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How did the dogs save the soldiers during the war?

3 years ago
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Dogs performed many important operations, which contributed to the salvation of soldiers in the war.  About what operations were assigned to animals Bemorepanda is ready to surprise you.

 

Intelligence activities could not do without dogs: dogs escorted scouts behind enemy lines, avoiding ambushes, traps and other secrets of the battlefield.

 

Animals worthily performed the work of watchmen, soundlessly indicating the appearance on the horizon of the enemy by pulling a leash and turning the body in the right direction. 

Known merits of dogs in the field of sabotage.  So they caused the enemy some logistic problems, undermining bridges and trains.  In addition, the four-legged gave their lives to inflict heavy damage on enemy war machines.  


 Specially trained dogs, during the war, sought out seriously wounded soldiers in hard-to-reach places and brought orderlies to them.

The difficult situation greatly complicated the usual communication, so dogs were used to convey reports.  For all the time they delivered more than 120,000 reports and paved 8,000 km of telephone wire.


 The task of no less importance is to find an explosive device planted by the enemy, which the four-legged animals did very well.  

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US-UK Attack Houthis in Yemen, What is the Economic Impact for Indonesia?

The situation in the Red Sea continues to heat up following the conflict between the Yemeni Houthi group and US and British troops. This is also believed to have an impact on global trade considering that the waters of the Red Sea are a strategic route through which 12 percent of world trade passes.

Director of the Center of Economic and Law Studies (Celios) Bhima Yudhistira said that the conflict in the Red Sea had a high risk impact on Indonesia, especially the performance of exports to the Middle East and North Africa. Although the Houthi attack as an effort to defend Palestine was aimed at cargo ships from western countries, especially the US, the impact also gave fear to other countries.

Of course the effect cannot be underestimated. "The world is currently experiencing supply chain fragmentation, coupled with logistical disruptions, what is happening is delivery delays which are detrimental to many parties," said Bhima to Republika, Sunday (14/1/2024).

Bhima continued, the impact could increase logistics costs and make it difficult to send raw materials and finished goods. For this reason, the Indonesian government needs to be alert and continue to monitor the situation in the Red Sea and anticipate if the situation worsens.

He believes that if a commodity cargo ship such as oil is attacked, energy prices will increase drastically and affect energy subsidies in Indonesia.

"Even though the impact is still small and depends on how long the conflict in the Red Sea lasts, the increase in oil prices is estimated to be around 75-78 US dollars per barrel, but it will still be difficult to break above 80 US dollars per barrel because demand has largely decreased," he said.

Apart from oil, he said, there are CPO, coal and iron ore which will increase. According to him, the short-term impact will be changes in logistics routes, then security and insurance costs will increase.

"The impact is that logistics costs will become more expensive. If conditions worsen, it is possible that export destinations in countries around the Red Sea will experience a slowdown. Export pressure for Indonesia this year is already heavy, traditional markets are projected to see a decline in domestic demand, especially China. Unfortunately, the market is shifting to the Middle East and "North Africa is hampered by security instability," he said.

The US and British militaries launched a missile attack targeting Yemen's Houthi group on Friday morning. The attack was in response to Houthi attacks on merchant ships thought to be linked to Israel in the Red Sea. This situation has disrupted trade routes in the Red Sea.

 

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Tens of thousands of families in Ukraine are simultaneously experiencing the drama of war and partition, after Kiev authorities enacted martial law and banned men who could defend their country from crossing borders. They remained to face the enemy, but they sent their families across the border, with tears in their eyes and broken hearts. In Romania and Moldova, thousands of women have been crossing the border for almost 24 hours, alone or in groups, accompanied by elderly parents or babies and children.

 

The drama of a Ukrainian who embraces his daughter only a few years old, whom he sends away from the war with only his mother, has been repeated in Ukraine hundreds and thousands of times. Adult men capable of fighting can no longer leave the country after the president introduced martial law.

 

Nazar is 13 years old. His mother fled Ukraine alone with him and his younger sister. The father remained in the country. Here is a conversation between him and a reporter.

 

 

Reporter: What did he tell you before you left?

Nazar, Ukrainian refugee: He told me everything would be fine. And to send him pictures.

 

Nazar spoke with a knot in his throat about the separation of the family.

 

Reporter: What is your father doing now?

Nazar: He's a medical technician, but now he's helping the military if they're injured.

Reporter: Was he in the Army before?

Nazar: No, he wasn't in the military before.

 

He hopes to stay with his mother and sister in Poland, where they will stay with a family of friends, only temporarily.

 

Reporter: What would you have done instead of your father?

Nazar: I think I would have done the same.

Reporter: Would you have fought?

Nazar: Yes!

 

A young Ukrainian woman took her two-year-old daughter and came on foot to Moldova. She managed to get in on Thursday night. This morning, people with dramatic stories continued to cross the border. A woman left Ukraine with only her one-year-old daughter and mother. They crossed the border on foot. My brother and father stayed in the country. With tears in his eyes, he tells how he lived his last night in his homeland.

 

 

Reporter: Are you afraid for them?

Woman from Ukraine: Yes, sure! I was scared, there were bombings near us last night. I was scared.

 

Hundreds of women alone or accompanied only by children, many brought in arms, in carts or on foot, if they are older than a few years, have crossed the border into Romania and Moldova.

 

 

Reporter: Are you alone?

Woman from Ukraine: My father went to fight for the country. My son is in Europe, in Germany. I'm alone now.

Reporter: Was it hard to leave your husband there?

Woman from Ukraine: Yes, very difficult.

Reporter: You have tears in your eyes.

Woman from Ukraine: Yes, I'm crying. I hope everything will be fine. We ask you to help us, to pray for Ukraine.

 

 

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INDRAWAWANCUNG Hungary blocked a crucial European aid package for Ukraine, hours after EU leaders agreed to open membership talks with Kyiv.

“Summary of the nightshift: veto for the extra money to Ukraine,” Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban posted on X, formerly Twitter, after a late-night session of the EU Council in Brussels. “We will come back to the issue next year in the #EUCO after proper preparation.”

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Hungary was the only nation out of the 27 EU members to oppose the multi-billion dollar financial aid package for Ukraine. According to Reuters, the funding deal is worth 50 billion euros ($55 billion).

“This is a good outcome. We still have some time. Ukraine is not out of money in the next couple of weeks. So we have that time and I think we can get there,” Rutte added.


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