Ukraine grain exports
Black Sea grain deal Ships headed to Ukraine via Black Sea legitimate targets for attacks, warns Russia

The warning comes following Ukraine’s attempts to revive the Black Sea grain deal without Russia. Ukraine is pitching a proposal that involves other countries providing protection to ships carrying its grain

Ukraine grain deal Ukraine grain deal is feel-good event, but road to peace is long and winding

Under the agreement, Ukrainian vessels would guide ships in and out of Ukraine’s heavily mined ports, and Russia would agree not to attack the area while shipments were moving. Turkey’s role will be to inspect ships leaving Ukrainian ports for smuggled arms

Mapping Faultlines: As Ukraine war enters sixth month, grain and gas are in focus

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClicks’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the recent agreement to facilitate grain exports from Ukraine, and the energy crisis faced by Europe

Daily Round-up | Shipyard workers end strike in South Korea & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the agreement involving Russia and Ukraine on grain exports, the end of a shipyard workers’ strike in South Korean, and the impact of climate change on Brazil

Daily Round-up | Rights groups criticize Biden’s visit to West Asia and other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from Joe Biden’s visit of West Asia, the rise in violence in Haiti, a deal to export grain from Ukraine, and a report on the impact of war on children

Putin’s summits next week will strengthen ties with Iran, Turkey

The Russian president’s visit comes at a highly transformative period in the US approach toward both Turkey and Iran and following Joe Biden’s crucial visit to West Asia