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Ukraine war briefing: MoscowBroadcaster condemns justice ministry's move against employee Ilya Barabanov, as well as Russian science journalist Asya Kazantseva. What we know on day 780 See all our Russia-Ukraine war coverage
Ukraine could face defeat inWith ammo critically low and Western aid stalled, what might Russia attempt in Ukraine this year?
Ukraine war briefing: KyivUkraine parliament passes controversial mobilisation bill to boost troop numbers; Japan's prime minister calls on US to continue supporting Ukraine. What we know on day 779 See all our Ukraine war... coverage
Putin mocks planned UkraineRussia's President Vladimir Putin has mocked a scheduled international conference focused on Ukraine peace talks, adding that Moscow will not accept any plans that ignore its interests.
Outcry in Ukraine after KyivMilitary leaders had put pressure on politicians to ditch a draft amendment that allowed troops who had served for more than 36 months in war a chance to be discharged See all our Ukraine war coverage... Ukrainian lawmakers have sparked anger by scrapping a clause in a draft law that would have given soldiers who have spent long periods fighting on the frontlines a chance to return home. With Ukraine's army outnumbered by Russia on the battlefield, "the offensive continues along the entire frontline. And currently it is impossible to weaken the defence forces", Dmytro Lazutkin, a spokesperson for Ukraine's defence ministry, said Wednesday on state TV.
Ukraine war briefing: RussianUkrainian drones kill three people in Russia; top US general warns that Kyiv will be outgunned 10 to one 'in a matter of weeks'. What we know on day 778 See all our Ukraine war coverage A Russian... strike on a grocery store and a pharmacy in the north-eastern Kharkiv region killed three people, including a 14-year-old girl, on Wednesday. The strike on Lyptsi, about 10km from the Russian border, also injured a 16-year-old boy and a woman. Another strike with guided aerial bombs destroyed a hospital in the border town of Vovchansk. In Ukraine's southern Odesa region, Russian missiles killed four people, including a girl aged 10, and injured seven more, the governor, Oleg Kiper, said on Telegram. Ukraine's energy ministry said two facilities in the south had been targeted in strikes during the...
Ukraine war briefing:Russia claims Ukraine is behind attack, which Kyiv denies; Cameron's attempt to persuade Trump over aid for Ukraine appears to have failed. What we know on day 777 See all our Ukraine war coverage
Ukraine war briefing: alarmRussia blames Ukraine for the strike, which Ukraine denies; Volodymyr Zelenskiy says Ukraine will lose the war without more aid. What we know on day 775 See all our Ukraine war coverage The UN nuclear... watchdog has urged restraint after the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant was attacked on Sunday. Rafael Grossi at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed at least three direct hits against the site's main reactor containment structures. Such attacks "significantly increase the risk of a major nuclear accident", he said. Russian officials at the plant claimed the site was attacked by Ukrainian military drones, including a strike on the dome of the plant's sixth power unit. Ukraine's intelligence agency has denied responsibility for the strike, saying Russian imitation strikes "have...
Russian drone strikes onAttacks on the closest big city to the Russian border have been intensifying in recent weeks.
Ukraine war briefing: RussianMissile strikes in Ukrainian city followed up with further strikes as rescuers worked, says governor; 20 casualties reported in drone attack on Russia's Morozovsk airbase. What we know on day 773 See... all our Ukraine war coverage
Ukraine war briefing: RussiaRussian defence minister has first phone call with French counterpart since 2022; Russian drones hit Kharkiv, killing three, says regional governor. What we know on day 771 See all our Ukraine war... coverage
Ukraine military draft ageVolodymyr Zelenskiy signs bills lowering age for combat duty from 27 to 25 and requiring those given disability waivers to undergo a fresh assessment See all our Ukraine war coverage President... Volodymyr Zelenskiy has signed a bill to lower the mobilisation age for combat duty from 27 to 25, a move that should help Ukraine generate more fighting power in its war with Russia. The move expands the number of civilians the army can mobilise into its ranks to fight under martial law, which has been in place since Russia launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022.
Ukraine war briefing: KharkivHeavy bombing continues in Sumy oblast; two dead in cruise missile attack in Lviv, far behind the frontlines. What we know on day 768 See all our Russia-Ukraine war coverage Russian attacks killed at... least three people in different regions of eastern Ukraine, local officials said on Sunday, and two more in Lviv region, far from the frontlines. In the centre of the north-eastern city of Kharkiv, a frequent target of Russia's attacks on energy and other infrastructure, a strike hit civilian targets in the evening, said the regional governor, Oleh Synehubov. Regional news outlets said bombs were dropped on different areas of the region. No injuries were reported. Earlier on Sunday, heavy shelling killed a man in the town of Borova, south-east of Kharkiv, local prosecutors said. Police in the...
