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War in Ukraine

May 31st to June 3rd

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  • 44,000,000 square meters of housing and real estate have been destroyed.
  • 23,800 kilometers of streets and roads have been destroyed.
  • 6,300 kilometers of railways and locomotive transport infrastructure have been destroyed including 41 bridges.
  • 643 medical facilities have been destroyed.
  • 1,123 educational facilities and 621 kindergartens have been destroyed.
  • 19 oil depots and 19 shopping centers have been destroyed.
  • Red Cross says destruction in Ukraine "defies comprehension" after 100 days of war.
  • On 100th day of war, Russia says "work" in Ukraine will continue until all goals are reached.
  • Black Sea dolphins are being killed by military sonars, researchers say.
  • 20% of Ukraine is under Russian control. President Zelensky savs.

Particulary positive news:

  • Within the framework of the international charity telethon
    Save Ukraine -#Stop War the Ministry of Health of
    Ukraine received over UAH 6 million (~189,000 EUR).

Other news:

  • Turkey to donate the Bayraktar drone to Ukraine
    for which Lithuania had been raising funds to buy.
  • In the Kharkiv region, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have
    already crossed the border with Russia in several places.
  • Reports say Russia did not allow any children from the
    Kherson region to be taken out of the evacuation corridor.

Particulary positive news:

  • The first modular town for those who lost their homewas opened in Borodyanka.

Other news:

  • In the Luhansk region, Russian invaders currently control70% of Severodonetsk.
  • Pro-Russian separatists in Kherson have announced atransition to the Russin banking system.
  • Germany will provide Ukraine with modern air defensesystems.

Particulary positive news:

  • More than 7,000 donors have donated blood in Kyiv
    since the start of the war.

Other news:

  • Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, the
    Security Service of Ukraine has exposed more than
    5,000 collaborators.
  • A French journalist became the eighth media worker
    to die in the line of duty in Ukraine.
  • Denmark and the Netherlands have refused to pay
    for Russian gas in rubles with Gazprom shutting off
    gas to the latter already.

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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.