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What has happened in the last few hours

On day 580 of Russia's large-scale invasion of Ukraine, these are the main news at 8:00 p.m. this Tuesday, September 26:

Russia shows a video of the commander of the Black Sea Fleet who was presumed dead by Ukraine. For the second time in just two weeks, Russia has denied the death of one of its leaders, which had previously been announced by Ukraine. If in mid-September the Chechen president, Ramzan Kadyrov, reappeared in a video after it was revealed that he was in a coma; This Tuesday it was the turn of the commander of the Black Sea Fleet, Viktor Sokolov. The recording shows Sokolov in a meeting with Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and other Russian commanders a day after kyiv announced his death.

Ukraine maintains that its sources confirm the death of the head of the Black Sea Fleet. The Special Operations Forces of the Ukrainian Army have insisted today that their sources place the commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, Viktor Sokolov, among the 34 Russian soldiers killed in the missile attack launched by Kiev on Friday in Sevastopol.

The Russian court trying Navalny for “extremism” rejects an appeal. The Russian justice has rejected the appeal presented by the opposition Alexei Navalny against his sentence to 19 years in prison for "extremism", a sentence that will send him to a penal colony with conditions even more severe than those he already suffers.

Russia searches for and captures the president of the International Court of Justice. The International Court of Justice has reiterated its criticism of Russia after the Russian Interior Ministry today included in its list of most wanted people the president of said court, Piotr Hofmanski, who in March issued the arrest warrant against the Russian president. Vladimir Putin.

Russian President Vladimir Putin raises his salary by 5.5%. Vladimir Putin has raised his salary by 5.5%. It has also been increased to the country's top officials despite the negative economic impact of the war in Ukraine.

Berlin reiterates that kyiv joining NATO during the war would be “unimaginable.” German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius has reiterated that Ukraine's entry into NATO for the duration of the war is not on the table. “Membership while the war lasts is unimaginable. “Everyone knows it, Ukraine too,” he stated in an appearance in Tallinn, with his Estonian counterpart, Hanno Pevkur.

Spain has already trained more than 2,000 Ukrainian soldiers. Spain has become the third European State that has trained the most Ukrainian soldiers since the beginning of the Russian aggression, with more than 2,000, as part of its contribution to the European Union mission in the invaded country.

Russia accuses Canada of “flirting with Nazism.” The Russian Foreign Ministry has announced that it will take action against the Canadian authorities in response to the recent tribute to the Ukrainian Yaroslav Hunka, who fought with Nazi Germany during World War II, which is why Moscow has accused Ottawa of “flirting with Nazism.”

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