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Ukrainian Media: Russian Frigate "Admiral Makarov" was Hit near Snake Island

The frigate "Admiral Makarov" - one of the newest in the Russian Black Sea Fleet - was hit by Ukrainians near the notorious Snake Island, Ukrainian media reported.

So far, neither army has confirmed or denied the news.

It was reported by the Odessa edition of "Dumskaya" yesterday and spread instantly in the Ukrainian media.

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According to him, the decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to conduct a special military operation on Ukrainian territory managed to prevent a huge tragedy.
He asked on the Telegram how else can it be explained that Washington made all decisions on the delivery of weapons to Ukraine in January, before the start of the Russian military operation, RIA Novosti reports.

Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan to reunite for ‘Neighbours’ finale

Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan will return to Australian soap opera "Neighbours" for its finale after an absence of more than 30 years, the soon-to-be axed show's creators said on May 1.

The Australian stars both launched their careers on the long-running program, which announced in March that it will cease production next month after nearly 37 years on small screens.

Russia threatened Japan

This threat is just a continuation of the conflict between Moscow and Tokyo. Moscow is furious that Japan has given unequivocal support to Ukraine and is getting closer to NATO member states. Russia and Japan, in fact, have had unresolved relations since the end of World War II because of the islands that were then occupied by Soviet forces.

Auto supplier Continental resumes Russia production

German auto supplier Continental said yesterday it had restarted production in Russia after local employees were threatened with "severe criminal consequences" if the company refused to serve local demand.

Continental had announced it would pause production and cease trading with Russia at the beginning of March, just over a week after the start of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

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