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

Ukraine digs in to fight Russia's looming eastern offensive

Ukraine digs in to fight Russia's looming eastern offensive

Zelenskyy: Russian aggression not limited to Ukraine alone

Zelenskyy: Russian aggression not limited to Ukraine alone

Civilians flee east Ukraine as Kyiv readies for 'big battles'

Evacuations resumed on Saturday from Kramatorsk, in eastern Ukraine.

Zelensky calls for 'firm global response' to train station bombing

At least 52 people including five children were killed, the regional government said.

Food prices soar to record levels on Ukraine war disruptions

Food prices soar to record levels on Ukraine war disruptions

Ukraine: Russian missile kills 30 civilians at train station

Ukraine: Russian missile kills 30 civilians at train station

35 killed in station rocket attack in Ukraine: rescue worker

A rocket attack killed at least 35 people Friday on a train station in Kramatorsk in eastern Ukraine

Ukraine appeals for weapons as fight looms on eastern front

Ukraine appeals for weapons as fight looms on eastern front

Kyiv accuses Hungary of 'helping Putin' in Ukraine war

Putin congratulated Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban after his party won

Ukraine warns of 'last chance' to flee Russian attacks in east

Large areas of Lugansk, neighbouring Donetsk region have been controlled by pro-Russian separatists.

Harvard students' site helping Ukraine refugees find housing

Harvard students' site helping Ukraine refugees find housing

Russia's failure to take down Kyiv was a defeat for ages

Russia's failure to take down Kyiv was a defeat for ages

West set to toughen sanctions on Russia; Ukraine urges more

West set to toughen sanctions on Russia; Ukraine urges more

Russia urged to stop using land mines in its war in Ukraine

Russia urged to stop using land mines in its war in Ukraine

Sarajevans mark siege anniversary with thoughts of Ukraine

Sarajevans mark siege anniversary with thoughts of Ukraine

France: EU could target Russian oil, coal in new sanctions

France: EU could target Russian oil, coal in new sanctions

Ukraine's president to tell UN Security Council about war

Ukraine's president to tell UN Security Council about war

Ukraine's leader to brief top UN body on alleged massacres

Ukraine's leader to brief top UN body on alleged massacres

Russia faces global outrage over bodies in Ukraine's streets

Russia faces global outrage over bodies in Ukraine's streets

Russia faces growing outrage amid new evidence of atrocities

Russia faces growing outrage amid new evidence of atrocities

EU urgently discussing new Russia sanctions after Ukraine 'atrocities'

"The European Union will advance, as a matter of urgency, work on further sanctions against Russia"

Outrage at Russian 'war crimes' swells, fresh attacks slam Ukraine

Global outrage at accusations of Russian war crimes in Ukraine mounted Sunday

West, Russia mull nuclear steps in a 'more dangerous' world

West, Russia mull nuclear steps in a 'more dangerous' world

Lithuania cuts off Russian gas imports, urges EU to do same

Lithuania cuts off Russian gas imports, urges EU to do same

Secret intelligence has unusually public role in Ukraine war

Secret intelligence has unusually public role in Ukraine war

Ukraine documents alleged atrocities by retreating Russians

Ukraine documents alleged atrocities by retreating Russians

Ukraine documents alleged atrocities by retreating Russians

Ukraine documents alleged atrocities by retreating Russians

Drug shortages persist in Russia after start of Ukraine war

Drug shortages persist in Russia after start of Ukraine war

Almost 300 people buried in 'mass grave' in Bucha outside Kyiv

Almost 300 people buried in 'mass grave' in Bucha outside Kyiv

Tanks and bodies mark path of Russian retreat near Kyiv

Putin sent troops on Feb. 24 for what he calls a "special operation" to demilitarize Ukraine

Talks resume as Ukraine denies hitting depot on Russian soil

Talks resume as Ukraine denies hitting depot on Russian soil

War in Ukraine fuels fears among draft-age Russian youths

"I don't trust them when they say they won't send conscripts into combat. They lie all the time,"

Russia praises India's neutral stand on Ukraine fighting

Jaishankar emphasized the importance of a cessation of violence but avoided condemning Russia

As Russia sees tech brain drain, other nations hope to gain

The first wave - 50,000-70,000 people - has already left, Plugotarenko told a parliamentary commit

Heavy fighting rages near Kyiv as Russia appears to regroup

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said 45 buses would be sent to collect civilians

Ukrainian president says defense is at a 'turning point'

Ukrainian president says defense is at a 'turning point'

Five weeks of war in Ukraine: from invasion to 'meaningful' talks

A full-scale invasion starts with air and missile strikes on several cities

Russian pledge to scale back in Ukraine draws skepticism

The U.S. and others expressed doubts about Russia's intentions.

