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10:21 PM : I don’t have all the pieces of the puzzle yet, but we’re learning this evening through the paper Evening Belgium is contributing 800 million euros in the 10.1 billion euros it raised for Ukraine this afternoon. We don’t know yet how much France has put on the table.

10:14 pm The region’s governor announced on Telegram that five people were killed and five others wounded in Russian shelling near Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. The region expects a major Russian attack on this region in the coming days.

10:13 pm : Towards a new horror scene as in Boutcha? The Italian news agency ANSA described similar scenes in the town of Makarev, west of Kyiv, where their special correspondent counted 133 bodies, and found their hands tied behind their backs.

9:54 pm : No more searching for the story of the week. This is the story of the official lookalike of Volodymyr Zelensky who managed to escape from Ukraine thanks to the help of his (Polish) lookalike of Vladimir Putin and that (Singaporean) Kim Jong Un. The story of his infiltration in Poland is told by him Washington Post And for this alone, it is worth speaking in the language of Shakespeare.

9:08 PM : War in #Ukraine🎙️MartineAubry: “#Lil has always been side by side with sister cities when a traumatic event occurred. We wanted to show our unconditional support and solidarity with #Kharkiv by giving her honorary citizenship” #cmlille

9:08 PM The city of Lille has just awarded its honorary citizenship to Kharkiv, a Ukrainian city it has twinned with for 45 years, this confirms France 3 Hauts-de-France.

8:59 pm : @citizen This is a questionable interview, and we don’t know if the young woman was speaking under duress.

France 2 journalist Luc Lacroix was specifically present in Mariupol. He went to another maternity ward in Mariupol, and testified to the fact that due to tank fire, the floors became deserted. In the basement, more than a month ago, children were born in the middle of the war. Since the beginning of the conflict, there have been 26 births and not a single child has survived. The first has already been bombed, not much of it remains.

(France 2)

8:47 PM : # VRAIOUFAKE Bisser Pierre. I am wary of all information that comes from Ukraine, whether it is from Ukrainian or Russian sources. A few days ago, the French media reported information that the Russian army had bombed the maternity hospital in Mariupol. Today I am watching a video clip showing the testimony of a pregnant woman who was in the maternity ward at the time of the events, explaining that it was not a shelling but a small explosion without danger. This is the tiktok bfm video link. Do you confirm that in the end there was no bombing by the Russians of the maternity ward in Mariupol?

9:11 pm : Ukraine announces that it has conducted a new prisoner exchange with Russia since the start of the Russian invasion, allowing the release of 12 Ukrainian soldiers and 14 civilians. Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk, the source of the information, did not specify in her account on the Telegraph how many Russians were exchanged for these versions.

8:16 pm : The governor of Russia’s Kursk region, Roman Sturovoit, claimed on Telegram that Ukraine fired mortar shells at a border post near the village of Elizavetovka in the Glushkovsky district. According to him, no harm or injury.

8:04 pm : 20 hours! We rate guaranteed political news at 0%.

• Voting has begun in America and in several overseas territories, such as Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon and Guyana, where turnout at midday is lower than in 2017. This is the first round (and we remind you that we are in reserve until tomorrow evening, 8 evening). Besides, beware of estimates carried forward before 8pm tomorrow.

• An international campaign collected more than 10 billion euros for Ukraine, where Boris Johnson made a surprise visit to the Ukrainian capital. The latest information about the conflict in our lives can be found.

This afternoon, tens of thousands of people took part in climate rallies in several major cities in France.

Rennes returns to the runners-up Paris Saint-Germain after his snatch victory over Reims (3-2) and relegates OM to the third division of the podium.

7:44 PM : Volodymyr Zelensky is asking other countries to follow Britain’s lead by accelerating their arms shipments. ‘Other Western democracies should follow the UK’s lead’He said alongside British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who pledged to provide Kyiv with armored vehicles and anti-ship missiles. The time has come for a comprehensive ban on Russian hydrocarbons, to increase the delivery of weapons to us.

7:06 pm : A completely different atmosphere in Germany, where the government realized that it no longer had any weapons to deliver to Ukraine. German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht admitted in the Augsburger Allgemeine newspaper that Germany has almost exhausted its capabilities to supply Ukraine with materials from its army reserves.. Plan B is on the way: make the arms industry go directly to Volodymyr Zelensky’s forces.

7:03 PM : Boris Johnson did not come to Kyiv empty-handed: the British Prime Minister pledged to provide Ukraine with armored vehicles and anti-ship missiles, to strengthen the Ukrainian army, which, according to him, has achieved. “The greatest weapons of the twenty-first century”.

6:32 PM : Today I met my friend President ZelenskyyUa in Kyiv as a demonstration of our unwavering support for the people of Ukraine. We are putting together a new package of financial and military aid that is proof of our commitment to his country’s struggle against Russia, a barbaric campaign.

