Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 88 | Russia-Ukraine was News

As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 88th day, we take a look at the main developments. Here are the key events so far on Sunday, May 22. Get the latest updates here. Fighting Russia pounded Ukrainian forces with air strikes and artillery in the east and south, targeting command centers, troops, and ammunition depots, the […]

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Australia’s Labor faces ‘ugly news’ on economy after sweeping election win

Anthony Albanese’s Labor party was edging closer to securing a majority government on Sunday as the full extent of the losses suffered by Scott Morrison’s rightwing Coalition government in Australia’s federal election were laid bare. Labor took the lead in a number of seats with tight margins including Bennelong, the Sydney seat once held by […]

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New purification facility will take water from toilet to tap

Most people do not like to think about flushing the toilet and having that same water come out of the tap. But as the California megadrought grinds on, Governor Gavin Newsom has become very enthusiastic about a new plan to render sewage water drinkable. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos “There’ll never been a project […]

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The great digital health reset – and how IT leaders should plan for what’s next

Back in 2020, in the immediate wake of the pandemic, we were celebrating the coming of age of digital health – the 25X to 50X increase in telehealth visits, the explosion in VC funding for digital health startups delivering point solutions for digital engagement and access to care, the sense of the dawn of a […]

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Finland against hosting nuclear weapons, NATO military bases: PM | NATO News

Sanna Marin says Helsinki does not want its membership bid to result in a scaled-up military footprint. Finland is opposed to NATO deploying nuclear weapons or setting up military bases on its territory even if it succeeds in its bid to become a NATO member, Prime Minister Sanna Marin has said. Marin told the Italian […]

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Meet Dos Rios Ranch, California’s newest state park

If all goes well, California’s newest state park will be open and accessible to visitors within a year. The 2,500-acre Dos Rios Ranch is at the confluence of the Tuolumne and San Joaquin rivers, about ten miles southwest of Modesto in California’s Central Valley. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos First, archeologists will do a […]

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Counterattack: Russian troops pushed back to the border – Kyiv | Russia-Ukraine was News

If confirmed, it would suggest a counteroffensive by Ukrainian soldiers is having increasing success in expelling Russian forces from the northeast. Ukraine says troops defending the country’s second-largest city Kharkiv have pushed Russian forces back and advanced as far as the border with Russia. Fighting was reported near Kharkiv on Monday in what interior ministry […]

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