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Ukraine marks Independence Day six months into conflict

Here on Playback, we bring you up-to-date with the biggest stories of the week. Join us as we dive into global events around the world. This week, we’re in Ukraine as the country marks its Independence Day with muted commemorations, while missiles continue to bombard other regions. We take a look at ‘Euphrates Shield,’ Türkiye's first anti-terror operation in Syria targeting the Daesh and YPG terror groups launched six years ago. Meanwhile in Pakistan, former prime minister Imran Khan has been granted bail by the Islamabad High Court as he faces terrorism charges. And finally, we go to Japan to have a look at the multi-million dollar plastic food industry, which creates samples that look more mouth-watering than the real things.

Kosovo Independence: Restaurant uses food as international protest

Kosovo Independence: Restaurant uses food as international protest

Kashmir Tensions: Protesters call for end to lockdown in region

Kashmir Tensions: Protesters call for end to lockdown in region

Afghan groom speaks about the bombing that ripped through his wedding

Afghan groom speaks about the bombing that ripped through his wedding

India - the good, the bad and the ugly

India - the good, the bad and the ugly

Beyond Borders: the shockwaves felt by Italy’s seismic shift to the right

Beyond Borders: the shockwaves felt by Italy’s seismic shift to the right

Yusuf / Cat Stevens | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Yusuf / Cat Stevens | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Africa Matters: Nigeria plans to take skin off the menu

Africa Matters: Nigeria plans to take skin off the menu

Africa Matters: Ramaphosa at Buckingham Palace

Africa Matters: Ramaphosa at Buckingham Palace

Africa Matters: Withdrawing from Mali

Africa Matters: Withdrawing from Mali

Prince El Hassan Bin Talal of Jordan | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Prince El Hassan Bin Talal of Jordan | The InnerView with Imran Garda

UN, Türkiye-brokered Ukrainian grain deal extended for 120 days

UN, Türkiye-brokered Ukrainian grain deal extended for 120 days

Africa Matters: Apartheid victims camp out for reparations

Africa Matters: Apartheid victims camp out for reparations

Ukraine requests 'immediate access' to Poland blast site

Ukraine requests 'immediate access' to Poland blast site

Middle Corridor is top of the agenda for OTS ministers, leaders

Middle Corridor is top of the agenda for OTS ministers, leaders

Africa Matters: Nigerian snack goes solar

Africa Matters: Nigerian snack goes solar

Africa Matters: Uganda in climate conundrum

Africa Matters: Uganda in climate conundrum

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