Updates from Ukraine
⚡️Media: France to train up to 2,000 Ukrainian soldiers.— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) October 15, 2022
French President Emmanuel Macron has backed a proposal to train up to 2,000 Ukrainian soldiers in the country, French Defense Minister Sebastien Lecornu told Le Parisien newspaper on Oct. 15.
⚡️Elon Musk says his company to continue funding Starlink service in Ukraine.— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) October 16, 2022
The world’s richest man announced on Twitter on Oct. 15 that his company would continue to fund the operation of the Starlink internet service in Ukraine.
Усі, хто здається в український полон, зберігають життя – Зеленськийhttps://t.co/oKj6hlVizp pic.twitter.com/Fr0UNSGdyY— Ukrinform (@UKRINFORM) October 15, 2022
Elon Musk signaled he could continue funding the Starlink satellite service that is currently providing internet for Ukraine and its military, raising the prospect that he might back down from his earlier threat to stop paying for the emergency network. https://t.co/PPK1cEQtjH— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 15, 2022
Russia is using rape and sexual violence as part of its “military strategy” in Ukraine, a UN envoy said this week https://t.co/5XebfuEiHe— CNN (@CNN) October 15, 2022
Concerns about electricity and fuel supplies are growing in Ukraine as Russian airstrikes leave parts of Kyiv without power and winter approaches https://t.co/NBME3PSYIq— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 15, 2022
Millions of women and children have been impacted by Ukraine.— United Nations (@UN) October 16, 2022
They have lost their homes, jobs, families & safety.
They need peace now.@UN_Women is working to help those affected by the war.
You can help: https://t.co/mrMjJ12gs4 pic.twitter.com/bepjm0U9ib
Ukrainian citizens are using an app feature called "e-Enemy" to report the movements of Russian troops. It's changing how military intelligence works in a warzone. https://t.co/BBogvHJCIz— WIRED (@WIRED) October 15, 2022
Elon Musk promises to fund Starlink in Ukraine ‘indefinitely’ https://t.co/SDJ1dPX90s— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) October 15, 2022