Ukraine: in Kiev, Blinken calls for choosing a "Pacific way"
Your Browser does not support this video pass that does not end. On Wednesday, the US Secretary of State called the Russian President Vladimir Putin to choose the "peaceful path" to get out of the crisis around the Ukraine , while noting that Moscow could reinforce "very quickly" his troops that already threaten his neighbor.
© Presidential Press Service The shooter fled with his Kalashnikov assault rifle. (Illustration) Reuters
A soldier of the Ukrainian National Guard opened fire on his comrades in a factory, making five dead and five wounded before fleeing with his weapon, said Thursday the Ministry of the Interior, before. Announce that the police had finally proceed to his arrest. "A member of the Ukrainian National Guard fired shots with a Kalashnikov assault rifle on the guards of the factory, then fled with his weapon. As a result, five people were killed and five other wounded, "he said in a statement. According to the ministry, the incident took place on Wednesday night in Thursday in the Ioujmach Dnipro plant, in the center of the country, which manufactures spatial rockets and launchers but also missiles, vehicles and industrial tools. The shooter was 21 years old, born in 2001, had just received his weapon before his turn. A special operation was launched in the city to find it and the commander of the National Guard, Nikolai Balan, went to the scene, according to the same source. "The crime reasons are not yet known," said the department again. Fusillays in the former USSS military units are a recurring phenomenon, often due to hazing, which has long been one of the most serious problems in these countries, particularly in Russia, even if the situation has improved in recent years. These bizautous, sometimes very violent, are regularly the cause of suicides or murders.
Ukraine Advises Its Olympic Athletes to Not Take Photos With Russians in Beijing .
The Games are typically a way for athletes to use sport as unification, just as the five Olympic interlocking rings imply. © Photo by ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP via Getty Images Gold medalist Russia's Mariya Lasitskene (L) and bronze medalist Ukraine's Yaroslava Mahuchikh celebrate after the women's high jump final during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 7, 2021. As war tensions mount between Russia and Ukraine, officials in Ukraine hope their athletes aren't locked arm in arm with their Russian rivals.