Russia-Ukraine war: Russia accused of breaking Mariupol ceasefire; Poland puts its fighter jets at disposal of US – live

Ukraine’s foreign ministry accuses Russia of violating ceasefire by shelling humanitarian corridor; Poland ready to transfer jets to USFull report: Russia accused of shelling Mariupol evacuation routeRussia ‘solving logistics’ and could attack Kyiv in days – experts‘They were cannon fodder’: Siberian governor confronted by relativesZelenskiy invokes Churchill as he calls on UK to do more to helpTell us: how have you been affected by the situation in Ukraine?Stoock markets have been struggling again today with no sign of any let up in the adverse economic impact of the war.Brent crude is on the rise again – up 2.48% to $126.26 – after see-sawing violently yesterday when it touched almost $140. Griffiths urged all sides to ensure that civilians, homes and infrastructure in Ukraine were safeguarded.“This includes allowing safe passage for civilians to leave areas of active hostilities on a voluntary basis, in the direction they choose,” he said, after Ukraine rejected an earlier deal that would only allow its civilians to evacuate into Russia or Belarus.The meeting came as Ukraine and Russia seek an agreement on creating “humanitarian corridors” out of pummelled cities, as the civilian toll from the Russian assault mounts. Continue reading...

Russia-Ukraine war: Russia accused of breaking Mariupol ceasefire; Poland puts its fighter jets at disposal of US – live

Ukraine’s foreign ministry accuses Russia of violating ceasefire by shelling humanitarian corridor; Poland ready to transfer jets to US

Stoock markets have been struggling again today with no sign of any let up in the adverse economic impact of the war.

Brent crude is on the rise again – up 2.48% to $126.26 – after see-sawing violently yesterday when it touched almost $140.

Griffiths urged all sides to ensure that civilians, homes and infrastructure in Ukraine were safeguarded.

“This includes allowing safe passage for civilians to leave areas of active hostilities on a voluntary basis, in the direction they choose,” he said, after Ukraine rejected an earlier deal that would only allow its civilians to evacuate into Russia or Belarus.

The meeting came as Ukraine and Russia seek an agreement on creating “humanitarian corridors” out of pummelled cities, as the civilian toll from the Russian assault mounts.

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