The War in Ukraine: What You Want to Know
Last: A rocket attack kills at least 50 people at a train station in KramatorskIn eastern Ukraine, migration from the south and east of the country has accelerated. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the Kramatorsk attack “another war crime for Russia” and vowed to hold the perpetrators accountable.
More than 6,600 people fled besieged areas in the south and east through humanitarian corridors on Friday, according to KEV, the highest number this week. The evacuations come as Russia sends thousands of additional soldiers into eastern Ukraine, according to Washington, indicating an intensification of fighting there.
Fighting: Russian forces continue to launch sporadic attacks On civilian targets in a number of Ukrainian cities. Ukrainian prosecutors have taken Detailed testimony from the victims to investigate in Russian war crimes.
Weapons: Ukraine uses weapons such as Javelin anti-tank missiles And Switchblade “Kamikaze” Drones, provided by the United States and other allies. Russia used a file set of weapons Against Ukraine, some of which have drawn the attention and concern of analysts.
In Russia: Putin has shut down the flow of information within Russia War is not even called war. the last Russia’s independent newsletter has suspended operations.
Pictures: Post photographers have been on the ground since the start of the war – Here are some of their most powerful works.
How you can help: Here are some of the ways those in the United States can do it Help support the Ukrainian people Beside What people donate around the world.
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