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The Independent : Ukraine
07  décembre     19h36
Kremlin foe Navalny’s lawyers to remain in detention at least through mid-March, Russian court rules
Dasha Litvinova    A Moscow court has extended the pre trial detention of three lawyers who once represented imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Senate Democrats call for conditions on US aid to Israel two months into war with Hamas
Eric Garcia and Katie Hawkinson    Republicans blocked a vote on a . bn supplemental bill that would have included aid not just to Israel but also to Ukraine
UN says Africa faces unprecedented food crisis, with 3 in 4 people unable to afford a healthy diet
Chinedu Asadu    The United Nations says at least three of every four Africans can’t afford a healthy diet because of an unprecedented food crisis.
Ukraine-Russia war - live: Biden says history will judge US as funds for Kyiv to fight Putin’s forces collapse
Tom Watling ,Arpan Rai and Maira Butt    US President Joe Biden says history will judge us’ if further aid is not given to Ukraine
Even Fox News has had enough of Ramaswamy as host slams naive’ Ukraine policy
Gustaf Kilander    Are you comfortable giving up Eastern Europe ’ Fox host asks in contentious exchange
Excess profits’ made by big firms boosted inflation - report
Rebecca Speare-Cole    Researchers found that big firms, including UK listed companies, saw their profits outpace inflation while ordinary families’ real incomes plummeted.
Ukraine claims assassination of traitor’ ex-MP who fled to Russia
Tom Watling    Hours before his death Illia Kyva called Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky cowardly and narcissistic’
Japan pledges 4.5B more in aid for Ukraine, including 1B in humanitarian funds
Mari Yamaguchi    Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has pledged . billion to Ukraine, including billion in humanitarian aid to help support the war torn country’s recovery efforts
Russian girl shoots several classmates, leaving 1 dead, before killing herself
Via AP news wire    State news agencies and authorities in Russia say a girl shot several classmates before killing herself at a school in the city of Bryansk
United Nations bemoans struggles to fund peacekeeping as nations demand withdrawal of missions
Francis Kokutse and Sam Metz    The United Nations’ top peacekeeping official has defended its missions worldwide even as many countries where peacekeepers operate are demanding their withdrawal
Why so many of Nepal’s Gurkhas end up fighting for Russia in Ukraine
Namita Singh    Nearly Nepalese nationals are serving as mercenaries in the Russian army but it’s not only a phenomenon benefitting the Kremlin’s military recruitment, as Namita Singh explains
Russian lawmakers set presidential vote for March 17, 2024, clearing a path for Putin’s 5th term
Via AP news wire    Russian lawmakers on Thursday set the date of the presidential election for March , moving Vladimir Putin closer to a fifth term in office
G7 bans Russian diamonds from January in show of solidarity to Zelensky
Arpan Rai    G announcement does not mention tracing of polished stones or carat size, which can help Russia evade ban
Divides over trade and Ukraine are in focus as EU and China’s leaders meet in Beijing
Via AP news wire    The leaders of China and the European Union are holding wide ranging talks that include their disputes over trade and a deep divide on the war in Ukraine
Nepal calls on Russia not to deploy its Gurkhas in Ukraine war
Shweta Sharma    Six Nepali soldiers embedded in Russian army have been killed fighting in Ukraine so far
UN: Russia intensifies attacks on Ukraine’s energy facilities, worsening humanitarian conditions
Edith M. Lederer    U.N. officials say intensifying Russian attacks on Ukraine’s energy facilities are worsening humanitarian conditions across the country, where heavy snow and freezing temperatures have already arrived
National security advisers of US, South Korea and Japan will meet to discuss North Korean threat
Via AP news wire    The national security advisers of the United States, South Korea and Japan will meet in Seoul this week to discuss North Korea’s military threat and other issues as they continue to promote trilateral cooperation in Asia
Senate Republicans and Bernie Sanders block vote on Ukraine and Israel aid
Eric Garcia    Republicans want to tie support to Ukraine to restrictions on immigration
06  décembre     22h59
Top senators in shouting match as Republicans accused of derailing Ukraine defence talks
John Bowden    Efforts to separate Ukraine funding from other issues seem to dim as Senate Republicans remain opposed
Scott McTominay the hero as Manchester United see off Chelsea
Simon Peach    The Scotland international netted in either half.