What happened in Week 11 of Russia’s attack on Ukraine: Mariupol evacuees, EU oil embargo


Civilian evacuees made their way to safety from the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol to the Ukrainian-controlled city of Zaporizhzhia. The European Union proposed cutting off Russian oil imports as part of a new round of sanctions. Here’s a recap of the war in Ukraine from April 30 to May 6.

Read the latest:

00:00 — Recap of Week 11
00:40 — Evacuees from Mariupol arrive in Ukrainian-held territory
02:34 — EU proposes oil embargo on Russia
03:00 — Russian airstrikes target railway network
03:27 — Ukraine faces fuel shortages
03:58 — Kremlin denies declaration of ‘total war’ on Ukraine will occur at upcoming Victory Day parade


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