Reviews Ukraine-Ticker-Selenskyj-Escape is better than mutilation and indictment
War in Ukraine: New trial for journalist Marina OVSYANNIKOVA who had interrupted a pro-KREMLIN JT
Marina OVSYANNIKOVA must face the judicial reprisals of Russian power after having demonstrated his opposition to the war in Ukraine © Alexander Nemerov / AFP Marina Ovsyannikova must be tried again this time on Monday, August 8 in Moscow on Monday. Justice - Marina OVSYANNIKOVA must face the judicial reprisals of Russian power after having demonstrated his opposition to the war in Ukraine Judicial reprisals no longer end for Russian journalist Marina OVSYANNIKOVA .
24 Sep (Reuters)-Developments about war in Ukraine follow. In some cases, information cannot be checked independently.
10:04 p.m. - Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Selenskyj encourages Russians to escape partial mobilization. "Before this criminal mobilization runs away, it is better to be mutilated and then have to answer to court because you participated in an attack war," he says in Russian in his evening video address.
8:25 p.m. - The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lawrow accuses the United States of wanting to make the entire world their back yard through sanctions. He also accuses the government in Washington in a speech at the United Nations to "play with fire" on the Taiwan question.
War in Ukraine: the Zaporijia nuclear power plant "completely disconnected" from the network, announces the Ukrainian operator
in question: the communication lines were damaged by "fires" near the power plant and the "terrorist attacks" of Russia, which now controls the site. © supplied by Franceinfo The Zaporijia nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, under Russian control and victim of several bombings, is "completely disconnected" of the electrical network after the damage of the communication lines "for The first time in its history, "the Ukrainian operator Energoatom said Thursday August 25.
6.41 p.m. - According to a media report, the lower house of the Russian parliament could deal with the laws of occupied by Ukraine on Thursday. The TASS news agency refers to an insider. Referators are currently taking place in four regions of Ukraine controlled by Russia. The votes designated by the West as sham -based votes should be completed on Tuesday.
6.15 p.m. - According to the independent human rights organization OVD -Info, more than 730 people in Russia were arrested on Saturday in protests against mobilization. The group is known to the organization in 32 different cities, the group said.
08.45 a.m. - According to the British Ministry of Defense, Russia is apparently trying to stop the persistent advancement of the Ukrainian armed forces with the fire. For example, Russian soldiers recently shot at a dam on the Siorskyj Donez River with short -range missiles or similar weapons in the northeast of Ukraine, according to the daily management report of the ministry. A few days earlier, there had already been a similar attack on another dam. The Russian commanders, who are increasingly worried because of their recent operational setbacks, probably tried to destroy the lock gates to flood over the Ukrainian military. However, it is unlikely that the attacks on the dams would have interrupted the Ukrainian military operations.
02.02 a.m. - The US government is ready to impose additional economic punishments against Russia if Moscow wants to annex other parts of Ukraine. This was said by the White House press spokeswoman, Karine Jean-Pierre, ahead of journalists on Friday. US President Joe Biden said that Russia's speakers were an excuse to annex parts of Ukraine. This is a blatant violation of international law, including the UN charta. "The United States will never recognize Ukrainian territory as something other than part of Ukraine," says the message. (If you have any questions, please contact our editorial team at Berlin.email@example.com)
Report: CIA boss During Russian attacks in Kyiv .
The head of the U.S. secret service CIA, William Burns, the Washington Post has been on Ukraine in Kyiv during the recent Russian rocket attacks. There he met the Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Selenskyj, the newspaper reported. During the rocket fire on Tuesday, Burns was in the US message and was not injured. © Jacquelyn Martin/AP/DPA CIA boss William Burns was in Kiev during the rocket fire in Kyiv. © Andrew Kravchenko/AP/dpa Road traffic during a power failure in Kyiv.