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The Master of Science in Engineering Management offers graduate students an opportunity to develop the technical expertise and the business competence that is in high demand for management positions in technology-based industry.

Our Master of Science in Engineering Management is an interdisciplinary program that bridges the gaps between the fields of engineering, technology, and business. Combining core courses in engineering and finance with electives throughout the College of Engineering, the program provides a solid balance of fundamental engineering principles, management and leadership techniques, and the art and science of business within the engineering industry. Students gain the theoretical, quantitative, and analytical skills and tools they will need to contribute to interdisciplinary teams or to take a leadership position in engineering management and address complex business challenges with innovative, practical, and effective solutions.

This degree program is designed primarily for engineers with a technical business focus who are interested in managing technology-based programs. Students from other backgrounds are accepted on a case-by-case basis. All students are prepared for various potential careers in the engineering management field, including project management, product development and management, supply chain management, and technical organizations.

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  • The ability to use basic engineering concepts flexibly in a variety of contexts
  • Explore human, mathematical, entrepreneurial, managerial, and engineering aspects of project management
  • Evaluate economic modeling and analysis techniques for developing practical, cost-effective solutions to engineering problems
  • Understand the fundamental concepts of probability
  • Investigate the theory, computation, and application of deterministic models to represent industrial operations

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  • An undergraduate degree in engineering is preferred. Mathematics or physics majors with linear algebra and multivariable calculus, or students of any major with the equivalent background in mathematics as an engineering major are acceptable.

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For 100+ years, we’ve designed our programs with one thing in mind—your success. Explore the current program requirements and course descriptions, all designed to meet today’s industry needs and must-have skills.

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Northeastern combines rigorous academics with experiential learning and research to prepare students for real-world engineering challenges. The cooperative education program, also known as co-op, is one of the largest and most innovative in the world, and Northeastern is one of only a few that offers a co-op program for graduate students. Through this program, students gain up to eight months of professional experience employed in their field of interest as part of the academic curriculum, giving them a competitive edge upon graduation. The College of Engineering has over 2,000 co-op employer partners globally. Our dedicated team of co-op coordinators prepare students for the co-op experience through resume building, developing interview skills, and guiding professional development.

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Northeastern University faculty represents a broad cross-section of professional practices and fields, including finance, education, biomedical science, management, and the U.S. military. They serve as mentors and advisors and collaborate alongside you to solve the most pressing global challenges facing established and emerging markets.

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‘Old friend’ Putin and Xi Jinping strengthen strategic ties at summit

Leaders present bilateral relationship as stabilising force, Putin expressing gratitude to crucial ally in Ukraine war.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping have signed a joint statement on deepening the comprehensive strategic partnership between their nations at a summit that framed their relationship as a stabilising force in a chaotic world.

Speaking at a joint press conference on Thursday, Xi said: “China is willing to … jointly achieve the development and rejuvenation of our respective countries, and work together to uphold fairness and justice in the world.”

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Russia escalates war in ukraine, with an eye to complicate kyiv’s defence, ‘genuine desire’: putin backs china peace plan to end ukraine war, russian corruption probe widens as senior defence official arrested, russia’s putin to visit china in first foreign trip since re-election.

Reporting from Beijing, Al Jazeera’s Katrina Yu said the Chinese leader had “made the point that Russia-China cooperation did not target any third party, that it was a mutually respectful, beneficial partnership and that he hoped that the war in Ukraine … would be solved peacefully”.

Putin, for his part, expressed gratitude to Xi for efforts to resolve the war in Ukraine. “He said the approaches to regional issues by Beijing and Moscow were very similar, that they were both working hard to achieve what they both described as a multipolar world,” said Yu.

“Putin also criticised international institutions such as the United Nations and the G20, saying that they needed to be depoliticised and said that Moscow and Beijing would work together to improve security in the Asia-Pacific,” said Yu.

Putin, she added, had condemned what he described as “closed alliances in the region”, “no doubt referring to the AUKUS pact [between Australia, the UK and the US], which Beijing considers as an alliance designed to contain China”.

Trade was an important dimension of the summit. Yu said the Chinese leader had highlighted the growing trade ties between the two countries, noting that flows had increased by 170% over the past ten years and that “there was still potential for that to expand”.

