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DIRECT. War in Ukraine: bombing of a maternity hospital near Zaporozhye, a newborn was killed


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  • Crimea and Russia’s Belgorod region, bordering Ukraine, were targeted on Tuesday.
  • Kyiv announced the arrest of the head of the Kherson pre-trial detention center, suspected of collaborating with the Russian invaders.
  • Ukrainian authorities said they found four torture chambers in Kherson, which was liberated on November 11.
  • IAEA inspectors sent to the Zaporozhye site after a series of explosions over the weekend found no danger “threatening the plant’s safety.”
  • The World Bank announced that it has sent a new tranche of assistance to Kyiv in the amount of $4.5 billion.

Germany helps its business more

Germany could provide an additional support package of up to 45 billion euros to help its companies affected by the consequences of the war in Ukraine. As elsewhere in Europe, many businesses are suffering from soaring energy prices and disruption to supply chains as a result of the war.


“Invincibility Centers” for providing water and heating

Residents who no longer have access to essential services after Russian strikes on energy infrastructure will be able to leave in special “centers of invincibility,” Zelensky said. These 4,000 centers across the country will provide access to electricity, heating, water, Internet, mobile phone networks and pharmacies free of charge and around the clock.


Bombed maternity hospital, newborn killed

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The Governor of the Zaporozhye region reported that a newborn was killed as a result of an attack by Russian troops on a maternity hospital in the city of Vilnyansk, Zaporozhye region. The mother and the doctor, who were in the building, were able to get out from under the rubble. “Grief fills our hearts,” he wrote on Telegram.


World Bank Provides $4.5 Billion in Additional Assistance

This new envelope should allow Ukraine to “operate basic services and the government”, “pay salaries to hospital, government and school employees, as well as pensions, salaries to civil servants and social assistance programs,” the institution said. This entire new tranche of aid was funded by the US government.


Crimea was attacked by drones

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A drone attacked Crimea on Tuesday, according to the pro-Russian governor of the administrative district of Sevastopol. According to him, there were no casualties, civilian infrastructure was not damaged.


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Source: Le Parisien

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