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Updated January 19, 2023 - 8:42 PM EST
US Warms to Helping Ukraine Target Crimea
  Hundreds of Foreign Fighters Killed in Ukraine, Thousands Still There
  Ukraine Helicopter Crash Kills Interior Minister, Others
Zelensky Tells West to Speed Up Arms Deliveries
  NATO Chief Calls for 'Significant Increase' in Military Aid for Ukraine
  Berlin Will Allow Export of Leopard 2 if US Sends Its Tanks
Turkish FM Says US Should Approve F-16 Deal
US, China Vow to Increase Communication to Avoid Conflict
Israeli Court Disqualifies Senior Minister, Govt in Chaos
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