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Guterres: Ukraine war could widen, world needs renewable energy revolution

La Prensa Latina 07 Feb 2023
United Nations, Feb 6 (EFE).- United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Monday, in a speech presenting his priorities for 2023, warned the General Assembly that there is a strong possibility that the conflict in Ukraine could worsen and become a “wider war.”.
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Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 349 of the invasion

The Guardian 07 Feb 2023
Intense fighting continues in eastern city of Bakhmut; EU preparing for potential visit by Zelenskiy to Brussels on Thursday ....
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Mayor of Ukrainian city where civilians were slaughtered visits NY, demands Russia face war tribunal

New York Post 07 Feb 2023
ukraine ... Russia looted thousands of items worth millions from Ukraine museums ... ukraine war ... “But this is not just a war between Ukraine and Russia ... ukraine war ... Fedoruk’s trip was funded by US-based nonprofit Ukraine Friends, which has donated dozens of ambulances in the war-ravaged nation since the start of Russia’s invasion.
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Americans still back Ukraine, but fractures form over aid, poll shows

New York Post 07 Feb 2023
ukraine war ... Ukraine’s defense ministry in turmoil at key point in war ... Almost two-thirds (65%) of Americans would rather see the US keep boosting Ukraine against its larger adversary, while 31% said they’d prefer the US help to end the war quickly, even if it meant Russia held onto Ukrainian territory.
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Most Republican voters oppose 'providing more funding and weapons to Ukraine'

Raw Story 07 Feb 2023
Across the Republican party, there even has been growing public conversation about allowing Russia obtain current portions of Ukraine as part of a possible peace deal to end the war. This is because Republicans have a less favorable view of how the war is going for Ukraine as only ...
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Russia ‘eradicating’ towns in Donbas as battle for eastern Ukraine heats up

New York Post 07 Feb 2023
ukraine war. Support for US aid to Ukraine divided among party lines ... Mayor of Ukrainian city where civilians were slaughtered visits NY, demands Russia face war tribunal. Ukraine’s defense ministry in turmoil at key point in war. 5 injured as Russian missiles strike residential area in center of key Ukraine city.
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This Morning vet Scott Miller recounts traumatic trip to war-torn Ukraine to treat and rescue ...

The Daily Mail 07 Feb 2023
Television vet Scott Miller was compelled to travel to war-torn Ukraine after seeing heartbreaking pictures of abandoned pets after people fled their homes in fear ... 'Everyone said I was absolutely crazy to go to Ukraine, because it is an active war zone, but I just felt compelled.
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We've never been more vulnerable to attack in my lifetime. So how have Conservatives let ...

The Daily Mail 07 Feb 2023
The British Army could not even deploy a division with the capability to fight a war within six months ... Now the West must give Ukraine everything else it needs to win the war, writes GENERAL SIR RICHARD SHIRREFF ... War With Russia, I envisaged a crisis similar to the one we now face in Ukraine and imagined deploying a British carrier to the Baltic Sea.
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Russian forces keep up pressure as Ukraine anniversary nears

The Paducah Sun 07 Feb 2023
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces are keeping Ukrainian troops tied down with attacks in the eastern Donbas region as Moscow assembles additional combat power there for an expected offensive in the coming weeks, Ukrainian officials said Monday ... Follow AP’s coverage of the war in Ukraine. https.//apnews.com/hub/russia-ukraine.
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US Vice President Harris to Attend Munich Security Conference, Give Speech - Statement

Urdu Point 07 Feb 2023
"In addition to delivering a speech as part of the conference, the Vice President will meet with foreign leaders and continue our intensive diplomatic engagement with allies and partners regarding the war in Ukraine as well as other ...
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Swiss neutrality on the line as ‘arms for Ukraine’ debate heats up

Dawn 07 Feb 2023
Switzerland is close to breaking with centuries of tradition as a neutral state, as a pro-Ukraine shift in the public and political mood puts pressure on the government to end a ban on exports of Swiss weapons to war zones ... It operates a separate embargo on arms sales to Ukraine and Russia ... “We shouldn’t have the veto to stop others helping Ukraine.
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With Orthodoxy Torn Apart in Ukraine, Mediation is Needed to Heal It

Bitter Winter English 07 Feb 2023
Under the rule of former KGB officer Vladimir Putin, the politicization of the Church, while not endorsed by all Russian Orthodox clergy, is now reflected in Moscow Patriarch Kirill’s virulent pro-war utterances, including his promise that dying in the service of Russia’s assault on Ukraine “washes away all sins.”.
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UN chief fears world is heading toward a wider war

Arab News 07 Feb 2023
The United Nations chief warned Monday that the world is facing a convergence of challenges “unlike any in our lifetimes” and expressed fear of a wider war as the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approaches ... He pointed to the war in Ukraine, “runaway climate ...
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“If Ukraine had had enough weapons last February, we would have ended the war in April”

The Eastern Herald 07 Feb 2023
... community sensed the approach of a critical moment in this brutal war.

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