BLUFDescribed as an “endless caravan of death”, thousands of bodies are transported to morgues and landfills. Consequences of war are being felt far beyond Eastern Europe because shipments of Ukrainian grain have halted, driving up the food price.
This article written by Bernat Armangue and Yuras Karmanau for AP notes the following:
- At least 21,000 Mariupol civilians were killed during the weeks-long Russian siege.
- Twenty-two million tons of grain remain in Ukraine, endangering the food supply to developing countries.
- Heavy fighting continues in and around Sievierodonetsk.
- Zelenskyy said Russia is unwilling to negotiate, but Ukraine will negotiate “to find a way out.”
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References from the web:
- May 2022 The Economist The coming food catastrophe
- Jun2022 Aljazeera Russia-Ukraine live news: ‘Endless caravan of death’ in Mariupol
- Jun 2022 BBC News Ukraine war: WTO boss warns of global food crisis
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