Russia says it will scale back near Kyiv as talks progress

Russia says it will scale back near Kyiv as talks progress

PM reiterates Pakistan's principled position for resolution of Russia-Ukraine conflict through dialogue

PM also appreciated the efforts made by other countries to facilitate diplomatic solution.

After Russian forces pull back, a shattered town breathes

After Russian forces pull back a shattered town breathes

Ukraine retakes Kyiv suburb, as talks resume under shadow

Ukrainian forces recaptured key Kyiv suburb and desperately clung onto control of the besieged city

Ukraine war threatens food supplies in fragile Arab world

Ukraine war threatens food supplies in fragile Arab world

Ukraine leader says he seeks peace 'without delay' in talks

Ukraine leader says he seeks peace 'without delay' in talks

Russia shifts focus to try to grind Ukraine's army in east

Russia shifts focus to try to grind Ukraine's army in east

US-backed group gets lifesaving meds to Ukrainians amid war

US-backed group gets lifesaving meds to Ukrainians amid war

Head of Ukraine rebel region says may hold vote on joining Russia

Russia launched its military action in Ukraine in late February.

Biden says 'butcher' Putin 'cannot remain in power'

Biden casts doubt on Russia's signal that it may scale down its war aims.

Ukraine says 300 died in theater attack, hunger grips cities

Ukraine says 300 died in theater attack, hunger grips cities

Russian war in Ukraine marks 1 month with no end in sight

Russian war in Ukraine marks 1 month with no end in sight

Ukraine president to press Biden, NATO for more support

Ukraine president to press Biden, NATO for more support

Biden, Western allies open 1st of 3 summits on Russian war

Biden, Western allies open 1st of 3 summits on Russian war

Putin made 'big mistake' invading Ukraine: NATO chief

NATO has already rushed tens of thousands of troops to its eastern flank

Arabs denounce 'double standard' of Russia sports bans

Russia war on Ukraine drawn unprecedented sanctions that have banned from most international sports

Russia limits access to Google News

Access to Twitter has also been limited.

China says Russia is 'important' G20 member, cannot be expelled by others

The G20 is the main forum for international economic cooperation: China

Ukraine says 'confrontational' Russia talks moving forward as West plans more sanctions

Intense Russian air strikes are turning besieged Mariupol into the "ashes of a dead land".

How Russia's war in Ukraine rocked the global economy

Oil and gas prices have surged over supply fears

Ukraine retakes key Kyiv suburb; battle for Mariupol rages

Ukraine retakes key Kyiv suburb; battle for Mariupol rages

Russia court bans Facebook, Instagram on 'extremism' charges

Russia court bans Facebook, Instagram on 'extremism' charges

Ukrainian refugees speak of bombs, half-empty cities, hunger

Ukrainian refugees speak of bombs, half-empty cities, hunger

Ukraine rejects Russian demand for surrender in Mariupol

Fighting for Mariupol has continued to be intense

Photo shows firefighters in Australia, not Ukraine

The original photo of the three firefighters can be traced back to February 2019.

Ukraine says Russia bombs another shelter in besieged city

Ukraine says Russia bombs another shelter in besieged city

Ukraine's cultural capital no longer distant from the war

Ukraine's cultural capital no longer distant from the war

China on the right side of history over Ukraine war - foreign minister

China will never accept any external coercion or pressure: Chinese FM

Russians push deeper into Mariupol

Russian forces have already cut Mariupol off from the Sea of Azov.

Talk peace now or suffer for generations, Ukraine's Zelenskiy tells Russia

Talk peace now or suffer for generations, Ukraine's Zelenskiy tells Russia

Russia uses advanced hypersonic missiles in Ukraine for the first time

Putin has termed the Kinzhal (Dagger) missile "an ideal weapon".

