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What Happened Today (March 28): NPR


Part of the damage after a bombardment in Donetsk, dominated by pro-Russian separatists in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine on Monday. Some homes and garages were damaged, and some were completely burned down.

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Part of the damage after a bombardment in Donetsk, dominated by pro-Russian separatists in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine on Monday. Some homes and garages were damaged, and some were completely burned down.

Leon Klein / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images

As Monday ends in Kyiv and Moscow, the key developments of the day are:

Ukrainian officials warned that Russia could try to divide the country into two, saying, “Korean scenario.. “ The Pentagon has further reported Russia’s “ground activity” against Ukrainian troops in the Donbus region, valuing Moscow as “prioritizing” the eastern region. Russian troops have complete control of Ukraine’s south coast and are seeking to collaborate with their territories. For many years, the Donbus region in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian military officials say they are now launching a counterattack.

Ukrainian officials said they would not open a humanitarian corridor for civilians on MondayThe intelligence report said it warned of Russia’s provocation along the route.

A new face-to-face ceasefire negotiation will begin on Tuesday. Missions from Ukraine and Russia are planning to meet in Istanbul. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky told independent Russian journalists that Ukraine is subject to a referendum vote and is ready to discuss its neutral status as part of a peace agreement that includes third-party security.

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and Ukrainian peace negotiators are reportedly ill Earlier this month. The Wall Street Journal Investigative journalist Bellingcat reported experiencing symptoms consistent with suspicion of addiction, citing unnamed people familiar with the matter. Reuters later quoted an unnamed US official who said the cause was likely to be the “environment.”

One of Russia’s last major independent news outlets, Novaya GazetaPause of publication Following a new warning from the newspaper’s media regulator, newspaper editor-in-chief Dmitry Muratov won the Nobel Peace Prize last year. He will auction this award and collect donations to Ukrainian refugees.

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In response to the war, many Americans are fleeing Russia.

NATO explained: Why the alliance was formed and what it is doing for Ukraine.

Taiwan is afraid of what is happening in Russia, and Ukraine is afraid of what is happening in China. Please listen to the story.

A Moscow court states that Russians can use banned Instagram and Facebook unless they post banned content.

Many kangaroos (and perhaps wallabies) have been rescued from the devastated Kharkiv Zoo.

Germany states that it has banned the display of the letter Z, which is a symbol of Russia’s war in Ukraine.

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