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Inflation, Russia-Ukraine war draw G7 finance leaders' focus

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By FATIMA HUSSEIN and FRANK JORDANS

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They forgot the part about US initiated and G7 implemented sanctions against Russia destroying the whole worlds energy, distribution, economic development and food security. Just a minor lapse of memory.

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They forgot the part about US initiated and G7 implemented sanctions against Russia

And you forgot the part about a Russia initiated invasion of a sovereign nation.

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The main topic of discussion is the fact Russia is handsomely winning the economic war. They have 'leaked' the possibility they might suspend the sanctions for 6 months.

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Inflation, Russia-Ukraine war draw G7 finance leaders' focus

Good. Maybe the G7 can “focus” on their own atrocities first, or Ukrainian atrocities against their own citizens, instead of show trials from a two month old war.

Pentagon’s own investigation takes no blame for the Obama administration 500lb bomb dropped on women and children.

After the strike, civilian observers "found piles of dead women and children," according to Times reporters Dave Philipps and Eric Schmitt, who spent months investigating the attack. "A legal officer flagged the strike as a possible war crime that required an investigation. But at nearly every step, the military made moves that concealed the catastrophic strike," the pair explained. "The death toll was downplayed. Reports were delayed, sanitized, and classified. United States-led coalition forces bulldozed the blast site. And top leaders were not notified."

I wonder if Biden is sending bulldozers to Ukraine too?

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