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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....

France to provide artillery, air defense package to Ukraine (kyivindependent.com)

France will provide Ukraine with a defense package that includes artillery shells and Caesar howitzers, as well as reinforced air defense systems, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced at a press conference alongside French President Emmanuel Macron on Feb. 16....

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....

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....

Stories of love and loss in the shadow of Ukraine’s war (www.washingtonpost.com)

Since Russia’s invasion began, Ukrainian lives have been transformed — by violence, by loss and by the fight for a free land. The story of conflict is often told in battles and the cold numbers of the dead, in anecdotes of horror and lists of weapons. These photos attempt to pay homage to the personal fabric that weaves this...

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....

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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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I can't find a complete list, but McCue lists some examples here. These newly-federated magazines are apparently curated by the original 25 publishers in their initial test of federation. You can find the list of those publishers here. You should be able to find the magazines by searching for the publishers on Mastodon. Euronews' Russia-Ukraine crisis magazine, for example, is:

I was able to follow all the publishers I tried. I also followed a few of the new magazines. Seems to work!

Pakistan: coalition agrees to form government and shut out Imran Khan’s party (www.theguardian.com)

A coalition including the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PLM-N) and the Pakistan People’s party (PPP) have agreed to form the next government of Pakistan, ensuring that the party of former prime minister Imran Khan will not take power despite getting the most votes in the election....

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MBFC for Times of India. Although this story is actually from AFP.

Biden joins international calls for Israel to halt Rafah offensive (www.theguardian.com)

Joe Biden has added his voice to growing international calls for Israel to drop plans for an all-out military assault on the city of Rafah, in southern Gaza, after a ferocious hostage rescue operation that killed dozens of Palestinians....

Ukrainian writer Andrey Kurkov: ‘I felt guilty writing fiction in a time of war’ (www.theguardian.com)

The Ukrainian novelist Andrey Kurkov was having dinner with friends at his home in Kyiv on the evening of 23 February 2022, the day before Russia launched its full-scale invasion. Within hours he was advised that his name probably featured on a Russian list targeting prominent Ukrainian figures for arrest, or worse, and he...

Israeli Analysts Say Rafah Invasion Is Unlikely to Be Imminent (www.nytimes.com)

Israeli leaders have framed an invasion of the southern Gaza city of Rafah as an imperative to achieve its goal of eliminating Hamas. But it’s a strategy that is fraught with complexity and is generating criticism over the potentially catastrophic impact such an operation would have on the more than 1 million Gazans sheltering...

Biden warns Netanyahu against Rafah operation without ‘credible’ safety plan (www.theguardian.com)

In a call Sunday with Benjamin Netanyahu, Joe Biden told the Israeli prime minister that Israel should not launch a military operation in Rafah “without a credible and executable plan for ensuring the safety of and support for the more than one million people sheltering there”....

U.N. Agency in Gaza Fought Hamas Infiltration; Not Hard Enough, Israel Says (www.nytimes.com)

Current and former UNRWA officials say that the agency has long taken seriously and investigated accusations of infiltration by Hamas, which seized power in Gaza in 2007. The agency has variously responded to tips from Israel, the United States and its own networks. It was the kind of challenge, they said, that all aid groups...

Gazans surviving off animal feed and rice as food dwindles (www.bbc.co.uk)

People living in the isolated north of Gaza have told the BBC that children are going without food for days, as aid convoys are increasingly denied permits to enter. Some residents have resorted to grinding animal feed into flour to survive, but even stocks of those grains are now dwindling, they say....

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