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    A second British fighter has been captured by Russian forces in Ukraine while h was defending the besieged city of Mariupol, and has been paraded on TV. Ex-British Army soldier Shaun Pinner, 48, was known to have been serving as a 'contract soldier' with Kyiv's forces fighting off the Russian invasion. Looking clean-shaven with no visible wounds, he said on the broadcast: 'I am Shaun Pinner. I am a citizen of the United Kingdom. I was captured in Mariupol. 'I am part of 36th brigade, 1st Battalion Ukrainian Marine. I was fighting in Mariupol for five to six weeks and now I am in the Donetsk People's Republic.' His capture comes after Russia seized 28-year-old former care worker Aiden Aslin on Tuesday. He had also been fighting in Ukraine. There is concern for his safety amid fears that he could treated as a spy by the Kremlin. Scroll down for video  Brit fighter Shaun Pinner has been captured by Russian forces after surrendering in Mariupol. He was paraded on Russian television looking clean-shaven with no visible wounds. He said on...
    Russian gymnast Ivan Kuliak says he has no regrets over wearing a symbol in support of the invasion of Ukraine on the podium following a World Cup event in Doha on Saturday. Kuliak attached a letter 'Z' to his chest before receiving his bronze medal in the parallel bars, an event won by Ukraine's Illia Kovtun.  The letter has been seen daubed on the sides of Russian tanks, and has come to be regarded as a sign of support for the invasion. The 20-year-old's move was condemned as 'shocking behaviour' by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG), which has asked its Gymnastics Ethics Foundation to launch an investigation. But Kuliak, who faces the prospect of a lengthy ban, was unrepentant on Tuesday, telling Russia Today: 'If there was a second chance and I had a choice whether to go out with the letter "Z" on my chest or not, I would do the same. 'I saw it on our military and looked at what this symbol means. It turned out to be "for victory" and "for peace". I just wanted to...
    Gas prices rose by an average of 15.8 cents a gallon on Friday across the U.S. and were up another 8 cents on Saturday - as the cost at the pump increased 33 cents over the last week.  It was the second highest spike in gasoline prices ever recorded and beaten only by the 18.1-cent spike when Hurricane Katrina tore through Gulf in August 2005. This time, Russia's war in Ukraine is having a dramatic impact on the cost of crude oil which sits at $114 a barrel. This, coupled with rising inflation at home of 7.5 percent, are the main culprits why drivers are spending more than $100 to fill up on full tank of regular unleaded gas in nearly a third of the country.  Gas prices have risen by 37 cents since Russia invaded its neighbor.  There are now eleven states - California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Illinois, Arizona, New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania - where the average price is already over $4 a gallon. Another six states have average gas prices hovering near $4 a gallon.  Prices for...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Russian Invasion of Ukraine is bearing down on its second week as fighting rages across the country, destroying cities, neighborhoods and claiming lives in the process. Chilling new video has emerged from inside the control room of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine while it was under attack from the Russian military. READ MORE: Driver Reportedly Drinking At Nearby Bar Before Killing Long Beach Father And Daughter Nuclear power that officials believe was targeted by Russian forces. Over the public address system, workers frantically called out, “Stop shooting immediately. You threaten the security of the whole world.” Outside, a fire raged, and video of the aftermath showed the damage, including what looked like shell casings. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the attack “terror on an unprecedented level,” and added that Russian tanks knew what they were firing at and directly aimed at the station. U.S. officials said that the world only narrowly avoided a nuclear catastrophe. Late Friday night, a massive explosion came in Chernihiv, which is north of the capital city of...
    LOWELL (CBS) – It has been a long week for Ukrainians living in the United States with loved ones overseas. Anya Dubovyk moved to Lowell five years ago after living 30 years in Ukraine. Dubovyk’s brother, mother and grandmother all still live in Ukraine and are unable to get out. READ MORE: WooSox Experience Uptick In Ticket Sales For April And May Games As MLB Lockout ContinuesDuring the past week, Dubovyk has called, facetimed, and messaged with her loved ones to help keep them safe as best she can. Dubovyk said communication had been tough for her family members due to signal outages and service issues. READ MORE: I-Team Sources: Man Tried To Kidnap Baby At Tufts Medical Center“The nightmare goes on,” said Dubovyk. “I still cannot believe this is happening. To know that I can lose those who I love the most in my life any second.” Dubovyk’s mother is in the northern Ukrainian town called Sumy. As of Thursday, her mother had lost power, heat and running water and worst of all, said Dubovyk, her mother is now...
