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UNITA believes in victory, even if the parallel count doesn’t say so yet | 2022 Angola elections

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UNITA’s parallel vote count is progressing slowly, and while its leaders remain convinced they won Wednesday’s election, the numbers they released to reporters this Thursday afternoon still put the MPLA in the foreground, albeit by a marginal margin. more than 1% for UNITA.

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Putin is not joking. Biden warned the world against the nuclear threat

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This is the first time since the Cuban missile crisis at the height of the Cold War, Joe Biden said.


“We haven’t faced the prospect of an apocalypse since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis” in 1962, he said, at a New York City fundraiser, where he said he knew his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin “relatively well” and that he “wasn’t joking” when he threatened.


“He is not kidding when he talks about the potential use of tactical nuclear, biological or chemical weapons. This is because his army is, one might say, inefficient and unsatisfactory.”.

US officials have been warning for months about the possibility of Russian weapons of mass destruction in Ukraine following a string of strategic setbacks on the battlefield.

But just this week, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said he sees no change in Russian nuclear forces that would require a change in US nuclear alert.

We see no reason to adjust our own strategic nuclear posture, and we have no indication that Russia is preparing to use nuclear weapons anytime soon.“White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said.

This Thursday, Biden said he was still “trying to find” Putin’s “ramp of convention” in Ukraine.

Where will he find a way out? (…) How does he find himself in a position where he not only loses face, but also loses significant power inside Russia?Biden asked.Ideas expressed by Putin

Putin has repeatedly hinted at the use of a huge nuclear arsenal, including last month when he announced plans for a partial deployment.

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I want to remind you that our country also has various means of destruction (…) and when the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will definitely use all the means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people,” he said. Putin 21 September, adding, with a lingering look at the camera, “It’s not a ‘bluff.’“.

As early as last week, Sullivan acknowledged that the United States had “clearly” explained to Russia the “consequences” of the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Putin understands that “the world will never forgive” a Russian nuclear strike.


“He understands that after the use of nuclear weapons, he will no longer be able to save, so to speak, his life, and I am sure of this.”he said.


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Footage with a homemade white flag shows Russian soldiers surrendering in Kherson – Obozrevatel

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As the Ukrainian counteroffensive continues in the east and south of the country, footage is coming in from Kherson region, recently annexed by Russia, showing three Russian soldiers surrendering to Ukrainian forces.

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In a six minute video that Telegraph had access, you can see the tank, from which a white canvas hangs, approaches and stops near the position where the Ukrainian military is located. An order follows for the Russians to get out of the tank, which they quickly follow.

When the men go out with their hands behind their heads, lying on the ground, they are surrounded by Ukrainians who advance towards them in heavy weapons and search them. The surrender appears to have been orchestrated at a time when Ukraine set up a hotline to receive calls for help from Russians who do not want to continue fighting.

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It is reported that thousands of Russians have already reached out to the “I want to live” hotline to learn how to give up. This was stated by the official representative of the Ukrainian intelligence, Andrei Yusov, in an interview with the Svoboda TV channel. over the past few weeks they have already received 2000 calls. Among the callers, many have recently been drafted to Ukraine, but there are also callers from Russians who have not yet been mobilized.

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“They call and ask: “What should I do if they call me? What do I need to do? How can I give up? ”, Yusov explained, quoting Ukrainian Pravda. He also mentioned that the number of applications has increased due to the counter-offensive of Ukraine in the Kharkiv region. Ukraine promises that Russians who lay down their arms will be treated in a civilized manner in accordance with the Geneva Conventions.

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More than 530 bodies were exhumed in the Kherson region – Obozrevatel

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Ukrainian authorities have exhumed more than 530 bodies of civilians in territories reclaimed from Russian troops in the country’s northeast since the start of its military counteroffensive, Kharkiv police said on Thursday.

We counted and removed from the liberated territories the bodies of 534 civilians, including 226 women, 260 men, 19 children and 29 more people whose gender has not yet been established,” said Sergey Bolvinov, head of the Kharkiv police investigation department, at the conference. presses.

Bolvinov said the figures included bodies exhumed in the woods near Izyum, where about 440 unmarked graves were discovered after the Russian withdrawal on September 16.

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Ukrainian authorities also say they discovered dozens of alleged torture chambers and detention centers where prisoners were held in inhumane conditions.

This was announced on Wednesday by the National Police of Ukraine. investigates 928 alleged war crimes committed by Russian troops during the occupation of Kharkov.

Russian forces are accused of numerous abuses in the territories of Ukraine under their control, in particular in Bucha near Kyiv, where the corpses of civilians were found after their withdrawal from the area in late March.

Moscow denied the commission of these crimes and considered the discovery of bodies in Izyum a lie.

Having received Western weapons, Ukrainian troops launched a counteroffensive at the end of August, which allowed them to return part of the territories under the control of Moscow.

The Ukrainian army has already recaptured most of the Kharkiv region in the northeast and is now advancing in the east of the country, where it recently recaptured the Limansky railway junction, and in the south, where it aims to capture the city of Kherson. .

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“Ukrainian armed forces have liberated more than 400 square kilometers of the Kherson region since the beginning of October,” said Natalya Gumenyuk, spokeswoman for the military command in the south, quoted by the French news agency AFP.

Kherson is one of four Ukrainian regions that Russia annexed at the end of September as part of the invasion of Ukraine that began on February 24 this year.

In addition to Kherson, Donetsk, Lugansk and Zaporozhye regions were annexed to Russia, where the largest nuclear power plant in Europe is located.

The Moscow army said this Thursday in its daily report that “the enemy is removed from the line of defense of the Russian troops” in the Kherson region.

According to Moscow, Ukrainian forces deployed four tactical battalions to this front and “made several attempts to break through the Russian defenses” in the Dudchan, Sukhanovo, Sadok and Bruskinskoe areas.

Information about the course of the war disclosed by both sides cannot be immediately verified independently of each other.

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