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Russian strikes kill 18 in Dnipro | UK to provide Challenger 2 battle tanks to Ukraine | Schools in Pomerania begin winter break | Poland loses to Slovenia in second handball match | Maliszewska defends speed-skating silver in Gdańsk | Kwiatkowski takes gold in Swiss snowboarding competition | Polish ski jumpers finish second in Zakopane

Russia launched a major missile attack on Ukraine yesterday, killing at least 18 people and damaging critical infrastructure across the country.

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Polish president hosts New Year meeting with foreign ambassadors | US Navy veteran released by Russia at Polish border | Polish president appoints new foreign policy aide | European Short Track Ice Skating Championship comes to Gdańsk this weekend

The Polish President, Andrzej Duda, has hosted a New Year meeting with foreign ambassadors at the Presidential Palace. During the meeting he made a speech in which he stated that „Russia’s barbaric aggression against Ukraine has forced the world to redefine existing

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Missiles strike power plants in occupied Donetsk | Tomb of Pope Benedict XVI now open to public | „I Love Poland” yacht crew races across the Atlantic | Świątek named best Polish athlete of 2022 | „Sports Personality of Radio Gdańsk” to be awarded tonight

Russia has accused Ukraine of firing missiles that hit two thermal power plants in the Russian-occupied Donetsk region of Ukraine on Sunday. Citing information from Russia’s state TASS news agency, initial reports by Reuters suggested that the Elenovka

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Russian attacks continue despite self-proclaimed ceasefire | US announces additional 3 billion in military aid to Ukraine | Builders in Łódź discover Jewish antiques hidden from Nazis | Kubacki takes second overall at Four Hills

Ukrainian officials claim Russian armed forces carried out seven rocket attacks on Kramatorsk and two on Konstantynivka last night, despite proclamations of a „Christmas truce” made by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Putin to meet Lukashenko in Belarus | EU leaders propose further cuts on carbon emissions | Argentina triumphs against France in thrilling World Cup final | Kubacki takes home ski-jumping gold | Weekend cold snap potentially worst of the season

Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Minsk today to meet with Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko in what many analysts describe as an attempt to drag Belarus more deeply into the war in Ukraine.

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