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Ukraine war latest: Russian missile launchers, radar stations destroyed in Crimea, Ukraine ups production of Bohdana howitzers

Ukraine war latest: Russian missile launchers, radar stations destroyed in Crimea, Ukraine ups production of Bohdana howitzers

by The Kyiv Independent news desk

Key developments on April 18: * Ukraine destroys missile launchers, radar stations at Russian military airfield in Crimea, says Military intelligence * Reuters: Ukraine says Russia's use of illegal tear gas on battlefield is increasing * Zelensky: Ukraine to produce 10 Bohdana howitzers this month * German delegation promises new IRIS-T delivery shortly * Russian

Ukraine war latest: Ukraine strikes airfields in Russia, destroying or damaging 19 warplanes, sources say

Ukraine war latest: Ukraine strikes airfields in Russia, destroying or damaging 19 warplanes, sources say

Key developments on April 5: * Ukraine strikes airfields in Russia, destroying or damaging 19 warplanes, sources say * Russian attacks on Zaporizhzhia kill 4, injure over 20 * Ukraine's military denies Russian troops reached Chasiv Yar's suburb * Lithuania to purchase 3,000 drones for Ukraine * Military: Russian use of prohibited chemical weapons

Azov says Russia used chemical weapons in besieged Mariupol

Azov says Russia used chemical weapons in besieged Mariupol

by Oleg Sukhov

Ukraine's Azov regiment said on April 11 that Russia had used a poisonous substance against Ukrainian troops in Mariupol, a besieged port on the Sea of Azov. Azov leader Andriy Biletsky said that three people have clear signs of chemical poisoning. He added that there are no "disastrous consequences" for

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Russia launched counterspace weapon into orbit, US says.

Wood described the move as "troubling." Pentagon spokesperson Brigadier General Pat Ryder separately said on May 21 the U.S. was monitoring the situation and had a "responsibility to be ready to protect and defend… the space domain."
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