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    ‘You’ll Be Expelled’: How Ukraine Colleges Held Kashmiri Students Hostage

    The killing of an Indian student in Ukraine on Tuesday has heightened fears of families of more than 100 Kashmiri students still stuck in war ravaged Ukraine.

    South Asia
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    The Role Of Turkish Drones In Ukraine's War

     The pride of Ankara, Turkish combat drones were quickly put into action by Ukraine following Russia's invasion. They have proved their worth in several recent conflicts -- from Syria to Libya to Nagorno-Karabakh.

    West Asia
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    "We're Still In Tents": Arab Refugees See Bias As Europe Welcomes Ukrainians

    Syrian refugee Ahmad al-Hariri, who fled the war in his country for neighboring Lebanon 10 years ago, spent the last decade hoping in vain to escape to a new life in Europe.

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    Iran Leader Says Ukraine Is 'Victim' of US Policy

    Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has blamed the United States for the current Ukraine crisis and demanded an end to the war, saying the policies of the West were the “root cause” for instability.

    West Asia
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    5 Key Ukrainian Cities Russia Is Trying To Take

    As Russia pushes deep into Ukraine, with a vast armored column closing on the capital Kyiv, we look at the key cities its forces are targeting. Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, Berdyansk and Kherson are major cities.

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    'Left Alone' by West, Ukraine Offers Neutrality; Russia Calls for Surrender

    The conflict between Russia and Ukraine continued for the second day, with explosions reported in Kiev as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy rued being "left alone" by the West.

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    Steps Being Taken To Bring Back 18,000 Indians From Ukraine: Minister

    Union Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan on Thursday said that the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) is taking steps to bring back about 18,000 Indians, including students, from Ukraine.

    South Asia
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    China Says Russian Military Operation 'Not Invasion'

    China on Thursday called for restraint on all sides after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an attack on Ukraine, while saying the military operation should not be described as an "invasion".

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    Terrifying Booms, Air Raid Sirens: Ukrainians Wake Up To Sounds Of War

     Frightened Ukrainians took to subway stations on Thursday as air raid sirens rang out across the country's main cities following Russia's launch of its feared military attack.

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    'We'll Denazify Them': Russia Invades Ukraine

     Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, forcing residents to flee for their lives and leaving at least 40 Ukrainian soldiers and 10 civilians dead.

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    Russian Military Moves In, Asks Ukraine To Lay Down Arms

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a special "military operation" to protect Donbas, the separatist-held region in eastern Ukraine, media reports said on Thursday. Putin made the statement on Television.

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    Putin declares Lugansk and Donetsk Independent Republics

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, February 21, 2022 recognised the independence of separatist regions in eastern Ukraine and paved the way to provide them military support.

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    Russian-Backed Ukraine Separatists Call Full Mobilisation, Tensions High

    The leaders of Ukraine's two breakaway regions announced a general mobilization Saturday, spurring fears of a further escalation in fighting in the ex-Soviet country.

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    Joe Biden now ‘convinced’ Russia will launch invasion of Ukraine

    U.S. President Joe Biden says he is now “convinced” Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to invade Ukraine and assault the capital, an ominous assessment that emerged as the country’s east saw more attacks.

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    Ukraine: What would a Russian invasion actually look like? These are the three most likely scenarios

    Despite suggestions to the contrary from the Kremlin, Ukraine remains surrounded by Russian troops, both along its long border with Russia and from within occupied Crimea.

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    US Hopes Of Indian Support If Russia Attacks Ukraine

    The US has hoped that India, which is committed to a rules-based international order, will stand by its side in case of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, which as per the Biden administration seems imminent.

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    Russia says US seeking to provoke Ukraine conflict

    Russia has accused the United States of seeking to provoke a conflict in Ukraine and waging a "propaganda campaign" against Moscow. Russian FM made the remarks during a phone conversation with his American counterpart.

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    Biden Warns American Citizens To Leave Ukraine

    U.S. President Joe Biden cautioned American citizens about staying in Ukraine on Thursday, urging them to leave the country immediately and warning of a potential major conflict with Russia.

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    Ukraine plays down invasion fears, but US sounds alarm

    Ukraine on Sunday pushed back at “apocalyptic predictions” over a potential Russian invasion, after officials in the United States sounded dire warnings that Moscow had stepped up its preparations for a major incursion.

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    "We Don't Need This Panic": Ukraine President To West Over Russia Tensions

    President Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday called on the West to avoid creating "panic" in the face of the Russian troop buildup on Ukraine's border. Zelensky told a news conference.

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    US Warns Against Travel to Russia, Orders Diplomats' Families To Leave Ukraine

    US has also authorized the "voluntary" departure of its embassy employees, adding to tensions between Russia and the West over concerns of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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    Russia seizes Ukrainian ships, UN Security Council to hold emergency meet

    The UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting on Monday to discuss rising tension between Ukraine and Russia after the seizure of three Ukrainian Navy ships in the Kerch Strait on Sunday.

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    Kazakhstan Govt Using Social Media To Tame Rebellion

    Few Kazakhs, if any, know how to use online anonymisers and VPN services to access restricted web content. Few, if any, are ready to risk their welfare by using the internet for anti-governmental activities.

    Central Asia
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    Trump Talks to Putin, and Suddenly Ukraine’s in Play

    Lighting erupted in Ukraine after many months of uneasy but consistent calm after Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, the U.S. and Russian presidents, finally spoke for the first time last weekend by telephone.

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