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20:55 France will also send Ukraine more weapons Germany and the Netherlands have announced shipments of weapons to Ukraine today. We're now hearing that France has also pledged to deliver more military aid. President Macron's office says the country will send defensive weapons and fuel, Reuters reports. It adds it will also take action against "Russian media and influencers" spreading misinformation about the conflict EU Council President Charles Michel said on Twitter that the union of 27 member states would "facilitate deliveries of military aid from the EU to Ukraine". He did not give further details but EU foreign ministers are meeting tomorrow to discuss a new package for the Ukrainian armed forces. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 20:3020:30 Netherlands confirms new military support to Ukraine Anna Holligan BBC News Hague correspondent The Netherlands has promised it will send additional military support to Ukraine. The shipment includes 200 Stinger missiles and 50 Panzerfaust-3 anti-tank weapons with 400 missiles. Defence Minister Kasja Ollongren says they are also investigating, in co-operation with Germany, the possibility of supplying Patriot missiles to a Nato battlegroup being formed in Slovakia. "There was a careful but, given the circumstances, shortened check to make sure this meets weapons exports criteria," she says. Stingers can be deployed against planes and helicopters with a range of up to 5km (3.1 miles). The Dutch army possesses two types – a portable missile fired from the shoulder and one which can be mounted on an armoured vehicle. The Netherlands' parliament already agreed to provide ballistic vests, combat helmets, sniper rifles, ammunition and mine detection systems. Some of those items are understood to have been sent this morning. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 20:0920:09 I'm horrified by invasion, Russian protester tells BBC Hamzah Abbas BBC News Russian policemen detain a protestor during a rally against the entry of Russian troops into Ukraine in Moscow, Russia, 25 February 2022 EPACopyright: EPA A protester who attended anti-war demonstrations in Moscow last week has told the BBC that they are "horrified" by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The protester, who the BBC has chosen not to identify due to the threat of arrest by Russian police, said they had attended the demonstrations in the knowledge that they faced detention. Since signing an anti-war letter that appeared online, the protester has been told by their employer that they must sign a declaration admitting they attended the protests in error or face losing their job. "I want Putin to be removed from office by some democratic, legal process," they said, adding that nobody in Russia thought he would launch an invasion of Ukraine. But they said Western sanctions, such as stripping Russia of the right to host the Champions League final, are unfair and target ordinary Russians, rather than the country's elites. They added that Russia's suspension from the Council of Europe - the continent's oldest political body which aims to uphold human rights, democracy and the rule of law - opens ordinary Russians up to abuses from the government. Earlier on Saturday, ex-PM and ex-president Dmitry Medvedev suggested in a social media post that Russia's expulsion could allow the regime to reintroduce the death penalty. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 19:5519:55 What's the situation on the ground? Map showing attacks from overnight and area of control close up BBCCopyright: BBC Russian forces have regained control of Hostomel airport, to the west of Kyiv, which was attacked by airborne troops. Russian forces arrived in the Obolon district of Kyiv on Friday, less than 6 miles (9 km) from the city centre. There were attacks on the capital early on Saturday but the Ukrainian government remains in control and has imposed a curfew until Monday morning. Map showing how much of Ukraine is under Russian control BBCCopyright: BBC Russia is now in full control of significant parts of Ukraine's territory. Troops are spreading out in parts of the north, east and south, with missile strikes and artillery clearing the way for advancing Russian forces. Map showing which countries have closed airspace to Russian flights BBCCopyright: BBC More countries have closed their airspace to Russian planes. Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia and Romania today all said they would make such a move. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 19:3819:38 On the ground: Long queues of people willing to fight Lyse Doucet Chief International Correspondent Ukrainians in Dnipro queue to volunteer to fight Tony BrownCopyright: Tony Brown People in the central city of Dnipro wait to enlistImage caption: People in the central city of Dnipro wait to enlist In recent weeks there's been a constant traffic of arms, ammunition, and cyber and communications equipment coming to Kyiv and other places in Ukraine from Nato armies. But there are no Nato troops on the ground and that causes some bitterness here. Ukrainians feel, and the president has often said, that when it comes to this fight, it's the Ukrainians who are doing it. You have the most advanced of Nato weaponry but then you have the most basic of patriotic resolve. Every time we've driven by one of these offices where Ukrainians can register to volunteer, there's always a long queue. We saw one on Friday evening. Large crowds of men surging into this open yard, showing their passports, and getting tape strapped around their arms. Almost no combat experience, just a resolve to defend their streets, to defend their families and to defend their country. