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Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to negotiate on the grain currently blocked in Ukrainian ports, as stated by Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer after their telephone conversation on Friday. Moscow has shown some flexibility in addressing the issue of Russia blocking Ukrainian grain exports. Putin has indicated his willingness to allow exports through seaports, Nehammer said. However, the ports involved would likely have to be cleared of mines laid for defense purposes, Nehammer said. Putin…

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Russian President Vladimir Putin visited on Wednesday for the first time Russian soldiers wounded in Ukraine, three months after the beginning of the offensive against its neighbor. According to footage shown on Russian television, Putin, dressed in a white coat, spoke with several servicemen, asking about their hometowns and family situations. The servicemen were standing by their beds and their wounds were not apparent. Speaking to a soldier in blue and white striped pajamas, the…

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The UN office in Haiti expressed concern on Wednesday about the recruitment of children by gangs that run Haiti as at least 39 civilians have been killed since April 24, during clashes between criminal gangs.The UN representation in Port-au-Prince is particularly concerned about the recruitment of minors into gangs, one of the six grave violations of children’s rights, she said on Twitter. For several decades, armed gangs have been operating in the poorest neighborhoods of…

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Here is the latest information about the war in Ukraine. Indonesian President Joko Widodo announced Friday that he had invited his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky and confirmed that he had invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to the G20 summit to be held in November in Indonesia. I have invited President Zelensky to participate in the G20 summit, the Indonesian president said, suggesting that a compromise had been reached following Western pressure to exclude Russia from the…

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Ukraine has received fighter jets and spare parts to bolster its air force, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Tuesday, declining to specify their number or the countries that provided the aircraft.  Today they have more fighter aircraft at their disposal than they did two weeks ago, the spokesman said during a press briefing. Without going into detail about what other countries are providing, I would say they have received additional aircraft and spare parts to increase…

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