Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared victory in the eastern Ukrainian region of Luhansk. The UK's Ministry of Defence says Russia will now 'almost certainly' switch to capturing the Donetsk region. Latest:
Ukraine latest as the UK's Ministry of Defence says Russia's 'rapid capture' of Lysychansk extends its control across virtually all of Luhansk; President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says his armed forces are undeterred in their efforts to 'break' Moscow's will.
In their report, the ministry says Russia's relatively"rapid capture" of the city of Lysychansk extends its control across"virtually all of the territory of Luhansk".The update goes on to say the battle for the Donbas has been characterised by"slow rates of advance and Russia's massed employment of artillery".
Ukrainian troops are hoping to launch counter offensives in the south of the country after Russian forces captured the eastern city of Lysychansk."This is the last victory for Russia on Ukrainian territory," he said.The capture of the city of Lysychansk on Sunday completed the Russian conquest of Luhansk, one of two regions in the Donbas, and Russian forces have now set their sights on their next objectives in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk province.Read more: Sky News »
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I'll send him some more pies that he's obviously been munching if he stops his jibberjabber! Woop woop team Russia Never wished death on any1 but this man I bucket loads I do No winners in war.. and why again .. 这块发面正为发酵发愁呢😄 In other news Vladimir putin's head explodes due to steroid abuse. Why did all mainstream media outlets spend the past four months lying to us saying that Russias military was incompetent and losing? They are winning and they will achieve what they originally set out to do.
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Ukraine war: Russia says it’s captured eastern city LysychanskRussia’s forces have taken control of the last major city in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine, Moscow’s defence minister Sergei Shoigu has told Vladimir Putin. fatimamanji has the latest news from around the world. fatimamanji Yep, Ukraine are going to win this thing any day now. fatimamanji It's taken Russia over 3 months... RussiaWarCrimes fatimamanji 💔😥
Stranger Things season 4 makes a big mistake with Will's gay storylineStranger Things season 4 makes this big mistake with Will's gay coming out storyline.
Stranger Things season 4 makes a big mistake with Will's gay storylineStranger Things season 4 makes this big mistake with Will's gay coming out storyline. Did they mishandle it? Is this a reflection of the fact that not all teens figure out their sexuality in an easy 3 step way? Or that the 80s weren’t gay friendly? Or is the media queer baiting folks for page hits.
Putin urges generals to carry on into Donetsk after fall of Luhansk\n\t\t\tKeep abreast of significant corporate, financial and political developments around the world.\n\t\t\tStay informed and spot emerging risks and opportunities with independent global reporting, expert\n\t\t\tcommentary and analysis you can trust.\n\t\t So much winning According to MSM reporting Putin is ill , Russia has no tanks, artillery or ammo left , army is running away and yet they keep on taking territory.
UK to pledge to 'do everything possible to ensure Ukraine wins war'Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will tell the Ukraine Recovery Conference in Switzerland that the UK will support Ukraine for the 'long haul' and resist Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion. it's hard At the expense of your economy crumbling and Ukrain is MOST CORRUPT country in the world. With the illegal sites of viruses and other pathogens to harm the world. Keep giving them money like joey Brandon throwing America under the bus. A country not even part of NATO Not with my money. Not with my vote. We have enough problems of our own. Time to look after the people who vote for you look after them.
Updates from Sally Lockwood in Kyiv and Alex Crawford in the Donbas.Fatima Manji Reporter Russia’s defense minister says his country’s forces have taken control of the last major city in Ukraine’s Luhansk province, bringing Moscow closer to its stated goal of seizing all of the Donbas region.).).
