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Russia-Ukraine War Live News: Here you will find complete coverage of the current events surrounding the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the year 2022.

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16:50 (PST)18 Jul

Russian shelling dies 6, Zelensky replaces security chief

Six killed by Russian shelling in battle-ravaged eastern Ukraine. Rescue workers sifted through debris and cleared rubble from the collapsed structure. EU foreign ministers meet to talk about putting more sanctions on Moscow. KYIV, Ukraine: Six Ukrainians were killed by Russian shelling in battle-ravaged eastern Ukraine on Monday, Kyiv reported, as the country reeled from President Volodymyr Zelensky's decision to dismiss two senior law enforcement officials. In the meantime, EU foreign ministers met to talk about putting more sanctions on...

12:50 (PST)18 Jul

Ukrainian cargo  jet  crash over northern Greece, eight crew members killed

All eight crew members on board were killed when a Ukrainian cargo plane carrying weapons from Serbia to Bangladesh crashed in northern Greece late on Saturday, according to Greek and Serbian authorities. Witnesses reported seeing the plane crash in a ball of flames close to Kavala before it exploded upon impact in nearby cornfields at around midnight local time. The eight crew members perished in the disaster, according to the airline Meridian, which has its base in Ukraine. All eight...

14:51 (PST)18 Jul

EU foreign ministers focus on increasing sanctions on Russia

EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell calls for a ban on Russian gold exports. The G-7 group of top industrial nations pledged a gold ban last month. Later this week, the 27 ministers will talk about putting more limits on high-tech exports to Russia. European Union foreign ministers are focusing on Monday on tightening the wide package of sanctions against Russia and exploring ways to impose a ban on gold exports in the hopes that the measures will begin to...

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12:30 (PST)18 Jul

Russian journalist Marina Ovsyannikova released after brief detained

Marina Ovsyannikova was detained for "discrediting" the Russian army in favour of opposition leader Ilya Yashin. She stormed Channel One's Vremya (Time) nightly news show with a "No War" placard. MOSCOW: Marina Ovsyannikova, a Russian journalist who gained fame after interrupting a live TV broadcast to oppose Russia's military intervention in Ukraine, was released on Monday after a few hours in detention. "I am at home. Everything is fine," She overnighted on Facebook."Now I know it's better to leave home...

12:07 (PST)18 Jul

Russia prepares for Ukraine offensive despite new Western weapons

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says Russia has launched more than 3,000 cruise missiles. Liza Dmytrieva, 4, was buried in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, on Sunday after a missile strike killed her on Thursday. KYIV: A Ukrainian military source claimed Russia is preparing for the next stage of its onslaught in Ukraine after Moscow said it would increase military operations in "all operational areas." As the West begins delivering long-range armaments to Ukraine, Russian rockets and missiles have bombarded cities, killing dozens, Kyiv...

11:51 (PST)18 Jul

Presidents of Iran, Russia, and Turkey will discuss Syria war in Tehran

Vladimir Putin will meet with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts to discuss the Syrian situation. Russia, Turkey, and Iran have met in recent years to talk about Syria as part of the so-called "Astana peace process," which aims to end the conflict in the Arab country. TEHRAN: Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts on Tuesday to talk about the situation in the Syria war, even though there is still fighting in Ukraine. Russia, Turkey,...

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10:52 (PST)18 Jul

Zelensky dismisses two officials for 'collaboration' with Russia

The Ukrainian President sacked two key members of his government. Accused them of treason and accused a large number of subordinates of collaborating with Russia. Former Crimea Security Service chief jailed on treason allegations. President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine sacked two key members of his government after doubting their leadership abilities and accusing a large number of their subordinates of treason and collaboration with Russia. In his nightly video message, Zelensky said, "Today I made a decision to remove the...

08:30 (PST)18 Jul

Zelensky writes to Trudeau: Ukraine will never accept Canada's choice about the Nord Stream turbine

The decision by Canada to return the Nord Stream turbine to Germany—which was actually sent in breach of sanctions—will never be accepted by Ukrainians. This was said by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in a televised message to the country. Russia is doing this on purpose, blackmailing others with gas and provoking sanction breaches," the president said. The decision by Canada to return the Nord Stream turbine to Germany—which was actually sent in breach of sanctions—will never be accepted by Ukrainians....

08:20 (PST)18 Jul

Zelensky on the appointment of the SAPO chief: The panel will make the final decision

The frequency of instances where security agents and prosecutors are under investigation for working with the enemy raises concerns for the heads of the concerned organizations. According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who earlier today signed orders expelling Iryna Venediktova, the prosecutor general, and Ivan Bakanov, the head of the security service. "I decided to remove the Prosecutor General from her post and remove the head of the Security Service of Ukraine (from his duties - ed.). Volodymyr Zelensky, the...