Later describing their initial session as “warm and comradely”, Putin outlined sectors where the two are strengthening ties, from nuclear and energy co-operation to food supplies and Chinese car manufacturing in Russia.

‘Old friend’

The visit comes days after Russia launched a new offensive in Ukraine’s northeastern Kharkiv region and as it claims advances on the 1,000km (600-mile) long front line, where Kyiv’s forces have been hampered by delayed deliveries of weapons and ammunition from the United States.

Xi had given his “old friend” a warm welcome, holding a grand reception outside Beijing’s Great Hall of the People. The two countries’ anthems were played to the accompaniment of a gun salute, before the two leaders walked along the red carpets that had been laid out in the vast square to review the troops in a welcoming ceremony that lasted nearly half an hour.

Vladimir Putin being greeted at the airport on his arrival in Beijing. He is shaking an official's hand. Other men are around him. Some are in uniform.

Xi told Putin that China and Russia’s relationship had stood the test of time and that they had provided each other with “strategic guidance” in their more than 40 meetings over the past decade. “China is ready to work with Russia to stay each other’s good neighbour, good friend and good partner,” state news agency Xinhua reported quoting Xi.

Putin and Xi declared a “no limits” partnership days before Putin sent his troops into Ukraine in February 2022. In March 2023, when Xi visited Moscow, he described a “ new era ” in the countries’ relationship, while in October, when Putin last visited Beijing, Xi spoke of the “ deep friendship ” between the two men.

Before the trip, 71-year-old Putin said his choice of China as his first foreign destination since being sworn in as president for a fifth term underlined the “unprecedentedly high level of the strategic partnership” between the two countries as well as his close friendship with Xi, who is 70.

The two leaders will take part in a gala evening to celebrate 75 years since the Soviet Union recognised the People’s Republic of China, declared by Mao Zedong following the communists’ victory in China’s civil war in 1949. Putin will also visit Harbin in northeastern China, a city with strong ties to Russia.

In his interview with Xinhua, Putin also appeared to give his backing to a 12-point Ukraine peace plan that Beijing released to a lukewarm reception on the first anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion in February 2023.

He said the proposals could provide the basis for discussions and that Moscow was “open to a dialogue on Ukraine”. He reiterated the long-held Russian position that “negotiations must take into account the interests of all countries involved in the conflict, including ours”.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said any negotiations must include a restoration of the country’s territorial integrity, the withdrawal of Russian troops from all Ukrainian territory, the release of all prisoners, a tribunal for those responsible for the aggression, and security guarantees for Ukraine.

Switzerland is convening a peace summit for Ukraine, focusing on Kyiv’s framework , next June. At least 50 delegations have already agreed to attend, but Russia has not been invited.

China claims to be neutral in the conflict but has not condemned Moscow for its invasion of a sovereign country.

Russia ‘useful’ for China

The Kremlin said in a statement that during their talks this week, Putin and Xi would “have a detailed discussion on the entire range of issues related to the comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation” and set “new directions for further development of cooperation between Russia and China”.

The two countries have made clear they want to remake the international order in line with their visions of how the world should be.

Speaking on Tuesday, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov claimed that Moscow and Beijing played a “major balancing role in global affairs”, and that Putin’s visit would “strengthen our joint work”.

Both countries are veto-holding members of the United Nations Security Council, alongside the United States, France and the United Kingdom.

“We should not underestimate Russia’s ‘usefulness’ as a friend without limits to China and Xi Jinping,” Sari Arho Havren, an associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) think tank, told Al Jazeera in an email. “Russia is a valuable partner in displacing the US and changing the global order to a favourable one for China and Russia alike. Russia also sees Taiwan as an integral part of China, and we have already seen speculation about the war scenario in the Indo-Pacific and whether Russia would step up to help and join China in possible war efforts.”

Moscow has forged increasingly close ties with Beijing, diverting most of its energy exports to China and importing high-tech components for its military industries from Chinese companies amid Western sanctions.

The two countries have also deepened military ties, holding joint war games over the Sea of Japan and the East China Sea, and organising training for ground forces in each other’s territory.

