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Ukraine’s Zelensky warns of energy crisis, as Russia destroys power stations

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Ukraine’s Zelensky warns of an energy crisis as Russia continues to destroy critical power stations

Ukraine’s Zelensky warns of an energy crisis as energy infrastructure is subject to further Russian attacks. The attacks have left more than a thousand towns and villages without power.

President Volodomyr Zelensky has confirmed 30 per cent of his country’s power stations have been destroyed in just eight days.

In the capital of Kyiv, many residents are also without access to basic services, including water following this week’s deadly blasts.

This comes as Kyiv’s mayor confirms three victims of these latest strikes were employees of “critical infrastructure”.

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In total, five people have died as a result of seperate Russian bombardments on Monday and Tuesday.

New Russian commander

Russia’s new commander of the nation’s so-called ‘Special Military Operation’ in Ukraine says the goal of the war is to create a Ukraine that is “friendly” to Russia and independent of the West.

He says “Russians and Ukrainians are one people”, and all Russia wants is the country to be independent of the West and NATO.

The individual, General Surovikin, began commanding Ukraine operations just one week ago.

He has labelled Russia’s campaign in Ukraine as “tense.”

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Iran denies supplying weapons to Russia

It comes as officials in Iran slam claims their country is sending weapons, including the deadly kamikaze military drones, to Russia.

Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs says it has “always opposed the continuation of the [Ukraine] war”.

Kamikaze drones

Iran also confirming it remains committed to negotiating with Ukraine to resolve the accusations.

The U.S. says it will do everything in its power to prevent any future sales of such weapons of mass destruction.

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Hush money: Trump’s criminal trial finally begins

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Jury selection has commenced in the criminal trial of former President Donald Trump, focusing on allegations related to hush money payments made to women who claimed to have had affairs with him.

  • Donald Trump became the first former U.S. president to stand trial
  • He faces charges stemming from a hush-money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels
  • At least 50 prospective jurors were dismissed after saying they could not be impartial

The former U.S. president said, “It’s a scam trial. If you read all of the legal pundits, all of the legal scholars today, there’s not one that I see that said, this is a case that should be brought or tried. It’s a scam. It’s a political witch hunt.”

Trump must attend the trial, which is expected to last through May, as reported by Reuters.

Criminal charges

Prosecutors allege that Trump orchestrated payments to silence Stormy Daniels, who claimed to have had extramarital affairs with him, ahead of the 2016 presidential election

Trump has denied any wrongdoing, maintaining that the payments were not campaign-related and therefore not subject to campaign finance laws.

However, the prosecution contends that the payments were made to influence the election, constituting a violation of federal law.

The trial is expected to delve into Trump’s involvement in the payments and his knowledge of their purpose.

 

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Latest Sydney church horror: Stabbing rocks Wakeley community

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A man has been arrested after a bishop was stabbed at Christ the Good Shepherd Church in Wakeley.

Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel was preaching at Christ The Good Shepherd Church in Wakeley in Sydney’s west on Monday just after 7pm when a man dressed in black walked up to the altar and allegedly stabbed him multiple times.

Eyewitnesses described scenes of chaos and terror as an assailant approached the altar where Bishop Emmanuel was delivering a sermon.

Chstbrl Saliba, the Deputy Mayor of Fairfield, told Sky News that after the attack, the Bishop got to his feet, and placed his hand on the head of the assailant and began praying for him.

NSW Police said in a statement:

“A police operation is underway in Wakeley, following reports of a stabbing. Officers attached to Fairfield City Police Area Command attended a location on Welcome Street, Wakeley following reports a number of people were stabbed. Officers arrested a male and he is assisting police with inquiries.”

2GB Radio host Ben Fordham says the situation is so chaotic outside the church that police have had to use capsicum spray outside of the church. One woman has been treated.

 

Fordham says police are concerned about the volatile situation outside the church.

Without warning, the attacker unleashed a flurry of stabs, targeting the bishop and several worshippers in a frenzied assault.

Horrifying footage captured the moment of the attack, as the live broadcast on the church’s social media pages captured the unfolding tragedy.

Bishop Emmanuel’s expression of astonishment turned to one of sheer horror as he became the primary target of the assailant’s vicious blows.

NSW ambulance has confirmed at least one person has been taken to hospital.

The assault at Christ the Good Shepherd Church echoes previous instances of mass violence that have rocked Sydney in recent years, after six people were killed by a man at Bondi.

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Eisman identifies infrastructure as key investment opportunity

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Famed investor Steve Eisman, has shifted his focus to infrastructure, citing three main reasons.

 

The pandemic-induced shift towards onshore investment, the rise of AI necessitating data centre expansion, and the global push towards greener energy.

Eisman believes these trends offer a decade-long opportunity for investors, with Australia presenting ample opportunities for market participation.

Notable companies to consider for exposure include BlueScope and James Hardie Industries for building materials, Macquarie Technology and Goodman Group for data centres, and Worley, AGL Energy, and Origin Energy for electricity grid upgrades and green infrastructure.

However, Eisman cautions investors to approach utility investments carefully, considering their capital expenditure budgets in renewable energy and grid upgrades.

 

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