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  • Matthew Hollingworth
    Matthew Hollingworth “What we still see today is obviously just a level of destruction and dispossession that is far greater than I've probably ever seen anywhere else in the world in any other war. There's so much more to do. Every child I've met today in Gaza said the same thing. They are dreaming of eating vegetables, they're dreaming of eating meat. It's barely a life.” 2 hours ago
  • Andrei Kartapolov
    Andrei Kartapolov “If we see that the challenges and threats increase, it means that we can correct something in [the doctrine] regarding the timing of the use of nuclear weapons and the decision to make this use.” 2 hours ago
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Wednesday
June, 2024

“Just like in our relations with Italy, we do not see any Russophobic stance when working with the South Korean government. Neither are there any weapons supplies to the conflict zone. We highly appreciate that.”

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President of Russia
05 Jun 2024 3 1
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“The first thing I want to say is of course we are against terrorism in all its manifestations, against attacks against civilians - at any place and in any country. But what is happening now in Gaza in response to the well-known terrorist act in Israel does not really look like a war, it is some kind of total destruction of the civilian population. We believe this is a result of US policy. They monopolized the peace process. They pushed aside all previously established mechanisms for collective efforts to solve this extremely difficult problem.”

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President of Russia
05 Jun 2024 4 2
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“You should not make Russia out to be the enemy. You're only hurting yourself with this, you know? They thought that Russia wanted to attack NATO. Have you gone completely crazy? That is as thick as this table. Who came up with this? It is just complete nonsense, you know? Total rubbish.”

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President of Russia
05 Jun 2024 1 2
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“It is wrong to see this proposal as more than a stopgap. Most important, this plan doesn't answer the fundamental question of who rules Gaza after the conflict. This is a cease-fire plan, not a day-after plan.”

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Director of the Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution
05 Jun 2024 2 2
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“If you send your soldiers, your experts or your instructors to the Ukrainian land in order to teach Ukrainian soldiers how to target and kill Russians better, they will naturally become a legitimate target.”

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Spokesperson for the Russian Embassy in France
05 Jun 2024 2 2
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“If they consider it possible to deliver such weapons to the combat zone to launch strikes on our territory and create problems for us, why don't we have the right to supply weapons of the same type to some regions of the world where they can be used to launch strikes on sensitive facilities of the countries that do it to Russia? We will think about it.”

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President of Russia
05 Jun 2024 2 4
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“We will work with any president the American people elect. I say absolutely sincerely, I wouldn't say that we believe that after the election something will change on the Russian track in the American politics. We don't think so. We think nothing that serious will happen.”

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President of Russia
05 Jun 2024 2 2
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“Whoever thinks that they can harm us and we will sit idly by is making a big mistake. We are prepared for a very strong action in the north. In one way or another we will restore security to the north.”

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Prime Minister of Israel
05 Jun 2024 1 2
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“We must be ready for war by 2029. We have to act as a deterrent to prevent the worst from happening. In emergency situations, we need young men and women who can defend this country. Germany needs a new form of military service, which cannot be completely free of obligations.”

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Minister of Defence of Germany
05 Jun 2024 2 1
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“Children in Gaza are forced to deal with the horrific reality of loss, of trauma, of total destruction. The whole story is even darker than what we see. [The trauma] runs deeper as they grow up. Before October 7, some 5,000 children in Gaza needed some kind of mental health support. Today, all children in Gaza need mental health support and in many cases, specialised support as the war has had a profound impact on their psychological wellness. The services on the ground are almost non-existent. The only psychiatric hospital in Gaza has been out of service early on in this escalation and that means the basic needs of mental health can't be met. As long as children continue to witness and experience the war it's really hard to deal with the trauma. The first of the eight principles of trauma is to remove the person from the environment of the trauma. That's impossible in Gaza; there's no place that feels safe.”

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Spokesperson for UNICEF’s Middle East and North Africa office
05 Jun 2024 5 2
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