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G7 leaders focus on helping Ukraine and punishing Russia

Dozens of people are still missing after a Russian missile strike on a shopping mall in central 乌克兰 two days ago that killed at least 18, 作为 Nato summit opens amid warnings of a more “unpredictable” and “dangerous” world.

“Russian missile hit this location preciselyIt is clear that Russian killers received those exact coordinates,” Ukraine‘s president 自入侵以来,泽连斯基首次在基辅的办公室分享了一段视频 said in an evening video address. “They wanted to kill as many people.”

Authorities said around 36 people were still missing.

同时, Nato is concerned about 弗拉基米尔普京’s close ties with China, the group’s chief has said.

Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said Nato does not view China as an adversary but is concerned about its relationship with 俄罗斯.

It comes as the British army chief said the UK must be prepared to fight against Russia in Ukraine.

General Sir Patrick Sanders said Russia will likely be an even greater threat to European security after the war and the army must be ready to fight to “avert conflict.”

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‘Toxic masculinity’: Putin wouldn’t have launched ‘macho’ war if he were a woman, 鲍里斯约翰逊说

鲍里斯·约翰逊 声称 弗拉基米尔普京 would not have launched his “crazy, macho” attack on 乌克兰 if he were a woman.

The prime minister said the Russian president was a “perfect example of toxic masculinity” as he joined Nato leaders in Madrid to discuss a radical overhaul of the western defence alliance.

Mr Johnson told German broadcaster ZDF: “If Putin was a woman, which he obviously isn’t, but if he were, I really don’t think he would’ve embarked on a crazy, macho war of invasion and violence in the way that he has.”

Adam Forrest has more:

Putin wouldn’t have launched ‘macho’ war if he were a woman, 鲍里斯约翰逊说

PM says world needs ‘more women in positions of power’

Maryam Zakir-Hussain29 六月 2022 08:23
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Ben Wallace reiterates call for increased defence spending

Defence secretary Ben Wallace has reiterated his call for increased defence spending to counter the threat from Russia.

Mr Wallace, who is attending the Nato summit in Madrid, said that while he had enough funding for the “here and now”, extra investment was needed in the next government spending round from the middle of the decade.

“We were prepared to take certain vulnerabilities on board in the middle of the decade as we got rid of some equipment and re-equipped anew. I think the invasion of Russia into Ukraine has changed that,” he told Sky News.

“That is why I think discussions are so important for the middle-of-decade funding. In the here and now we are rightly set. The question is what happens in the middle of the decade.

“My settlement was done before Russia invaded Ukraine. Russia is very, very dangerous on the world stage. The world is less secure than it was two, three years ago and is not looking likely to change for the rest of the decade.

“That is the moment, in the middle of the decade, to say we should commit to increased funding.”

Maryam Zakir-Hussain29 六月 2022 07:55
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Moscow-administered Kherson prepares referendum on joining Russia

The Moscow-imposed military-civilian administration in Ukraine‘s Kherson region said it had begun preparations for a referendum on joining Russia, Russian state news agency TASS reported on Wednesday.

Maryam Zakir-Hussain29 六月 2022 07:40
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Russian missile strike in Ukraine’s Mykolaiv blamed for three deaths

At least three people were killed and five wounded by a Russian missile strike on a residential building in Ukraine‘s southern city of Mykolaiv on Wednesday, said local authorities who have launched a rescue effort for survivors.

Mayor Oleksandr Senkevych said eight missiles had hit the city, and urged residents to evacuate. He said the building appeared to have been hit by a Russian X-55 cruise missile.

Photographs from the scene showed smoke billowing from a four-storey building with its upper floor partly destroyed.

Maryam Zakir-Hussain29 六月 2022 07:25
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Ukrainians who died in Kremenchuk ‘collateral damage’ – Russian ambassador to UK

Russia’s ambassador to the UK has described the Ukrainians who died in Moscow’s missile attack on a packed shopping centre as “collateral damage”.

The strike, 杀死了 18 people in the central city of Kremenchuk on Monday, caused shock around the world and was denounced by Ukrainian leaders as a war crime and terrorist attack.

Ambassador Andrei Kelin echoed Russian authorities’ claim that the shopping centre was not the target.

是的, it’s a tragic event. 很遗憾, collateral damage happens

Russia’s Ambassador to the UK Andrei Kelin

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Ukrainians who died in Kremenchuk ‘collateral damage’ – Russian ambassador to UK

Moscow’s missile attack on a packed shopping centre in central Ukraine drew condemnation from world leaders.

