Russia-Ukraine war, LIVE: 10 Russian missiles intercepted on the Ukrainian capital

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At least 10 Russian missiles were shot down on Kiev in a systematic Russian attack on critical energy plants in Ukraine.


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At least 10 Russian missiles have been intercepted on the Ukrainian capital

A photo of a flyer released by the press service of the Ukrainian State Emergency Service (SES) shows the emergency services responding to a fire after the bombing in Kiev. photo EFE.

“Kyiv region police are now uncovering remains of rockets shot down by occupiers in various areas of the region,” regional police chief Andrii Nebytov said on Telegram.

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The UN opens an investigation into the Russian dirty bomb allegations

Experts from the United Nations nuclear control agency Two places were inspected on Tuesday about which Russia has made unfounded accusations that Ukraine is making dirty bombs.

Reviews at two locations in Ukraine had begun and would be completed soon, International Atomic Energy Agency director Rafael Grossi said in a statement. Inspections were requested by Kiev following the Russian allegations.

Members of the Russian government, including President Vladimir Putin, have made unfounded allegations that Ukraine is preparing to use what is known as a dirty bomb, an explosive combined with radioactive material.

3 ships leave Ukraine despite Russia having suspended the wheat deal

The bulk carrier M / V Razoni, carrying 26,000 tons of corn, leaves the Ukrainian port of Odessa. AFP photo.

Three grain merchants he left on Tuesday from Ukrainian waters to go to Istanbul under the grain export agreement that Russia suspended on Saturday, the Joint Coordination Center (JCC) reports from Istanbul.

“The UN secretariat at the JCC communicates that today three ships are passing through the humanitarian corridor outbound (from Ukraine),” delegation spokesman Ismini Palla said in a message.

Source: Clarin

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