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It’s five months since Vladimir Putin sent troops into Ukraine and four since Russia published any kind of casualty count. 1,351 Russian servicemen killed they said then, with no update since. No word on the missing either. “The families aren’t told where they’ve gone missing or the circumstances,” says Valentina Melnikova who runs the Committee
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Britain’s controversial Rwanda policy could work, according to several Iraqi people smugglers who spoke exclusively to Sky News. The widely criticised strategy, introduced by the current Conservative government, has been the subject of numerous court cases and received widespread international backlash. However, both Conservative Party leadership hopefuls, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, have said they
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Ukraine’s president has described the missile strike in Odesa as “barbarism”, adding Russia cannot be trusted to implement the landmark deal agreed to resume grain exports from Black Sea ports. Less than 24 hours after the landmark agreement was signed by Ukraine and Russia, the port city of Odesa was hit by a missile strike.
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Sri Lanka’s acting president has become the country’s new permanent leader after being selected in a parliament vote. Ranil Wickremesinghe was appointed as the prime minister in May 2022 but was temporarily placed in charge of the presidency on 13 July after his predecessor Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled to the Maldives. Sri Lanka is in the
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