direct | Explosions in Kiev, Kharkiv and Belarus pave the way for the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons | Ukraine war

direct |  Explosions in Kiev, Kharkiv and Belarus pave the way for the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons |  Ukraine war

VideoSince the Russian invasion, 352 Ukrainian civilians, including 14 children, have been killed. 1,684 people were also infected, including 116 children. Belarus paved the way for the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons with a constitutional amendment. Josep Borrell, the European Union’s foreign affairs coordinator, fears that Russia will not stop at invading Ukraine. Follow all developments related to the war in Ukraine in this live blog. Read previous live blog again here


Anita van Rotselaer, Martin van Ast, Water Bear


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