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Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said that the country's defense ministry will investigate the possibility of sending F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine, the Belgian public broadcaster VRT reported on Sept. 20.
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Russia launched a mass missile attack against Ukraine in the morning of Sept. 21, targeting a regional center of Cherkasy among other cities. Five people were injured, and at least one more person remains under the rubble, regional Governor Ihor Taburets said.
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Institute for the Study of War in their Sept. 20 report analyzed a video appeal posted by the members of Russia's mobilized 1st Battalion of the 1442nd Regiment of the Altai Krai. The soldiers claimed that they abandoned their military equipment in the Klishchiivka area located seven kilometers southwest of Bakhmut after receiving orders from Russian military command to form an assault group and attack in the Bakhmut direction.
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Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said via his official Telegram channel that an 18-year-old and a 9-year-old girl were taken to the hospital after Russia unleashed a missile attack against Kyiv in the early hours of Sept. 21. Five others were reported wounded in Kyiv's Darnytskyi district after debris caused a fire at a gas station and shattered windows in the nearby two-story building.

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Podolyak: 'There's no point in Zelensky's meeting with Putin.'

by The Kyiv Independent news desk September 18, 2022 4:34 PM 1 min read
This audio is created with AI assistance

Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to the President’s Office, told Ukrainska Pravda news outlet that Ukraine doesn't see a point in negotiations between President Volodymyr Zelensky and Russian dictator Vladimir Putin because the Kremlin can't be trusted and will use peace talks to regroup and relaunch an offensive soon after.

He also added that "Russia must answer for large-scale crimes (committed in Ukraine) and not witness impunity."

At least ten locations that had been used as "torture chambers" by Russian forces were discovered after the liberation of parts of Kharkiv Oblast, according to Police Chief Ihor Klymenko.

The news came following another report pointing at possible Russian atrocities in previously occupied parts of Kharkiv Oblast. On Sept. 15, the Ukrainian police said that they had found a mass burial site containing around 440 graves in Izium, another recently liberated city in the oblast.

Read more: Ukrainians emerge from a 6-month nightmare in newly liberated territories

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