What happened today in brief — 15 September

Novaya Gazeta Europe
  • Russia launched another missile strike targeting the hydraulic facilities in Ukraine’s Kryvyi Rih, head of the city’s military administration Oleksandr Vilkul reported. The water level of the Inhulets River in Ukraines Kherson region, which rose considerably after yesterdays strike on the dam in the Karachunivka Reservoir, went down by about 50 cm due to the efforts of specialists called to the scene.
  • Armenia and Azerbaijan established a ceasefire from 20:00 on 14 September, Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan stated. Azerbaijan has not officially confirmed this information so far. According to Azerbaijans Defence Ministry, 71 Azerbaijani soldiers were killed since the start of the hostilities on the border with Armenia. Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan previously reported that 105 Armenian soldiers had been killed in the clashes.
  • The Russian Supreme Court ruled to revoke Novaya Gazeta (Moscow) website’s online media license. Russia’s censorship agency Roskomnadzor previously filed a lawsuit against the media outlet following two warnings over the lack of “foreign agent” labels in its articles.
  • A settlement of Nekhoteevka was shelled in Russia’s Belgorod region, governor Vyacheslav Gladkov reported. A customs terminal went up in flames following the shelling. Preliminary reports suggest no one was injured in the attack.
A video of smoke rising over the attack site in the village of Nekhoteevka
  • Schools in the districts of Russia’s Belgorod region located near the border with Ukraine will switch to online learning, governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said. These decisions were made following the session of the regional anti-terrorist committee, Gladkov added.

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