• 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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June, 2024

“In the law of armed conflicts there are no limits in terms of the range. So militarily, again, if the target is deeper into Russia, then, military, you'd want to strike that target. If, for example, aircraft that take off from an airfield deeper into Russia. If you push back the Russians deeper into Russia, that will make the fight more difficult for them.”

Chair of the NATO Military Committee
07 Jun 2024 1 3
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“There is something to critics who have called the US a bit apocryphal in the way they're supporting Ukraine but also continuing unfettered support to Israel when there are real questions about the [Israeli army's] conduct in Gaza. There's a lot of soul-searching going on within the Biden administration. That's going to be another important factor come November - Biden's Gaza policy and what happens next with this attempt to bring a ceasefire to Gaza and figure out a post-conflict scenario.”

Senior research fellow at the US-based Soufan Centre
07 Jun 2024 6 3
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“Nowadays, the world order is switching to a fairer and more balanced state, based on multipolarity and multilateralism. The economies of the BRICS bloc have been able to smash the hegemony of the United States, and they are the hope for the development of cooperation and complementarity among the countries.”

President of Bolivia
07 Jun 2024 4 3
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“The Russians really have kind of stalled out up there, basically. Their advance on Kharkiv is all but over because they ran into the first line of defenses of the Ukrainian armed forces and basically stopped, if not pulled back some units.”

National Security Council spokesman
07 Jun 2024 5 2
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“We will use the days to come to finalize the largest possible coalition to implement Ukraine's demand.”

President of France
07 Jun 2024 2 1
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“The problem at the hospital [Al-Aqsa Hospital] here is represented by something above emergency. There are exhausted medical staff inside the hospital - for the past eight months, non-stop work, as well as the huge influx of injuries coming to the hospital. We have two other factors, important factors that are affecting the work of the hospital. One of which is the lack of fuel to keep it sustainable. The hospital is resorting to its solar panel systems on the rooftop, but this is not sufficient enough to run the operating rooms, to run the ICU or incubators for babies. It's only sufficient to keep on the lighting. The other important factor that is crippling the hospital's ability to intervene properly is the acute shortage of medical supplies. We're talking about almost a month now of no medical supplies.”

Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from Deir el-Balah
07 Jun 2024 2 3
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“We live in times when Europe again stopped being a continent of peace. We live in times when Nazism is returning again, unfortunately. Now in Europe again cities are being destroyed and villages are being burned to ashes. In Europe again we have filtration camps, deportations, and hatred that became a new cult in Russia.”

President of Ukraine
07 Jun 2024 3 1
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