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Gardaí reviewing alleged breach of sanctions against Russia

Irish Independent 25 Sep 2022
An Garda Síochána has received a report of an alleged breach of financial sanctions introduced in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ... In late June, a garda spokesman said no breaches of EU sanctions had been reported.Breaches of EU sanctions against Russia are ...
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West works to deepen sanctions after Putin heightens threats

The Post and Courier 25 Sep 2022
more financial penalties and international isolation for Russia, more arms and other backing for Ukraine ... Global financial and energy disruptions from Russia's war in Ukraine already promise to make the coming winter a tough one for countries that have depended on Russia for their energy needs.
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Russia’s Lavrov Dismisses Western ‘Hysteria’ Over Ukraine Referenda

Voa News 25 Sep 2022
Russia’s foreign minister has dismissed Ukrainian and Western condemnation of what they say are sham referenda in four regions of Ukraine ... At the United Nations, Russia’s strategic partners urged an end to the conflict, which has exacerbated global food, fuel and financial crises ... It is Russia’s first military call-up since World War II.
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Russia's Lavrov Dismisses Western Hysteria Over Ukraine Referenda

Beijing News 25 Sep 2022
Russia's foreign minister has dismissed Ukrainian and Western condemnation of what they say are sham referenda in four regions of Ukraine ... At the United Nations, Russia's strategic partners urged an end to the conflict, which has exacerbated global food, fuel and financial crises ... It is Russia's first military call-up since World War II.
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Senators Urge Biden to Increase Pressure on North Korea

Voa News 25 Sep 2022
Two Republican senators have expressed concern to the Biden administration at the growing cooperation between Moscow and Pyongyang over Russia's war in Ukraine ... and its allies and partners sanctioned Russia, excluding it from the global financial system days after its Feb.
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Right-wing alliance seen as likely winner as Italians vote

FX Empire 25 Sep 2022
The outcome of the vote will also be watched nervously in European capitals and on financial markets. European Union leaders, keen to preserve unity after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, are concerned that Italy will be a more unpredictable partner than under former European Central Bank chief Draghi ... Sponsored Financial Content.
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Ukraine war: Russia reveals exemptions as men flee call-up

Business Ghana 25 Sep 2022
Russia's defence ministry has revealed a host of occupations it says will be exempted from conscription aimed at boosting its war effort in Ukraine ... But it accepted some sectors had to be excluded to "ensure the work of specific high-tech industries, as well as Russia's financial system".
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AP News in Brief at 6:04 p.m. EDT

News-Press Now 25 Sep 2022
more financial penalties and international isolation for Russia, more arms and other backing for Ukraine ... Global financial and energy disruptions from Russia's war in Ukraine already promise to make the coming winter a tough one for countries that have depended on Russia for their energy needs.
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Flashes of bold UN talk on feminism, masculinity, patriarchy

The Associated Press 25 Sep 2022
the growing debt in weak economies, economic expansion, food and energy security, the environment and “the reform of governance of multilateral financial institutions.”. While India has expressed concerns over Russia's war in Ukraine, the South Asian country — famously nonaligned ...
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India stays neutral on Ukraine war, previews G-20 term at UN

Wtop 25 Sep 2022
the growing debt in weak economies, economic expansion, food and energy security, the environment and “the reform of governance of multilateral financial institutions.”. While India has expressed concerns over Russia’s war in Ukraine, the South Asian country — famously ...
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AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EDT

Ellensburg Daily Record 25 Sep 2022
more financial penalties and international isolation for Russia, more arms and other backing for Ukraine ... Global financial and energy disruptions from Russia's war in Ukraine already promise to make the coming winter a tough one for countries that have depended on Russia for their energy needs.
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AP News in Brief at 9:04 p.m. EDT

News-Press Now 25 Sep 2022
more financial penalties and international isolation for Russia, more arms and other backing for Ukraine ... Global financial and energy disruptions from Russia's war in Ukraine already promise to make the coming winter a tough one for countries that have depended on Russia for their energy needs.
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AP News Summary at 7:29 p.m. EDT

Caledonian Record 25 Sep 2022
Kremlin stages votes in Ukraine, sees protests in Russia ... In Russia, hundreds were arrested on Saturday while trying to protest President Vladimir Putin's order to mobilize more troops to fight in Ukraine ... That means more financial penalties and international isolation for Russia, more arms and other backing for Ukraine.
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AP News Summary at 6:33 p.m. EDT

Caledonian Record 25 Sep 2022
Kremlin stages votes in Ukraine, sees protests in Russia ... In Russia, hundreds were arrested on Saturday while trying to protest President Vladimir Putin's order to mobilize more troops to fight in Ukraine ... That means more financial penalties and international isolation for Russia, more arms and other backing for Ukraine.
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AP News Summary at 5:57 p.m. EDT

The Lawton Constitution 25 Sep 2022
Kremlin stages votes in Ukraine, sees protests in Russia ... In Russia, hundreds were arrested on Saturday while trying to protest President Vladimir Putin's order to mobilize more troops to fight in Ukraine ... That means more financial penalties and international isolation for Russia, more arms and other backing for Ukraine.

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