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Polish, Ukrainian governments should meet at border, Zelensky says (kyivindependent.com)

The Polish government, including Prime Minister Donald Tusk, should come to the border with Ukraine to meet its Ukrainian counterparts and solve the ongoing blockade led by Polish farmers, President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video message on Feb. 21....

Hundreds of Ukrainian Troops Feared Captured or Missing in Chaotic Retreat (www.nytimes.com)

Hundreds of Ukrainian troops may have been captured by advancing Russian units or disappeared during Ukraine’s chaotic retreat from the eastern city of Avdiivka, according to senior Western officials and soldiers fighting for Ukraine, a devastating loss that could deal a blow to already weakening morale....

Israel says it will launch Rafah assault if hostages not freed by Ramadan (www.theguardian.com)

A member of Israel’s war cabinet has said the country will launch its threatened ground offensive against Rafah, the last place of relative safety in Gaza, if Hamas does not release its remaining Israeli hostages by the beginning of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan in just under three weeks....

Kremlin runs disinformation campaign to undermine Zelensky, documents show (www.washingtonpost.com)

When news first emerged last month that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was preparing to fire his top military commander, Gen. Valery Zaluzhny, officials in Moscow seemed jubilant. They had been trying to orchestrate just such a split for many months, documents show....

[Ukrainian] Intelligence chief determines who was behind poisoning, promises retaliation in Russia (kyivindependent.com)

Ukrainian military intelligence chief, Kyrylo Budanov, told journalists from the French news outlet Liberation that he was able to determine who was responsible for his wife’s poisoning and promised “retaliatory actions on Russian territory.”...

Israel Says It Will Not Force Gazans Into Egypt, as It Searches Major Hospital (www.nytimes.com)

Israel said on Friday that it would not try to force Palestinians from southern Gaza into Egypt, seeking to calm Palestinian fears of a mass displacement even as Israeli forces pressed ahead with a military operation inside the largest hospital in the area....

Israel Was Behind Attacks on Major Gas Pipelines in Iran, Officials Say (www.nytimes.com)

Israel carried out covert attacks on two major natural gas pipelines inside Iran this week, disrupting the flow of heat and cooking gas to provinces with millions of people, according to two Western officials and a military strategist affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps....

At least 11 injured, homes, infrastructure damaged in morning Russian missile attack on Ukraine (kyivindependent.com)

Russia launched another mass missile attack against multiple Ukrainian regions in the early hours of Feb. 15, injuring at least 11 people as well as damaging homes and civilian infrastructure, regional officials reported....

European coalition agrees to aid Ukraine's IT, cybersecurity defense capabilities (kyivindependent.com)

The IT Coalition for Ukraine, comprising 10 European nations, has signed a cooperation agreement to bolster Ukraine’s defense capabilities in information technology, communications, and cybersecurity, Ukraine’s Defense Ministry announced on Feb. 14....

Senate Looks to Quickly Reject Mayorkas Impeachment Charges in Speedy Trial (www.nytimes.com)

Senate leaders plan to move quickly this month to reject the articles of impeachment against Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the homeland security secretary, setting up a speedy trial in hopes of preventing House Republicans from turning the chamber into a political spectacle....

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No he didn’t. Ben-Gvir is not the defense minister. He has nothing to do with the IDF and isn’t in the war cabinet.

Netanyahu vows to press ahead with Rafah offensive as ceasefire talks continue (www.theguardian.com)

Negotiations involving multiple countries and high-level delegations on a Gaza ceasefire deal have entered a second day in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, as mediators struggle to make progress in the face of a threatened Israeli offensive on Rafah, the Palestinian territory’s last place of relative safety....

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