Ukraine war: – Ukraine: – 300 people were killed in an attack

Ukraine war: - Ukraine: - 300 people were killed in an attack

Finally: Ukraine now claims that more than 300 people were killed in the attack on the Mariupol Theater on March 16.

The city council of the exposed coastal town writes on Telegram that they are starting their day with bad news.

– Eyewitnesses are now receiving information that about 300 people were killed in the bombing of Russian aircraft at the Mariupo Theater, they wrote in the mail.

Independent sources have not confirmed the death toll, but Ukrainian authorities claim that 1,300 people were sheltering in the theater when the attack occurred.

Withdrawal of Russian forces

An entire month of war has left its mark on Europe’s second largest country, and attacks continue to erupt from several Ukrainian cities on Thursday and Friday.

However, Ukrainian authorities claim that some Russian administrations are now beginning to withdraw after suffering heavy losses, according to NTB.

– With the Russian invasion entering its second month, the front line between the two parties has almost been frozen, says Oleksig Aristophetzeg, an adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Possible withdrawal It was confirmed by British intelligence.

Ukrainian counterattacks and the withdrawal of Russian troops from the supply lines gave Ukraine the opportunity to occupy and defend their positions 35 kilometers east of Kyiv, They write on Twitter.

Next goal

The Russian General Staff is said to have noticed the withdrawal of many Russian troops across the border, claiming that Russia has lost more than half of its personnel.

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This is despite the continued siege of Kharkiv and Sumy, and the General Staff says it may appear that the city of Izyum may be the next target for the Russian forces.

Destroyer: A Ukrainian soldier examines a wrecked Russian armored vehicle near Kharkiv on Thursday.  Photo: Efrem Lukatsky / AP / NTB

Destroyer: A Ukrainian soldier examines a wrecked Russian armored vehicle near Kharkiv on Thursday. Photo: Efrem Lukatsky / AP / NTB
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There were also several attacks during the night on the outskirts of the city of Dnipro, against parts of the Dnipropetrovsk region and artillery attacks on Slavutich, where employees of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant lived.

after: American volunteer James Vasquez claims that the International Corps has regained control of a village north of Kyiv. Video: Twitter.
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Russia; Destroying a military fuel depot

Russia claims to have destroyed Ukraine’s largest remaining military fuel depot, in the village of Kalinivka near Kyiv, NTB reports.

This has not been confirmed by Ukrainian or independent sources.

The Russian Ministry of Defense said in a statement, Friday, that Russia attacked the evening of March 24, the ultra-precision naval missile Kalibr, a fuel base in the village of Kalinivka near Kyiv.

Targeting a military camp with missiles

A Ukrainian army camp on the outskirts of the Dnipro River was attacked on Friday night. It is said that two Russian missiles were fired at the facility and caused two fires.

Several buildings were said to have been destroyed in the camp, but the extent of the damage remains unclear. The governor of the Dnipro region, Valentin Reznichenko, wrote in his account on Telegram, that it was a restless night

Two rocket attacks on a military unit on the outskirts of Dnipro. Serious devastation, as stated in the post.

In an update just before 8:30, the governor said they are now searching for people in the wreckage, according to Reuters.

Dnipro is the fourth largest city in Ukraine, and was not previously one of Russia’s main targets during the invasion. The airport was destroyed, according to the Ukrainian authorities, after heavy shelling on 15 March.

Artillery attacks worry

The International Atomic Energy Agency expresses concern that the city where the employees of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant live has been subjected to artillery fire.

According to the Atomic Energy Agency, they were informed, Thursday, of the attack by Russian forces on checkpoints in Slavutych, where a number of workers at the nuclear power plant live.

The attack occurred just days after Chernobyl employees were rested, so they could travel to their homes in the city, says International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi.

A technical staff of about a hundred people continues to work at the power plant after the takeover of Russian troops on February 24.


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