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 19:2819:28 Truss draws up new Russian oligarch sanctions hit-list UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has drawn up a new hit-list of Russian oligarchs to be sanctioned, The Sunday Times reports. Liz Truss says more of the super-rich linked to Vladimir Putin's regime will be hit with restrictions in the coming weeks. The paper says she warned them: “We will come after you... there will be nowhere left to hide." Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 19:1819:18 Africans fleeing Ukraine report discrimination at borders Stephanie Hegarty BBC News Ukrainian refugees Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images Refugees at the border with SlovakiaImage caption: Refugees at the border with Slovakia Africans trying to escape from Ukraine are complaining of difficulty and discrimination at land borders into the EU. Ruqqaya, a Nigerian medical student who was studying at university in Kharkiv, walked for 11 hours overnight to arrive at Medyka-Shehyni, at the border with Poland this morning. At the border she was told by border guards to wait as Ukrainians had to be let through first. She says she has watched busloads of people, who she described as white, being allowed through the border while only a handful of Africans have been selected from the queue. Ruqqaya is trying to get to Warsaw to catch a flight she has booked home to Nigeria. Another group of students say they are stuck on the border with Przemyśl where Ukrainian border guards won’t allow them to pass. “This is not happening to Ukrainians,” says Timothy Adegbile, a medical student in Lviv. However, a Polish border force spokesperson says: "Everyone who arrives at the Polish border from Ukraine is being allowed entry regardless of nationality." Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 19:1419:14 Zelensky hails Germany's weapons U-turn Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky has welcomed Germany's decision to send weapons to Ukraine to help fight the Russian invasion. As we've reported, the move represents a major U-turn from Berlin on its longstanding policy of not sending lethal aid to conflict zones. Tweeting in English, Zelensky wrote: "Germany has just announced the provision of anti-tank grenade launchers and stinger missiles to Ukraine. Anti-war coalition in action!" Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 19:0519:05 Reason behind Abramovich move unclear The statement we have reported below is all we have from Roman Abramovich for now. Abramovich, who made his fortune in oil and gas in the 1990s, became owner of the companies that control Chelsea in 2003 and is reportedly close to Russian President Vladimir Putin. A number of Western countries have placed sanctions on Putin and his foreign minister in recent days, including the UK, EU, and US. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:5918:59 BREAKING Abramovich hands over 'stewardship' of Chelsea Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has handed "stewardship" of the football club to the trustees of its charitable foundation. In a statement he said: Quote Message: During my nearly 20-year ownership of Chelsea FC, I have always viewed my role as a custodian of the Club, whose job it is ensuring that we are as successful as we can be today, as well as build for the future, while also playing a positive role in our communities. I have always taken decisions with the Club’s best interest at heart. I remain committed to these values. During my nearly 20-year ownership of Chelsea FC, I have always viewed my role as a custodian of the Club, whose job it is ensuring that we are as successful as we can be today, as well as build for the future, while also playing a positive role in our communities. I have always taken decisions with the Club’s best interest at heart. I remain committed to these values. Quote Message: That is why I am today giving trustees of Chelsea’s charitable Foundation the stewardship and care of Chelsea FC. I believe that currently they are in the best position to look after the interests of the Club, players, staff, and fans." That is why I am today giving trustees of Chelsea’s charitable Foundation the stewardship and care of Chelsea FC. I believe that currently they are in the best position to look after the interests of the Club, players, staff, and fans." Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:4518:45 Millions in Bitcoin pouring into Ukraine from anonymous donors Joe Tidy Cyber-security reporter A bitcoin logo Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images Cryptocurrency analysts say at least $9m (£6.7m) has so far been donated to the Ukrainian war effort through anonymous Bitcoin donations. Researchers at Elliptic, a blockchain analysis company, say that the Ukrainian government, NGOs and volunteer groups have raised the money by advertising their bitcoin wallet addresses online. More than 4,000 donations have been made so far, with one unknown donor gifting Bitcoin worth $3m to an NGO, while the average donation is $95. The official Twitter account of the Ukrainian state called on users to "stand with the people of Ukraine" and said it was accepting donations in the form of Bitcoin, Ethereum and USDT cryptocurrencies. It also posted addresses for two cryptocurrency wallets and within four hours had raised more than $3.3m from donations. Elliptic founder Tom Robinson told the BBC: "Whereas some crowdfunding and payments companies have refused to allow donations to be made to groups supporting the Ukrainian military, cryptocurrencies have emerged as a powerful alternative.” Cryptocurrency fund raising has become a modern part of war with cases also seen in other recent conflict zones around the world. