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Romania is preparing to help Ukraine ship its grain by renovating railway lines between Ukraine and the port city of Constanta.
In July, Moscow and Kyiv agreed to a grain corridor to allow Ukraine to resume its exports of grain. But a variety of issues continue to hinder the process. Meanwhile, the price of bread is rising around the world.
A worker has been injured in fresh shelling at the Ukrainian nuclear power plant, Europe's largest. Meanwhile, an official of the Russian-backed administration in Kherson died after being shot. Follow DW for the latest.
Ukraine can't export most of its grain due to the Russian blockade of its Black Sea ports. As the new harvest season begins, fears are growing that much of the grain needed in Africa and the Middle East will go to waste.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said though it won't be a criminal investigation, a fact-finding mission will find the "truth about what has happened" in Olenivka. DW rounds up the latest.
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