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In our make-believe politics, the strings pulled by the super-rich are all too visible

Dissident Voice 16 Jun 2024
... tens of thousands of Palestinian civilians in Gaza, including more than 15,000 children, have been shipping hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of armaments to Ukraine to assist its armed forces.
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Turkey considers leaving NATO for BRICS amid Putin’s Eurasian security plan

The Eastern Herald 15 Jun 2024
Turkey may abandon the “sinking ship” of NATO and join BRICS after the implementation of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s plan to create a new security system in Eurasia.
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‘We must go after everything Russian’ – UK’s Cameron

Russia Today 15 Jun 2024
The West must show Moscow that it stands “completely” behind Ukraine by sanctioning everything Russian it can, Britain’s foreign secretary David Cameron has said ... behind Ukraine.
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Can Ukraine find peace on a Swiss mountain?

RTE 15 Jun 2024
Turkey was instrumental in brokering the Black Sea Grain Initiative in July 2022 between Russia and Ukraine, which enabled commercial ships carrying grain and fertiliser to safely transit the Black Sea from Ukrainian ports.
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The US has supplied Ukraine with over 4 million shells, as well as tanks and ...

Business Insider 15 Jun 2024
Shells being prepared for delivery to Ukraine ... Ukraine has also been sent 20 Mi-17 helicopters ... Ukraine has received two Harpoon coastal defense systems, anti-ship missiles from the US, and over 80 coastal and riverine patrol boats.
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Gov’t intensifying effort to further reduce cost of living - Jamaica Observer

Jamaica Observer 15 Jun 2024
The prime minister commented that the Covid pandemic and the war in the Ukraine along with other global disruptions, have caused world prices for global shipping and other logistics to increase ...
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Ukraine employs a flexible defense while waiting for new Western ammo to get to the front

Stars and Stripes 15 Jun 2024
KYIV, UkraineUkrainian firepower has been improving since U.S ... “It takes time to load ships that must then cross the Atlantic,” Ivan Havryliuk, Ukraine’s first deputy minister of defense, told The Associated Press.
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Black Sea MoU PSC Annual Report 2023

SAFETY4SEA 14 Jun 2024
According to the Black Sea MoU Annual PSC Report, the impact of the Russian Armed Invasion of Ukraine affected shipping in the Black Sea Region, including Ukrainian ports.
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UK imposes sanctions on Russia’s dark fleet following G7 Summit

SAFETY4SEA 14 Jun 2024
The UK has announced 50 new sanctions to undermine Russia’s war capabilities, coordinated with G7 partners, to support Ukraine ... The UK is also collaborating to redirect profits from immobilized Russian sovereign assets to aid Ukraine.
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Russian Tanker Spotted for First Time in Mariupol as Port Handles Logistics

The Maritime Executive 14 Jun 2024
Ukrainian media is carrying reports from the Russian social media channel Telegram of the arrival of the first tanker as Russian President Vladimir Putin outlined terms for a cease-fire that was immediately rejected by Ukraine.
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Russia boosts oil revenues as shipping and trading network grows

The Times of India 14 Jun 2024
... to offer deep discounts to encourage shipping companies to move their crude since the invasion of Ukraine.
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Next wave of shipping sanctions levelled at Russia

Splash24/7 14 Jun 2024
... plenty linked to shipping. Nearly 850 days since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the UK yesterday announced 50 new sanctions designations.
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We must go after everything Russian UK's Cameron

Beijing News 14 Jun 2024
The West must show Moscow that it stands "completely" behind Ukraine by sanctioning everything Russian it can, Britain's foreign secretary David Cameron has said ... "We will show [Russian President Vladimir] Putin that we are completely behind Ukraine.
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Seafarers bear brunt of ‘rising aggression’ from the Houthis

Splash24/7 14 Jun 2024
Another attack on Thursday on the Verbena, a general cargo ship owned by Ukraine-based Donbasstransitservice, saw three projectiles hit the ship, creating a severe blaze onboard with nearby US ...
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Defending against Houthi missiles at lower cost

The Hill 14 Jun 2024
Houthi attacks against commercial shipping and American warships, as well as those of other nations, have yet to cease ... But from all indications, those capabilities remain sufficient to harass all ships that transit the Red Sea.
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