Three civilians were killed and two were injured Russian bombing of residential building in Zaporizhzhia, southern Ukraine. This Sunday (19). Information from Reuters agency based on data from regional authorities.
According to the military administration of the region, the Russian troops fired rockets at the small village of Kamianske2,600 people lived before the war.
The government asked residents to evacuate their homes due to the risk of fresh explosions.
In the same Ukrainian city, on Saturday (18), dozens of foreign soldiers died in another Russian attack: A missile hit Monica Bellucci’s restaurant. (See photo below).
Putin visited Mariupol for the 1st time since the start of the war
Putin made a surprise trip to Mariupol
According to the information of the RFI agency, since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, in February 2022, it is First visit of the Kremlin leader to the occupied territory.
Arrest warrant against Putin
Last Friday (17) the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant against Putin. Accused of war crimes in Ukraine, he denies that his troops committed atrocities during the conflict.
Putin Suspected of being responsible for the deportation and illegal transfer of Ukrainian children to Russia. The company told reporters.
Since the start of the war in Ukraine, which marked one year on February 24, Russia has been blamed by NGOs, Kiev and even a United Nations (UN) investigation. Kidnapping minors in Ukrainian territories taken over by the country’s military and taking them to “re-education” centers on Russian territory.
According to Pre-Trial Chamber II, this type of arrest warrant is usually secret, but, exceptionally in this case, it was released to raise public awareness of the crimes committed.
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