Zelensky denounces a “new war crime”, on the 426th day of the conflict

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He rebels against a “new war crime”. Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday denounced a “barbaric” Russian attack on a museum in Kupiansk, in northeastern Ukraine, which left at least one dead and ten injured.

“At this stage, we have been informed of the death of a museum employee and ten injuries,” the Ukrainian president said on Telegram, castigating the Russians who “kill Ukrainians with absolutely barbaric methods”. “There are still people under the rubble,” he said. “All the culprits of these war crimes will certainly be brought to justice and it will be without mercy”, still slammed the Ukrainian president.

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A complete hypocritical circus. Lavrov chairs the UN Security Council justifying war, massacres, total destruction…”

These are the words of Mykhailo Podoliak. In a tweet, the adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky strongly denounced the arrival of the head of Russian diplomacy Sergei Lavrov at the UN. On Monday, the Russian minister chaired a Security Council in New York on the “defence of the principles” of the UN Charter. The authenticity of Mykhaïlo Podoliak’s tweet was confirmed to AFP by a source within the Ukrainian presidency.

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138. Like the number of people evacuated by Ukraine from Sudan. 87 of its nationals are among this contingent. Faced with the violent conflict that broke out last week, France, the United States and many countries urgently organized the evacuation of their nationals.

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They returned from Ukraine with an arsenal. Two ultra-right activists, arrested on Saturday in Paris with weapons of war on their return from Ukraine, were sentenced on Monday to 15 months in prison, nine of which were suspended. The two men were tried for transporting and possessing weapons during a preliminary appearance hearing with an admission of guilt. In addition to the prison sentences, they received a ban on possessing a weapon subject to authorization for five years.

They were on file for undermining the security of the territory and were as such monitored by the DGSI, confirmed two sources close to the file, as indicated The Parisian. The DGSI has identified, according to a police source, 400 French people who have gone to fight in Ukraine, including around thirty of them known to belong to the ultra-right.

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