Morning news brief: Russian deployments and cops secure capital in Canada, and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi Updated: Feb 21, 2022, 09:35 AM(IST)

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US President Joe Biden is ready to meet Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin 'until the moment' Ukraine invasion begins. A US firm has said that the satellite images showed new Russian deployments near Ukraine border. Police have secured capital in Canada as weeks-long anti-vaccine protest appeared to end.

 

Biden ready to meet Putin 'until the moment' Ukraine invasion begins

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US President Joe Biden seems to have agreed 'in principle' to meet Russia's President Vladimir Putin 'until the moment' Ukraine invasion begins.

 

Satellite images indicate new Russian deployments near Ukraine border: US firm

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Russia seems to have been making new field deployments of armored equipment and troops near the border with Ukraine, said a private US company citing satellite images on Sunday.   

 

Canadian police secure capital as weeks-long anti-vaccine protest appears to end

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The Canadian police have secured the capital city Ottawa with fences as the city workers cleaned up trash and snow ploughs cleared streets on Sunday (February 20). 

 

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