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May 23rd to May 27th

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Positive news:
>Ukraine has sufficient grain reserves to meet domestic and global demand at least until the end of 2022.
>Switzerland has provided more than 5.3 million euros in humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

Other news:
> In Vinnytsia, three streets were renamed in honor of the defenders of Ukraine.
> Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that he is ready to unblock Ukrainian ports for food exports if the West lifts sanctions against Russia.

Other news:
> Lithuania transferred 20 M113 armored personnel carriers to Ukraine.
> Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, 1,918 children have disappeared.
> Mobile "zombie TV" has appeared in Mariupol - screens are being carried around the city showing pro-Russian propaganda.
> In Germany, a businessman is on trial for violating EU sanctions against Russia.

Particularly positive news:
> Google is giving 43,000 Chromebooks to Ukrainian teachers.
> Over 50,000 couples got married in Ukraine during the three months of the war.
> All metro lines will be reopened in Kharkiv on May 24.

Other news:
> US State Department announces new program to provide "evidence of Russia-perpetrated war crimes."

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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.