IAEA head Rafael Grossi met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as a part of his efforts to establish a safety zone around the plant, and Russian missiles struck the nearby city of Zaporizhzhia, killing one.Continua a leggere su "Wall Street Journal"
The move came just hours after the European Union united behind the figure, as Western nations try to curb Moscow’s ability to wage war in Ukraine by squeezing Russia’s oil revenues while keeping global supplies steady....02/12/2022 18:51 Wall Street Journal
Ukraine’s government moved to curb the activities of the Orthodox Christian denomination historically linked to Moscow, aiming to cut off the most important remaining source of Russian cultural and religious influence in the country....02/12/2022 18:08 Wall Street Journal
Ukrainian residents remain disconnected from the electricity grid in most regions of the country, with the worst outages in Kyiv, Odessa and several regions in western Ukraine....01/12/2022 15:25 Wall Street Journal
The vessels shipped thousands of tons of stolen Ukrainian grain to global buyers, using a sophisticated system of feeder vessels and floating cranes, according to an investigation by The Wall Street Journal....01/12/2022 05:30 Wall Street Journal
The contingency plan would cut power to some customers during peak hours, as the country struggles to repair nuclear reactors and Western Europe grapples with a drop in natural-gas deliveries from Russia....30/11/2022 15:10 Wall Street Journal
French President Macron’s visit to the U.S. is likely to focus on trade and geopolitical concerns, as European officials have started to express frustration at their increasing reliance on the U.S. for security and economic stability....29/11/2022 14:17 Wall Street Journal