China has stepped up military activity around self-ruled Taiwan as the island prepares for the May 20 inauguration of William Lai Ching-te , who was elected president in elections in January.

China claims the territory as its own and has not ruled out the use of force to achieve its goal.

With reporting by Erin Hale in Taipei, Taiwan

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The Alamo Colleges District is pleased to announce AlamoU Bachelor’s Programs across all of its five colleges: San Antonio College, Palo Alto College, St. Philip’s College, Northwest Vista College, and an upcoming degree program at Northeast Lakeview College.

AlamoU Bachelor’s Programs is a strategic response to the burgeoning demands of various industries, particularly in nursing, operations management, cybersecurity and cloud computing.

Recognizing the evolving landscape of workforce requirements across the community, the Alamo Colleges District have taken proactive steps to equip students with the necessary skills to excel in high-wage, high-demand fields with an affordable tuition. Students who are interested in pursuing AlamoU Bachelor’s Programs will experience a seamless, cost-efficient transition into a four-year degree with no loss of credit.

"These new programs advance our district’s moonshot by providing our students with relevant, workforce-focused education that aligns with industry needs," said Dr. Mike Flores, Alamo Colleges District Chancellor.

"By offering bachelor degrees, we aim to empower our students to thrive in competitive job markets and make meaningful contributions to their respective fields."

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San Antonio College’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing consists of three semesters of nursing courses to be completed in one year.

The program is designed to be lockstep, meaning specific courses based on the prerequisites must be completed prior to advancing to the next semester.

The program intends to allow graduates from the San Antonio College Associate Degree in Nursing to obtain licensure, begin working, and then continue furthering their education while working in the community.

The program is available both online and as a hybrid, combining face-to-face and online instruction.

A fast program track is available with a completion time of eight months.

San Antonio College also offers additional program tracks to include a concurrent Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Associate of Applied Science to students enrolled in the associate degree program.

Palo Alto College’s Bachelor of Applied Technology in Operations Management is currently offered fully online and prepares students to be successful supervisors and leaders.

Graduates of the program will bring leadership expertise to the operations management industry, utilizing their business, finance, technology, and human resource development skills to coordinate and oversee the activities that deliver goods and services to customers.

The Texas Workforce Commission projects 531,346 openings in 2030 for the operations management industry in Texas, up from 426,765 openings in 2020.

The projected number of Texas graduates with a bachelor's degree in this area of study was 6,168 in 2021, far short of the industry's need.

St. Philip’s College’s Bachelor of Applied Technology Degree in Cybersecurity is designed to equip students with the knowledge to combat cyber threats.

In this program, St. Philip’s College students gain advanced hands-on experience and practical insights into the latest cybersecurity tools, techniques, and best practices within state-of-the-art facilities, including the Saint Artemisia Bowden Center of Excellence, which opened in the Fall of 2021, and Cybersecurity Innovations Center, currently under renovation.

The program is available both online and as a hybrid, combining face-to-face and online instruction. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that cyber security jobs will grow 31% from 2019 to 2029.

According to the Texas Workforce Commission, an entry-level salary for an individual entering the cybersecurity field is projected at $64,480 per year ($31.00/hour).

Northwest Vista College’s Bachelor of Applied Technology in Cloud Computing – pending approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges – will prepare students for many mid- and entry-level roles in Cloud Computing Environments.

Students will be versed in open-source technologies, scripting languages, regulatory compliance, multi-cloud environments, serverless computing, Internet of Things (IoT), load balancing, inter and intra-region data transfers, system engineering, and software development.

Students will learn how to design, plan, and manage a cloud infrastructure. The program is available fully online and face-to-face instruction.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that overall employment in computer and information technology occupations will grow much faster than the average for all occupations from 2022 to 2032, with an average of 377,500 job openings each year.

Organizations such as PwC have noted the global cloud computing market size was valued at $545.8 billion in 2022, and it is projected to reach $1.2 trillion by the end of 2027, growing at a compounded annual growth rate of 17.9%.

Northeast Lakeview College is developing a fifth bachelor's degree program, further expanding the range of options available to students seeking higher education in high-wage, high-demand fields.