    RUSSIAN troops are blasting their way into Ukraine’s second largest city today after bloody fighting last night erupted on the streets. Soliders in TIGR armoured vehicles were spotted in two suburbs of Kharkiv  – where officials claimed a battle was raging. 12Russian special forces entering Ukraine's second largest city KharkivCredit: Sky News 12A gas pipe explosion in Kharkiv early this morningCredit: East2West 12Burning Russian military equipment on the streets of Kharkin minutes after Russian army entered the cityCredit: East2West 12The Sun's Jerome Starkey in central Kharkiv while Russians move inCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk They launched a pincer move from the north entering the city from the 10 and 2 o’clock directions, officials said. Troops here defeated a major tank assault in one of the first key defeats of Vladimir Putin’s evil onslaught which started before dawn on Thursday. Local Governor Oleh Synyehubov confirmed Russian forces had breached the city limits as the explosions thundered over nearby homes....
    The Pope has intervened over the invasion of Ukraine, describing war-waging as a 'shameful capitulation', just hours after an unprecedented visit to the Russian embassy.  In a Russian language tweet on Friday Pope Francis denounced the ills of conflict on the second day of the large-scale Russian invasion of neighbouring Ukraine. He wrote in separate English and Russian tweets:  'Every war leaves our world worse than it was before. 'War is a failure of politics and of humanity, a shameful capitulation, a stinging defeat before the forces of evil.' Earlier on Friday Pope Francis went to the Russian embassy to the Holy See to relay his concern over Russia's invasion of Ukraine to Moscow's ambassador, in an unprecedented departure from diplomatic protocol. Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said the pope spent more than half an hour at the embassy. Pope Francis has met Putin before at a private audience in a private audience back in 2015 irefighters try to extinguish a blaze at a damaged residential building at Koshytsa Street, a suburb of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, earlier today A residential...
    Russia's war with Ukraine cranked up a notch on Friday as Vladimir Putin's forces launched a brutal pincer movement around Kyiv. Locals and cameramen captured horrifying footage of bombs dropping, soldiers shooting and jets screeching overhead as fighting raged in Europe. A huge fireball was spotted exploding at a key airbase in the centre of the country after a missile smashed into it. Ukrainians were recorded sprinting from a major train station to bunker down in the nearby metro as the harrowing wails of an air raid siren bellowed. Meanwhile Russians protested the war in Moscow and were spotted launching Molotov cocktails towards police. Russian forces continued their brutal offensive into Ukraine today as they circled the capital city Kyiv. But the Ukrainian military - joined by civilians who answered the call to arms - positioned themselves ready for the onslaught. Here, MailOnline looks at the most iconic videos of the battle form both sides today:  Ukrainian military blow up bridge to slow down the Russians Incredible footage shows Ukrainian armed forces sacrificing a bridge near the second city of...
    Former National Security Advisor John Bolton predicted on MSNBC on Tuesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin will be successful despite President Joe Biden’s warnings over invading Ukraine in which such an outcome would’ve happened even if former President Donald Trump, whom he served under, had won re-election. MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell mentioned that the Trump presidency was “when Ukraine became so politicized as part of decisions and conversations.” “There was one call in particular, the so-called perfect call that Trump had with [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky, which certainly telegraphed to the Kremlin they could do what they wanted with Ukraine and America would not stand up,” continued Mitchell, referring to the 2019 phone call in which Trump allegedly wanted Ukraine to dig dirt on Biden, then a presidential candidate, and his son, Hunter Biden, in exchange for U.S. military assistance. This led to Trump’s first impeachment, where the then-president was acquitted by the Senate following a trial. “I think Putin was undoubtedly waiting for a second Trump term but he’s getting effectively almost what he would have expected then,” said Bolton. “This is going to be a victory for Russia.” On Monday, Putin recognized the independence of...
    PRESIDENT Biden and Vladimir Putin spoke on the phone for the second time in one month today. The presidents discussed a range of topics "including upcoming diplomatic engagements with Russia," National Security Council spokesperson Emily Horne said on Wednesday. 3Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden are set to speak again tomorrowCredit: AP:Associated Press 3It is the second time the pair have spoken this monthCredit: Reuters "The Biden Administration continues to engage in extensive diplomacy with our European Allies and partners, consulting and coordinating on a common approach in response to Russia's military build-up on the border with Ukraine." The call was initially requested by Putin, an official claimed, but was accepted by Biden as "he believes when it comes to Russia there is no substitute for direct leader-leader dialogue." The call took place just hours after the US Air Force flew another spy plane over eastern Ukraine to gather intel about the Russian military situation, sources told CNN. This is the second time this month that the pair will discuss the country's relations. On December 7, Biden was seen waving...
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