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Russia-Ukraine War Latest Update: Russia and Ukraine are at war. Russian troops continue to fire missiles at Ukrainian cities. Meanwhile, the war in Severodonetsk has intensified. A bridge over the river was destroyed by Russia. People trapped in Severodonetsk were using the bridge to get out.

The WHO says the risk of a cholera outbreak is increasing in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol. The city has been in ruins since the Russian invasion. Bodies are rotting on the streets here. Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during this time.

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Russia has attacked a chemical plant in Severodonetsk. About 300-400 Ukrainian soldiers are still trapped here. Russia has called on the troops to surrender. According to reports, 500 civilians had taken refuge here and are still trapped here.

Due to the Russia-Ukraine war, the fast food company McDonald’s sold all its business in Russia. The old McDonald’s restaurant was now rebranded here. The new name has been changed to “Vakusno i Tochka”. It means ‘delicious’. It is owned by Alexander Gower, who runs 25 restaurants in Siberia.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has said that no one knows how long the war will last in his country. He claimed that the Ukrainian army was defeating Russian troops in eastern Ukraine by defeating their hopes.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said during a visit to Kyiv by top EU officials that tough sanctions were needed against Russia. As long as Russia continues to receive some relief from Europe in the name of trade, it will be difficult for it to bow down.

Zelensky told European Commission President Arsula van der Leyen that Ukraine was ready to do anything to join the European Union. Arsala said the union would fully support Ukraine’s reconstruction.

According to British claims, Russian bombers are using KH-22 missiles in Ukraine. These missiles are also capable of nuclear attack. They were first used in the 1960’s.

Britain claims Russia could use more lethal weapons with K-22 missiles to capture Ukraine’s Don Bass.

Russia has fired rockets from the Black Sea, the governor of the Trincomalee region said. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police recruiting center. The weapons kept here were destroyed. These weapons were provided by Western countries as aid to Ukraine. 22 people were also injured.

Authorities in the Russian-occupied city of Kherson in southern Ukraine have for the first time issued Russian passports to 23 locals. Hundreds of thousands of residents of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine have already received Russian passports.

German Chancellor Olaf Schulz will visit Kyiv ahead of the G7 summit this month. He will be accompanied by French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.