War Russia – Ukraine today: Last minute, live
MULTIMEDIA REPORT | War in Ukraine, seven months of Russian invasion
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is approaching eight months< /strong>. We tell you the last minute of the war in Ukraine liveafter the escalation of the war by Russian troops after the attack on the Crimean bridge and the annexation of the Transfer of four occupied regions of Ukraine (Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia) to Russia.
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Ukraine denounces the assassination of the conductor of Kherson
The The Ukrainian Ministry of Culture has denounced the assassination of the director of the Kherson Philharmonic Orchestra, Yuri Kerpatenko, for refusing to cooperate with Russian troops strong>deployed in that annexed region. According to consistent reports from the Ukrainian media, Kerpatenko was executed in his home by Russian soldiers on Saturday. The pro-Russian authorities of Kherson, north of the annexed peninsula of Crimea, organized a concert on October 1 to celebrate the “restoration of peace” in the region. n. Kerpatenko, who has been chief conductor of the Philharmonic since 2004, refused. categorically to collaborate in that concert, so how to leave the city recently annexed by Russia. The news of the presumed execution of the orchestra conductor has been followed by the condemnations of European governments, such as Germany, whose Minister of Culture, Claudia Roth, has expressed her astonishment at the purpose of the Russian president, Vladímir Putin, “and his executioners” of “destroying Ukrainian culture and identity“.
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The Russian region of Belgorod, bordering Ukraine, suffers new attacks
The Russian region of Belgorod, about 40 kilometers from the border with Ukraine, has suffered bombing again this Sunday, which according to its governor left four wounded. “As a result of shelling in Belgorod, three people from the same family were injured,” regional governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said on Telegram. The governor has indicated that there have been “damages in more than 20 homes” in the region. In the city of Belgorod there have been about 16 explosions, according to the Russian Committee of Investigation, which investigates serious crimes. On Friday, the bombings < /strong>affected an electrical substation in Belgorod, causing power outages.On Saturday, two armed men attacked a military training ground in this same region, killing eleven peoplewho were volunteering to fight in Ukraine, an incident described as a “terrorist” act by the Russian Ministry of Defense.
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China and Egypt ask their citizens to immediately leave Ukraine due to the conflict with Russia
The diplomatic authorities of China and Egypt have asked in the last hours to its citizens to leave Ukraineimmediately because of the danger that the war represents in the country. Both the Ministry and the Chinese Embassy “urge Chinese citizens in the country to improve security precautions and evacuate. The Embassy will help organize the evacuation of people in need,” according to the statement, collected by the official Chinese newspaper Global Times. The Egyptian Embassy in Ukraine has also published an alert to its citizens to leave the countrywith immediate effect. Egyptian diplomats have urged their compatriots to exercise “the utmost caution during their departure and stay away from dangerous areas,” according to a statement picked up by 'Egypt Today'.
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A new armageddon? Lessons from the Cuban Missile Crisis
60 years ago John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev They peered humanity into the nuclear abyss. They had the good sense to step back before it was too late. They were also lucky. And now that the war in Ukraine is going to celebrate eight months of escalating tension, when Vladimir Putin waving atomic sabers and Joe Biden speaks of the inevitability that the use of a nuclear weaponWhat Tactic Would Armageddon Do, reflects on what could have happened in 1962, rather than what didn't.
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Gazprom warns that it will cut gas supply to Europe if its price is capped
The attempt to impose a price cap on Russian gas in Europe will imply the cut of supplies, assured this Sunday the CEO of Gazprom, Alexéi Miller, on Russian public television. “We are guided by the signed contracts. A unilateral decision like this is a violation of the current conditions of the contract that implies the cessation of supplies,” he said. Russian President Vladimir Putin, has repeatedly warned that there would be retaliation if there were any attempt to limit the prices of Russian oil and gas. In the words of him, called & gué; the EU not to violate the supply and demand laws that govern international trade.
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The EU will approve military training mission to Ukraine and more money for weapons
The foreign ministers of the European Unionwill approve this Monday a mission ;n to train 15,000 Ukrainian soldiersin community territory and will agree to a new disbursement of 500 million euros to finance the sending of arms to kyiv in the war against Russia. The logistics device of the operation will be “complex”, as defined by the another community source, since, among other aspects, there will be a to create an exit and entry point at Ukraine's border withPolandthrough which the Ukrainian soldiers can cross to receive formation and later return to the front. The mission will be similar to those already being carried out by countries such as the United States, Poland, Germany or the Netherlands. “What we are doing now is taking another step in our main political line in this conflict, which is that we will support Ukraine as long as it is necessary, financially, politically, diplomatically, with missions, with weapons,” he said. a high community source.
