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    Ukrainian woman continues her ‘mission’ to search and rescue animals in war zones between Ukraine and Russia

    NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A Ukrainian woman made saving animals a priority during the war between Ukraine and Russia. Natalia Popova, 50, continues to travel to war zones where she has already located and rescued hundreds of animals, before rehabilitating them and finding them permanent homes elsewhere in Europe. “Nobody wants […] More

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    ‘Ironclad’ Defense Treaty – Amid Chinese military drills, US assures ‘worried neighbor’ full security, if attacked

    On August 6, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reassured the Philippines that the United States would defend them if attacked in the South China Sea. By eliminating Russian air defense, the United States sends “super-lethal” high-speed anti-radiation missiles to Ukraine This can be seen as the latest attempt by the United States to assuage […] More

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    Biden concerned about Chinese military exercises surrounding Taiwan but ‘don’t think they’re going to do anything more’

    China spent several days conducting military exercises that essentially surrounded Taiwan and restricted access to civilian ships and planes in the area. The extensive drills mark a significant escalation by China after Pelosi’s trip to Taipei to show support for democracy on the island has sparked outrage in Beijing. China considers Taiwan its territory although […] More

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    Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund tempers high expectations after resisting Bayer Leverkusen | Sports | German football and major international sports news | DW

    Borussia Dortmund’s expectations are high at the best of times. The emotionally charged South tribune Still yearning for the rock ‘n’ roll success of the Jürgen Klopp era, and the rest of Germany is desperate for someone, anyone, to challenge Bayern Munich. Add to that a popular new local head coach, five exciting summer signings, […] More

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    Russian satellite-linked drone “Orion” will complete testing by the end of 2022 – Kronstadt Group

    Tests of the Russian Orion reconnaissance drone with satellite connectivity will be completed before the end of the year, Oleg Shilov, the head of Russian engineering firm Kronstadt Group, told Sputnik. By eliminating Russian air defense, the United States sends “super-lethal” high-speed anti-radiation missiles to Ukraine “Testing is in full swing and we expect to […] More

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    Could the China-Taiwan conflict degenerate into a real military crisis?

    Can Taiwan become the next Ukraine? It’s a question that defense and foreign policy experts have been pondering for months, even before Beijing’s military exercises began last week in response to Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. The situation has rapidly worsened over the past week. China announced military drills with live-fire drills for the first […] More

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    Zaporizhzhia: Nuclear safety fears after bombing of Ukrainian power plant

    Then on Friday, explosions erupted at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex, the largest of its kind in Europe, rekindling fears of a potential catastrophe. Moscow and Kyiv have accused each other of bombing the plant, which was taken over by Russian forces in early March, as well as the town of Enerhodar, where the complex is […] More

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    Russia-Ukraine Updates: Zelenskyy calls for sanctions after Zaporizhzhia worker injured | News | DW

    Ukrainian nuclear energy company Enerhoatom said on Sunday that a worker was injured in the Russian bombing of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The power company said on Telegram on Saturday night that Russia bombed the plant’s dry storage facility with 174 containers of spent nuclear fuel stored in the open. Meanwhile, pro-Russian officials blamed […] More

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    Here’s how China could see a massive windfall from the Democrats’ big spending bill

    President Joe Biden’s Treasury Department could circumvent the rules of the Senate Democrats’ climate bill that does not allow electric vehicles (EVs), whose materials are largely produced in China, to benefit from a tax credit, according to Politico. The “Buy American” provisions of the budget deal Democrats passed on Sunday mean the tax credits don’t […] More

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    Blinken begins Africa tour to counter Russian influence

    US Secretary of State Antony Blinken landed in South Africa on Sunday to launch a visit to three countries aimed at countering Russian influence on the continent. The visit came after Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov embarked on an extensive tour of Africa late last month. South Africa, leader of the developing world, remained neutral […] More

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    The problems of the Chinese-funded train in Kenya

    MOMBASA, Kenya – Fireworks erupted and confetti rained down in the seaside town of Mombasa as Kenya’s president inaugurated the country’s new railway – designed, funded and built by China. President Uhuru Kenyatta has proclaimed that the new train will connect the port of Mombasa to neighboring Uganda, create jobs and help transform Kenya into […] More

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    Worker injured in new Russian strike on Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Ukraine says

    Ukraine’s nuclear power company, Energoatom, said on Sunday that a worker was injured when Russian forces again bombed the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest, on Saturday night. The site of the plant’s dry storage facility, where 174 containers of spent nuclear fuel are stored in the open, was hit by rocket attacks, Energoatom said […] More

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