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:3818:38 'I never believed Russia would invade - until it did' Ilya Barabanov BBC Russian Service, in Kyiv People take cover in subway stations ReutersCopyright: Reuters Russian journalist Ilya Barabanov came to Ukraine in 2014 to cover the "Maidan" protests, when then-President Viktor Yanukovych was deposed over decisions moving the country away from the EU and closer to Russia. Here he describes his shock, as a Russian, at the invasion of Ukraine. I covered events in Crimea when Russia illegally annexed the Ukrainian peninsula. And I was in the east of Ukraine when Russian-backed separatists proclaimed their "people's republics". From the first day of conflict in eastern Ukraine, Russia denied its presence there. But I remember very clearly in September 2014, I saw these tanks with my own eyes in a town just over the border from Russia. I also witnessed Russian troops from the Far East region of Buryatia supporting rebel fighters during a bloody battle in the Donetsk region in February 2015. I remembered all of these things, as well as the poisoning of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, the appalling fraud at the last Russian elections and the changes to the constitution introduced in order to allow Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036. Yet I still could not believe it that the Russian president would start a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Like many people I had listened to the US warnings in recent months but I just couldn't imagine it would really happen. It was not until the hotel concierge was standing by my bed on Thursday morning telling me war had started that I believed it. And from that moment, everything changed. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:3018:30 Hungarian PM supports all EU sanctions on Russia Mr Orban was previously considered Putin’s strongest ally among EU leaders. TASS/GETTY IMAGESCopyright: TASS/GETTY IMAGES Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has told the BBC his country will fully support all EU sanctions against Russia. Orban was previously considered Putin’s strongest ally in the EU. On a visit to Hungary's eastern border with Ukraine, where a steady stream of refugees are crossing, Orban said all European countries, including Hungary, condemned Russia. “This is not the time to be clever, this is time to be united. It's a war and we have to get the situation back to prior to the war and restore the peace,” he said. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:2318:23 What’s the latest? Smoke rises from a Russian tank destroyed by the Ukrainian forces in the Luhansk region AFP via Getty ImagesCopyright: AFP via Getty Images Smoke rises from a Russian tank destroyed by the Ukrainian forces in the Luhansk regionImage caption: Smoke rises from a Russian tank destroyed by the Ukrainian forces in the Luhansk region Night has fallen in Ukraine. Here are some of the latest developments on day three of the Russian invasion: In Kyiv, a city-wide curfew has come into effect and will last until Monday morning as the city braces for a fresh Russian assualt Mayor Vitali Klitschko says anyone seen in the streets will be considered a Russian "saboteur" Elsewhere, authorities in Ukraine's second city, Kharkiv, say troops have fought off a Russian attack. A residential area in the town of Okhtyrka has come under heavy shelling The leader of Russia's Chechnya region says he has deployed his fighters to Ukraine to join battle with Russian troops Hungarian PM Viktor Orban tells the BBC his country will fully support all EU sanctions against Russia Germany has dropped its block on the delivery of German-made lethal weapons to Ukraine via third countries More than 120,000 people are estimated to have fled Ukraine to countries further west since the invasion Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:2118:21 BREAKING Germany to send Ukraine surface-to-air missiles and anti-tank weapons Germany is to send 1,000 anti-tank weapons and 500 "Stinger" surface-to-air missiles to Ukraine, the government in Berlin confirms. The move marks a major change from its long-standing policy of banning weapon exports to conflict zones. "In this situation, it is our duty to support Ukraine to the best of our ability in its defence against Vladimir Putin's invading army," says Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:1218:12 Women and children wait 27 hours to escape Ukraine Refugees are continuing to stream towards Ukraine's borders. Our correspondent Lucy Williamson is on the frontier with neighbouring Moldova. Social embed from twitter ReportReport this social embed, make a complaint Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 18:0418:04 Russian commanders frustrated by slow advance - US official Russian commanders are becoming increasingly frustrated by the slow speed of their advance through Ukraine and are starting to face logistical issues, a senior US defence official says. It appears Moscow did not supply its troops with sufficient fuel, and commanders have been forced to adjust their plans as a result, the official told the Reuters news agency. Videos on social media on Saturday appeared to show Russian tanks stalling in parts of Ukraine. You can watch one of the encounters below, which the BBC has geolocated to a highway near