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Moscow suspects UK of seeking to infiltrate Black Sea

Beijing News 04 Jul 2022
Kiev and Western nations have accused Russia of blocking food exports from Ukraine's Black Sea ports, allegedly contributing to surging global food prices. Moscow denies the allegation, saying it has been offering safe passage to freighters but that Ukraine is preventing civilian ships from leaving the ports, including Odessa.
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Ukraine's Zelensky accuses Russia of 'terror' as missiles rain down

Korea Times 03 Jul 2022
Strikes on a southern resort town left 21 dead and dozens wounded after missiles slammed into flats and a recreation center in Sergiyvka, 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of Black Sea port Odessa ... in the first days of the war, and sat aside shipping lanes near Odessa's port.
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At least 21 killed in missile strikes on residential area in Ukraine's Odeassa region

Beijing News 03 Jul 2022
... on Friday struck a residential tower and a recreational centre in the southern Ukrainian region of Odessa ... Snake Island, a tiny piece of land about 25 miles off Ukraine's southeastern coast, sits on a major shipping lane and is an important access point to the key port of Odessa.
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Moscow suspects UK of seeking to ‘infiltrate’ Black Sea

Russia Today 03 Jul 2022
Kiev and Western nations have accused Russia of blocking food exports from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, allegedly contributing to surging global food prices. Moscow denies the allegation, saying it has been offering safe passage to freighters but that Ukraine is preventing civilian ships from leaving the ports, including Odessa.
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Russia claims to have captured last Ukrainian holdout city in Luhansk

New York Post 03 Jul 2022
More On. ukraine war. Biden trolled by Chinese state media after urging gas companies to drop prices. Ukrainians are building homemade tech in attempt to thwart Russian drone onslaught. Ukraine finds Russian hard drive with 100 GB military data ... 24 ... see also. Russian missiles kill at least 21 near Ukrainian port of Odessa ... ​ ... With Post wires ....
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Russian forces leave Snake Island in 'goodwill gesture'

China Daily 02 Jul 2022
SLOVIANSK, UkraineRussian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island on Thursday, potentially easing the pressure to the vital Ukrainian port city of Odessa, but kept up their push to encircle the last stronghold of resistance in the eastern province of Lugansk.
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Blasts rock Mykolaiv after raids on Odessa

The Telegraph India 02 Jul 2022
Powerful explosions rocked the Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv early on Saturday, the mayor said, a day after authorities said at least 21 people were killed when Russian missiles struck an apartment building near the Black Sea port of Odessa. Air raid sirens sounded across the Mykolaiv region, which borders the vital port of Odessa, before the blasts.
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Ukraine says Russian missiles kill 21 near Odessa

The News International 02 Jul 2022
The missiles struck the two buildings in the town of Sergiyvka about 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of the Black Sea port of Odessa, which has become a strategic flashpoint in the now more than four-month-old war ... sat aside shipping lanes near Odessa´s port.- Phosphorus bombs -.
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Ukraine leader accuses Russia of ‘terror’ in missile strike that killed 21

Manila Standard 02 Jul 2022
Missiles slammed into an apartment building and a recreation centre in the town of Sergiyvka about 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of the Black Sea port of Odessa, which has become a strategic flashpoint in the now more than four-month-old war ... lanes near Odessa’s port.
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Ukraine leader accuses Russia of 'terror' in missile strike that killed 21

Manila Bulletin 02 Jul 2022
Missiles slammed into an apartment building and a recreation centre in the town of Sergiyvka about 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of the Black Sea port of Odessa, which has become a strategic flashpoint in the now more than four-month-old war ... lanes near Odessa’s port.
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Ukraine war: Zelensky accuses Russia of 'terror' as missiles rain down

Hindustan Times 02 Jul 2022
... centre in Sergiyvka, 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of Black Sea port Odessa.
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Ukraine's Zelenskyy accuses Russia of 'terror' as missiles rain down

The Times of India 02 Jul 2022
Strikes on a southern resort town left 21 dead and dozens wounded after missiles slammed into flats and a recreation centre in Sergiyvka, 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of Black Sea port Odessa ... in the first days of the war, and sat aside shipping lanes near Odessa's port.
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Ukraine hits missile strike that killed 21

Manila Standard 02 Jul 2022
Missiles slammed into an apartment building and a recreation centre in the town of Sergiyvka about 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of the Black Sea port of Odessa, which has become a strategic flashpoint in the now more than four-month-old war ... Sergiy Bratchuk, Odessa deputy chief ...
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Pro-Russia rebels claim to ‘encircle’ key city, Ukraine denies

Gulf News 02 Jul 2022
Strikes on a southern resort town earlier Friday left 21 dead and dozens wounded after missiles slammed into flats and a recreation centre in Sergiyvka, 80 kilometres south of Black Sea port Odessa ... in the first days of the war, and sits beside shipping lanes near Odessa’s port.
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Zelenskyy accuses Russia of 'terror' as missiles rain downThe attacks came after Moscow abandoned positions ...

Deccan Herald 02 Jul 2022
Strikes on a southern resort town left 21 dead and dozens wounded after missiles slammed into flats and a recreation centre in Sergiyvka, 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of Black Sea port Odessa ... in the first days of the war, and sat aside shipping lanes near Odessa's port.

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