Russia hits two North American-owned grain terminals in Ukraine


We have just learned that Russian forces have hit two North American-owned grain terminals in Ukraine.

Canada’s Viterra and U.S. grain trader Bunge both confirmed the hit on their terminals. They say no one was killed.

Bunge says this is the second time they have been targeted as Russia has repeatedly hit the bridge used to take grain to the Romanian border. This comes after a major Russian oil and gas refinery near the Ukrainian border caught fire.


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