China urges peace in Ukraine after U.S. warns against aiding Russia

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By Pavel Polityuk KYIV (Reuters) – China said on Monday it sought dialogue and peace for Ukraine despite U.S. warnings that it might be considering weapons supplies for its ally Russia’s invasion. Air raid sirens blared in the capital Kyiv and other cities overnight and a Russian missile killed one person in the western town of Khmelnitskyi, Mayor Oleksandr Symshyshyn said on the Telegram messaging app. The all-clear sounded after daybreak. China, which declared a “no limits” alliance with Russia shortly before the invasion a year ago, has refused to condemn the onslaught, most recently at a w…

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