Two folks have been killed within the Russian bombing of a college within the Ukrainian village of Bilohorivka and 60 who remained beneath particles are feared useless, Serhiy Gaidai, governor of the Luhansk area, mentioned on Sunday.
Mr Gaidai mentioned Russia dropped a bomb on Saturday afternoon on the college the place about 90 folks had been sheltering. Thirty folks have been rescued.
“Seven of them were injured,” Mr Gaidai wrote on wrote in a submit on the Telegram messaging app. “Sixty people were likely to have died under the rubble of buildings.”
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1. Putin ‘doubling down’ however no signal of nuclear strike, says CIA head
Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that he can’t afford to lose in Ukraine and is “doubling down” on the conflict, however reveals no indicators of planning to make use of tactical nuclear weapons, CIA director Invoice Burns mentioned Saturday.
Regardless of the failure of Russian forces to seize Kyiv and their battle to advance alongside the conflict’s foremost frontlines within the southeastern Donbas area, the Russian chief has not modified his view that his troops can defeat Ukraine’s, Burns mentioned.
Putin’s perception within the Russian navy’s potential to put on down Ukrainian resistance in all probability has not been shaken regardless of key battlefield defeats, the US spy chief advised a Monetary Occasions convention.
“I think he’s in a frame of mind in which he doesn’t believe he can afford to lose,” Burns mentioned.