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Russia-Ukraine: Parliament of NATO country Estonia calls for 'immediate' establishment of no-fly zone
The parliament of Estonia on Monday called for UN member states to "take immediate steps to establish a no-fly zone" over Ukraine to prevent further civilian casualties as Russia's multi-front war against the country rages on. Estonia is the first NATO member nation to have a body formally call for the implementation of a no-fly zone amid Russia's ongoing invasion.
Follow the latest news on the war in Ukraine with the New York Post's live coverage as Russia's offensive continues.
Police worked to clear out a group of squatters who took over a mansion in London in what appeared to be a pro-Ukraine protest Monday. The group gained access to the mansion located in London's upscale Belgrave Square neighborhood and hung signs from the balcony, according to photos and a statement from Metropolitan Police.
War in Ukraine live updates: Civilian death toll rises as Russian and Ukrainian officials meet once more for talks
Nearly 600 civilian fatalities have been confirmed in the last three weeks, including a U.S. journalist. Officials from Ukraine and Russia will meet via video in a fourth round of talks, while the U.S. will hold high-level talks with China after reports that Russia has asked China for military assistance.
Ahead of the meeting with China's senior diplomat, Sullivan warned that other countries shouldn't consider coming to Russia's aid and singled out China. "We have made it clear to not just Beijing, but every country in the world, that if they think that they can basically bail Russia out, they can give Russia a workaround to the sanctions that we've imposed, they should have another thing coming," he said.
Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk wrote to his 77.7 million Twitter followers on Monday that he was challenging Russian President Vladimir Putin to single combat and wagering Ukraine. "I hereby challenge Владимир Путин to single combat," Musk wrote, using Putin's Russian name. He added, "Stakes are Україна," using the Ukrainian spelling for Ukraine.
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