The US Senate advances $95 billion. Following the failure of the border deal, Ukraine and Israel have proposed an aid bill

The U.S. Senate advanced a $95.34 billion bill including aid for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan.

Republicans previously blocked a broader bill that included immigration policy reforms.

The procedural motion passed with a 67-32 vote, exceeding the 60-vote threshold.

Seventeen Republicans surprisingly voted in favor after blocking the bill on Wednesday.

The bill is crucial for national security and humanitarian aid, according to Schumer.

Final passage timing in the Senate remains uncertain; weekend sessions are possible.

The aid bill includes significant allocations for Ukraine, Israel, and Indo-Pacific partners.

Challenges loom in the House, where some Republicans, including Speaker Mike Johnson, have opposed Ukraine aid.

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