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UNCTAD: War in Ukraine Disrupts Global Supply Chains

The Maritime Executive 02 Jul 2022
Major ports in Europe are grappling with a warehousing and storage capacity crises due to Russia and Ukraine cargo pile up, a situation that has disrupted container shipping operations and thrown global value chains into disarray, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has said.
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Ukraine says Russian missiles kill 21 near Odessa

The News International 02 Jul 2022
Ukraine on Friday asked Turkey to detain a Russian-flagged cargo ship that Kyiv alleged had set off from the Kremlin-occupied port of Berdyansk. The head of the Russia-installed administration in the occupied region of southeastern Ukraine on Thursday said a first merchant ship had left Berdyansk carrying 7,000 tonnes of grain.
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Snake Island is free, but Biden still needs a plan to break Putin’s blockade

New York Post 02 Jul 2022
ukraine war ... Boris Johnson blames Ukraine war on Putin’s ‘toxic masculinity ... US or NATO ships might serve as escorts for commercial traffic, significantly raising the costs for Putin to continue the blockade ... It might arrange for NATO members to provide Ukraine more Harpoon anti-ship missiles.
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Russian Missile Strike in Odesa Kills at Least 21

Beijing News 02 Jul 2022
Russian missile strikes killed at least 21 people and injured dozens in Ukraine's Odesa region Friday ... The missile struck the 9-story building in the town of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi, according to a Ukraine Defense Ministry statement ... Russia has denied targeting civilians since it invaded Ukraine in late February ... Latest Developments in Ukraine.
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Ukraine-Russia war live news: Blasts rock Ukraine’s Mykolaiv

Al Jazeera 02 Jul 2022
20 mins ago (06.29 GMT) Ukraine requests Turkey detain Russian-flagged ship. Ukraine has requested that Turkey detain and arrest the Russian-flagged cargo ship Zhibek Zholy carrying a cargo of Ukrainian grain taken from the Russian-occupied port of Berdyansk, according to a Ukrainian official and document seen by Reuters.
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Russian Missile Strikes Kill at Least 21in Odesa

Beijing News 02 Jul 2022
At least 21 people were killed and dozens injured early Friday in Russian missile strikes in Ukraine's Odesa region ... The nine-story residential building is in the town of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi, according to a Ukraine Defense Ministry statement ... Developing nations, especially in the Middle East, depend on Ukraine and Russia for their wheat.
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Ukraine’s victory on Snake Island could be war’s key tipping point

Irish Independent 02 Jul 2022
Ukraine’s victory on Snake Island could be critical to reopening shipping lanes to grain trapped on the docks of Odesa. It could also spell the end of Vladimir Putin’s ambitions to invade southern Ukraine.Russia says it has lost interest in the island in the ...
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Ukraine leader accuses Russia of ‘terror’ in missile strike that killed 21

Manila Standard 02 Jul 2022
The attacks follow global outrage earlier this week when a Russian strike destroyed a shopping centre in Kremenchuk, central Ukraine, killing at least 18 civilians ... Ukraine on Friday asked Turkey to detain a Russian-flagged cargo ship that Kyiv alleged had set off from the Kremlin-occupied port of Berdyansk.
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Ukraine leader accuses Russia of 'terror' in missile strike that killed 21

Manila Bulletin 02 Jul 2022
The attacks follow global outrage earlier this week when a Russian strike destroyed a shopping centre in Kremenchuk, central Ukraine, killing at least 18 civilians ... Ukraine on Friday asked Turkey to detain a Russian-flagged cargo ship that Kyiv alleged had set off from the Kremlin-occupied port of Berdyansk.
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Daewoo Cancels Second LNG Carrier Order Linked to Sovcomflot

The Maritime Executive 02 Jul 2022
In a stock exchange filing dated June 30, DSME reported, “As the ship owner ... Sovcomflot has been unable to proceed with payments since the spring of 2022 after western sanctions against the state-owned shipping company were tightened in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine.
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US to send USD 820 million additional military assistance to Ukraine

Beijing News 02 Jul 2022
The United States on Friday announced that it will provide Ukraine with USD 820 million in new military aid as Russia's invasion of the country stretches into its fifth month ... Snake Island, a tiny piece of land about 25 miles off Ukraine's southeastern coast, sits on a major shipping lane and is an important access point to the key port of Odesa.
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Russian missiles kill 21 near Odesa

Gulf Daily News 02 Jul 2022
Among the fatalities was an employee of the Children’s Rehabilitation Centre set up by Ukraine’s neighbour Moldova in the resort ... Ukraine said a Russian-flagged cargo ship, the Zhibek Zholy, had left the Russian-occupied port of Berdyansk with a cargo of Ukrainian grain.
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Miami trauma surgeon went to Ukraine to work on war victims

The Dispatch 02 Jul 2022
“I heard a lot of people talking (about Ukraine) ... For Ginzburg, the connection to Ukraine is personal ... Most of the patients were shipped in from hundreds of miles away, from eastern Ukraine, where the fighting has been the heaviest and where medical care is scarce as Russian forces have bombed hospitals and clinics ... PLANS TO RETURN TO UKRAINE.
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Times Square among where New York may ban concealed guns

Rumble 02 Jul 2022
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