leaving within a few weeks of each other Long hours low morale and relatively low pay are reportedly to blame The White House says it's not unusual for staff to turn over at this point in a presidency The full scale of the Biden turnover will not be clear until the end of the month when The White House is required to submit its annual salary report to Congress Still to come here former president Trump is set to answer some tough questions next month It's 5 36.
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"Rights to people to have the choice The demonstrators promise an ongoing battle for abortion rights In the district ridiculo WTO news An Alabama law that made it a felony to prescribe gender affirming puberty blockers at hormones to transgender minors has been partially blocked A federal judge issued a preliminary injection to stop the state from enforcing the medication ban That took effect May 8 a court challenge goes forward Other parts of the law in place among them gender affirming surgeries for transgender miners which doctors testified are not done on minors in Alabama Also left in place a provision that requires counselors and other school officials to tell parents if a minor discloses that they think they are transgender It's one 34 President Biden wants states and cities to use unspent money from last year's $1.9 trillion COVID relief package and use that money to fight crime and higher police officers Investigated a crime prevention and accountable community police officers who walked the beat know the neighborhood and who can restore trust and safety in the neighborhoods That's what it is when you know who owns a local liquor store or know who the pastor of the church is Now it makes a big difference when you know the community Friday the president stressed the need for more funding of public safety programs after meeting with law enforcement officials from across the country at The White House Much of it has been destroyed by relentless Russian attacks but on Saturday you crane claimed it had taken back control of the nation's second largest city Kharkiv CBS News foreign correspondent Debra patta made her way into that city Our key the second largest city in Ukraine came under attack on day one of the war It's 25 miles from the Russian border and most people in fact speak Russian but the resistance has been fierce here and it's paid off It's been a brutal battle Ukrainian forces have finally gained the upper hand pushing Russian troops back towards the border but the scars.
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"Western democracies to send serious weaponry now as if their own countries and peoples were under attack CBS News special report on Vicki Parker And at 8 32 there are reports too of illegal weapons being used by Russian forces in Ukraine They're desperate and they're illegal They've been using these illegal cluster bombs just outside of kharkiv They are going to be using unguided missiles and bombs That's going to lead to the possibility that more civilians could be hurt harmed and killed as Russia continues this desperate push That's WTO national security correspondent JJ green A 33 now in an effort to reduce gun violence President Biden is expected to introduce a ban on kits used to make so called ghost guns at home Ghost guns are unregulated untraceable weapons made from kits that can be purchased online or at a store without a background check Senior administration officials say purchasers can assemble a working firearm in as little as 30 minutes The president is also expected to name Steve dental Bach a former U.S. attorney from Ohio as his nominee to lead the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms and explosives His previous nominee was forced to withdraw amid opposition in the Senate In France Emmanuel Macron will now face far right nationalist marine le pen in a winner takes all runoff election for the French presidency both advanced yesterday in the first round of voting setting up another head to head clash of their sharply opposing views for France It's a rematch of their 2017 contest more now on le pen's views He is definitely far right She wants Europe to have less of an influence in France and she wants stronger ties with Russia and with far right leaders in Hungary and Serbia and she believes that Putin is a valid ally for France and CBS correspondent Elaine Cobb Macron won their last contest in 2017 by a landslide to become France's youngest ever president However the outcome this time is far more far from guaranteed Inflation concerns and Russia's war in Ukraine are major factors in the presidential campaign Two Hollywood actors are set to begin a lengthy trial today in fairfax county Actors Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard will argue their case before a jury following a $50 million suit filed by Deb accusing herd of libel The suit stems from an opinion piece by herd published in The Washington Post addressing domestic violence Now while the article doesn't name Depp his attorneys claim it falsely implies she was physically and sexually abused while the two actors were married An allegation that he says has impacted his career Now herd's attorney argues she's protected from the suit since preventing domestic violence is a matter of public interest The trial will unfold in Virginia because the post publishes stories online using servers in fairfax county Melissa Howell WTO news Opening statements are set for 10 o'clock this morning WTO will have a reporter there that trial is expected to last several weeks D.C. police are working to track down the seller of tainted drugs and to warn people for people died in three others are suspected of having had drug overdoses after taking the tainted narcotics this weekend and the IV city and Trinidad neighborhoods of northeast D.C. Police tell our news partners at NBC four that some of the victims were experiencing homelessness no word yet on what the narcotics could have contained Coming up on WTO The.
