Russian bombing of Ukrainian ports and grain silos and Kiev: The counterattack is making progress Russian bombing of Ukrainian ports and grain silos and Kiev: The counterattack is making progress

Russian bombing of Ukrainian ports and grain silos and Kiev: The counterattack is making progress

Russian bombing of Ukrainian ports and grain silos and Kiev: The counterattack is making progress

Russian bombing caused damage to ports and grain silos in the Ukrainian Danube River region, while Kiev says its counterattack against Russia is making progress.

Ports and grain silos in the Danube River region in Ukraine were damaged as a result of being targeted by Russian bombing, while Kiev said it was making progress in its counterattack that it launched about three months ago.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky indicated that there were “good details” from the front, without elaboration, but noted in a video speech that “there will also be more Ukrainian measures against the terrorist state. As long as the Russian aggression continues, Russia must feel its losses.”

For his part, Ilya Yevlash, spokesman for the Ukrainian forces in the east, said that the Ukrainian forces “achieved success” in the villages near Bakhmut, a major town that Russian forces captured in May after fighting one of the fiercest battles of the war.

The spokesman for the forces in the south, Oleksandr Stubon, told the Espresso TV news website that the Ukrainian forces are taking fortified positions and preparing to advance towards the village of Verbov as part of their advance towards the Sea of ​​Azov.

He added: "I think we will receive good news soon."

Bombing of ports

Oleh Kiper, the governor of the Odessa region in southern Ukraine, which includes the ports of Izmail and Reni on the Danube River, revealed that the Russian bombing damaged a checkpoint building, storage facilities, and more than 30 trucks and cars, and led to the injury of two people.

The Ukrainian military said that operations at an international checkpoint had been suspended and vehicles were being temporarily redirected.

The Russian attack is the latest on Ukrainian grain silos and port facilities since July.

Since Russia announced its withdrawal from the grain export agreement, about two months ago, Ukraine has begun to enhance its exports through the Danube River.

“The enemy targeted the port and border infrastructure of the Danube River,” the prosecutor’s office said, publishing photos of damaged grain silos and trucks on fire. He added: "Two truck drivers were injured as a result of the attack. Grain silos, administrative buildings, and shipping vehicles were damaged."

The Ukrainian army stated that it shot down 26 out of 38 Iranian-made drones in the attack launched by Russia on Ukraine overnight.

Suspension of vehicle traffic on Al Qurum Bridge

In another context, the Russian authorities announced that vehicle traffic on the Crimean Bridge had been suspended on Wednesday morning, a measure they often take due to drone or missile attacks launched by Ukraine.

The Russian authorities did not mention the reason for suspending vehicle movement, while there were no reports of operations in the area.






On charges of spreading Nazi ideology, a right-wing group was banned in Germany and its members’ homes were raided


The German Interior Ministry directed its forces on Wednesday to raid the homes and headquarters of members of a right-wing extremist group, which was banned on charges of spreading Nazi ideology.


On Wednesday, German authorities launched a large-scale campaign across the country to pursue members and members of an extremist right-wing group.

German Interior Minister Nancy Weiser banned the group on charges of spreading Nazi ideology.

The Interior Ministry said in a statement that authorities raided the main headquarters of the group, called "Artgemeinschaft," and 26 homes of 39 members in 12 states early Wednesday morning.

“This is another strong blow against right-wing extremism and thought extremists who continue to spread Nazi ideology even today,” Weser said.

She added: "This far-right group tried to attract new enemies of the Constitution through its disgusting teaching to children and adolescents."

This month, the German authorities also banned another neo-Nazi group called Hammerskins Deutschland, which has roots in the United States. The authorities raided the homes of 28 members after conducting an investigation that lasted more than a year in cooperation with American officials.




Thieves steal luxury watches and jewelry from Ramos' home


Madrid: Sergio Ramos' house was robbed, while his four children were inside, while the veteran Seville defender was competing with his team in the first round of the group stage of the Champions League competition, according to what local police reported on Wednesday.

A Spanish police spokeswoman said: “The matter is being investigated,” adding that at the time of the burglary, there were people inside the house, without providing further details.

Local media said that Ramos's four children and the two nannies who took care of them were at home during the robbery that took place in the town of Bolillos de la Metación last September 20, but none of them were harmed. While Pilar Rubio, Ramos' wife, was absent.

The theft occurred during Ramos (37 years old)’s participation with Seville at its “Sanchez Pisjuan” stadium against French club Lens, in a match that ended in a 1-1 draw.

The thieves reportedly stole luxury watches, jewelry, international designer clothes, and cash.

Ramos joined a long list of players in Spain whose homes were robbed while participating in matches, including Frenchman Karim Benzema (currently a Saudi Al-Ittihad player), Alvaro Morata (Atletico Madrid), and retired Barcelona defender Gerard Pique.



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