Britain says Russia likely removing nuclear warheads from missiles and firing at Ukraine

Britain says Russia likely removing nuclear warheads from missiles and firing at Ukraine.

Freezing Ukraine gradually restores power after Russian strikes on grid

Freezing Ukraine gradually restores power after Russian strikes on grid

Weapons industry booms as Eastern Europe arms Ukraine

Allies have been supplying Kyiv with weapons and military equipment.

Russian missile barrage forces Ukraine to shut nuclear power plants

Russian missile barrage forces Ukraine to shut nuclear power plants

How the Biden White House scrambled after Poland missile blast

Biden and his aides convened an emergency meeting of G7 leaders at 9am Wednesday.

Russia fires new airstrikes as UN announces grain deal

Zelenskyy tweeted Thursday that the deal “will be prolonged for 120 days.

Biden says missile that hit Poland probably not fired from Russia

Russia has established a pattern in recent weeks of launching massive strikes on Ukrainian cities

Now is the time to press Russia for peace, Zelenskiy says

Zelenskiy urges world leaders to push for peace now

Ukraine troops greeted with flowers in Kherson after Russian retreat

Ukraine troops greeted with flowers in Kherson after Russian retreat

Banksy showcases new mural in war-scarred Ukrainian town

Banksy showcases new mural in war-scarred Ukrainian town

US privately asks Ukraine to show Russia it's open to talks: Washington Post

The discussions illustrated the complexity of the Biden administration's position

Putin endorses evacuation of parts of Ukraine's Kherson region

Putin endorses evacuation of parts of Ukraine's Kherson region

Kyiv wary as Russian official signals new retreat in southern Ukraine

Kyiv wary as Russian official signals new retreat in southern Ukraine

Ukrainians grapple with power outages as winter approaches

So far, Russia has destroyed about 40% of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure

Russia suspends Ukraine grain deal over ship attack claim

U.N. officials were in touch with Russian authorities over the announced suspension.

Czech protesters call for new government, direct gas talks with Russia

Protesters waved Czech flags and chanted "Resign, Resign"

Relaxed Putin shows no regrets as war rages on in Ukraine

Relaxed Putin shows no regrets as war rages on in Ukraine

Russia warns West: We can target your commercial satellites

Russia warns West: We can target your commercial satellites

Ukraine alleges Russian dirty bomb deception at nuke plant

Ukraine alleges Russian dirty bomb deception at nuke plant

Western countries say Russia could plan 'dirty bomb' pretext

Russia has started a new campaign using long-range cruise missiles.

Russian authorities advise civilians to leave Ukraine region

Russian officials said two people were killed and 12 others were wounded by Ukrainian shelling.

EXPLAINER: What would retreat from Kherson mean for Russia?

The possible fall of the city would deal another humiliation to Moscow

The ripples of the war Russia says isn't a war

The ripples of the war Russia says isn’t a war

Putin demands all-Russia war effort as he declares martial law in occupied Ukraine

Putin tells all Russian regions to support needs of army

Residents of Ukraine's Kherson leave after assault warning

Residents of Ukraine's Kherson leave after assault warning

Russian drones attack central Kyiv, heavy fighting in east Ukraine

Soldiers fired into the air trying to shoot down drones.

Ukraine and Russia work to gain advantage in annexed regions

Ukraine and Russia work to gain advantage in annexed regions

Russia pounds dozens of Ukraine towns, warns of escalation

Mykolaiv town "massively shelled", says mayor

West plans more arms for 'brave' Ukraine as sirens sound again

West plans more arms for 'brave' Ukraine as sirens sound again

Explainer: What makes a nuclear weapon 'tactical'?

There is no universal definition of such weapons.

NATO members tighten security, G7 warns Belarus over Ukraine

NATO members tighten security, G7 warns Belarus over Ukraine

Belarus's Lukashenko warns Ukraine, deploys troops with Russia

Lukashenko said he had agreed with Putin to deploy a regional military group

Russia bombs multiple Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv

A huge crater gaped next to a children's playground in a central Kyiv park.

