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    Ukraine has offered to release captured Russian soldiers in exchange for the evacuation of injured Ukrainian soldiers trapped in the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, Ukraine's deputy prime minister said on Wednesday. Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said that negotiations on the proposed swap are underway with Russia, which has refused to allow severely injured Ukrainian servicemen in the besieged facility to evacuate through humanitarian corridors with civilians. By Russia's most recent estimate, some 2,000 Ukrainian soldiers remain holed up inside the steel plant. "As of now, it is impossible to unblock Azovstal by military means," Vereshchuk said in a Facebook post. "Defenders of Azovstal do not want to surrender. This is worthy of respect. Russians do not agree on 'extraction.' This is reality, but it's not surprising from the Russians. What is there to do?" she continued. "The government is working out different options. None of them is perfect. But we are not looking for an ideal option, but a working one." UKRAINIAN FORCES BLOW UP TWO MAKESHIFT RUSSIAN BRIDGES IN UKRAINE, DRONE IMAGES SHOW That...
    CNN’s Clarissa Ward and her news team had to run for cover while the Russians were launching a attack near them and a team of Ukrainian paramedics. Ward released a segment from Kharkiv on Monday as she shadowed the two paramedics who were preparing to go out and evacuate wounded civilians from a residential building that the Russians attacked. “The paramedics need to act fast,” Ward said in her narration. “Russian forces are increasingly hitting the same target twice. It’s called a double tap, a horrifying strategy to take out rescue workers as they respond.” As the team moved into the building, a new round of bombs went off, which prompted one of the paramedics to tell Ward’s team to “get in!” They took cover under the building’s stairwell, but as the paramedics attempted to find the injured person they were alerted to, Ward said they “braced for the impact” as bombs kept going off. From Ward’s narration Our team member, Maria, has cut up her hands on broken glass. Vladimir treats her injuries, as Alexandra calls the dispatch again...
    A THREE-month-old baby is among five dead and 18 injured in a horrific missile strike on Odesa in a fresh assault ordered by Vladimir Putin. A military compound and two residential buildings were stuck by missiles in the port city in southern Ukraine, the president's chief of staff Andriy Permak said in an online post. 5A three-month-old baby is among five dead and 18 injured in Putin's latest missile attack on OdesaCredit: Twitter/ InnaSovsun 5The missiles hit two residential buildings, as well a Ukrainian military compoundCredit: Twitter 5A Russian 3M-54 Kaliber seen en route to OdesaCredit: Twitter/ UKikaski It comes as Ukraine's military General Staff said Putin's troops were continuing their "offensive operations" in eastern Ukraine with the aim of establishing a land corridor between the Donbass and Crimea. Ukrainian forces have in the past 24 hours repelled eight Russian attacks in two regions, destroying nine tanks, 18 armoured units and 13 vehicles, a tanker and three artillery systems, the General Staff said in a Facebook post this morning. Harrowing footage of the attack shows a 3M-54 Kaliber cruise missile...
    A HERO medic who risked his life to shield an injured woman from a rocket strike said he acted on instinct. Brave Denys Petrenko used his body to protect her as troops and medics dashed for cover. 4Denys stayed by her side as soldiers and other medics scrambled for shelterCredit: Jerome Starkey/The Sun 4Sun Man Jerome Starkey - seen on the right beside a plant - filmed the moment when Denys stayed by her sideCredit: AP 4Funeral of two children and their mother who were killed in BuchaCredit: Getty The Red Cross volunteer was kneeling by the woman, hit by shrapnel moments earlier, when a second deadly blitz exploded. The Sun filmed the moment when Denys stayed by her side as soldiers and other medics scrambled for shelter in Kharkiv. He said: “It was a reflex. I was not thinking about it. I just want to help people.” Our clip of the double-tap blitz, designed to hit first responders, has been seen more than one million times. Read more on UkraineTWISTED Bloodthirsty Putin unleashes Battle of Donbas & parades...
