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CNN's Fred Pleitgen details new footage released by Ukrainian forces from a battle against Russia in Eastern Ukraine. #CNN #News
In this comprehensive update, we delve deep into the ongoing conflict in Ukraine as the bloody and unprovoked invasion by Putin's forces continues. Join us for a detailed analysis of the latest developments in this long-standing crisis. The Ukrainian army's efforts to advance on the Zaporizhia front and the Bakhmut section are explored, along with Russia's increasing threat on the North Luhansk front. Despite months of conflict, neither side has achieved a decisive breakthrough on the battlefield since Ukraine's counteroffensive in Kherson. Discover the challenges faced by Ukrainian and Russian forces, including formidable defensive fortifications and dense minefields, slowing down the pace of advance. Get insights into the reported manpower on the Zaporizhia front, as the Russian army deploys reinforcements. Explore significant battles in Pryyutne, Urozhaine, and Robotyne, as well as the Ukrainian army's efforts to control key supply lines. Learn about the notable Ukrainian operation near Kozachi Laheri and its potential impact on the conflict's dynamics. The situation in the Bakhmut section remains relatively stable, despite heavy fighting, while the North Luhansk front presents ongoing challenges for Ukraine. Find out how the Russian advance in this area has prompted evacuations and reinforcements. Get updates on aerial attacks, drone strikes, and their impact on both Russia and Ukraine. Learn about the economic implications of the war on both nations. Discover Ukraine's efforts to ramp up internal military production and its allies' continued support. Find out about the latest military aid provided by countries such as the United States, Poland, Germany, and more. Explore the diplomatic landscape, including the Saudi Arabia-organized conference on the war in Ukraine, and the expectations for a challenging autumn in diplomatic efforts. We also provide insights into Russian losses, based on open-source data, and the possibility of Putin considering mobilization. Don't miss this in-depth analysis of the ongoing conflict. Subscribe and hit the notification bell to stay updated with our coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Thank you for being a part of the Kings and Generals community. 🎥 Join our YouTube members and patrons to unlock exclusive content! Our community is currently enjoying deep dives into the First Punic War, Pacific War, history of Prussia, Italian Unification Wars, Russo-Japanese War, Albigensian Crusade, and Xenophon’s Anabasis. Become a part of this exclusive circle: youtube.com/channel/UCMmaBzfCCwZ2KqaBJjkj0fw/join or patron: 🤍 and Paypal 🤍 as well! Pacific War Series: youtu.be/MEgIHN63ojU?list=PLaBYW76inbX4kE52CPUvx8gZ7CQyjweEg Modern Warfare series: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 or Paypal: 🤍 or by joining the youtube membership: 🤍youtube.com/channel/UCMmaBzfCCwZ2KqaBJjkj0fw/join Video: Leif Sick Script: Turgut Gambar. Narration: Officially Devin ✔ Merch store ► 🤍 ✔ Podcast ► 🤍 ✔ Twitter ► 🤍 ✔ Instagram ►🤍 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: 🤍 00:00 Introdution 01:25 Zaporizhia Front 03:39 Bridge strikes 04:12 Kherson front 05:44 Bakhmut front 06:32 North Luhansk front 07:28 Air/Naval strikes 08:55 Economic developments 09:31 Ukrainian ammunition production 10:06 Conscription corruption crackdown 10:29 Military/Financial aid 13:00 Opinionson Western military aid 14:39 Diplomatic activities 15:44 Russian reserves 16:30 Losses 18:23 Conclusion #Documentary #RussianInvasion #Ukraine #zaporizhia #russia
CNN's Melissa Bell reports from Ukraine, which is dealing with the effects of a fourth day of Russian drone strikes. CNN's Erin Burnett discusses with Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH), Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. #CNN #News
Insane: Russian soldier survives being shot in head by sniper | Ukraine war: Astonishing moment Russian soldier survives being shot in head by sniper. A video shows a Russian soldier behind a destroyed wall before a sniper shoots him in the head. The bullet ricochets off the Go-Pro camera on his helmet. #russia #russiaukraine #russiaukrainewar #ukraine #ukrainewar #ukrainerussia #dailymail Original Video: 🤍 Daily Mail Homepage: 🤍 Daily Mail Facebook: 🤍 Daily Mail IG: 🤍 Daily Mail Snap: 🤍 Daily Mail Twitter: 🤍 Daily Mail Pinterest: 🤍 Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: 🤍