Ukraine: Russian strikes kill 17 following bridge attack

Dozens hurt in Zaporizhzhia city shelling - Ukraine officials

Russia says truck bomb damages key bridge to Crimea

In August, Russia suffered a series of explosions at an airbase and munitions depot in Crimea.

Russian cosmonaut hitching ride with SpaceX as part of next space station crew

NASA hopes to keep the ISS running with its existing partners until roughly 2030.

Putin gives final approval to Ukraine annexation plan despite retreats

Russia has escalated its seven-month war with the annexation drive.

At least 20 killed in Russian shelling of convoy in late Sept, Kyiv says

At least 20 killed in Russian shelling of convoy in late Sept, Kyiv says

Nord Stream rupture may mark biggest single methane release ever recorded, UN says

Europe and the United States have heaped sanctions on Moscow

Turkey rejects Russian annexation of Ukraine provinces

NATO member Turkey has tried to stay neutral throughout the seven-month conflict.

Russia's latest actions 'most serious escalation' since war began: NATO chief

Russia's latest actions 'most serious escalation' since war began, says NATO chief

US hits Russia with sanctions for annexing Ukrainian regions

US hits Russia with sanctions for annexing Ukrainian regions

Fourth leak detected at Russian gas pipeline to Europe

The Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines link Russia to Germany

Russia set to annex Ukraine territory; West warns of new sanctions

Russia says overwhelming support for annexation

Russia poised to annex occupied Ukraine after sham vote

Russia poised to annex occupied Ukraine after sham vote

Truth or bluff? Why Putin's nuclear warnings have the West worried

Putin has warned of nuclear weapons scenario.

US warns of 'catastrophic consequences' if Russia uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine

The seven-month war in Ukraine has killed tens of thousands

Lavrov pledges 'full protection' for any territory annexed by Russia

Russia on Friday launched referendums in four eastern Ukrainian regions.

Russia holds votes in occupied parts of Ukraine; Kyiv says residents coerced

Referendums in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson, Zaporizhzhia

NATO promises more help for Ukraine in response to 'sham' votes

NATO promises more help for Ukraine in response to 'sham' votes

Some Russians flee from Putin's Ukraine war call-up

Some Russians flee from Putin's Ukraine war call-up

Hungary PM Orban says EU's Russia sanctions should be scrapped

"The Brussels sanctions have pushed Europe into an energy crisis."

Russia begins massive war call-up, Ukraine demands 'just punishment'

Russia conscripting tens of thousands to fight

Putin orders partial Russian mobilisation, warns West over nuclear blackmail

Putin orders partial Russian mobilisation, warns West over nuclear blackmail

Putin tells Europe: if you want gas then open Nord Stream 2

European gas prices more than doubled from the start of the year

Devastated Ukrainian village emerges from Russian occupation

Devastated Ukrainian village emerges from Russian occupation

Ukraine pushes to retake all land from Russia, calls for Western arms

Ukraine pushes to retake all land from Russia, calls for Western arms

At least 1,000 people killed in northeast Ukraine's Izium since start of war

At least 1,000 people killed in northeast Ukraine's Izium since start of war

Ukraine keeps momentum, claims it reached Russian border

Russia acknowledged the military developments by saying it was regrouping.

Russia gives up key northeast towns as Ukrainian forces advance

Russia's worst setback since Kyiv push abandoned in March

German foreign minister says Ukraine support will not falter

We will stand by Ukraine for as long as necessary: Baerbock

Ukraine retakes territory in Kharkiv region as Russian front crumbles

Moscow-installed official acknowledges rapid Ukraine advance

Blinken, in Kyiv, unveils $2B in US military aid for Europe

Blinken, in Kyiv, unveils $2B in US military aid for Europe

Putin says Russia has gained, not lost, from intervening in Ukraine

Putin says West is failing, future is in Asia

US: Russia to buy rockets, artillery shells from North Korea

Russians could look to purchase additional North Korean military equipment: US

Russia, West step up energy war as risk of nuclear disaster haunts Ukraine

Russia delays pipeline reopening in blow to Europe

Fighting goes on near Ukraine nuclear plant IAEA on site

Fighting goes on near Ukraine nuclear plant, says IAEA on site

IAEA experts 'not going anywhere' after reaching Ukraine nuclear plant

IAEA experts 'not going anywhere' after reaching Ukraine nuclear plant

France accuses Russia of using gas supply as 'weapon of war'

France accuses Russia of using gas supply as 'weapon of war'

France accuses Russia of using gas as 'weapon of war'

Nord Stream 1 pipeline to be shut Wed-Fri for maintenance.

