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Joe Biden - What is the NATO military alliance and how is it helping Ukraine? - apnews.com - Washington - Ukraine - Russia - Japan - city Brussels

What is the NATO military alliance and how is it helping Ukraine?

BRUSSELS (AP) — President Joe Biden and his NATO counterparts are meeting in Washington this week to mark the 75th anniversary of the world’s biggest security organization just as Russia presses its advantage on the battlefield in Ukraine.

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Jens Stoltenberg - Tara Copp - NATO signs $700 million Stinger missile contract as it makes plans to boost arms production - apnews.com - Washington - Ukraine - city Washington - Russia

NATO signs $700 million Stinger missile contract as it makes plans to boost arms production

WASHINGTON (AP) — NATO has signed a nearly $700 million contract to have member countries produce more Stinger missiles, one of many steps the alliance is pressing at its summit in Washington to get each country to boost its own weapons production capabilities.

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Keir Starmer - What is the Nato summit and why is it important for Ukraine? - independent.co.uk - Washington - Ukraine - city Washington - Russia - city Moscow - Soviet Union - Sweden

What is the Nato summit and why is it important for Ukraine?

Prime Minister Keir Starmer and his NATO counterparts are meeting in Washington this week to mark the 75th anniversary of the world’s biggest security organization just as Russia presses its advantage on the battlefield in Ukraine.

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Justin Trudeau - Lt.-Gen. Jennie Carignan named Canada's newest chief of the defence staff - cbc.ca - Iraq - Syria - Afghanistan - Canada - county Canadian

Lt.-Gen. Jennie Carignan named Canada's newest chief of the defence staff

The federal government has named Lt.-Gen. Jennie Carignan as defence chief.

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Joe Biden - Donald Trump - Nancy Pelosi - Steve Bannon - Mike Pence - FACT FOCUS: Trump’s misleading claims about the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol - apnews.com - Washington

FACT FOCUS: Trump’s misleading claims about the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Donald Trump said during his debate with President Joe Biden last week that the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol involved a “relatively small” group of people who were “in many cases ushered in by the police.”

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Keir Starmer - What is the Nato and why is the 2024 summit important for Ukraine? - independent.co.uk - Washington - Ukraine - city Washington - Russia - city Moscow - Soviet Union - Sweden

What is the Nato and why is the 2024 summit important for Ukraine?

Prime Minister Keir Starmer and his Nato counterparts are meeting in Washington this week to mark the 75th anniversary of the world’s biggest security organization just as Russia presses its advantage on the battlefield in Ukraine.

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US-built pier will be put back in Gaza for several days to move aid, then permanently removed - apnews.com - Usa - Washington - Israel - Palestine - city Gaza - Cyprus

US-built pier will be put back in Gaza for several days to move aid, then permanently removed

WASHINGTON (AP) — The pier built by the U.S. military to bring humanitarian aid to Gaza will be reinstalled Wednesday to be used for several days, but then the plan is to pull it out permanently, several U.S. officials said. It would deal the final blow to a project long plagued by bad weather, security uncertainties and difficulties getting food into the hands of starving Palestinians.

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Julian E Barnes - U.S. Officials Say Russia Is Unlikely to Take Much More Ukrainian Territory - nytimes.com - Washington - Ukraine - Russia - city Moscow

U.S. Officials Say Russia Is Unlikely to Take Much More Ukrainian Territory

Russia is unlikely to make significant territorial gains in Ukraine in the coming months as its poorly trained forces struggle to break through Ukrainian defenses that are now reinforced with Western munitions, U.S. officials say.

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