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Problem After Problem’

Jamaican students in Ukraine facing severe challenges as they flee war-ravaged country.

“Problem after problem,” a distressed parent lamented to the Jamaica Observer on Sunday following an update from her son in Ukraine that he, along with 23 other Jamaican students, had been forced to embark on a nine-hour walk to the Polish border from the city of Lviv after initial plans to travel by bus were disrupted.

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Turkey Dubs Russia Invasion Of Ukraine ‘War’ In Shift Of Rhetoric

The decision could pave the way for the NATO member state to enact an international pact limiting Russian naval passage to the Black Sea.

Turkey has called Russia’s assault on Ukraine a “war” in a rhetorical shift that could pave the way for the NATO member nation to implement parts of an international pact, potentially limiting the transit of Russian warships from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea.

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Ukraine Demands Cease-fire In Russia Talks

Ukraine demanded an immediate cease-fire and the withdrawal of Russian forces as its delegation arrived Monday for talks with Russia, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged the European Union to grant his country immediate membership in the bloc.

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Explanation of Vote By Ambassador Zhang Jun At The UN Security Council On The Resolution On Ukraine

China’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Zhang Jun made a statement about Russia-Ukraine conflict at UN Security Council meeting on Sunday.

The United Nations Security Council called for a rare emergency special session of the 193-member General Assembly on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which will be held on Monday, as western allies step up a diplomatic campaign to isolate Moscow. Here is the full statement:

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