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"Jay Top stories were following for you right now on WTO P the Ukrainian military says Russia has been beefing up its forces in anticipation of an offensive in the eastern part of that country Ukrainian military command says Russian troops have continued attempts to break Ukrainian defenses southeast of kharkiv four people have been injured in a shooting outside nationals park happened just a couple of hours after last night's ball game The NFL community is shaken by the sudden death of former Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins the 24 year old was training with Pittsburgh Steelers teammates in South Florida when he was struck and killed by a dump truck on an interstate highway Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes Elsewhere Maryland lawmakers have given the okay for a lot of money to go toward keeping the state's top sports teams happy State Senate has approved a measure that will allow the Maryland stadium authority to use $1.2 billion to upgrade Camden yards and M&T Bank stadium home to the Orioles and ravens respectively And it turns out many libraries around the country have had to deal with the same book debate that led to anger and controversy within the fairfax county public school system The American library association says last year it recorded more complaints than ever before from people trying to get books removed from libraries The top two books that received the most complaints genderqueer and lawn boy the books that were temporarily removed from high school library shelves in fairfax county after critics said they contained sexually explicit content Deborah Caldwell stone with the American library association We're also seeing the impact of social media videos on Facebook complaints on Twitter those things go viral And she says that has helped fuel organized campaigns to remove certain categories of books Nik LAW TLP news 9 48 It's traffic and weather on the 8s and married to papa the WTO traffic setting All right Sean and just getting word from the Frederick county fire on scene of our crash on I 70 It was a rollover incident a med of acts were called and sent away They have they are in the cleanup stages and what is happening now Nothing on two 70 from the beltway through Frederick but if you're continuing I 70 westbound toward south mountain after or just before you get to the Mars relax at 42 it's right around mile marker 46 you are still staying to the left to get by Crash clean up they say they made they be there for another hour If you get off take 40 as an alternative and get back on at 17 myersville it does put you past this incident keep that in mind That's it Nothing was in the eastbound direction 95 in Maryland beltway to beltway doing well Baltimore Washington Parkway checks in okay both outside and inside of the beltway But it is D.C. two 95 It was running southbound after he's capital You're still delayed the crash that was near Pennsylvania avenue You had been getting mine a single lane that could actually be clear the way the delay is dissipating We will flip the coin into Virginia where the main interstate travel problem lies on three 95 northbound the ramp that would go westbound edsel road the second ramp in succession is currently closed One went off the roadway and we have the retrieval team on seeing can't find the new car you're looking for try fits where you use car and next to a new car fits way cars best visit fit small dot com for a good car a safe car.
"kharkiv" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
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"Going really really bad for the Russians right now I think the U.S. estimates put about 6000 Russian troops either killed or disabled now to put that in perspective The Soviet Union when they invaded Afghanistan I think total for all the years they were there only about 7500 of their troops were either killed or hurt Right and we were a little under 3000 I think in Afghanistan and Iraq It's going really bad And I think right now the assessment is over a hundred tanks and armored vehicles have been either destroyed or disabled And at least 50 Russian aircraft So I think right now anyway Tom you know I would tell people that don't worry because it's going so badly for the Russians Ukrainians I don't want to hand Mark but on the other hand the loss of equipment that the Russians have suffered is I mean their army is massive It's a very it's a drop in the bucket from their point of view And they're just going to bomb the crap out of this out of this country They're going to bomb them back to the Stone Age It's what they're doing right now in kharkiv And Mario I'm sure I'm mispronouncing that town but where they bombed the maternity hospital yesterday Yeah but notice the thing though Tom and you're right about this point But they can't hold them in position No they can't Even in the south where there is doing these bombings Every time they try to hold a position they can't hold it And they're suffering and right now the American the retired American generals are saying the Russians are you can see suffering battle fatigue And it's going to be this is not what they expected definitely And zelensky is leading he's going to be the George.
"kharkiv" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"Everyone is making an escape plan though. Honestly, it feels like it's been ages since that morning. We last spoke. Yeah, I know. It feels like it's been weeks or something..
