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International Peace Summit on Ukraine Ends with “Zero Results,” says Kremlin

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov delivered a blunt assessment of the summit's outcomes, stating, "If we talk about the results of this meeting, then they come down to zero"

Ukrainian Shelling in Shebekino Leaves Five Dead and Several Wounded

Governor Gladkov reported that four bodies were recovered from the rubble of a partially collapsed apartment block in Shebekino, a town of approximately 40,000 residents located near the border with Ukraine's northeast Kharkiv region

Russian Journalist Killed in Drone Attack in Eastern Ukraine

Russian journalist Nikita Tsitsagi was killed in a drone attack by Ukrainian forces near the Saint-Nicolas monastery in Vugledar, eastern Ukraine, NEWS.ru announced Sunday. The area has been a hotspot of intense fighting for the past three months

‘Over 300 people died in Russian airstrike on theatre’, claims Mariupol

WorldRussia'Over 300 people died in Russian airstrike on theatre', claims Mariupol

The government of the Mariupol has claimed that over 300 people have died in a Russian airstrike on March 16 on a theatre being used as a bomb shelter.

The reports mentioned eyewitnesses for the toll of around 300. It was not immediately clear whether emergency workers had finished excavating the site or how the eyewitnesses arrived at the horrific death toll.

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Soon after the airstrike was reported, Ludmyla Denisova, the Ukrainian Parliament’s human rights commissioner, said more than 1,300 people had been sheltering in the building.

As Russia is continuously invading the cities of Ukraine, almost everyone who can is, trying to flee the nation, and those left behind face huge food shortages in a nation, which was once known as the breadbasket for the world.

In the shelled city of Kharkiv, mostly elderly women came to collect food and other urgent supplies. In the capital city of Kyiv, ashes of the dead are piling up at the main crematorium as so many relatives have left, leaving urns unclaimed.

Meanwhile, the U.S. and the European Union have made an announcement to squeeze Russia further: a new partnership to reduce Europe’s reliance on Russian energy and slowly squeeze off the Kremlin’s billions of dollars from fossil fuels sales.

 

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