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Ukraine Daily Brief for April 11, 2022

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The thirty-first episode of the Ukraine Daily Brief from the Deep State Radio Network.

Stories cited in the podcast:

Land Mines on a Timer, Scattered Over a Ukrainian Town

Putin appoints new commander for Ukraine 

Slovakia could sell howitzers to Ukraine, defense minister says

UK and Germany won’t send tanks to Ukraine

Germany: Bundeswehr arms deliveries to Ukraine ‘reached a limit’

Kuleba: “Extremely difficult” to think about negotiations after Russian attacks in Kramatorsk, Bucha

Boris Johnson meets Zelenskyy in Kyiv, promises more military, financial aid

Austrian leader to meet Putin in Moscow, hoping to build bridges

Lukashenka and Putin will fly to the Far East to discuss Ukraine

Ukraine: EU chief offers Kyiv fast track to membership

Sweden Democrats leader wants party to change on NATO membership if Finland applies to join alliance

Mexico says it does not accept Russian invasion of Ukraine

Russia boosts emergency spending fund using gas profits

Russian oil and gas embargo could stop war within weeks, says former Putin adviser

War to slash Ukraine’s GDP output by over 45%, World Bank forecasts

Food prices hit record high in March, U.N. agency says

Russians’ spending on food doubles following Ukraine war, U.N. food agency says

IAEA says Ukraine carried out first staff rotations at Chornobyl

Spurred by Putin, Russians turn on one another over the war.

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