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Three ships leave Ukraine with 58,000 tonnes of corn

Another three ships loaded with 58,000 tonnes of corn have set sail from Ukrainian ports, and are now headed to Istanbul for inspection. It follows the breakthrough deal between Moscow and Kiev to release Ukrainian grain via the Black Sea. Rumeysa Kalin Karabulut reports. #grainships #ukraine #blacksea

Turkey and Ukraine: Black Sea Neighbors and Strategic Partners

Turkey and Ukraine: Black Sea Neighbors and Strategic Partners

Russia-Ukraine Tensions: Ukraine imposes martial law for 30 days

Russia-Ukraine Tensions: Ukraine imposes martial law for 30 days

Russia seizes Ukrainian ships

Russia seizes Ukrainian ships

Russia - Ukraine Tensions: Russia, Ukraine tensions continue to mount

Russia - Ukraine Tensions: Russia, Ukraine tensions continue to mount

Polls closed in presidential, national and regional elections

Polls closed in presidential, national and regional elections

Lula and Bolsonaro headed for run-off

Lula and Bolsonaro headed for run-off

Residents of two low-lying islands band together in aftermath

Residents of two low-lying islands band together in aftermath

Football matches cancelled in Indonesia as investigation ordered

Football matches cancelled in Indonesia as investigation ordered

Spanish retailers averse to fixed-price shopping

Spanish retailers averse to fixed-price shopping

Moscow confirms soldiers withdrew from the city of Lyman

Moscow confirms soldiers withdrew from the city of Lyman

At least 125 dead in stampede at football stadium in Indonesia

At least 125 dead in stampede at football stadium in Indonesia

Bosnian vote drowned out by nationalist rhetoric

Bosnian vote drowned out by nationalist rhetoric

Disabled people in Gaza battle isolation

Disabled people in Gaza battle isolation

Florida on long road to recovery from Hurricane Ian

Florida on long road to recovery from Hurricane Ian

Iraqi demonstrations mark 2019 October Protest that killed over 500

Iraqi demonstrations mark 2019 October Protest that killed over 500

Army announces regime change in Burkina Faso for second time in less than a year

Army announces regime change in Burkina Faso for second time in less than a year

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