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Russians write ‘for our children’ for missile used on Ukraine railway station attack killing 39 civilians

Russians write 'for our children' for missile used on Ukraine railway station attack killing 39 civilians
Apr 8 2022 Share

In a missile attack on Ukraine’s Kramatorsk’s station in the east of the country, Russians wrote what is being called by many a ‘message of revenge’.

Journalists on site have revealed that they had seen the words ‘for our children’ written on the side of the remains of a large rockets. The attack killed at least 39 people, including four children whilst 87 individuals were wounded. Thousands of evacuees escaped the area following the attack in an attempt to reach safer parts of Ukraine.

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Highly graphic photos revealed by the Guardian show the remains of the attack in Kramatorsk area, with bodies laying across the floor together with rubble and remains of luggage, prams and other belongings as smoke emerged from the building.

Military analysts revealed that the missile concerned is a Soviet-era Tochka U missile which is accurate to between 200 and 500 feet. Despite Moscow denying the attack, the missile was painted the same green as Russian weapons while Kyiv’s are painted grey.

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Relikc launch brand new single and music video ‘Chemicals’ with Pamela

Relikc launch brand new single and music video ‘Chemicals’ with Pamela
Apr 8 2022 Share

Relikc is back with a brand new single and music video titled “Chemicals”. The song is a collaboration with one of Malta’s finest vocalists Pamela Bezzina, and is a soulful ballad which is not typical of the band.

On the other hand, Pamela is well known for her Soul and Gospel background making her the perfect fit for the song. The song is the third release since Relikc’s change in line-up, and further solidifies their departure from their history of light-hearted music.

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The music video was filmed at the Archaeological Museum in Valletta in collaboration with Heritage Malta, and also features a string quartet alongside the band and singers.

Watch the music video below:

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Regional Road lane partially closed after billboard tilts above Tal-Qroqq tunnels

Regional Road lane partially closed after billboard tilts above Tal-Qroqq tunnels
Apr 8 2022 Share

Regional road’s southbound lane from the Kappara flyover has been partially closed after the billboard above the tunnels worryingly tilted.

Upon tilting, the billboard posed as a dangerous hazard to commuters making use of the road. Civil Protection Department officials arrived on site within minutes, confirming that there were no injuries or perceived danger due to the billboard tilting inwards. The owner of the advertising board was been called on site to remove it.

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Consideration is advised as the lane’s closure has led to a significant amount of congestion in the area. Photos from local Facebook page Maltese Road Traffic Updates have shown the gravity of the situation.

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Photo Source: Maltese Road Traffic Updates / Emma Tranter

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Cost of living is Malta’s biggest concern as global food prices continue to surge

Cost of living is Malta's biggest concern as global food prices continue to surge
Apr 8 2022 Share

A recent Eurobarometer survey has revealed that the increased cost of living is the biggest issue Maltese people are concerned about nowadays.

Last year, 31% of respondents had stated that the biggest issue was the cost of life and this year, the figure has increased by 33% which means that 54% are concerned about the constantly increasing prices around the world.

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Other issues mentioned during the survey were the environment and climate change at 30%, public health at 25% and the economic situation at 20%. Survey participants exhibited a tendency to have a positive outlook towards the situation in Malta, with 58% of respondents describing the current situation as relatively good or very good.

Meanwhile, global food prices have hit an all-time high amid Russia’s attacks on Ukraine and consequent market shocks for grains and oils, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation has stated.

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