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By Vanessa Gera, Associated Press
As the war in Ukraine enters its 10th month and snow falls in the country's capital, Russia continues to target civilian infrastructure and the electrical grid. Reporting from Kyiv, NPR national security correspondent Greg Myre joins Geoff Bennett for more…
The missile that landed in Poland and killed two people sparked emergency meetings of NATO and the world’s leading democracies. But initial findings suggest it was an errant Ukrainian air defense missile and not a Russian missile. Top U.S. officials…
State Department Principal Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel held a press briefing Wednesday afternoon, a day after possible Ukrainian missiles landed in Poland, killing two people.
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At the Pentagon, Austin said the U.S. has confidence in Poland's early assessment, but wants to let the investigation "play out." He also said that Russia bears responsibility for the incident because of its invasion of neighboring Ukraine.
By Vasilisa Stepanenko, Associated Press
“Ukraine’s defense was launching their missiles in various directions and it is highly probable that one of these missiles unfortunately fell on Polish territory," said Polish President Andrzej Duda.
By Seung Min Kim, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
But the president pledged support for Poland's investigation into what it had called a “Russian-made” missile.
President Joe Biden called an "emergency" meeting of G7 and NATO leaders in Indonesia Wednesday morning for consultations after NATO-ally Poland said a "Russian-made" missile killed two people in the eastern part of its country near the Ukraine border.
In our news wrap Tuesday, the University of Virginia football coach honored three players who were shot and killed over the weekend, FBI Director Christopher Wrap sounded a warning that the Chinese-owned app TikTok poses serious national security risks and…
By John Leicester, James Laporta, Associated Press
The Polish Foreign Ministry said it had “demanded immediate detailed explanations” from the Russian ambassador.
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