Queuing in the street in Mykolaiv to collect clean drinking water is dangerous as the city is close to the front line and is often shelled. Since Russia's invasion it has remained under Ukrainian control. Tiny particles released into the air as pollution during fossil fuel use were responsible for 1.2 million deaths in 2020. About 11,840 U.S. deaths were attributable to particulate air pollution, according to Salas. Fetterman then used much of his allotted 60 seconds to discuss what he called “the elephant in the room.” "It is a matter of deep regret that there is a sharp contrast between the care and compassion rightly shown for Ukrainian refugees and other elements of the refugee and asylum system." Sack read part of the note at the news conference, in which the gunman described himself as a loner and referred to mass shootings. Destroying resources vital for civilian life is widely regarded as a violation of international humanitarian law. Fetterman replied that he had the “opportunity to defend our community as the chief law enforcement officer there” and asserted that an “overwhelming majority of the community,” including Black residents, “understood what happened.”The 19-year-old gunman who killed two people at a St. Louis high school Monday was armed with an AR-15-style rifle and over 600 rounds of ammunition, and he left behind a note referring to mass shootings, police said. Maria Kartashova, who lives with her host in Surrey, said the UK public was giving Ukrainians "more than help". - ItbG2e </div>

Pub: 02 Nov 2022 02:51 UTC
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