The International Criminal Court in The Hague has issued international arrest warrants for the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, as well as the Commissioner for Children’s Rights, Maria Lvova-Belova. They are accused of illegally deporting the population and children from the territory of Ukraine to Russia. “Volodymyr Vladimirovich Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, is most likely responsible for the war crime of illegal deportation … Continue reading The International Court of Justice in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Putin. What does this decision mean?
More than half of the fence has already been erected. The civilized world continues to distance itself from terrorists. The land fence on the border between the countries of the European Union with the Russian Federation and Belarus will soon reach the mark of 960 miles (1,545 kilometers). According to the Washington Post , the construction of the fence continues at a progressive pace. Lithuania tried … Continue reading The fence on the border between EU countries with Russia and Belarus will soon be more than 1,500 kilometers long
Fighter jets from the British and German air forces have been scrambled to intercept a Russian plane flying close to Estonian airspace, Britain’s Ministry of Defense said on Wednesday. Britain and Germany are conducting joint missions to patrol Estonia’s airspace as part of NATO’s efforts to strengthen its eastern flank in response to Russia’s actions. Britain’s Ministry of Defense said Typhoon fighter jets took to … Continue reading British and German fighter jets intercepted a Russian plane near Estonia
According to Flightadar24, an American B-52 strategic bomber flew over Estonia yesterday. Prior to that, he approached the island of Gogland in the Baltic Sea, where the Russian military base is located. At first, the bomber flew over the Baltic Sea, but turned around near the Russian island of Gogland and flew to Estonia. He flew over Tartu, after which he went to Latvia and … Continue reading An American bomber flew over Estonia, which approached Russia
Russia involves female prisoners in the war against Ukraine. This was reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the morning briefing on March 13. “Last week, the movement of a train with first-class carriages for the transportation of prisoners was noted towards the Donetsk region. One of the carriages was carrying convicted women,” the report said. According to the General … Continue reading The Russians sent a train with female prisoners to Donetsk region
The pontiff does not want to visit Ukraine without a simultaneous visit to Russia as well. Pope Francis is ready to come to Kyiv, but only on the condition that the second stop of this trip will be a visit to Moscow. However, the Kremlin does not agree to such a visit. The pontiff stated this in an interview with the Argentine publication La Nacion. … Continue reading The Pope admitted that he is not going to Kyiv because of the position of the Kremlin
Hundreds of thousands of people in central and western Ukraine are without power after Russia carried out missile and drone attacks. Hundreds of thousands of people in central and western Ukraine are without power after Russia carried out massive drone and missile attacks, as intense fighting continues in the southeastern region of Luhansk, Donetsk and Kherson where Russia has been struggling to stop renewed Ukrainian … Continue reading Blackouts in parts of Ukraine after ‘massive’ Russian attacks
Ukrainian official urges residents in Kyiv and three neighbouring regions to reduce energy consumption during peak evening hours. A missile attack seriously damaged a key energy facility near Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, the country’s grid operator has said, as the Russian military strove to cut power in far-flung populated areas while also defending against Ukrainian counterattacks in occupied regions. Kyiv’s regional governor Oleksiy Kuleba said on … Continue reading Ukraine says power facility near Kyiv damaged in Russian attack