    Russian military forces launched a barrage of missiles at the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on Monday, killing at least six people and leaving 11 injured, according to reports. Five missiles were a part of the attack targeting a railway facility in the outskirts of the Lviv, and a child was among the injured, according to reports. A tire fitting shop and about 40 cars were also destroyed in the airstrike, according to the mayor of Lviv. A restaurant and mini market were located inside the targeted rail station, according to a local police officer. “Five powerful missile strikes at once on the civilian infrastructure of the old European Lviv,” Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, said on Twitter after the attack. “The Russians continue barbarically attacking Ukrainian cities from the air, cynically declaring to the whole world their ‘right’ to … kill Ukrainians.” Three of the missiles hit military infrastructure resulting in fires, according to the head of the Lviv Regional Military Administration. RAMZAN KADYROV SAYS HE THINKS ZELENSKY HAS 'SCHIZOPHRENIA' A photo reportedly of...
    (CNN)Before Russia's war on Ukraine began, Kira Obedinsky was a joyful, loved 12-year-old girl. Now orphaned, injured and alone in a Russian-controlled hospital in eastern Ukraine, she has become an unwitting pawn in Moscow's information war.Obedinsky's mother died when she was a baby. Her father Yevhen Obedinsky, a former captain of Ukraine's national water polo team, was shot and killed as Russian forces fought their way into the southeastern city of Mariupol on March 17.Days later, Kira and her father's girlfriend tried to flee the city on foot alongside neighbors. But after she was injured in the blast from a landmine, Kira was taken to a hospital in the Donetsk region, which is controlled by Moscow-backed separatists. Now Kira's grandfather, Oleksander, fears he will never see her again. He said an official from the breakaway government in Donetsk phoned and invited him to travel there to claim her, which is impossible because of the war.He says he spoke to the hospital and was told Kira will eventually be sent to an orphanage in Russia. Kira Obedinsky in Mariupol, before the...
    BADLY-injured Ukrainian soldiers — including amputees — could be offered specialist military rehab care in the UK. Ministers and defence chiefs are discussing plans for the wounded to be airlifted to the state-of-the-art Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre when evacuation is possible. 2Defence Secretary Ben Wallace is said to be extremely supportive of the plans to help Ukrainian soldiersCredit: Reuters Troops needing prosthetic limbs and rehab, including learning to walk again, would be treated at DNRC, in Stanford Hall, Notts. The £300million centre — officially opened by Prince William in June 2018 — is the main base for treating UK amputee troops after Headley Court in Surrey closed. Medics helped L/Bmdr Ben Parkinson, the most severely injured serviceman to survive in Afghanistan, and triple amputee marine Mark Ormrod. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace is said to be “extremely supportive” but “cautious” about putting the idea into practice yet. A source said: “We are talking about helping those who need long-term treatment and rehab and to have prosthetic limbs.” READ MORE ON UKRAINEBRUTAL WAR Putin faces ARREST warrant over Ukraine war crimes...
    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Unable to walk or move half his face after being injured by the same Russian shell that killed his father as they tried to flee Kyiv, a 13-year-old Ukrainian boy has found new hope in a Polish hospital. Pediatric surgeon Professor Jan Godzinski, of the T. Marciniak hospital in Wroclaw, southwestern Poland, said Thursday that a detailed diagnostic scan has been performed to help doctors choose the best treatment for Volodymyr. “What moved me most was that he smiled when we told him we will be able to help him,” Godzinski said on Poland’s private TVN24. Volodymyr was injured in the early phase of the Russian invasion, in late February, when a shell struck his family’s car. Doctors in Kyiv were able to save his life but he requires further surgery and long, specialized treatment for severe injuries to his spine and facial nerves, Godzinski said. Surgeons will also need to remove remaining shrapnel fragments from the boy’s body. Volodymyr and his mother, Natasha Karavanska, who is unhurt, were brought to the hospital Monday from...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago officials said a woman was critically injured when she was struck by a piece of a building that fell on her.Chicago police said at about 6 p.m. in the 1200-block of North Milwaukee Avenue, at the intersection of North Ashland Avenue, a 22-year-old woman was struck by falling debris from a nearby commercial building.Police said she suffered a laceration to her head and was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition.Officials did not specify what exactly struck her, or whether it was part of a building's faade. They also did not specify which building at that intersection was involved, just saying it was a "commercial building."Police said a vehicle driving on Milwaukee was also struck by the falling debris. The driver was not injured, according to CPD.
