Russian warship ’seriously damaged’ in ammunition explosion

The Russian navy's Black Sea flagship has been "seriously damaged" by an ammunition explosion, Russian state media said on April 14. 

"As a result of a fire, ammunition detonated on the Moskva missile cruiser. The ship was seriously damaged," the Russian defence ministry was quoted as saying, adding that the cause of the fire was being determined and that the crew had been evacuated.

Zelensky today in Kyiv; Missile strike in the Odessa region

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will talk today in Kyiv with the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, announced the spokesman of the Ukrainian President Sergei Nikiforov.
EU spokesman said on Tuesday that European Foreign Minister Josep Borrell would also travel to Kyiv this week, Reuters recalls.

Missile strike in the Odessa region

Mobile teams of the Ministry of Interior register Ukrainians at hotels in Sunny Beach Bulgaria

10 mobile teams of the Ministry of Interior began to register Ukrainian citizens for temporary protection. The first registrations started today in two of the hotels in Sunny Beach and Sveti Vlas, where most Ukrainians fleeing the war are accommodated, BGNES reported.

Russian War Crimes in Ukraine: Streets of Bucha filled with Dead Bodies, 300 buried in Mass Graves (GRAPHIC)

Nearly 300 people are buried in mass graves in the city of Bucha near the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, as a result of Russian aggression, reported AFP

The corpses of men in civilian clothes scattered on the streets were encountered by journalists who entered the Ukrainian city after it was reclaimed as a result of fierce fighting with the Russian military, the BBC reported.

Air strikes hit Ukraine’s strategic port Odessa

Air strikes rocked Ukraine's strategic Black Sea port Odessa early Sunday morning, according to an interior ministry official, after Kyiv had warned that Russia was trying to consolidate its troops in the south.

"Odessa was attacked from the air," Anton Herashchenko, adviser to the interior minister, wrote on his Telegram account.

Bulgarian Foreign Minister: Over 58 People have Expressed a Desire to Evacuate

There are over 58 people who have expressed a desire to evacuate. This was stated at an extraordinary briefing by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodora Genchovska.

"At this stage, the plans are for a land evacuation. Turkish airlines also continue to fly, so such a transfer could be made to Turkey and then back to Bulgaria," the foreign minister said.