Live updates of Ukraine! Russia drops out of International Space station, No complaints of Griner, crime trials of Ukraine!

Live updates of Ukraine! Russia drops out of International Space station, No complaints of Griner, crime trials of Ukraine!

Updated on July 27, 2022 11:37 AM by Evelyn Mia

Focus on development!

On Tuesday, the Head of the Russian space agency said Russia will withdraw from the International Space Station project after 2024 and focus on deploying its space station. Yury Boriso's CEO of Roscosmos had announcement is the latest reflection of disintegrating relationship between the U.S. and Russia.


Announcement to deal!

The announcement does not appear to alter a deal cut this month between NASA and Roscosmos for astronauts to continue riding Russian rockets and for Russian cosmonauts to catch lifts to the International Space Station with SpaceX.

Related: NASA announced the first cosmic images received from the James Webb Telescope

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No complaints for Griner!

The Russian drug trial of WNBA star Brittney Griner temporarily halted Tuesday after a U.S. State Department official fainted in the courtroom. During a break in the courtroom, she had no complaints, just waiting patiently for the resolution of her case.

Griner was 31 been in custody, being arrested on drug charges at a Moscow area airport in mid-February before Russia invaded Ukraine. She was carrying vape canisters containing cannabis oil. She could face up to 10 years in prison.

Crime trials of Ukraine!

Ukraine is pushing to hold Russia as it documents atrocities in the months-long invasion, registering over 20,000 potential war crimes with Kyiv's regional police exhuming over 1300 bodies. The Head of the Kyiv regional police said more than 300 people are still missing.

In the prosecutor general's office, Ukrainian prosecutors identified 127 suspected war criminals as of July. As in Ukraine, 15 are currently being held as prisoners of war.

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Americans killed fighting for Ukraine!

On Monday, the commander identified that two American volunteers were dead fighting for Ukraine. On Friday, the State Department confirmed that two more Americans had died in Ukraine as they did not release their names.

Ukrainians are getting deported to Russia!

Thousands of Ukrainian civilians followed the filtration process, including temporary detention, data collection, interrogation, and abuse of detainees at 18 more processing centers.

The State Department has called on Russia to halt these filtration operations, resulting in the forced deportation of between 900,000 and 1.6 million Ukrainians, including 260,000 children.

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