The regrets of Amnesty after its report on Ukraine
© Dogukan Keskinkilic / Anadolu Agency / Anadolu Agency via AFP Amnesty International, NGO, War in Ukraine A Mnesty International claims, Sunday, August 7, regret "anger »Tidyed by his report on Ukraine. The NGO had reproached the Ukrainian armed forces for endangering civilians. Amnesty International still maintains its conclusions, which have caused kyiv's anger.
© Reuters of smoke escapes from the village of Mayskoye, in the Djankoi district, Tuesday August 16, 2022. The Russian Defense Ministry announced this Tuesday, August 16, 2022 that a fire exploded the explosion of ammunition in one of its bases, in Crimea.
A fire that caused an explosion of ammunition occurred on Tuesday August 16 in a Russian military base
peninsula annexed by Russia , the Russian Defense Ministry announced. The fire broke out around 3:15 a.m. GMT in a temporary ammunition deposit of a Russian base in the Djankoi district (North), the ministry said in a press release, quoted by Russian press agencies. "Following the fire, a detonation of the ammunition occurred"
War in Ukraine: But where is the Razoni ship, filled with cereals?
The boat, which carries the first cargo of Ukrainian cereals since the agreement, is blocked off the Turkish coast © China New/SIPA The RAZONI ship, transporting the first cargo of Ukrainian cereals, is blocked off the coast Turkish awaiting a buyer.
, he said.
According to Crimea Governor, Sergei Akionov, who went to the scene, two civilians were injured, and the evacuation of the inhabitants of a neighboring village was underway. At 6:15 a.m. GMT, the deflagration was still continuing, said Sergei Akionov on Telegram.
On the front line of the military offensive
This incident comes a week after
an explosion of ammunition intended for military aviation
in a deposit located in the territory of the Saki military aerodrome, in the west of Crimea . These explosions had killed one and several injured.
Crimea, a Ukraine peninsula annexed in 2014 by Moscow, has been on the front line of the military offensive that Russia has been carrying out against its Ukrainian neighbor since February 24.
puzzle rates about severe explosions on the Russian air force base
Jewpatorija. Russia took the Ukraine peninsula in 2014. It uses the pearl of the Black Sea as a military base and as a holiday paradise. Now there were severe explosions. © Uncredited After an explosion on the Ukrainian Peninsula Crimea Peninsula, occupied by Russia rises on the Saky Rauch beach. huge explosions shaken an important Russian air base on the criminic peninsula in 2014.
Russian planes take off almost daily from Crimea to hit targets in regions under the control of kyiv and several areas of this peninsula are located within the action department of Ukrainian cannons and drones.
tourist peninsula Despite the conflict, Crimea has remained an important resort for many Russians who continue to enjoy summer on its beaches.
"In the morning near Djankoi started with explosions"
, immediately reacted on Twitter the adviser to the Ukrainian presidency, Mikhaïlo Podoliak.
"Crimea in a normal country is the Black Sea, mountains, recreation and tourism. But the Crimea occupied by the Russians, these are explosions of ammunition deposits and a high risk of death for invaders and thieves, "he launched.
Macron and Putin, the reunion on the phone: what they said this Friday .
their last telephone interview dates back to May 28. © AFP.com/dmitry Lovetsky Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin in Saint Petersburg, May 25, 2018 Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron had not spoken since May 28. The Russian and French presidents had a telephone interview this Friday, August 19 in the afternoon.