Here’s your weekly selection of highlights from the Round-Up broadcast:
–Russian forces in Ukraine have seized Europe’s largest nuclear power plant.
–Russian troops are allegedly laying down explosives near nuclear plants to blackmail the continent of Europe.
–Russia has devised plans to stage public executions in cities it conquers to cut down on the morale of Ukrainians.
–More than 1 million people have fled Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion.
–Former President Trump called the Ukraine situation a holocaust and that the escalation has grown because President Biden and the U.S. are no longer respected.
–Ukraine says a group of Chechen jihadis sent to kill Ukraine President Zelensky have been killed after their plot was foiled.
–Senator Lindsey Graham has called for the assassination of Vladimir Putin.
–A one million dollar bounty has been placed on Vladimir Putin by a Russian businessman.
–China said it would not consider sanctioning Russia for the invasion of Ukraine.
–The Biden administration is asking Congress for 32.5 billion dollars to assist Ukraine.
–The Biden administration announced its granting protection from deportation to Ukrainian nationals already in the U.S. after calls to do so from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
–Direct TV is dropping Russian state media outlet RT America from its programming lineup.
–Germany has snatched a 600 million dollar yacht from a Russian oligarch.
–Cyber war has been declared on the U.S., with Russia using preliminary but increasing steps in the campaign to cripple the nation’s banking systems.
–While Russia is ravaging Ukraine, the U.S. Army is putting its soldiers through gender pronoun training as well as coaching officers on when to offer soldiers gender transition surgery.