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Your Monday Brief: Shelling in Ukraine Increases

Last week, US intelligence learned that The Kremlin ordered the invasion of Ukraine to continue, prompting President Biden to sternly warn that President Vladimir Putin had made the decision to attack.

New intelligence reveals that 40 to 50% of the Russian forces surrounding Ukraine have moved out of formation and into combat formations.

Russian artillery fire strong escalation in eastern Ukraine this weekend, adding to fears of an impending attack and potentially giving Russia an excuse to invade. Ukrainians reluctant to leave their homesome evacuate to Russia.

After repeated assurances that the military exercises would be over by the end of this week, Belarus said that they and Russia will continue to “test” their military capabilities and that the Russian army will stay longer than planned. NATO has long warned that the deployment could be used as a cover to build an invasion force.

For all of China’s efforts to host the Winter Olympics in a festive spirit, Beijing 2022 played out like a fun scene: constrained by the pandemic, full of geopolitical tension and contaminated again by allegation of doping.

The number of TV viewers decreased significantly in the US, Canada, UK and other countries, emphasized concerns facing the Olympic movement. But the sport has shined.

Medal: Norway repeats it extraordinary success in the Winter Olympics, with 16 gold record and a total of 37 medals.

China: Chinese team has best medal in the Winter Olympics: nine gold and a total of 15 gold. Domestic, online propagandist promoted the vision of the Game without discrimination or controversy.

Athletes: Eileen Gu, an 18-year-old skier from San Francisco who competed for China, became breakout star of the event. Some Chinese Americans see themselves in the duality she accepted.

Pandemic: Of China “closed loop“The approach worked – and birth of new infrastructure. Only a few athletes had to miss their competitions, and there were days when there was not a single positive test result.

Business: Olympic sponsors are struggling to steer a widening the political wormhole between the US and China: What’s good for doing business in one country increasingly becomes a liability in the other.


The 95-year-old monarch of England has “experiencing mild cold-like symptoms‘ said Buckingham Palace.

Although the queen’s infection status remains questionable, Prince Charles, her eldest son and heir, tested positive for a mutated case two days after meeting her on Sunday. in the first day of this month.

After canceling public events in the fall, citing exhaustion, the queen has begun appeared in public again. Her weakness is deeper anxiety she extremely popular dynasty may be coming to an end.

Pandemic: Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce lifting remaining limitations in the UK on Monday, including a legal requirement for people who test positive to be quarantined.

In other pandemic developments:

Asia

Explorers have begun exploring Antarctica’s icy Weddell Sea to find one of the the most revered ships in the history of polar exploration: Endurance by Ernest Shackleton. As underwater drones scan the seafloor for wrecks, scientists are also looking for signs that the climate crisis is changing the ice cover.

With Omicron cases down, travel agents and operators have reported a significant increase in bookings for spring and summer trips. Big list trips seem to be in high demand.

This is a few trends to watch:

Air travel may open. Fewer restrictions are expected in 2022, more tourists and more flights. Fares can be even cheaper.

Input required may still have the snarl plan: Here is the guide about what happens at international borders.

Cities is making a comeback: Visitors are swarming the great museums and restaurants, especially in European capitals.

Also all-inclusive resortcaters to travelers who are worried about leaving the base by the pandemic.

There was also an increase in sexual health calm down, focus on education for families who want to help children supplement their missed learning and are smaller, more suitable travel. Happy roads!

What to cook?

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