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Boris Johnson launches appeal for Ukrainian hospitals as medical supplies run low

Sky News Friday, 25 November 2022
Boris Johnson launches appeal for Ukrainian hospitals as medical supplies run lowThe UK's largest independent hospital provider and Boris Johnson have teamed up to launch an urgent Christmas appeal for medical supplies to be sent to Ukrainian hospitals.
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Watch: Russian strike hits Ukrainian city of Kherson, killing three people [Video]

Watch: Russian strike hits Ukrainian city of Kherson, killing three people

At least three people were killed after a Russian strike hit the Ukrainian city of Kherson.

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Intense bombardment around Zaporizhzhia as residents fear nuclear plant could be hit [Video]

Intense bombardment around Zaporizhzhia as residents fear nuclear plant could be hit

Residents describe their fears Russian artillery may hit Europe's biggest nuclear power station with devastating consequence for Ukraine and "everywhere the wind would blow".

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Ten civilians killed in one day as Russian artillery targets homes in Ukraine [Video]

Ten civilians killed in one day as Russian artillery targets homes in Ukraine

Ten civilians were killed in Ukraine, including three in Konstantynivka, as Russian artillery targeted homes. Ukraine's army says it has been exacting a heavy toll against Russian soldiers on the battlefield.

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Zelenskyy slams International Olympic Committee for wanting to lift ban on Russian athletes [Video]

Zelenskyy slams International Olympic Committee for wanting to lift ban on Russian athletes

Ukraine has invited the IOC chief, Thomas Bach, to visit his country's frontline after the body indicated it does not want to bar athletes from the Paris 2024 games based on their nationality.

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Behind the wire: Russian POWs being held in western Ukraine [Video]

Behind the wire: Russian POWs being held in western Ukraine

Russian POWs being held in one of 500 detention centres in Ukraine. A Belgian television crew was granted access and tells some of their stories.

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Boris Johnson Boris Johnson Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2019 to 2022

Johnson told to stop asking Richard Sharp for financial advice days before he was made BBC chair - reports

Boris Johnson was reportedly told to stop asking Richard Sharp for "advice" about his "personal financial matters" just days before he was announced as the new..
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Boris Johnson earns nearly £1m in one month - bringing his total to £2.3m

Boris Johnson has earned nearly £1m in a month to bring his earnings this parliament up to £2.3m.
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Boris Johnson's legal fees could cost taxpayer more than £222,000, says top civil servant

The government could spend more than £222,000 of public money on legal advice for Boris Johnson as he faces an investigation into whether he deliberately misled..
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Tanks, peace talks, Putin and Boris Johnson: Key points from Kay Burley's Zelenskyy interview

Kay Burley sat down with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Kyiv for an exclusive Sky News interview.
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Witnesses asked for evidence by partygate investigation into whether Johnson misled parliament

Witnesses are now being contacted to submit evidence to the partygate investigation into whether Boris Johnson misled parliament over what he knew.
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Christmas Christmas Holiday originating in Christianity, usually December 25

S Club 7 singer reveals homeless struggles: 'People think we must all be millionaires but sadly it's just not true'

Hannah Spearritt, the S Club 7 singer, has revealed she was homeless over Christmas and has spent the past six months living in multiple temporary homes with her..
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Primark: Consumer spending 'more resilient than expected' over Christmas

Primark's owner has reported "very strong" trading over Christmas, admitting that consumer spending was stronger than it had anticipated amid the squeeze on..
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California Faces Climate Extremes [Video]

California Faces Climate Extremes

California Faces , Climate Extremes. NBC reports that California has been struck by a series of powerful storms supercharged by atmospheric rivers since Christmas. Those storms have been the cause of at least 17 deaths, mudslides, closed roads and hundreds of thousands of people experiencing power outages. NBC reports that three more massive storms have been forecast for California in the coming days. Despite the ongoing flooding, leaders in California are still preparing for the possibility of continued drought this summer in parts of the state. California is experiencing — coincidentally — both a drought emergency and a flood emergency, Karla Nemeth, director of the state Department of Water Resources, via NBC. California is experiencing — coincidentally — both a drought emergency and a flood emergency, Karla Nemeth, director of the state Department of Water Resources, via NBC. NBC reports that the climate extremes in California have forced communities to balance dueling priorities. We are in this constant tension. You want to capture every drop you can. However, these are multipurpose dams — they also have to do flood control. To do flood control, you want dams as empty as possible, Jeffrey Mount, a senior fellow at the Water Policy Center of the Public Policy Institute of California, via NBC. While it remains crucial to store water for hot, dry summers, some reservoirs have been forced to release rainwater in order to manage floods. According to NBC, much of the rainfall that has fallen as a result of the atmospheric river storms will not be stored for later use in the summer. The vast majority of the water on the land is running off. There is no economically viable way to store it, Jeffrey Mount, a senior fellow at the Water Policy Center of the Public Policy Institute of California, via NBC

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Ukrainian villagers cling on despite constant shelling [Video]

Ukrainian villagers cling on despite constant shelling

At least ten residents remain in a small village in the Donetsk region during the Orthodox Christmas, despite constant shelling

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Did Putin's Army Obey His Ceasefire Order? [Video]

Did Putin's Army Obey His Ceasefire Order?

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his forces in Ukraine to observe a unilateral, 36-hour cease-fire, for the Orthodox Christmas. The Russian leader announced that the Kremlin's troops would pause fighting after the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, proposed it. But Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address on Saturday that the Russian military was continuing to strike Ukrainian positions despite their declared ceasefire. Report by Braybrooks. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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