16 September 2022 - Ukraine Special Weapons News
- U.S., EU Express Shock Over Discovery Of Graves In Ukraine; Putin Vows To Press Ahead With War RFE/RL 16 Sep 2022 -- Western diplomats have reacted with shock to the discovery of a mass burial site and evidence of torture in Izyum days after the city was retaken from Russian forces during Ukraine's successful offensive in the northeastern Kharkiv region.
- Deadly Explosions Hit Buildings Of Russian Occupation Officials In Ukraine's Kherson, Luhansk Regions RFE/RL 16 Sep 2022 -- Deadly explosions have rocked office buildings used by Russian-imposed authorities in the occupied Ukrainian regions of Kherson and Luhansk, killing two separatist prosecutors and other officials.
- Ukraine Says 'Torture Centers' Found in Recaptured Territory; UN Wants to Investigate Mass Graves VOA 16 Sep 2022 -- Parts of northeastern Ukraine are starting to yield evidence of a brutal Russian occupation, according to investigators who have regained access following Kyivâ€™s recent successful counteroffensive.
- Pentagon Press Secretary Air Force Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder Holds an On-Camera Press Briefing DoD 16 Sep 2022
- UN Allows Ukraine's Zelenskiy To Prerecord General Assembly Address RFE/RL 16 Sep 2022 -- The UN General Assembly has voted to let Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy address next week's annual meeting of world leaders in a prerecorded video.
- Belarusian 'Railway Guerrilla' Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison RFE/RL 16 Sep 2022 -- A court in the eastern Belarusian city of Vitsebsk has sentenced a man to 15 years in prison on charges of damaging railways to disrupt the supply of Russian arms and troops to war-torn Ukraine.
- Ukraine War, Energy Issues Muddle Azerbaijan-Armenia Peace Efforts VOA 16 Sep 2022 -- Armenia and Azerbaijan appear to have negotiated a cease-fire in the past day, pausing fighting that has reportedly killed more than 170 troops on both sides since fighting erupted earlier this week.
- Ukrainian Volunteer Paramedic Describes 'Hell' Of Russian Captivity To U.S. Lawmakers RFE/RL 16 Sep 2022 -- A volunteer Ukrainian paramedic who was captured in the port city of Mariupol and held for three months told U.S. lawmakers on September 15 about the deplorable conditions of her captivity and how she comforted fellow Ukrainian detainees before they succumbed to torture and untreated wounds.
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