1. Concern grows in the West about deepening Turkey’s ties with Russia – FT. Western countries alarmed by deepening economic cooperation between Erdogan and Putin and warn of a growing risk that a NATO member country could face restrictions if it helps Russia avoid sanctions (read more).
2. Russia is pulling air defense to Belarus, is fighting in the Donbass and shelling in the south – a summary of the General Staff. The Russian army is concentrating additional forces and air defense assets in Belarus, is trying to advance in a number of areas in the Donbass and is shelling in the south in an attempt to hold positions (more).
3. Russia again fired at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. Aimed at a nuclear waste storage facility – Energoatom. On the evening of August 6, the Russian occupiers launched another rocket attack on the ZNPP and Energodar sites. They hit the ZNPP site directly next to the station’s dry storage facility for spent nuclear fuel (more).
4. AI apologized for the “alarm” caused by the report on the APU, but did not retract its conclusions. Amnesty International apologized for the “anxiety and anger” its report caused. It alleges that the Armed Forces of Ukraine allegedly place bases in schools, hospitals and residential areas, thereby endangering civilians (more).
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