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Clarification: EU-Russia-Ukraine-War-Protest story

Aug. 05, 2022 13:51 PM EDT

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — In a story published August 5, 2022, The Associated Press reported that the International Committee of the Red Cross acted as a guarantor of the security of the military members who left a Ukrainian steel plant in May. The story should have made clear that ICRC says its...

Russia brands Ukrainian steel plant defenders terrorists

Aug. 02, 2022 17:34 PM EDT

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia’s Supreme Court declared Ukraine’s Azov Regiment a terrorist organization Tuesday, a move that could lead to terror charges against some of the captured fighters who made their last stand inside Mariupol's shattered steel plant. Russia and its...

Bravery of Azovstal defenders recalled at Kyiv funeral

Jul. 22, 2022 18:27 PM EDT

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — When he gave himself up to Russian forces in May at the pulverized Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol, the wounded Ukrainian soldier could not say a proper goodbye to his slain friend, whose body had to be left behind with hundreds of other dead. The former...

Steelmaker moves ahead on effort to build plant in Southeast

Jul. 20, 2022 18:15 PM EDT

A steel producer has announced plans to build and operate an aluminum mill in the southeastern U.S., after reaching a deal with the company that so far has failed to deliver on its promise to put the plant in Kentucky — even with financial backing from the state. The announcement...

US Steel upgrading MN mill to produce specialty pellets

Jun. 29, 2022 11:47 AM EDT

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — U.S. Steel plans to spend $150 million to upgrade one of its two Minnesota mines to produce a new kind of iron ore feedstock now used in the majority of the nation's steel mills. The specialty “DR-grade” pellets are used to make a purer form of iron that is...

Cyberattack forces Iran steel company to halt production

Jun. 27, 2022 14:04 PM EDT

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — One of Iran’s major steel companies said Monday it was forced to halt production after being hit by a cyberattack that also targeted two other plants, apparently marking one of the biggest such assaults on the country’s strategic industrial sector in recent...

In climate fight, EU lawmakers back stricter emission caps

Jun. 22, 2022 12:43 PM EDT

BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union lawmakers stepped up the fight against global warming Wednesday by requiring deeper emission cuts from power plants, factories and planes in the EU and by endorsing an unprecedented import tax. The European Parliament advanced draft climate...

'The impossible': Ukraine's secret, deadly rescue missions

Jun. 22, 2022 04:26 AM EDT

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — As was his habit before each flight, the veteran Ukrainian army pilot ran a hand along the fuselage of his Mi-8 helicopter, caressing the heavy transporter’s metal skin to bring luck to him and his crew. They would need it. Their destination — a besieged...

Chevron donates equipment for offshore marine habitat

Jun. 15, 2022 16:38 PM EDT

PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP) — Surplus equipment from Chevron's Pascagoula Refinery is getting a new purpose. Five carbon-steel structures from a recent refinery project were slated to be recycled. That’s until a Chevron worker suggested repurposing the equipment as artificial fishing...

South Korean truckers end 8-day strike, return to work

Jun. 14, 2022 22:51 PM EDT

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Truckers in South Korea ended an eight-day strike that caused major disruptions to domestic production and cargo transport, their union and the government announced after negotiations Tuesday. Thousands of truckers joined the nationwide strike, calling for...