Ukraine, latest news. Melitopol, Putin’s party headquarters blown up. Moscow asks for a new UN meeting

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Explosion at United Russia headquarters in occupied Ukraine: they were organizing referendums for annexation. Russia raises its voice at the United Nations Security Council, as Kiev denounces: 2.5 million Ukrainians deported since the beginning of the war

Putin warns: “Stop gas and oil if they impose a price cap”
  • Grossi (Aiea): “disaster almost touched in Zaporizhzhia”

    The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (Aiea) Rafael Mariano Grossi was “excited and moved” when he saw the conditions in which the personnel of the plant work “in Zaporizhzhia, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe now in the hands of the Russians. Interviewed by Republic, explains why he thinks something catastrophic could occur. “I was very impressed by two mortar holes measuring one meter in diameter on the roof of a nuclear fuel warehouse,” he says. “We were very lucky, because those shots could have dispersed radioactive material into the environment.” The reactors are “well protected by reinforced concrete sarcophagi”, while the warehouses are more exposed to damage, he explains.

    Last week Grossi led a team of agency inspectors into the plant in Ukraine. Subsequently he presented a report to the UN Security Council in which he proposed the “sanctuarization” of the plant, or a protection “on the perimeter model, therefore limited only to the plant”, explains the director, who says he is confident: “I caught the reactions interesting from the parties. They certainly didn’t say no. ” «Demilitarization is not realistic», Grossi admits, because the plant is «right on the front line. We would need negotiations at the highest level, which are beyond the Agency’s remit ». Now inside the plant “we have the advantage of having members of the Agency” on a “permanent mission. If they were to send us away, they will have to explain to the world why they do it. ‘

    IAEA Director General Mariano Grossi (with the white helmet) and other Agency colleagues examine a mortar shell outside the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant on 1 September. (EPA / YURI KOCHETKOV)

  • 383 Ukrainian children killed since the beginning of the Russian invasion

    Since the start of the Russian invasion, 383 Ukrainian children have been killed and 742 injured. «According to the latest data updated to today, September 8, more than 1,125 children have been killed or injured in Ukraine as a result of the armed aggression of the Russian Federation. Official information from juvenile prosecutors indicates that 383 children were killed and more than 742 were injured, ”wrote the Attorney General on Telegram quoted by Ukrinform. Most of the minors were hit in the Donetsk, Kharkiv, Kiev, Mykolaiv regions.

  • iPhone 14 will be available in Russia thanks to parallel import

    The Russians will have the opportunity to buy the new Apple iPhone 14 despite the US company having “officially” stopped sales in the country. This will happen thanks to parallel imports: a senior government official told the RIA Novosti news agency.
    Russia has announced parallel import procedures since last March, when it allowed retailers to import products from abroad without the permission of the brand owner. When asked if the new iPhone, presented Wednesday by Apple, would be imported under the program, Minister of Trade and Industry Denis Manturov said: ‘Why not? If consumers want to buy these phones, yes. There will be an opportunity ».

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    The new iPhone 14 Pro at the unveiling event in Cupertino, California. (Brittany Hosea-Small / AFP)

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