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Canada: War in Ukraine: What to remember from the day of Monday, March 28th

Russia’s capture of Europe’s largest nuclear plant in Ukraine raises global alarm

  Russia’s capture of Europe’s largest nuclear plant in Ukraine raises global alarm Ukrainian authorities reported Russian troops were stepping up efforts to seize the plant, which accounts for about one quarter of Ukraine’s power generation. The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine has called Russia's attack on a nuclear plant a 'war crime.

Ukraine asserted that Dirpin, in the suburbs of kyiv, had been "liberated" of the Russian forces.

  Guerre en Ukraine : ce qu'il faut retenir de la journée du lundi 28 mars © Provided by FranceInfo

Russia and Ukraine have not completed "significant advanced" for the moment in their negotiations, said Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, Monday, March 28th. While the discussions must resume Tuesday, the fighting continues on the ground. FranceInfo summarizes what to remember developments of the day.

The Ukrainian government affirms that biking, in the suburbs of kyiv, was "released"

the city of Irpine, in the suburbs of kyiv, was "liberated", affirmed the Ukrainian government. "The city is now liberated, but it is always dangerous to be there," said Denys Monastyrsky's Minister of Interior. Quiet locality of the Ukrainian capital, its strategic location in the attempted encirclement of the city by the Russian forces, turned it into the theater of fierce fighting. Life had become impossible. The Russian army has not yet delivered information on the situation of its troops in this city.

Friends of 'Fearless' Journalist Brent Renaud, Who Was Killed in Ukraine, Say He'd Tell Others 'Keep Filming'

  Friends of 'Fearless' Journalist Brent Renaud, Who Was Killed in Ukraine, Say He'd Tell Others 'Keep Filming' Colleagues who traveled to the world's most dangerous places with the late filmmaker tell PEOPLE about his "uncanny" talents for capturing "the beauty and strength in the human spirit"Friends and colleagues of filmmaker and journalist Brent Renaud, whom officials say was killed in a Russian attack on March 13 while covering the war in Ukraine, tell PEOPLE he was a gifted, fearless and sensitive reporter who traveled to some of the world's most dangerous places to find meaningful, untold stories and document the resilience of his subjects.

Russia is preparing a text for to limit its access to "inamical" nationals

the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, announced that a decree was in preparation to limit access to Russian territory to country nationals. authors of acts judged "inamical" by Russia. "A presidential decree project is in preparation to introduce reprisal measures, concerning visas, in connection with the inamical actions of several foreign governments," said the head of Russian diplomacy. The names of these countries have not been specified.


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The Russian independent newspaper "Novaïa Gazeta" suspends its publication

Novaïa Gazeta was a last bastion of the free press in activity. But the Russian independent newspaper, muzzled by censorship, announced suspending his publications until the end of the war in Ukraine. This suspension concerns articles on social networks and paper format. The newspaper took this measure after receiving a second warning of the Russian telecoms for breach of a controversial law. He is criticized at Novaïa Gazeta for not having clarified that an NGO mentioned in one of its articles was qualified "foreign agent" by the Russian authorities, as required by law.

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The Kremlin denounces the comments of Biden on Putin

after Joe Biden's comments, who described Vladimir Putin of "Boucher", Moscow described "alarming" comments from the US President. The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, assured that Moscow would continue to follow "very attentive the words of the US President".

For his part, Joe Biden said he did not withdraw his comments suggesting that he wished the departure of his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin power. "For the love of God, this man can not stay in power!", had launched Saturday in Warsaw the Polish capital . "I simply expressed my indignation: it should not stay in power, in the same way that the bad guys should not continue to do bad things", "but that does not mean that we have a fundamental change of policy" , he added.

kyiv renounces all the evacuation corridor of civilians

"Our information has reported possible provocations on the part of the occupants [Russians] on the routes of the humanitarian corridors. Therefore, for reasons of safety for civilians, no corridor Humanitarian will not be open today, "said Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Verechtchouk, on Telegram. Usually, humanitarian corridors are organized daily from the cities most affected by the fighting to allow the evacuation of civilians. Ukraine has already denounced repeated Russian attacks on these corridors, especially around Maroupol, port city totally devastated .

'The Stuff of Movies': How Fox News Rushed to Help Its Journalists After They Came Under Fire in Invasion .
In the hours after correspondent Benjamin Hall was injured last month while reporting from Ukraine, his colleagues worked with the Pentagon and a team of specialists to reach himOn March 14, the world learned that Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall had just been seriously injured in an attack that left two other journalists dead, all while they were covering Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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