Bitcoin to the rescue: cryptocurrencies' role in Ukraine

More than $100 million worth of crypto has been raised.

UK revokes Russian channel RT's licence after probe into Ukraine coverage

Ofcom has today revoked RT's licence to broadcast in the UK, with immediate effect

Doctored video appears to show Putin announcing peace

No credible source has confirmed that Putin has made such an announcement.

Russian attacks batter Ukraine as Putin warns of 'traitors'

Russian attacks have battered cities and villages across large parts of Ukraine

Video of man smoking among body bags is from a 2020 music video

These images are not related to Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine

Fresh blasts hit Kyiv as Russia steps up attacks

Battles continue to rage in cities like Mariupol, Kharkhiv and Mykolaiv

UN says women pay highest price in conflict, now in Ukraine

UN says women pay highest price in conflict, now in Ukraine

Kyiv to impose 36-hour curfew from late Tuesday: mayor

Kyiv imposed a similar curfew on February 26 just after Moscow launched its invasion.

Russia-Ukraine war: Key things to know about the conflict

Russia-Ukraine war: Key things to know about the conflict

Talks to resume as Russia pressures Ukrainian capital Kyiv

Talks to resume as Russia pressures Ukrainian capital Kyiv

Russia accuses West of seeking 'artificial default'

Russia has boosted efforts to prevent money from leaving its borders.

Russia's war idles some European mills as energy costs soar

Russia's war idles some European mills as energy costs soar

Russian airstrike hits base in western Ukraine, kills 35

Russian airstrike hits base in western Ukraine, kills 35

Turkey asks Russia to help evacuate Turkish citizens out of Mariupol: FM

Nine people have been killed by a Russian airstrike on the Black Sea city of Mykolaiv.

Thousands of Russians scramble to leave Thailand as sanctions hit

Around 23,000 Russians travelled to Thailand in January this year.

Ukraine readies for 'relentless defence' of Kyiv

Attempts to evacuate hundreds of thousands of people have repeatedly failed.

Brits to get 350 pounds a month to open homes to Ukraine refugees

Britain will pay people 350 pounds ($456) a month if they can offer refugees a spare room.

Winter Paralympics to close after Ukraine, China athletes star

The flame will be extinguished on Beijing's Winter Paralympics on Sunday after nine days

Russia strikes military base outside Ukraine's Lviv

There was no information about casualties.

Rising food prices shake North Africa as Ukraine war rages

The scramble is worse coming just weeks before the start of the holy month of Ramadan

China rise to dominate Winter Paralympics

China emerged as a new Winter Paralympics powerhouse at their Beijing Games topping the medals table

Russians push toward Kyiv, keep up siege of other cities

The conflict has already sent 2.5 million people fleeing Ukraine.

Russia curbs Instagram over 'death to invaders' posting rule

This new escalation follows Russia’s blocking of Facebook and limiting of Twitter

War and inflation threaten world economy

War and inflation threaten world economy

'Heroic spirits': Women rush to Ukraine's defence

'Heroic spirits': Women rush to Ukraine's defence

Russian strikes hit western Ukraine as offensive widens

Russian strikes hit western Ukraine as offensive widens

2.5 million people have now fled Ukraine: UN

Meanwhile, trucks are taking thousands of thermal blankets and mattresses in the other direction.

Russian forces edge closer to Kyiv as city becomes 'fortress'

Russian troops edged closer to Kyiv as officials said the capital was being turned into a fortress

Russia built an economy like a fortress but the pain is real

Russia built an economy like a fortress but the pain is real

Russian attack on hospital stirs outrage as talks stall

Russian attack on hospital stirs outrage as talks stall

Russia, Ukraine fail to make progress at 'difficult' Turkey talks

Russia, Ukraine fail to make progress at 'difficult' Turkey talks

US OKs $13.6B for Ukraine in huge spending bill

“We've got a war going on in Ukraine,” Pelosi told reporters

Firm Pentagon 'no' to Polish plan to send jets to Ukraine

Poland's ambassador to the United States, indicated the Polish government had gotten the message.

Photo does not show a downed Russian helicopter in March 2022

A photo of a downed Russian helicopter was taken in February.

