Russia Ukraine war live news updates:
Russian forces intensified their bombardment of Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, the US said. Residents of the northeastern city of Sumy fled west in buses, a train and their own vehicles, taking advantage of humanitarian corridors.
US stocks fell for a fourth day and Brent crude rose to $129 a barrel, the highest since 2008, after another volatile session on energy markets. In Washington, President Joe Biden announced import curbs on Russian oil, liquefied natural gas and coal. The UK said it would phase in similar restrictions over several months, though gas was excluded.
All Indian students stranded in the war-torn Ukrainian city of Sumy have been moved out and flights under Operation Ganga
are being prepared to bring them back home, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Tuesday.
The Indian Embassy in Ukraine
issued an advisory urging all stranded Indian nationals to make use of “humanitarian corridor” announced in various parts of Ukraine
and evacuate using trains, vehicles or any other available means of transport giving due consideration to safety.
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