Former Russian president mentions nuclear threat again

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Von der Leyen sets out �120bn energy windfall plan and says Ukraine may join single market. Wave of optimism and excitement across Ukraine as Russian Army suffers defeat after defeat in dozens of villages. Ukraine reports major gains in counteroffensive against Russia. Solicitors watchdog to crack down on SLAPP lawsuits, SRA chief says. Boris Johnson makes surprise Kyiv visit on Ukraine independence day.
Published 3 months ago · Ukraine

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Penny Wong condemns Russian president Vladimir Putin's nuclear threat to Ukraine – video

Australia's foreign minister responds following Russia's heightened military response

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Poland President Andrzej Duda on Russia's war in Ukraine, Putin's nuclear threats

Ukraine's largest neighbor on its western border is Poland, a NATO and European Union member that has its own long and violent history with Russia. Judy Woodruff sat down in New York with Poland's president, Andrzej Duda, as Vladimir Putin looks to accelerate the war and makes overt threats of nuclear weaponry.

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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Former Russian president mentions nuclear threat again

The former president of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, said on Wednesday on Telegram that strategic nuclear weapons could be used to preserve territories annexed by Russia.

2 months ago
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Live: Former President Medvedev says Moscow may use tactical nuclear weapons, Russians run out of flights to leave the country

The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, said that there is an intention to affect Russian technological sectors and to increase the list of people covered by the sanctions. Jens Stoltenberg accuses the Russian President of using “dangerous nuclear rhetoric”. Russian security forces arrested more than a thousand people in the national protests called by a pacifist movement against the partial mobilization of reservists. “There is only one …

2 months ago·Portugal
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Former Russian president reinforces Putin's speech when he says that country can use nuclear weapons in Ukraine

Dmitry Medvedev also said that separatist referendums on Ukrainian territory will take place and that “there is no going back”

3 months ago·Brazil
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Guerre en Ukraine: l’ancien président russe Dmitri Medvedev se dit prêt à recourir aux armes nucléaires

Allié de Vladimir Poutine, l’ancien président Dmitri Medvedev, aujourd’hui vice-président du Conseil de sécurité russe, a annoncé sur Telegram la possibilité d’utiliser des armes nucléaires pour défendre le territoire annexé.

2 months ago
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