Ukraine War Latest News and Headlines for Oct. 27, 2022 – Bloomberg

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The remains of a Russian helicopter stored in the car park of the Retroville shopping center in Kyiv.
Photographer: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
President Joe Biden, asked whether Russian leader Vladimir Putin was sincere in saying he has no intention of using nuclear or chemical weapons in Ukraine, said: “If he has no intention, why’s he keep talking about it?” 
Putin said Thursday that there was no need for Russia to launch a nuclear strike on Ukraine, and denied his country had ever discussed the use of atomic weapons in the war, now in its ninth month.

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