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07:52 (PST)18 Jul

Zelensky discusses the decision to fire the senior prosecutor and security chief

The frequency of instances where security agents and prosecutors are under investigation for working with the enemy raises concerns for the heads of the concerned organizations. According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who earlier today signed orders expelling Iryna Venediktova, the prosecutor general, and Ivan Bakanov, the head of the security service. "I decided to remove the Prosecutor General from her post and remove the head of the Security Service of Ukraine (from his duties - ed.). The frequency of...

07:33 (PST)18 Jul

British Defense Ministry releases a new video demonstrating Ukrainian forces being trained

According to the report, they are receiving "the skills needed to be effective and lethal on the frontline and protect their homeland." The UK has a "strong history of supporting Ukrainian service people through Operation Orbital," it is also said in the report. The Ukrainian Armed Forces were taught through a UK-led programme, enabling them to increase resistance while still defending their country's sovereignty. A new film featuring British instructors instructing Ukrainian military personnel has been released by the Ministry...

07:06 (PST)18 Jul

 Latvia's defense ministry says Ukraine has significantly degraded the Russian army

the Russian army has been so severely depleted as a result of the protracted conflict in Ukraine that a new offensive wouldn't be possible for at least another two years. which cited Delfi, the assertion was made by Latvia's Minister of Defense Artis Pabriks. The State Defense Service, which mandates military conscription, needs to be reformed, according to the minister. The Russian army has been so severely depleted as a result of the protracted conflict in Ukraine that a new...

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06:24 (PST)18 Jul

Top prosecutor Veneditkova and SBU chief Bakanov are fired by Zelensky

Ivan Bakanov, the head of the security service, and Iryna Venediktova, the prosecutor general, have been "removed from duties" by Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky. That is in accordance with the applicable decrees that are available online at the President's Office website. The top security operative was discharged in accordance with this provision. Ivan Bakanov, the head of the security service, and Iryna Venediktova, the prosecutor general, have been "removed from duties" by Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky. That is in accordance...

04:58 (PST)18 Jul

 Russian troops capture another Briton in Ukraine

Russian proxies captured John Harding, a British citizen who had been fighting Russia as a member of the Azov Regiment In the video, he asks British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to facilitate his release because he fears receiving the death penalty. "It understood Mr Harding was captured in May when Ukrainian units he was fighting with at the Azovstal steelworks were forced to surrender. Russian proxies captured John Harding, a British citizen who had been fighting Russia as a member...

04:58 (PST)18 Jul

 Russian troops capture another Briton in Ukraine

Russian proxies captured John Harding, a British citizen who had been fighting Russia as a member of the Azov Regiment In the video, he asks British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to facilitate his release because he fears receiving the death penalty. "It understood Mr Harding was captured in May when Ukrainian units he was fighting with at the Azovstal steelworks were forced to surrender. Russian proxies captured John Harding, a British citizen who had been fighting Russia as a member...

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04:15 (PST)18 Jul

Zelensky, and Trudeau discuss increased penalties on Russia following terrorist attacks in Ukrainian cities

Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, praised Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, for Canada's defence assistance and urged Canada to put further pressure on Russia Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, made the pertinent comment on Twitter. After the terrorist attacks in Vinnytsia, Mykolaiv, Chasiv Yar, etc. Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, praised Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, for Canada's defence assistance and urged Canada to put further pressure on Russia through sanctions following its missile...

03:55 (PST)18 Jul

 Ukraine forces repel attack in Bilohorivka, stopping enemy advance toward Bakhmut

Multiple assaults were repelled by the Ukrainian troops, who also forced the adversary to flee while suffering casualties. The situation in the directions of Volyn, Polissia, and Siverskyi was mostly unchanged. The enemy shelled border towns like Studenok, Volfyne, Bilopillia, Novi Vyrky, and Iskryskivshchyna with artillery. In the course of the day, Russian occupation forces persisted in concentrating the majority of their efforts on attempting to seize Siversk and move closer to Bakhmut. Multiple assaults were repelled by the Ukrainian...

03:17 (PST)18 Jul

Zelensky on Medvedev's "not-so-sober" remark: No one succumbs to warnings of "judgement day"

In parallel, Russia will literally face judgement for the atrocities done by the terrorist state. Zelensky, who addressed the nation via video on Sunday,"Today, another not-so-sober statement about the alleged 'judgment day' for Ukraine came from Russia. This will be a judgment day for Russia – not in a figurative sense, not as some loud statement, but literally," the president emphasized. Nobody abides by the political intimidation coming from Russia on a purported "judgement day" for Ukraine. In parallel, Russia...

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