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British intelligence states that “in the last two weeks Russia has suffered probably the highest casualty rate among its armed forces since the invasion began”. Ukrainian reports speak of 824 victims per day. The Guardian has revealed that “Iran used boats and a state airline to send the new types of advanced long-range armed drones to Russia for use in its war against Ukraine. In Italy, however, the case breaks out, according to Silvio Berlusconi: “As prime minister, I would not have met Zelenskyy, it would have been enough for him to stop the attacks on the two autonomous republics of Donbass, and there would not have been a war.”

The war in Ukraine, global tensions: what is there to know?

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Live news from the Ukraine-Russia conflict


Kiev, in the Kharkiv region, met civilians

This morning Russian forces again shelled the Kharkiv area and in particular the city of Kupyansk, where civilians were hit. This was reported by the Kharkiv military administrative authorities. In particular, the head of the local military administration Oleh Syniehubov On his Telegram channel, he stressed that “houses in the city were hit, fires broke out. Luckily there were no casualties.” This is reported by Ukrinform.

11:21 a.m

Moldova accuses Russia of planning coup in Chisinau

The President of Moldova, Maya Sandu, accused Russia of planning. Sandu added that the information was received from the President of Ukraine last week Volodymyr Zelenskyy about the threat that Moscow wants to destabilize the republic were confirmed by Moldovan secret services. “The documents received from our Ukrainian partners show good documentation of the locations and logistical aspects of the organization. The plan also provides for the deployment of people arriving from abroad,” he added during a briefing organized in Chisinau. “The plan envisages actions with military-trained men, but in civilian clothes, who will organize violent actions and attacks on some state institutions with hostage-taking.” The coup would be carried out with the help of citizens of Belarus, Serbia and Montenegro, men who have military training but would dress up in civilian clothes to simulate protests.


UK intelligence: “Russia is strengthening the end of the front line”

“On February 7, open-source images showed that Russia likely continued to strengthen defenses in the central oblast Zaporizhia, in southern Ukraine, specifically near the city of Tarasivka. As early as January 8, Russia had established defenses between the towns of Vasilyvka and Orikhiv.” British intelligence writes in it, concluding that “despite operational focus on the central Donbass, Russia remains concerned about protecting its extensive front line.” A figure – according to the report published by the Ministry of Defense in London – is confirmed by the continuous construction of defense structures in Zaporizhia and Lugansk Oblasts, as well as by the deployment of personnel. Russia’s front line in Ukraine is about 1,288 km long and the front line of the Russian-occupied Zaporizhia oblast is 192 km.” A major Ukrainian breakthrough in Zaporizhia – he concludes – would seriously challenge the feasibility of the Russian ‘land bridge’ between the Rostov region and Crimea question. And a Ukrainian success in Luhansk would further undermine Russia’s stated war goal of “liberating” the Donbass. Deciding which of these threats to prioritize is probably one of the key dilemmas for Russian planners.”


Kadyrov: “I don’t blame the Pope, he’s too old”

“I am not offended by the Pope, he is too old to take offense at him”. That’s what the Chechen leader said Ramzan Kadyrov in an interview with Russian television, broadcast by the Ria Novosti agency, returned to the Pope’s statements about the cruelty shown by Chechens and Buryats in the conflict in Ukraine. “Fighters are the best people because they sacrifice themselves for others – said Kadyrov – but he can’t understand that. He lived his whole life somewhere in a monastery or I don’t know where, and in my opinion he forgot what’s going on in the world, what is life.”


Kiev, “Energy system efficient again after attacks”

“Today, on the first working day (after the last massive Russian attack on Ukraine on Friday), the Ukrainian energy system is able to meet the needs of the users.” This was underlined by the Minister of Energy of Ukraine Galushchenko The repairs were completed quickly after Friday’s attacks that hit the country’s energy infrastructure.

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(Portal) 10:52

Kiev, 4 dead and 3 wounded in attacks in the last 24 hours

Four people have been killed and three injured in the last 24 hours after Russian attacks in different regions of Ukraine. This was reported by local authorities, quoted by the Kyiv Independent. Moscow is targeting Donetsk, Kherson, Kharkiv, Sumy, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia and the Luhansk region.

