UN: 2.3 billion people severely or moderately hungry in 2021 (2)
The Associated Press July 6, 2022, 12:15 PM UNITED NATIONS (AP) - World hunger rose in 2021, with around 2.3 billion people facing moderate or severe difficulty obtaining enough to eat - and that was before the Ukraine war, which has sparked increases in the cost of grain, fertilizer and energy, according to a U.N.
Halep to face Rybakina in Wimbledon semis (2)
July 07, 2022 LONDON: Former champion Simona Halep said she is playing her "best tennis" as she set up a Wimbledon semi-final clash with Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina on Wednesday. Halep, the 2019 winner, comfortably reached her third semi-final at the All England Club with a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Amanda Anisimova of the United States. Russian-born Rybakina became the first player representing Kazakhstan to
2.3 Billion People Severely Or Moderately Hungry in 2021, UN Report Says (4)
Before the war, Ukraine and Russia together accounted for almost a third of the world's wheat and barley exports and half of its sunflower oil. By Edith M. Lederer * Published 28 mins ago The spike in food, fuel and fertilizer prices sparked by the war in Ukraine is threatening to push countries around the world into famine, bringing "global destabilization, starvation and mass migration on an unprecedented scale," a top U.N.
Turkey under pressure to crack down on Russian shipments of stolen Ukrainian grain (1)
Ukraine's growing pressure on Turkey to act against Russian shipments of "stolen" Ukrainian grain highlights the importance of establishing a safe export corridor under UN auspices. Picture taken on June 11, 2022, shows the loading barley onto a cargo ship Sormovo-2 in the international port of Rostov-on-Don.
Putin's Big Turning Point in the War Could Finally Be Here (3)
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Wild GM Guerin says Kirill Kaprizov is fine, still in Russia (3)
By STEPHEN WHYNO July 6, 2022 GMT 1 of 2 FILE -Minnesota Wild's Kirill Kaprizov (97) waits for a face-off against the Carolina Hurricanes during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, N.C., Saturday, April 2, 2022.
Some Russians won't halt war protests, despite arrest fears (1)
The Associated Press July 6, 2022, 2:23 AM Ever since Russia invaded Ukraine, Anastasia has started her day by composing an anti-war message and posting it on the wall at the entrance of her apartment block in the industrial city of Perm in the Ural Mountains. "Do not believe the propaganda you see on the TV, read independent media!" reads one.
Moscow-born star moves into Wimbledon semifinals (1) 07 Jul 2022, 00:23 GMT+10 Elena Rybakina represented Russia until switching to Kazakhstan in 2018 Elena Rybakina sealed a place in a maiden Grand Slam semifinal as she marched on at Wimbledon with victory over Australia's Ajla Tomljanovic in three sets on Wednesday. Rybakina, 23, dropped a set for the first time at this year's tournament but battled back brilliantly to win the quarterfinal clash 4-6 6-2 6-3 on Court One.
Ukraine latest: Sri Lanka leader calls on Putin to help finance fuel imports (2)
Canada and U.K. ratify NATO bids of Finland, Sweden Sri Lankan Air Force members stand guard at a fuel station in Colombo on July 6. б╘ Reuters June 14, 2022 17:55 JSTUpdated on July 7, 2022 04:22 JST | Russia & Caucasus The Russian invasion of Ukraine that began on Feb.
Derecho Brings Green Sky and 'Tornado-Like' Winds to South Dakota (1)
July 6, 2022, 4:54 p.m. ETJuly 6, 2022, 4:54 p.m. ET Jesus Jim'enez Video The unusual green color in the sky sometimes occurs before or during a storm depending on how sunlight interacts and scatters among different particles in the atmosphere, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service said. South Dakotans are accustomed to the storms known as derechos - they've had two recently.