Live reporting by Bhvishya Patel 06:48:27 Ukrainian troops able to 'fall back to more readily defendable' position after fall of Lysychansk, MoD says The UK's Ministry of Defence (MoD) has issued its latest intelligence report on the war in Ukraine as Russian forces set their sights on the eastern province of Donetsk. In their report, the ministry says Russia's relatively"rapid capture" of the city of Lysychansk extends its control across"virtually all of the territory of Luhansk".. Unlike in previous phases of the war, Russia has probably achieved"reasonably effective" coordination between at least two of its units. It's not not exactly the answer you might have been expecting given how much the cast have banged on about Will's apparently obvious love for Mike . Meanwhile, Ukrainian forces have likely largely withdrawn in"good order" in line with existing plans. "There is a realistic possibility that Ukrainian forces will now be able to fall back to a more readily defendable, straightened front line," the report states. The first"Will is kind of definitely gay, kind of" moment arrives in episode eight when Will finally reveals what's in his secret painting.
The update goes on to say the battle for the Donbas has been characterised by"slow rates of advance and Russia's massed employment of artillery". And yes, it's giving Cher. Fighting in Donetsk"will almost certainly continue" in this manner, the report adds. 06:27:09 Ukrainian forces hoping to launch counter offensive in south of country Ukrainian troops are hoping to launch counter offensives in the south of the country after Russian forces captured the eastern city of Lysychansk. Since the outset of the conflict, Russia has demanded that Ukraine hand both Luhansk and Donetsk, in eastern Ukraine, to pro-Moscow separatists. That's what Eleven thinks. However, Oleksiy Arestovych, adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, said the cities were"medium-sized" and would be the last victory for Russia in Ukraine. Definitely not Will.
He also said Ukraine was now hoping to launch counter offensives in the south of the country. "This is the last victory for Russia on Ukrainian territory," he said. Related Story Is Stranger Things' Will gay? It's complicated It's a tale as old as time: gay boy falls in love with straight best friend, straight best friend falls in love with Eggo-loving psychic, so gay boy paints a dragon picture to express his feelings for straight best friend, but that gives straight best friend the courage to tell Eggo-loving psychic that he loves her , leaving gay boy behind to look out the car window and cry while pretending he's in a MTV music video. "These were medium-sized cities. And this took from 4 April until 4 July - that's 90 days. So many losses. It certainly stuck with Jonathan, who later took Will aside in volume two's second"Will is kind of definitely gay, kind of" moment. It certainly stuck with Jonathan, who later took Will aside in volume two's second"Will is kind of definitely gay, kind of" moment.
" He added:"Taking the cities in the east meant that 60% of Russian forces are now concentrated in the east and it is difficult for them to be redirected to the south. "And there are no more forces that can be brought in from Russia. They paid a big price for Severdonetsk and Lysychansk. It's the gorgeous, heartfelt coming-out moment that we've all been waiting for, except, there is no coming out." The capture of the city of Lysychansk on Sunday completed the Russian conquest of Luhansk, one of two regions in the Donbas, and Russian forces have now set their sights on their next objectives in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk province. Serhiy Haidai, the Ukrainian governor of Luhansk, acknowledged his entire province was now effectively in Russian hands, but said:"We need to win the war, not the battle for Lysychansk. Because Will doesn't actually express his true feelings in this scene, or any other for that matter.
It hurts a lot, but it's not losing the war. Netflix This has led some fans to accuse the show of queer-baiting, which is essentially where LGBTQ+ relationships are merely implied to get queer fans on board without including any actual representation that could risk the ire of bigots." This morning, Ukrainian forces took up new defensive lines in Donetsk, where they still control major cities, as Vladimir Putin told his troops to"absolutely rest and recover their military preparedness," while telling units in other areas to keep fighting. 04:00:41 Zelenskyy says Ukrainian forces will 'break' Moscow's will Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said his armed forces are undeterred in their efforts to"break" Moscow's will to pursue a nearly five-month war. Speaking in his nightly video address, Mr Zelenskyy said: "There have been no significant changes on the battlefield in the past 24 hours. If you want to accuse the cast and crew of hyping up more direct queer representation when there's almost none — now that could be considered queer-baiting. "The Armed Forces of Ukraine respond, push back and destroy the offensive potential of the occupiers day after day. But the text itself isn't, not exactly.
