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RUSSIA UKRAINE WAR

Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 14, 2022
More Ukraine-Russia talks scheduled as attack brings war close to NATO's border
Diplomatic efforts to end the war in Ukraine were stepping up, with Ukrainian and Russian negotiators set to talk again after both sides cited progress, even as fighting raged elsewhere.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC
Mar 14, 2022
Russia asked China for military and economic aid for Ukraine war, U.S. officials say
Moscow was eyeing help from Beijing to help counteract the battering its economy has taken from broad sanctions imposed by the U.S., European and Asian nations.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy
Mar 14, 2022
World’s central banks set policy for economies shaken by the war
Global central banks this week will offer the biggest collective assessment of a changed world since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 14, 2022
Ukraine war ushers in ‘new era’ for U.S. abroad
The Russian invasion has bonded America to Europe more tightly than at any time since the Cold War and deepened U.S. ties with Asian allies.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 14, 2022
‘Things will only get worse.’ Putin’s war sends Russians into exile.
Tens of thousands of Russians have fled to Istanbul since Russia invaded Ukraine last month — outraged about what they see as a criminal war.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 14, 2022
Ukraine now using Clearview AI’s facial recognition technology during war
Ukraine is receiving free access to Clearview AI's powerful search engine for faces, letting authorities potentially vet people of interest at checkpoints, among other uses.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 13, 2022
U.S. to send arms to Ukraine as Russia intensifies campaign of destruction
The White House announced it was sending an additional $200 million in arms and equipment to help Ukraine, defying Moscow.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 13, 2022
The Russians might have expected a warm welcome. Instead the mayor labeled them ‘occupiers.’
On Friday evening, invading Russian soldiers threw a bag over the mayor of Melitopol's head and dragged him from his government office.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies / FOCUS
Mar 13, 2022
Business exodus from Russia has limited impact on Japanese economy
Major Japanese manufacturers have added their names to the ever growing list of businesses halting operations in Russia.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics
Mar 13, 2022
Kishida calls for unity at LDP convention in preparation for upcoming elections
Kishida underscored the importance of the LDP's coalition with its junior partner Komeito, dismissing an emerging view that their relationship has soured.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Mar 13, 2022
Japan’s titanium suppliers eye plane-maker exit from Russia
The war in Ukraine will likely prompt Boeing Co. and Airbus SE to review their long-term procurement and look for alternative sources to Russian titanium.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Mar 12, 2022
Kishida hints at more sanctions on Russia over Ukraine invasion
Kishida also said the mayors of two hard-hit cities in the 3/11 disasters — Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, and Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture — offered to host refugees from Ukraine.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 12, 2022
Ukraine’s wave of refugees puts European solidarity under strain
The number of refugees escaping Ukraine — the vast majority arriving in Eastern Europe — could climb to 4 million in a matter of days, according to officials close to the situation.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics
Mar 12, 2022
In veiled criticism of China, Abe urges unity against attempts to alter status quo
During a visit to Malaysia, former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in a speech that Russia's aggression in Ukraine poses a 'serious threat' to the international order.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 12, 2022
Over Ukraine, lumbering Turkish-made drones are an ominous sign for Russia
More than two weeks into the conflict, Ukraine's drones — Turkish-made Bayraktar TB2 models that buzz along at about half the speed of a Cessna — are still flying.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 12, 2022
Theory about U.S.-funded bioweapons labs in Ukraine is unfounded
Prominent conservative voices have mischaracterized remarks from American officials to amplify baseless claims promoted by Russian state media.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Mar 12, 2022
Crisis drives Japan publishers to reprint books on Ukraine and Russia
Japanese publishing companies are increasingly reprinting books as well as giving free online access to manga on Ukraine and Russia amid heightened interest.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Mar 12, 2022
Japan and U.S. to boost deterrence capabilities after North Korean missile tests
Senior foreign and defense officials from the two countries discussed other major security challenges, including Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / FOCUS
Mar 12, 2022
A new world energy order is emerging from Putin’s war on Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine is forcing governments worldwide to digest the geopolitical consequences of war pursued by an energy superpower.
Japan Times
WORLD
Mar 12, 2022
Kharkiv nuclear facility safe but war poses big risks, institute director says
The head of the research facility says that its grounds had been struck by Russian shells during recent fighting, but the core housing nuclear fuel remains intact.

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