May 25, 2024

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A Russian journalist from the Ria Novosti news agency was killed and a Deutsche Welle cameraman was injured

A Russian journalist from the Ria Novosti news agency was killed and a Deutsche Welle cameraman was injured

A Russian journalist from the Ria Novosti news agency, Rostislav Jouravlev, was killed on Saturday July 22 by Ukrainian airstrikes in the Zaporijjia region of southern Ukraine, the Russian military announced. “Units of Ukraine’s Armed Forces Fired Artillery Against Group of Journalists”, she said. Three other journalists who were injured are in a condition “fixed”. At the same time, Ukrainian cameraman Yevgeny Zylko filmed a report with a Deutsche Welle team 23 kilometers from the front line on the Ukrainian side. “By pieces of Russian submunitions”, TV channel said. Follow our life.

Ukraine’s drone strike in Crimea Saturday’s explosion at an ammunition depot was the latest episode in the war in Ukraine, the governor of the peninsula, annexed by Moscow in 2014, said. The latter ordered the evacuation of people within a five kilometer radius. There was road traffic “restored” On the Crimean Bridge After a brief pause, pro-Russian officials added.

UNESCO Condemns Russian Attacks Against Odessa The large city in the southwest of Ukraine has been part of the World Heritage of Humanity since January. “According to a preliminary assessment, several museums located within the World Heritage Site have been damaged, including the Archaeological Museum, the Naval Museum and the Odessa Literary Museum,” the UN Office for Culture, Science and Education said. Follow our life.

Russian fire in the Black Sea. Russia said on Friday it had carried out maneuvers involving missile strikes in a region that has become the scene of growing tensions with Ukraine and its allies since the expiration of a crucial grain deal for world food.

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UN warns of increased risk “Threats to target civilian vessels in the Black Sea are unacceptable”UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary DeCarlo said. “The risk of escalation of conflict in response to an intentional or accidental military incident in the Black Sea must be avoided at all costs”She added.