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Russia’s Secretly Splurging on Bomb Shelters ‘Everywhere,’ Report Says

The Daily Beast 06 Feb 2023
U.S ... The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has assessed that Russia is relying on recruitment incentives to build up forces in Kherson in Ukraine ... For example, cadet classes with enhanced military training are being created in schools of… Kherson oblast,” a spokesperson for the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said Monday ... .

Rare Russian arctic anti-air system destroyed for first time by Ukraine

The Jerusalem Post 05 Feb 2023
The Arctic TOR-M2DT air defense system became the star of russian television when it was sent to Ukraine ... It burned brightly, the fire extinguisher did not help ... It was again destroyed using M982 Excalibur guided projectiles in #Kherson Oblast ... The project said that both Tor-M2DT were destroyed in Kherson using M982 Excalibur-guided projectiles ... .

War Crimes As Warfare: Russian Conscription of Ukrainians Living Under Occupation

Jurist 03 Feb 2023
Consequently, both Russia’s purported annexation of Crimea in 2014 and its purported annexation of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhia Oblasts in September 2022 are, as a matter of international law, not only illegal but nullities.

Putin tries to spread Ukrainian troops thin before Russian offensive ISW

Yahoo Daily News 02 Feb 2023
... and Kursk oblasts following a recent attack from the Ukrainian side ... Russian forces are continuing to carry out unsuccessful disruption missions on islands in the Dnipro River delta in Kherson Oblast in an effort to prevent Ukrainian forces from gaining ground on the islands.

The U.S. Needs a Black Sea Strategy

Barrons 02 Feb 2023
About the author ... Sens ... It charges the U.S ... But it is telling that Russia seeks to consolidate its hold on the Black Sea nevertheless, maintaining its position in southern Kherson and Zaporizhzhia Oblasts ... The U.S ... A coherent Black Sea policy is far more difficult with Crimea in Russian hands and a Russian land bridge linking Crimea to Rostov Oblast ... .

Ukraine needs faster supply of western weapons, says Zelenskiy

The Observer 30 Jan 2023
“So we have to make time our weapon ... Russia-Ukraine war at a glance. what we know on day 341 of the invasion. Read more ... Three were killed in the Kherson oblast in the south, after Russian forces fired 42 times into the region, including strikes that hit a hospital, a school, a bus station and post office, the local administration said ... .

Russians launch missiles at hospital, school and flat blocks in sick attack

Metro UK 29 Jan 2023
A nurse is among the injured at the Kherson Regional Clinical Hospital (Picture ... A hospital, a school, a bus station, a post office, a bank, and apartment blocks are amongst the heavily damaged buildings in Kherson today ... The enemy is prowling the residential quarters of the city,’ a statement from the Kherson Oblast Military Administration read.

‘The big battle is coming’: Ukrainian forces prepare for the war’s most intense phase

The Observer 27 Jan 2023
The first phase of Russia’s all-out invasion ended in debacle for Putin’s forces, which were driven back from the north, then from the Kharkiv region in September, and from northern Kherson oblast as well as Kherson oblast west of the Dnieper in November ... The other more daring option would be a waterborne assault across the Dnipro into Kherson.

Ukraine War’s First Anniversary Approaching [VIDEO]

The Liberty Beacon 26 Jan 2023
a reminder that people in these regions held votes to join Russia) of the four regions of Ukraine — Donetsk and Lugansk , Zaporozhye, Kherson oblasts — and Crimea, accounting for around one-fifth of Ukrainian territory, is a fait accompli now, and Kiev’s recognition of it is a pre-requisite for any future peace talks.

Russia-Ukraine war: What makes Leopard 2 tank special and why does Kyiv want them

DNA India 26 Jan 2023
What is the Leopard 2? ... Significant successes have been made by Ukraine, including the battle for Kyiv at the start of the war, in Kharkiv oblast, and around Kherson in the south; however, the country's operations are hampered by a lack of tanks and are increasingly being countered by more modern and capable T-90s fielded by Russian forces ... .

Latest Resignation Scandal Reveals Massive Scope of Kiev Regime’s Corruption

GlobalResearch 25 Jan 2023
In addition, governors of at least five oblasts (regions) were fired, including those in Zaporozhye and Kherson ... The list also includes the governors of Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporozhye, Kiev, Sumy and Kherson oblasts, while the defense ministry confirmed its deputy minister Vyacheslav Shapovalov was fired ... Note to readers.

Zelensky begs the West for jets and long-range missiles to fend off Putin's forces: Ukrainian ...

The Daily Mail 25 Jan 2023
In a nighttime address, Zelensky said ... This is a dream ... In the north, Kharkiv Oblast was liberated along with towns of Kupiansk, Izyum and Lyman. Meanwhile in the south, the bulk of the Kherson region was liberated including its capital, as the Russian army was ground down and ultimately forced to withdraw from the Western bank of the Dnipro river ... .

Ukraine’s corruption shake-up, briefly explained

Vox 25 Jan 2023
Deputy head of the Presidential Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko speaks to the press at the scene of the fatal helicopter crash at a kindergarten in Brovary, Kyiv Region, northern Ukraine ... ... In addition to these high-profile ousters, a few other deputy ministers and regional governors — including those in Kyiv and Kherson Oblasts — were also fired ... .

Ukraine’s Corruption Comes Home To Roost

Scheerpost 24 Jan 2023
Working trip of the President of Ukraine to the Kyiv region with Kyrylo Tymoshenko ... SUBSCRIBE TO PATREON ... “The governors being removed from position are Valentyn Reznichenko, of Dnipropetrovsk oblast , Oleksandra Starukha of Zaporizhzhia oblast, Oleksiy Kuleba of Kyiv oblast, Dymtro Zhivytskyi, Sumy oblast and Yaroslav Yanushevich, of Kherson oblast.

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