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The largest Ukrainian grain businessman died in a Russian attack

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Ukraine’s largest grain trader and his wife were killed Sunday in a Russian bombardment of the city of Nikolaev, in the country’s south, which Ukrainian authorities say was the most brutal since the start of the war.

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Taiwan uses live fire in military exercises in response to China’s maneuvers

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The FBI raided Donald Trump’s home in Mar-a-Lago.

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The FBI conducted a massive operation to build Donald Trump in Mar-A-Lago in Florida, where the former US president moved after leaving the White House.

“These are dark times for our nation as my beautiful home, Mar-A-Lago, in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently under siege, overrun and occupied by a large group of FBI agents. Nothing like this has ever happened to a president. United States,” Donald Trump said this Monday evening in a statement quoted by the American press in which he spoke about the police operation.

“After working and cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this unannounced raid was neither necessary nor appropriate.”

Neither Donald Trump nor the FBI, the US federal police, have explained why the authorities are enforcing the court order. The former president used a text in which he exposed the actions of the police to accuse the Democrats of persecuting him using the judicial system, and said that such an operation could only happen in a “third world country.” “They even broke into my safe,” Donald Trump said, comparing the case to the Watergate scandal.

According to The New York Times, citing two people familiar with the process, the investigation will focus on materials that will be taken to Florida after leaving the White House, including pages of classified documents. Trump was forced to return 15 boxes of materials requisitioned by the National Archives after he was threatened with legal action.

The U.S. is going through a tough time with the investigation into the Capitol invasion and Donald Trump’s attempts to stay in power by alleging fraud in the presidential election. In recent days, some members of the government closest to the former president have been called in with statements about interference in the process of passing power.

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Elections in Brazil: Lula’s lead in polls ‘shrinks’ – Newsroom

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Lula da Silva, a former president and candidate in Brazil’s upcoming elections, has a 7 percentage point lead over incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.

According to a BTG/FSB poll cited by ReutersLula is gaining 41% of the vote against 34% of his opponent.

The advantage of the former Brazilian president “shrunk” compared to last month, when he won 44% of the intent vote against 31% for Jair Bolsonaro.

The gap between candidates has narrowed over the past few months, from 14 percentage points in March to 13 percentage points last month and now 7 percentage points.

However, there are surveys maintains double-digit gap between leading presidential candidatessuch as the Datafolha poll published on July 28, which found Lula da Silva to have 47% voting intent, compared to Jair Bolsonaro’s 29%.

But here, too, there was a reduction in the interval between them, amounting to only one percentage point.

Brazil will elect the next president on October 2 in consultations that will also select the governors of the country’s 27 states, members of state legislatures, and members of the upper and lower houses of parliament.

Brazil will have 156.4 million eligible voters in October’s general election, a record for the country and an increase of 6.21% from 2018, according to the Supreme Electoral Court.

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