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War in Ukraine

May 9th - May 15th

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Particulary positive news:
> Rescuers delivered 40 tons of water per day to the residents of Luhansk and the surrounding region.

Other news:
> A Russian ship has been spotted moving stolen Ukrainian grain to Syria.
> The Russian army has destroyed almost 38,000 houses in Ukraine and more than 220,000 citizens need housing.
> Mariupol is threatened by an epidemic due to water problems.

Uplifting news:
> In Mykolayiv and the general area, canned meat and bread will be distributed to the population free of charge.
> The Security Service of Ukraine prevented a terrorist attack in Zaporizhzhia and detained its perpetrator.

Other news:
> Biden blames Russia’s war in Ukraine for food supply shortages and price hikes.
> Russia has blocked about 300 cargo ships in the Black Sea that cannot export grain and other food for export from Ukraine.

Uplifting news:
> The children called her "Aunt Soup": a woman who fed Azovstal for two months was evacuated to Zaporizhia.

Other news:
> The first Russian serviceman will stand trial for killing a civilian in the Sumy region.
> Belarus deploys special operations forces in three directions near the border with Ukraine.
> The US Senate registered a resolution recognizing Russia as a sponsor of terrorism.

Uplifting news:
> The first plane with Ukrainian refugees arrived in Canada.

Other news:
> Germany and Greece have reopened their embassies in Kyiv.
> Russia’s economy facing worst contraction since 1994.
> The EU and U.S. have come up with a plan to meet Ukraine’s financing needs over the next three months.

Uplifting news:
> The World Health Organization has donated 20 all-terrain ambulances to Ukraine.
> Canada will abolish tariffs on Ukrainian
imports for a year.

Other news:
> The Russian air force has hit Ukraine with 53 strikes in the last 24 hours.
> Ukraine has completed the second part of the questionnaire on EU membership.

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