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Russia’s War on Ukraine Latest News: Holding Out in the East

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(C) Reuters. Ukrainian servicemen drive near Bakhmut, as Russia’s attack in Ukraine continues, in Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine, September 7, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad

(Reuters) – Ukrainian troops are holding out against repeated attacks by Russian forces in two eastern towns while those at the southern front are poised to battle for the strategic Kherson region, which Russia appears to be reinforcing.

CONFLICT

* Ukrainian troops are holding out against repeated attacks near the two eastern towns of Avdiivka and Bakhmut in the Donbas region, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said, describing the Russian tactics as crazy.

* A Russian-backed separatist official in Ukraine’s eastern Luhansk region said heavy fighting was taking place in the region’s Kreminna and Svatove districts.

* Ukraine’s counter-offensive against Kherson region is proving more difficult than it was in the northeast because of wet weather and the nature of the terrain, Ukraine’s defence minister said.

* Russian-installed authorities in Kherson city have been encouraging residents to flee, but Oleksiy Arestovych, adviser to Zelenskiy, said there was no sign Russian forces themselves were preparing to retreat.* Russia continues to make the case that Ukraine intends to detonate a “dirty bomb” with radioactive contaminants. Kyiv denies that.

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* The remains of a U.S. citizen killed in fighting in Ukraine have been released to Ukrainian authorities and will soon be returned to the person’s family, a State Department spokesperson said.

* Italy’s prime minister said the only way to facilitate peace between Russia and Ukraine is helping Kyiv militarily.

* Russian President Vladimir Putin observed exercises by Russia’s strategic nuclear forces and told intelligence chiefs of several former Soviet countries that the risk of conflict in the region and the world was high.

* U.N. aid chief Martin Griffiths said he was “relatively optimistic” that a U.N.-brokered deal that allowed a resumption of Ukraine Black Sea grain exports would be extended beyond mid-November.

* Putin is likely to use the possible extension of the grain deal as a way to gain leverage and dominate next month’s G20 summit in Indonesia, a European diplomat briefed on grain talks told Reuters.

ECONOMY

* U.S. and Western officials are finalising plans to impose a cap on Russian oil prices amid a warning from the World Bank that any plan will need active participation of emerging market economies to be effective.

* The European Union could introduce a gas price cap this winter to limit excessive price spikes, if countries give Brussels a mandate to propose the measure.

Russia’s war on Ukraine latest news: holding out in the east

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Alaska’s Murkowski, Peltola Win Reelection in Latest Trump Rebuke

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska has won reelection, defeating Kelly Tshibaka, a former Republican state official who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump, a tabulation carried out by state officials showed on Wednesday.

Murkowski, 65, has represented Alaska in the Senate since 2002 and has built an independent profile as one of the chamber’s few centrists. Her victory is another setback for Trump, who saw several of his preferred candidates defeated in the Nov. 8 midterm elections.

Murkowski defeated Tshibaka after Alaska finished tabulating all ballots in a publicly broadcast session using its new “ranked choice” system, which allows voters to list candidates in order of preference.

In each round of counting, the candidate with the lowest share of votes is eliminated and the ballots which ranked them first are then redistributed. The candidate with a majority of votes after all ballots have been counted wins.

She would have won even under the old system, as she had a slight edge on Tshibaka after the first round of counting.

Murkowski was the first Republican senator to call for Trump’s resignation after his supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, in an attempt to prevent Congress from certifying Democrat Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory. She later voted to impeach him.

She won reelection as a write-in candidate in 2010 after her party nominated a more right-wing contender.

Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski wins re-election to U.S. Senate

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Sri Lanka Central Bank Holds Rates Steady, Says Mkt Interest Rates Must Fall

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COLOMBO (Reuters) – Sri Lanka’s central bank held rates on Thursday, adding it expects a moderation in market interest rates in line with the prevailing policy interest rates.

The Standing Lending Facility rate was held steady at 15.50% while the Standing Deposit Facility Rate was kept unchanged at 14.50%.

“The Board was of the view that the prevailing tight monetary policy stance is necessary to rein in any underlying demand pressures in the economy,” the central banks said in a statement.

Sri Lanka cenbank holds rates steady as expected amid slowing inflation

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U.S. FDA Denies Australian Dairy Accelerated Approval to Sell Infant Formula

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(Reuters) -Australian Dairy Nutritionals Group said on Thursday its application for accelerated approval to vend the dairy firm’s branded infant formula in the United States has not been accepted by the country’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Antipodean dairy companies have been queuing up for necessary approvals since May after the United States faced a nationwide shortage of baby food.

The FDA’s temporary approval process was only available until Nov. 14, but the dairy firm can now apply for registration via a normal process to sell the infant milk formula products, it said.

“We are advanced in preparing our toddler milk – stage 3 – for launch in the United States next year,” it added.

New Zealand’s a2 Milk Co earlier this month received approval to export infant milk formula to the United States.

U.S. FDA denies Australian Dairy accelerated approval to sell infant formula

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