Russia-Ukraine War: Latest News Updates on October 12, 2022 – Bloomberg

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When an industry loses 2tn dollars some questions need to be asked. After the crash of crypto comes the rebuilding. Over eight episodes, Crypto IRL, asks: what went wrong? How does the industry rebuild? And what will the future look like? As regulators move in and consolidation appears to be taking hold – how far from its original ideals will crypto stray and who will be the winners and losers?
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The United Nations General Assembly condemned Russia’s annexation of parts of eastern Ukraine in a symbolic vote that nonetheless exceeded western expectations for how much support the measure would receive.
The General Assembly voted 143-5, with 35 nations including India and China abstaining, to approve the western-backed resolution, which opposed Russia’s “attempted illegal annexation” of the four regions. The vote was a strong indication of how isolated Russia has become over its invasion and decision to absorb parts of eastern Ukraine.


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