Ukraine on edge as shellfire resounds around Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

Moscow, Kyiv trade blame for shelling near Russia-held plant.

Ukraine: Russia fires on cities not far from nuclear plant

Ukraine: Russia fires on cities not far from nuclear plant

Russia can't stop war, even if Ukraine drops NATO hopes -Putin ally

oscow made clear Ukrainian membership of NATO was unacceptable to it.

IAEA mission seeks to visit Zaporizhzhia plant amid concerns

IAEA mission seeks to visit Zaporizhzhia plant amid concerns

In isolated Russia, a tale of two economies

Russia's record employment signals a surprisingly smooth decoupling from the West.

Ukraine marks Independence Day six months after start of war

Authorities in the capital banned large-scale gatherings until Thursday.

On eve of Ukraine's national day, fears Russia will pounce

On eve of Ukraine’s national day, fears Russia will pounce

Six months on, Ukraine fights war, faces painful aftermath

Six months on, Ukraine fights war, faces painful aftermath

Russian missiles rain on Ukraine as war nears half-year mark

Russia could do something 'particularly ugly,' says Ukraine

Russia accuses Kyiv of poisoning some of its soldiers in Ukraine

Alleged poisoning could have been caused by Russian forces eating expired canned meat: Ukraine

Blasts, fresh drone attacks rock Russian-held areas far from Ukraine war front

Ukraine fears Russia will decouple nuclear plant from grid

Putin vows to expand arms trade with Russia's allies

Putin hailed the Russian military's action in Ukraine.

Ukraine, Russia accuse each other of nuclear plant strikes

Zaporizhzhia plant in southeastern Ukraine has been occupied by Russian forces since March

Moscow warns of end to Russia-US relations if assets seized

Russia's relations with the West have deteriorated sharply.

US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine

US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine

3 more ships with grain depart Ukraine ports under UN deal

The ships bound for Ireland, the United Kingdom and Turkey follow the first grain shipment.

3 more ships with grain depart Ukraine ports under UN deal

3 more ships with grain depart Ukraine ports under UN deal

First grain shipment leaves Ukraine as southern city pounded

Last month both sides signed a landmark deal with Turkey and the United Nations.

Russia says it has invited UN, Red Cross experts to probe jail deaths

The separatists put the death toll at 53 and accused Kyiv of hitting the prison with rockets

Zelenskiy announces mandatory evacuation of Ukraine's Donetsk region

Deputy PM Vereshchuk says evacuation needed before winter

Russian strikes pummel Ukrainian cities

In recent weeks Mykolaiv has been hit almost daily

The gas war between Russia and the West

On July 30, Gazprom suspends gas supplies to EU and NATO member Latvia.

Gazprom slashes Nord Stream gas deliveries to Europe

EU states have accused Russia of squeezing supplies in retaliation for Western sanctions

Russia says missiles sank Ukrainian warship in Odessa port strikes

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denounced Saturday's strike on the Odessa port.

Outraged by strike on Odesa, Ukraine still prepares to resume grain exports

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy denounced the strikes

PM felicitates President Erdogan over Ukraine grain deal

PM felicitates President Erdogan over Ukraine grain deal

Ukraine says Russian missiles hit Odesa, dealing blow to grain export deal

Deal signed by Moscow and Kyiv on Friday is seen as crucial to reining in global food prices.

Disinformation shifting views on Ukrainian refugees

It is difficult to identify the main spreaders of such disinformation targeting Ukrainian refugees

Economics of war: Pain for Europe now, later for Russia

In the long run, Russia will pay a heavy price for the war.

