Top 10 world news: Russia accused of bombing school housing hundreds in Ukraine and more, World News

Ukrainian authorities said on Sunday that Russia bombed a school housing 400 people in the besieged port of Mariupol, as Moscow claimed to have fired hypersonic missiles into Ukraine again, the second time it had used the new weapon. generation on its neighbour. North Korea appears to have fired a short-range multiple rocket launcher, the South Korean military said on Sunday.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the siege of Mariupol, a strategic mainly Russian-speaking port in the southeast where utilities and communications were cut for days, would be considered a war crime.

Ukraine sees high risk of attack from Belarus on western Volyn region


President Volodymyr Zelensky’s office said on Sunday that Ukraine saw a high risk of an attack on the Volyn region in western Ukraine launched from Belarus.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sparks outrage by comparing Ukraine crisis to Brexit


Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Brexit showed Britons love freedom in the same way Ukrainians fight Russia’s invasion, comments deemed tasteless by lawmakers and opposition commentators.

Pope condemns ‘massacres and atrocities’ in Ukraine


“The violent aggression against Ukraine is unfortunately not slowing down,” he told around 30,000 people in St. Peter’s Square for his weekly Sunday address and blessing.

Switzerland ready to pay for the defense of democracy in the Russian-Ukrainian war, says the Prime Minister


Swiss President Ignazio Cassis said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was motivated by “devastating madness” and that Switzerland was ready to pay the price for protecting freedom and democracy.

US Gunsmith Donates $200,000 Abandoned Rifles to Ukrainian Forces


An abandoned order for rifles, worth $200,000, is donated to Ukraine by an arms manufacturing plant in Florida.

North Korea fires multiple rocket launchers, South Korean military says


“This morning there was firing in North Korea, which is believed to be multiple rocket launchers, and our military was monitoring the situation and maintaining a preparedness posture,” the joint chiefs said. South Korean joint forces.

Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group claims responsibility for Saudi Arabia drone attack


The Iran-aligned Houthi group in Yemen fired missiles and drones at Saudi energy and water desalination facilities, which oil company Saudi Aramco said had no impact on supply or cause casualties.

COVID-19: 2.5 million infected in Hong Kong, top government adviser estimates


A senior government adviser in Hong Kong has estimated that 2.5 million Hong Kongers may have already been infected with COVID-19.

Misinformation: WHO lists 3 misleading facts leading to Omicron surge


As Omicron BA.2 is producing an unprecedented number of COVID infections worldwide, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that there is some “misinformation” circulating about the virus that is causing a general misunderstanding.

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