Morning brief: UK claims over Russia-Ukraine crisis, German navy chief resigns and more, World News
Here are some of the best stories to start your day: The British government claimed that Russia was seeking to replace the Ukrainian government with a pro-Moscow administration. Also read a report on the German navy chief’s departure after his comments in New Delhi.
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Russia seeks to replace Ukrainian government with pro-Moscow administration, UK says
Tensions between Ukraine and Russia continue to rise unabated. Now the British government has claimed that Russia is seeking to replace the Ukrainian government with a pro-Moscow administration.
German navy chief resigns after comments in New Delhi on Putin and Ukraine
German Navy Chief VAdm Kay-Achim Schönbach resigned on Saturday after remarks in New Delhi calling for a rapprochement with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine not being able to join NATO.
Former Trump campaign adviser Boris Epshteyn was ‘part of the process’ of ‘substitute voters’ plot
Boris Epshteyn, who was a strategic adviser to former US President Donald Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign, has acknowledged playing a role in efforts to legitimize suspected pro-Trump voters.
Chinese provincial officials faked last year’s flood toll, central government says
In another example of a lack of transparency in China, officials in the Chinese province faked the death toll in a devastating flood last year, the country’s central government said.
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