EU warns Russia's block on Ukraine grain could starve thousands

Russian and Ukrainian negotiators will meet UN and Turkish diplomats in Istanbul on Wednesday

Russia preparing for next stage of offensive, Ukraine says

Russian rockets and missiles have pounded cities

Russia resumes long-range bombardment of Ukrainian cities

Kyiv said the strike killed at least 23 people and wounded dozens.

Russia and Ukraine seek to break grain impasse in Turkey

Ukraine is a vital exporter of wheat and grains such as barley and maize.

Ukraine reels from deadly Russian strikes, EU fears deeper gas cuts

Attacks on Kharkiv in the northeast Ukraine came as Europe was bracing for deeper cuts in gas

Ukraine, allies adopt principles for reconstruction

The declaration was "definitely the start of our long distance" process: Ukrainian PM

Ukrainians take up new positions as Putin proclaims victory in Luhansk

Ukrainians take up new positions as Putin proclaims victory in Luhansk

'Hell on earth': Ukrainian soldiers describe eastern front

‘Hell on earth’: Ukrainian soldiers describe eastern front

Russia kills 19 with missiles near Odesa after abandoning Snake Island

One section of a nine-storey apartment block was completely destroyed

EU nears compromise deal to defuse standoff with Russia over Kaliningrad

European officials are in talks about exempting the territory from sanctions

Russia tells UN chief it's ready to help avert food crisis

Russia tells UN chief it's ready to help avert food crisis

Russian missiles rain down on Ukraine as West pledges enduring support

The mayor of Mykolaiv city said a Russian missile strike killed at least three people.

Govt seeks recommendations from refineries over Russian oil import

Refineries asked about technical suitability of the refineries to process Russian crude oil grades

At least 11 killed in Russian missile strike on shopping mall, Ukraine says

At least 11 killed in Russian missile strike on shopping mall, Ukraine says

Russia pushed into historic default by sanctions

Russia pushed into historic default by sanctions

Kremlin rejects Russian default, says bond payments executed

Kremlin rejects Russian default, says bond payments executed

Russian missiles hit Kyiv residential buildings

The missiles struck just hours before the start of a G7 summit in Germany

Germany triggers alarm stage of emergency gas plan as Russian flows drop

The measure is the latest escalation in a standoff between Europe and Moscow.

Ukraine president says Africa in a hostage in the war with Russia

Ukraine president says Africa in a hostage in the war with Russia

Port of Odesa comes under missile attack as Russians advance in eastern Ukraine

Port of Odesa comes under missile attack as Russians advance in eastern Ukraine

The war in Ukraine could last 'for years': NATO chief

The easternmost Donbas region of Ukraine is currently partly under the control of Russian forces.

Xi tells Putin China will keep backing Russia on 'sovereignty, security'

Xi tells Putin China will keep backing Russia on 'sovereignty, security'

Kremlin says communication with Washington must continue

Kremlin says communication with Washington must continue

What next? Ukraine's allies divided over Russia endgame

Germany and France have vowed to stop Putin from winning rather than to defeat him.

No way out for Ukrainians in embattled city as Russian forces destroy last bridge

Russian troops were trying to gain a foothold in the central part of city: Ukrainian military

Russia-Ukraine war led to inflation in Pakistan: Bilawal

Russia-Ukraine war led to inflation in Pakistan: Bilawal

Tasty name but no Big Mac: Russia opens rebranded McDonald's restaurants

Tasty name but no Big Mac: Russia opens rebranded McDonald's restaurants

In Kyiv, EU chief says to give signal on Ukraine's hopes next week

In Kyiv, EU chief says to give signal on Ukraine's hopes next week

Ukraine pleads for more weapons, cholera spreads in Mariupol

Ukrain's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Russia was trying to "break every town in the Donbas."

Ukraine's Zelenskiy says it will fight for all territory amid fierce battle in east

Ukraine's Zelenskiy says it will fight for all territory amid fierce battle in east

Don't close the embassy, US ambassador tells Russia

Ukraine - and its Western backers - says it is fighting for its survival

Putin warns of new targets if Ukraine supplied with long-range missiles

Putin said that the sole aim of the West supplying arms to Ukraine was to prolong the conflict.

