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Ukraine Breaking News Today Live on 03-13-2024

Stay on top of Russia-Ukraine war 03-13-2024 developments on the ground with KyivPost fact-based news, exclusive video footage, photos and updated war maps.

Ukraine Breaking News Today Live on 03-13-2024

Ukraine's Army Chief Says Battlefield Situation 'Difficult'

Ukraine's Army Chief Says Battlefield Situation 'Difficult'
This handout photograph released on February 25, 2024, by the press service of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, shows Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Oleksandr Syrsky (L) visiting the frontline positions at an undisclosed location in eastern Ukraine. (Photo by Handout / Armed Forces of Ukraine / AFP)
Oleksandr Syrsky said he had visited two brigades "where the situation is gradually becoming more complicated and there is a threat of enemy units advancing deep into our battle formations."

Dozens of Drones Bombard Russian Oil Refineries in Record Air Raids

Dozens of Drones Bombard Russian Oil Refineries in Record Air Raids
Screen grab of fire burning at a Ryazan oil refinery in Russia following a Ukrainian drone strike, Ukrainian information platform
Kyiv launched around 70 kamikaze aircraft mostly against energy infrastructure. Two refineries were badly burned.

Ukraine Says Hopes to Get Czech Shells Soon

Ukraine Says Hopes to Get Czech Shells Soon
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala addresses a press conference with the French President at the Czech government's headquarters on March 5, 2024 in Prague, Czech Republic. (Photo by Ludovic MARIN / AFP)
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala said last week his country had raised funds to buy 300,000 artillery shells for Ukraine, lower than the 800,000 initially suggested by the Czech president.

Refugee Shelter Housing 300 Ukrainians Burns Down in Berlin

Refugee Shelter Housing 300 Ukrainians Burns Down in Berlin
Screenshot from DW news fire at Tegel Arrival Centre, Mar. 12, 2024
A fire broke out at one of Germany's largest refugee accommodation centers, positioned at the former Berlin-Tegel airport on Tuesday afternoon, March 12.

France, Germany, Poland to Hold Talks on Ukraine: Warsaw

France, Germany, Poland to Hold Talks on Ukraine: Warsaw
The President of Poland Andrzej Duda speaks during a press conference with Kenyan President WilliaM Ruto (unseen) at the State House in Nairobi on February 5, 2024. (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
Poland, one of Ukraine's staunchest allies, has repeatedly urged its Western partners to up their spending on military aid as Kyiv fends off a Russian invasion.

Conscription Draft Law Consideration Delayed – Parliament Cancels Meeting

Conscription Draft Law Consideration Delayed – Parliament Cancels Meeting
The committee meeting that was supposed to consider amendments to the mobilization draft law was canceled. Some lawmakers accuse the committee of dragging its feet on the controversial bill.

‘We Urge Everyone to Leave Cities Immediately’ – Pro-Kyiv Militias Warn of Strikes on Russian Border Cities

‘We Urge Everyone to Leave Cities Immediately’ – Pro-Kyiv Militias Warn of Strikes on Russian Border Cities
The Freedom of Russia Legion
This announcement comes one day after the groups claimed to have seized Tyotkino village in Russia’s Kursk region.

Digest of Russian Crimes in Ukraine – February to March 2023

Digest of Russian Crimes in Ukraine – February to March 2023
February to March 2023 – residential areas face the brunt of attacks. Kremlin aims to demoralize civilians near front line to undermine support for and morale of the Ukrainian military.

15 Russian Soldiers Convicted in Absentia for Yahidne War Crimes

15 Russian Soldiers Convicted in Absentia for Yahidne War Crimes
Photo: Chernihiv Regional Prosecutor's Office
In the first weeks after Russia’s large-scale invasion, a school basement became a prison for the entire village of Yahidne. A Chernihiv court has just sentenced 15 Russians for war crimes.

French MPs Vote in Favor of Franco-Ukrainian Security Deal, RN, LFI Oppose It

French MPs Vote in Favor of Franco-Ukrainian Security Deal, RN, LFI Oppose It
In a non-binding vote on Tuesday (March 12), a majority French MPs supported the bilateral security agreement between Paris and Kyiv.

Forecasting the Future of Ukrainian and US Democracy

Forecasting the Future of Ukrainian and US Democracy
The national flags of Ukraine and the United States are pictured during a meeting between US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustem Umerov at the Pentagon in Washington, DC, on December 6, 2023. (Photo by ROBERTO SCHMIDT / AFP)
Pertinent insights from a stimulating discussion among US and Ukraine experts.

EXCLUSIVE: Anti-Kremlin Rebel Drone Attacked Grad MLRS, Then "Self-destructed" Complex Cockpit

EXCLUSIVE: Anti-Kremlin Rebel Drone Attacked Grad MLRS, Then "Self-destructed" Complex Cockpit
An exclusive video obtained by the Kyiv Post shows anti-Putin rebels' drones attacked an MLRS, after which a missile from the system descended and pierced the cockpit containing Russian army soldiers.

Biden Sends Ukraine Aid as Poles Warn of Russia Threat

Biden Sends Ukraine Aid as Poles Warn of Russia Threat
US President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 9, 2024. (Photo by Jim WATSON / AFP)
Biden said the stopgap shipment of missiles, shells and ammunition for Kyiv was "not nearly enough" and would run out in a couple of weeks, leaving Ukraine outgunned by Russian forces.

Morning News Update for March 13

Morning News Update for March 13
This photograph on April 4, 2023, shows shells at the workshop of the "Forges de Tarbes" which produces 155mm shells, the munition for French Caesar artillery guns in use by the Ukrainian armed forces, in Tarbes, southwestern France. (Photo by Lionel BONAVENTURE / AFP)
Kyiv Post’s new overnight supplement to War in Ukraine Update for March 13.

Drone Strike Hits Russia Oil Refinery, Several Wounded: Governor

Drone Strike Hits Russia Oil Refinery, Several Wounded: Governor
Drone strikes targeted Russia's oil refineries for the second day in a row on Wednesday, with one sparking a fire and injuring several people after it struck a facility in the Ryazan region.

‘Nothing Will Cure These Sick Men’ – War in Ukraine Update for March 13

‘Nothing Will Cure These Sick Men’ – War in Ukraine Update for March 13
This handout photograph taken and released by Ukrainian Emergency Service on March 12, 2024 shows a damaged residential building following a Russian strike, in Kryvyi Rih. A Russian strike on the central Ukrainian city of Kryvyi Rih left at least three people dead and 38 wounded, including children, according to authorities in Kyiv. (Photo by Handout / UKRAINIAN EMERGENCY SERVICE / AFP)
Russian strikes kill three in central Ukraine, injure children in Sumy region; US and Denmark announce aid packages; Moscow continues to make marginal advances along fronts in Donetsk.