The death toll from Russia’s missile strike on residential buildings in Chasiv Yar has risen to 46, according to Ukraine’s State Emergency Service. Rescue teams are still searching the rubble for victims.
Chasiv Yar, a small town in Ukraine’s Donetsk region, was hit by multiple missiles on Saturday. The strike marks the largest loss of life in Ukrainian-controlled Donbas since 52 people were killed in a Russian strike on a train station in Kramatorsk in April.
Rescuers had managed to pull …
Russian President Vladimir Putin told Duma deputies on Thursday that Russia “by and large hasn’t started anything seriously yet” in Ukraine.
Putin also challenged Western countries supporting Ukraine to try to defeat Russia on the battlefield.
"Today we hear that they want to defeat us on the battlefield. Well, what can you say here? Let them try," Putin said.
He also accused the West of wanting “to fight us until the last Ukrainian.”
Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhaylo Podolyak Tweeted …
At a closed-door session at a meeting Friday at the G20 summit in Bali, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken condemned Russia for blocking Ukrainian grain exports amid rising global food prices.
The G20 meeting is the first time top US and Russian diplomats have been in the same room since Russia invaded Ukraine in February.
“To our Russian colleagues: Ukraine is not your country. Its grain is not your grain. Why are you blocking the ports? You should let the grain out,” Blinken said. …
While announcing his resignation amid a wave of scandals, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain’s support for Ukraine was one of his proudest achievements while in office.
“I’m immensely proud of the achievements of this government, from getting Brexit done to settling our relations with the continent for over half a century … and, in the last few months, leading the West in standing up to [Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s aggression in Ukraine,” he said.
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Mariupol city officials have drawn attention to the dangerous shortage of medicine and drinking water in the occupied port city.
According to the Mariupol City Council, residents are dying from a "shortage of drugs for cancer patients, people with diabetes, tuberculosis and problems with the thyroid gland."
The city’s mayor, Vadym Boychenko, said patients "are at risk and cannot wait for the occupiers to deliver medicines. Their lives are in danger."
"After all, for more than 2 months, the …