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200 Russian Paratroopers killed:

Kyiv kills 200 Russian paratroopers in Luhansk. Luhansk Governor Serhiy Haidai said that Russian troops had set up their base in a Donbas hotel. Ukraine working to restart two Zaporizhzhia reactors. Ukraine and Russia have blamed each other for shelling the reactor, after which the energy grid was disconnected.

Kyiv kills 200 Russ200 Russian Paratroopers killed in Luhansk

In an assault in the Luhansk region, the Ukrainian Armed Forces assert that they killed 200 Russian paratroopers. Ukraine said that it hit a Russian military base in the temporarily occupied Kadiiva. Luhansk Governor Serhiy Haidai said that Russian troops had set up their base in a Donbas hotel.

Ukraine said that the Russian troops were attacking in several directions in the Luhansk region, but had no success. Ukraine said Russian troops also shelled three communities in the sumy region using mortars, grenade launchers, and a Grad system.

Local authorities said that Russians used the Grad systems to fire some 40 rockets in the region on August 26. Kyiv also said that Russian forces shelled the city of Sloviansk for the second time in a day, hitting a chemical and mechanical college.

Ukraine’s Air Force said that its air defense units destroyed four Russian UAVs in eastern Ukraine. Meanwhile, Russia’s defense ministry says its forces have destroyed an M777 howitzer, that was used to shell the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant.

In the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine, the Russian ministry reported that the howitzer had been destroyed west of the town of Marhanets. Russia’s FSB claimed to have detained a Ukraine military spy in the border region of Kursk on August 26.

The unnamed suspect faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted on charges of espionage in Russia.

Ukraine working to restart two Zaporizhzhia reactors

One reactor of the Zaporizhzhia plant has reportedly been reconnected to the Ukrainian energy system, according to the state nuclear power company of Ukraine.

Energoatomi said that the reactor was building up capacity after it and five other reactors were disconnected from the power grid.

Zaporizhzhia governor Oleksandr Starukh said that the plant’s sixth reactor was working at 10 percent of its capacity. Starukh said that the plant’s fifth reactor was in the process of resuming operations.

Ukraine and Russia have blamed each other for shelling the reactor, after which the energy grid was disconnected. Russia, which has occupied the plant, claims that the radiation levels in the region were normal despite disruptions.

Did Russia spy on Ukrainian training in Germany

Germany’s military has indications that Russian spied on Ukrainian soldiers’ training in Germany. German agencies detected suspicious vehicles that could observe distances from the access roads to the barracks from their positions.

Ukrainians are training at Idar-Oberstein in Rhineland-Palatinate and in Bavaria in Germany. In Bavaria, US forces are training Ukrainian soldiers on Western artillery systems.

Germany is training Ukrainian soldiers on the self-propelled howitzer 2000 in Idar-Oberstein. Security sources also told German media that the Russians may have attempted to scoop up the mobile phone data of the Ukrainians.

China receives Russian gold after Western countries ban it

Russian gold exports to China have dramatically increased amid Western sanctions related to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

 In July, China purchased Russian gold worth $108.8 million, up 750% from June and 4,800% from the same month last year.

According to some experts, China might be only one of many significant new locations for Russian gold in Asia and the Middle East.

The US, United Kingdom, Canada, and Japan Banned Russian gold exports in June followed by the EU and Switzerland in July

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