6:35 pm : “Today I met my friend President Zelensky in Kyiv to show our unwavering support for the Ukrainian people. (…) We are providing new financial and military aid that demonstrates our commitment to fight for their country against Russia’s barbaric campaign.”

Boris Johnson summed up the purpose of his surprise trip to Kyiv on Twitter.

6:11 pm : 18 hours! Let’s evaluate the news this Saturday evening.

• An international campaign collected more than 10 billion euros for Ukraine, where Boris Johnson made a surprise visit to the Ukrainian capital. The latest information about the conflict in our lives can be found.

• Voting has begun in America and in several overseas territories, such as Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon and Guyana, where turnout at midday is lower than in 2017. This is the first round (and we remind you that we are in reserve until tomorrow evening, 8 evening).

This afternoon, tens of thousands of people took part in climate rallies in several major cities in France.

Former Dunkirk Mayor and Transportation Secretary Michele Delbari has died at the age of 75.

5:59 pm : When Jean-Yves Le Drian [parle de crime contre l’humanitĂ© pour qualifier le bombardement de la gare de Kramatorsk] He said, there are no legal consequences. It is not the word of the politician that will win. The courts of justice are empowered to rule on this requirement. They have the ability to assess whether a crime against humanity has been committed.”

Our journalist Violin Gocent gave an interview to lawyer Clemence Pickart, who represents the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the French Alliance at the International Criminal Court (ICC) after the Foreign Minister said: “It is not the word of politics that will prevail. It is the courts of justice that are empowered to rule on this condition. They have the power to assess whether a crime against humanity has been committed. The full interview can be found here.

(Fadil Sina/AFP)

5:02 PM Today we raised 9.1 billion euros for people fleeing the invasion inside and outside Ukraine. More will come and we will continue to support. Once the bombs stop falling, we will help the people of Ukraine rebuild their country. #StandUpForUkraine

5:10 pm To your kind heart, ladies and gentlemen. An international group has raised 10.1 billion euros to support Ukraine invaded by the Russian army, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced from Warsaw. 9.1 billion were collected, and the European Commission added 1 billion.

4:49 PM : Boris Johnson visited Ukraine To meet President Zelensky in person, in a gesture of solidarity with the Ukrainian people There must be “Providing a new package of financial and military aid”A spokesman for the British Prime Minister’s office said.

4:27 PM Boris Johnson is the first G7 leader to visit Ukraine since the Russian invasion began on February 24.

4:28 pm : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson began a surprise visit to Kyiv with a face-to-face meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, announced Andrech Sepiga, Vice President of the Ukrainian Presidency, who added on his Facebook page: Britain is the leader in military support to Ukraine, the leader of the anti-war coalition, and the leader of sanctions against the Russian aggressor.

4:15 pm Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister, is in Kyiv where he meets with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

3:21 pm : Several hundred Sarajevo residents sent a letter of support to “Courageous people of Ukraine” The march coincided with the thirtieth anniversary of the start of the siege of the Bosnian capital. “We know from our experience that appeals do not stop the killing, but we come together to tell the Ukrainians that they are not alone. They are fighting for all of us who know the importance of the struggle against fascism”Bosnian director Dino Mustafac fired the demonstrators.

3:11 pm : “We are ready to fight and at the same time we are looking for diplomatic ways to stop this war. At the moment we are considering a dialogue at the same time,” he added.

The Ukrainian leader made the remark during a press conference with Austrian Chancellor Karl Nahamer.

2:52 pm : Ukraine “always ready” Talks with Russia, says Volodymyr Zelensky.

3 o’clock. : A missile attack occurred yesterday in Kramatorsk, as civilians gathered to flee this eastern region of the country in fear of a Russian attack. The massacre aroused the resentment of Westerners. Franceinfo returns to the bombing of Kramatorsk that killed more than 50 people.

A corpse carried in a bag near the Kramatorsk station, in Donbass (Ukraine), was bombed on April 8, 2022 (ANDREA CARRUBBA / ANADOLU AGENCY / AFP)

(Andrea Karupa / Anadolu Agency / Agence France-Presse)

2:13 pm : Two o’clock in the afternoon, here is the topic of the news:

• The reserve period began at midnight in France and Corsica, with the approach of the first round of the presidential elections. Therefore, candidates for Elysee membership are prohibited from publishing any propaganda, polls or election results related to the elections, so as not to affect the vote. This rule also applies to the media.

• Can I vote without a voter card? How do I know if I am registered? Do we have to wear a mask to vote? On the eve of the first round, franceinfo answered eight questions about how to use this poll.

• Russia is getting a little closer to default. Financial rating agency S&P Global Ratings on Saturday lowered Russia’s rating on foreign currency payments to a level “selective default”after Moscow repaid dollar debt in rubles earlier this week.

• Mayor of Dunkirk and former Minister of Transportation Michel Delbary has died at the age of 75.

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