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LIVE: 152nd day of Russian aggression against Ukraine

Ukraine is determined to restart grain exports from its Black Sea ports under a deal aimed at easing global food shortages but it has warned deliveries would suffer if a Russian missile strike on Odesa on Sunday was a sign of more to come. According to the Ukrainian military, two Kalibr missiles fired from Russian warships hit the area of a pumping station at the port and two others were shot down by air defence forces.

07:42 CEST

European Commission President Ursula @vonderLeyen said Europe must be prepared for a complete stoppage of gas supplies from #Russia, which will happen "sooner or later".

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) July 25, 2022

07:32 CEST

Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine – 25 July 2022

Find out more about the UK government’s response:

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— Ministry of Defence ���� (@DefenceHQ) July 25, 2022

07:19 CEST

Russian forces carried out several attacks on the military targets in Odesa and Donetsk, Russia’s Ministry of Defense said on Sunday.

Russia also struck Ukrainian troops and an ammunition depot in Mykolaiv.

07:02 CEST

Occupation authorities form pro-#Russian units of children in #Mariupol, reports Piotr Andriushchenko, advisor to the city’s mayor.

According to him, the occupation authorities are gathering children and teenagers that march through the streets and sing #Soviet songs.

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) July 25, 2022

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