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Russia-Ukraine conflict 

Russia’s military operation in Ukraine is now in its fourth day, with fighting expanding to more areas across the country. The Ukrainian government says troops are in full control of the second largest city, Kharkiv, after a Russian attack. Russian forces have targeted a gas pipeline near the city as well as an oil depot near the capital Kiev. Moscow says its forces have entirely besieged the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson and the southeastern city of Berdyansk. But, no Russian forces are in Kiev and the city continues its defense. That’s according to the mayor of Kiev where a series of blasts were heard earlier on Sunday. A senior advisor to the Ukrainian president says Russia is losing initiative in its attack and has suffered heavy losses. 

Russia-Ukraine talks 

Ukraine agrees to hold talks with Russia at the Belarus border. That’s according to the Ukrainian presidency. Hours ago, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky turned down a Russian offer of talks to take place in Belarus capital, Minsk. Zelensky cited “hostile actions” from Minsk for rejecting the offer. 

Slamming ties with Israel 

The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says Israel is the main culprit behind provoking conflicts in the region. Abdul-Malik al-Houthi also denounced the normalization deals between Israel and some Arab nations as an act of treason. He said these Arab countries seek to portray Israel as a friend and tarnish the image of resistance groups. But, he added, Israel is using them as a tool to implement its plots in the region. Al-Houthi noted that Muslim people will foil such plots through resistance and steadfastness. He made the remarks in a televised address to the Yemeni nation. 

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