Documentary on Russia's Ukraine Defenses. The first 10,000 people to use the link will get $100 Coupon Bundle FOR FREE: 🤍 Or manually search code "DKF6793" in Temu App 🔥 Save up to 90% off our picks 🎮 Nintendo Switch Oled (only $259 for new users): 🤍 🎖 Mini Minifigures Soldiers World War II ($6.59): 🤍 In this documentary we bring to life Russian Defenses in Ukraine with a 3D simulation in Unreal Engine. The purpose of this video is to give historical context and analysis for these modern fortifications for people to better understand what the Ukrainian Offensive is up against. We begin with a quick overview of the war in Ukraine and how the Russian Army came to form a defensive line. We then compare these fortifications to other major defensive projects from history. Broadly speaking this includes border fortresses such as the French Maginot Line of WW1 and Field Fortifications such as Erwin Rommel's Devils Garden of WW2. From these we determine that Russia's fortifications in the Ukraine War are more similar to the latter with several key points of overlap. Next we turn to the specifics of the Russian Defensive line. This begins with a high level overview of the Russian warfront before we zoom into the level of a specific section of the battlefield near Bakhmut. It is at this point that we simulate the Russian Defenses in 3D. Here we layout the the lines of defense which include minefields, anti-tank traps, infantry trenches, vehicle revetments, artillery positions and more. Suggested Reading and Sources: "Not Built for Purpose: The Russian Military's Ill-Fated Force Structure" by Michael Kofman and Robe Lee. War on the Rocks. 6/2/2022 🤍 "Defenses Carved Into the Earth" by Marco Hernandez and Josh Holder. The New York Times. 12/14/2022. 🤍 "How Russia has heavily fortified swathes of Ukraine" by Gerry Doyle, Vijdan Mohammad Kawoosa and Adolfo Arranz. Reuters. 4/27/2023. 🤍 "The Miles of Obstacles Slowing Ukraine's Counteroffensive" by Thomas Gibbons-Neff, Josh Holder, and Marco Hernandez. The New York Times 6/28/2023. 🤍 "Russian field fortifications in Ukraine" by Brady Africk 7/9/2023 🤍 "What Russians Left Behind in the Trenches" by Andrew E. Kramer. The New York Times. 7/11/2023 🤍 "Interactive Map" Institute for the Study of War. 🤍 Credits: Research = Will Mitchell Script = Will Mitchell and Invicta Narration = Invicta Production = Penta Timestamps 00:00 Intro 02:24 Context 04:00 Historical Examples 06:16 Field Fortifications 08:48 Russia's Defenses 10:53 Battlefield in 3D 11:58 Dragon's Teeth 13:10 Hedgehogs 13:34 Ditches 14:47 Minefields 15:34 Trenches 18:34 Vehicle Revetments 19:21 Overview #documentary #military #history
As Ukraine prepares to launch its much anticipated counteroffensive on Russian forces, satellite images and videos show how Moscow has been strengthening its defense lines. British intelligence says Russia has built some of the most extensive defenses anywhere in the world with their anti-tank ditches, Dragon’s teeth and trenches. WSJ looks at the effectiveness of the Russian defenses to understand what Ukrainian troops could face in their offensive. 0:00 Satellite images of defense 0:52 Digging defensive lines 1:27 Defensive lines, explained 2:38 Effectiveness of defense Russia-Ukraine Conflict WSJ’s latest news coverage around the 2022-2023 Russia-Ukraine conflict. #Ukraine #Russia #WSJ
Ukraine's military says it's consolidating the territory gained on the southern front lines and is now trying to punch through the next layer of Russian defenses. CNN's Melissa Bell has the story. #CNN #News
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Kyiv’s push to take back occupied land in eastern Ukraine hasn’t been easy. Despite some small gains, a large breakthrough has yet to occur, leaving some to wonder what else is needed. Chapters: 00:00 — Introduction 01:18 — Counteroffensive 04:12 — Western jets 08:56 — Cluster munitions 10:37 — What’s next? » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 #CNBC How U.S. Weapons Like F-16s Can Turn The Tide In Russia-Ukraine War
CNN’s Melissa Bell embeds with a Ukrainian crew of gunners as they attack Russian forces. #CNN #News
