Global National: July 3, 2022 | Russia claims victory over Ukrainian forces in Lysychansk

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Global News published this video item, entitled “Global National: July 3, 2022 | Russia claims victory over Ukrainian forces in Lysychansk” – below is their description.

On this episode of Global National: Russia is claiming victory in Ukraine’s eastern Luhansk region after capturing the final holdout of Lysychansk, a city that is key to control of the Donbas. As David Akin reports, Russia’s advances would now shift the battlefield focus to neighbouring Donetsk, where Ukraine still holds substantial territory.

In Canada, a 13-year-old girl from Edmonton who went missing more than a week ago is back with her family, following an exhaustive international search. The girl disappeared after leaving her home for school, and was only found on Saturday. A 41-year-old Oregon man is now in custody and facing charges of child luring in connection with her disappearance. Morgan Black with the latest.

Plus, this busy holiday weekend is notorious for creating travel headaches, as millions hit the roads and skies to celebrate with friends and family. But a computer scheduling glitch at American Airlines and a nationwide pilot shortage has led to an unusually high number of flight cancellations as drivers deal with record high gas prices. Jennifer Johnson reports.

At the G7 Summit this week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his fellow leaders announced new details of a $773 billion plan to invest in sustainable infrastructure projects across the developing world. It’s being seen as the west playing catch-up to China’s decade-old Belt and Road Initiative. Redmond Shannon takes a look at what it will involve and the reasons behind it.

Back home, the ongoing labour shortage in Canada is forcing employers to adapt. Across a wide range of industries, those hiring are becoming less rigid in their expectations of applicants. As Ross Lord explains, the shift is needed so companies can secure enough staff to get the job done.

Finally, as top show horse jumpers from around the world gathered for this year’s Spruce Meadows “Pan American” Tournament, an Ontario jumping horse gets big support from his little buddy. Named Mimosa, the mini horse helps keep Tito calm before competing as a constant travel companion. Gil Tucker reports.

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