British music stars Harry Styles and Ed Sheeran, US basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal and other celebrities donate personal items for a campaign to support healthcare in Ukraine
A star-studded line-up has donated personal items to help raise money in support the World Health Organization's work in Ukraine.
Harry Styles joins celebrities such as US basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal and British singer Ellie Goulding as raffle tickets go on sale for the celebrity items donates.PUBLISHED 10:45 AM ET Sep.MATTHEW LEE Sep 23, 2022, 11:54 AM EDT Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a plenary session at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia, Wednesday, Sept.G7 warns of stepping up sanctions after Russia's 'escalatory steps' Fast News Kremlin-orchestrated referendums continue in occupied regions of Ukraine that seek to make them part of Russia, with Kiev and its allies slamming"rigged" elections, as fighting enters its 213th day.
(Reuters Archive) British music stars Harry Styles and Ed Sheeran, US basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal and other celebrities will donate personal objects for a campaign to support healthcare in Ukraine.Seven months into Russia's offensive, the WHO Foundation - an independent organisation that works to raise funds to support the UN health agency's work addressing global health crises - launched on Saturday the "Human Kind" e-store, where fans can try to win items donated by their favourite celebrities.23, 2022 SHARE The tide of international opinion appears to be decisively shifting against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries are joining the United States and its allies in condemning Moscow’s war in Ukraine and its threats to the principles of the international rules-based order.The funds raised will go towards supporting WHO's actions in Ukraine and neighbouring countries, the foundation said, adding that it aimed to raise $53.Western officials have repeatedly said that Russia has become isolated since invading Ukraine in February.7 million.That trend continued Thursday both in the assembly hall and at the usually deeply divided U.Harry Styles has donated a signed vinyl, while Shaquille O'Neal, Ukrainian footballer Vitaliy Mykolenko and other sports legends have donated signed shirts and jerseys.The ballots have been dismissed as a "sham" by Kiev and its Western allies.
Wladimir Klitschko, a former heavyweight boxing champion and brother of Kiev's mayor, has donated a boxing glove.Security Council, where, one-by-one, virtually all of the 15 council members served up harsh criticism of Russia – That shift against Russia accelerated after Putin on Wednesday announced the mobilization of some additional 300,000 troops to Ukraine, signaling the unlikelihood of a quick end to the war Unsurprisingly, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was unapologetic and defensive at the same time and specifically targeted Zelenskyy Western officials have repeatedly said that Russia has become isolated since invading Ukraine in February.Advertisement The tide had already appeared to be turning against Russian President Vladimir Putin even before Thursday’s U.The star-studded line-up also includes British singer Ellie Goulding and American artist Shepard Fairey.British pop legend Annie Lennox, who donated a pair of iconic sunglasses, said images from Ukraine, including of women giving birth in basements, were "profoundly shocking.But on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, much of the international community spoke out against the conflict in a rare display of unity at the often fractured United Nations." Raffle tickets for the items cost between $5.Chinese and Indian leaders had been critical of the war at a high-level summit last week in Uzbekistan.40-10.N.
90 (£5-10) on the humankind.who.Chinese and Indian leaders had been critical of the war at a high-level summit last week in Uzbekistan.General Assembly disregarded Russia’s objections and voted overwhelmingly to allow Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to be the only leader to address the body remotely, instead of requiring him to appear in person.foundation website from September 24 to October 24, with winners set to be drawn on October 31, the foundation said.READ MORE: UN investigators detail 'war crimes' committed in Ukraine Attacks on healthcare Since Moscow began its offensive on February 24, the WHO has verified 550 attacks on healthcare in Ukraine.N.More than 5,900 civilians have died and more than 8,600 have been injured as a result of the conflict, the WHO said.That followed an announcement of Russia’s intention to hold referendums in several occupied Ukrainian regions on whether they will become part of Russia.
Over 12 million Ukrainian refugees are currently in Europe.That shift against Russia accelerated after Putin on Wednesday announced the mobilization of some additional 300,000 troops to Ukraine, signaling the unlikelihood of a quick end to the war.Meanwhile, some 17.7 million people - over a third of Ukraine's population - need humanitarian assistance.That followed an announcement of Russia’s intention to hold independence referenda in several occupied Ukrainian regions with an eye toward possible annexation.That trend continued Thursday both in the assembly hall and at the usually deeply divided U.The WHO said it has so far helped deliver 1,300 metric tonnes of medical supplies to Ukraine, including kit for blood transfusions, essential medicines, ambulances, oxygen and surgical equipment.READ MORE:.Numerous world leaders used their speeches on Tuesday and Wednesday to denounce Russia’s war.
World opinion shifts against Russia as Ukraine worries growThe tide of international opinion appears to be decisively shifting against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries are joining the United States and its allies in condemning Moscow’s war in Ukraine.
World Opinion Shifts Against Russia As Ukraine Worries GrowThe tide of international opinion appears to have decisively shifted against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries joined the United States and its allies in condemning Russia’s war in Ukraine and its threats to the principles of the international rules-based order. No one wants to be on a sinking ship How pathetic, that a “shift” took this long… No one matters, when Russia's interests crosses
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Blinken calls out Russia for 'sham referenda' to annex parts of Ukraine and 'reckless nuclear threats'At a meeting between top diplomats from the US, Russia and Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken delivered a tough message to Russia and world powers that 'reckless nuclear threats must stop immediately.' The Democrat clown show continues Remember in 2014 when Luhansk and Donetsk voted for independence (96% & 89%) but then Ukraine began 8 years of bombing the hell out of them? “Tough message” LMAO. Your first problem is thinking Russia is at all intimidated by your pussy threats. They’re laughing at you
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