    By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Fox News reporter Benjamin Hall, who was seriously injured in the wartime incident that killed two colleagues on Monday, is out of Ukraine, the network said on Wednesday. “Ben is alert and in good spirits,” said Suzanne Scott, Fox News Media CEO, in a memo to staff. “He is being treated with the best possible care in the world and we are in close contact with his wife and family.” Fox video journalist Pierre Zakrzewski and Oleksandra “Sasha” Kuvshynova, a Ukrainian journalist working with the Fox crew, were both killed when their vehicle was struck by incoming fire in Horenka, outside of Kyiv. Hall survived the blast. The network offered no other details of Hall’s whereabouts or his condition. ___ HERE ARE TODAY’S KEY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR: — Russia says Ukraine talks are progressing but military onslaught continues — Ukraine’s president cites Sept. 11, urges U.S. Congress to help his country — THe port city of Mariupol descends into despair — Russia could default – what then? Go to https://apnews.com/hub/russia-ukraine for...
    By The Associated Press The latest developments on the Russia-Ukraine war: ___ Fox News reporter Benjamin Hall was injured while reporting outside of Kyiv on Monday and was hospitalized, the network said. Hall is a Washington-based correspondent who covers the U.S. State Department for Fox News, where he has worked since 2015. “We have a minimal level of details right now, but Ben is hospitalized and our teams on the ground are working to gather additional information as the situation quickly unfolds,” Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in a message to Fox employees. Fox’s John Roberts read Scott’s statement about Hall on the air at Fox. ___ NEW YORK — The live main evening news program on Russia’s state television was briefly interrupted Monday by a person who walked into the studio holding a poster against the war in Ukraine. The OVD-Info website that monitors political arrests identified the woman who interrupted the broadcast on Channel 1 as Marina Ovsyannikova. The website said Ovsyannikova was detained and taken into police custody. OVD-Info posted a video in which Ovsyannikova...
    A woman is dead after an accident where a bus carrying 50 Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war overturned on a major highway in Italy this morning.  Several are also said to be injured after the incident on the A14 highway near Forli', a town in the Emilia-Romagna region in northeastern Italy, according to a local report.  News site Cronache Della Campania said firefighters were extracting the young woman's body after the incident, which happened just before 7am today.   Before it overturned, the bus had set out from Ukraine and was heading south to Pescara, an Adriatic port city, according to Italy's Interior Ministry. Emergency services used two mobile cranes to set the bus, which landed on its side on a grassy slope, upright and remove it.  The ministry also said the passengers were taken to a nearby police barracks for initial assistance, and would later resume their journey.   It added the rest of those aboard were safely evacuated.   Some 35,000 Ukrainians refugees who fled war in their homeland have entered Italy, most of them through its northeastern border with Slovenia. Yesterday the...
    A woman who survived a recent Russian attack on a Ukrainian maternity hospital has given birth to a healthy baby girl. The expectant mother was injured during the Wednesday bombing of the hospital in Mariupol. Still, she reportedly gave birth to a girl without any complications and named the child Veronika. This mother was one of at least 17 women and staff members who were injured in the attack. Three civilians died as a result of the bombing, and the building itself was completely destroyed. Mariupol, with a population of 400,000, is under Russian control, according to Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba. THIRD RUSSIAN GENERAL KILLED ON FRONT LINES OF UKRAINE INVASION ⚡️A woman who was injured in an attack on a maternity hospital in #Mariupol gave birth to a baby girlThe newborn girl is absolutely healthy. Her name is Veronika pic.twitter.com/M19vcekCJb— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 11, 2022 Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed that the attack was targeting neo-Nazis who were using "children ... wives, and seniors as a human shield." CLICK...
    HANOVER, Pa. (CBS) – More Americans are showing their support for Ukraine by flying its flag. Now, a York County-based company is stepping up production to keep up with the demand. Quinn promotions of Hanover makes flags and other promotional items. READ MORE: Crash Involving Pennsylvania State Police SUV Leaves 2 Officers Injured In Lower Oxford, Chester CountyModern flag production is quick and easy. READ MORE: Rideshare Driver Injured From Graze Wound After At Least 12 Shots Riddled His SUV In Fairmount: Philadelphia PoliceThe company uses a digital printer to stamp the image on knit polyester material. MORE NEWS: Frontier Airlines Will Add 6 New Nonstop Service Destinations Out Of Philadelphia International Airport 
    Valentyna Pushych did not run away. In fact she was killed this weekend as she deliberately headed towards the place of greatest danger. A Ukrainian military paramedic, she was shot dead by Russian forces as she tried to evacuate the injured from a front line on the edge of this city. Known to her friends as ‘Romashka’ – Daisy – she was described by those who knew her as a ‘daredevil’ who was always ‘running to the most dangerous places’ to help others. She has been laid to rest under a blanket of red roses, her grave covered with the blue and yellow of her country’s flag. Daisy is not the only female medical professional to have made the ultimate sacrifice here in the last few days. Valentyna Pushych did not run away. In fact she was killed this weekend as she deliberately headed towards the place of greatest danger. A Ukrainian military paramedic, she was shot dead by Russian forces as she tried to evacuate the injured from a front line on the edge of this city Dr Maryna...
