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Russia ready to mount complete takeover of Ukraine in two weeks, West fears

The Times/The Sunday Times 28 Jan 2022
A senior intelligence official said six amphibious warfare ships could seize the port of Odessa as part of a multi-axis invasion that could split ...
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How Putin could invade Ukraine: From cyberattacks and sabotage to all-out Blitzkreig, the Russian strongman's ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2022
A larger-scale Russian operation could include opening up a land bridge between eastern areas and occupied Crimea, as well as attack in the Black Sea to cut off key ports such as Odessa ... sea, covering important shipping channels to the port cities of Odessa, Mykolaiv, and Kherson.
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What you need to know about the Russia-Ukraine crisis

Open Democracy 28 Jan 2022
... Share via ... Russian troops could also break north from their existing bases in occupied Crimea and attempt to capture Black Sea ports such as Mariupol, Kherson and most crucially, Odessa ... That official gave the example of Mariupol, a Ukrainian port city on the Sea of Azov which has been the site of several assaults since the conflict began ... Read more.
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Biden and his European Union counterpart pledge to work together to protect Europe and Ukraine's ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2022
'I want to be very clear ... ''Also, no one said "sacked." ... The official, speaking to The Times of London , said this could coincide with an amphibious assault from Crimea on the southern port city of Odessa using transport ships seen sailing around Europe last week in an effort to split the Ukrainian military across two fronts, hundreds of miles apart ... .
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Biden signals he WILL move troops to Eastern Europe 'in the near term' but adds ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2022
assessments of imminent Russian invasion ... But he added ... The official, speaking to The Times of London , said this could coincide with an amphibious assault from Crimea on the southern port city of Odessa using transport ships seen sailing around Europe last week in an effort to split the Ukrainian military across two fronts, hundreds of miles apart ... .
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Biden's call with Ukrainian president 'did not go well': Volodymyr Zelensky told Joe to 'tone ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2022
told family members of American diplomats to leave ... The official, speaking to The Times of London , said this could coincide with an amphibious assault from Crimea on the southern port city of Odessa using transport ships seen sailing around Europe last week in an effort to split the Ukrainian military across two fronts, hundreds of miles apart ... .
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Sascha-Dov Bachmann: Russia could take the Port of Odessa

NewstalkZB 25 Jan 2022
... would be that we would see extreme use of force, Russia could, for example, try to take the strategic Port of Odessa.”.
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From ‘peacekeepers’ to a full-scale offensive: Vladimir Putin’s five options for invading Ukraine

The Daily Telegraph 25 Jan 2022
Discerning Vladimir Putin’s military plans for Ukraine quickly runs into a simple problem. he has the capability to do almost anything ... Option one ... A purportedly leaked invasion plan published in Germany’s Bild newspaper late last year even includes a bold amphibious and airborne operation to surround and capture Odessa, Ukraine’s most important port.
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Opinion: Putin may create a fake excuse to invade Ukraine — again

Missoulian 23 Jan 2022
But many other Russian-speaking Ukrainians — especially, as I learned, in the key city of Odessa — caught on to Russian intelligence tricks and blocked Putin from expanding the Russian occupation all across southern Ukraine ... They included the legendary Black Sea port of Odessa, a mostly Russian-speaking city.
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Cayuga County-area local sports schedule for Friday, Jan. 21

Auburnpub dot com 21 Jan 2022
LOCAL. Friday, Jan. 21. BOYS BASKETBALL. Faith Heritage at Weedsport, 6 p.m. Fulton at Auburn, 6.30 p.m. Pulaski at Port Byron, 7 p.m. Union Springs at Candor, 7 p.m. Cato-Meridian at Mater Dei Academy, 7.15 p.m. Odessa-Montour at Moravia, 7.30 p.m. Southern Cayuga at Newfield, 7.30 p.m ... Moravia at Odessa-Montour, 6 p.m ... Port Byron at Pulaski, 7 p.m ... Jan ... Jan ... .
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Putin may create fake excuse to invade Ukraine — again

The Bradford Era 20 Jan 2022
But many other Russian-speaking Ukrainians — especially, as I learned, in the key city of Odessa — caught on to Russian intelligence tricks and blocked Putin from expanding the Russian occupation all across southern Ukraine ... They included the legendary Black Sea port of Odessa, a mostly Russian-speaking city.

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