This photograph taken on October 7, 2022 shows a Russian rocket sticks out a ground near the village of Ukrainka in a part of Southern Ukraine.

Two people were killed after missiles landed in a village in eastern Poland on Tuesday.
An investigation is underway regarding the origin of the weapons that struck the NATO nation. 
President Biden said “preliminary information” indicates Russia may not have fired the weapons.

Biden declined to provide details about missile strike in Poland in an emergency roundtable with world leadersPresident Joe Biden delivers remarks on preserving and protecting Democracy at Union Station on November 2, 2022 in Washington, DC.

Following an explosion in Poland caused by an alleged “Russian-made” missile, per Polish authorities, President Joe Biden held an emergency roundtable with world leaders where he declined to draw conclusions or share details about the incident.

The strike that killed two people occurred Tuesday in an eastern Polish village just miles from the Ukrainian border, while the US president was in Indonesia for the G-20 summit. 

A fatal strike in Poland could pose the biggest test yet to Biden’s vow to defend ‘every inch’ of NATO territoryPresident Joe Biden gives a press conference after the NATO summit in Brussels, on June 14, 2021.

President Joe Biden has repeatedly pledged to defend “every inch” of NATO territory could face its biggest test after the Polish foreign ministry said a “Russian-made missile” struck the country, which is a NATO ally.

The Pentagon echoed Biden’s promise on Tuesday. “When it comes to our security commitments and Article 5 we’ve been crystal clear that we will defend every inch of NATO territory,” Pentagon spokesperson Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder told reporters during a briefing.

The deadly missile incident in Poland is a ‘propaganda gift’ for the Ukrainians and Zelenskyy, a Russia expert saysUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Two people were killed after Russian-made missiles reportedly landed in Poland on Tuesday, a US intelligence official told the Associated Press.

But what marks the first seeming spillover of Russia’s war beyond Ukraine could ultimately benefit Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s ongoing efforts to stir up additional assistance and support, a Russia expert told Insider.

A top Senate Democrat warns that if Russia is behind the …read more

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