Zelenskyy warns that Russia could attack a major hydroelectric dam. Moscow orders arrest of rebel TV reporter

The announcement that 15,000 new Russian troops have been deployed to Belarus may be a ruse, the UK said. “On October 15, 2022, Belarusian authorities released a video of Russian troops arriving in Belarus,” the Ministry of Defense said in a daily information update. It seems impossible: Russian troops are sent to Ukraine. The announcement was “probably an attempt to show solidarity between Russia and Belarus and to persuade Ukraine”. Defend the northern borders.”— Natasha Turak A Russian court has ordered the arrest of a journalist who criticized the war on state TV. The act that triggered Marina Ovsyannikova’s early house arrest was when she heard a poster on a live night broadcast. Russian and English, “No war” and “Stop war, don’t trust propaganda, you are being lied to.” Russia opposes war.” STR | Nurphoto | Getty Images A Russian court ordered the arrest of Marina Ovsyannikova, a TV reporter for Channel One Russia, a state-run news outlet that brought the war to the public in March. After years of working for the national news media, Ovsyannikova later said, “I’m ashamed to work for the Kremlin’s propaganda.” A mix of Russian and English, “No war” and “Stop war, don’t trust proganda, you are lying.” are receiving. The Russians are against the war. “” The court ordered Ovsyannikova to detain her for 1 month and 29 days from the moment her accused was extradited to the Russian Federation or was arrested in the Russian Federation. Court officials say Marina Ovsyannikova has been charged with “untrusting” the Russian military, according to local news agency Interfax. Alexander Nemenov | AFP | Getty Images Act immediately after starting the invasion of Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr said Russia was preparing the Kakhovka hydroelectric project, calling the war a “special military operation” and could face up to 15 years in prison. warned Zelenskyy said in his nightly speech: Valentyn Ogirenko | ReutersUkrainian Presiden t Volodymyr Zelenskyy warns that Russia could attack the hydroelectric dam in Kherson, where Ukraine’s counterattack is on the rise. km).”Russia is preparing the Kakhovka hydroelectric project,” Zelenskyy said in a night speech. “According to our information, aggregates and dams in Kakhovka HPP were mined by Russian terrorists.” He warned that this would lead to “a catastrophe on a large scale” and that “this terrorist attack could destroy it. Others… Water supply from the Dnipro River to Crimea If the Kakhovka HPP dam is destroyed, the Northern Crimean Canal will simply disappear. no see.” The war and Moscow annexed territory illegally in early October, but its military is now ordering civilians to evacuate as new clashes approach.— Natasha TurakBlinken discusses humanitarian crisis in Ukraine with UN Secretary-General . Event hosted by the Asia Society Policy Institute at George Washington University, Washington DC on May 26, 2022. Jim Watson | AFP | Getty Images Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres of continued coordination to address Ukraine’s urgent security and humanitarian crisis. In light of Russia’s attempts to illegally annex Ukrainian territory,” the US State Department said. – Russian President Amanda Massias Vladimir Putin and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu visit a military training camp outside Ryazan. Western forces outside the village of Ryazan. Mobilization Reserve Army Training Center October 20, 2022. Mikhail Klimentyev | dpa | Getty Images Russian President Vladimir Putin (center) and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (right) meet on October 20, 2022 in the Western Military District outside the village of Ryazan. Mikhail Klimentyev | dpa | Getty Images Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) meets with soldiers at a military training center in the Western Military District on October 20, 2022 outside the village of Ryazan (Photo by Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/AFP) MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/Sputnik/AFP via Getty Images Mikhail Klimentyev | dpa | Getty Images – Mikhail Klimentyev | AFP | Getty Images Read CNBC’s previous live coverage here.
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