Ukraine, millions in distress due to Russian air strikes since October = UN
[Geneva 25th, Reuters] - United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Turk announced on the 25th that Russia has carried out air strikes on critical infrastructure in Ukraine since October, killing at least 77 civilians and leaving millions in extreme distress. In a statement, “Millions of people have fallen into extreme hardship and poor living conditions due to [Russia's] attacks. Overall, this raises serious issues under internati…
Russia-Ukraine war live: Russia launches further strikes on Zaporizhzhia, damaging hospital, as water restored in Kyiv
No casualties in latest Zaporizhzhia strikes; city officials say water services fully restored in Kyiv by Thursday night
Russian strikes in Ukraine plunging millions into hardship, UN rights boss says - National
Moscow acknowledges attacking basic infrastructure but denies it targets civilians, saying it aims to reduce Ukraine's ability to fight and push it to negotiate.
UN rights boss says Russian strikes plunge millions into hardship
GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. human rights chief said on Thursday that Russian strikes on critical infrastructure in Ukraine since October had killed at least 77 civilians and were plunging millions of people into extreme hardship. Read full story
Russian airstrikes on Ukraine infrastructure plunge millions into extreme hardship – UN human rights boss
The UN human rights chief said on Thursday that Russian strikes on critical infrastructure in Ukraine since October had killed at least 77 civilians and were plunging millions of people into extreme hardship.
Russia says contacts with UN watchdog over Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant are ‘constructive’
ID: 1669279850316235000Thu, 2022-11-24 08:40 Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Thursday that contacts with the UN nuclear watchdog over safety at the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine were “constructive” and showed some promise. The Zaporizhzhia plant, which Russia seized shortly after its Feb. 24 invasion, was again rocked by shelling last weekend, prompting renewed calls from the International Atom…