Russia-ukraine War: a “Genocide” by Putin Following the Bombing of a Maternity Facility by Russian Troops

VLADIMIR Putin has been charged with genocide following Russia’s “barbaric” bombardment of a maternity facility in Mariupol.

On Wednesday, Russian soldiers dropped “several bombs” on a hospital in Mariupol during what was supposed to be a truce to allow residents to flee. The local council said that seventeen individuals – including many pregnant women – were injured due to the “colossal” devastation.

Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine, has now condemned the attack as “barbaric” and asked the West to act to prevent Putin from “committing genocide.”

He has also blamed Ukraine’s Western allies of “ignorance” of terror – although Nato has repeatedly rebuffed his multiple demands for a no-fly zone over Ukraine.

Boris Johnson denounced the incident, declaring that “few things are more wicked than the deliberate targeting of weak and defenseless individuals.”

Tesla Will Compensate Conscripted Ukrainian Workers for at Least Three Months of Wages

Tesla would provide at least three months’ wages to Ukrainian employees who are compelled to protect their nation, CNBC reported on Wednesday.

On Monday, the journal reported an e-mail sent by the electric vehicle manufacturer to its staff in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

According to the article, after three months, the corporation will reassess the impact of the Russia-Ukraine situation to determine whether more assistance is required.

Additionally, the e-mail did not specify if the pay advantage would be extended to North America and other regions.

Separately, Ukraine’s Vice Premier Mykhailo Fedorov announced the arrival of the country’s second shipment of Starlink satellite terminals, which can give quicker internet access by connecting to a fleet of low-earth-orbit satellites.

“The second batch of Starlink stations has arrived! @elonmusk is a man of his word! “he tweeted. The US Senate adopts a bill authorizing sanctions and assistance to Ukraine.

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The Us House of Representatives Has Passed a Bill Prohibiting the Us From Importing Russian Oil

Additionally, Representatives passed a $13.6 billion assistance package for Ukraine and its allies.

Amazon Has Halted Deliveries to Russia and Belarus

Amazon has halted all deliveries to Russia and Belarus. It has halted shipments to select nations and restricted new sign-ups to its cloud computing network Amazon Web Services.

Prime Video, Amazon’s streaming service, has also been banned in Russia and Belarus. Orders for New World, the only video game supplied directly to Russia, will be halted.

Sanctions on Oligarchs Are ‘Too Sluggish to Have a Significant Impact’

Melinda Simmons, the UK’s ambassador to Ukraine, recently argued that British sanctions against Russian oligarchs were “far too sluggish to have an effect.”

“What this invasion has done is convince more of the appropriate people that it needs to go faster,” she told the BBC.

Ms. Simmons then discussed the UK’s widely criticized visa policy, adding: “At the moment, it is experiencing capacity constraints. Let us avoid conflating capability with intent “‘.

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The West Is Concerned That Russia May Employ Unconventional Weapons

Western authorities are “very worried” about the danger of escalation in the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

They are particularly concerned about Russia’s potential deployment of unconventional weapons, including chemical weapons.

However, the word also refers to tactical nuclear weapons (small-scale), biological weapons, and dirty bombs. “We have reason to be alarmed,” one Western diplomat stated.

Ukraine Receives Photos From a Canadian Satellite Company

Canada’s largest satellite business has announced that its government has permitted Ukraine access to its sophisticated satellite imagery.

Maxar satellite photography shared images of supermarkets and commercial centers in Mariupol before and during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

It follows a plea by Ukraine’s minister of digital transformation, Mykhailo Fedorov, asking the international community to supply SAR satellite images and data to track Russian soldiers.

‘Millions Might Perish if the World Does Not Act Now,’ Zelensky Warns

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky told Sky News last evening that his country cannot end the war with Russia on its own and that other nations must intervene immediately.

According to Alex Crawford of Sky News, he stated: “You are unable to decide whether to close or not to close… you are unable to decide.

“If you are unified in your opposition to the Nazis and their horror, you must close. Waiting for me to ask you multiple times, a million times is pointless. Conceal the sky.” “Close the skies and put an end to the bombardment.”

Children Trapped Beneath the Rubble Following a Russian Attack on a Mariupol Maternity Facility

Ukraine claims that a Russian airstrike yesterday damaged a maternity facility in the besieged city of Mariupol.

President Volodymyr Zelensky said children were trapped beneath the rubble during Wednesday’s strike and condemned the attack as an “atrocity.”

The attack occurred during an agreed-upon truce time intended to allow residents to flee the besieged southern city, regional governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said.

The Eu Has Sanctioned 160 Individuals, Including 14 Oligarchs.

Individuals, including 14 oligarchs, were added to the European Commission’s list for “activities undermining or endangering Ukraine’s territorial integrity, sovereignty, and independence,” the European Commission stated.

“14 oligarchs and significant businesspeople working in critical economic sectors” are included, as are their family members.

These sectors include “metallurgy, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and information technology.”

Additionally, 146 members of the Russian Federation Council have been sanctioned. Additionally, the Commission stated: “In all, the EU currently imposes restrictive measures on 862 persons and 53 organizations.

‘We cannot be picky about who merits our support,’ Lewis Hamilton says.

Sir Lewis Recently Stated on Social Media That the Ukrainian War Is “Horrific”

“If this tragic scenario teaches us anything, it is that we cannot be selective about who merits our support and whose rights we protect,” he continued.

“Everyone is deserving of the same level of kindness. Every civilian victim of combat is equally valuable.”

“After seven years of conflict, the Yemeni people also want safety, assistance, and, most importantly, peace,” he concluded.

The United Kingdom’s Temporary Visa Application Center Will Open in France

Today, a visa application center will open (Thursday). It will be in that location rather than in Calais, only 70 miles away.

According to the administration, it stands “shoulder to shoulder with the Ukrainian people.” It has taken “immediate measures to expeditiously process visas for all individuals qualified for the Ukraine Family Scheme.”

However, it says “critical security checks” will be conducted. According to a government spokeswoman, “given the risk posed by criminals operating in the region surrounding Calais, we have established a new temporary visa application center in Lille that will open tomorrow and will focus exclusively on referrals for residents qualified for the program.”

The West Is Concerned That Russia May Employ Unconventional Weapons

Western authorities are “very worried” about the danger of escalation in the Russia-Ukraine conflict. They are particularly concerned about Russia’s potential deployment of unconventional weapons, including chemical weapons.

However, the word also refers to tactical nuclear weapons (small-scale), biological weapons, and dirty bombs. “We have reason to be alarmed,” one Western diplomat stated.

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