🔴 DIRECT - Guerre en Ukraine : 44 corps retrouvés sous les décombres d'un immeuble à Khrakiv

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On the 76th day of the war in Ukraine, Russian forces continue their murderous offensive in the east and south of the country. Follow the information in real time.

6:19 p.m.

The bodies of 44 civilians were found on Tuesday in the rubble of a building destroyed in March in Izium, a Russian-held town in the Kharkiv region of eastern Ukraine, Ukrainian authorities said. “Forty-four bodies of civilians were found in Izium (…) in the rubble of a five-storey building destroyed during the first decade of March” by Russia, the governor of the Kharkiv region said on Telegram. , Oleg Sinegoubov.

He added, quoted by Ukrainian media, that residents of the city cleared the rubble “when there is no shelling” while the area is still the center of much fighting. He did not specify under what conditions the bodies had been collected or by whom, the town of Izium and its surroundings being occupied by Russian troops who took the town on April 1, after several weeks of heavy fighting.

The Kharkiv region prosecutor’s office for its part announced that it had opened an investigation for “violation of the laws and customs of war and premeditated murder”, specifying that 14 bodies had been identified. “According to the investigation, in the period from March 7 to 10, 2022, the Russian army systematically bombarded the city of Izium”, specifies the statement from the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office.

4:01 p.m.

Vladimir Putin will “probably” impose martial law in Russia to support the war effort, announces the head of American intelligence Avril Haines.

Vladimir Putin does not intend to limit his desire for occupation to the Donbass region of Ukraine alone, but wants to take the conflict to Transdniestria, a region of Moldova which seceded in 1990, declared Tuesday the head of the US Intelligence, April Haines.

“We believe President Putin is preparing for a protracted conflict in Ukraine, during which he still intends to achieve goals beyond Donbass,” Haines told a congressional hearing. US intelligence believes that the Russian military wants to “extend the land bridge (in southern Ukraine) to Transdniestria”, she added. If it is “possible” that the Russian forces achieve this objective in the coming months, “they will not be able to reach Transdniestria and include Odessa without decreeing a form of general mobilization”, she added.

The Russian president “is probably counting on a weakening of the determination of the United States and the European Union when the shortages of food goods and the rise in energy prices will worsen”, she warned. Mr Putin’s ambitions exceed the capabilities of the Russian military, she said, and that “probably means that we will move in the coming months on a more unpredictable trajectory and potentially an escalation”, added Ms Haines.

3:24 p.m.

Germany will reopen its embassy in kyiv.

1:46 p.m.

More than 8 million people were internally displaced in Ukraine as of May 3, more than two months after Russia invaded the country, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has announced.

1:20 p.m.

“More than a thousand” Ukrainian soldiers, including “hundreds of wounded” are still in the Azovstal steelworks besieged by Russian troops in Mariupol, in the south-east of Ukraine, AFP told AFP on Tuesday. Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk.

1:06 p.m.

“Nearly two-thirds” of kyiv’s 3.5 million residents have now returned to the Ukrainian capital, which was emptied of the majority of its inhabitants at the start of the Russian invasion on February 24, said Tuesday Mayor Vitali Klitschko.


The European Union has announced that it will increase its aid to 1.56 billion euros for Syrian refugees and displaced persons for 2022, and called on the other participants in the 6th donors’ conference organized in Brussels not to abandon Syria.

11:40 a.m.

Jean Castex gave from Essonne the departure of a new humanitarian convoy bound for Ukraine, composed mainly of emergency vehicles of all kinds, for an amount of 2.7 million euros, noted a journalist from the AFP.


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), which is holding its annual general meeting this week, has sharply worsened its economic contraction forecast for Ukraine in the face of the protracted Russian invasion.


The UN Security Council is expected to hold a new public meeting on Thursday on Russia’s war on Ukraine, in view of “the continuing deterioration of the humanitarian situation”, diplomats said on Monday.

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