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    Germany proclaims to have proofs of Russian war crimes, the situation is becoming more intense from both sides Russia and Ukraine

    Kyiv- (AFP) Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said hours after the two countries agreed to exchange dozens of prisoners of war, the front line in the country’s eastern part of the country’s eastern frontline has been threatened as Russia throws more and more troops into the fighting. He said the situation is getting more difficult. Follow our live blog to see today’s events.

    Ukrainian officials said five people were injured this morning in a Russian rocket attack targeting the centre of Kharkiv, her second-largest city in the country.

    Kharkiv regional governor Oleh Syniehubov said he had four people injured when his S-300 missile from Russia landed near an apartment block, and he had one person injured when the missile hit a university building. said he was injured. According to local media reports, the affected building was the National Institute of Urban Economics, about 700 meters from the city’s central square.

    Kyiv is preparing for a possible large-scale attack by Russia this month, coinciding with the one-year anniversary of the invasion, according to Ukraine’s defence minister.

    Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said Ukraine will not use the long-range weapons promised by the United States to attack Russian territory and will only target Russian military units within occupied Ukrainian territory.
    Germany’s prosecutor general said on Sunday that his office had collected “hundreds” of evidence proving war crimes by Russian forces in Ukraine, chiefly over the “mass killings and attacks in Bucha”. Called for international efforts to bring them to justice.

    The US confirmed Friday that new missiles that double Ukraine’s strike range are included in his $2.175 billion US military aid package to help Kyiv fend off Russian forces.

    Germany’s prosecutor general said Sunday that his office had collected “hundreds” of evidence proving war crimes committed by Russian forces in Ukraine and called for international efforts to bring the leader to justice. . Frank’s office has previously applied the principle of universal jurisdiction, which allows the prosecution of certain serious crimes regardless of where they were committed, to bring Syrians to justice for atrocities committed during the civil war.

    The head of Russia’s civilian militia Wagner said heavy fighting continued Sunday north of the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut, which has been the focus of Russian forces for weeks. Evgeny Prigozhin, founder and leader of the Wagner Group, said his soldiers would fight “for every street, every house, every staircase” against Ukrainian forces that do not retreat.

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has repeatedly said in recent days that the situation around the city is difficult. He said, “No one will betray Bahmut. I will fight as long as I can. We see Bahmut as our home base,” he said on Friday.

    Britain’s Defense Ministry said on Sunday that Russia had made “small progress” in its attempt to encircle Bahmut.

    Ukrainian forces still hold Bilohorivka, the last part of the Luhansk region.
    Ukrainian forces continue to control the village of Bilokholivka, Lugansk governor Serhiy Haydai said on Sunday:“The situation on the front line is tense, but it is controlled by the Ukrainian army,” said Haydai.

    Some Moscow-based officials and pro-Russian military bloggers have recently argued for a Russian advance on Bilokholivka, the last part of Luhansk held by Ukrainian forces. Two Russian rockets hit the centre of Kharkiv, the administrative capital of the Kharkiv region in northeastern Ukraine, one of which hit an apartment, the mayor of the city said on Sunday.

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