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News from the War in Ukraine
- A drone attack at the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet wounded six people and shut down a festival marking Navy Day in the Crimean peninsula city of Sevastopol, the mayor said Sunday
- “The body was discovered near the former positions of the Russians. Everything indicates that the man was strangled before his death.” The deceased was found in a strip of forest near the village of Nove Zalissia. A few months ago, the body of a murdered migrant from Donetsk was found nearby – in the forest.
- A drone-borne explosive device detonated Sunday at the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, injuring six people, officials said.
- Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba urged the international community against accepting “unfavorable cease-fire proposals or peace deals” with Moscow, warning that Russia has reneged on previous agreements and contradicted itself on its positions.
- Heavy Russian strikes hit the southern Ukrainian port city of Mykolaiv overnight and early on Sunday, killing the owner of one of the country’s largest grain producing and exporting companies, the local governor said.
More News from Ukraine
- British and American Officials Say Russia Is Losing in Ukraine – As Russian President Vladimir Putin threatens to strike “new targets” in Ukraine if the West continues to provide military aid, Western analysts suggest that Russia is becoming increasingly desperate and could ultimately lose the war.
- British musician Sting interrupted a concert in Poland on Saturday evening to warn his audience that democracy is under attack worldwide and to denounce the war in Ukraine as “an absurdity based upon a lie”. Popular Polish actor, Maciej Stuhr, joined Sting on stage during the show in Warsaw to translate his warning that democracy is “in grave danger of being lost unless we defend it”.
- Russia and Russian Wagner mercenaries are smuggling gold from Sudan to finance war efforts in Ukraine, a CNN report claimed on Friday. Tons of gold, worth billions of dollars, are being smuggled out of the country.
- In order to provide enough manpower for its war in Ukraine, Moscow has felt compelled to allow Chechnya and other non-Russian republics to form military units consisting almost exclusively of members of their own nationalities. This may help Russia in the short term, but it constitutes a serious threat over the longer haul
- Residents of Crimea see the real threat of transferring the war to the peninsula – Ukrainian Military Intelligence Directorate
- Klieshchov is one of 26 Ukrainian children spending this summer at Camp Cosmos, a day camp affiliated with Montreal City Mission, a community organization that supports newly arrived immigrants and refugees. The camp, which has operated out of various locations, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. This summer, it is based at Westmount Park United Church. Its campers come from many countries, including Iran, Syria, Mali and India.
- The EU should designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs said, after an attack that killed dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war on Friday renewed calls to further isolate Moscow on the international stage.