In Sloviansk and Kramatorsk, evacuations continue before the Russian offensive

By bus or train, the inhabitants of the twin cities of Kramatorsk and Sloviansk continue to be evacuated before a Russian offensive is announced to be imminent and massive in this region of eastern Ukraine. Around 8 o’clock on this rainy Tuesday, a green and yellow bus in the colors FC Kramatorsk, a second division … Read more

more than 4.6 million people have fled Ukraine

Published on: 04/12/2022 – 06:34Changed: 04/12/2022 – 14:02 Russian forces on Tuesday maintain pressure on the strategic port city of Mariupol, which Ukrainian soldiers are desperately trying to defend, and on eastern Ukraine, where Kiev expects a major offensive soon. More than 4.6 million Ukrainian refugees have fled their country since the invasion ordered by … Read more

In a Ukrainian village, on the trail of the bodies of the Russian occupation

In the collection of corpses in the Ukrainian village Andriivka there is a ritual: First a yellow question mark is marked on the house, then the police arrive to dig up the grave. Finally, the relatives are confronted with the sad discovery. Some of them are stoic and resigned to the remains of a loved … Read more

military operation in Ukraine continues, says Lavrov, as well as talks

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Monday that tens of thousands of people were likely killed in the Russian attack on Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine. He once again called for help to “survive the war”. On the diplomatic side, the Austrian chancellor, Karl Nehammer, is expected to go to Moscow after he left for Ukraine … Read more

“I do not know if love makes you blind, but hatred certainly makes you deaf”

Today, because it resonates tragically in Ukraine, in the absurdity of a fratricidal conflict, it is crucial to understand where the hatred comes from. Fruitful analysis by the philosopher Philippe Saltel. What is hatred? For more than twenty-five years, Philippe Saltel, professor of philosophy, has questioned this “odious passion,” as he calls it, through the … Read more

Puy du Fou, God and the far right … The world of the Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofeev

This is the first lawsuit in the United States against a Russian oligarch since the start of the invasion of Ukraine. On April 6, US prosecutors accused Konstantin Malofeev, an ultra-conservative close to Vladimir Putin, of violating sanctions. His commercial interests, from Greece to Africa to the annexed Crimea, reveal the extent of his ideological … Read more

more than 4.4 million Ukrainian refugees, a record since World War II

Published on: 09/04/2022 – 06:55Changed: 09/04/2022 – 14:57 In the wake of a missile attack on the Kramatorsk railway station in eastern Ukraine that left at least 52 people dead, including five children, the President of Ukraine is calling on international leaders to launch a ‘strong global response’. Russia, for its part, denies any responsibility … Read more

Volodymyr Zelensky’s challenge to the UN Security Council

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday called on the UN Security Council to reform or dissolve, pointing to its inability to maintain peace. With five permanent members with the right of veto, including Russia, this system, which dates back to World War II, now shows its limits. Decryption. Volodymyr Zelensky did not break the words … Read more

In Boutcha, the residents return after the departure of the “bastards”

Hanna Predko had fled Boutcha, was bombed and then occupied for a month by Russian soldiers, accused of having committed atrocities there. On Thursday, she returned home, “happy” that the Ukrainian army had “chased these bastards away.” With her three children, she left the city after the first bombings on 24 February. She sought refuge … Read more

In a divided country, Sarajevo commemorates 30 years of its siege with its eyes facing Ukraine

Thirty years ago, on April 6, 1992, the siege of Sarajevo, the longest in modern history, began. For more than three and a half years, the 360,000 inhabitants were trapped under fire by Bosnian Serb forces and monitored by the whole world. Three decades later, the images of the victims of the war in Ukraine … Read more