Prospective students interested in pursuing AlamoU Bachelor’s Programs are encouraged to explore offerings at alamo.edu/bachelors .

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On Surprise Visit to Ukraine, Blinken Reassures Zelensky of U.S. Support

The trip came amid Russian military gains in Ukraine’s northeast. The Biden administration had warned for months that Congress’s delay in approving an aid package would leave the Ukrainians vulnerable.

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Reporting from Kyiv, Ukraine

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken met with President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine in Kyiv on Tuesday, assuring him that American military aid is on its way at a “challenging time” for the country’s war effort against Russia.

The meeting was Mr. Blinken’s first since his morning arrival in Kyiv, and came under the shadow of Russian military gains in the country’s northeast. In an ornate conference room at his presidential offices on Bankova Street, Mr. Zelensky said that Mr. Blinken had come during “a tough period for the east of our country.”

The Ukrainian leader profusely thanked Mr. Blinken for the “crucial” $60.8 billion aid package for his country that President Biden signed last month after months of infighting among congressional Republicans. But Mr. Zelensky quickly added that Ukraine was still in need, pointing to the Russian military advances around the northeastern city of Kharkiv in recent days. Russian forces captured another village, Lukiantsi, overnight and bombed the city of Kharkiv on Tuesday morning, injuring four people.

Calling air defense a “deficit for us,” Mr. Zelensky said, “We really need it today, two Patriots for Kharkiv.” The Patriot is a U.S.-made surface-to-air missile system.

Mr. Blinken did not specifically respond to that request, but he told Mr. Zelensky that incoming American aid — some of which he said had already arrived — would “make a real difference on the battlefield.”

The unannounced visit was Mr. Blinken’s fourth to Ukraine’s capital since Russia’s full-scale invasion in February 2022. Mr. Blinken, who arrived on an overnight train from Poland, plans to deliver a speech later on Tuesday celebrating the influx of American aid and portraying Russia’s failed effort to take control of the country as a strategic success for Ukraine, according to a senior U.S. official.

Mr. Blinken will also underscore that Ukraine must continue to make progress on democratic governance and anticorruption reforms if it wants to integrate with the West, the official said.

Mr. Biden and Mr. Blinken had warned for months that Congress’s delay in approving critically needed U.S. arms would leave Ukraine’s military vulnerable along an eastern battlefront that has been stalemated for months. The U.S. official declined to draw a direct connection between the delayed aid and Russia’s gains near the city of Kharkiv. But the official said it was clear that the gap in funding had left Ukraine, whose military is starved for ammunition and other critical equipment, weakened.

The official said that Ukrainian forces had held their positions and were exacting a toll on the Russians, and that they were likely to make gains as U.S. assistance flows into the country.

Mr. Blinken and Mr. Zelensky have developed a personal rapport over numerous meetings in Europe and the United States in the past several years. The secretary of state, who visited Kyiv twice in the year before Russia’s full-scale invasion, is known there as one of Washington’s leading champions of strong Western support for Ukraine.

“I know you did a lot for this positive decision,” Mr. Zelensky told Mr. Blinken of the new aid package, for which the secretary of state had lobbied vigorously.

“We’ve traveled a long road together these past couple of years,” Mr. Blinken said, before the men began the private portion of their meeting.

A second senior U.S. official would not say whether Russia had been notified in advance of Mr. Blinken’s visit. Russian forces have frequently attacked Kyiv with missiles and drones.

Mr. Blinken is the first senior Biden official to visit Ukraine since the passage of the congressional aid package. The White House national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, met with Mr. Zelensky in Kyiv in late March, before the package passed.

Speaking at an event hosted by The Financial Times this month, Mr. Sullivan said that he expected Russia to make some short-term gains, but that the new U.S. aid would allow Ukraine to “hold the line” and eventually begin recapturing territory.

Maria Varenikova contributed reporting.

Michael Crowley covers the State Department and U.S. foreign policy for The Times. He has reported from nearly three dozen countries and often travels with the secretary of state. More about Michael Crowley

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The Biden administration is increasingly concerned that President Vladimir Putin of Russia is gathering enough momentum  to change the trajectory of the war.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken sought to reassure Ukrainians  that they could weather an ominous new Russian offensive and count on long-term support from the United States and its European allies.

