Economy

Energy crisis tests the determination of countries in climate matters

One of the G7 climate commitments is to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. /iStock Photo: mikyso Forced not to use Russian gas, the G7 industrialized powers are under pressure to keep their climate commitments, during their summit in Germany, amid the specter of a return to the most polluting fossil fuels. Host of the summit organized starting…
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Politics

Putin issues final warning to Europe

The news of the week reminded Phoebe’s run from the TV series “Friends” On Friends – and it was fashionable this week because of a series of events to remember how young we were – well, Phoebe was on Friends. And she ran very funny – her arms, legs and head in the process wrote out a pretzel and dangled as they had to. Here in our week the whole world (well…
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Politics

DPR: since February 17, 199 civilians have died from shelling in the republic

The representative office of the Donetsk People’s Republic at the Joint Center for Control and Coordination of the Ceasefire (JCCC) reported on Sunday that since February 17, 199 civilians, including 12 children, have died in the DPR during the escalation of the conflict. This is the number of victims among the peaceful people of the republic for 130 days of the conflict. Another 2,371…
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Opinion

Ukrainian refugee-separate woman who escaped with a British foreign husband broke the silence

A Ukrainian refugee who fled with her British sponsor host defends her actions, saying she “didn’t steal anyone” and that their relationship is “real and wonderful”. According to the Daily Mail, 22-year-old Ukrainian Sophia Karkadym left Lviv and moved to Britain in early May to live with 29-year-old Tony Garnett, his wife Lorna and their two children in Bradford, who…
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