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Ukraine promises to export more grains to African countries | Russia-Ukraine war News

Many African countries depend heavily on grain imports from Russia and Ukraine and the war has disrupted global supply. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has promised that his country will do all it can to send more grain to Africa as he began his African tour this week in Senegal. After meeting with Senegal’s president […]

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‘Dilemma for the Russians’ after surrendering key Ukraine city | Russia-Ukraine war News

The recapture of Lyman city in the east – in territory recently annexed by Moscow – raises questions about how Russia can hold surrounding areas with supply routes severed. Questions about Russia’s faltering military operation in Ukraine continue to be raised as Kyiv announced it was in full control of the key eastern city of […]

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Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 219 | Russia-Ukraine war News

Here is the situation as it stands on Friday, September 30. Annexation Russian President Vladimir Putin took the intermediary step of signing decrees declaring the “independence” of the partially occupied Ukrainian regions of Kherson and Zaporizhia. The two regions are set to be incorporated into Russia along with the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Luhansk […]

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Nord Stream: Russia’s gas pipelines to Europe suffer mysterious leaks

Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2, key gas pipelines between Russia and Europe, have sprung large leaks within hours of each other, sparking fears of deliberate sabotage Humans 27 September 2022 By Matthew Sparkes Two key gas pipelines designed to bring Russian gas to Europe have developed leaks within hours of each other, prompting […]

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Putin’s nuclear threats raise the risk of disaster

Speaking in a rare, televised address on Wednesday, Putin warned that if the territorial integrity of Russia is threatened, the Kremlin would “certainly use all the means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. It is not a bluff.” Gavriil Grigorov | Afp | Getty Images Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ultimatum to the […]

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Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 197 | Russia-Ukraine war News

Here is the situation as it stands on Thursday, September 8. Fighting Diplomacy Russian President Vladimir Putin called Western sanctions imposed on his country following the invasion of Ukraine a “threat to the entire world”, adding that efforts to isolate Russia were “impossible” amid a pivot towards Asia. At a speech in Vladivostok, Putin also […]

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Ukraine’s partisans won’t win war but can ‘wreak havoc’: Analysts | Russia-Ukraine war News

From blowing up infrastructure and destroying arms depots, to spray-painting messages for the invading Russian forces, partisan activity is increasing in Ukraine, especially in the occupied southern parts. The Free Ukraine Resistance Movement, a citizen-led group, writes on its website: “We’ve literally ruined Putin’s plans to ruin Ukraine from inside … Even months before the […]

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Why has Russia cut off gas supplies to Europe?

Russia’s move to indefinitely suspend gas flows to Europe via Nord Stream 1 is seen as a further escalation of its policy to inflict economic pain to Germany. Lisi Niesner | Reuters Europe has been thrown into its biggest energy crisis in decades with natural gas supplies from Russia becoming volatile and unpredictable even before […]

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Ukraine nuclear plant loses power line, Moscow makes Europe sweat over gas

U.N. vehicles transporting members of the International Atomic Energy Agency inspection mission on a road outside Zaporizhzhia city in southern Ukraine on Sept. 1, 2022. Genya Savilov | Afp | Getty Images A nuclear power plant on the front line of the Ukraine war again lost external power, U.N. inspectors said on Saturday, fuelling fears […]

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EU urges China and India to support a price cap on Russian oil

BALI, Indonesia — The European Union on Saturday urged China and India to join the G-7 initiative to apply a cap on Russian oil prices, saying it is unfair for countries to pay excess revenues to Moscow amid the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine. The G-7 nations announced Friday that they agreed on a plan to […]

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