Did US intelligence-sharing with Ukraine cross a line? | Europe | News and current affairs from around the continent | DW

Over two months into Russia’s brutal invasion, Ukraine has continuously defied expectations while fending off a nuclear superpower that has tenfold its military budget. 

It is no secret that the backing of NATO and the US, the training and military assistance they have provided since the onset of the Russia-Ukraine war in 2014 and their recent shipments of weapons have all assisted in the success of Ukraine’s armed forces.

One recent milestone of this success — hailed by Ukraine as an iconic victory — was the sinking of Russia’s flagship Black Sea missile cruiser, the “Moskva,” on April 14. 

Ukraine said it hit the warship with two anti-ship missiles, while the Kremlin claimed an onboard fire sparked an explosion and sank the ship.

But recent reports citing unnamed…

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