World NewsRussia Ukraine War: Sumi chemical plant damaged in a Russian airstrike.

Russia Ukraine War: Sumi chemical plant damaged in a Russian airstrike.

Russia Ukraine War: Damage to Sumy chemical plant, ammonia gas leaks; appeal for people to go underground.

The war between Russia and Ukraine is on its 26th day. Meanwhile, Ukraine has made it clear that he will not surrender. Despite the fierce battle in Mariupol, the Ukrainian army has refused to surrender. Meanwhile, Ukraine claims to have killed a separatist leader in the war. Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian president, says if talks with Putin fail, there will be a third world war.

Four killed in Kyiv

In Kyiv, four people died in Russian attacks. The state emergency service reports that several places caught fire after the Russian attacks. Four people died as a result. Another person was injured.

Ammonia gas leaks from Sumi Chemical Plant

A Ukrainian airstrike caused a leak of ammonia gas at the Sumy Chemical Plant. Dimitro Zyvetsky, the governor of Sumy Oblast, said ammonia escaped from the Sumykhinprom chemical plant at 4:30 a.m. Moscow time. An area of 2.5 km has been affected by this.
People living in the affected area are advised to seek shelter underground immediately.

Naveen’s body reached the ancestral house

Naveen Shekharappa’s mortal remains have reached his native Haveri in Karnataka, where he was killed in a Russian shooting in Ukraine. Naveen’s family members paid him their last respects in Haveri. He died in Ukraine on March 1.

Russia detained more than 900 people

Since the attack on Ukraine, more than 900 people have been detained by Russia. They are all Russians protesting against Putin, opposing the war, for several days now.

Ukraine itself blew up the railway bridge

A big announcement has been made in the midst of the Russia-Ukraine war. The Ukrainian army blew up its own bridge in the Azov Sea, according to the information.

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