Morning brief: Russian deployments and cops secure capital in Canada, and more, World News

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US President Joe Biden is ready to meet with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin “until the moment” the invasion of Ukraine begins. A US company said satellite images showed new Russian deployments near the Ukrainian border. Police secured capital in Canada as the weeks-long anti-vaccine protest appeared to be winding down.

Biden ready to meet Putin ‘until the moment’ Ukraine invasion begins

US President Joe Biden appears to have agreed “in principle” to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin “until the time” the invasion of Ukraine begins.

Satellite images show new Russian deployments near Ukrainian border (US company)

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Russia appears to have carried out new deployments on the ground of armored equipment and troops near the border with Ukraine, a private American company said on Sunday citing satellite images.

Canadian police secure the capital as the weeks-long anti-vaccine protest appears to be ending

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Canadian police secured the capital Ottawa with fencing as city workers cleared rubbish and snowplows cleared the streets on Sunday (February 20).

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