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LATEST NEWSJul 9, 2022

US Sending $400 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine to Bolster High-Precision Capabilities

The United States is sending more military aid to Ukraine aimed at helping Ukrainian forces target, disrupt and destroy Russia's ability to wage war in the Donbas region and beyond. ...

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Ukrainian Cities Hit By Deadly Airstrikes As Russian Forces Continue Push To Seize Donbas

Russian forces used more air strikes to push ahead with their effort to take control of the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine amid a warning from Russian President Vladimir Putin that Russia has not yet started its campaign in earnest. ...

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Ukraine war: 'Please, let us in,' WHO issues plea to reach sick and injured

The UN health agency (WHO) issued an urgent appeal on Friday for access to sick and injured people caught up in the war in Ukraine, including "hundreds" of landmine victims, "premature babies, pregnant woman, older people, many of whom have been left behind". ...

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Russian FM rebukes 'frenzied' criticism of Russia at G20 meeting

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has rebuked his Western counterparts after they harshly criticized Moscow during a meeting of G20 foreign ministers over its military campaign in Ukraine. ...

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UN Aid to Millions of Syrians in Jeopardy

Humanitarian assistance for more than 4 million Syrians living in opposition-held areas appeared in jeopardy Friday, after Russia vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution that would have extended the mission for another year. ...

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PLA holds joint drills around Taiwan over US senator visit: Chinese military

The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) conducted large-scale drills around Taiwan in response to a US senator's recent visit to the island, both the Chinese military and the Foreign Ministry announced on Friday, while the Taiwan Affairs Office expressed opposition to the US' interfering with the Taiwan question. ...

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Ghana prepares for possible first-ever Marburg virus outbreak

Preliminary findings of two Marburg virus cases have prompted Ghana to prepare for a potential outbreak of the disease. If confirmed, these would the first such infections recorded in the country, and only the second in West Africa. Marburg is a highly infectious viral haemorrhagic fever in the same family as the more well-known Ebola virus disease. ...

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