By Georgi Kantchev | The Wall Street Journal
Russia said it plans to cut its oil production by around 500,000 barrels a day, or about 5 percent, next month, sending crude prices higher in a move that Moscow said was in response to Western sanctions.
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By Isabelle Khurshudyan, Dan Lamothe, Shane Harris & Paul Sonne | The Washington Post
Ukrainian officials said they require coordinates provided or confirmed by the United States and its allies for the vast majority of strikes using its advanced U.S.-provided rocket systems, a previously undisclosed practice that reveals a deeper and more operationally active role for the Pentagon in the war.