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Dhamar districts sit-ins to confirm Yemeni position in support of Palestinian people
[29 May 2024]
637 pilgrims leave Sana'a International Airport for Holy Land
[29 May 2024]
Holy Qur’an activities for summer courses students in Sana’a
[29 May 2024]
Conclude workshop to support Bilal’s granddaughters in Ibb
[29 May 2024]
Inauguration of road paving project in Dhamar
[29 May 2024]
Iraqi government calls for Arab, Islamic movement to prevent genocide in Gaza
[29 May 2024]
"All eyes are on Rafah". Electronic flood sweeps social media in solidarity with Gaza
[29 May 2024]
The Guardian: Israel is rogue entity for attempts to undermine work of ICC
[29 May 2024]
Al-Quds Field Hospital in Rafah evacuated due enemy threats
[29 May 2024]
Lavrov: America is using NATO as tool to control Europe
[29 May 2024]
Summer courses in Amran... Flame that illuminates students
[29 May 2024]
Widespread Struggle: Yemen's Occupied Provinces Grapple with Summer Heat and Soaring Prices: report
[28 May 2024]
The Enemy commits war crimes, genocide in Rafah
[28 May 2024]
Biodiversity in Yemen unique wealth
[28 May 2024]
Summer schools in Dhamar... great demand and diverse activities
[26 May 2024]
  US-Saudi Aggression
American aggression aircraft launches two raids on Hodeida
[23 May 2024]
Aggression aircraft launches six raids on Hodeida Airport
[22 May 2024]
Air defenses down American plane in Marib
[17 May 2024]
American-British aggression aircraft launches raid on Hodeidah airport
[13 May 2024]
American-British aggression aircraft launched five raids on Hodeidah Airport
[02 May 2024]
Muscovites Shrug as Russia Marks One Year of Ukraine War
Muscovites Shrug as Russia Marks One Year of Ukraine War
Muscovites Shrug as Russia Marks One Year of Ukraine War

MOSCOW February 22. 2023 (Saba)- As the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approaches, life in the capital largely goes on as usual, with most Muscovites saying that the dominant mood is one of indifference to the ongoing fighting.

“I don’t really feel that there is a war going on,” said a Muscovite in his 30s who spoke to a Moscow Times reporter in the city center earlier this week.

“One can easily adapt to any circumstances — the longer this conflict goes on, the more people accept the situation.”

No significant opposition protests are expected to take place on the anniversary of the invasion Friday.

“Generally speaking, it’s not our concern,” Svetlana, a pensioner in her 60s, told The Moscow Times when asked about the war. She added she was “not interested in politics.”



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UPDATED ON :Wed, 29 May 2024 23:24:52 +0300