"kharkiv" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"The ones I knew as tag or ring around the rosies. Our correspondent says there's more to it, those games are a conduit for culture, and they too have been infected by COVID. Mural painting has a long history in Mexico. It started with the olmecs, the region's first major civilization, and ran well into the 20th century with Diego Rivera. Now, a suburb of Mexico City is trying to revive that tradition. First up, though. In an address to Britain's parliament yesterday, Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky vowed to fight Russia in forest fields and shores. Throughout the city. It was a deliberate echo of Winston Churchill's most famous wartime speech. Stealing Britain's parliament and its people as German forces advanced across France in 1940. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds. We shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills, we shall never surrender. There's doubtless plenty of fighting spirit in the country, but many people are seeking safety abroad. The United Nations said 2 million people had already fled. In what seems to be a rare ceasefire success, 5000 people escaped from the northeastern city of sumi. Repeated ceasefire violations and civilian deaths have destroyed any trust on the ground, but Russian media said more escape corridors were being set up. For the capital Kyiv, cherna hip to the north, Mario pole to the south, and kharkiv, very near the Russian border. Not.
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"Trying to hold on to the country's second largest city kharkiv which has been mercilessly shelled the day Russian missiles striking the city's university another clear civilian target President zelensky addressing the nation claiming as many as 9000 Russian forces have been killed We are a nation that broke the enemy's plans in a week We stop them We beat them But that number much higher than the Russian claim of 498 dead troops As in all wars it's innocent civilians who are suffering the most 1 million people now driven from their homes and their land Ukrainian officials say more than 2000 have been killed in the Russian advance And here near the capital that massive Russian convoy appearing to stall 70 miles north of the city But U.S. officials warning they're taking time to regroup And a big reason why it stalled is Ukrainian resistance The International Criminal Court launching an investigation into possible war crimes But the popular resistance to the Russian occupation is growing Here blocking the road to Europe's largest nuclear power plant where officials deny Russian claims it's under their control But in the north the Russians do control Chernobyl the site of the nuclear disaster in the 1980s the International Atomic Energy Agency warning that the area needs to be protected asking for a no fly zone In the capital we go inside the country's largest children's hospital where the patients the children have been moved to the basement amid fears and attack could come at any moment This is what this.
"kharkiv" Discussed on WCPT 820
"About nuclear destruction Was that 99 red balloons Yeah Okay Well you know when you have time to just concentrate on talking I'm not sure What Hey What do you mean Okay there are a lot of great protest songs in the 90s Yeah a lot of great nuclear They all coming back now Well like every song was about nuclear annihilation Seriously Rocky 12 Are we at rocky 12 That was my high school graduation song For every young Yeah It's dark Especially when NATO not to intervene in Ukraine as they say Russian paratroopers have descended on the city of kharkiv Ukraine's interior minister said more than 2000 civilians have already been killed Yeah it is clearly deliberate and indiscriminate They are hitting everything right And that's a war crime So those are war crimes The Russian forces that they have taken control of kerson is that the mice pronounce that right now That's the first Ukrainian city I love their former mayor This is going to be in one of the rockies Sean He's a former heavyweight boxy champion I will break you Thank you Yes He said there's a huge patriotic movement right now old people Can you imagine doctors actors Actors from the theater I don't know how that's going to go as a former sort of actor Oh stop Gee I hope I get it I hope I get it Okay There was a male ballet dancer In one of the pictures What's my motivation Just get a gun and go Kick What's my motivation Because okay many professions that have never had any expectation to fight to keep weapons but right now they're coming to us They are ready to fight It's amazing I'm just saying something that came from the theater I was hoping for was the auditions from You have of course Theater degree Yeah Other than pretending you're walking through Jell-O I'm not sure that theater people are particular equipped Or saying how now brown You did that No buffalo studio arena theater was taught by a speech teacher that made the same bumblebee mom bumblebee mom bumblebee mom Those were our voice exercises Red leather yellow leather red leather yellow leather You're walking through Jell-O It's windy I'm just saying They send a mime troupe You're in a box You can't bomb us We're walking down the stairs You can't see us now This is not funny But I'm just saying All right He's looking I feel like I can I can't make fun because I was a theater student I wasn't actually You were there with Forrest Whitaker I played myself in many I'm just saying I don't know if there's this additions or.
