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“The EU Owes Them an Apology!” – Swiss Magazine Hails Hungarian and Polish Humanitarian Efforts

Hungary and Poland have upheld a consistent migration policy since the migration crisis of 2015, turning away economic migrants and welcoming genuine refugees of neighboring countries with open arms

E.U. Sanctions Hungary, Poland Despite Both Countries Welcoming 1.6 Million Refugees

European Parliament votes 478 to 155 in favor of imposing sanctions on the two countries that have taken in the overwhelming majority of Ukrainian refugees.

China Seeking ‘Active’ Role in Ukraine War: Top Chinese Diplomat

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Monday his government will “continue resorting to active measures in order to settle this critical situation in Ukraine.”

Kherson Falls as Russia Pummels Port Cities and Cuts off Power, Water, and Supplies

Russia continued its all-out assault on Ukraine Wednesday afternoon, capturing the strategically important port city of Kherson near the Black Sea and making it the first major Ukrainian city to fall.

Russian Airlines, Private Jets Banned From European Airspace

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, said that the European Union would close its airspace to Russian aircraft in response to the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine, ABC News reported.

In Major Shift, Germany Sends Heavy Weaponry to Ukraine as Allies Pledge Swift Sanctions for Russia

Ukraine has been repelling Russian forces, particularly in embattled capitol city of Kyiv.

Documents Reveal US Gov’t Spent $22M Promoting Anti-Russia Narrative in Ukraine and Abroad

The National Endowment for Democracy can claim it is in the business of democracy promotion. In reality, it does anything but that, unless “democracy” is entirely synonymous with elite U.S. interests.

Google Analytics in Its Current Form Is a Privacy Law Violation, France Rules

Google tracking scripts on websites are scooping up data on visitors.

Understanding Why Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG) Scores Are Bad: ‘A Basic Primer’ by the Heartland Institute

What are ESG scores, and why are so many advocates of liberty deeply concerned about them?

Illegal Amazon Gold Seeps Into Supply Chains

The medals were billed as the most sustainable ever produced.

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