Britain's Defense Ministry said Russia lost 'significant armored maneuver elements' of at least one battalion tactical group in the attack.
Western countries have supplied Ukraine with weapons, including artillery, anti-aircraft missiles, anti-tank weapons and other powerful materials, but Kyiv has been pushing allies for more support
The probe also covered further revelations around Sunak having a Green Card two years after being appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer in the UK Cabinet
The step was taken as a response to London's unbridled information and political campaign aimed at isolating Russia internationally, creating conditions for restricting our country and strangling the domestic economy, the foreign ministry said
According to data compiled by commodities research group Kpler, India did not import any oil from Russia in January and February but March and April contracts have already touched six million barrels for the Urals grade oil
In the UK, economists warn of the biggest drop in living standards since the mid-1950s, fueled by rocketing energy costs, food prices and preplanned tax increases
Explained: War destablises the 'neutral' in sports; Wimbledon contemplates snapping ties with Russian players
Daniil Medvedev, ranked second in the world by ATP, has removed the Russian flag from all social media profiles and says that he wishes for world peace to reign.
An Infosys statement said the multinational software services major supports and advocates for peace between Russia and Ukraine.
Israel grapples with fate of dozens of Jewish-Russian oligarchs, as Western nations step up sanctions
Israel, which has emerged as an unlikely mediator between Ukraine and Russia, has not joined the sanctions imposed by the US, Britain, European Union and others
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has prompted many countries to hike their defence budgets. Will this lead to more aggressive posturing or help in maintaining peace is yet to be decided
The waste from Britain arrived in Sri Lanka between 2017 and 2019. The 45 containers loaded onto a ship at a Colombo port on Monday were the final batch of 263 containers holding around 3,000 tonnes of waste
The debate on hijabs, which has been fuelled after students in Karnataka alleged they weren't allowed in class owing to their dress code, has been ongoing with many European nations imposing full or partial bans on face veils
The Chancellor of Exchequer acknowledged that the scandal surrounding parties during lockdown at Downing Street had damaged the public's trust in the government
Britain's Policy chief Munira Mirza, chief of staff Dan Rosenfield, principal private secretary Martin Reynolds, and communications director Jack Doyle all left their posts within hours of each other on Thursday
France joined US, Germany, Canada and other countries as it passed a law criminalising the use of the discredited practice to attempt to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of gay people
London said it had seen evidence that several former Ukrainian politicians had maintained links with Russian intelligence services
After reflecting on his own history and the sources of his contentment, Jeremy Irons has, in recent years, chosen to work less, and revel more in immediate pleasures. “I act to live. I don’t live to act,” he said.
'Should have sent everyone back inside': Boris Johnson apologises for attending party during lockdown
Johnson acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that he was at the May 2020 garden party at his Downing Street office
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has renewed his appeal for people to get vaccinated and thanked the National Health Service for its life-saving efforts.
MI6 head Richard Moore previously said adapting to China's rise was the spy service's "single greatest priority" and warned of Chinese "debt traps, data exposure and vulnerability to political coercion"