🌏 Get Exclusive NordVPN deal here ➡️ 🤍 It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! ✌️ In this comprehensive update on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, we delve into the latest developments on the battlefield. Over 18 months have passed since Putin's unprovoked invasion, and the situation remains highly dynamic. From Ukraine's determined push on the Zaporizhia front to the demise of the infamous Russian war hero Prigozhin, this video covers it all. Ukraine's strategic focus has shifted to Robotyne, a village of utmost significance due to its elevation and commanding view over occupied areas. We explore the intense battles and Ukraine's determination to achieve a decisive breakthrough. The Western media's perspective on the Ukrainian counteroffensive has evolved, with increased optimism about Ukraine's progress. Foreign military support for Ukraine has also been pouring in, including fighter jets, drones, and various aid packages. Meanwhile, we delve into Russia's response and its own military developments. The role of drones and cruise missiles in Russia's strategy is analyzed, along with internal unrest within the Russian elite. Casualty figures and losses on both sides are examined, providing a sobering look at the human cost of this protracted conflict. Stay informed about the latest updates in this ever-evolving conflict by subscribing to our channel. Your support through likes, comments, shares, and subscriptions makes a significant difference. Join our Patreon and YouTube members for exclusive content and access to our private discord. This is the Kings and Generals channel, and we'll see you in the next update. Pacific War Series: youtu.be/MEgIHN63ojU?list=PLaBYW76inbX4kE52CPUvx8gZ7CQyjweEg Modern Warfare series: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 or Paypal: 🤍 or by joining the youtube membership: 🤍youtube.com/channel/UCMmaBzfCCwZ2KqaBJjkj0fw/join Video: Leif Sick Script: Turgut Gambar. Narration: Officially Devin ✔ Merch store ► 🤍 ✔ Podcast ► 🤍 ✔ Twitter ► 🤍 ✔ Instagram ►🤍 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: 🤍clusion #Documentary #RussianInvasion #Ukraine #zaporizhia #russia #prigozhin
The Ukrainian military has liberated more than 54% of territory occupied by Russia, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said. #CNN #News
Sponsored by Ground News: Compare news coverage, spot media bias, avoid algorithms. Try Ground News today and get 30% off your subscription by going to 🤍 While the Ukrainian army has demonstrated that it's capable of fighting Russian forces on the ground, the air-war in Ukraine has always been far more asymmetric. In this episode we look at the changing nature of that war, including the emergence of behind-the-lines strikes, and the upcoming arrival of the much awaited F-16s for Ukraine's air force. Patreon: 🤍 Caveats & corrections: All normal caveats and cautions apply, including, as always, the nature of the content as entertainment and all the risks of error etc I also at one point refer to the 'fuel tank' of drones - note that many deployed drones will have metal batteries rather than fuel tanks I also refer to UA getting Block 20 MLU F-16s on one slide - see pin Sources & Reading: The Russian Way of War (Grau & Bartles) 🤍 Ian Williams - Russia's strike campaign in Ukraine 🤍 Ukraine sortie figures 🤍 🤍 Justin Bronk - Russian Combat AIr Strengths and Limitations: 🤍 Tu-22M strike 🤍 Ukraine getting creative to gain a free Mi-8 🤍 Russia reporting on the Novgorod drone strike 🤍 Russian reporting on Pskov strike 🤍 UA statement on a 'new long range weapon' 🤍 F-16 Announcement: Back in April 2022: 🤍 🤍 CSIS - Ian Williams - Russia isn't going to run out of missiles 🤍 Ships leaving Odesa port 🤍 Russia missile strike on Kyiv mentioned 🤍 Strike on Lviv (pictured) 🤍 F16 Now: 🤍 🤍 Russia drone production efforts 🤍 Kursk Airfield images: 🤍 🤍 Destruction of S-400 in Crimea claim 🤍 UA Drone strikes: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Reporting on the mentioned UA pilot loss incident 🤍 Reporting on Sypaq drones 🤍 Reporting on Russia strikes vs Su-24 🤍 🤍 Glide bomb employment: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00:00 — The Air War In Ukraine 00:01:21 — What Am I Talking About 00:03:09 — Background & Objectives 00:04:36 — Sabotage And Special Operations 00:17:26 — Long Range Strikes: Russia 00:33:55 — Long Range Strikes: Ukraine 00:40:34 — Ukraine In The Air - F16, ALCMS & Attrition 00:57:25 — Battlefield Aviation 01:07:32 — What Next? 01:09:35 — Conclusion 01:11:02 — Channel Update
