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World leaders condemn shopping centre attack in Ukraine, calling it a 'war crime'

Sky News Tuesday, 28 June 2022
World leaders condemn shopping centre attack in Ukraine, calling it a 'war crime'The Russian missile strike on a Ukrainian shopping centre amounts to a war crime, according to the G7.
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Survivors of yesterday's missile strike on a shopping centre in central Ukraine have described to ITV News how they crawled through flames to safety. At least 20 others did not make it out alive. That figure could more than double. Over 30 people are still missing. For one mother whose daughter has...

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UN Raises Alarm After Fighting Continues Near Ukraine Nuclear Plant [Video]

UN Raises Alarm After Fighting Continues Near Ukraine Nuclear Plant

UN Raises Alarm , After Fighting Continues Near , Ukraine Nuclear Plant . The BBC reports that Ukraine and Russia have blamed each other for more shelling of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. On August 11, both sides reported 10 strikes on the administrative office and fire station of Europe's largest nuclear plant. On August 11, both sides reported 10 strikes on the administrative office and fire station of Europe's largest nuclear plant. Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was seized by Russia in early March. United Nations Secretary General António Guterres warned that fighting at the nuclear facility could , "lead to disaster.". Urgent agreement is needed at a technical level on a safe perimeter of demilitarization to ensure the safety of the area, António Guterres, United Nations Secretary General, via BBC. On August 10, the G7 group of industrialized nations said that Russia should immediately return control of the plant to Kyiv. Last week, the facility and surrounding area were shelled with both Russia and Ukraine pinning responsibility for the attack on each other. Last week, the facility and surrounding area were shelled with both Russia and Ukraine pinning responsibility for the attack on each other. On August 11, Ukraine's nuclear agency, Enerhoatom, warned that, "Russian invaders again shelled the Zaporizhzhia plant and territories near the nuclear facility.". According to Enerhoatom, despite shells striking near the storage of radiation sources, everything was under control at the site. Shortly after the statement from Ukraine, Russia released its own statement accusing Ukraine of using multiple-launch rocket systems and heavy artillery. Shortly after the statement from Ukraine, Russia released its own statement accusing Ukraine of using multiple-launch rocket systems and heavy artillery. BBC reports that neither country's claims , have been independently verified.

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G7 leaders agree to explore caps on Russian energy prices [Video]

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This is an effort to relieve pressure on European consumers and ensure Moscow has less money to wage war in Ukraine.

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Japan stresses need for solidarity on Ukraine at G7 summit [Video]

Japan stresses need for solidarity on Ukraine at G7 summit

The Japanese government has expressed its solidarity with G7 leaders over the Ukraine war claiming what's happening in Eastern Europe could also happen in Indo-China

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PM: Russia's attack on shopping centre is utter barbarism [Video]

PM: Russia's attack on shopping centre is utter barbarism

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described Russia's attack on a shopping centre as "utter barbarism" adding G7 leaders were shocked at what Vladimir Putin is capable of. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Boris Johnson meets Japan's PM at G7 [Video]

Boris Johnson meets Japan's PM at G7

Boris Johnson has met with the Japanese prime minister, Fumio Kishida, at the G7 summit in Germany. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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