斯图蒂·米什拉29 六月 2022 07:10
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Dozens still missing after Russian missile strike on Kremenchuk mall

Dozens of people are still missing after a Russian missile strike on a shopping mall in central 乌克兰 two days ago that killed at least 18 people and wounded dozens.

Ukraine said Russia had killed civilians deliberately when it pounded the mall in Kremenchuk. Moscow claims the mall was empty and it had struck a nearby arms depot.

“Russian missile hit this location preciselyIt is clear that Russian killers received those exact coordinates,” Ukraine‘s president 自入侵以来,泽连斯基首次在基辅的办公室分享了一段视频 said in an evening video address. “They wanted to kill as many people.”

Authorities said around 36 people were still missing.

<p>Workers are seen clearing the rubbles of the Amstor mall, after it was hit by a Russian missile strike according to Ukrainian authorities in Kremenchuk</磷>

Workers are seen clearing the rubbles of the Amstor mall, after it was hit by a Russian missile strike according to Ukrainian authorities in Kremenchuk

斯图蒂·米什拉29 六月 2022 06:48
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Russia working on Taliban ties, says Putin in Tajikistan

总统 弗拉基米尔普京俄罗斯 is trying to build relations with the 塔利班 and that Russia wants to see all the ethnic groups in 阿富汗 take part in running the country.

Mr Putin’s statement Tuesday came in a meeting with President Emomali Rahmon of Tajikistan during the Russian leader’s first trip abroad since the beginning of the Ukraine conflict.

“We are doing everything so that the situation in that country normalizes,” Putin said in Dushanbe, the Tajik capital. “We are attempting to build relations with the political forces that control the situation.”

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Russia working on Taliban ties, Putin says in Tajikistan

President Vladimir Putin says Russia is trying to build relations with the Taliban and that Russia wants to see all the ethnic groups in Afghanistan take part in running the country

斯图蒂·米什拉29 六月 2022 06:22
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社论: Nato must leave no member state behind in the face of Russian aggression

“The defence secretary, Ben Wallace, doesn’t seem to be the sort of chap to indulge in hype, so his warning about chances of a wider war in Europe, one for which Ukraine is a mere rehearsal, should be heeded.

It is perfectly plausible that, by accident or design, the conflict in Ukraine could spill over into a larger war in eastern Europe, moving Russian forces into the Baltic republics, the eastern Balkans and Poland – and ever closer to Germany. 毕竟, not so long ago, many wise heads and intelligence chiefs believed the Russian army’s manoeuvres were a bluff.”

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社论: Nato must leave no member state behind in the face of Russian aggression

社论: It is perfectly plausible that, by accident or design, the conflict in Ukraine could spill over into a wider war in eastern Europe

斯图蒂·米什拉29 六月 2022 05:55
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Only a ‘monsterwould attack a mall, says survivor

The mall was nothing extraordinary, but in the middle of a war, it was an escape for those in this Ukrainian city who had decided not to flee. Then it exploded in a Russian airstrike.

In moments on Monday afternoon, a summer hangout became a hellish inferno. Life and death depended on a shopper’s decision whether to heed yet another air raid siren and take shelter.

Survivors and other residents shared images on social media that showed the burned body of a woman, white sneakers still intact, who appeared to have been caught in the blast as she tried to run.

In another video, around the time of impact, a man could be heard calling for his mother.

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Ukrainian survivor: Only a ‘monsterwould attack a mall

The shopping mall in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk was nothing extraordinary, but in the middle of war it offered an escape for some residents

斯图蒂·米什拉29 六月 2022 05:33
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Putin’s ‘macho’ Ukraine war is ‘toxic masculinity’, 鲍里斯约翰逊说

Prime minister 鲍里斯·约翰逊 has branded Vladimir Putin’s brutal invasion of 乌克兰 an example of “toxic masculinity”.

Speaking during an interview with German broadcaster ZDF on Tuesday, Mr Johnson said: “If Putin were a woman, I just don’t think he would have started such a macho war.”

“If you want a very good example of toxic masculinity, he’s got that in front of us,“ 他加了, according to the outlet’s translation.

Emily Atkinson has more here:

Putin’s ‘macho’ Ukraine war is ‘toxic masculinity’, 鲍里斯约翰逊说

‘If Putin were a woman, I just don’t think he would have started such a macho war’

斯图蒂·米什拉29 六月 2022 05:11

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