Sumy in eastern Ukraine. In the video, a man can be heard offering the apparently stranded soldiers "a tow back to Russia". Social embed from twitter ReportReport this social embed, make a complaint Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Latest Post Page 1 of 15 Navigate to the next page Navigate to the last page Back to top Related Stories Is Russia's invasion going as expected?Related Stories Kyiv residents answer call to defend nationRelated Stories In pictures: Kyiv under attackRelated Stories Day 3: Tracking Russia's invasion in mapsRelated Stories How Ukrainians' lives have been turned upside downRelated Stories BBC Russian reporter in Kyiv: The day the war beganRelated Stories More nations ban Russian planes from their airspaceRelated Stories Posted at 19:1419:14 Zelensky hails Germany's weapons U-turn Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky has welcomed Germany's decision to send weapons to Ukraine to help fight the Russian invasion. As we've reported, the move represents a major U-turn from Berlin on its longstanding policy of not sending lethal aid to conflict zones. Tweeting in English, Zelensky wrote: "Germany has just announced the provision of anti-tank grenade launchers and stinger missiles to Ukraine. Anti-war coalition in action!" Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. BBC Russian journalist Ilya Barabanov came to Ukraine in 2014 to cover the "Maidan" protests, when then-President Viktor Yanukovych was deposed over decisions moving the country away from the EU and closer to Russia. Here he describes his shock, as a Russian, at the invasion of Ukraine. I covered events in Crimea when Russia illegally annexed the Ukrainian peninsula. And I was in the east of Ukraine when Russian-backed separatists proclaimed their "people's republics". From the first day of conflict in eastern Ukraine, Russia denied its presence there. But I remember very clearly in September 2014, I saw these tanks with my own eyes in a town just over the border from Russia. I also witnessed Russian troops from the Far East region of Buryatia supporting rebel fighters during a bloody battle in the Donetsk region in February 2015. I remembered all of these things, as well as the poisoning of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, the appalling fraud at the last Russian elections and the changes to the constitution introduced in order to allow Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036. Yet I still could not believe it that the Russian president would start a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Like many people I had listened to the US warnings in recent months but I just couldn't imagine it would really happen. It was not until the hotel concierge was standing by my bed on Thursday morning telling me war had started that I believed it. And from that moment, everything changed. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. BBC Posted at 18:3018:30 Hungarian PM supports all EU sanctions on Russia Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has told the BBC his country will fully support all EU sanctions against Russia. Orban was previously considered Putin’s strongest ally in the EU. On a visit to Hungary's eastern border with Ukraine, where a steady stream of refugees are crossing, Orban said all European countries, including Hungary, condemned Russia. “This is not the time to be clever, this is time to be united. It's a war and we have to get the situation back to prior to the war and restore the peace,” he said. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Summary BBC Kyiv's mayor Vitali Klitschko imposes a curfew from Saturday evening until Monday morning He says anyone seen in the streets will be considered a Russian "saboteur" The Ukrainian capital is braced for another night of attacks after Russian forces failed to break through overnight on Friday Huge numbers of people are fleeing Ukraine, with a 27-hour long queue of women and children on the Moldovan border Germany says it supports "targeted" restrictions on Russia's access to the Swift payments system - it had been the EU's final hold-out Hungary's PM Viktor Orban, who has had close relations with Vladimir Putin, tells the BBC he supports all EU sanctions on Russia The UK meanwhile says it and 25 other nations will send more weapons and aid to Ukraine The UN estimates that at least 120,000 people have escaped Ukraine in the past 48 hours BBC 18:04 Russian commanders frustrated by slow advance - US official Russian commanders are becoming increasingly frustrated by the slow speed of their advance through Ukraine and are starting to face logistical issues, a senior US defence official says. It appears Moscow did not supply its troops with sufficient fuel, and commanders have been forced to adjust their plans as a result, the official told the Reuters news agency. Videos on social media on Saturday appeared to show Russian tanks stalling in parts of Ukraine. You can watch one of the encounters below, which the BBC has geolocated to a highway near Sumy in eastern Ukraine. In the video, a man can be heard offering the apparently stranded soldiers "a tow back to Russia". Social embed from twitter Posted at 17:4517:45 BREAKING Germany backs 'targeted' restrictions of Russian Swift membership Germany has backed imposing ""targeted and functional" restrictions on Russia's membership of the Swift payments system. "What we need is a targeted and functional restriction of Swift," Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock and Economy Minister Robert Habeck said in a joint statement. The government is working on how to "limit the collateral damage" of the restrictions "in such a way that it affects the right people", it added. Germany is the last EU country to drop opposition to the sanction, after Italy's Prime Minster Mario Draghi and Hungarian leader Victor Orban signalled their support earlier on Saturday. