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Last power unit switched off at Zaporozhye nuclear plant

The last working power unit was switched off at the Russia-controlled Zaporozhye nuclear power station early on Sunday, the local authorities and the plant’s Ukrainian operator said. The sixth reactor “was stopped at 3:45am. Now it doesn’t generate electricity,” Vladimir Rogov, a member of the Zaporozhye Region administration, told RIA-Novosti. …

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German recession ‘inevitable’ – Deutsche Bank

The engine of European economic development, Germany, is set for a contraction, Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing warned this week, as cited by CNBC. According to the media outlet, Sewing said in a speech at the Handelsblatt Banking Summit in Frankfurt that the war in Ukraine “destroyed a number of certainties” …

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National guard soldier dead after attack in Russian region

A Russian national guard service member has died of his injuries in hospital after he and his colleague were attacked by unknown assailants on Friday. Taking to Telegram on Saturday, Russia’s Investigative Committee revealed that a criminal probe had been launched into the assault.  “According to the information at hand, …

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Poland claims to be ‘locomotive of development’ in Europe

Poland has become the “locomotive of development” for the whole of Europe, and its “importance” is ever growing, the country’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has declared. Unlike Warsaw, Berlin has been too shaky in its stance on Ukraine, while its energy policy is in “ruins” altogether, he told Der Spiegel …

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160 arrested in US human trafficking sting

Polk County Sheriff’s Office and other authorities in the US state of Florida have rounded up 160 people in a week-long human trafficking sting operation dubbed Fall Haul 2, County Sheriff Grady Judd announced on Friday in a press conference.  Those charged included a Disney employee, multiple school teachers, a …

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Zelensky lauds ‘liberation’ of Ukraine amid Kharkov offensive

President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky has celebrated the advance of his troops amid the ongoing large-scale offensive in Kherson Region in the country’s east. “The movement of our soldiers continues in different directions of the front. To date, as part of active operations since the beginning of September, about 2,000 …

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West pressuring Serbia over Kosovo – president

Western European powers backed by the US and Turkey are trying to railroad Serbia into signing an agreement with the breakaway province of Kosovo as soon as possible, the country’s president, Aleksandar Vucic, has claimed. The West is eager to end the conflict between Belgrade and Pristina so it can …

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Germany ‘prepared’ for Russian gas shutdown – Scholz

Germany can cope with the current energy crisis, and is ready to deal with a potential Russian natural gas shutdown, the Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Saturday. “We live in serious times… But we are prepared. Prepared, for example, for Russia to largely cut off gas supplies because of the …

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Russian military explains partial withdrawal

The Russian Defense Ministry has confirmed withdrawal of troops from multiple locations across Ukraine’s Kharkov region. The development comes amid a Ukrainian offensive in the area. “In order to achieve the goals of the special military operation, a decision was made to regroup troops in the areas of Balakleya and Izyum …

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Kiev reveals how many military draftees tried to flee Ukraine illegally

Thousands of Ukrainian men trying to dodge the military draft have been detained at their country’s border since late February, the country’s authorities have revealed. According to an infographic and a statement accompanying it, published by Ukraine’s State Border Service on Saturday, “since the introduction of martial law border guards …

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