Kyiv schools adapt to survive under Russian bombardment (3)
Max Hunder and Stefaniia Bern Kyiv ReutersPublished 2 hours ago A teacher conducts a hybrid mathematic lesson for junior students of a private school, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kyiv, on Dec. 1.VALENTYN OGIRENKO/Reuters Share Bookmark Please log in to bookmark this story.Log InCreate Free Account Despite the missile strikes and power cuts that have become a regular occurrence in Ukraine's capital, Kyiv's 190,000 remaining school children
US Adds Cuba, Nicaragua, Wagner Group To Religious Freedom Blacklist (3)
By Shaun TANDON 12/02/22 AT 1:57 PM Nicaraguans demonstrate in front of the cathedral in neighboring Costa Rica's capital San Jose in August 2022 against the Nicaraguan government's detention of outspoken bishop Rolando Alvarez The United States on Friday added Cuba, Nicaragua and Russia's Wagner mercenary group to a blacklist on international religious freedom, opening the path to potential sanctions.
Brazil wins World Cup group despite historic 1-0 loss to Cameroon (3)
Upset marks 1st time in tournament history an African nation defeats the Brazilians, who had not lost in group stage for 24 years By TALES AZZONI 3 December 2022, 1:29 am Cameroon's Vincent Aboubakar, left, celebrates after scoring during the World Cup group G soccer match between Cameroon and Brazil, at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, December 2, 2022.
EU cap on Russian oil price on hold as Poland urges lower price (4)
by Agence France-Presse - AFP BRUSSELS Dec 02, 2022 - 3:22 pm GMT+3 Warning signs are pictured in front of the gas compressor station, a part of the Polish section of the Yamal pipeline that links Russia with Western Europe, in Gabinek near Wloclawek, Poland, May 23, 2022.
Russia Confident Demand For Its Oil to Remain Despite Price Cap: Embassy (3)
04:30 GMT 03.12.2022 © AP Photo / Petr Shelomovskiy Subscribe WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Russia has no doubt that its oil will continue to be in demand on world markets even after the introduction of the price cap, the Russian Embassy in the United States said. "The result of such steps will be a widespread increase in uncertainty and higher costs for consumers of raw materials.
Europe not strong enough, says Finnish PM (1)
Sanna Marin offers her frank assessment of Europe's fragility. By Agence France-Presse 5 hours ago SYDNEY, Australia (AFP) - Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin on Friday offered a "brutally honest" assessment of Europe's capabilities in the wake of Russia's war on Ukraine, stating bluntly that "we're not strong enough" to stand up to Moscow alone. Visiting Australia, the leader of the pending North Atlantic Treaty
Price Cap On Russian Oil To Encourage Flow Of Oil Onto Market, Protect Consumers - Yellen (4)
Mohammad Ali (@ChaudhryMAli88) Published December 03, 2022 | 04:00 AM WASHINGTON (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 03rd December, 2022) The price cap on Russian-origin crude oil will result in an increased flow of Russian oil onto global markets and will protect consumers from possible disruptions, US Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen said in a statement. "The price cap will encourage the flow of discounted Russian oil onto
Turkish president, UK premier discuss steps to enhance ties (2)
Common sense, strategic perspective will continue to dominate relations with UK, Turkish President Erdogan tells British Premier Sunak in phone call 2022-12-02 18:43:58 ANKARA Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Friday discussed steps to improve Turkish-UK relations, especially in trade and the defense industry. In a phone call, Erdogan stated that he believes that common sense and a
Scholz calls for diplomatic solution to Ukraine war in phone call with Putin (1)
German chancellor condemns recent airstrikes, calls for immediate withdrawal of Russian troops, according to his spokesperson 2022-12-02 16:20:13 Berlin BERLIN German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called for a diplomatic solution to the Moscow-Kyiv war in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, his spokesman said on Friday. "The Chancellor condemned the Russian airstrikes against civilian
Seven vessels with agricultural products leave Ukraine's ports (3)
(Xinhua) 09:50, December 03, 2022 KIEV, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) - Seven vessels carrying agricultural products left Ukraine's seaports Friday under the Black Sea Grain Initiative, the country's Infrastructure Ministry said on Facebook. The ships, which departed from the ports in the southern Odesa region, will deliver 287,400 tons of goods to the countries in Asia, the ministry said. Since the grain initiative came into effect on Aug, 1, Ukraine has exported