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First grain shipment since Russia's invasion delayed by bad weather
It's now set to arrive in Istanbul on Wednesday.
African leaders welcome Russia-Ukraine wheat deal
Leaders across the continent have welcomed the deal which is set to unblock grain exports from Ukraine, after the UN said it feared a "hurricane of famine".
Anxiety grows for Ukraine's grain farmers as harvest begins
Over 20 million tonnes of last year's crop still cannot reach their destinations because of Russia's blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports.
Ukrainian navy claims to have struck Russian vessel in Black Sea
On Friday, the Ukrainian navy said that it had struck a Russian boat carrying air defence systems to a strategic island in the Black Sea.
Parent of missing Russian conscript questioned by security services
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Putin: 'We will guarantee the safe passage' of grain
After meeting the African Union leader Macky Sall, Russian President Vladimir Putin says he’s ready to support the export of Ukrainian grain via the Black Sea ports.
World Food Programme warns of mass starvation due to Russian blockade
Experts have sounded the alarm that if ports around Odessa remain closed, shortages of grain, oil and other goods will trigger famine and migration crises the world over.
This beachside town in Ukraine is now rigged with deadly mines
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Estonian-owned cargo ship sinks after explosion in Black Sea
All six crew members on board were rescued, Ukrainian authorities have said.
Eight people die in two separate military aircraft crashes in Romania
A missing fighter jet and a military helicopter sent on the search and rescue mission both went down, the defence ministry has confirmed.
'Respect closure of Black Sea access,' Turkey tells Ukraine and Russia
Ankara is trying to balance its support for Ukraine with its fragile economic ties to Russia.
Snake Island border guards are alive and well, says Ukrainian navy
The 13 border guards were initially reported dead after refusing to surrender to Russian forces and swearing at them.
Russian naval exercises raise fears in Ukraine's Azov Sea communities
Ukrainians living and working along the coast of the Azov Sea fear disruption to their livelihoods as Russia plans naval exercises in the region
Ukraine tones down threat of Russia's military drills near its border
The Russian Defense Ministry claimed the goal of the drill was to train safe manoeuvring in areas with heavy shipping, establish communications, and organise air defence at sea.
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