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Saturday March 5th, 2022 evening edition

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Ukraine's Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov attends the talks with Russian officials in the Gomel region, Belarus February 28, 2022.

LVIV, Ukraine March 5 (Reuters) - Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov said on Saturday that 66,224 Ukrainian men had returned from abroad to join the fight against Russia's invasion.

"That's how many men returned from abroad at this moment to defend their country from the horde.

Ukrainians, we are invincible," Reznikov said in an online post.

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Reporting by Pavel Polityuk Writing by Alessandra Prentice Editing by Catherine Evans. »

An Anti-Vax Judge Is Preventing the Navy From Deploying a Warship

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This judge has overruled multiple admirals and captains who assert, under oath, that deploying the ship with Doe in charge would imperil national security.

He instead ordered the Navy, under threat of sanction, to keep this disobedient officer in charge of a $1.8 billion warship.

That judge, Steven Douglas Merryday, is a George H.W. Bush nominee who sits on a federal trial court in Florida. »

What If Russia Loses?

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He has misjudged the political tenor of the country, which was not waiting to be liberated by Russian soldiers.

The Russian military is in another league from that of Ukraine, and Russia is of course a nuclear power, whereas Ukraine is not.

Through aerial bombardment and missile attacks, Russia could level the cities of Ukraine, thereby achieving dominance over the battle space. »

Ukrainian retail chains remove Coca-Cola products from sale due to its continued operation in Russia

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Ukrainian retail chains remove Coca-Cola products from sale due to its continued operation in Russia.

Ukrainian retail chains withdraw from sale the products of the American company Coca-Cola Co. due to the continuation of its work in the market of the Russian Federation.

Fozzy Group also refused to sell Coca-Cola products and condemned the company's decision to continue operating in the Russian Federation. »