Ukraine-Russia war, live

Ukraine-Russia war, live
Ukraine-Russia war, live

The war in Ukraine ends this Sunday 865 days since the start of the Russian invasion. At least 11 civilians have been killed and 43 others wounded in several Russian attacks in the Donetsk region, the head of the regional military administration has reported. The Russian Defence Ministry, for its part, has reported that the Russian army has taken control of the town of Sokil, in Donetsk.

The Ukrainian Air Force has shot down all 13 drones launched by Moscow this morning, although two Russian Iskander ballistic missiles have destroyed two Patriot anti-missile systems in Odessa.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced ahead of next week’s NATO summit in Washington that he is preparing new solutions with his partners to counter Russian terror. “Our people are constantly suffering from Russian terror. This week alone, Russia used more than 600 guided aerial bombs, more than 60 shaheds and almost 40 missiles of various types,” Zelensky said.

War between Russia and Ukraine, live:

Diego Alvarez


  • 9:48

    Russian attacks in Ukraine left eight dead and 16 injured yesterday. Russia attacked a total of ten Ukrainian provinces: Poltava, Kirovohrad, Zaporizhia, Chernihiv, Luhansk, Sumy, Dnipropetrovsk, Kherson, Kharkiv and Donetsk. The victims were recorded in the last four regions.

  • 8:55

    Russia imposes state of emergency in Voronezh region after Ukrainian drone attackVoronezh Governor Alexander Gusev has declared a state of emergency following a series of drone strikes from Ukraine that set fire to a warehouse in the southern Russian region near the border with Kharkiv.

    “There were no casualties,” Alexander Gusev said on the Telegram messaging app, adding that some residents in the Podgorensky district of the region are being evacuated. “The detonation of explosive objects continues,” he added.

  • 8:22

    Mediazona confirms the identities of more than 58,200 Russian soldiers killed in UkraineThrough open-source research, Mediazona, an independent Russian media outlet, confirmed the names of 58,207 Russian soldiers who had been killed since February 2022.

  • 7:54

    Explosion at a gas distribution facility in CrimeaAn explosion at a gas distribution center near Alushta in Russian-occupied Crimea tonight has caused a major fire, the Crimean Wind Telegram channel reports.

  • 7:41

    Ukraine estimates 550,990 Russian soldiers killed in war since the start of the invasion on February 24, 2022. In the daily report of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, they also detail 360 destroyed Russian aircraft, 8,155 tanks or 326 helicopters, among other losses on the Russian side.

  • 7:20

    Ukraine claims to have shot down all 13 drones launched by Russia in its latest attack. Ukraine’s air defense systems have shot down all 13 drones that Russia launched in the latest such attack in the latest such attack. The air force said in a statement on the Telegram messaging app that Moscow also launched two Iskander ballistic missiles, destroying two Patriot missile launchers in Odesa, according to Russian news agencies.

  • 6:12

    Japan will cooperate with Cambodia in removing landmines in Ukraine and other war-torn countries, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa announced during a visit to Phnom Penh. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world, with millions of anti-personnel mines laid during more than 30 years of civil war that ended in 1998. The Southeast Asian country is considered a specialist in mine clearance, and has been collaborating particularly with Japan since 1988.

  • 5:06

    The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyenhas spoken by telephone with the new British Prime Minister, the Labour Keir Starmerto congratulate him on his victory in the UK general election and to address issues such as the war in Ukraine or the climate crisis. Von der Leyen has conveyed to Stramer her certainty that the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom will continue to share the “common” objective of supporting Ukraine “for as long as necessary” in the war it is waging against the invasion of Russia, as detailed by the European Commission last night in a statement.

  • 4:28

  • 3:11

    Ukraine has brought home 3,310 prisoners of war in 53 exchanges“53 exchanges have been made. 3,310 of our people are already at home in Ukraine, with their families. We continue to work and look for ways to free each and every one of them from Russian captivity: all our soldiers and civilians, adults and children. Thank you to everyone who is helping,” he said.

  • 2:34

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced ahead of next week’s NATO summit in Washington that Ukraine is preparing new solutions with its partners to counter Russian terror“Our people are constantly suffering from Russian terror. This week alone, Russia used more than 600 guided aerial bombs, more than 60 shaheds and nearly 40 missiles of various types,” he said.

  • 1:52

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has arrived in Moscow to meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in a meeting that has prompted reprimands from several European Union countriesThe EU leaders have also warned that Orbán’s visit does not in any way represent the organisation. In a joint statement, the two leaders said that “Europe needs peace” and called for a ceasefire by Ukraine.

  • 1:04

    A fire broke out after an accident on a gas pipeline near the village of Vinogradnoyein Moscow, annexed Crimea, spreading to nearby forests, Russian authorities said. “There is no threat to the populated area,” the Russian Emergencies Ministry said. It also reported that gas supplies had been cut off to Alushta, a town of about 30,000 inhabitants, and to 14 nearby settlements.

  • 0:27

    The Russian Defense Ministry has indicated that Seven drones were intercepted over the Belgorod regionwhich is subject to almost daily Ukrainian attacks. Alexei Smirnov, governor of the Kursk region further north and west, also reported that seven drones had been shot down over his region. He also said Ukrainian forces had shelled about 10 villages throughout the day.

  • 0:02

    Ukrainian Interior Minister Igor Klimenko has visited combat units in the hottest sector of the front in the eastern Donetsk region, where only This week 1,325 civilians were evacuated from frontline settlements.
    “Donetsk region is the hottest area of ​​the front. First, I visited the combat units of the Interior Ministry. I met with soldiers of the 12th Azov Brigade, the Liut Brigade, special forces of the National Guard and border guards,” the minister said, as quoted by the Ukrinform agency.

  • 00:01

    Good evening, here continues the minute-by-minute account of the war in Ukraine, which marks 865 days since the Russian invasion. Here you can read what happened this Saturday.

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