10:43 a.m

Kremlin, “no data” on new wave of mobilization

There is no data on the possibility of a second wave of mobilization in Russia to reinforce troops deployed in Ukraine. He repeated it Dmitry PeskovKremlin spokesman speaking to the press.

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(hand) 10:30

Russian bombs on Kherson, one dead and damage to railways

One person died during the night a Kherson in the Russian attack that targeted the railway line and five neighborhoods. This was reported by the Ukrainian broadcaster Suspilne, adding that the Russian attack today prevented trains from Lviv and Kiev from reaching Kherson. The tracks were damaged and therefore the trains have to stop in Mykolayiv, where passengers continue by bus to Kherson.


NATO: Russian hacker attack on our sites

Yesterday, NATO was the target of a hacker attack that hit various Alliance websites: a spokeswoman for the organization confirmed this to the German news agency dpa last night. The news had previously circulated on various social networks that pro-Russian activists had attacked the website of the NATO Special Operations Headquarters (NSHQ), which was temporarily unavailable.
The attack is believed to have been launched by the pro-Russian hacking group Killnet.

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Jens Stoltenberg (Portal) 09:10

Moscow: Another execution of former combatant Wagner on video

A video posted on Gray Zone, the semi-official Telegram channel of the Wagner mercenary group, appears to show the murder – with a mace – of Dmitry Yakushchenko, an ex-convict who had joined the Wagners before surrendering on the Ukraine battlefield . This was reported by the Latvia-based Russian-language online newspaper Meduza. The video comes just three months after the release of another similar video showing the assassination of Yevgeny Nuzhin, another former Wagner Group fighter, who was killed by truncheons.


Russian bombs hit the Kherson region overnight

One person was killed last night in the Kherson region of southern Ukraine after Russian forces fired on them five times, Ukrainian state broadcaster Suspilne reported. According to the region’s governor, Pavlo Kyrylenko, one civilian died and another was injured in the Russian attacks yesterday. This was reported by the Kyiv Independent.

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Kiev: Russians drain Kachowka Reservoir

Russia is deliberately draining the Kakhovka Basin in southern Ukraine: With this alarm call, the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Iryna Wereschuk described the Moscow operations in the waters, which are also used as “ecocide”, as the source of the cooling of the Zaporizhia NPP. This was reported by the Kyiv Independent.


Russian averages – earned two kilometers west in four days

Russia says its troops have gained two kilometers of territory to the west along the front line in Ukraine in a matter of days, reports The Guardian, citing Russian media. According to a statement by the commander of the Central Military District, Russian forces broke through the Ukrainian defenses and managed to penetrate several kilometers deep and within four days shifted the front line two kilometers to the west.


US Embassy to American Citizens: “Leave Russia Immediately”

The U.S. Embassy in Russia has urged U.S. citizens to leave the country “immediately,” the embassy statement released online said. U.S. citizens “staying in or traveling to Russia should depart immediately,” the statement said, calling for “greater caution about the risk of unlawful detention.”


Cabaret survives in Kyiv. Of the war

The stand-up comedy fills the room in the Ukrainian capital, with lots of laughs but some red lines not to be crossed. “We make patriotic jokes, but we will never joke about Mariupol or Bucha”

Read the story of correspondent Fabio Tonacci

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Kyiv: Russians launch reconnaissance balloons over Dnipropetrovsk

The Russian army launched some reconnaissance balloons over the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine in the evening. This was announced by the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook, as reported by Ukrinform.


Zelenskyy: “Now global sanctions against the Russian nuclear industry”

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a video address today that Ukraine is doing its best to ensure comprehensive sanctions are imposed on Russia’s nuclear industry. He said “Russia’s nuclear blackmail of the world must be punished,” recalling Russia’s seizure of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in the city of Enerhodar, Zaporizhia Oblast, in March. “It’s not easy, there’s some resistance,” he said. On February 5, Ukraine imposed sanctions against Russia’s nuclear industry, targeting 200 Russian companies, including Russia’s state nuclear monopoly Rosatom, that will remain in place for 50 years.

Molinari: ‘Berlusconi attacks Zelenskyy to question Meloni’s governance’

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