Moscow on the warpath: Updates on major developments in Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine
6:07 pm, February 25, 2022
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Recent major events as of 2 a.m., Moscow time (6 p.m., New York time)
Anti-war protests in Russia: Police arrested more than 400 anti-war demonstrators at protests across Russia on Friday.
Negotiations with Kyiv: Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says Ukrainian officials are taking a break from preparations for negotiations. The Putin administration previously reported that Kyiv and Moscow were ready to begin a dialogue to reach a ceasefire.
International event cancelations: Russia has been booted from the Eurovision Song Contest; the UEFA Champions League soccer competition has been moved from St. Petersburg to Paris, and the 2022 Russian Grand Prix in Sochi has been canceled.
Airspace closures: Russia has closed its airspace to British, Czech, and Polish aircraft, Poland and the Czech Republic have banned Russian flights, and the UK has banned Aeroflot from Great Britain.
Putin targeted directly: Great Britain and the European Union have imposed personal sanctions on President Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The United States says it will do the same. The Battle of Hostomel Airport: Russias Defense Ministry says it has captured Hostomel Airport just outside Kyiv. Moscow claims that the battle resulted in the deaths of more than 200 Ukrainian soldiers and more than 150 allegedly surrendered.
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They really don't have much in the way of holdings here, but it will prevent them from moving any into the country
They will never win. Despots never seem to get that simple truth.
somebody accidentally dropped explosives along Nord Stream 2 right up to the Russian border.
And they blamed it on Burushaski separatists who took a wrong turn in northern south Asia and who thought they were bombing Genghiz Khan in an odd temporal paradox.