At least 6 killed in Kyiv shopping center bombing, Mariupol refuses to surrender despite Russian ultimatum

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  • Mariupol battle continuesWith fighting inside the city since Friday. A few hours after bombing the art school where nearly 400 people took refuge, Russia demanded its surrender before 5 a.m. Monday, in exchange for the opening of two humanitarian corridors (one in the east, in Russia, the other to the east). West). Ukraine, through its deputy prime minister, Irina Vereshuk, immediately rejected the ultimatum, and demanded that the passages be opened in spite of everything.
  • In Kyiv, at least one person was killed in a raid by the Russian army In a shopping center on Sunday evening, the mayor of the Ukrainian capital announced. Earlier in the day, a shell exploded in a yard outside an apartment building, injuring at least five people.
  • On Sunday, Russia claimed, for the second day in a row, that it had used Hypersonic missiles in Ukraine, this time to destroy the fuel reserves of the Ukrainian army in the south. These weapons “Do not change the situation”US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urges Israel to ‘choose’ By concretely supporting Ukraine against Russia, during a video address to deputies of the Knesset, the Israeli parliament. Then estimate, overnight from Sunday to Monday, that Jerusalem will be so “The place to find peace” By invoking the negotiations with Russia that he calls for.
  • USA President , Joe Biden will travel to Warsaw on Friday The White House announced Sunday that it will meet with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda there to discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. This trip follows Biden’s visit to Belgium to meet the leaders of NATO, the Group of Seven and the European Union.
  • Beijing does not send military aid to Moscow The Chinese ambassador to the United States said, to launch its attack on Ukraine, without specifying whether this position also applies to the future.
  • Ten million Ukrainiansnearly a quarter of the population, They have now fled their homessaid the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi. More than 3.3 million – 90% of women and children – have left the country.
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