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After a three-month war in Ukraine, life in Russia has changed dramatically

After a three-month war in Ukraine, life in Russia has changed dramatically – Mail Bonus

When Vladimir Putin announced the invasion of Ukraine, war seemed far away from Russian territory. Yet within a few days, the conflict came home – not with missiles and grenades, but in the form of unprecedented and unexpectedly extensive sanctions by Western governments and economic penalties from companies. Three months after the February 24 invasion, …

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Theories emerge about mysterious liver diseases in children

Theories emerge about mysterious liver diseases in children – Mail Bonus

Health authorities are still at a loss as to the mysterious cases of severe liver damage in hundreds of young children around the world. The best available evidence points to a fairly common gastrointestinal disorder that is not known to cause liver problems in otherwise healthy children. This virus was found in the blood of …

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Ukraine rejects concessions as Russia attacks east

Ukraine rejects concessions as Russia attacks east – Mail Bonus

Ukraine ruled out a ceasefire or concession to Moscow as Russia intensified its attacks in the east and south of the country, beating the Donbas and Mykolaiv regions with airstrikes and artillery fire. Kyiv’s stance has become increasingly inflexible in recent weeks as Russia faces military strikes as Ukrainian officials feared they could be pressured …

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Arunachal jewel in the crown of India;  people greet with "Jai Hind" instead of "Namaste": Amit Shah

Arunachal jewel in the crown of India; people greet with “Jai Hind” instead of “Namaste”: Amit Shah – Mail Bonus

Amit Shah, the union’s interior minister, said on Sunday that Arunachal Pradesh was “a jewel in India’s crown” and said on Sunday that people in the northeastern province of China were filled with patriotism and greeted with “Jai Hind” instead of the usual “Namaste”. Speaking at a meeting after signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) …

Arunachal jewel in the crown of India; people greet with “Jai Hind” instead of “Namaste”: Amit Shah

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South Korea's Yoon Biden has vowed to block North Korea while offering COVID-19 assistance

South Korea’s Yoon Biden has vowed to block North Korea while offering COVID-19 assistance – Mail Bonus

President Joe Biden and his new South Korean counterpart on Saturday agreed to hold larger military exercises and use more US weapons if necessary to deter North Korea, at the same time as they offered to send COVID-19 vaccines and possibly meet with Kim Jong Un. Biden and Yoon Suk-yeol said their decades-old alliance needed …

South Korea’s Yoon Biden has vowed to block North Korea while offering COVID-19 assistance

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Finns say Russia is stopping natural gas supplies

Finns say Russia is stopping natural gas supplies – Mail Bonus

Russia will block natural gas supplies to Finland after the Nordic country that applied for NATO membership this week rejected President Vladimir Putin’s demand to pay in rubles, the Finnish state-owned energy company said on Friday, the latest escalation of European energy in Ukraine’s war. . Finland is the latest country to lose its energy …

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Monkey pox is spreading in the West and African scientists are amazed

Monkey pox is spreading in the West and African scientists are amazed – Mail Bonus

As more cases of monkey pox are diagnosed in Europe and North America, some scientists who have observed numerous epidemics in Africa say they are surprised by the spread of the unusual disease in the West. Cases of smallpox have not been seen before in people with no ties to Central and West Africa. But …

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"We are going to die": Food shortages increase Sri Lanka's difficulties

“We are going to die”: Food shortages increase Sri Lanka’s difficulties – Mail Bonus

The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka has warned of a food shortage as the island nation is facing a devastating economic crisis and has promised that the government will buy enough fertilizer for the next planting season to increase yields. A decision by President Gotabaya Rajapaksa in April last year to ban all chemical fertilizers …

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The final decision lies with the President if the Council of Ministers and LG have differing opinions: Supreme Court Delhi

The final decision lies with the President if the Council of Ministers and LG have differing opinions: Supreme Court Delhi – Mail Bonus

If there is a dispute between the Council of Ministers under the leadership of the Prime Minister and the Deputy Governor, the final decision will lie with the President and will be binding on them, the Supreme Court said on Thursday. The Supreme Court also said that it was expected that the Governor of the …

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Sri Lanka falls into arrears, warns that inflation could rise to 40%

Sri Lanka falls into arrears, warns that inflation could rise to 40% – Mail Bonus

Sri Lanka has gone bankrupt for the first time in its history as the government struggles to halt an economic collapse that has sparked mass protests and a political crisis. Policy makers had informed creditors that the nation would not be able to pay until the debt has been restructured and is therefore in default, …

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