Russia – Ukraine war live updates: US journalist killed, Putin, gas prices, Russia oil ban, NATO, Zelensky…

Russian invasion of Ukraine headlines

– At least two killed in Tuesday morning missile strike on Sviatoshynskyi district in western Kyiv

– EU and UK ministers agree to new package of economic sanctions against Russia

– Mariupol mayor confirms that around 350,000 people are still trapped in the city

– Russian journalist and TV producer Marina Ovsyannikova arrested for anti-war protest on a state run channel

Diplomatic talks between Russia and Ukraine are expected to restart after brief break, as Mariupol officials report that the city’s “last reserves of food and water are running out”

35 are dead and over 100 people are wounded after a Russian attack on a Ukrainian military base in Lvivi, just 10 miles from the Polish border

2.8 million Ukrainians have been forced to flee their country since the invasion began

– US warns China that military and economic support to Russia could bring about serious financial consequences for the country

US journalist and award-winning filmographer Brent Renaud killed near by Russian troops in Kyiv

Russia – Ukraine conflict information

– Can families in the US sponsor Ukrainian refugees?

Gas prices are up around the world. Where are people seeing the quickest increase?

– Ukrainian officials say Russia is preparing a “false flag” operation on the Chernobyl nuclear power plant

– How does the Russian government prevent protests against the Kremlin?

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