War in Ukraine: Update on January 19

Ukraine called off the search for survivors on Tuesday The ruins of a residential building destroyed by a Russian missile in Dnipro, in the southeast of the country. The bombing killed 45 people and injured 79 since the Russian offensive began on February 24, 2022.

The rescue operation lasted for 69 hours. […] 79 people including 16 children were injured. 28 people are currently hospitalized, 10 are in critical condition. 45 people were killed, including six children, the youngest of whom was 11 months old“, wrote Kyrillo Tymoshenko, adviser to the Ukrainian president, in Telegram in the evening.

According to the Ukrainian president, about 1,700 people lived in the building. “236 residences were damaged. More than 400 people have lost their homes“, added the adviser to the President.

At the same time, the head of British diplomacy, James Wise, on Tuesday justified sending tanks to Ukraine to help the country “Push back“The Russians in the east and south of the country, while the United States has indicated a new US military assistance was in sight.

This morning, a helicopter crashed near a school in the Kyiv region, killing 18 people, including the interior minister and three children.

On the Russian side, Russian President Vladimir Putin will announce a second wave of mobilization for the war in Ukraine in the coming days, according to the US Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

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