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More than 100 Russian soldiers were reportedly killed when a volley of Atacms missiles hit a training base in eastern Ukraine in one of the highest single losses of Russian lives in months. Drone footage shared on social media appeared to show at least four of the short-range ballistic missiles, armed with cluster warheads, smash
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A law firm that has long defended Donald Trump’s campaign and businesses from employment lawsuits has abruptly asked to withdraw from a yearslong case over what it calls an “irreparable breakdown in the attorney-client relationship.” The firm — LaRocca, Hornik, Greenberg, Rosen, Kittridge, Carlin and McPartland — has represented Trump’s political operation in numerous suits
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STORY: Reuters eyewitnesses saw some police officers physically attack protesters, who threw eggs and bottles at them, before using tear gas and water cannon to force demonstrators from the area outside the Soviet-built parliament building. Earlier, riot police used pepper spray and batons to clear some protesters who were trying to prevent lawmakers from leaving
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The US has purchased 81 Soviet-era combat aircraft from Kazakhstan, the Kyiv Post reports. Kazakhstan, a historic ally of Russia, is engaging more with Western nations. The planes could be used for spare parts or deployed as decoys in conflict regions, the Post said. The US has acquired 81 obsolete Soviet-era combat aircraft from Kazakhstan,
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“I’m profoundly disturbed about the apparent direction of the court,” J. Michael Luttig told me. “I now believe that it is unlikely Trump will ever be tried for the crimes he committed in attempting to overturn the 2020 election.” I called Luttig, a former federal judge with extensive conservative credentials, to solicit his reaction to
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