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5 things to know for February 10: Ukraine, Earthquake, Capitol riot, Vaccines, Meta – CNN

February 10, 2023


Millions of Americans will be watching the Super Bowl this Sunday, accompanied by loved ones and alluring snacks. Excitement is also building for another big game happening that day: the Puppy Bowl. This year’s televised event will help 122 puppies get adopted into their forever homes while promoting shelter and foster pet awareness.

Here’s what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.

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1. Ukraine

Air raid sirens are sounded across Ukraine earlier today as officials warned of potentially widespread Russian missile attacks. Explosions have been reported in the Ukrainian-held city of Zaporizhzhia and the Kharkiv region, while threats of more strikes are being reported elsewhere in the country. Ukraine’s main energy supply company introduced emergency power outages in the capital of Kyiv and neighboring regions in anticipation of the strikes, which have been repeatedly targeted at Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. The attacks come a day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made a heartfelt appeal to lawmakers in Brussels to allow his country to become part of the European Union, insisting that Europe is Ukraine’s “home.”

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