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The body camera of the captive medic shows the horror of Mariupol

By Vasilisa Stepanenko and Laurie Hennant May 19, 2022 GMT https://apnews.com/article/mariupol-medic-body-camera-036cf9f28180e9525760d68bddbe4ee4 KHARKIV, Ukraine (AFP) – A famous Ukrainian doctor recorded her time in Mariupol on a data card no larger than a miniature, smuggled into the world in a tampon. It is now in the hands of Russia, at a time when Mariupol itself was … Read more

Tea and commercials: North Korea is fighting COVID with a few tools

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – On a recent night’s visit to a pharmacy, double-masked Kim Jong-un lamented the slow delivery of medicines. Separately, aides to the North Korean leader have quarantined hundreds of thousands of suspected COVID-19 patients He urged people with mild symptoms to eat willow leaves or honeysuckle. Despite what North Korean propaganda … Read more

Number of suspected cases in North Korea of ​​COVID-19 approaches 2 million

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Thursday reported another 262,270 suspected cases of COVID-19 as its epidemic cases approached two million — a week after the country acknowledged the outbreak and scrambled to slow infections among its unvaccinated population. The country is also trying to prevent its fragile economy from deteriorating further, but … Read more

Biden is turning his attention back to Asia after months of focusing on Russia’s war in Ukraine

Biden’s discontinuation of two loyal US allies – South Korea and Japan – is intended to bolster partnerships at a moment of global instability. While Biden and his team have spent much of their time and resources on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, provocations from North Korea have intensified and China continues to project its … Read more

Russia says more Ukrainian fighters have surrendered in Mariupol

Ukrainian soldiers, many of whom were wounded, moved to Russian-controlled towns The United States reopens the Kyiv embassy Ukraine says saboteurs targeted a Russian armored train Kyiv/MARIPOL, Ukraine, May 19 (Reuters) – Nearly 700 additional Ukrainian fighters have surrendered in Russia-controlled Mariupol, Moscow said, as it consolidated major gains in the south, while the United … Read more

The European Union rushes to draw up a $300 billion roadmap to get rid of Russian energy

Brussels (AFP) – The European Union’s executive arm moved on Wednesday to move the 27-nation bloc’s plans to ditch Russian energy amid the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine.By proposing a package worth about 300 billion euros ($315 billion) that would include more efficient use of fuels and a faster roll out of renewable energy. The European … Read more

Critical climate indicators break records in 2021, says UN | climate crisis

Critical global indicators of the climate crisis broke records in 2021, according to a United Nations report, from rising oceans to levels of greenhouse emissions in the atmosphere. These are clear signs of humanity’s impact on the planet, which has had long-lasting effects, said the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO). severe weatherDescribed by the … Read more

NATO talks with Finland and Sweden are stalled but will continue

Diplomats said NATO envoys failed to reach consensus on Wednesday on starting membership talks with Finland and Sweden, as Turkey renewed its objections. The accession of the two Scandinavian countries. The envoys met at NATO headquarters in Brussels after the ambassadors of Finland and Sweden submitted written requests to join the military organization, in a … Read more

The fall of Mariupol is imminent; Russian soldier pleads guilty

A Russian sergeant on Wednesday pleaded guilty in Ukraine’s first war crimes trial to fatal shooting of an unarmed civilian in the northeastern Sumy region four days after the invasion began. Vadim Shishimarin, 21, may be sentenced to life in prison for the shooting of the 62-year-old Ukrainian man. Prosecutors say Shchechymarin was among a … Read more

Stocks rebound fades, dollar rises as growth fears return

LONDON (Reuters) – A stock rally ran out of steam on Wednesday as concerns about the outlook for economic growth and rising inflation dampened sentiment, while the UK’s 9% inflation reading underlined how far higher interest rates could go. European stocks were mostly lower and Wall Street futures point to a weaker open. Several analysts … Read more