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Four more grain ships set sail from Black Sea ports under Russia deal
The cargo ships carrying over 160,000 tonnes of corn and other foodstuffs left Chernomorsk and Odesa, heading for Turkey, Italy and China under an international deal struck in July.
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Shipping companies are not rushing to export millions of tons of trapped grain out of Ukraine, despite a breakthrough deal to provide safe corridors through the Black Sea.
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".
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UN cautious over Ukraine claim that end to grain blockade is close
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Anxiety grows for Ukraine's grain farmers as harvest begins
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Russian blockade of Ukraine grain exports a 'real war crime': Borrell
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World Food Programme warns of mass starvation due to Russian blockade
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Western sanctions could effect €1 billion fashion loss
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