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Ukraine destroys the headquarters of the pro-Russian Administration with a missile in Donetsk
TheUkrainian Armydestroyed with U.S.-made Himars missiles the Headquarters of the pro-Russian Donetsk Administration, causing “considerable damage” and two injuries. “How can this new terrorist act by Ukraine be assessed? A deliberate attack was carried out against a civilian headquarters strong>, there is no doubt about it because there have already been hits nearby. And now it is a direct hit,” said the pro-Russian mayor of the city, Alexei Kulemzin, quoted by the Russian agency TASS. Kulemzin published on its Telegram channel photos of the attack in which the semi-destroyed building can be seen, with all the windows broken. According to the Donetsk Territorial Defense General Staff, two people were injured as a result of the attack, and several cars, which were parked next to the headquarters, caught fire. “It was a miracle that no one died,” he said. the mayor, noting that work is already being done to mitigate the consequences of the attack. Kulemzin indicated that the work of the Administration “has not been paralyzed, it has not stopped, all the services maintain their interaction with each other”.
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Zelensky puts Russian deaths at 65,000 since the start of the conflict
The president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenski, indicated This Saturday night Russia adds 65,000 deathssince the beginning of the invasion. The leader assured that the victims gave their lives “for a handful of people in the Kremlin who ignore reality”. Along the same lines, Zelensky opined. that, in the event that the deceased Russian citizens amount to 100,000, this will also not do. reflect on the environment of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. In addition, the Ukrainian president transmitted that the Ukrainian Army is doing “everything possible” to shoot down more enemy missiles and drones and neutralize more positions in front of Russia.
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Ukrainians increase the purchase of homes in Spain by 73%
The purchase of homes in Spain by Ukrainian citizensit was shot more than 73% in the first half of the year. 1,237 operations were signed, the highest figure recorded since 2007, when the historical series of statistics prepared by the General Council of Notaries began. In a context marked by the war in Ukraine, this year-on-year increase is the strongest recorded since 2009. However, despite this increase in operations, buyers of Ukrainian housing continue to be residual in Spain; they represent 1.7% of all purchases made by foreigners in the country.
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Sleepless nights and death in Zaporizhia
As British cities did during theBlitz, the frustrated aerial bombing campaign launched by Hitler to try to subdue the >United Kingdom during World War II, their Ukrainian peers have also turned off the light. They did it at the beginning of the invasion and they've done it again now. At nightfall the public lighting is not turned on. The streets empty and you walk gropingly, between the shadows of the few cars that circulate and the flashing of the traffic lights. The confessed intention of the authorities is no longer to hinder the visibility of the Russian aviation, one of the great disappearances of this war, but in saving energy before the winter of stalactites that freezes its horizon. With light or without light, there is a city that will not sleep, a city where the night brings nothing but death, insomnia and destruction. Chronicle of Ricardo Mir from France, EL PERIÓDICO's special envoy to Zaporizhia.
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At least 11 killed in an attack on a Russian military training camp
At least 11 people have been killed and 15 more injured at a training camp in southwestern Russia when two attackers opened fire on a group of volunteers who wanted to fight in Ukraine, the news agency said on Saturday. ESTUARY. Citing the Defense Ministry, it has stated that the two assailants were killed after the attack in the Belgorod region, which borders Ukraine. He pointed that they were citizens of a former Soviet republic, but did not elaborate.
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Ukraine maintains pressure on Kherson and forces Russia to strengthen defenses
The Ukrainian Army persists in its offensive in the annexed region of Kherson and forces the Russian troopsto strengthen its defenses to prevent the loss of more territory in the south and east of Ukraine. “At this time, the active phase of the offensive of the Ukrainian Army that we expected has begun”, declared the official. This Saturday on Russian public television the deputy head of the administration installed by Russia in the annexed Kherson region, Kiril Stremoúsov. According to the Russian newspaper 'Moskovski Komsomolets', the Ukrainian Army would have gathered around 60,000 soldiers, stationed in the regions of Kherson and Mykolaiv .
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Belarus and Russia begin their joint military deployment in the midst of an escalation of tensions
Belarus received this Saturday the first Russian forces that will be part of the military deploymentA joint agreement between the two allied countries, with which the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko, wants to respond to the alleged risk of attacks from neighboring countries. Lukashenko and Putin signed this commitment last Monday, in a meeting that was followed by repeated nuances by Ukraine, which denies the threat posed by Minsk. In fact, the Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelensky, has proposed sending international observers to the area. The Belarusian Ministry of Defense has confirmed this Saturday the arrival of the first Russian troops, the start of a deployment with which it wants to “strengthen the protection” of Belarusian territory. The Lukashenko government therefore insists that it is only for defensive purposes, in an attempt to allay the fear of a clear intervention in favor of Russia. Minsk imposed on Friday the “anti-terrorist operation regime” in the face of possible “provocations” by neighboring countries and led He carried out an alleged partial covert mobilization to recruit some 2,000 more people for the Armed Forces.