We need to break them. "It is a difficult task. For a lot of fans, that seems to be enough. It requires time and superhuman efforts. But we have no alternative." 21:41:57 Girl in Vietnam napalm attack image escorts 236 refugees from Ukraine war to Canada Some 236 refugees from Russia's war in Ukraine have been flown on a humanitarian flight from Warsaw in Poland to Canada escorted by Phan Thị Kim Phuc. As Vulture points out, season four is all about revealing the feelings and thoughts that these characters hide away from the world, whether it's Max admitting she wanted Billy to die, Mike telling Eleven he loves her, or even Hopper and Joyce finally acting on their feelings for each other. As Vulture points out, season four is all about revealing the feelings and thoughts that these characters hide away from the world, whether it's Max admitting she wanted Billy to die, Mike telling Eleven he loves her, or even Hopper and Joyce finally acting on their feelings for each other.
The 52-year-old Canadian citizen became famous after being photographed in a 1972 Vietnam napalm attack image when she was a little girl. The picture, in which she runs with her napalm-scalded body exposed, was etched on the private non-governmental organisation jet that flew the refugees to Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan. With her husband, Bui Huy Toan, she travelled from Toronto to board the humanitarian flight. During that emotional conversation with Mike, Will is clearly coming out if you read between the lines, but primarily, his feelings are being used there to inspire Mike and fix his relationship with Eleven. She said she wants her story and work for refugees to be a message of peace. 20:17:45 Ukrainians hope arrival of heavy artillery from US and Europe can help them reverse tide in Donbas Russian troops are ratcheting up their efforts to secure full control of the entire Donbas area in eastern Ukraine - and from what we witnessed, there's very little which is going to stop them right now, writes Sky's special correspondent Alex Crawford. Netflix This wouldn't feel quite as exploitative if Will's coming out to Jonathan went a bit deeper, but again, his angst is being used in service of another character's storyline.
A huge chunk of the industrial heartland has already fallen to the Russian military allowing President Vladimir Putin to declare a significant victory after his troops seized the Luhansk region with the capture of the city of Lysychansk, the last Ukrainian stronghold there. And a straight one at that. The Russians already control most of Donetsk, the second half of the Donbas and the signs are they are moving to claim the rest of it. The past few days have already seen increased attacks on the cities of Sloviansk and Bakhmut in the Donetsk region - and the frontline towns of Krasnohorivka and Marinka are also particularly vulnerable. The areas have been fiercely contested for the past eight years and President Putin launched his 'special military operation' in February after unilaterally declaring Donetsk and Luhansk 'independent'. And that's it, really. The Ukrainian troops we've been speaking to have told us over and over again they feel outgunned and overwhelmed by the superior numbers of heavy Russian artillery which they are being bombarded with. Aside from these two big moments, Will doesn't have much to do this time around, as per usual.
They're hoping the arrival of foreign-supplied heavy artillery from American and Europe can help them reverse the tide but it may have arrived too late for the Ukrainians to keep hold of the Donbas. We are the first British journalists to be given access to see the French-made Caesar howitzers which are now being used to try to hold back the Russian military in the Donbas. And come on, it's not like there wasn't enough time this season. French President Emmanuel Macron has already supplied 12 Caesars and after the G7 summit, committed to providing another six. The heavy artillery is highly valued for its accuracy and can reach targets much further away - up to 30 miles away. The Ukrainian troops from the 55th Brigade who we watched using the Caesars told us the howtizers are much more versatile and offers them a mobility which helps safeguard the crew. Queer people aren't just props or plot devices that can be used to further the straight agenda, no matter how well-intentioned these attempts at"representation" might be. Queer people aren't just props or plot devices that can be used to further the straight agenda, no matter how well-intentioned these attempts at"representation" might be.
The gun can be readied to fire in about 60 seconds flat and in even less time (about 40 seconds), it can be on the move again to keep out of the reach of enemy return fire. The truck's commander said his men spent 10 days learning how to operate the weaponised truck in France."What we need is more of guns like this," he told us."More people to help train us. All we need is more ammunition and then everything else we will do by ourselves.
" They know they're on the backfoot right now but there's still a very high level of optimism about the long-term future here and he had this message for the Russians who're still busy celebrating their seizing of Luhansk. ''It's not for long," the commander says."We will kick you out and get it all back." .