Ukraine launched its most widespread drone attack yet deep inside Russia across at least six regions. WATCH FULL EPISODES OF WORLD NEWS TONIGHT: 🤍 WATCH WORLD NEWS TONIGHT ON HULU: 🤍 #abcnews #worldnewstonight #drone #russia #ukraine
Go to 🤍 to check out Armasights outstanding selection of devices. How did Ukrainian forces manage to pull off a complex and dangerous amphibious raid into the western part of the Crimean Peninsula? And how might it have paved the way for Ukraine’s major strike on the headquarters of Russia’s Black sea fleet in s evastopol? On August 24th a few hundred elite commandos arrived on shore via speed boats. They targeted the Russian Nebo-M and Kasta 2E2 Radar stations that monitor from Crimea to Kherson, detecting aircraft, drones and incoming missiles. Destruction of these radar assets are key to opening up a gap for future missile strikes here. I guess that’s one way to avoid all the Russian landmines, just motorboat your way around it. Written by: Chris Cappy & George Burden Edited by: Michael Michaelides Attacks inside Crimea have become a world wide debate recently. There were Recent reports that Elon Musk told his engineers to not turn on the Starlink satellite network over Crimea in order to prevent a Ukrainian planned attack on the Black Sea fleet stationed in Sevastopol in 2022. A solid GPS connection is often required by the guidance systems in precision missile systems. Complicating matters, US sanctions against Russia may have prevented Musk from turning the satellites on and he was never ordered by the US Government to do so. Musk said he feared a major attack here would make him complicit in a major act of war. Defenders of this action claim it avoided world war III meanwhile Ukraine on the other hand claims this allowed the Russian navy to continue to fire cruise missiles on their cities which killed innocent people. The recent amphibious assault and missile attacks on the black sea fleet on Crimean soil was previously unimaginable so what new conditions allowed for this strike? The action actually started the day prior on August 23rd when Ukraine destroyed a Russian S-400 air defense system in Crimea at the same exact area where special forces would land the very next day. Drone footage was released as evidence of the S-400 blown to pieces. To give you an idea of how valuable these are one battery of the export version costs around $500 million dollars. The attached Podlet K1 Radar allows it to detect and strike aircraft up to 400km at an altitude of around 30km. This weapon is seen as one of Moscow's most prized assets so its destruction leaves the Crimean air defense network weakened. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Task & Purpose is a military news and culture oriented channel. We want to foster discussion about the defense industry. Email capelluto🤍taskandpurpose.com for inquires. #UKRAINE #WAR #CRIMEA
Ukraine claims an attack on a base housing Russian supersonic bombers, the second apparent aerial attack on such a base in recent days. Meanwhile, CNN's chief international security correspondent Nick Paton Walsh reports on the personal tragedies of a fireman living on the front lines of the Ukrainian counteroffensive. #CNN #News
Russian soldier Ruslan Anitin was one of the last fighters alive in his unit on the front lines of Bakhmut after Ukrainian assault drones dropped lethal explosives on his comrades. Battlefield footage shows the frantic choices he made trying to survive. The soldier spoke to The Journal at a detention facility in the Kharkiv region on May 19. 0:00 Drone footage 1:43 Establishing communication 3:01 The note 6:14 The surrender Russia-Ukraine Conflict WSJ’s latest news coverage around the 2022-2023 Russia-Ukraine conflict. #Russia #Ukraine #WSJ
