Ten people killed in Kherson as Russia ramps up bombing of Ukraine’s key infrastructure

A volley of rockets has hit recently liberated Kherson in southern Ukraine for the second day, in a marked escalation of attacks since Russian troops withdrew from the city two weeks ago. Most important points: Russian missiles hit civilian infrastructure in the recently liberated city Missile attacks may continue as Russian troops dig across the … Read more

China is about to win a transatlantic trade war, says EU minister – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. China will be the only winner if a subsidy war breaks out between Europe and the United States, warned the Czech minister who chaired a meeting of EU trade ministers on Friday. “A subsidy rally is a very dangerous game,” Jozef Síkela told reporters … Read more

Kiev residents hold their own as repair teams work to restore power and water after heavy Russian attacks

Residents of Ukraine’s bombed-out capital grabbed empty bottles for water and crowded cafes for power and heat, defiantly switching to survival mode after new Russian missile strikes devastated the city and much of the country a day earlier. had poured dark. Most important points: About 70 percent of Kiev is still without power Russia blames … Read more

Ukrainians suffer in cold, darkness as Zelenskyy begs UN Security Council to punish Russia

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is demanding that the United Nations punish Russia for airstrikes against civilian infrastructure, following a barrage of missiles that plunged cities into icy darkness. With temperatures dropping below 0 degrees Celsius, authorities worked on Thursday to get the lights and heating back on. Russia’s latest missile strikes killed 10 people and … Read more

Russia’s war on Ukraine leaves an environmental stain that will last for years

Olga Lehan’s house near the Irpin River was flooded when Ukraine destroyed a dam to prevent Russian troops from storming the capital Kiev just days after the war. Weeks later, the water from her tap turned brown from the pollution. “It was not safe to drink,” she said of tap water in her village of … Read more

Moscow tries to recruit fleeing Russian men at the border

People walk to the border crossing at Verkhny Lars between Georgia, Soil, and Russia leaving Khmi, North Ossetia-Alania Republic, Russia, on Sept. 28.The Associated Press Long lines of Russians trying to escape the call to fight in Ukraine continued to clog highways out of the country on Wednesday, and Moscow has reportedly set up design … Read more

Miles Morales coming to PC later this year

It’s finally time to “Be Yourself” on PC.Image: insomnia games Rocking on the heels of Insomniac’s PC release for Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered last monthits spin-off, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Moralescoming to PC later this year. Today, the PlayStation YouTube channel released a teaser trailer for Miles Morales, with the high fidelity of the graphics and beautifully … Read more

Mississippi capital transports drinking water after sewage treatment plant floods

Mississippi’s capital has too much water on the ground and too little tap water that is safe to drink. Parts of Jackson were without running water on Tuesday after torrential rains and flooding nearly collapsed the ailing sewage system. The city of 150,000 had already had a month’s notice of boiling water. Restaurant owner Derek … Read more

Europe’s drought exposes ancient rocks, WWII ships as waters recede

The Dolmen of Guadalperal, also known as Spain’s Stonehenge, can be seen due to the receding waters from the Valdecanas Reservoir in the suburbs of El Gordo, Spain on August 3, 2022.SUSANA VERA/Reuters Weeks of baking drought across Europe have plunged water levels in rivers and lakes to levels few can remember, exposing long-submerged treasures … Read more

French climate activists fill golf course holes with cement, protest against water ban exemption amid drought

Climate activists in the south of France have damaged lawns and cemented golf course holes in protest against the exemption from water bans for golf courses as the country faces the worst drought in history. Most important points: Golf greens are exempt from France’s rural water restrictions due to a national agreement signed in 2019 … Read more