Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:
The Ukrainian army has damaged one of the bridges over the Dnieper river
Active fighting is taking place in the southern parts of the country. Ukrainian forces report that they have damaged one of two bridges over the Dnieper River.
Defending champions Trabzonspor will take on newcomer Istanbulspor in an away game on Aug. 5 in the opening game of the new Süper Lig season.
Trabzonspor won its first league title in almost 30 years in May and the Black Sea side's supporters were happy to see their team adding the Turkish Super Cup to its museum last week.
Copenhagen – Slovenia’s capital has placed 279th among 344 European cities in the European city air quality viewer with its air quality categorised as poor. Maribor ranks 207th having moderately clean air.
Danish police announced that several people were shot and that one person was arrested in Copenhagen, while the mayor of the Danish capital assessed the situation as "very serious".
The police say that a 22-year-old Dane was arrested and that there are currently no indications that the detainee acted in cooperation with another person.
"The proposals of the French Presidency are the best so far, I'm not just talking about Bulgaria - they are the fairest. (...) Let it be clear: we really have progress for a change in the constitution of North Macedonia and the entry of Bulgarians into the document, which I have been insisting on for a long time. It is already accepted for this to happen".