Purchase shares in great masterpieces from artists like Pablo Picasso, Banksy, Andy Warhol, and more: 🤍 Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Modern Warfare continues with a video explaining why we call the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the War in Ukraine unprovoked. We go through various Russian claims and debunk them, including biolabs, NATO expansion, Nazis in Ukraine, a claim that Russia is fighting an existential threat, the so-call Donbas genocide and more. Previously we have made a video on the 15 Events that Defined the War in Ukraine (🤍 and on the possible vectors of the upcoming Ukrainian counter-attack (🤍 Also, check out our biweekly reports on the military, political and economic events surrounding the war - 🤍 Pacific War Series: 🤍 Cold War channel: 🤍 Modern Warfare series: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 or Paypal: 🤍 or by joining the youtube membership: 🤍 Script: Turgut Gambar Video: Orkhan Julfa Narration: OffyD ✔ Merch store ► 🤍 ✔ Patreon ► 🤍 ✔ Podcast ► 🤍 ✔ PayPal ► 🤍 ✔ Twitter ► 🤍 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: 🤍 #Documentary #RussianInvasion #Ukraine 00:00 Intro 02:22 1. Why are we calling the war unprovoked? 05:28 2. Biolabs 08:00 3. NATO expansion 11:06 4. Neonazis 14:56 5. Russia is fighting an existential threat 17:25 6. Donbas genocide 22:04 Conclusion See important Reg A disclosures: 🤍 *“net returns” refers to the annualized internal rate of return net of all fees and costs, calculated from the offering closing date to the sale date. IRR may not be indicative of Masterworks paintings not yet sold and past performance is not indicative of future results.
Small, secret boat raids along the Dnipro river are playing an outsized role in Ukraine’s counteroffensive strategy – revealing cracks in Russia’s southern front and creating tough choices for Russian commanders. Slipping through Russian defenses here could allow Kyiv to cut off Russian supply routes and reach Crimea’s doorstep. 0:00 Secret Ukrainian River Raids 0:28 Importance of Dnipro River 1:18 How Ukrainians Execute River Raids 1:43 Penetrating the front line 2:27 Stretching out Russian forces Russia-Ukraine Conflict WSJ’s latest news coverage around the 2022-2023 Russia-Ukraine conflict. #Russia #Ukraine #WSJ
Ukraine is bracing for a long war. Can the country ensure that Western aid keeps flowing as the fight extends into 2024—and possibly beyond? 00:00 - How should Ukraine prepare for a future at war? 00:29 - A long war 01:46 - Drones open a front in Russia 03:53 - Attrition Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter: 🤍 Why is Vladimir Putin looking to North Korea for arms?: 🤍 How the Pentagon assesses Ukraine’s progress: 🤍 Tracking the Ukraine war: where is the latest fighting?: 🤍 How could FPV drones change warfare?: 🤍 How soon will Ukraine be able to use its F-16s?: 🤍 The jury is still out on Ukraine’s big push south: 🤍 The Ukrainian army commits new forces in a big southward push: 🤍 Why are Moscow’s air defences performing so badly?: 🤍 Ukraine’s sluggish counter-offensive is souring the public mood: 🤍 War is reshaping the Ukrainian state—for the better: 🤍 1843: Russia has taken thousands of Ukrainian kids. Some don’t want to go home: 🤍
Ukrainian drones cleared Russia from trenches near Robotyne. Kyiv’s men captured the town three weeks ago. And they are now trying to push further south. Drones identified a complex network of trenches and tunnels. Then used grenades to clear them of Russian troops. Footage shows explosives being dropped on the Russians. At least three are killed, while another is seriously hurt. A squad of Russians are shown fleeing their positions. It is thought the Ukrainians have since taken the trenches. Kyiv’s men have broken Russia’s first line of defences. And are now working their way through the second. Their goal is to reach Tokmak before winter arrives. Which would break a key rail line from Russia to Crimea. #dailymail #russia #ukraine Daily Mail Facebook: 🤍 Daily Mail IG: 🤍 Daily Mail Snap: 🤍 Daily Mail Twitter: 🤍 Daily Mail Pinterest: 🤍 Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: 🤍
Footage released by the 3rd Assault Brigade appears to show an intense attack by Ukrainian artillery forces against the retreating Russian soldiers. This footage has not been verified by The Sun. The Sun newspaper brings you the latest breaking news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍 #russia #ukraine #war
