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Juli 4th to Juli 8th

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  • Boris Johnson has resigned as party leader but is refusing to step down as Prime Minister until a new one is elected.
  • Response to Moscow’s move: Kazakhstan wants to transport oil to Europe bypassing the Russian Federation.
  • In Moscow, the U.S. embassy is now on Donetsk People’s Republic Square while the UK embassy is now on Luhansk People’s Republic Square.
  • According to the UK government, despite Boris Johnson’s resignation their policy toward Ukraine remains the same.

Other news:

  • A long-serving official in in the Austrian Intelligence Service is accused of having sold state secrets to Russia.
  • There is a realistic possibility that the battle for Sloviansk will be the next key contest in the struggle for the Donbas according to the British Ministry of Defense.
  • YouTube and Instagram have been disabled in the Kherson region.
  • Russia stopped the transit of oil from Kazakhstan to Europe.

Other news:

  • A second volunteer from France died in Ukraine, he was 20.
  • Satellite images prove that Russia systematically exports Ukrainian grain to Türkiye through Crimea.
  • Ukraine is negotiating with Türkiye and the UN regarding the export of grain through its ports.
  • In the Zaporizhzhia region, Russia has brought in teachers and is forcing parents to send their children to kindergartens and schools with a Russian curriculum.

Particulary positive news:

  • The Ukrainian flag was raised on Zmiiny Island (Snake Island).
  • Germany has already accepted more than 850,000 Ukrainian refugees.

Other news:

  • The Armed Forces of Ukraine withdrew from Lysychansk after heavy fighting.
  • 70 expelled diplomats of the Russian Federation left Bulgaria; photographed wearing T-shirts with Putin on them

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Am Ende steht ein Anfang

Die zweitgrößte Stadt der Ukraine war hart umkämpft. Russische Soldaten drangen bis ins Zentrum der Stadt vor. Obwohl Charkiw an vielen Stellen zerstört ist, hat die größte Druckerei der Region ihre Maschinen wieder angeworfen.

Ukraine is facing a winter energy crisis

As winter hits Ukraine, so do Russian missiles destroying the heating infrastructure.

Russia resumes rocket attacks on Ukraine, targeting the country’s energy grid

Despite the increase in their frequency, military targets have largely been excluded in favor of energy facilities and civilian infrastructure.