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Ukraine faces attacks and blackouts Russia's war continues

Ukraine faces attacks and blackouts Russia’s war continues

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in this September 2022 file photo.Ukrainian President/Representative Anadolu/Getty Images.     Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the attack on Russia’s energy infrastructure was aimed at creating a new wave of refugees. Ukraine faces attacks and blackouts Russia’s war continues   Zelensky speaks to the Council of Europe in a video after failing

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The rupee continues to tip its nose to an all-time low against the dollar.

The rupee continues to tip its nose to an all-time low against the dollar.

Currency dealer counting $100 notes while 5,000 rupees banknotes are lying on a table — AFP/Files KARACHI: The post-flood economic situation and dollar shortages in the country put the Pakistani rupee under pressure for a 15th straight session as local authorities on Thursday registered additional losses on the interbank market. The rupee fell to 239.71

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The rupee continues to slide to close at Rs 234.32 in the interbank market.

The rupee continues to slide to close at Rs 234.32 in the interbank market.

saw currency traders counting $100 bills; While the Rs500 banknote is kept on the table — AFP/File Karachi: Pakistan Rupee Continues to Depreciate Against US Dollar It was the 9th meeting in a row on Wednesday on Wednesday. amid the deteriorating economic situation and floods across the country Local units fell 2.40 rupees to close

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The flying of dollars continues, earning 2.76 rupees in interbank trade.

The flying of dollars continues, earning 2.76 rupees in interbank trade.

representative image Karachi: Pakistan Rupee Continues to Depreciate on Friday By maintaining a loss against the US dollar. This is because demand for a stronger dollar coupled with a stronger dollar against the major currencies affects local units. The local unit closed at 228.18 after losing 2.76 in the interbank market. It was down from

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