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  1. Very useful information. I'm just about to go to college. I don't know if it will work or not. Very worried.
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  3. Ukraine needs at least 50 HIMARS and M270s to deter Russian attacks, and 100 for a successful counteroffensive
  4. Putin may threaten to use nuclear weapons to deter Ukrainian counterattack — ISW analysts
  5. A 28-year-old citizen of Sweden died in the war zone in the Donbas According to the Swedish television channel SVT, the man previously served in the Air Force stationed in Uppsala, with the rank of lieutenant. He died from a chest wound from a grenade explosion. Other details, including the name of the deceased, have not yet been disclosed. He stayed in Ukraine for a couple of months.
  6. Tanker transportation, which supplies energy from the Russian Federation to the markets of India and China, has fallen by almost 30% in recent weeks The trend of reducing the consumption of Russian oil by the Asian market is clearly visible. Against the background of Western countries' refusal of Russian energy carriers, the Asian market has become the main buyer of Russian oil and a vital source of income for the country's budget. Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, the dependence of the Russian budget on oil and gas revenues has jumped to 40%.
  7. The Armed Forces of Ukraine will strike at the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation and the positions of the invaders in Crimea when they are technically ready, Deputy Defense Minister Volodymyr Gavrylov said “We have a constant threat from the Russian Black Sea Fleet. Given the new technologies and opportunities we are getting, we must confront this threat. We started with the Zmiinyi Island operation. We have anti-ship weapons, and sooner or later we will target the fleet. This is inevitable because we have to guarantee the safety of our people,” Gavrylov said in an interview with
  8. The second wave of evacuations began in the territories temporarily occupied by Russians, Mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov said “Now there is a second wave, probably for the second week already. More than a thousand people are now in line for evacuation. It is about as tense as it was during the first months of the evacuation.” The third wave of internal resettlement will begin with the onset of cold weather, predicts Fedorov. In his opinion, the heating season will not start in the occupied territories.
  9. More than 10,000 residents of Mariupol are held in filtration camps, Mayor Vadym Boychenko said.
  10. The Russian invaders at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant neglect the rules and threaten nuclear safety — Energoatom The Russian military has once again violated nuclear and radiation safety regulations, exposing personnel to the danger of radiation contamination at the captured Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) in Energodar. "Yesterday, July 18, 2022, the Russian invaders that occupied ZNPP, forcibly took away passes from two plant employees and used them to enter the radiation zone of ZNPP Unit 2. Of course, they were not worried about safety issues and violated all the es
  11. Canada started fundraising money for a Bayraktar drone for the Armed Forces of Ukraine A non-profit organization of Ukrainian-Canadian volunteers "UhelpUkraine" initiated the fundraising. "Around the world, our allies in Lithuania, Ukraine and Poland have raised millions of dollars to secure and procure the renowned Bayraktar drone. It's time for Canadians to step up and do the same," said the organizers of the gathering. The initiators plan to raise $7 million Canadian dollars. The main task is to deliver the drone to the Ukrainian military by the Independence Day on August 24.
  12. The number of victims due to the missile attack in Vinnytsia, which occurred on July 14, has increased to 25 people Neurologist Natalia Falshtynska, who was receiving patients at the Neuromed clinic when the missile hit, died in hospital. "Three children are left without their mother," the Head of the Regional Military Administration Serhii Borzov.
  13. The Russian invaders resumed data collection for the "referendum" and military records in Mariupol — City Council "The invaders started a new wave of personal data collection to prepare for the referendum under the guise of another collection of applications for housing restoration. This is already the third wave of collection of applications under this pretext... Preparations for mobilization continue... Not only are lists being formed to falsify the referendum, but they also restore the military record," wrote the adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol Petro Andriushchenko. The adviser a
  14. 🤝 Ireland has suspended visa-free travel for refugees from 20 European countries to make room for Ukrainians — Politico The Irish government made the decision after the country, which had already accepted more than 43,000 Ukrainians, ran out of places intended for newly arriving Ukrainians as they were occupied by refugees from other countries. The government’s decision suspended visa-free entry for refugees from 20 countries for 12 months: Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland
  15. City Council: The Russians struck the center of Kramatorsk in the Donetsk region The invaders hit the central part of Kramatorsk. So far, it is known about one person killed. "The strike hit the central part of the city. There are casualties. Experts of explosive services, and rescuers are working on the site," the City Mayor Oleksandr Honcharenko. According to preliminary information, the Russians struck with aircraft missiles.