Russian security agents detained a senior general , widening a purge of the country’s Defense Ministry amid Putin’s broader shake-up of his government .

Frozen Russian Assets: As much as $300 billion in frozen Russian assets is piling up profits and interest income by the day. Now, Ukraine’s allies are considering how to use those gains to aid Kyiv .

Rebuilding Ukrainian Villages: The people of the Kherson region have slowly rebuilt their livelihoods since Ukraine’s military forced out Russian troops. Now they are bracing for another Russian attack .

Ukraine’s Unidentified Dead: Families of some Ukrainian soldiers say they have spent months trying to get official confirmation of their loved ones’ deaths , adding to their anguish.

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Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy cancels all foreign trips as Russian offensive intensifies

'we're rushing ammunition, armored vehicles, missiles, air defenses to get them to the front lines,' blinken said. 'for anyone who is tempted to bet against ukraine − don't. it will be a big mistake.'.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy postponed a series of international engagements over the coming days as Russia's military launched what appeared to be increasingly successful attacks close to Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv.

Zelenskyy's cancellation of all foreign trips , announced by his office on Wednesday, may indicate Ukraine is struggling to contain Russia's latest military offensive , which has intensified in recent days.

The decision comes days after Ukraine’s top military general, Oleksandr Syrskyi, warned fighting had "significantly worsened" in Kharkiv and as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited the country. Blinken traveled to Ukraine for the first time since U.S. lawmakers approved a new aid package for Ukraine worth nearly $61 billion.

Ukraine is running out of weapons. Is it also running low on the time-tested coping mechanism of humor?

In a news conference alongside Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv, Blinken announced that the U.S. would provide an additional $2 billion in military aid for Ukraine to help it invest in its industrial base.

"We're rushing ammunition, armored vehicles, missiles, air defenses to get them to the front lines," Blinken said. "For anyone who is tempted to bet against Ukraine − don't. It will be a big mistake."

Ukraine's state emergency services said more than 7,500 people have been evacuated from the Kharkiv region as Russia pushes into the area as part of a renewed cross-border offensive.

Ukraine war: Blinken visits Kyiv as Russia ramps up military offensive

Thousands of civilians flee northeast Ukraine as Russia presses a renewed border assault

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VILCHA, Ukraine — Thousands more civilians have fled Russia’s renewed ground offensive in Ukraine’s northeast that has targeted towns and villages with a barrage of artillery and mortar fire, officials said Sunday.

The intense battles have forced at least one Ukrainian unit to withdraw in the Kharkiv region, capitulating more land to Russian forces across less defended settlements in the so-called contested “gray zone” along the Russian border.

By Sunday afternoon, the town of Vovchansk, with a prewar population of 17,000, emerged as a focal point in the battle. Volodymyr Tymoshko, the head of the Kharkiv regional police, said Russian forces were in the outskirts of the town and approaching from three directions. A Russian tank was spotted along a major road leading to the town, Tymoshko said, illustrating Moscow’s confidence to deploy heavy weaponry.

An Associated Press team, positioned in a nearby village, saw plumes of smoke rising from the town as Russian forces hurled shells. Evacuation teams worked non-stop throughout the day to take residents, most of whom were elderly, out of harm’s way.

At least 4,000 civilians have fled the Kharkiv region since Friday, when Moscow’s forces launched the operation, Gov. Oleh Syniehubov said in a social media statement. Heavy fighting raged Sunday along the northeast front line, where Russian forces attacked 27 settlements in the past 24 hours, he said.

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Analysts say the Russian push is designed to exploit ammunition shortages before  promised Western supplies  can reach the front line. Ukrainian soldiers said the Kremlin is using the usual Russian tactic by launching a disproportionate amount of fire and infantry assaults to exhaust their troops and firepower. By intensifying battles in what was previously a static patch of the front line, Russian forces threaten to pin Ukrainian forces in the northeast, while carrying out intense battles farther south where Moscow is also gaining ground.

It comes after Russia stepped up attacks in March targeting energy infrastructure and settlements, which analysts predicted were a concerted effort to  shape conditions for an offensive .