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"Russia is also stepping up its shelling of kharkiv Ukraine's second largest city pounding civilian targets there but the Ukrainians are fighting back fiercely The AP's Charles De Ledesma on the Russian shelling of kharkiv One after the other explosions burst through a residential area of the city in one video verified by the AP a man pleads with a woman to leave and another woman cries determined for life to go on despite the shelling hospital the workers transferred a car cave maternity ward to a bomb shelter amid makeshift electrical sockets and mattresses piled up against the walls pregnant women paced the crowded space accompanied by the cries of dozens of newborns The Russian military has denied targeting residential areas despite abundant evidence documented by AP reporters around Ukraine of shilling of homes schools and hospitals I'm Charles De Ledesma Security has been tightened around the U.S. capitol building for President Biden's first State of the Union address tonight A presidential historian says the president will have to talk about the crisis in Ukraine tonight but he can legitimately say the state of our union is strong University of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry points to strong employment among other things but Americans are worried about inflation and the virus pandemic And while the president will have to address the war she says the president has to explain how a distant war will affect people here The war in Ukraine is pushing up gas prices gas is $3 62 cents a gallon this morning This is a pin used Remember Mardi Gras the AP's Julie Walker says it's back Fat Tuesday is back on the streets of New Orleans in full force after a hiatus due to the pandemic This sounds of 2020 which became a super spreader because of the packed streets but with COVID rates down in 92% of the city's adults at least partly vaccinated the parades came back to the famed French quarter They began the first week of January all leading up to fat Tuesday with thousands expected to take part in full costume and on floats especially since it's a state holiday I'm Julie Walker They're heading back out on tour The Grammy winning chicks on their first major tour since 2017 It begins on June 14th in St..
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"And feel better I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic Our latest forecast now from storm team four's Michelle Grossman A mixture of sun and clouds today milder and breezy highs 55 to 60 tonight partly cloudy not as cold upper 30s to low 40s and then Wednesday really beautiful day enjoy it because we do have changes on the way Partly to mostly sunny on Wednesday mild again the mildest day of the work week highs low to mid 60s and then Thursday that's when the changes come through First a front comes through it's going to bring more clouds also cooler weather A morning shower is possible but most of us will stay dry highs in the low 50s by Friday partly sunny and chilly back below normal temperatures only in the mid upper 40s on Friday Then as we look ahead towards the weekend it's going to be unsettled Saturday we should stay dry with just more cloud cover Temperatures mild though into the 60s And then by Sunday mild once again we could climb into the 70s but some spots will see showers and plenty of cloud cover I'm storm team four meteorologist Michelle Grossman Right now we've got partly cloudy skies we're at 43° here in Washington brought to you by Dallas glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles glass dot com Dulles glass Love your glass Ten 51 we continue to follow developments in Ukraine where satellite imagery shows a 40 mile long convoy of armored vehicles tanks artillery and support vehicles along with many Russian troops heading to the capital city of Kyiv The attacks continued today after a missile strike hit a central square in kharkiv the second largest city Ukrainian president zelensky calling it an act of undisguised terror The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court now says he'll open an investigation into possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine After 5 hours of talks between Ukrainian and Russian officials no agreement on a ceasefire yet but both sides have decided to meet again in the coming days And more than 660,000 refugees have now fled Ukraine in the 6 days since Russia began its attack Meantime a local woman with ties family ties to Ukraine is working here in the states to help them Rocks Alana Weiner of Arlington Virginia says she's in constant communication with her friends and family and Ukraine I'm really not sleeping I haven't slept in weeks She's part of the nonprofit united help Ukraine based out of Gaithersburg Maryland They have humanitarian programs in place to help people on the front line and need help with donations and assistance for refugees And people are dying People are losing their homes They don't have food The stores are being shut down Weiner said she's scared for her family and is ready to help and anyway I want to personally if I can how refugees or I'm ready to go to Ukraine Valerie bonk WTO P news A bill that would allow parents to weigh in on some of the materials their kids are taught in school is headed to Virginia governor Glenn youngkin's desk now the bill allows parents to review sexually explicit material in the classroom It's now cleared the House of delegates and the Senate approved it last month the measure requires teachers to offer alternatives for kids whose parents object to the lessons content opponents say already overworked teachers now have to create extra lesson plans and they say the term sexually explicit is overly broad Coming up next New signs of zoom fatigue I'm Jeff label Oh boy ten 53 Hi I'm Patrick finger's owner a new look home design Sometimes it's nice to do half of something now on the other half later Like Queen and half the house now and then doing the other half later or shoveling half the walk now and then the other half later While half now half later is cool you know what's really awesome at new look through March 31st when you buy a new roof you can pay for half the roof later and then the other half never What Pay for half the roof later and then the other hand you'll never pay With our half later half never sail you save 50% on all roofing materials and you pay the other half later with interest refinancing Plus we give you line by line pricing so you see exactly what you're paying for Schedule your own site or virtual estimate now Getting a new roof has never been easier Call 802 7 9 5300 that's 802.