    Two crew members for a British television news channel were injured while escaping an attack by Russian forces near the capital of Ukraine on Monday The Sky News team was driving to Kyiv when they heard a small explosion and a tire burst, one of the crew members wrote in recalling the event. Shortly after, the crew found itself in a hail of bullets that tore through the vehicle. The crew initially thought the attack was from a Ukrainian army checkpoint unit that was mistakenly attacking them but later found out a saboteur Russian reconnaissance squad was responsible. The crew members escaped from the car and made their way to an embankment. Two crew members were shot in the process. One of the victims, Stuart Ramsay, said it felt "more like being punched." FOX NEWS'S GREG GUTFELD SAYS MOTHER-IN-LAW ESCAPED WAR IN UKRAINE "At the bottom, we regrouped," Ramsay wrote. "The five of us were alive. We couldn't believe it. We were in shock, no doubt about it, but elated to be alive." Ramsay...
    As Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine, the stories and photos of those killed have started to show the human toll taken by war.   Since Thursday, at least 136 people in Ukraine, including at least 13 children, have been killed, according to the UN on Tuesday. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Liz Throssell said that another 400 people - including 26 children - have been wounded from the fighting.    She adds that it's very likely that those numbers will increase in the days to come, and Ukraine's own interior minister has reported 352 civilians dead and over 1,600 injured this past Sunday.   'These are only the casualties we were able to cross-check, and the real toll is likely to be much higher,' Throssell told CNN. Yevgeny Malyshev, a 19-year-old Ukrainian biathlete, was reported dead from a battle in the city of Kharkov Six-year-old Sofia, the daughter of police officer Oleg Fedko, was killed along with her mother and weeks-old brother as they attempted to escape Marina Kalabina, an anesthesiologist in the Kyiv region, died under the kind of shelling...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 92-year-old Dundalk woman has been killed and a 72-year-old woman has been critically injured after two separate electrical fires in the same neighborhood destroyed their home, according to authorities. Baltimore County firefighters found the 92-year-old woman when they were battling a house fire in the 7000 block of Dunhill Road around 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, county officials said. READ MORE: Ukrainian Cemetery In Dundalk Vandalized, Dozens Of Headstones DamagedA neighbor had called 911 to report that the house was on fire and that someone was possibly trapped. Firefighters found the elderly woman in her living room. Fire investigators later determine that a damaged electrical cord started the fire. Later that night, a 72-year-old woman was injured during a two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in the 6900 block of Mornington Road. READ MORE: Governor Hogan At Ukrainian Mass: 'Slava Ukraine'Firefighters were sent to extinguish the blaze around 11:38 p.m. They called for assistance because multiple people needed to be rescued. During the rescue operation, firefighters found the injured woman inside of a bathroom. Eight other people...
    By The Associated Press The latest developments on the Russia-Ukraine war: KYIV, Ukraine — Ukrainian authorities say at least 44 people have been wounded in fighting in Ukraine’s second-largest city of Kharkiv, and that seven of them died in hospitals. It wasn’t clear if the casualties, which covered the past 24 hours, were all civilians. The state emergencies agency said the casualties could be higher because the damage from Monday’s shelling of residential areas is still being assessed. Ukrainian social networks featured videos showing residential quarters hit by a series of powerful explosions amid fighting with Russian forces. The Russian military has consistently denied targeting residential areas despite abundant evidence of shelling of residential buildings, schools and hospitals. ___ BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — Slovakia’s interior Ministry said the country has asked the European Union border agency Frontex to help it guard its border with Ukraine as thousands of Ukrainian refugees flee after the Russian military invasion. Slovakia’s 98-kilometer (61-mile) border with Ukraine is also the outer border of the EU’s visa-free Schengen zone. The Slovak government has already agreed to deploy...
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