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The final straw for thatched cottages? Treasured feature of chocolate-box villages is under threat...

The Daily Mail 21 Jul 2024
The cost of straw imported from abroad has also been pushed up by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and attacks on cargo ships by Houti rebels in the Red Sea ... Wet weather, the war in Ukraine, Brexit, ...
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Scenery Hill environmental activist ‘busy as ever’

Observer-Reporter 21 Jul 2024
Lois Bower-Bjornson wants to clear the air about the environment. It is not as clean as she believes it should be ... Bower-Bjornson contends “there is no safe way to do fracking ... It is being shipped to Ukraine and elsewhere across the sea.” ... ....
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China’s Long March through the Global South

Asiatimes 21 Jul 2024
We can’t produce enough artillery shells to supply Ukraine. China can make as many ship-killer missiles as it wants ... We put tariffs on goods from China, so China instead shipped components to Mexico, ...
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Russia may arm Houthi rebels with advanced anti-ship missiles, report says

Business Insider 20 Jul 2024
Mohammed HamoudRussia is debating arming Yemen's Houthi rebels with anti-ship missiles, US intelligence has said.It likely comes in response to Biden approving Ukraine's use of US weapons on Russian ...
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Russian Anti-Ship Missiles For Houthis? Far-Right Israeli Leader Mocks Tel Aviv Drone Strike Victim

News18 20 Jul 2024
US intelligence agencies warned that Russia might arm the Houthi militants in Yemen with advanced anti-ship missiles ... July 19 as they escalate attacks on Red Sea shipping.
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Blinken says Gaza cease-fire deal ‘inside the 10-yard line’

The Spokesman-Review 20 Jul 2024
... States to supply Ukraine for the next decade ... support of Ukraine, was contemplating sending arms, including ship-killing missiles, to the Houthis in Yemen, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
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Ukraine’s Sea Baby drones get deadlier with 1-ton payload, 620-mile reach

Interesting Engineering 19 Jul 2024
The reason for pulling back the fleet is the alleged heavy use of aerial drones, sea drones, and anti-ship missiles by Ukraine on Russian ships.  ... Drones have been used at an unprecedented scale in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.
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Ukraine grain exports leap in the year since shipping deal with Russia expired

Splash24/7 19 Jul 2024
New data from Greek shipping platform Signal (see chart below) shows how Ukraine has managed to increase grain exports in the 12 months since the shipping deal it had in place with its invading enemy, Russia, came to an end.
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Ukraine delivers 1,000 tonnes of wheat flour to Palestine

Middle East Monitor 19 Jul 2024
In an announcement on his Telegram channel today, Andriy Yermak, Ukraine’s Head of the Office of the President, revealed that a ship carrying 1,000 ...
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How Kyiv drove Russia’s fleet out of Crimea

Arab News 19 Jul 2024
In October 2022, Ukraine used unmanned naval drones to severely damage a Ropucha-class landing ship in Novorossiysk, the first time in the history of naval warfare that a drone had struck an enemy vessel.
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UK Adds 11 Designations To Russia Sanctions List

MENA FN 19 Jul 2024
(MENAFN - The Peninsula). QNA. London. Britain added 11 new shipping sanctions under its Russia sanctions regime related to the war in Ukraine, an official notice showed on Thursday. The ... .
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Russia has upper hand in ground war – but not at sea

Asiatimes 19 Jul 2024
The past few days have marked a significant moment in the maritime war between Russia and Ukraine. On Monday, July 15, Ukraine’s navy spokesman, Dmytro Pletenchuk, claimed ... How geeks of war mobilized Ukraine drone operations.
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Ukraine War: Russia Leads in Ground War - But at Sea It’s a Different Story

The Maritime Executive 19 Jul 2024
The past few days have marked a significant moment in the maritime war between Russia and Ukraine. On Monday July 15, Ukraine’s navy spokesman, Dmytro Pletenchuk, claimed ... Yet Ukraine’s constant successes at sea are meaningful.
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The D Brief: Europe’s defense ‘awakening’; Houthis hit Israel; Ukraine’s shell shortage; Farnborough preview; And ...

Defense One 19 Jul 2024
“While future military aid to Ukraine hangs in the balance, conversations about how allies can collectively produce more weapons will likely take place on the sidebars of the show, as U.S.
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Misguided fears over RNC platform

Taipei Times 19 Jul 2024
He called for Taiwan to “pay for [its] defense,” despite the US$19.7 billion backlog of munitions Taiwan has already paid for, while US-taxpayer-funded orders have jumped the queue to ship arms to Ukraine and Israel.
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