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Zelensky says war is making its way back to Russian territory

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says war is slowly making its way back into Russian territory.

This comes shortly after the Kremlin accused Kyiv of launching drone attacks on Moscow, the latest in a series of such incidents.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, three drones were intercepted, but one managed to hit a business and shopping development in the west of the capital, causing damage to the fifth and sixth floors of a 50-story building. Fortunately, there were no reported casualties.

Zelensky addressed the situation in his daily speech, emphasizing that Ukraine is growing stronger, and the war is now reaching significant centers and military bases in Russia. He saw this as an inevitable consequence of Russia’s actions and considered it just.

A spokesperson for Ukraine’s Air Force commented on the drone attacks, suggesting that their purpose was to remind the Russians, who felt detached from the conflict since the Kremlin invaded Ukraine in 2022, that the war indeed has consequences that affect them as well.

Ukraine has been increasingly employing unmanned aerial vehicles not just for reconnaissance but also for offensive actions. The country’s “Army of Drones” procurement plan, overseen by Minister Mykhailo Fedorov of the Digital Transformation Ministry, indicates that more drone strikes are planned as part of Kyiv’s summer counteroffensive to push Russian troops out of Ukrainian territory.

Moscow was targeted earlier as well, with Ukraine claiming responsibility for a strike that hit two non-residential buildings. Russia denounced this as a “terrorist attack,” although their own military actions in Ukraine have resulted in civilian casualties.

Over the weekend, Russian missile attacks in Sumy and Zaporizhzhia left several civilians dead and injured, with multiple areas experiencing heavy bombardments. The incidents have significantly unsettled residents of the Russian capital.

The situation escalated further as Ukrainian drones targeted the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula, with Russia’s Defense Ministry stating that they intercepted 25 unmanned aerial vehicles, shooting down 16 and causing the others to crash into the Black Sea after jamming their signals.

On a separate occasion, Russia claimed that Ukraine had fired a missile inside Russian territory over the city of Taganrog, but Ukraine did not comment on the incident.

These events have increased tensions and raised concerns about further escalation and potential casualties on both sides. The situation remains highly volatile and continues to draw international attention.

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Nintendo’s live presentation sets the stage to end the financial year with a bang

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PlayStation 5 has received a fresh Discord update, enhancing your social gaming experience. Connect with friends, join voice chats, and stay in the loop directly from your console.

Prepare for a thrilling showcase packed with game reveals, exclusive trailers, and updates on your favourite Nintendo franchises.

Whether you’re a fan of Mario, Zelda, or new indie titles, this Direct promises to deliver something for everyone. Mark your calendars and get ready for a gaming extravaganza!

Emily Leaney joins to discuss the latest.

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U.S. advocates for tobacco-style warning labels on social media platforms

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In an attempt to safeguard adolescent mental health, the U.S. Surgeon General has advocated for the implementation of warning labels on social media platforms.

On this episode of Ticker Hot Shots – U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy looks to implement warnings on social media platforms, Adobe get sued over hidden payments, a micro-EV slots into the urban market and the Pope attends G7 to warn over the use of AI.

Ticker’s Mike Loder and Veronica Dudo discuss. #featured #trending

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China & Australia are working to strengthen ties amid panda and wine diplomacy

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Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Chinese Premier Li Li Qiang engaged in discussions concerning trade relations and human rights during a recent diplomatic meeting.

The talks aimed to address key issues affecting the economic and political relationship between the two nations.

Albanese emphasised the importance of maintaining a constructive dialogue despite recent tensions, highlighting Australia’s commitment to fostering mutually beneficial trade partnerships with China.

Professor Tim Harcourt from UTS joins to discuss. #featured #trending #global view

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