Day: April 1, 2022

The war in Ukraine fuels fear among Russian youth of the draft age

With Moscow’s forces trapped in Ukraine, many young Russians of the draft age are increasingly concerned about the possibility of sending them to war. These fears are particularly sharpened by the joining of an annual spring that begins on Friday and aims to round up 134,500 men for a one-year military duty tour. Defense Minister

Two South Korean Air Force planes collided and crashed, killing 3 people

Two South Korean Air Force planes collided in mid-air during training and crashed into a mountain in the southeastern city of Sachion, killing three and injuring one, emergency officials said. By Kim Tong-Hyung and Hyung-Jin Kim Associated Press April 1, 2022, 6:23 AM A Read 2 minutes Share FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article SEOUL, South

African refugees see racism in welcoming Ukrainians

Wilfred Tebah does not call on the United States to provide quick humanitarian protection to Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s devastating invasion of their homeland. But the 27-year-old, who fled Cameroon during the ongoing conflict, can’t help but wonder what would happen if the millions of people fleeing the Eastern European country were of a different color.

Michigan Governor Whitmar’s abduction plot ends next argument

The jury will hear the final arguments Friday in the trial of four people accused of plotting to assassinate Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. By Eddie White Associated Press April 1, 2022, 4:21 AM A 4 minutes reading Share FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article The jury will hear the final arguments Friday in the trial of

A California First: Women sign the state law bill

For the first time in history, a woman has signed a bill in the state of California By Adam Beam Associated Press April 1, 2022, 1:01 AM A 4 minutes reading Share FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article Sacramento, California – For the first time in California’s 171-year history, a woman signed a bill into state

Reporter’s notebook: Travel along the southern border of Ukraine

Our team spent five days exploring the southern border of Ukraine. We have traveled more than 650 miles through large open, vacant lands and small towns in Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova, countries that have welcomed more than 1 million people fleeing the war. Along the way, we’ve found countless individual stories of panic, perseverance

Ukrainians hunt down Russians as they leave Kyiv: Pentagon Update 36

The Pentagon is providing daily updates on Ukraine’s efforts to counter and invade Russia. Here are the highlights of what a senior U.S. defense official told reporters Wednesday, July 36: The Russians are being hunted down as they withdraw from the Kyiv region The United States has seen about 20% of Russian troops stationed against