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US: Security Council must tell Russia to stop nuke threats | Rush Hour

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on every U.N. Security Council member to “send a clear message” to Russia that it must stop its nuclear threats in the war in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin said earlier this week that his nuclear-armed country “certainly use all means available to us” if its territory is threatened and to defend the country and its people. Blinken used a council session Thursday to criticize Russia’s invasion and press other countries to join in their forceful condemnations of the conflict. Full story: https://www.newsnationnow.com/world/russia-at-war/ap-us-to-step-up-its-criticism-of-russia-at-un-security-council/ Rush Hour is a no fluff, no filler newscast hosted by Nichole Berlie that taps into a nationwide network of thousands of journalists to get you up-to-the-minute news from across the country.

US: Security Council must tell Russia to stop nuke threats | Rush Hour

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