- Whats happening in Ukraine?
- What is Reuters news?
- How many people were killed by Russian rockets in Ukraine?
- Is Ukraine not your grain?
- Will Ukraine’s grain shortage affect Africa and the Middle East?
- Can Western officials coax Russia into allowing Ukraine to ship grain?
- What did Trump say about Russia and Ukraine?
Whats happening in Ukraine?
CHASIV YAR, Ukraine/KYIV, July 11 (Reuters) - Russia opened fire with artillery, multiple rocket launchers and tanks around Ukraines second largest city Kharkiv and shelled cities in the east, Ukraines general staff said on Monday, after a strike that killed 18 people in an apartment building.
What is Reuters news?
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How many people were killed by Russian rockets in Ukraine?
KYIV, July 10 (Reuters) - At least six people have been killed and more than 30 are feared trapped after Russian Uragan rockets hit a five-storey apartment block in Ukraines Donetsk region, collapsing the building, the regions governor said.
Is Ukraine not your grain?
Ukraine is not your country. Its grain is not your grain. Why are you blocking the ports? You should let the grain out, the official cited Blinken as saying.
He addressed Russia directly, saying: To our Russian colleagues: Ukraine is not your country. Its grain is not your grain. Why are you blocking the ports? You should let the grain out, the official said.
Does the west want to fight us to the last Ukrainian?