Russian and Ukrainian forces continue their clashes in Ukrainian territory on Sunday for a 32and daytime.
If the mayor of Kyiv had announced on Saturday morning that a curfew would be in effect until Monday, he finally reversed his decision, allowing residents to move freely on Sunday during the day.
Here are the latest developments, minute by minute
05:16 | Luhansk separatists could hold a referendum to join Russia
The separatist territory of Lugansk, whose independence Moscow has recognized, could soon hold a referendum to join Russia.
05:15 | In Mykolaiv, the Russian noose seems to be loosening, the inhabitants regain hope
Nailed for three weeks to her bed in the basement of a Mykolaiv hospital pounded by Russian artillery, Sofia, 13, still has metal shrapnel in her skull despite three operations, but keeps her smile and dreams full. the head: playing the guitar and becoming a painter.
After terrible weeks during which the Russian army tried in vain to blow up this city-lock on the road to Odessa, the largest port in Ukraine, in recent days the threat seems to be receding. The front has even retreated significantly, with a Ukrainian counter-offensive on Kherson, some 80 km to the south-east, the only major city for which the Russian army had claimed total control.
05:00 | The ICRC formally denies participating in forced evacuations
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has formally denied facilitating the forced evacuations of Ukrainian civilians to Russia.
04:21 | Germany plans to acquire an anti-missile shield
The German government, convinced by the Russian invasion of Ukraine to invest massively in defense, is considering the acquisition of an Israeli missile protection system, the daily Bild said on Sunday.
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