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"Moment Hey good morning We're so glad you're with us I'm Shayna stulen And I'm Mark Lewis Jocelyn chess and his anthro producer's desk Wired by ibe local 26 Now recruiting experienced electricians to join their ranks Just ahead on WTO The UN General Assembly is holding an emergency session this morning as Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine Capitol police bring back the chainlink fencing around the capitol on the hill on John dome in the UN out with a frightening new report about the effects of climate change It's 1131 CBS News special report a moment of silence and a plea to end the fighting in Ukraine from the secretary general of the UN Antonio Gutierrez at a rare emergency session of the General Assembly These escalating violence which is resulting in civilian deaths including children is totally unacceptable Russian troops still battling to take over Ukraine's biggest cities correspondent Charlie is in the capital of Kyiv Russian forces have been trying to enter this part of the city but more importantly they've set their sights on kharkiv and that is where we've seen street fights underway between Ukrainian forces and Russian troops and we've seen images of Russian convoys that have been stopped dead in their tracks The Kremlin says Russia is banning all residents from transferring money abroad Russia expert Justin Burke Regular Russians are going to have their savings wiped out pretty quickly And they usually have it in dollars Oil prices surging here and overseas CBS News special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez Let me ask exodus of refugees from Ukraine to the eastern edge of the European Union is showing no signs of stopping The UN estimating more than 500,000 people have already escaped long lines of cars and buses were backed up at checkpoints at the borders of Poland Hungary Slovakia Romania and the non EU member Moldova Others crossed the borders on foot dragging their possessions away from the war and into the security of the EU As the fight for Ukraine continues there's another battle brewing between Russia and the media They're shutting down as fast and furiously as they can Any outlet in Ukraine or in Russia as well that that's essentially not saying what it is that they want to be said And they're not having much success at all because we know that there are other private entities that are essentially providing ways for these websites and these platforms that are getting shut down to put their information up anyway 6000 plus people have been arrested in Russia for protesting against the government And that's growing And that's the WTO national security correspondent JJ green Up ahead of familiar and we're told temporary site on Capitol Hill It's back It's 1134.
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"Roof every hour with over 30,000 roofs installed New look home design dot com It's one 21 That's what it sounds like The sounds of war are heard in Ukraine's second largest city today a Russian troops have been fighting with Ukrainian resistance on the streets of kharkiv Russian president Putin has ordered Russia's nuclear deterrent forces on alert while Russian citizens are taking to the streets in protest WTO national security correspondent JJ green This is designed to frighten Ukraine into capitulating to his demands which is not to join NATO But this is not going to work because that door has been slammed shut It's locked It's welded shut and this incursion this invasion has just fortified all the more their reason and interest in joining NATO So I think what's happening here is he recognizes that he's on the back foot in a big way Delegations from Ukraine and Russia have agreed to meet to talk about peace with no precondition on the Ukrainian Belarusian border Meanwhile the European Union's chief executive says the 27 nation bloc will close its airspace to Russian airlines fund supplies of weapons to Ukraine and ban some pro Kremlin media outlets The fighting in Ukraine is leading to a flood of refugees trying to leave the country CBS is Christina rafini is that a border crossing in Poland We're at the medica border crossing between Ukraine and Poland and we've seen a steady stream of people coming across The differences for the first time we're seeing a line of people going back into Ukraine We talked to women who are going in to get members of their family and to a couple military aged males who.