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  1. At least 39 people, including four children, were killed in a Russian rocket strike in east Ukraine today as civilians tried to evacuate to safer parts of the country, said the country's security service. Besides, over 100 were also wounded, the state railway company added.
  2. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky described Russia as an "evil with no limits" after the rocket attack. "They are cynically destroying the civilian population. This is an evil that has no limits. And if it is not punished, it will never stop," he said.
  3. Britain added Russian President Vladimir Putin's daughters to its sanctions list, mirroring moves by the United States.
  4. French President Emmanuel Macron said that he expects Russian forces to step up their attacks in the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine in the coming weeks, leading to further "difficult scenes" after the reported atrocities against civilians near Kiev.
  5. The defence ministers of Turkey, Britain and Italy will meet in Istanbul today to discuss Russia's invasion of Ukraine and security ties between the three NATO allies.
  6. Japan expelled eight Russian diplomats, saying it was in response to Russia's actions in Ukraine including the killing of civilians.
  7. The Foreign Minister of Turkey, which is hosting negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, said the recent images from Bucha and other areas have "overshadowed" what had been an "emerging positive atmosphere".
  8. World food prices hit their "highest levels ever" in March as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has disrupted wheat and coarse grain exports, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization said.
  9. The United Nations General Assembly yesterday voted to suspend Russia from the UN Human Rights Council as punishment for the invasion of Ukraine. It is only the second-ever suspension of a country from the council after Libya in 2011.
  10. The "new mayor" of Mariupol, put in place by pro-Russian forces, announced that around 5,000 civilians have died in the besieged southeastern Ukrainian city.

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