ウクライナのニュース–最新: ロシアが新しいマリウポリの究極を設定するにつれて、ウェストはより多くの武器を提供します

ウクライナのニュース–最新: ロシアが新しいマリウポリの究極を設定するにつれて、ウェストはより多くの武器を提供します
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‘Bring my mother back home’, says daughter of captured Ukrainian paramedic

The several countries in the west have have pledged further support to ウクライナ, these include the United States, カナダ, 英国, フランスとドイツ.

“We will continue to provide them more ammunition, as we will provide them more military assistance,” said White House spokesperson Jen Psaki.

ロシア’s fresh assault on eastern Ukraine has involved “non-stop bombardment of civilian districts” in the eastern Kharkiv since Sunday, the city’s mayor Igor Terekhov told CNN.

The new attack on the ドンバス region of eastern Ukraine could last for “several months”, a senior UK national security official warned the British government.

The official made the warning to PM Boris Johnson, who then told the weekly Cabinet meeting at Downing Street that Ukraine’s position was “perilous” as ウラジーミル・プーチン was thought to be aiming for victory of some sort “regardless of the human cost”.

It comes after Putin’s forces inflicted a fresh assault on eastern Ukraine, where they have taken control of the city Kreminna.

“Kreminna is under the control of the ‘Orcs’ (ロシア人). They have entered the city,” regional governor Serhiy Gaidai said at a briefing.

“Our defenders had to withdraw. They have entrenched themselves in new positions and continue to fight the Russian army.”

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Netflix subscribers, shares hit by withdrawal from Russia

Netflix suffered its first subscriber loss in more than a decade, weeks after it withdrew its services from Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine.

The streaming platform giant saw a decline of 200,000 subscribers during the January to March period. The drop stemmed in part from Netflix’s decision to suspend all services from Russia, resulting in a loss of 700,000 加入者.

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The Netflix logo is seen on top of their office building in Hollywood, カリフォルニア, 2 行進 2022

But Netflix acknowledged that its problems are deep-rooted, projecting a loss of another 2 million subscribers from April-June.

The announcement caused its shares to plunge 25 パーセント.

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Russia gives new surrender deadline to Ukrainians in Mariupol

Russia gave a fresh surrender deadline to Ukrainian fighters holding out in Mariupol as it pushed for a decisive win in its offensive in the east.

The renewed warning came as Moscow’s earlier ultimatum lapsed at midnight with not a single Ukrainian soldier laying down their weapon.

“Russia’s armed forces, based purely on humanitarian principles, again propose that the fighters of nationalist battalions and foreign mercenaries cease their military operations from 1400 Moscow time on 20 April and lay down arms,” the Russian defence ministry said.

Russian troops, who have so far failed to capture any of Ukraine’s largest cities in the eight-week long war, are advancing in what Kyiv officials have called the Battle of the Donbas.

The invaders, backed by artillery and rocket barrages, were hitting the Azovstal steel plant, the main remaining stronghold in Mariupol, a presidential adviser said late on Tuesday.“

The world watches the murder of children online and remains silent,” adviser Mykhailo Podolyak wrote on Twitter.

ついさっき, アメリカ合衆国, Canada and Britain said they would send more artillery weaponry to the country.

ナミタシン20 4月 2022 04:51
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Journalists reporting on the Ukraine crisis must collect evidence of potential war crimes

The body of a teenager, hands bound, shot in the back in the woods near a Russian trench.

An underground torture chamber where eight people say they were held and abused below a railway station. Shoppers ripped apart by banned cluster munitions as they bought supplies. Children shelled as they escaped a brutal siege.

Throughout the past six weeks I have spent in Ukraine, on almost every street in every town affected by the Russian invasion, I’ve stumbled across testimonies of likely violations of international law and possible war crimes. It’s bewildering.

ベルトリュー 書き込み:

編集者の手紙: Journalists in Ukraine must collect evidence of potential war crimes

今, 今まで以上に, we journalists need to think beyond the duties we have of striving to be part of a media that people can trust – and think about the bigger picture, writes Bel Trew

エレノア・スライ20 4月 2022 03:00
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Greece impounds Russian oil tanker

Greece has impounded a Russian oil tanker off the island of Evia, the Greek coastguard said on Tuesday, as part of European Union sanctions imposed on Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine.

今月上旬, the EU banned Russian-flagged vessels from the 27-nation bloc’s ports, with some exemptions, as it adopted new sweeping sanctions against Russia for what the Kremlin describes as a “special military operation”.

The 115,500-deadweight tonnage Russian-flagged Pegas, と 19 Russian crew members on board, was seized near Karystos on the southern coast of Evia, which lies just off the Greek mainland near Athens.

The Russian embassy in Athens, the Greek capital, said on Twitter it was looking into the case and was in contact with Greek authorities.

“It has been seized as part of EU sanctions,” a Greek shipping ministry official said.

