US Officials Allege Russia Deployed Anti-Satellite Weapon in Space

May 22, 2024 View Original Article
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    22% Somewhat Conservative

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    22% Somewhat Conservative

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48% : Ambassador Robert Wood alluded to the suspected Russian space weapon launch in remarks at the United Nations Security Council.
42% : Ambassador Robert Wood, the U.S. alternate representative for special political affairs in the United Nations, first alluded to the suspected Russian space weapon launch in remarks at the U.N. Security Council on Monday, ahead of a vote on a Russian-drafted resolution to ban weapons of any kind in space.

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