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Despite invading Ukraine, Russian journalist is auctioned off Nobel Peace Prize to aid Ukraine children 

What happened: The co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize and also the editor of Russia’s largest independent newspaper, Dimitry Muratov, has decided to auction off

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Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari defends Imran Khan’s Russia trip

What happened: On May 19, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari defended Imran Khan’s trip to Moscow, saying the former prime minister didn’t know Russia would invade

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This celebrity chef’s Ukrainian charity kitchen was destroyed by Russian missiles

What happened: A Russian missile attacked a Ukrainian humanitarian kitchen belonging to renowned chef José Andrés in the northeastern city of Kharkiv. World Central Kitchen,

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This Russian journalist is donating his 2021 Nobel Prize to raise funds for Ukrainians

What happened: On March 22, Dmitry Muratov, the co-winner of the Nobel Peace Award in 2021, announced that he will give his prize for auction

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Russian court believes ‘Meta and Facebook is guilty of extremist activity’

What happened: A court in Moscow ruled that Facebook and Meta have been promoting extremist content and are guilty of extremist activity. The ruling comes

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Russians think people would buy a Big Mac for $36?

What happened: Following the closure of more than 800 McDonald’s outlets in Russia, they are now attempting to sell Big Macs and other McDonald’s items

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Humanitarian aid, including medicines reaches Ukraine from Pakistan

What happened: On March 18, the war-hit country Ukraine received humanitarian aid from Pakistan, including nine tons of medicines, electro-medical equipment, and food supplies. Pakistan’s


Journalist, Julia Ioffe says its ‘one thing for sarin gas to be used on Syrians who are Muslims and of different culture’

What happened: On March 17, a clip of a Russian-American journalist, Julia Ioffe, whose comparison of Syria and Ukraine went viral for the wrong reasons

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Millions have been raised to send Russian president Putin to Jupiter

What happened: A website has been seen on social media by the name of “Send Putin to Jupiter” and the website has already raised two million dollars

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The Russia-Ukraine war has posed a threat of food shortage globally

What happened: Amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the United Nations has hinted at a food shortage as both countries account for nearly a third of