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Iran denies giving Russia arms “to be used” in Ukraine
Iran denied this Saturday having supplied Russia weapons “to be used in the war in Ukraine”, as kyiv and its allies accuse him. Specifically, the West claims that Iran has delivered hundreds of kamikaze drones to Russian troops. The matter will be predictably addressed by the foreign ministers of the European Unionthis Monday in Luxembourg. The Iranian minister Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that “the Islamic Republic of Iran has not supplied and will not supply any weapons to be used in the war in Ukraine.” “We believe that arming each party to the crisis will prolong the war,” the Iranian minister said. on the other hand in a call with his Portuguese counterpart, Joao Gomes Cravinho.
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Putin already has a date to declare the third world war
The war rhetoric continues 'in crescendo< /strong>' in the war in Ukraine. In addition to everybomb, every missileand every attack, Russia strong>has deployed its most lethal weaponry in the last seven months of invasion: the Belgorod submarine with 'Poseidon' torpedoes, which can cause a tsunami radioactive and devastate the entire coast of Ukraine. The nuclear threat It has been planning and frightening for months, but the president of the United States, Joe Biden, materialized it. In the past week. “Nuclear Armageddon is closer than ever,” he said. cutting. Months ago, the European Union and NATO warned of another red line: a possible third world war. Now, Russia has set a date for the start of the massive (and nuclear) conflict.
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The Tajik president confronts Putin face to face at the Astana summit
The Russian president, Vladímir Putin, He was astonished this Friday as his Tajik counterpart, Emomali Rahmon, asked him, in an irritated tone, for more respect for the countries of Central Asia. “We are not 100 or 200 million people, but we want to be respected,” he stated. with forcefulness Then he insisted asking that “it does not pursue a policy of relations with the Central Asian countries as if (they were) in the former Soviet Union“. The leaders of the various former Soviet republics in Central Asia were surprised by Rahmon's reprimand of the Russian leader.
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British intelligence detects a boom in the black market for bulletproof vests for Russian reservists >
The conditions in which the Russian reservists would be being sent to the combat front in Ukraine would now be even worse than those of the first military deployed, which “were already bad”, according to the intelligence services of United Kingdom, who have warned that there is already a growing black market for bulletproof vests. British Intelligence has already warned Reservists called up in recent weeks had to bring their own first-aid supplies and now, “probably,” they are also being asked to purchase a bulletproof vest, particularly model 6B45. This material could be found on the Internet in April for about 12,000 rubles (about 197 euros), but the price has already shot up to 40,000 rubles (657 euros), according to the UK authorities, who prepare their own reports on the evolution of the conflict in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered in September a partial mobilization of reservists with which he aspired to call up some 300,000 more people.
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New Russian attacks on several regions, including kyiv
Ukrainian authorities this Saturday denounced several Russian bombings against eastern regions and also in the outskirts of the capital, kyiv, a day after the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, stated that he would not saw the need to carry out more “massive” attacks”for the moment. The governor of kyiv, Oleksi Kuleba, has reported on his Telegram account an attack with missiles, in principle without victims. He has urged The population to remain in the shelters while the threat persists and not to publish photos on social networks From Zaporizhia, one of the main combat fronts in the east, Governor Oleksandr Staruj has assured that the forces Russians have released at least one dozens of missiles and have also used ddrons, causing damage to energy infrastructure facilities., according to the UNIAN agency. In the neighboring Dnipropetrovsk region, the projectiles fired by the Russian Forces would also be joined by the interception of at least five Iranian-made drones, according to the governor, Valentin Reznichenko. The Ukrainian Armed Forces have assured in their bulletin this Saturday that, throughout the country, they have shot down nine unmanned aircraft. The president of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, has accused Moscow of of using Iranian technology. to drop kamikaze drones on the population and critical infrastructure.
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Ukraine anticipates a harsh winter with new attacks on its energy system
Not too many Ukrainians get married these days. The few who do are usually soldiers, willing to declare their undying love before getting lost in the muddy trenches at the front. The war quickly leaving them destitute. The possible intensification of the bombing of its infrastructure could provoke new waves of refugees, by Ricardo Mir de Francia, special envoy of EL PERIOacute;DICO in Dnipro.
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A defiant Putin assures that Russia is in control. doing “everything right” in Ukraine
PresidentVladimir Putin this Friday night that Russia is. doing “everything right” in Ukraine, despite the setbacks suffered by his troops in eight months of military operations in that country. “It's not nice what's happening now,” he admitted. Putin at a press conference in Kazakhstan. But if Russia had not invaded Ukraine, “we would have been in the same situation a little later, only in worse conditions for us,” he added. “So we're doing everything right,” he concluded.