News Wire | Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022

Ukraine and Western Allies at Odds Over Missile That Exploded in Poland

Financial Times (free)

A disagreement broke out Wednesday between Ukraine and its western allies over who launched a missile that exploded in Poland, with NATO, Warsaw and the U.S. saying the weapon was likely fired by Kyiv’s air defense forces during a Russian attack.

Iran Hands Out More Death Sentences to Protesters

By Sune Engel Rasmussen | The Wall Street Journal

Iran sentenced three more protesters to death Wednesday, heightening fears that the government will resort to executions to intimidate Iranians from rallying against the country’s clerical leadership, as state media accused shooters of killing several civilians in the southern part of the country.

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