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ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine – More than 60 people participated feared deadSunday afterYou can find more information at Russian bombFlatten a school being used as a shelter, Ukrainian officials said, while Moscow’s forces pressed their attack on defenders inside Mariupol’s steel plant in an apparent race to capture the city ahead of Russia’s Victory Day holiday.
Antonio Guterres, U.N. Secretary General, said that he was shocked by the reports. schoolThe bombing of Saturday’s eastern village of Bilohorivka was called another reminder that civilians pay the most in war.
Authorities stated that about 90 people had been hiding in the basement. Two bodies were found by emergency crews, and 30 people were rescued. However, it is most likely that all 60 of those who are still living in the basement are safe. dead”Serhiy Haidai is the governor of Luhansk Province,” he wrote via Telegram’s messaging app.
UkraineOfficials fear that dozens of people will be killed during the strike school
A RussianHit a strike schoolIn eastern UkraineThere were approximately 90 people sheltering there DozensThese are feared dead. Credit: Sergey Gaidai via Storyful
RussianTwo boys aged 11 and 14 were also killed by shelling in Pryvillia. Luhansk is part of the Donbas, the industrial heartland in the east that Russia’s forces are working to capture.
Moscow prepared for the Victory Day parade that would mark the surrender of Nazi Germany in 1945 on Monday. However, surprise visits were made by a number of Western celebrities and leaders. UkraineAs a sign of support.
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Jill Biden, first lady of the USA, met with her Ukrainian counterpart. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised his country’s flag at its embassy in Kyiv. And U2′s Bono, alongside bandmate The Edge, performed in a Kyiv subway station that had been used as a bombShelter, singing “Stand by Me” from the 1960s.
The new acting U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan has been appointed UkraineKristina Kuvien posted a picture of her at the American Embassy and explained plans for the U.S.’s eventual return to the Ukrainian capital. after Moscow’s forces abandoned their effort to storm Kyiv weeks ago and began focusing on the capture of the Donbas.
CHERKASKE, DONETSK PROVINCE, UKRAINE, MAY 3: A teapot is seen on the trenchesâ battlefield near to Cherkaske City, on eastern Ukraine, May 3, 20,22. (Photo by Narciso contreras/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the Ukrainian President, and others have warned that they will not be able to meet their obligations. RussianIn the days leading up to Victory Day, attacks would only get worse. Some cities put curfews in place or warned people not to gather in public. RussianVladimir Putin might want to declare some sort of victory in UkraineWhen he addresses Red Square’s troops.
Linda Thomas Greenfield, U.S. ambassador at the United Nations, stated to CNN that they have nothing to celebrate tomorrow. They have not been able to defeat the Ukrainians. They have not succeeded in dividing NATO or the world. They have only been able to isolate themselves internationally and become a pariah country around the world.
RussianMariupol has been reduced to ashes as the forces tried to retake it. The city’s only undiscovered part was the seaside steel mill, where 2,000 Ukrainian fighters were making what appeared like their last stand. Russian control.
MARIUPOL (UKRAINE) – MAY 7, 2007: A dog walks past damaged houses in a residential area that was destroyed by the artillery fire in Mariupol. UkraineOn May 7, 2022. (Photo by Leon Klein/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images.
Saturday was the end of Saturday for the elderly, children, and women who had been sheltering with the Azovstal fighting men. U.N officials stated that buses carrying more than 170 evacuees from Mariupol’s steelworks and other parts arrived in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on Sunday.
The steel mill’s Ukrainian defenders have refused to comply with Russian deadlines for their arms surrender.
He said online that “we are under constant bombardment” and added that Russian ground troops tried to storm the plant — a claim Russian officials denied in recent days — and lay mines. Palamar reported that there was a “multitude” of casualties.
Lt. Illya Samoilenko, another Azov Regiment soldier, claimed that there were about 100 wounded soldiers at this plant but declined to say how many ablebodied fighters were left. He said fighters didn’t have lifesaving equipment and had to dig by hand to free people from bunkers that had collapsed under the shelling.
Samoilenko declared, “Surrender for our sake is unacceptable. We cannot grant such a gift of grace to the enemy.”
The Ukrainian government reached out internationally to ensure that the defenders have safe passage.
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Leaders of the Group of Seven industrial democracies vowed to phase out or ban imports of goods and services on the economic front Russian oil. The G-7 includes the United States, Canada, Britain and Germany.
The U.S. also announced new sanctions against Russia, cutting off Western advertising from Russia’s three biggest TV stations, banning U.S. accounting and consulting firms from providing services, and cutting off Russia’s industrial sector from wood products, industrial engines, boilers and bulldozers.
Trudeau met with Zelenskyy and made a surprise visit to Irpin, which was damaged in Russia’s attempt to take Kyiv. The Ukrainian president also met with the German parliament speaker, Bärbel Bas, in Kyiv to discuss further defense assistance.
Jill Biden visited western Ukraine for a surprise Mother’s Day meeting with Zelenskyy’s wife, Olena Zelenska.
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Zelenskyy released a video address marking the day of the Allied victory in Europe 77 years ago, drawing parallels between Russia’s invasion of UkraineThe evils of Nazism. Zelenskyy stood in front of Borodyanka, a Kyiv suburb.
Zelenskyy claimed that generations of Ukrainians understand the significance of the words “Never Again,” which is often used to vow against the repetition of the horrors and atrocities of the Holocaust.
Other locations, on Ukraine’s coast, explosions echoed again across the major Black Sea port of Odesa. Local media reported that at least five explosions were heard.
According to the Ukrainian military, Moscow is focusing its efforts in Eastern and Southern Ukraine on degrading airfield infrastructure Ukraine.
This is a sign of the stubborn resistance that has kept the fighting going into the 11th week. Ukraine’s military struck Russian positions on a Black Sea island that was captured in the war’s first days. Planet Labs took a satellite picture that showed smoke rising at two points on the island.
But Moscow’s forces showed no sign of backing down in the south. Satellite photos show that Russia has placed missile and armored vehicles at a small base on the Crimean Peninsula.
In eastern Europe, the most intense fighting has been taking place in recent days. Ukraine. A Ukrainian counteroffensive in the northeast near Kharkiv, the country’s second-largest city, is making “significant progress,” according to the Institute for the Study of War, a Washington think tank.
Regional authorities reported that the Ukrainian army pulled out of Popasna (embarrassed eastern city) on Tuesday.
Rodion Miroshnik, a representative of the pro-Kremlin, separatist Luhansk People’s Republic, said its forces and RussianMost of Popasna was captured by troops afterTwo months of intense fighting
Three people were killed in the shelling of Bogodukhiv by the Kharkiv Regional Administration, 50 kilometers (30 mi) from Kharkiv City.
The governor of Dnipropetrovsk, south of Kharkiv, stated that a 12-year old boy was killed by a cluster bomb he discovered afterYou can find more information at Russian attack. The use of explosives like this is prohibited by an international treaty. Russia and China are not parties to it. UkraineThe agreement has been signed.
Valentynreznenko, the governor, posted on social media that “this war was treacherous.” “It’s near, even when invisible.”
Gambrell reported on Lviv Ukraine. Yesica Fisch, David Keyton, Yuras Karmanau, Mstyslav Chernov, Lolita Baldor in Washington, and AP staff all over the world contributed to this article.