Russia – Ukraine | Summary of the news of March 14


Russian invasion of Ukraine grabs headlines

At least two killed after A Russian missile hits a residential building in northwest kyiv Monday morning; at least two people were killed and twelve were injured in the attack.

– Russian TV journalist and producer Marina Ovsyannikova arrested after organizing a demonstration against the war during an evening newscast on a state-run channel.

Diplomatic talks between Russia and Ukraine should resume after a short break. This comes as the mayor of Mariupol reports that the city “the last reserves of food and water are running out”

35 are dead and more than 100 people are injured after a Russian attack on a Ukrainian military base which is about 10 miles from the Polish border

2.8 million Ukrainians have fled their country since the start of the invasion

– US Warns China as military and economic support to Russia could cause serious financial consequences for the country.

American journalist and award-winning filmographer Brent Renaud killed near Russian troops in kyiv; Benjamin Hall, Fox News reporter was also injured in Ukraine.

Information on the Russia – Ukraine conflict

– Can families in the United States to sponsor Ukrainian refugees?

Gas prices are rising all over the world. Where are people seeing the fastest increase?

– Ukrainian officials claim that Russia is preparing a “false flag” operation on the Chernobyl nuclear power plant

– How does the Russian government prevent demonstrations against the Kremlin?

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