Russian forces hit a fortified commander post of Ukraine’s “East” air defence and alerting centre in the central city of Dnipro, the Russian defence ministry said yesterday.
A man known to French authorities for radical Islamism with mental health troubles stabbed a tourist to death and wounded two other people in Paris late Saturday night before being arrested, with prosecutors opening an investigation into a suspected “terrorist plot”.
A person known to the French authorities as a radical Islamist with mental health troubles stabbed a German tourist to death and wounded two people in central Paris on Saturday before being arrested, officials said
Russian shelling killed one civilian and destroyed two houses in the eastern Ukrainian town of Chasiv Yar yesterday, the interior ministry said.
Russia yesterday said its troops were progressing in all areas of the Ukrainian front, despite observers seeing little movement more a year and a half after Moscow launched a full-scale assault on Ukraine.
The European Parliament and EU member states agreed draft new rules yesterday that are intended to protect journalists and activists from abusive lawsuits used to silence public criticism.
Nato members yesterday pledged to stay the course on helping Ukraine fight Russia, despite doubts over US support and a bloody stalemate on the front line.
A Moscow court yesterday said it had extended until January the detention of US reporter Evan Gershkovich, who was arrested in Russia earlier this year on spying charges.