Ukraine War Updates

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As Russia continues to attempt to take seige of Ukraine; the soldiers are in the war consistenly losing the battle. Even though Russia’s president ,Vladmir Putin has publicly stated that this is only a limited military operation; the growing toll of Russian troops are becoming innumerable. Last Thursday, the troops began a journey to seige and wage war in Kyiv.

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It’s gotten so ugly that students were being held hostage; mainly Black and African students. About 100 African students are pleading for help to leave the Ukrainian port city of Kherson, more than two weeks after it was captured by Russian forces.

Video Of Black Student Being Pushed Off The Train

Thankfully, they were able to flee. Russia is even more agitated these days as they continue to point fingers at Ukraine, accusing them of stealing oil. And after weeks of digging out ground at a Ukrainian airport, Russian troops are reportedly dissapeared; according to CNN satellite.

A satellite image shows empty revetments at Antonov Airport in Hostomel, Ukraine, March 31, 2022. Picture taken March 31, 2022. Satellite image 2022 Maxar

Currently, it’s unclear as to where the troops went. But hopefully, they stay where they went. It’s obvious though that Russian soldiers may still not be properly equipped for war. Back in 2015; naval observers noticed that Russia purchased old, creaky ships to transport non working and outdated equipment.

In 2018, Russia’s largest floating repair dock sank near Murmansk, in northern Russia, damaging Russia’s only aircraft carrier, the Admiral Kuznetsov. Officials blamed a power outage. In 2019, 14 Russian sailors died in a fire on a mysterious submarine operating off the coast of Norway. Five months after that, the cursed Kuznetsov, still in Murmansk, suffered a fire that killed at least one, injured many others and left the ship damaged, according to Yahoo news.

” I am very, very skeptical of these peace negotiations,” Samuel Ramani, a University of Oxford expert in Russian history and politics, told Yahoo News. “It’s very possible that the Russians could use these negotiations to buy time while escalating and consolidating their presence in eastern Ukraine,” where they already established control over the regions of Luhansk and Donetsk

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