Longer-range missiles sent to Ukraine by UK and US are making Russia change tactics

Credit: Sky News- Published on August 11, 2022
New longer-range missiles, given to Ukraine by the UK and US in recent weeks, are forcing Russia to change tactics and are swinging the momentum in Ukraine's favour, Sky News has been told.

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Published on August 9, 2022 -  02:17
At Least 50 Ukrainian Prisoners Of War Killed In Strike On Prison Detention Center
Russia faces growing allegations of war crimes after dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war were massacred in a strike that both countries are blaming on each other. Russia’s military says Ukraine used long-range HIMARS missiles recently provided by the U.S. to hit a prison camp in Russian-held territories in Eastern Ukraine. President Zelenskyy called it a false flag attack by Russia and an act of terrorism, imploring the world to act. Among those killed were the last standing Ukrainian fighters in the Azovstal Steel Plant, according to the Russian Defence Ministry. The U.N. is now calling for an investigation.

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