GlobalSecurity Newsletter May 28, 2022



 

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LATEST NEWSMay 28, 2022

Russo-Ukraine War - 27 May 2022 - Day 93

The US administration has decided to transfer multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) to Ukraine, The New York Times reported, citing sources in the White House. Presumably, these are M31 GMLRS (Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System) installations, the range of which is from 70 to 500 km, depending on the projectiles used. Such installations can launch guided missiles, the flight of ...

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US Talking With Ukraine About Delivering More Powerful Rocket Launchers

U.S. military officials acknowledge they have spoken to Ukrainian officials repeatedly about Kyiv's requests for newer, more advanced weapons that could help stave off Russian gains in the Donbas but refuse to say publicly whether those systems will be delivered anytime soon. ...

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Battles In Ukraine's East 'Very Difficult;' Governor Says Troops May Have To Retreat To Defend Themselves

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy called the current situation in the Donbas region "very difficult" as Russian forces and Moscow-backed separatists attacked the last Ukrainian strongholds in the eastern Luhansk region. ...

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Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Loyal To Russia Since 2019 Schism, Now Cuts Ties Over War

The leaders of Orthodox churches in Ukraine that have been affiliated with the Russian Orthodox Church on May 27 adopted measures to sever ties with Russia over its invasion of Ukraine in a significant move against the Russian Orthodox Church and its spiritual leader. ...

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Treasury Sanctions Individual, Banks, and Trading Company for Supporting North Korea's WMD and Ballistic Missile Programs

The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned one individual, two banks, and a trading company for their support to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and ballistic missile programs and to the U.S.-designated DPRK national airline. ...

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Iran's IRGC seizes 2 Greek oil tankers in Persian Gulf over violations

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) on Friday seized two Greek oil tankers in the Persian Gulf over violations, days after an Iranian oil tanker was captured by Greece in its territorial waters followed by transfer of the oil to the US. ...

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Cameroon, Gabon Agree to Better Demarcate Border, Stop Conflict

Officials from Gabon and Cameroon have agreed to retrace their nearly 300-kilometer border and to stop frequent clashes between border communities. At a meeting in Cameroon's capital Thursday night, the two sides also agreed to jointly deploy their militaries to stop arms trafficking across the border. ...

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China, Australia vie for influence, as Beijing touts vision for the Pacific

As China launched a high-level diplomatic mission to build its influence in the Pacific islands, Australia's new government responded with one of its own, promising to bring "more energy and resources" to the remote region. ...

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