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he was "grateful" to EU nations for the decision. Read more: What is Swift and why are leaders divided on banning Russia? Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. NEW Posted at 16:5416:54 Germany lifts block on sending weapons to Ukraine Damian McGuiness BBC News in Berlin Germany has dropped its block on the delivery of German-made lethal weapons to Ukraine via third countries. The move means the Netherlands will be able to send German 400 rocket-propelled grenade launchers to Ukraine. It marks a major shift in German policy and could allow an increase of European military assistance to Ukraine as many weapons in Europe are at least partly German-manufactured, which means Berlin has a say on their use and export. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has repeatedly referred to this policy in recent weeks when refusing to deliver lethal weapons to Ukraine. BBC A destroyed Russian supply vehicle in KyivImage caption: A destroyed Russian supply vehicle in Kyiv Let's just recap what the different players in the conflict have been saying today about Russian advances into Ukraine. Unsurprisingly, different narratives are coming from different capitals: According to state news agency RIA, Russia says its units have resumed their offensive on Ukraine from all directions after a pause on Friday. Moscow's defence ministry says it's ordered the attacks to be renewed after Ukraine refused to negotiate Ukraine says it remains in control of all the country's major cities, and that its forces have repelled Russian attacks while inflicting significant losses on the invading forces In Washington DC, US defence officials say Moscow is becoming increasingly frustrated by the "viable" Ukrainian resistance preventing Russian forces from gaining momentum. The UK also says the Russian advance has slowed Posted at 16:0216:02 Footage is revealing Russian losses Mark Urban Newsnight Defence and Diplomatic Editor Across tweets, TikToks and Facebook posts there is a growing body of evidence of the scale of setbacks suffered by the Russian army. Prisoners are interrogated, some dazed from the shock of capture and death of comrades, mumbling that they never knew they were being sent to Ukraine. One young Russian sits with his head in his hands, hiding his face as local people shout abuse about President Putin. Another, asked if he has a message for his family, says, “I love you.” Along with the growing number of videos of prisoners there is grislier stuff of charred corpses in burnt out vehicles. The toll of dead and captured is unclear but UK defence ministry estimates of hundreds of fatalities are likely to be true, particularly if reports about two Russian transport aircraft being shot down in the early hours of Saturday are confirmed. There could be many tens of prisoners, given the videos circulating. The revelation of these losses back home could have serious consequences for Putin. There is a long legacy of protest by soldiers’ mothers, for example during the Afghan and Chechen wars. Hence reports that Russia began restricting access to Twitter and Facebook, perhaps to slow the spread of images and testimony. BBC Away from the frontlines in Ukraine, international condemnation of Russia's invasion continues. Here's the latest: UK Armed Forces Minister James Heappey says the UK and 25 other countries have agreed to provide more humanitarian aid and arms to Ukraine Estonia bans Russian airlines from its airspace, with fellow Baltic states Lithuania and Latvia set to follow suit More than 115,000 people have already crossed into Poland from Ukraine France seizes a Russian cargo ship in the English Channel, saying it belongs to a company targeted by EU sanctions Poland says it will refuse to play a 2022 World Cup play-off match that had been scheduled to take place in Moscow on 24 March More European countries, including France, Italy, and Hungary, signal they would back a move to exclude Russia from the Swift global payments system Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev says his country doesn't need diplomatic ties with the West and that it's time to "padlock the embassies" Ukraine's foreign minister says Western sanctions, which have not so far targeted Russia's energy sector, should be expanded to include an oil embargo Protests take place in cities around Europe against the war Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 15:0015:00 Twitter blocked for Russian users Joe Tidy Cyber-security reporter Dramatic videos and images of the invasion and the suffering it has caused have been going viral on social media - now access to Twitter, where many such images are shared, has been blocked for users in Russia, internet connectivity company NetBlocks has told the BBC. Services started being disrupted on Saturday morning across multiple providers. Russian authorities and social media platforms have clashed over platform rules relating to the conflict with Ukraine. "Russia's restriction of Twitter will significantly limit the free flow of information at a time of crisis when the public most need to stay informed," NetBlocks Director, Alp Toker, said. Read more - Russia restricts social media access Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links.



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