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Ukraine Breaking News Today Live on 03-16-2024

Stay on top of Russia-Ukraine war 03-16-2024 developments on the ground with KyivPost fact-based news, exclusive video footage, photos and updated war maps.

Ukraine Breaking News Today Live on 03-16-2024

UN Commission Reports Continuing Violations of Human Rights by Russia

UN Commission Reports Continuing Violations of Human Rights by Russia
The UN Human Rights Council Offices in Geneva, Switzerland. Photo: United Nations.
In its follow-up report to the UN on Friday, the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine said Russia’s disregard for the basic principles of humanitarian law continue unabated.

Russian ‘Double-Tap’ Strike Kills 21 in Odesa, Including Rescuers and Top Police Officials

Russian ‘Double-Tap’ Strike Kills 21 in Odesa, Including Rescuers and Top Police Officials
EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / This handout photograph taken and released by Ukrainian Emergency Service on March 15, 2024 shows rescuers extinguishing a fire at the site of a missile attack in Odesa. Ukrainian authorities said on March 15, 2024 that the death toll from a Russian strike on the Black Sea port city of Odesa had grown to 14 with dozens more injured. (Photo by Handout / UKRAINIAN EMERGENCY SERVICE / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / UKRAINIAN EMERGENCY SERVICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
A Russian ballistic missile attack struck a residential area in Ukraine’s Black Sea port city of Odesa killing at least 21 people, in Moscow’s deadliest attack in weeks, Ukrainian officials said.

British Defence Intelligence Update Ukraine 16 March 2024

British Defence Intelligence Update Ukraine 16 March 2024
British Defence Intelligence.
Latest from the British Defence Intelligence.

Morning News Update, March 16

Morning News Update, March 16
Brussels Solidifies $4.9 Billion Funding for Ukraine; US Washington State Backs Ukraine in Meeting with Kyiv Oblast Governor; Sumy Officials Start Evacuations of Communities Close to Russian Border.

Accepting New Realities at Home and Abroad

Accepting New Realities at Home and Abroad
A national flag of Ukraine flies in front of the landmark Independence Monument in Kyiv on February 24, 2023, on the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
Ukraine in the conditions of a protracted war and changes in the approaches of the US.

Putin 'Only Understands Force:' Russian Chess Legend

Putin 'Only Understands Force:' Russian Chess Legend
Former Russian Chess Grandmaster and political activist, Garry Kasparov, speaks during an interview with AFP following a press conference in association with the World Liberty Congress to urge action on political prisoners around the world, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, March 12, 2024. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)
The former world chess champion, who last week was put on Russia's list of "extremists," called for more military aid to Kyiv against a "terrorist regime that only understands force."

ISW Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, March 15, 2024

ISW Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, March 15, 2024
ISW - map.
Latest from the Institute for the Study of War.

Lessons Ukraine Can Take from a History of Wartime Conscription

Lessons Ukraine Can Take from a History of Wartime Conscription
Nine young men who have enlisted in the Regular Army wait outside the Fair Park recruiting station in Dallas, Texas, in January 1946. The AAD resource has 9.2 million records for enlistments in the Army, Enlisted Reserve Corps, and Women s Army Auxiliary Corps for the period 1938–1946. (111-SC-235858). Photo: www.archives.gov
As Ukraine’s politicians and citizens debate the need for conscription, it is worth considering the arguments in a broader historical and geographical context