Meanwhile,  a 10-story apartment block collapsed  in the Russian city of Belgorod, near the border, injuring at least 19 people. Russian authorities said the building collapsed following Ukrainian shelling. Ukraine has not commented on the incident.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that halting Russia’s offensive in the northeast was a priority, and that Kyiv’s troops were continuing counteroffensive operations in seven villages around the Kharkiv region.

“Disrupting the Russian offensive intentions is our number one task now. Whether we succeed in that task depends on every soldier, every sergeant, every officer,” Zelenskyy said.

The Russian Defense Ministry said Saturday that Moscow’s forces had  captured five villages  on the border of Ukraine’s Kharkiv region and Russia. These areas were likely poorly fortified due to the dynamic fighting and constant heavy shelling, easing a Russian advance.

Ukraine’s leadership has not confirmed Moscow’s gains.

A Ukrainian unit said that they had been forced to retreat in some areas and that Russian forces had captured at least one more village late Saturday. Tymoshko said Russian tactics in Vovchansk mirrored those used in the battles for Bakhmut and Avdiivka in the Donetsk region in which heavy aerial attacks were accompanied by droves of infantry assaults.

In a video Saturday evening, the Hostri Kartuzy unit, part of the special forces’ detachment of Ukraine’s national guard, said that they were fighting for control of the village of Hlyboke.

“Today, during heavy fighting, our defenders were forced to withdraw from a few more of their positions, and today, another settlement has come completely under Russian control. As of 20:00, fighting for the village of Hlyboke is ongoing,” the fighters said in the clip.

The U.S.-based Institute for the Study of War said Saturday that it believed claims that Moscow had captured Strilecha, Pylna, Pletenivka and Borsivika were accurate, and that geolocated footage also appeared to show that Russian forces have seized Morokhovets and Oliinykove. It described the recent Russian gains as “tactically significant.”

In the war’s early days, Russia made a botched attempt to quickly storm Kharkiv but retreated from its outskirts after about a month. In the fall of 2022, seven months later, Ukraine’s army  pushed them out of Kharkiv . The  bold counterattack  helped persuade Western countries that Ukraine could defeat Russia on the battlefield and merited military support.

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May 15, 2024 - Russia's war in Ukraine

By Heather Chen, Sana Noor Haq, Adrienne Vogt and Maureen Chowdhury, CNN

Our live coverage of  Russia's war in Ukraine has moved here .

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Beijing at the start of a 2-day state visit to China

From CNN's Abel Alvarado

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Beijing early Thursday morning local time to begin a two-day state visit to China, according to TASS and Chinese state media CCTV.

Russia is stepping up disinformation campaign against Zelensky, US intelligence shows

From CNN's Alex Marquardt

Russia has stepped up its disinformation efforts to discredit Ukraine’s  President Volodymyr Zelensky  and raise questions about his legitimacy in recent months, US intelligence agencies have observed.

A recently downgraded intelligence assessment shared with CNN says that Russia has seized on various recent events to fuel criticism about Zelensky’s abilities and place as Ukraine’s leader, a senior Biden administration official said in an interview.

Russia has spread disinformation about Zelensky since before the war started but recent intelligence shows “it’s definitely increasing,” the official said.

Russia has highlighted two main areas in this recent disinformation push, the intelligence indicates: Ukraine’s  painful withdrawal  from the eastern city of Avdiivka and the fact that Ukraine postponed its presidential election scheduled for this Spring due to the war.

Wider impacts: The US is more concerned about the impact of the disinformation on countries abroad than on Ukrainians’ confidence in Zelensky, the official said.

“That’s why we’re briefing our allies and partners about this,” the official said. “We want to make sure that this type of Russian disinformation doesn’t take hold and other countries that might not realize, ‘Oh, of course, they can’t hold elections because they’re in a state of martial law as a consequence of Russia’s war.’”

Dive deeper into Russia's disinformation campaign and what it could mean.

