Faced with criticism, Poland's current interior minister said the government had advised Sergey Andreev against laying flowers at the cemetery, and noted that police helped him to safely leave the scene
Russian President Vladimir Putin issued his own warning, saying that if Western forces intervene in Ukraine, they will face a 'lightning-fast' military response
Europe’s economy would struggle without Russian natural gas, with analysts at Moody’s saying that a total energy cut off — gas and oil — would throw the region into a recession
Russian state-owned energy giant Gazprom had already informed the two EU and NATO member nations that gas supplies will be suspended on Tuesday
Poland, Bulgaria say Moscow cutting off natural gas supplies due to refusal to pay in Russian rubles
If Russia continues to gradually halt deliveries to other countries, it could cause economic pain in Europe, driving natural gas prices to new highs and possibly leading to rationing
The leaders travelled by train to the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, to meet with their counterpart, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and visited Borodyanka, one of the nearby towns where evidence of atrocities was found after the Russian troops withdrew
Platforms supporting Ukrainian refugees must prioritise their safety — or risk exposing them to trafficking and exploitation
Many of these well-meaning projects have been developed with limited humanitarian knowledge, and without collaboration with governments or experienced NGOs. As such, they also risk opening the door for human trafficking and exploitation.
Ninety percent of those who have fled Ukraine are women and children, as the Ukrainian authorities do not allow men of military age to leave
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Polish Ambassador Adam Burakowski said that Poland understood the finer nuances of India’s stand on the Ukraine-Russia conflict
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Bruno Fernandes scored both goals for Portugal to overcome the Balkan nation that had knocked out European champions Italy in a stunning result last week.
Russia is one of the world's biggest oil producers and a vast majority of its oil exports are purchased by Europe and China. Data from 2020 showed that with 3.6 million barrels per day, China imported the most, followed by Germany with 0.84 million per day
Russia attacked the International Centre for Peacekeeping and Security, according to the head of the Lviv regional administration, Maksym Kozytsky
The decision comes as Russian troops are closing in on key Ukrainian cities and towns including the capital Kyiv
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that in a phone call, Zelenskyy again asked urgently for the United States to provide warplanes, anti-aircraft missiles and other weaponry.
As the reporter was showing the essential items provided by volunteer groups and the Polish government to refugees, a cheerful little girl entered the camera frame. This moment was aired live
Despite the disconnect over Poland's proposal, the White House remained intent on dispatching Harris to Poland and Romania, as it looks to spotlight efforts to build a unified front with European neighbours and Western allies.
The proposed gift of more warplanes would be a morale booster for Ukrainians under pounding Russian assault for nearly two weeks. But it also raises the risk of the war expanding beyond Ukraine.
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
“There is no Ukraine!” The Kremlin’s narrative is not new and it’s not restricted to the conflict-hit nation alone. The Communists and the Nazis believed that many countries between Russia and Germany — Poland, Romania, Belarus, Finland — had no right to exist. A look at where it all began
Ukraine's have appealed for more warplanes to be able to continue the mission to defend against Russia in the long run.