As the siege of Mariupol continues, Ukraine says there will be heavy fighting in the Donbass
kyiv (EFE) .- Ukrainian authorities today declared fierce fighting in the Donbass, while the siege of the Azovstal steel plant continues, with Ukrainian troops from Mariupol resisting, and kyiv believes Russia is preparing for a march on May 9, Victory Day Nazi Germany. The attack continues in Donetsk and Lukansk, Ukrainian military civil servants said in a recent statement on Facebook. However, Ukrainian troops were able to repel eight attacks in the two separatist regions in the east of the country, according to the media. In Mariupol, according to Russian and Ukrainian sources, 50 civilians were evacuated yesterday, and Ukrainian media reported that Russia was trying to infiltrate the Azovstal premises following the siege.
The pro-Russian Crimean leader says Kerson has been “liberated” from the nationalists
International Writing, May 7 (EFE) .- Sergei Aksyonov, pro-Russian leader and leader of the autonomous government of the Crimean Republic annexed by Moscow in 2014, said in the morning that the southern Ukrainian region of Kersen “had been liberated. Nationalists” and “The Control of Kiev” . “Today, no Ukrainian authorities inspect or control the documents. The territory has been liberated from nationalists,” Aksyonov told the Russian News Agency.
Transnistria condemns new drone strikes
MOSCOW (EFE) .- Authorities in the separatist Moldovan region of Transnistria today condemned new attacks by drones that look unknown. “Four explosives exploded in the territory of the former airport, next to the town of Voronkovo in the Ripnitsk region,” the Transnistrian Interior Ministry’s press service said in its telegram account, without mentioning its origin. Attacks. Authorities say two explosives were fired from the drone at about 9:40 pm (GMT 6:40 pm) on the night of May 6, and the attack was repeated an hour later.
The Security Council adopted its first speech after the invasion of Ukraine
The United Nations (EFE ).- The UN Security Council on Friday approved its first official report on Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion, in which fifteen countries support the mediation efforts of UN President Antonio Guterres. The summary document, as a result of the efforts of Mexico and Norway, was unanimously approved (i.e. with the support of Russia) at a rapid meeting convened for this purpose.
AI condemns Russian war crimes on the outskirts of Q.
kyiv / London (EFE) .- Amnesty International on Friday condemned Russia for numerous “war crimes” and indiscriminate attacks on civilians in the suburbs of Kiev this Friday, while demanding that the perpetrators be held accountable. To justice. AIG’s Secretary-General Agnes Colmart and representatives of the Human Rights Organization reported today at a presentation in kyiv – broadcast live on their social networks – the findings of a new investigation into the province, detailing their details. Report.
North Korean missiles
North Korea launches ballistic missile from a submarine
Seoul (EFE) .- North Korea today launched a ballistic missile from a submarine (SLBM), according to the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), “Our military today detects North Korea at 14:07 (5:07 GMT). Launched a long-range ballistic missile, which is estimated to be an SLPM, off the coast of Xinpo in southern Hamkyeong Province to the East Sea (called the Sea of Japan in two Koreas), JCS explained. This is a statement. The North Korean Development Center (SLBM) for submarines and submarine missiles (XBM) is located on the east coast of the country, and is the area where the regime usually tests this type of missile.
The eruption of Cuba
A bomb blast near a luxury hotel in Havana has killed at least 22 people
Havana (EFE) .- At least 22 people were killed and at least 64 were injured in what became known as the Cold War on Friday. The Cuban presidency said on Twitter that one minor and a pregnant woman were among the dead and 14 minors (three critically ill and two seriously injured) were injured. These figures are not conclusive and could rise in the next few hours as progress is made on the removal of debris from the Saratoga Hotel, which marks the historic center of Havana. Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Connell rushed to the scene, insisting it was a “tragic accident” and dismissed it as a bomb or an attack. He added that there was a gas leak during the preliminary investigation.
The Malian army has killed 48 terrorists in the past two weeks
Bamako (EFE) .- The Malian army has killed 48 militants in two weeks of military operations in various parts of the country, including two soldiers, the Malian Armed Forces (FAMA) said in a statement on Friday. .) In an operation in the forests and mountains of the Nara region, located in the Kuligoro region north of Bamako, the Malian army killed 16 suspected jihadists and arrested eight more of their comrades. During the operation, government forces destroyed motorcycles and weapons used by the terrorists and seized three AK-47 rifles.
Northern Ireland elections
Sinn Fin’s victory and the Unionist split perpetuate the crisis in Ulster
Belfast (R.United) (EFE) .- The first results of the regional elections in Northern Ireland this Friday marked the historic victory of the nationalist Sinn Fin and the resurgence of the center. Neglect against the formation of a power-sharing government. Sinn Féin, a former supporter of the IRA’s political wing, an ardent supporter of Ireland’s reorganization, is on track to become a leading force in the province as the slow turnout in Thursday’s elections progresses. To end one hundred years of union rule.
Brussels has an Iberian plan to make electricity cheaper and is urgently evaluating it
Brussels (EFE) .- The European Commission (EC) on Friday confirmed that it has received proposals from Spain and Portugal to reduce the impact of gas on the electricity market and reduce electricity tariffs. “Technical contacts” between Brussels, Madrid and Lisbon.
US cyber attack
The United States provides $ 15 million for information on hackers
WASHINGTON (EFE) .- The United States this Friday provided $ 15 million (approximately 14.2 million euros) in rewards for information about Conte’s group of hackers responsible for numerous cyber attacks around the world, including the largest victim of the Costa government. Riga. It is divided into 10 million for identifying or tracking down group leaders and 5 million for information leading to the arrest of any of Gandhi’s members, according to the State Department. The FBI estimates that the group has raised more than $ 150 million as a result of more than 1,000 attacks in the past two years.
The UN says 75 people have been killed in clashes between gangs in Haiti
Port-au-Prince, May 6 (EFE) .- The United Nations on Friday estimated that 75 civilians have been killed in clashes between mobs in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, more than double the official figure. According to various sources, at least 75 people, including women and children, have been killed and 68 injured, according to the UN, which has declared a “rapidly deteriorating security situation and deep concern over human rights.” The metropolitan area of the capital. EFE
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