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Nobel Peace Prize Auctioned to Aid Ukrainian Children; Russia Becomes China's Top Crude Oil Supplier

China is taking advantage of the cheaper prices caused by strict Western sanctions on Russian oil. Russia has now passed Saudi Arabia as the lead supplier of crude oil for Chinese imports. 2021 Nobel peace prize co-winner Dmitry Muratov, pledged to donate $500,000 of his prize money to charities. Muratov put the prize up for auction with proceeds going to Ukrainian children displaced by war. It sold for $103.5 million dollars, shattering the record for any Nobel medal auctioned off before. Four Republican primary runoff elections in Georgia today could potentially contribute to shifting the majority of power in the House. We take a look at the candidates, two of whom are Trump-endorsed. Topics in this episode include: 1. Nobel Peace Winner Auctions Prize to Help Ukraine Children 2. Actor Ben Stiller Visits Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Ukraine 3. Russia Becomes China's Top Crude Oil Supplier 4. White House Urges Oil Producers at Home and Abroad 5. Israel Dissolves Parliament After Internal Conflict 6. U.K.'s Biggest Rail Strike in Decades Begins 7. Iconic Hong Kong Floating Restaurant Capsizes at Sea 8. Georgia Republican House Primary Runoff Elections 9. Desantis Against COVID-19 Vaccines For Babies 10. 1/3 of the 50 Most Photographed Places in California 11. Flowers Brighten Streets of Genzano, Italy During ‘Infiorata’ Festival 12. From Homeless to Valedictorian and Beyond
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