Articles tagged "infrastructure"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, November 15

Despite Russia’s defeat in Kherson, it still has resources to destroy Ukraine’s infrastructure -- More missiles delivered from Belarus to Russia -- Russian troops to evict civilians from three occupied settlements in Luhansk Oblast -- UN supports resolution for Russia to pay war reparations to Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, November 5

Collaborators publicly hang woman for speaking out against Russia -- Russian occupying forces loot Kherson art museum -- Russian troops regroup in Zaporizhzhia Oblast -- Russian tactic of shooting deserters shows low quality, morale of their forces -- 1,300 Starlinks in Ukraine go offline due to funding issues -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, October 22

Ukrainian troops kill 10 Iranian instructors in Russian-occupied territories -- Russian forces will likely attempt to blow up Kakhovka dam to cover withdrawal from Kherson -- Russia, Belarus bluff to make Ukraine 'divert its forces to guard northern border' -- Belarus provides Russia with 24 more tanks -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, October 20

Russia setting stage for false flag operation near Kherson -- Martial law in occupied territories imposed to suppress local resistance -- Russian proxies in Kherson plan to relocate or deport up to 60,000 city residents -- Lockheed Martin ready to boost HIMARS production to 96 units per year -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, 3 June 2022

Russia to intensify air attacks on critical infrastructure -- Russian forces struggle to establish permanent societal control in temporarily occupied territories -- Russian cruise missiles severely damaged railway infrastructure -- Russian troops set up second filtration prison near Mariupol -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, 28 March 2022

Over $63 billion in damage to infrastructure from Russia’s war on Ukraine -- Over 10,000 hectares of forests on fire in Chornobyl Exclusion Zone -- Russia withdraws troops from Kyiv Oblast following ‘significant losses -- Missile strike on Lutsk carried out from Belarus -- and more

Nos nouveaux vieux ordinateurs

Deuxfleurs se dote de 35 ordinateurs de bureaux d'occasion qui serviront de nouveaux serveurs pour améliorer le service

Timeline of the Plague Year

Rupert Read & Ian Sinclair's dissection of the Tory controlled Government’s woeful response to the country’s worst public health crisis in a century. Also as a free e-book.

Reduce Crime? Tackle Poverty and Inequality to Reduce Crime, says Police Chief

Tory's default approach with continued austerity with cuts affecting people along with reduced social programs & limited support for those in difficulty are creating more crime in the UK.