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Russian business offers cash bounties to destroy Western tanks in Ukraine

The Philadelphia Inquirer 30 Jan 2023
... or capture western-made tanks in Ukraine, after the Kremlin vowed Russian forces would wipe out any Western tanks shipped to Ukraine.
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Michigan man connects with volunteers to provide aid for Ukraine refugees

Detroit news 30 Jan 2023
Boyd Byelich was watching the news from his home in Roger City after Russia invaded Ukraine last February and he knew he needed to help ... The One Box for Ukraine initiative has shipped thousands of donated items to refugees and displaced people but more help is needed, Byelich said.
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How Russia dodges oil sanctions on an industrial scale

Live Mint 30 Jan 2023
In the year since the war in Ukraine began, once-dominant Western firms have pulled back from trading, shipping and insuring Russian oil.
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NATO Chief Urges South Korea to Provide Military Assistance to Ukraine

Urdu Point 30 Jan 2023
Stoltenberg arrived in South Korea with a two-day visit on Sunday to discuss issues concerning the situation on the Korean Peninsula and the Ukraine crisis ... In April 2022, Kiev asked Seoul to supply Ukraine with armored vehicles, anti-aircraft, anti-ship and anti-tank weapons, as well as help the country's air defense.
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Angus firm admits supplying equipment to Russia during trade ban

The Courier 30 Jan 2023
An oil and gas firm has admitted shipping equipment from Angus to Russia months after sanctions were announced in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine ... .
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£58,000 bounty on Western tanks: Russian company offers cash reward to first troops who destroy ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jan 2023
A Russian company today said it will offer five million roubles (£58,000) in cash to the first soldiers who destroy or capture Western tanks in Ukraine after the Kremlin vowed that any allied armoured vehicles shipped to Kyiv would 'burn' ... Berlin will initially supply at least 14 Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine (file image).
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The Impact of Autonomous Tech on Peacetime Naval Missions

The Maritime Executive 30 Jan 2023
According to the Defense Department, acquisition of the smart sea mines would help Australia deter China and other potential adversaries from sending ships and submarines to the nation’s waters. The so-called smart sea mines can differentiate between military targets and civilian ships.
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After tanks, Ukraine seeks warships from Germany

Anadolu Agency 29 Jan 2023
But still – with political will – it could be transferred to Ukraine to combat Russian submarines & war ships in the Black Sea,” Melnyk said on Twitter on Sunday ... Why not send one to Ukraine?” he said.
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Germany ‘could’ transfer 32-year-old frigate to Ukraine for war, Kiev says

Press TV 29 Jan 2023
Ukraine says “with political will” Germany could hand over a submarine and a decommissioned frigate to Kiev ... But still – with political will – it could be transferred to Ukraine to combat Russian submarines & war ships in the Black Sea.”. If not the entire ship, then “its weaponry like Sea Sparrow & Harpoon missiles,” he added.
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Ukraine should—and, properly supported, can—seize Crimea, argues Ben Hodges

Economist 29 Jan 2023
IT IS ALMOST one year since Russian troops invaded Ukraine ... The devastation has led some to call for Ukraine to sit down with Russia and negotiate peace ... That is because the Russians are able to interfere with activity in all of Ukraine’s ports from Crimea, disrupt shipping from places such as Odessa and block access to the Sea of Azov.
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How a Long Island Car Crash Saved a Family in Ukraine

The Daily Beast 29 Jan 2023
Lutskyi told her that the junked car had ended up in Ukraine and enabled him and his family to escape the horrors of war ... Labor is cheaper in Ukraine and people are generally more willing to do the work themselves, he explained ... 4, Savocchi’s Jetta and 700 other S-Line vehicles were aboard a ship that departed Newark, New Jersey, for Odessa.
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Cyprus shipping making waves

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 29 Jan 2023
Cyprus shipping, the steady driver of the economy, is sailing for better ...
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North Korea accuses US of fueling ‘proxy war’ to destroy Russia

New York Post 29 Jan 2023
of ramping up a “proxy war” to destroy Russia by providing Ukraine with an arsenal of tanks to combat Moscow’s forces. Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sibling of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said Washington crossed a “red line” by agreeing to ship the tanks off to Ukraine.
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UN condemns Russia for forcing Ukrainian children into adoption

New York Post 29 Jan 2023
ukraine war ... Russia wants to make Ukraine an ‘ungovernable wreck.’ Hungarian PM ... How we get Europe to ensure Ukraine’s post-war success ... He also said his agency has no idea how many children have been shipped out of Ukraine, because Russia has been tight-lipped about the practice.
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Int’l trade flows seen to further weaken in 2023

Sun Star 29 Jan 2023
The pandemic-induced lockdowns and the war in Ukraine have led to severe physical and logistical dislocations and worsened pre-existing bottlenecks,” it said ... “Possible further escalations in global energy prices caused by the protracted war in Ukraine may prevent shipping costs from returning to pre-crisis levels,” it added.

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