Attacks hits Ukraine maternity hospital, officials say

Attacks hits Ukraine maternity hospital, officials say

Former Miss Ukraine describes escape from Kyiv, asks for aid

Former Miss Ukraine describes escape from Kyiv, asks for aid

1 million children leave behind lives, friends in Ukraine

1 million children leave behind lives, friends in Ukraine

Sirens in Ukraine's capital as civilians try to flee cities

Sirens in Ukraine's capital as civilians try to flee cities

Air raid sirens in Ukraine capital; Russians pressure cities

Thousands of people are thought to have been killed in almost two weeks of fighting.

EU agrees to toughen sanctions on Russia, Belarus over Ukraine

The 27-nation bloc also gave the go-ahead to cut three Belarusian banks from the global SWIFT

Russia, Ukraine agree day-long evacuation corridors: Ukraine official

Vereshchuk said Moscow vowed to respect the truce from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Effort to relieve encircled Ukrainian port put in jeopardy

Effort to relieve encircled Ukrainian port put in jeopardy

'Some kind of terrible dream' for Ukrainian women refugees

'Some kind of terrible dream' for Ukrainian women refugees

'Yes, we need hands': Kitchen pops up in Ukraine's capital

'Yes, we need hands': Kitchen pops up in Ukraine's capital

Ukraine war highlights internal divides in Mideast nations

Ukraine war highlights internal divides in Mideast nations

'Some kind of terrible dream' for Ukrainian women refugees

'Some kind of terrible dream' for Ukrainian women refugees

People flee embattled Ukrainian cities along safe corridors

People flee embattled Ukrainian cities along safe corridors

EXPLAINER: Humanitarian corridors, from Syria to Ukraine

Russia has announced the establishment of safe corridors.

Air strike kills nine in Ukrainian city Sumy: rescuers

The corridor from Sumy to Poltava is designed to evacuate civilians.

Russia dangles prospect of safe corridors; Ukraine skeptical

Russian troops were making significant advances in southern Ukraine.

European equities extend losses at open

London's FTSE 100 fell 0.5 percent

Scotland vs Ukraine World Cup play-off postponed

Ukraine's World Cup play-off against Scotland has been postponed following Russia's invasion

Russia-Ukraine War: What to know on Russia's war in Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine War: What to know on Russia's war in Ukraine

US assures nervous Baltics of NATO protection against Russia

US assures nervous Baltics of NATO protection against Russia

Russian war in world's 'breadbasket' threatens food supply

Russian war in world's 'breadbasket' threatens food supply

Macron keeps an open line to Putin as war in Ukraine rages

Macron keeps an open line to Putin as war in Ukraine rages

Russia sets cease-fire amid heavy shelling

Russia sets cease-fire amid heavy shelling

China open to mediating on Ukraine, says friendship with Russia 'rock-solid'

Beijing has walked a tight diplomatic tightrope throughout the crisis.

Aluminium, copper prices hit records on Ukraine fallout

Aluminium reached $4,026.50, the first time the lightweight metal had breached $4,000 per tonne

Russia announces opening of several humanitarian corridors in Ukraine

Moscow said the decision was taken after a "personal request" by French President

KSE-100 index plunges by over 1400 points

The index is currently being traded just over 43,000 points.

Russia hits Ukraine from air, land and sea as civilians try to flee

The relentless fire has pushed more than 1.5 million people across Ukraine's borders as refugees

'No war': Sport turns blue and yellow for Ukraine

Players draped in Ukraine flags, pledges of aid and placards demanding No War and United in Peace

No, Ukrainians are not selling abandoned Russian tanks on eBay

Facebook user claimed that the item description had stated the tank "must be picked up from Ukraine"

Brent crude nears $140 per barrel, headed towards all-time high

The European benchmark crude hit its record price of $147.50 per barrel in July 2008.

Ukraine says over 11,000 Russian troops killed in war

Russia struck and disabled Ukraine’s Starokostiantyniv military air base

Putin threatens Ukraine 'statehood' as Moscow sanctions tighten

Since Russia's invasion 10 days ago, the economic and humanitarian toll of the war has spiraled.

Ukraine's Zelensky asks Biden for more support

Washington last week authorised $350 million of military equipment for Kyiv