Blinken visits Kyiv and reaffirms US support for Ukraine as fighting in Kharkiv intensifies. Here's the latest

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (C) leaves after his visit to an agricultural logistics and transshipment facility in Vyshneve, Kyiv region, on May 15. The United States will back Ukraine until the country's security is "guaranteed," US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a speech in Kyiv on May 14.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken concluded his trip to Kyiv on Wednesday, where he reaffirmed the Biden administration's support for Ukraine as Russia's advances continue in the Kharkiv region of the country.

Earlier Wednesday, Blinken announced $2 billion in foreign military financing for Ukraine and said much-needed ammunition and weapons are being rushed to the front lines. The US State Department acknowledged that the $2 billion in foreign military financing is coming primarily from the recently passed Ukraine Security supplemental and $400 million of it is coming from existing Foreign Military Financing (FMF) that had not previously been allocated to Ukraine.

Blinken also said that the US remains "committed" to helping Ukraine win the war against Russia, but it is not encouraging strikes on Russian territory. Blinken added that Washington strongly supports a Ukrainian peace summit set to take place next month in Switzerland. 

Here are more of the latest headlines:

  • Kharkiv and Russian gains: Ukrainian officials suggested further gains by Russian forces on Wednesday in the Kharkiv region, as Moscow continues its push into northeastern Ukraine. The town of Vovchansk, located about 60 kilometers (or about 37 miles) northeast of Ukraine's second-largest city of Kharkiv, is seeing some of the most intense battles in areas near the border, with one police official saying Russian forces are already in the town.
  • Zelensky: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will halt all international events scheduled for the coming days, his office announced, as Russian troops push into the northeastern Kharkiv region .
  • UNICEF report: At least 1,993 children in Ukraine have been killed or wounded since Moscow launched a full-scale invasion in February 2022, according to the UN's children's agency (UNICEF), reiterating calls for a ceasefire. On average, at least two children lose their lives in Ukraine every day, UNICEF reported on Tuesday.

US not encouraging Ukrainian strikes on Russian territory, Blinken says 

From CNN's Radina Gigova in London 

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during a joint press conference with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv, Ukraine, on May 15.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the US remains "committed" to helping Ukraine win the war against Russia, but it is not encouraging strikes on Russian territory. 

“We’ve not encouraged or enabled strikes outside Ukraine but ultimately Ukraine has to make decisions for itself about how it's going to conduct this war, a war it's conducting in defense of its freedom, of its sovereignty, of its territorial integrity and we’ll continue to back Ukraine with the equipment it needs to succeed," Blinken said on Wednesday during a joint news conference with Ukrainian Foreign Minster Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv. 

Blinken also announced that the US will provide an additional $2 billion in foreign military financing for Ukraine, adding "we put this together in a first-of-its-kind defense enterprise fund."

The fund will have three components, Blinken said, including:

  • Providing weapons for Ukraine now
  • Investing in Ukraine's defense industrial base
  • Financing military equipment purchases from other countries

"Of course, everyone's eyes are focused on the situation in the east and northeast, Kharkiv in particular. And so the newest support that I just announced, but particularly the $60 billion supplemental, we know is coming at a critical time," Blinken said. 

Zelensky condemns shooting of Slovakia's pro-Russian prime minister

Rescue workers take Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, who was shot and injured, to a hospital in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, on May 15.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called a shooting attack on Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico "appalling."

"We strongly condemn this act of violence against our neighboring partner state's head of government. Every effort should be made to ensure that violence does not become the norm in any country, form, or sphere," Zelensky wrote in a post on X Wednesday.

Fico was shot multiple times, according to a statement on his official Facebook page, adding he is currently in a life-threatening condition.

"We sincerely hope Robert Fico recovers soon and express our solidarity with the people of Slovakia," Zelensky continued.

For context: Fico won a third term as Slovakian prime minister last October after running a campaign that criticized Western support for Ukraine. Ahead of the election, Fico made no secret of his sympathies toward the Kremlin and blamed “Ukrainian Nazis and fascists” for provoking Vladimir Putin into launching the invasion, repeating the false narrative Russia’s president has used to justify his invasion.

Fico, who began his fourth term last October, has shifted Slovakia’s foreign policy toward pro-Russian positions and initiated reforms in criminal law and media regulations, raising concerns about the erosion of the rule of law.

Fico also had pledged an immediate end to Slovak military support for Ukraine and promised to block Ukraine’s NATO ambitions in what would upend Slovakia’s staunch backing for Ukraine.

