October 11, Tuesday, 2022 (1:30 p.m.) Newsline

1.Russia is facing mounting criticism from the international community over its massive attacks on Kyiv and other parts of Ukraine on Monday. Russian missiles hit th4e Ukrainian capital Kyiv, the western region of Lviv and others, with targets including not only energy facilities but also a park and a museum in the capital. The Ukrainian State Emergency Service said 14 people were killed and 97 others were injured in the attacks.
2.The UN General Assembly has begun debate on a draft resolution to condemn Russia for its unilateral declaration to annex four Ukrainian regions. The draft demands that Moscow immediately reverse the move. The General Assembly convened an emergency session on Monday.
3.Foreign visitors arriving at Narita Airport, near Tokyo, have been saying they welcome Japan’s lifting of most of its COVID-19 border controls. People who arrived from other countries were heading to immigration counters at the airport on Tuesday morning after showing proof of vaccination or a negative test result.