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Facts about Russia-Ukraine conflict: Soldiers freed in Russia-Ukraine prisoner swap

Xinhua 05 Feb 2023
Andriy Yermak, head of the Ukrainian President's Office, said in a Telegram post that 116 Ukrainians returned home, whereas Russia's state news agency TASS said that 63 Russian servicemen were released ... News ... Facts about Russia-Ukraine conflict. Soldiers freed in Russia-Ukraine prisoner swap.
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Odesa Power Station Catches Fire, Plunging 500,000 Into Darkness

Beijing News 05 Feb 2023
Russia has formally integrated occupied areas of Ukraine into Russia's Southern Military District, the British Defense Ministry said Saturday in its daily intelligence report ... The report said the move is "unlikely to have an immediate impact," however, on Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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Nearly 200 soldiers freed in Russia-Ukraine prisoner swap

Sina 05 Feb 2023
Andriy Yermak, head of the Ukrainian President's Office, said in a Telegram post that 116 Ukrainians returned home, whereas Russia's state news agency TASS said that 63 Russian servicemen were released.
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Funeral held for Belarusian activist killed in Ukraine

Federal News Radio 05 Feb 2023
Moscow has said its main goal is to capture the eastern Donetsk province which it considers a part of Russia. Lobau is the latest casualty of the Kalinowsky Regiment, the unit named after a prominent Belarusian revolutionary who initiated an uprising against imperial Russia in the late 1800s ... Federal News Network's DoD Cloud Exchange ... World News.
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US warns Turkiye on exports seen to boost Russia’s war effort

Dawn 05 Feb 2023
There is no surprise...that Russia is actively looking to leverage the historic economic ties it has in Turkiye,” the official said ... Citing Russian customs records, this news agency reported in December that at least $2.6 billion of computer and other electronic components flowed into Russia in the seven months to Oct 31.
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Magnitude 5.4 Earthquake Recorded Off Eastern Coast of Russia's Kamchatka - Seismologists

Urdu Point 05 Feb 2023
PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKIY (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 05th February, 2023) KAMCHATSKIY, Russia, February 5 (Sputnik) - A 5.4 ...
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Ukraine's Zelenskiy says situation at the front getting tougher

Live Mint 05 Feb 2023
The invader is putting more and more of his forces into breaking down our defences,' Zelenskiy said in his nightly video address.'It is very difficult now in Bakhmut, Vuhledar, Lyman and other directions,' he continued.Earlier in the day, Deputy Defence Minister Hanna Malyar ...
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Ukraine's situation at the front is getting tougher, Zelenskiy says

Reuters 05 Feb 2023
The fighting around Bakhmut has been costly for Russia in terms of soldiers' lives, the Kremlin admitted. Russia's independent news outlet Meduza reported in late January that some 40,000 of the 50,000 recruits by the powerful Wagner private military group involved in the campaign there were either dead or missing.
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Zelenskyy says situation in Ukraine’s east ‘getting tougher’

Al Jazeera 05 Feb 2023
The fighting around Bakhmut has been costly for Russia in terms of soldiers’ lives, the Kremlin admitted. Russia’s independent news outlet Meduza reported in late January that some 40,000 of the 50,000 recruits by the powerful Wagner private military group involved in the campaign there were either dead or missing.
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Savannah River Site pit production mission could last for 30 years or longer

The Post and Courier 04 Feb 2023
He said that's because, for the first time, the country faces a threat from two powers, Russia and China, armed with a large amount of nuclear weapons. "As you probably saw yesterday, the State Department declared Russia non-compliant with their obligations under NEWSTART," Rose said ... Local News ... Local News ... Local News.
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Russian Ambassador: Canada Sanctions Illegitimate, But West Has Long Forgotten Int'l Law

Urdu Point 04 Feb 2023
WASHINGTON (UrduPoint News / ... In a new batch of Russia-related sanctions announced on Friday, the Canadian government targeted 38 individuals and 16 entities, including the Rossiya Segodnya news agency as well as several journalists.
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Russia Has Potential in Gas, Oil Fields to Develop Ties With Africa - Foreign Ministry

Urdu Point 04 Feb 2023
CAIRO (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 04th February, 2023) Russia has much potential in the oil and gas spheres to develop relations with African states, Oleg Ozerov, Russian ambassador-at-large and the head of the Russia-Africa partnership forum, told Sputnik ... The official also noted that Russia has started exporting fertilizers to African countries.
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The Ukraine Conflict. Two Uncommon Perspectives on the Great Tragedy

GlobalResearch 04 Feb 2023
Am I speaking of the “Special Military Operation” by Russia a year ago this month? ... As discussed on the Global Research News Hour and throughout Global Research, it is important to take this information into consideration before coming to the conclusion that Russia blazed into battle a year ago simply as a first step in rebuilding the Soviet Empire.
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DR Congo Wants Russia to Invest in Energy, Mining - Ambassador

Urdu Point 04 Feb 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 04th February, 2023) The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is inviting Russia to invest in its energy and mining ...
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US Treasury Official Warns Turkish Firms of Risks Associated With Exporting to Russia

Urdu Point 04 Feb 2023
... and re-exports to Russia increases their sanctions risk. WASHINGTON (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 04th February, 2023) A senior US Treasury official during a visit to Turkey warned banks and businesses that the rise in exports and re-exports to Russia increases their sanctions risk.

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