Two children killed daily on average in nearly 100 days of war in Ukraine: UNICEF

Two children killed daily on average in nearly 100 days of war in Ukraine: UNICEF

UK says Russia suffers devastating losses among lower-ranked officers

Russian forces intensified attacks on Monday to capture Sievierodonetsk.

Zelensky visits Ukraine's east for first time since invasion

Zelensky visits Ukraine's east for first time since invasion

Russia advances in east; Ukraine calls for longer-range weapons

Slow, solid Russian gains in recent days point to a subtle momentum shift in the war.

Ukraine says doing 'everything' to defend Donbas from Russian onslaught

Moscow's army said Saturday it had seized control of Lyman town

Ukraine court jails Russian soldier for life in war crimes trial

Ukraine court jails Russian soldier for life in war crimes trial

Pounded by Russian offensive in the east, Ukraine rules out ceasefire

Pounded by Russian offensive in the east, Ukraine rules out ceasefire

Ukraine rules out ceasefire as fighting intensifies in Donbas

Russian-backed separatists already controlled swathes of territory in Luhansk and Donetsk

US Congress ready to approve another $40 bln for Ukraine

US Congress ready to approve another $40 bln for Ukraine

Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine 'war crimes' trial

He is accused of killing the civilian, allegedly on a bicycle

More than 250 Ukrainian troops surrender as Kyiv orders Mariupol to yield

More than 250 Ukrainian troops surrender as Kyiv orders Mariupol to yield

Ukraine claims battlefield successes in northeast as Russians fall back

Ukraine claims battlefield successes in northeast as Russians fall back

Medvedev still hopeful of playing in Wimbledon

The decision was swiftly condemned by the men's and women's tours and a number of players.

Battle rages for Ukrainian region of Donbas

Battle rages for Ukrainian region of Donbas

Finnish president confirms country will apply to join NATO

Finnish president confirms country will apply to join NATO

G7 allies vow to support Ukraine 'until victory'

G7 allies vow to support Ukraine 'until victory'

Russia hits Ukraine's east as Finland moves toward NATO bid

Russia hits Ukraine’s east as Finland moves toward NATO bid

U.S. Congress plans nearly $40 bln more for Ukraine, COVID aid to wait

U.S. Congress plans nearly $40 bln more for Ukraine, COVID aid to wait

Putin defends Ukraine offensive as Russia marks Victory Day

Putin has repeatedly tried to connect fighting in Ukraine to what Russians call Great Patriotic War

As Russia readies military pomp, Ukraine blames it for deadly school attack

A Russian strike on a school sheltering civilians claimed 60 lives, Ukraine said.

US First Lady Jill Biden makes unannounced visit to Ukraine: White House

US First Lady Jill Biden makes unannounced visit to Ukraine: White House

Sixty feared dead in Ukraine school bombed by Russia, governor says

Sixty feared dead in Ukraine school bombed by Russia, governor says

'Critically stable': Ukraine's last stand for easternmost hub

If the city falls on Sunday, it would mean the Kremlin has gained de facto control of Lugansk.

United Nations races to rescue civilians from Mariupol plant

United Nations races to rescue civilians from Mariupol plant

Ukraine leader appeals for truce to dig out civilians trapped under steel plant

Ukraine leader appeals for truce to dig out civilians trapped under steel plant

Russia killed over 600 Ukrainian fighters in artillery strikes - ministry

Russia sent tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24

US intelligence helping Ukraine kill Russian generals: NY Times

Ukrainian officials said they have killed about 12 Russian generals on the battlefield.

EU leader calls for Russian oil ban in new set of sanctions

We will make sure that we phase out Russian oil in an orderly fashion: Von

Russia hits eastern towns amid hopes for more evacuations

The governor of the eastern Donetsk region said Russian attacks left 21 dead.

