Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant loses power for sixth time since war began: Why this is dangerous
Russia unleashed a barrage of missiles on Thursday, knocking out power to Zaporizhzhia — Europe’s largest nuclear power station. This has caused concern with UN watchdog chief saying ‘if we allow this to continue time after time then one day our luck will run out’
Russian missile wave kills civilians in sleep, knocks out power in most of Ukraine
The mass strikes on targets far from the front were the first such wave since mid-February and shattered the longest calm since Moscow began an air campaign against Ukraine's civil infrastructure five months ago
Russian Blitzkrieg: '81-missile-attack' across Ukraine was 'revenge' for Bryansk, says Moscow
at least nine people were reportedly killed and a key nuclear power plant was left without electricity supply as Russia launched a fearsome barrage of missiles and drones on several cities across Ukraine
WATCH: Ukrainian soldiers using cars to toe mobile 2B9 Vasilek automatic 82mm gun-mortar
In a video that has gone viral on social media platforms, the crew of a 2B9 Vasilek automatic 82mm gun-mortar of the Ukrainian army can be seen towing the gun with a civilian car
In '81-missile-attack', Russia targets Ukrainian power infra as nuclear plant left without electricity supply
Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, the Black Sea port of Odesa and the country’s second-largest city of Kharkiv were all hit as the Russian missiles hit a wide arc of targets, stretching from Zhytomyr, Vynnytsia and Rivne in the west to Dnipro and Poltava in central Ukraine
Indian military may strike Pakistan in case of terrorist attack, warns US intelligence
The report also warned that a potential conflict between India and China or Pakistan may spark repercussions that may require the immediate attention of the United States (US), especially In the wake of the Russia-Ukraine war
Russian strikes spark power cuts across Ukraine as fighting rages in Bakmut
For months, Russia has been pummelling key facilities in Ukraine with missiles and drones, disrupting water, heating and electricity supplies for millions of people
At least five dead, several wounded in massive Russian missile attacks, say Ukraine officials
Russia unleashed a massive missile barrage across Ukraine early Thursday, targeting energy infrastructure in the first attack on such a scale in three weeks
Ukraine first lady Olena Zelenska in UAE amid Russia's war
Ms. Zelenska arrived in the UAE on March 7, 2023 and met with Sheikh Mohammed at Qasr al-Bahar in Abu Dhabi, the country’s capital.
Russia-Ukraine war: What happens if Bakhmut falls
Yevgeny Prigozhin, the millionaire owner of the Wagner Group which has spearheaded the offensive, claimed to have captured the eastern bank of the industrial town. Meanwhile, Volodymyr Zelensky has warned that the fall of Bakhmut could give Russian troops an ‘open road’
Europe will never accept Russian threats to its security, says EU President
EU President Ursula von der Leyen urged 'steadfast military and economic support' for Ukraine while also renewing calls for Russia to 'pay for its crime of aggression' after proposing in November to set up a specialized court to prosecute such crimes
UN chief in Ukraine to meet Zelensky: spokesman
Zelensky "to discuss the continuation of the Black Sea Grain Initiative (grain export scheme) in all its aspects, as well as other pertinent issues."
Ukraine seeks support for Africa grain deliveries, appeals to keep Black Sea shipping lanes open
Ukraine plans to send at least 60 more vessels 'to the most affected by hunger and drought countries across Africa and Asia'
Russian activist gets eight and a half years in prison for Ukraine posts
Dmitry Ivanov, a 23-year-old student, was convicted of spreading false information about the Russian army, which was made a criminal offense under a new law that Russian lawmakers rubber-stamped a week after Moscow sent troops into Ukraine
Ukraine War: China warns US to change policies, threatens "conflict and confrontation"
Reiterating China's call for dialogue to end the war between Russia and Ukraine, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang alleged that the United States (US) has been trying to suppress and contain China rather than focussing on fair or rule-based competition
Russia-Ukraine War: Ukrainian soldier predicts Russian victory in Bakmut
On Monday, Ukraine announced that it would keep reinforcing its position in Artyomovsk, despite heavy losses reported on both sides. President Vladimir Zelensky’s office claimed the decision to defend the town was supported by Valery Zaluzhny, Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces
Ukraine vows not to give up on Bakhmut amid constant Russian attacks
The General Staff of Ukraine's armed forces late on Monday reported that the city and surrounding areas were under 'constant attacks' as 'the enemy takes no account of losses'
Ukraine urges probe over footage of alleged killing of prisoner of war
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba was referring to what appears to be amateur footage of a detained combatant standing in a shallow trench, wearing camouflage and smoking a cigarette, being shot to death with automatic weapons after saying 'glory to Ukraine'
Ukraine seeks US cluster bombs to adapt for drone use, lawmakers say
Ukraine hopes cluster munitions will give it an edge in the grinding fight against Russian forces in eastern Ukraine.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz warns of 'consequences' if China sends arms to Russia
Scholz's comments came in an interview with CNN that aired Sunday, two days after he met US President Joe Biden in Washington