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Russian invasion in Ukraine : Latest Update on 14th March


Russian invasion in Ukraine : Latest Update on 14th March from world news agency head lines.

  • The Russian military have already killed 90 children in Ukraine.
  • Between February 24, 2022 and March 14, 2022, Russia’s total combat losses in Ukraine exceeded 12,000 troops.
  • President Volodymyr Zelensky is convinced that Russia’s launch of missiles at NATO countries will be a matter of time if the Alliance does not close the skies over Ukraine.

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  • Russian forces are shutting off shipping routes, logistics firms are suspending services, and air freight and tanker rates are skyrocketing, supply chain firms said.
  • “Parts of the Black Sea and Sea of Azov are now dangerous or unpassable. There have been missile attacks on vessels … and lane closures for commercial shipping,” said Christian Roeloffs, CEO of container marketplace Container xChange.
  • Limited air capacity presents a double whammy for shippers. With airspace over Ukraine shut and airlines avoiding Russian airspace, air freight rates are spiking.

The Moscow Times

  • Instagram No Longer Accessible in RussiaInstagram was inaccessible in Russia on Monday after Moscow accused its parent company Meta of allowing calls for violence against Russians, including the military, on its platforms.

    The move comes after Facebook and Twitter were blocked in early March as part of sweeping efforts by Moscow to control information available to Russians about its military operation in Ukraine.

  • More Than 800 Detained in Ukraine Protests Across RussiaPregnant Russian Hospital Bombing Victim Dies With Newborn in Ukraine – AP
  • Deadly Air Strike Hits Kyiv Ahead of New Russia-Ukraine Talks


  • Two killed, three wounded as Russian shelling hits Kyiv residential building

  • China denies it received Russian request for help in Ukraine war

  • Strategic land corridor established between Crimea and Donbas, Russian state media claims
*  More than 2.5 million Ukrainians have fled their country since Russia’s invasion.

The amount of people on the move constitutes “the fastest growing refugee crisis in Europe since World War II,” UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Commissioner Filippo Grandi said Sunday.

  • Russia-Ukraine talks are set to resume today.
  • Ukrainian presidential adviser says he thinks they will achieve results from talks with Russia in next few days

  • War in Ukraine could make the Covid-19 pandemic worse, WHO says

  • A pregnant Ukrainian woman whose evacuation from a Russian-bombed maternity hospital was broadcast around the world has died with her newborn, the Associated Press reported Monday.

    The news agency documented the unnamed woman being rushed to an ambulance on a stretcher in the besieged southern city of Mariupol last Wednesday. The images highlighted the horrors of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, now entering its 19th day, and prompted international condemnation.