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Past articles by Sinéad:

Rubio warned politicians against going after companies for 'political purposes' after Disney sued DeSantis

Sen. Marco Rubio said he doesn't "have a problem with taking on Disney," but worries businesses may fear they could become political targets. → Read More

Finland joins NATO, creating a new geopolitical nightmare for Putin, one that he sparked himself

Russia said he attacked Ukraine to stop NATO expanding eastwards. But his invasion prompted Russia's own neighbor to join the alliance. → Read More

Trump's Secret Service agents would accompany him if he went to jail, says retired US judge

Trump is expected to appear in Manhattan court on Tuesday after he was indicted following an investigation into a hush-money payment. → Read More

Biden's trip to Kyiv shows Putin that 'no one is afraid' of him, Ukraine's foreign minister says

President Joe Biden arrived in Kyiv and met with Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday, saying that Putin had underestimated Ukraine and its allies. → Read More

Russia could resort to nuclear weapons if it loses in Ukraine, says former Russian president

Dmitry Medvedev made the statement one day before Western leaders meet to discuss giving more military support to Ukraine. → Read More

Zelenskyy said he's not sure Putin is still alive, as he seems absent from decision-making

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy questioned whether Putin was still alive as he described how confusing Russian decision-making appears to be. → Read More

Zelenskyy says that the invasion of Ukraine would stop if Putin suddenly dies

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy told David Letterman "There would be no war" if Putin was gone. → Read More

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is named 'Person of the Year' by Time Magazine

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has guided his nation though Russia's invasion, staying in the country throughout the war. → Read More

Georgia's Republican lieutenant governor says he couldn't bring himself to vote for Herschel Walker

Republican Herschel Walker or Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock are facing off in the Georgia runoff to determine the control of the Senate. → Read More

China's cities are running out of money to pay huge COVID lockdown bills, report says

China's local governments are spending much more than they are taking in, CNN reported, as they conduct mass testing and lockdowns. → Read More

Iran threatened families of its World Cup team after players refused to sing the national anthem, report says

Iran's team didn't sing the anthem at their first World Cup game. A source told CNN their families were threatened before the second game. → Read More

China's state TV is editing out close-ups of unmasked people at the World Cup, as its strict COVID rules spark mass protests

Rare mass protests have started in China over its strict, zero-COVID policy after 10 people died in an apartment fire. → Read More

US sports writer says he was detained in Qatar for wearing rainbow shirt to World Cup game

Grant Wahl said guards would not let him in to the stadium over the t-shirt, which they told him to remove and called "political." → Read More

Trump trolls DeSantis, sharing old video showing his fawning Trump support as the two emerge as rivals for 2024

Trump shared a 2018 DeSantis video that shows the Florida governor reading Trump's book, "The Art of the Deal," to one of his children. → Read More

Biden hopes Putin will be more open to negotiating Brittney Griner's release now midterms are over

Brittney Griner was arrested in Russia in February and charged with drug smuggling. Russia has rejected her appeal to a nine-year prison sentence. → Read More

Russia denied using Iranian suicide drones to attack Ukraine, even though there are pictures of it

US and UK assessments are that Russia is using Iran-made Shahed-136 drones, and the distinctive shape of the drones was photographed above Kyiv. → Read More

After Years of Being Ignored, the Countries That Know Putin's Russia the Best Have Been Proved Totally Right

Russia's Baltic neighbors describe the grim experience of being right about Putin and the invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

Russia fined a Crimea beauty queen for singing a patriotic Ukrainian song on social media

Miss Crimea 2022 sang a song that encourages Ukraine to 'rise up.' Police investigated when the video was put on social media. → Read More

Ukraine said it retook more eastern territory — leaving Russia with less control over the regions it is trying to annex

Russia said it is annexing four Ukrainian regions — Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, and Luhansk — in a move the West said it would not recognize. → Read More

Russia says it will formally annex 4 Ukrainian regions on Friday, Putin to hold grandstand ceremony

A Kremlin spokesman said Russia would hold a signing ceremony on Friday afternoon. President Vladimir Putin is due to make a "substantial speech." → Read More