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Trip to UK shows how much COVID-19 has changed London

It was as if COVID-19, Brexit and the invasion of Ukraine had caused a huge sink-hole through which many things were beginning to disappear

By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
11/08/2022

Planned drone factory is boost for Ukraine, as Kremlin threatens to destroy it, analysts say

The Bayraktar TB2 UAV has played a prominent role in Kyiv’s attacks on Russian forces

By KRISTINA JOVANOVSKI/THE MEDIA LINE
11/08/2022

Ukraine accuses Russia of using nuclear plant for deadly rocket attack

"The cowardly Russians can't do anything more so they strike towns ignobly hiding at the Zaporizhzhia atomic power station," Zelensky said.

By REUTERS
10/08/2022

In Ukraine, Jewish charity buys 40 electric cars to manage rising costs of delivering aid

Chabad-affiliated Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine has spent over $2 million buying a fleet of 40 electric cars to combat rising fuel costs.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
10/08/2022

Ukraine calls for international mission to damaged power plant

Russia is ready to facilitate a visit of the International Atomic Energy Agency to the Zaporizhzhia plant, the RIA news quoted Russia's representative to IAEA.

By REUTERS
08/08/2022

UN chief demands access to Ukraine nuclear plant after new attack

Kyiv, Moscow trade blame for hits on Zaporizhzhia site • Four ships with Ukrainian food sail from Black Sea ports

By REUTERS
08/08/2022

UN nuclear watchdog warns on Ukraine plant; Russia shells several towns

The fighting over Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in the south, occupied by Russia, has raised fears of disaster. * Clashes continue in south, east.

By REUTERS
07/08/2022

Moscow, Kyiv exchange accusations after Ukrainian nuclear plant shelled

The nearby city of Enerhodar and the nuclear plant were seized by invading Russian troops in early March, and are still close to the frontline.

By REUTERS
05/08/2022
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Amnesty International accuses Ukraine of basing troops in residential areas

Amnesty workers say they witnessed Ukrainian forces "establishing bases and operating weapons systems" in some populated residential areas.

By REUTERS
05/08/2022

Hate speech against Israeli Russians up nearly 300% since Ukraine war - report

Social media engagements including hate speech against Russians jumped by about 270%, while hate speech against asylum seekers also increased by 25%.

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