Putin calls up another 150,000Vladimir Putin has called up another 150,000 men for Russian army conscription, the highest figure for eight years.
Ukraine war briefing:Five of six plants damaged with 80% capacity lost; France commits 'hundreds' of armoured carriers for Ukraine in new aid package. What we know on day 767 See all our Russia-Ukraine war coverage
Ukraine war briefing: US aidPresident says if US support stops, 'it means we will go back'; Russia attack wave hits Ukrainian power plants, triggering blackouts. What we know on day 766 See all our Russia-Ukraine war coverage
Russia launches barrage ofUkraine's armed forces say Moscow launched a large-scale attack on energy infrastructure Friday, with a mass barrage of 99 drones and missiles hitting regions across the country
Ukraine war briefing: 'ThirdPoland warns Russian missiles coming too close may be shot down; how Ukraine has ramped up making its own weapons. What we know on day 763 See all our Russia-Ukraine war coverage
Ukraine war briefing: RussianEU says 500,000 shells delivered, the rest by end of year; 'billions' to fix energy systems damaged by Russian attacks. What we know on day 762 See all our Russia-Ukraine war coverage The Russian... ambassador ignored a summons to appear at Poland's foreign ministry on Monday after the Polish military said a missile launched at Ukraine violated Polish airspace. Poland would decide on next steps in coming days as it could not ignore such "a sign of contempt" from the ambassador, said Wladyslaw Kosiniak-Kamysz, Poland's deputy prime minister and defence minister. The Russian embassy in Warsaw confirmed Sergey Andreev had been summoned but wanted to see "evidence" before any meeting. The Polish foreign minister, Radoslaw Sikorski, spoke about the missile incursion with the Nato secretary...
Ukraine war briefing: twoOutcry after Russian missile breaches Polish airspace; Ukraine grapples with attacks on gas and electricity networks. What we know on day 761 See all our Russia-Ukraine war coverage Ukraine hit two... Russian military ships stationed at the illegally occupied peninsula of Crimea, the Ukrainian military said on Sunday. The targets were the landing ships Yamal and Azov, a communications centre, and other Black Sea fleet infrastructure. "It was the most massive attack in recent times," said the Russian-appointed governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev. He said a 65-year-old man was killed and four people injured. Footage shared on social media showed a large blast in the city, sending a fireball and black smoke into the air. Poland said it would demand an explanation from Moscow after a...
Efforts to draft young men are hampered by politics, demographics and Ukrainians' growing reluctance to join the military.
Ukraine war briefing:Ukrainian president says Russian leader's move is 'predictable' as Kyiv denies any involvement; Moscow claims capture of village near Bakhmut. What we know on day 760 See all our Russia-Ukraine war... coverage The Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said Vladimir Putin and others were seeking to divert the blame for the Moscow concert hall massacre on to Ukraine. The Russian president claimed, without evidence, that Ukraine had collaborated with the terrorist suspects who massacred at least 133 people on Friday night and that the four arrested gunmen planned to flee to Ukraine. Zelenskiy said on Saturday it was "absolutely predictable" that Putin had remained silent for 24 hours before trying to tie the rampage to Ukraine. Kyiv denies having any involvement in the attack, for which the...
Ukraine war briefing:Discharge petition backing Ukraine funding rolls on in US Congress with first Republican signature. What we know on day 758 See all our coverage of the war in Ukraine

Russian Missile Attack on Kyiv Leaves 8 Injured

The New York Times - 21 Mar 2024 06:16
Russian Missile Attack on KyivThe extent of the damage was not immediately clear, but officials said that at least eight people had been injured and that buildings had been damaged.
Ukraine war briefing: we needUkrainian drones hit Engels air base deep inside Russia; EU sends €4.5bn to Kyiv and discusses using Russian profits. What we know on day 757 See all our coverage of the war in Ukraine A Russian... missile hit an industrial area in Ukraine's northern city of Kharkiv on Wednesday, killing at least five people, injuring eight and leaving others missing while causing a major fire in a printing house, local authorities said. The mayor of Kharkiv, Ihor Terekhov, said later, at about 11pm local time, that Kharkiv had come under fresh shelling. Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said the strike underscored the lack of proper air defences in Kharkiv. "Kharkiv needs an adequate number of air defence systems, Sumy region needs it, Chernihiv region and all our regions suffering from Russian...