In the May 13 issue:
- The Ukrainian military smashed a Russian armored column trying to cross the Seversky Donets in the Donbas. We are talking about the situation at the front.
- The Russians continue to fire on Azovstal. Ukrainian authorities agree to evacuate people from the plant’s dungeon. What is currently known about this – we are talking live with BBC correspondent Olga Malchevskaya.
- The trial of the first Russian serviceman accused of killing a civilian has begun in Ukraine. The prosecutor’s office claims that 21-year-old Vadim Shishimarin killed an unarmed man in the Sumy region in the first days of the war.
- How tangible is the war in Ukraine outside of Ukraine? An exclusive story of Azerbaijani student Huseyn Abdullayev, who spent months in Russian captivity only because he was considered a volunteer who helped the defenders of Mariupol.
- Britain is imposing sanctions on Putin’s inner circle. The sanctions list includes Alina Kabayeva, her grandmother Anna Zatsepilina, as well as Putin’s ex-wife and relatives.
- Ukraine will receive an additional 500 million euros in military assistance. This was promised by EU chief diplomat Joseph Borrell. We are talking more about this with the BBC correspondent Grigory Zhigalov live from Brussels.
- Ukrainian military pushes Russian forces away from Kharkiv. The Russians caused significant damage, including the destruction of the museum of the philosopher and poet Hryhoriy Skovoroda in Skovorodynivka. It was there, on the ruins, that a BBC correspondent spoke with poet Serhiy Zhadan, who is volunteering.
- The final of the Eurovision Song Contest will take place this weekend in Turin, Italy. Ukraine is predicted to win. How did the musicians of the Kalush Orchestra prepare for the performance and with what mood did they go to the competition? We ask BBC correspondent Victoria Zhugan.
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