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  • The Russia threatens to intensify strikes on kyiv. As Moscow says it is concentrating its attacks on the Donbass and eastern Ukraine, the Russian Defense Ministry announced on Friday that it had bombed an arms factory near Kyiv.
  • Le Ship MoscowThe first Russian navy in the Black Sea was damaged during the offensive against Ukraine. The Russian Defense Ministry announced Thursday evening that it had sunk.
  • More than five hundred civiliansTwenty-four children, including children, have been killed in the Kharkiv region of eastern Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion (February 24), the region’s governor Oleh Synehoubov said in a video released on its Telegram channel on Thursday. The capital, Kharkiv, was heavily bombed by the Russian military.
  • A resume Evacuation of civilians using nine humanitarian corridorsUkrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vareshuk announced in a telegram on Thursday, including the besieged city of Mariupol.
  • He was transferred to Lviv in early March following a Russian military offensive. French Embassy in Ukraine It reopened in Kiev on Friday.
  • Head of Irish Diplomacy, Simon Covini leaves for Kiev on ThursdayAnnounced his services to discuss “How can Ireland continue to provide political, security and humanitarian support to Ukraine?”

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