Regions without basic services; EU with ‘lots of evidence’ of crimes

Governor of Luhansk warns of heavy shelling

Beatrice Cavaca | 18 minutes ago

“The whole free region of Lugansk suffered heavy shelling. Fierce street fighting continues in Severodonetsk. We are exhausting the enemy. Today, June 10, the Russians missed again. The regional center is Ukrainian. The road Lysychansk-Bakhmut is ours. “Completely” evacuation is possible only in Lysychansk and in mountain communities,” the representative says.

A British multinational has spoken out on the death penalty for volunteers

Beatrice Cavaca | 45 minutes ago

For the British MNE, this case of Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, the two British men sentenced to death by a pro-Russian court in occupied Ukraine, will be brought up when she speaks with her Ukrainian counterpart, Dmytro Kuleba, more late in the day.

Yet Liz Truss already considers it a “fake lawsuit” and insists it “has absolutely no legitimacy”.

EU with ‘lots of evidence’ of Russian crimes by refugee testimonies

Beatrice Cavaca | 49 minutes ago

The five European Union (EU) member states that participate in the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) into alleged war crimes in Ukraine already have “large amounts of evidence” from refugee testimonies, said Eurojust at the Lusa agency.

“EU Member States currently participating in the IEC [Lituânia, Polónia, Estónia, Letónia e Eslováquia] are all in possession of significant amounts of evidence in the form of testimonies and testimonies of victims, coming from Ukrainian refugees”, advances the Agency for Criminal Judicial Cooperation of the European Union (Eurojust) in a written response sent to Lusa.

Russia is unable to provide basic services to the occupied territories

Beatrice Cavaca | 50 minutes ago

Russia is struggling to provide basic public services to residents of Russian-occupied territories and Mariupol is at risk of a major cholera outbreak, according to the UK Ministry of Defence.

According to the British trusteeship: “Access to drinking water has been uneven, while significant interruptions to telephone and internet services continue to occur”. Moreover, “there will probably be a serious shortage of medicines in Kherson, while Mariupol risks a major cholera outbreak.”

They further pointed out about Severodonetsk that “Russia again controls most of the city, but its forces have made little progress in attempts to encircle the wider area to the north and south.”


Beatrice Cavaca | 55 minutes ago

  • Borrell warns of the domino effect of a war that could become a “tsunami” The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Policy, Josep Borrell, warned this Thursday of the “domino effect” that the “earthquake” of the war in Ukraine could have on the world, warning that it could result in a global “tsunami”.
  • European Court receives complaint over Russia’s refusal to investigate Wagner – The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has received a complaint from three organizations that Russia’s main investigative authority failed to investigate the 2017 murder of a Syrian citizen by Wagner Group mercenaries .
  • Zelensky speaks of “positive news” regarding the territories – According to Volodymyr Zelensky, there are “positive news” about the Zaporizhzhia region, where Ukrainian troops “will prevent the plans of the occupiers”. “We are advancing in the Kharkiv region, liberating our land. We are maintaining the defense in the Mykolaiv region,” he said.
  • African Union chief urges Ukraine to start demining – The president of the African Union asked Ukraine, on Thursday, to demine the port of Odessa, in order to speed up wheat exports.

Good morning!

Beatrice Cavaca | 59 minutes ago

We started this Friday morning a new coverage of the MINUTE war in Ukraine. You can remember everything that happened on Thursday in the log below.

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