The archbishop of Kiev: 'More than 400 tortured in Izyum'. Zelensky wants more powerful weapons, but Biden says no

The horror denounced by the archbishop of Kiev Sviatoslav Shevchuk: 'Over 400 tortured in Izyum'. The wounded journalist Mattia Sorbi returns to Italy: “Saved by the Russians”. Shoot at the Pope's almsgiver convoy. Zelensky asks for more powerful weapons, but Biden says no

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Archbishop of Kiev Sviatoslav Shevchuk denounces torture of more than 400 people in the liberated city of Izyum. Eleven Russian warships in the Black Sea. Mattia Sorbi, journalist injured in the conflict, returns to Italy. Shoot at the Pope’s almsgiver convoy. Volodymyr Zelensky asks for missile systems with a range of 300 kilometers, but Joe Biden does not want: 'We are trying to avoid World War III'. - Photo | video | video 1 | video 2 | video 3

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THE BISHOP'S COMPLAINT - Sviatoslav Shevchuk, archbishop of Kiev, denounces in a video: “Unfortunately, in those of our territories that have recently been liberated by the occupier, particularly in the Kharkiv region, terrible scenes of torture and abuse of the civilian population are discovered. We all know the cities of Bucha, Borodyanka, Irpin, Hostomel near Kyiv. But what is seen in Izyum and other cities in the Kharkiv region can be dozens of times worse. Near the city of Izyum they found a huge cemetery, mass burial in which more than 400 innocently tortured and killed people have already been identified ”. And again: 'We were all shocked by the video of Balaklia where in the torture chamber on a dark green wall was found - scratched by a prisoner - the prayer 'Our Father'. One can only imagine what the prayer of the prisoners was like in the Russian torture centers located in the Ukrainian region of Kharkiv '. The minibus carrying two bishops, one Catholic and one Protestant, and the cardinal almsman Konrad Krajewski was hit by bullets and forced the group to seek refuge: 'For the first time in my life I did not know where to escape ... - said Krajewski - because running is not enough, you need to know where ”. The cardinal 'is fine'. Meanwhile, the Russians take possession of the seas. The Southern Operational Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces writes on Facebook: 'In the Black Sea, near the coast of Crimea, 11 enemy ships are maneuvering, including three surface-to-surface missile carriers equipped with 24 Kalibr missiles and 4 anti-aircraft missiles'. The fear is that the next attacks on Ukrainian cities could start from there. The Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, the IAEA reports, was finally reconnected to the Ukrainian electricity grid.

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ZELENSKY WANTS POWERFUL WEAPONS - In his usual evening video, Volodymyr Zelensky also returned to the tortures discovered in Izyum: “Torture was a widespread practice in the occupied territories. This is what the Nazis did. This is what the Russians do. And they will respond equally, both on the battlefield and in courtrooms. We will identify all those who tortured, humiliated, who brought these atrocities from Russia here, to our Ukrainian land ”. According to the New York Times, the Ukrainian leader has asked the US for more powerful weapons, in particular a missile system with a range of 305.7 kilometers, with the promise that they will not be used against Russian cities. But Joe Biden would have said no: 'We are trying to avoid World War III'.

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THE WOUNDED JOURNALIST - In the meantime, Mattia Sorbi, the freelance journalist injured in the conflict, returned to Italy shortly after arriving by taxi in the front area near Kherson. There he had jumped on a mine and his driver had died almost immediately. He tells Repubblica that he subsequently heard shooting for a few minutes: “A few shots, not continuous, for 5 or 6 minutes. After a while a drone flies over me. Another half hour passes and four soldiers with Russian symbols emerge from the road near the river. 'Italiansky press', gasp. They realized that I could not move, they placed a soldier with a rifle drawn on the driver who was already dead, and they put me in a bag for the wounded, dragging me towards the river. They yelled at me to resist, they took me to a hut along the river: there were thirty of them, four spoke good English, one qualified as a Donetsk separatist, the others were Russian. They stabilized me and gave me a pain-relieving syringe: in an hour I was at the military hospital in Kherson, immediately operated on '. Now he is at the Niguarda in Milan, he has a damaged nerve in his left foot that prevents him from walking.

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THE MOSCOW REPLY ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS - Joe Biden had stated in an interview that the eventual use of nuclear weapons by Moscow would have involved a change of scenario in the war, with 'consequential' answers. The reply comes by return of post from Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov: 'Read the doctrine, it's all written there.' The reference is to the doctrine according to which Moscow will use tactical nuclear warheads in the event of aggression against the Russian Federation, with attacks capable of putting 'its existence at risk' but also 'the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the state'.