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Senate overwhelmingly approves $40B in new aid to Ukraine in response to Russia invasion, Biden expected to sign quickly

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate overwhelmingly approves $40B in new aid to Ukraine in response to Russia invasion, Biden expected to sign quickly.

Biden praises Greece for leadership after Russia invasion

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday thanked Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis for his country's “moral leadership” in the aftermath of Russia's invasion of Ukraine as the two held t...

Live updates | UN chief 'appalled' at reported school attack

UNITED NATIONS -- The United Nations chief says he is “appalled” at the reported attack on a school in the Ukrainian town of Bilohorivka, where many people were apparently seeking shelter from fightin...

MOFA applauds Japan PM for remarks on peace across Taiwan Strait

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) thanked Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio for his remarks about Japan’s resolve to preserve peace in East Asia and reaffir...

Ukraine-Taiwan art exchange project opens online

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A Ministry of Culture-sponsored art exchange program co-curated by Ukrainian non-government organization Open Place and Taiwanese artist Chen Nien-ting (陳念庭), entitled &ld...

Ukrainian soldier thanks Taiwan for pledged relief

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Ukrainians on the frontline fighting Russian invaders have shown their appreciation for Taiwan’s timely assistance. A soldier in a Ukrainian uniform can be seen i...

Ukraine: Rockets strike Lviv as Biden castigates Putin — live updates

Biden says Putin 'cannot remain in power' Zelenskyy again calls for tanks and fighter jets from Poland Ukraine says 12 journalists have died since the invasion began The article was last u...

Ukraine war food price spikes may push 40 mln into extreme poverty-development group

Massive price spikes for food and energy sparked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine will push over 40 million people into extreme poverty, the Center for Global Development (CGDEV) said on Friday, wa...

Cabinet advisor calls on Taiwan's Asus to quit Russian market

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Cheng Hung-huei (鄭宏輝), former Hsinchu city councillor and current member of the Democratic Progressive Party’s Central Executive Committee, has called on computer ma...

Ukraine's Zelenskiy defiant as Russian forces, despite setbacks, regroup near Kyiv

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Friday Ukraine was at a "strategic turning point" in the war as Russian forces bombarded cities across the country and appeared to be regrouping for a p...

Ukraine authorities say power knocked out to Chernobyl nuclear site amid Russia invasion, emergency generators turned on

LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine authorities say power knocked out to Chernobyl nuclear site amid Russia invasion, emergency generators turned on.

EXPLAINER: How dangerous was Russia's nuclear plant strike?

BANGKOK (AP) — Europe's largest nuclear power plant was hit by Russian shelling early Friday, sparking a fire at one of its six reactors and raising fears of a disaster that could affect all...

Cultural backlash intensifies against Russia over invasion

ROME (AP) — The cultural backlash against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine intensified Tuesday as the Cannes Film Festival said no Russian delegations would be welcome this year and the Venice festival a...

Live updates: UN: shelling knocks out water lines in Ukraine

___ GENEVA — The U.N.‘s refugees chief is warning that many more vulnerable people will begin fleeing their homes in Ukraine if Russia’s military offensive continues and further urba...

EU eyes Ukrainian membership, could be bargaining chip in Russia talks

BRUSSELS, Feb 28 (Reuters) - European Union leaders may discuss the possibility of Ukrainian membership at an informal summit in March, a senior EU official said on Monday, adding the issue was import...