Putin’s army stuck in mud like Hitler’s Russia’s faltering offensive is getting bogged down in the mud as the “rasputitsa” spring thaw comes early to Ukraine. Once frozen battlefields and snow-covered forests have transformed into impenetrable quagmires of thick sinking sludge as a result of the suddenly warmer weather. The scenes around the Donetsk cityContinue reading “A look at Ukraine on 2023 March 02”
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The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 14
Noticed this was not published in the morning of November the 14th So, later than anticipated, still for perusal and addition of continuing news. By Danny Boyle Rishi Sunak is arriving in Bali today for one of his first outings on the global stage since taking office. The Prime Minister has written for us –Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 14”
Danny Boyle presenting his selection for 2022 November 11
By Danny Boyle Ahead of next week’s G20 summit, Volodymyr Zelensky is being advised to drop his refusal to talk to Russia – as he and Rishi Sunak, above, discussed how to confront Russian officials. Sunak and Zelensky discuss how to confront Russia As world leaders prepare for a showdown with Vladimir Putin at nextContinue reading “Danny Boyle presenting his selection for 2022 November 11”
2022 end of July Bloomberg selection
July 25 The contest to succeed Boris Johnson moves up a gear today with the first head-to-head debate between the two candidates vying to become Conservative Party leader and UK prime minister. It’s unlikely to be pretty. Key reading: Truss Promises Low-Tax UK Investment Zones in Pitch to Tory Base The Pound’s Woes Run Deep,Continue reading “2022 end of July Bloomberg selection”
Our selection of Things you need to know The Week: July 18 – July 24
July 18 Zelensky fires Ukraine top prosecutor and spy chief Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed Sunday that he had fired the country’s top prosecutor and the head of its domestic intelligence agency, in the biggest shakeup of his government since Russia invaded Ukraine in February. Zelensky’s government announced the dismissals of the prosecutor general, Iryna Venediktova,Continue reading “Our selection of Things you need to know The Week: July 18 – July 24”
In the picture for 2022 July 04 – July 10 by The Week
July 04 Biden says July 4th is time to unite and celebrate nation’s ‘goodness’ President Biden celebrated the Fourth of July with a White House cookout where he called for Americans to set aside their divisions. “The Fourth of July is a sacred day in our country — it’s a time to celebrate the goodnessContinue reading “In the picture for 2022 July 04 – July 10 by The Week”
The Guardian reviewing July 04 – July 10 of 2022
Good afternoon. We hope you’ve had a sunny weekend wherever you are. If you’re in the UK you’d be forgiven for being overwhelmed with the political chaos of the past few days. However, there’s been plenty of good news happening elsewhere this week: from Sierra Leone’s expansion of women’s rights to the unexpected recovery ofContinue reading “The Guardian reviewing July 04 – July 10 of 2022”
The Guardian’s view on the world 2nd week of June
From wheat esports to food crises and price rises, from poor to super-rich people.
Has Ukraine become a Symbol of ‘Freedom’
The West with the U.S.A. decided to do everything they can to help the Ukrainians bring this war to an end on the possible terms as quickly as possible.
Russia not wanting it neighbours countries to cooperate with the West
After the annexation of Crimea in 2014, the tensions around the Ukrainian border did not stop. These days the West could see army movement which strained already tense relations between Russia and the US.