Ukraine is under attack. Follow Vox for the latest: 🤍 Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: 🤍 On February 24th, Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin called it a “special military operation,” but the scale of the attack shows this is a full-scale war that has already caused more than 100 casualties and forced more than half a million Ukrainians to flee their homes. Ukraine and Russia’s conflict goes back to 2014, when Russia invaded and annexed Crimea and Russian-backed separatist forces took over parts of southeastern Ukraine’s Donbas region. But to understand the full context behind the invasion, it’s important to go even farther back, to the time when Europe’s current-day divisions began, and see how that shaped Europe’s power balance today. To understand the current conflict’s history in less than 10 minutes, watch the video above. Further reading: For the latest on the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, read more from Vox: 🤍 Or listen to our podcasts that cover the history of the situation, pull in expert voices, and more: 🤍 For more information on the human impact this war is having on the ground, check out Human Rights Watch: 🤍 For the UN’s latest information on the displacement of Ukrainians click here: 🤍 For the latest on the situation on the ground you can check out the daily updates from the Institute for the Study of War: 🤍 And the International Crisis Group: 🤍 For a detailed look at Ukraine’s decision to pull out from the 2013 EU agreement, check this out: 🤍 To better understand the annexation of Crimea and what that meant for Ukraine, click here: 🤍 To understand Putin’s grip on power, we recommend this book: 🤍 Make sure you never miss behind the scenes content in the Vox Video newsletter, sign up here: 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍 Support Vox's reporting with a one-time or recurring contribution: 🤍 Shop the Vox merch store: 🤍 Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Vox on TikTok: 🤍
Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said on Telegram that a market and shops including a pharmacy had been hit by a missile in Kostyantynivka. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► 🤍 Zelenskiy condemned the deadly Russian attack and said those killed were "people who did nothing wrong". At least 16 people were killed, including a child, and many more were injured. Kostyantynivka, is a market town in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region which is near the front line, where fighting has been heavy for months. The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Sign up to the Guardian's free new daily newsletter, First Edition ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ►🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 The Guardian on YouTube: The Guardian ► 🤍 Guardian Australia ► 🤍 Guardian Football ► 🤍 Guardian Sport ► 🤍 Guardian Live ► 🤍 #Russia #Ukraine #Donetsk #News #Military
CNN's Fred Pleitgen breaks down new developments in Russia's war in Ukraine. CNN's Wolf Blitzer discusses with a panel of experts. #CNN #News
The Russia-Ukraine war has been marked by intense battles and strategic maneuvers, showcasing the capabilities and vulnerabilities of various military assets. Among the arsenal of Ukraine's armed forces stood the formidable Leopard-2 tank, renowned as one of the world's most advanced and powerful armored vehicles. However, as the conflict unfolded, the Leopard-2 faced unforeseen challenges and suffered significant defeats at the hands of Russian forces. Subscribe Now : 🤍
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Russia is the world’s second-largest arms exporter, but the war in Ukraine could change that as Moscow’s share of the global weapons trade declines. What else has impacted this important revenue stream for Vladimir Putin as well as hurt some of the Kremlin’s international influence? WSJ explains how sanctions since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 and invasion of Ukraine last year as well as domestic need for weapons hurt Russia’s arms exports. 0:00 Russia’s weapons display on Victory Day 1:01 How sanctions affect Russia’s exports 1:53 Russia’s domestic needs for weapons 3:07 Russia’s share of the global weapons trade Russia-Ukraine Conflict WSJ’s latest news coverage around the 2022-2023 Russia-Ukraine conflict. #Russia #Ukraine #WSJ
Video posted on Telegram by Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to Ukraine's minister of internal affairs, appears to show Russian infantry fleeing a Ukrainian counterattack near Bakhmut. The video was purportedly filmed on May 11, though CNN cannot independently verify the date. #CNN #News
A string of attacks – following an incursion on Belgorod by anti-Putin Russians who had been fighting alongside the Ukrainian military – mark a new turn in a conflict that is increasingly coming home to Russian people, 15 months after Moscow launched its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. CNN’s Sam Kiley reports. #CNN #News