Images that predate the Russian-Ukraine war circulate ahead of Russian parade on May 9

Victory Day parade, held annually on May 9, commemorates the Soviet Union victory over Nazi Germany

Russia unleashes rockets in Mariupol, EU readies oil sanctions

Russia unleashes rockets in Mariupol, EU readies oil sanctions

First civilians leave Mariupol steel plant; hundreds remain

First civilians leave Mariupol steel plant; hundreds remain

Angelina Jolie makes surprise Ukraine trip

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie made a surprise appearance in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv

US Speaker Pelosi visits Kyiv as battle rages in Ukraine's east

Western nations have imposed broad economic sanctions on Russia.

Ukrainians plead for Mariupol rescue; Russian advance crawls

Ukrainians plead for Mariupol rescue; Russian advance crawls

Russia urges US, NATO to halt Kyiv arms supply: state media

Moscow is now intensifying operations in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region.

Kharkiv children fleeing bombs find refuge in Italy

When the bombs began falling, it became her lifeline.

Russia cuts off 2 EU nations from its gas in war escalation

Russia cuts off 2 EU nations from its gas in war escalation

U.S. to reopen Kyiv embassy soon, says Russia has failed in war aims

U.S. to reopen Kyiv embassy soon, says Russia has failed in war aims

Zelensky slams UN chief's plan to visit Moscow before Kyiv

Zelensky slams UN chief's plan to visit Moscow before Kyiv

Steel plant under siege; Zelenskyy prepares for US officials

It would be the first high-level U.S. trip to Kyiv

Russia renews assault on Mariupol and missiles hit Odesa, Ukraine says

Russia renews assault on Mariupol and missiles hit Odesa, Ukraine says

UN chief to meet with Putin, Zelenskyy to press for peace

UN chief to meet with Putin, Zelenskyy to press for peace

UK PM arrives in India for hard sell on anti-Russia action

UK PM arrives in India for hard sell on anti-Russia action

Putin hails 'liberation' of Mariupol

Taking full control of Mariupol on the Azov Sea would be a major strategic victory for Russia

EXPLAINER: How Russia's eastern push in Ukraine may unfold

Russian forces have sharply intensified artillery barrages

Russia says expelling 36 European diplomats

Russia says expelling 36 European diplomats

Russia says carried out dozens of strikes in eastern Ukraine

Russian troops destroyed two warehouses containing warheads of Tochka-U tactical missiles.

Ukraine says Russia wants to 'destroy' Donbas as Mariupol prepares final defence

Ukrainian President Zelensky accused Russia of wanting to "destroy" entire eastern region of Donbas

Russia says 'destroyed' military factory outside Kyiv

In recent days, Russia has carried out several attacks on military plants in and outside Kyiv.

Russia bans entry to British PM Johnson

Russia bans entry to British PM Johnson

Russia shatters Kyiv calm with fresh strikes

Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko said authorities were still determining whether anyone had been killed

Zelensky echoes concern Russia may use nuclear arms

Zelensky echoes concern Russia may use nuclear arms

Finland 'highly likely' to apply to join NATO: minister

Finland 'highly likely' to apply to join NATO: minister

Russian flagship 'seriously damaged' as Moscow threatens to strike Kyiv

Russia's Black Sea flagship involved in the naval assault on Ukraine has been "seriously damaged"

South Asia Economic Focus: Effects of pandemic, Russia-Ukraine war

Growth in South Asia, already uneven and fragile, will be slower than previously projected

Polish, Baltic presidents head to Ukraine in show of support

Polish Baltic presidents head to Ukraine in show of support

Russia has yet to slow a Western arms express into Ukraine

Russia has yet to slow a Western arms express into Ukraine

'It can't be fixed:' In shattered Irpin, signs of homecoming

'It can't be fixed:' In shattered Irpin, signs of homecoming

Mayor: More than 10,000 civilians dead in Ukraine port city

Mayor: More than 10,000 civilians dead in Ukraine port city

US doubts new Russian war chief can end Moscow's floundering

US doubts new Russian war chief can end Moscow's floundering

Russia says it hits Ukraine air defenses before eastern push

Russia says it hits Ukraine air defenses before eastern push

Ukrainian defenders dig in as Russia boosts firepower

Ukrainian defenders dig in as Russia boosts firepower