Ukraine war round-up: Spa town attacked and orphans tied up

Ukraine accused Russia of again firing a barrage of missiles on multiple non-military targets across the country on Tuesday.

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In the south, Kyiv said Russian warplanes launched 13 missiles on the Odesa region, destroying a number of residential buildings in the popular Black Sea resort of Zatoka.

There were also strikes in the nearby Mykolaiv region, including on the main port, and Russian shelling continued in the east - in what Moscow says is the main focus of its "special military operation".

Since the start of its invasion on 24 February, Moscow has repeatedly denied hitting civilian targets - but numerous investigations by Ukrainian and international officials have produced overwhelming evidence to show it is doing so.


EU to cut gas use over Russia supply fears
European Union energy ministers have agreed countries will cut gas use voluntarily to 15% between August and March in case Russia halts supplies.

"This was not a Mission Impossible!", tweeted the Czech Republic, which holds the rotating EU presidency.

However, the deal has been watered down, with countries able to have exemptions.

The EU said the aim was to make savings ahead of winter, warning that Russia was "continuously using energy supplies as a weapon".


Children tied up and men in cots
Vasyl Velychko has been tied to a bench on a baking hot day for hours, but no-one hearing his screams will untie him.

The 18-year-old is one of thousands of disabled people living in Ukraine's orphanages.

Human rights investigators say Ukraine should not join the EU until it closes these institutions, and before the war the Ukrainian government said it would reform the system.

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