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War in Ukraine Live: Kiev ready for the “great battle” in the East, civilian evacuations continue

09:23

An affected school and apartment buildings in Luhansk

Local Ukrainian officials say a school and several apartment buildings were bombed early this Sunday. One person was injured and a fire broke out, authorities said. Residents were evacuated in time.

“Two high-rise buildings in the new district of the city, as well as a secondary school, became the target of heavy bombing by the Russian army,” the governor of the Luhansk region wrote on Telegram.

09:07

Bombings on Dnipropetrovsk

The Russian army launched fresh attacks on the Dnipropetrovsk region in the middle east last night, the regional governor said. Among the targets: infrastructure in Dnipro (where there would be at least one victim), industrial estates in Pavlohrad and an agricultural building, the local leader specifies on Facebook

08:48

prisoner exchange

Ukraine has announced that it has conducted another prisoner exchange with Russia, releasing 12 Ukrainian soldiers and 14 civilians.

08:13

The inconsistencies of the Russian denial of the bombing of Kramatorsk . station

Russia has denied any responsibility in the bombing of Kramatorsk station, which killed some 50 civilians on Friday. Without evidence, it accuses Ukraine. However, his defense is undermined. Find our decoding here

07:46

Demonstrations in Germany against “Russophobia”

To counter the wave of “Russophobia” raging in Germany, demonstrations in the form of a procession of cars bearing Russian flags are being staged in the country, which is home to the largest diaspora in the European Union. Parades are on the agenda for Sunday, particularly in Frankfurt and Hanover.

07:31

Donetsk region under bomb attack

Bombings have left five dead and five injured in the Donetsk region, regional governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said on Telegram on Saturday evening. In Lysytchansk, a small town in the Lugansk region, Mayor Olexandre Zaïka called on residents to leave as soon as possible. “The situation in the city is very tense, I ask you to evacuate. It’s going to be very difficult, enemy shells are falling everywhere,” he said in a Telegram message. And in anticipation of a major Russian offensive, Ukrainian soldiers and members of the Territorial Defense are busy fortifying their positions and digging new trenches in the rural area of ​​Barvinkove, in the east of the country. The verges were cleared and anti-tank obstacles were placed at all intersections.

07:19

Odessa under pressure

Seven rockets fell from Saturday to Sunday in the Mykolayiv region, about 100 kilometers northeast of Odessa, the country’s third-largest city and main strategic port on the Black Sea, according to the local military command.

Odessa, in turn threatened with strikes, issued a curfew from Saturday evening to Monday morning.

07:15

Evacuation Kramatorsk continues

Two days after the massacre at the Kramatorsk station, in which 52 civilians, including five children, were killed in an attack attributed to a Russian missile, the evacuation of the population continues this Sunday. Moscow has denied responsibility for the strike, going so far as to denounce a Ukrainian “provocation”.

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said 4,532 civilians had been evacuated.

07:06

Five civilians killed in shelling in the east

Five people were killed and five others injured on Saturday in Russian shelling in eastern Ukraine, which expects a major Russian offensive on its territory, the regional governor said on Telegram in the evening. “Today, five people have died as a result of Russian attacks in the Donetsk region. (…) Five other people were injured,” said Pavlo Kyrylenko.

06:54

‘Ukraine is ready for the big battles’

“Ukraine is ready for the big battles. Ukraine must win them, including in the Donbass,” the country’s eastern region, said Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykaïlo Podoliak, quoted by the Interfax-Ukraine news agency.

“If that happens, Ukraine will have a stronger position in the negotiations, allowing it to dictate certain terms,” ​​he added.

06:44

Evacuations continue

Two days later Massacre at Kramatorsk . Station (East), where 52 civilians, including five children, preparing to flee were killed in an attack attributed to a Russian missile, the evacuation of the population continues.

Moscow has denied responsibility for the strike, going so far as to denounce a Ukrainian “provocation”.

On Sunday, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said 4,532 civilians had been evacuated the day before.

The majority left the Zaporizhzhya region, she added, adding that nearly 200 people were able to leave the besieged port city of Mariupol (south) and more than 1,000 people fled Melitopol, Lysychansk, Severodonetsk, Rubizhne, Kreminna and Popasna in the Luhansk region.

06:30

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