エレノア・スライ20 4月 2022 02:30
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Nato isn’t ready for war with Russia, warns UK general

Nato is not ready for a war with Russia, a British general has warned.

Alliance countries have supported Ukraine with arms and financial aid since Russia’s invasion began but have been careful to avoid any actions that could draw them into the war.

General Sir Richard Barrons, head of Joint Forces Command from 2013-16, was asked in a hearing of the UK parliamentary defence committee on Tuesday at what point Nato would be left with no option but to fight Russia.

リアム・ジェームズ レポート:

Nato isn’t ready for war with Russia, warns UK general

Alliance should focus on ‘resetting balance of power’, says General Barrons

エレノア・スライ20 4月 2022 02:00
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明らかに: Hundreds of millions in UK taxpayers’ money handed to companies still operating in Russia

Hundreds of millions of pounds in UK taxpayers’ money is being handed to companies that are continuing to operate in Russia, 独立者 メディアとしての怒りは、国の最も上級の警察官の前に「犯罪計画を打ち負かす」の詳細を送った.

The government has even signed multimillion-pound deals with these firms during the course of the war in Ukraine, それが出現しました.

Britain has active contracts worth at least £294,803,502 with 15 multinationals that are still doing business in Russia, according to an analysis carried out by 独立者. Ministers have been urged to sever ties with these companies and cancel all recently signed contracts.

Samuel Lovett もっとあります:

Hundreds of millions in taxpayers’ money handed to firms still operating in Russia

独占: British government accused of indirectly helping to fund Putin’s war with £294m contracts

エレノア・スライ20 4月 2022 01:30
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Montana GOP Senator Steve Daines says that Putin is ‘terrorist’ committing ‘war crimes’

Montana Republican Senator Steve Daines was in Eastern Europe last week when he accepted an offer to become the first US senator to visit Ukraine since Russia launched its invasion of the country nearly two months ago.

What Mr Daines saw there left a strong impression. Asked directly whether Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “terrorist” in an interview with Newsy’s Maritsa Georgiou on Tuesday, the Republican senator answered strongly in the affirmative.

“He is committing war crimes,” Mr Daines said. “He is committing atrocities. And he needs to held accountable for it.”

Abe Asher もっとあります:

Montana Senator Steve Daines says that Putin is ‘terrorist’ committing ‘war crimes’

The Montanan was the first sitting senator to visit Ukraine since Russia invaded in February

エレノア・スライ20 4月 2022 01:00
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Why is the UK’s emergency humanitarian aid to Ukraine taking so long?

There is always, it would seem, going to be something about a weapon of war that garners more attention than a food parcel.

So it is with the war in Ukraine, where the west is heartily congratulating itself for sending the Ukrainians what the military types call “lethal aid” rather than the stuff that saves lives in other ways, such as medicines, clean water, shelter and sustenance.

It is no surprise that politicians tend to want to associate themselves with the state-of-the-art missile systems, and neglect the awkward fact that some western nations are still buying Russian oil and gas, and failing to help the millions of displaced people and refugees inside, and fleeing from, ウクライナ.

ショーン・オグラディ レポート:

Politics Explained: Why is the UK’s emergency aid to Ukraine taking so long?

Help with military hardware is one thing – but Ukraine needs humantarian aid to deal with the longer-term fallout from war, ショーン・オグラディは書いています

エレノア・スライ20 4月 2022 00:30
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West pledges more support for Ukraine

アメリカ合衆国, カナダ, 英国, France and Germany have pledged more support to Ukraine.

“We will continue to provide them more ammunition, as we will provide them more military assistance,” White House spokesperson Jen Psaki said, adding that new sanctions were being prepared.

“It is unfair that Ukraine still has to ask for [兵器] which have been sitting for years in the storage depots of our partners” President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said in a video address.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for a four-day humanitarian pause in the fighting this coming weekend, when Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter, to allow civilians to escape and humanitarian aid to be delivered.

Russia says it launched what it calls a “special military operation” on 24 February to demilitarise and “denazify” Ukraine. Kyiv and its Western allies reject that as a false pretext.

エレノア・スライ20 4月 2022 00:05
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Russia ‘offers Mariupol ceasefire’ for surrender

The Russian defence ministry has said that it will offer a ceasefire in Mariupol on Wednesday to allow Ukrainian defenders holed up in the Azovstal steelworks to lay down their arms, Reuters reports.

火曜日に, Russian forces continued to shell the plant, where a “dwindling number” of Ukraine forces were continued to hold out.

The defence ministry said it would begin a ceasefire at 2pm Moscow time on Wednesday (11グリニッジ標準時です) to give the Ukrainian fighters the opportunity to surrender and leave unharmed.

Reuters noted that Russia claimed to have made the same offer on Tuesday, but “not a single Ukrainian soldier had accepted”.

Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskiy, has promised that his forces in Mariupol will “fight to the end” and will ignore any surrender ultimatums from Russia.

エレノア・スライ19 4月 2022 23:25

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