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Ukraine Retires its Last Fighters From Mariupol

Ukraine has removed the last of its fighters from the city of Mariupol, which is controlled by Russian-backed separatists.  Russia called the operation a mass surrender; however, Ukraine says that its garrison of hundreds of fighters has completed its mission, per Just the News.  Officials on both sides said that over 260 fighters were pulled…

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Ukraine announces rescue at Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol

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The Ukraine war has proven that cryptocurrencies cannot be used as a hedge against equities

The near halving of cryptocurrency prices in recent weeks, mirroring a sell-off in the global stock markets, indicates that digital coins may not be a particularly reliable asset during economic uncertainty.The Russia-Ukraine war and the US Federal Reserve’s move to scale back monetary support have forced investors to switch from risky assets like equities to…

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Ukraine deploys gun-toting mannequins in order to drive Russians from Kharkiv

Ukraine has a new line of defense in the war against Russia. Standing posts dressed up in everything from tactical gear to dresses, Ukraine has deployed mannequins in certain areas north of Kharkiv as Russian troops continue retreating from the city back to the nearby border.The mannequins are well-armed with fake rifles and other makeshift…

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Ukraine Strives for the Prize at Eurovision as War Continues at Home

No matter what happens on Saturday night at the Grand Final of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy, Kalush Orchestra’s Oleh Psiuk won’t be celebrating much. Instead, he—and the four band members that make up Ukraine’s entry into the annual televised musical competition—will be preparing to head back to their country, where mandatory…

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Ukraine is in a worse state than you think

It has been said that, given how massively Ukrainian troops were believed be outmatched early in Russia’s invasion, not losing the war is itself a form of victory for Ukraine. The difference between expectations and the surprising resilience of Ukraine’s military makes it easy to misinterpret the current situation in Ukraine’s favor. But not winning…

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Ukraine Begins First War Crimes Trial For Russian Soldier Accused Of Killing Unarmed Civilian

Topline Ukraine on Friday held a preliminary hearing of a case against a 21-year-old Russian soldier accused of killing an unarmed 62-year-old Ukrainian man, potentially the first of many trials as authorities forge ahead with efforts to investigate what they say are thousands of potential war crimes committed by Russian troops during the country’s invasion…

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Inflation and the Ukraine war are seen as major financial risks -Fed Report

Please try another search Economy1 hour ago (May 09, 2022 04:09PM ET) 3/3 © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Fruits are pictured at a produce shop at Reading Terminal Market after the inflation rate hit a 40-year high in January, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. February 19, 2022. REUTERS/Hannah Beier 2/3 (Reuters) – High inflation, volatility in stock…

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Ukraine Fights for Mariupol, as Russia Prepares to Mark Key Date

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Billionaire David Rubenstein donates $15 million to the United States, inspired by Ukraine Holocaust Museum

Topline Billionaire financier David Rubenstein has pledged $15 million to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum after being motivated to donate by the conflict in Ukraine amid rising antisemitism worldwide, he told the Washington Post. Kennedy Center board chairman David Rubenstein photographed at his Carlyle Group office on April 27, … [+] 2010, in Washington, D.C.…