Ukrainian officials suggest there are more Russian gains amid ongoing push in Kharkiv region 

From CNN's Radina Gigova and Maria Kostenko 

Rescue workers help Liudmila Kalashnik, 88, after evacuation from Vovchansk, Ukraine, on May 12.

Ukrainian officials suggested further gains by Russian forces on Wednesday in the Kharkiv region, as Moscow continues its push into northeastern Ukraine.

The town of Vovchansk, located about 60 kilometers (or about 37 miles) northeast of Ukraine's second-largest city of Kharkiv, is seeing some of the most intense battles in areas near the border, with one police official saying Russian forces are already in the town. 

"The situation in Vovchansk is extremely difficult. The enemy is taking positions on the streets of Vovchansk," said Oleksii Kharkivskyi, chief patrol officer of the Vovchansk Police Department, urging residents to evacuate. 

Gen. Serhii "Marcel" Melnyk, the commander of the Kharkiv city defense forces, also suggested there have been changes in Ukrainian positions in Vovchansk and a possible tactical withdrawal. 

"Heavy fighting is ongoing. In some areas, near Vovchansk and Lukiantsi, Ukrainian defenders were forced to move to more favorable positions to more effectively use their forces and defend the region from the offensive," Melnyk said Wednesday. 

At least 24 people, including four children, were injured as a result of Russian shelling in various parts of the Kharkiv region on Wednesday, Melnyk said.

The Ukrainian monitoring group DeepStateMap indicated on Wednesday that Russian forces have reached northeastern parts of Vovchansk as they continue to push further south into Ukrainian territory. Russian forces have taken control of more than nine villages near the border in recent days. 

Mandatory evacuations continue from all northern border settlements, according to Roman Semenukha, deputy head of Kharkiv Regional Military Administration. Nearly 8,000 people have been evacuated from these areas since May 10, when Russia launched its push. 

Nearly 2,000 children have been killed or injured since Russia invaded Ukraine, says UNICEF

From CNN's Sana Noor Haq

ODESA, UKRAINE - APRIL 27, 2022 - Relatives and friends attend the funeral service of Valeriia Hlodan, her three-month-old baby girl Kira and her mother Liudmyla Yavkina at Transfiguration Cathedral, Odesa, Ukraine, on April 27.

At least 1,993 children in Ukraine have been killed or wounded since Moscow launched a full-scale invasion in February 2022, according to the UN's children's agency (UNICEF), reiterating calls for a ceasefire.

On average, at least two children lose their lives in Ukraine every day, UNICEF reported on Tuesday.

“Ukraine’s children urgently need safety, stability, access to safe learning, child protection services, and psychosocial support," the agency said in a statement. "More than anything, Ukraine's children need peace."

Mental health impact: The war in Ukraine has "harmfully affected" the mental health and wellbeing of children , UNICEF said, adding that half of teenagers report trouble sleeping. At least one in five suffer intrusive thoughts and flashbacks.

Loss of education: Almost half of children enrolled in school in Ukraine have been robbed of in-person education, according to the report. Nearly one million children across the country cannot access any in-person learning "due to insecurity," UNICEF added.

Earlier this year, CNN reported on Ukrainian children attending newly built bunker schools in the northern city of Kharkiv, as daily Russian strikes rained down overhead.

US secretary of state announces $2 billion in foreign military financing for Ukraine

From CNN's Radina Gigova in London

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, left, and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba hold a joint press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, on May 15.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Wednesday the provision of additional $2 billion in foreign military financing for Ukraine and said much-needed weapons and ammunition are being rushed to the front lines. 

"Ukraine is facing this renewed brutal Russian onslaught," Blinken said during a news conference in Kyiv, speaking alongside Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, adding he discussed weapons deliveries with Kuleba and President Volodymyr Zelensky. 

"We are rushing ammunition, armored vehicles, missiles, air defenses. Rushing them to get to the front lines to protect soldiers, to protect civilians," Blinken said, pointing out that air defenses are "a top priority."

Blinken also said Washington strongly supports a Ukrainian peace summit set to take place next month in Switzerland. 

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