Summary of This month's news without the bulls%&t (September 2022)

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This month's news includes the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the conflict in Armenia and Azerbaijan, and the war in Ukraine.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the recent conflict in Armenia and Azerbaijan, which has claimed 210 lives so far. The video also mentions the UN's report on the conflict, which was released recently.
  • 00:05:00 Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom died at the age of 96 on September 9, 2022. She had ruled from since 1952.
  • 00:10:00 In September 2022, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II died after a long reign. Her son Charles was immediately given the title of King. Many within the British public believe his son William to be more suitable for the role, being younger and generally more popular. Following her death, the Australian public almost immediately began to feel great sorrow for their late Monarch. Other countries within the Commonwealth are now debating whether replacing the Queen's face on the five dollar note should be none other than crocodile hunter Steve Irwin, who is often seen as one of the most culturally significant Australians of all time.
  • 00:15:00 The UK is currently in negotiations with the EU over a trade agreement, and if the UK implements a fast lane system for Northern Ireland, European lawmakers will sue the UK on seven counts of treaty violations. It is currently unclear how this situation will be resolved or if a compromise can be made to satisfy all parties involved. Surfshark VPN allows viewers to digitally appear anywhere in the world, and their designated FBI agent will have his whole world turned upside down. Three members of the Taliban are killed after attempting to fly a U.S. helicopter, and a teenager in Sri Lanka is arrested after stealing a bus to see his girlfriend. In previous months, we've mentioned drought all across the globe, science nerds have become even more freaked out than usual, andCopernicus has warned that the European Union is currently experiencing its worst drought in 500 years. China has also experienced very similar weather patterns, with the Yangtze River the third longest in the world all but evaporating. The Chinese government has been rolling out controlled blackouts to prevent the electrical grid from collapsing entirely, and according to State officials, have already released an estimated 980 million cubic meters of water from reservoirs in order to resupply the river. The Yangtze River supports around a third of
  • 00:20:00 In September 2022, Iranian woman Massar Amini was arrested for violating the country's hijab law, and three days later she had died in custody. The protests against the hijab law that followed her death spread to dozens of cities, and by the end of the month, it was estimated that 57 people had died. The turning point of the war on Ukraine was on September 6th, when Ukrainian forces launched a surprise counter-offensive and retook 6000 square kilometers over the next week.
  • 00:25:00 This month, Ukrainian forces scored a victory in a counter-offensive against Russian forces. This news comes as a relief to the people of Ukraine, who have been struggling against Russian occupation for years. However, the war is still far from over, and Russia will undoubtedly continue to try to conquer Ukraine.
  • 00:30:00 The channel announces that it is looking for a new video editor, and that the position has already been set incredibly high. The channel thanks its patrons for their support.

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