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A group of Ukrainian soldiers appear to ambush a Russian truck as it travels along a road somewhere around the front lines. No further details have been revealed about the incident. #russia #ukraine #war Subscribe to The Telegraph with our special offer: just £1 for 3 months. Start your free trial now: 🤍 Get the latest headlines: 🤍 Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
The M1 Abrams tank is one of the most powerful ground weapons in the U.S. arsenal, but it poses some serious challenges for the Ukrainian army in their fight against Russian forces. As the Russia-Ukraine War carries on, Ukraine is in need of more military support from Western nations for their counteroffensive. WSJ explores how the tank’s complicated technology and turbine engine could be a big issue for Ukrainian forces, and why President Biden felt pressured to send them. 0:00 M1 Abrams’ features 0:51 Complicated tech and repairs 3:05 Logistics issues for refueling 5:10 Ukrainian supply chains 5:54 Why the U.S. sent tanks Russia-Ukraine Conflict WSJ’s latest news coverage around the 2022-2023 Russia-Ukraine conflict. #Ukraine #Abrams #WSJ
Emergency crews have been battling flames after a Russian drone barrage against port infrastructure in Ukraine's Odesa region. Sky's Military Analyst Sean Bell assesses the significance of these latest attacks. Ukraine war latest: 🤍 #ukraine #russia #skynews SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on TikTok: 🤍 For more content go to 🤍 and download our apps: Apple 🤍 Android 🤍 Sky News Daily podcast is available for free here: 🤍 Sky News videos are now available in Spanish here/Los video de Sky News están disponibles en español aquí: 🤍 To enquire about licensing Sky News content, you can find more information here: 🤍
CNN's Melissa Bell joins a Ukrainian reconnaissance mission where the team is flying a drone deep into Russian-held territory in search for a Russian air-defense system. #CNN #News
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🔥 BREAKING NEWS: This video provides a detailed update on the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia, focusing on recent advancements and strategic shifts. Discover the latest developments in the southern front, where Ukrainian forces have made significant gains, disrupting Russian supply lines and weakening their air defenses. 💥 Key Highlights: Ukrainian Forces Advance: Witness how Ukrainian forces are gaining ground on the southern front, pushing through Russian lines and making substantial progress towards their goals. Disruption of Russian Supply Lines: Learn how Ukraine's strategic use of cruise missiles has disrupted Russian supply lines, particularly the logistics bridges between Crimea and Kirsan. Russian Air Defenses Disabled: Explore how Ukrainian military operations successfully neutralized Russian air defense installations, allowing for further advances and strikes against Russian naval assets. 🔍 Expert Analysis: Our experts provide in-depth analysis of the military strategies, achievements, and potential implications of these recent events. Understand the evolving dynamics and what it means for the future of the conflict. 🌐 Global Significance: This conflict is of global concern, and we delve into its wider implications, discussing potential impacts on international relations and strategies. 🔔 Stay Informed: Subscribe to our channel and hit the notification bell to stay updated on this evolving story. Like and share this video to spread awareness about the situation. 🤝 Join the Conversation: We encourage respectful and constructive discussion in the comments section. Share your thoughts and opinions on this ongoing conflict. 🌟 Support Our Channel: If you appreciate our coverage, consider supporting us by becoming a patron or using the provided affiliate links. 👉 Follow Us on Social Media: Stay connected with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for real-time updates and behind-the-scenes content. 🙏 Thank You: Thank you for choosing our channel as your source for reliable and insightful news. We're dedicated to keeping you informed about the world's most important events. #Ukraine #Russia #MilitaryConflict #Geopolitics #BreakingNews #GlobalImpact
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