Seven civilians including child killed in Russian evacuation convoy attack, Ukraine says – World News

Seven civilians, including one child, were killed after Russian troops attacked an evacuating convoy in a “green corridor” just northwest of Kyiv An abandoned doll next to a car riddled with bullets in Irpin, north of Kyiv ( Image: AFP via Getty Images) Seven civilians, including one child, have been killed after Russian troops attacked … Read more

NATO’s nuclear war ‘practice’ just months before Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine | World | News

GB News: Panel discusses if Putin will use nuclear weapons Vladimir Putin did not show any willingness to end the war in Ukraine in a call with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanual Macron on Saturday. Mr Macron and Mr Scholz both asked for a ceasefire and an end to hostilities before beginning … Read more

China puts new COVID restrictions in place, urges Beijing residents to stay in city

China instituted new COVID-19 restrictions Saturday that included urging the public not to leave Beijing and closing schools in Shanghai while the leader of Hong Kong warned that its coronavirus outbreak has yet to reach its peak. In Beijing, where five new cases were reported, part of the Yosemite housing complex in the northeastern district … Read more

A Russian pianist’s shows are canceled, even though he condemns the war in Ukraine : NPR

Russian pianist Alexander Malofeev has condemned the invasion of Ukraine. His shows of him are still being canceled. Lyudmila Malofeeva hide caption toggle caption Lyudmila Malofeeva Russian pianist Alexander Malofeev has condemned the invasion of Ukraine. His shows of him are still being canceled. Lyudmila Malofeeva Russian pianist Alexander Malofeev, 20, has condemned his native … Read more

ukraine: Indian businessman flees Kyiv, lives off long-life food his factory makes in Ukraine | IndiaNews

LONDON: An Indian businessman who has been living in Ukraine for 30 years has revealed how his business of making packaged food that he says can survive radioactivity from an atomic attack helped him out when he fled Kyiv with his Ukrainian wife. Hemant Pathak (59), an Indian citizen with permanent residence in Ukraine, left … Read more

Russia can only take Kyiv if ‘it razes it to the ground’, says President Zelensky

Fighting has intensified in the towns around Kyiv, as Russian troops continue in their attempts to isolate the Ukrainian capital before launching an assault with potentially devastating consequences. Russian troops used artillery rounds to destroy homes at a string of locations, mainly to the east of the Dnipro River, during exchanges of fire with Ukrainian … Read more

Ukraine war: Protests after Melitopol Major Ivan Fedorov is ‘kidnapped’ by Russian forces | worldnews

Thousands of Ukrainians have protested in the streets of the occupied city of Melitopol after Russian troops were accused of kidnapping its mayor. Ukraine’s parliament claims that Ivan Fedorov has been kidnapped by armed men acting on behalf of the Kremlin. At least 2,000 people have taken to the streets of the city to protest … Read more

Russian forces close in on Ukraine’s capital as US sends more weapons

Russian forces close in on Ukraine’s capital as US sends more weapons – CBS News Watch CBS News Russian forces are closing in on Kyiv. They are also bombarding and have surrounded the strategically important port city of Mariupol. CBS News’ Chris Livesay reports. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, … Read more

A long-delayed nuclear reactor goes online in Finland

A long-delayed and costly new nuclear reactor has gone online in Finland after a wait of over 12 years By JARI TANNER Associated Press March 12, 2022, 6:42 PM • 2min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article HELSINKI — Finland’s long-delayed and costly new nuclear reactor went online Saturday amid expectations that it … Read more