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Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury watches the action in a game against the Chicago Sky, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021, in Phoenix
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Griner misses out on selection for US training camp in preparation for Paris 2024

Inside The Games 03 Feb 2023
The 32-year-old was arrested at a Moscow airport in February last year, a week before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and handed a nine-year sentence after cartridges containing cannabis oil were found in her luggage ... Griner was part of the US team that claimed gold at Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 but has not made the USA Basketball’s training squad ... .
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Pope in South Sudan warns leaders as peace process stalls

Moosejaw Today 03 Feb 2023
Thousands of people ululated and sang in 96-degree Fahrenheit (35.5-degree Celsius) heat as President Salva Kiir greeted the religious leaders at the airport in the capital, Juba ... has warned that funding for increased aid has dwindled, as donors redirect money to Ukraine and other crises.
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Asked to buy ticket, couple leaves infant at Israeli airport check-in

Hindustan Times 02 Feb 2023
A Belgian couple on Tuesday shocked airline staff at the Ben-Gurion Airport in Israel's Tel Aviv after they left their child at the check-in desk following an altercation over having to buy a separate ticket for the infant ... Netanyahu considers providing military aid to Ukraine.
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AP News Summary at 7:36 p.m. EST

Caledonian Record 02 Feb 2023
Russia said eyeing eastern Ukraine push; Kyiv targets graft. KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian officials say Russia is mustering its military might in the country's Luhansk region ... The latest allegations come as Western allies are channeling billions of dollars in aid to Ukraine ... Power outage blacks out terminals at Los Angeles airport.
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New Zealand's largest city records wettest month since 170 years

Hindustan Times 02 Feb 2023
Nothing in the observational record has come close to what we’ve seen in the past few weeks,” Fowler said ... Four people died, hundreds of properties were damaged or destroyed, and thousands or travelers were left stranded after Auckland International Airport was forced to close. Read more ... What's happening in Ukraine's east as Russia claims gains ... ....
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Start Ukraine’s EU negotiations now

The Hill 29 Jan 2023
Ukraine’s victories on the battlefield have earned Ukraine the right to a peaceful and prosperous future in Europe ... At the end of that process, Ukraine will access tens of billions of dollars in infrastructure funding to rebuild and modernize its railway, airports, and roads so that it can deepen its ties with the West.
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At least 5 Russian men who escaped conscription have been living in Seoul's airport for ...

Business Insider 26 Jan 2023
Vladimir Maraktaev, 23, and a 30-year-old man who asked to be identified as Andrey have been living in Incheon Airport for months ... Several Russian men who escaped conscription into the war in Ukraine have been living in Seoul's Incheon International Airport for months, waiting for the South Korean government to decide their fate.
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Sustainability — Farming seaweed could help bolster food security

The Hill 26 Jan 2023
Today we’ll start in New York City, which will host a massive airport solar array in just a few years. Then we’ll see why Ukraine is eyeing shipborne power plants ... Kennedy International Airport’s future New Terminal One in just a few years, the firms behind the project announced on Thursday.
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Equilibrium/Sustainability — Farming seaweed could help bolster food security

The Hill 26 Jan 2023
Today we’ll start in New York City, which will host a massive airport solar array in just a few years. Then we’ll see why Ukraine is eyeing shipborne power plants ... Kennedy International Airport’s future New Terminal One in just a few years, the firms behind the project announced on Thursday.
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These Russians, evading call-up to Ukraine, live in a South Korea airport

Stars and Stripes 25 Jan 2023
INCHEON AIRPORT, South KoreaThe Russian men now have inside jokes with the South Korean staff they see at 6 p.m ... For these five men who fled Russia to avoid conscription in the war against Ukraine, Incheon International Airport has been their temporary home for the past three months.
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These Russians, evading call-up to Ukraine, live in a Seoul airport

Union Leader 25 Jan 2023
INCHEON AIRPORT, South Korea - The Russian men now have inside jokes with the South Korean staff they see at 6 p.m ... For these five men who fled Russia to avoid conscription in the war against Ukraine, Incheon International Airport has been their temporary home for the past three months.
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Journalist deaths jumped 50% in 2022, led by Ukraine, Mexico

The Los Angeles Times 25 Jan 2023
Ukraine, Mexico and Haiti ... In war-battered Ukraine, 15 news workers were killed last year, CPJ said Tuesday ... Relatives stand by the coffin of French journalist Frederic Leclerc-Imhoff, who was killed in Ukraine, during a June 2022 ceremony for the repatriation of his body at Le Bourget Airport, north of Paris.
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Curaçao airport with strong year

The Daily Herald 23 Jan 2023
&nbspCAP says it is pleased with the overall performance of the airline partners servicing Hato-airport ... The lingering pandemic, the war in Ukraine, inflation, recessions, weakening value of the euro, US airline pilot and crew shortages and airport staffing challenges that underlined the volatility of the economy and travel.
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Wider Europe Briefing: Will The EU Slap More Sanctions On Belarus? And What To Look ...

Radio Free Europe 23 Jan 2023
In early January, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced that it would soon come up with a new package of sanctions on Belarus to punish the country for supporting Russia's war in Ukraine ... It could be ready for approval around the first anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24.
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CIA director holds secret meeting with Zelensky on Russia's next steps

The Keene Sentinel 20 Jan 2023
Burns is a respected figure among Zelensky’s inner circle because of his accurate warning in January 2022 that Russian forces would seek to capture Ukraine’s Antonov Airport in the opening stages of the Feb ... intelligence assessment and is credited with helping Ukraine prepare to defend the airport and deny Russia a foothold needed to capture Kyiv.

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