Russian forces shelled the city and surrounding area 49 times Thursday and Friday, the head of the Kherson regional military administration, Yaroslav Yanushevych, said. Thursday was one of the deadliest days since the Kremlin ordered its forces to retreat
But even as planning for the evacuations from the southern cities of Kherson and Mykolaiv was beginning, Ukraine braced for a difficult winter ahead. And both in cities on the front line and across the country, the true toll of the last eight months of fighting became still clearer
Since the missile slammed into Poland, anxiety levels are at an high in Przewodow and its neighbouring region, than at any time since the early weeks of the war
The Russia Ukraine crisis is upending the role that France has long played as Europe’s biggest producer of nuclear energy, raising questions about how much its nuclear power arsenal will be able to help bridge the continent’s looming crunch
Residents gathered in Kherson's main square in front of the administration building that until recently was occupied by Russian forces, waving and draped in Ukrainian flags. President Volodymyr Zelensky visited the southern city to celebrate its recapture from Russian forces.
India's presidency of the G20 will kick off following the Heads of State and Government Summit in Bali from December 1.
Ukraine’s population has been hardened by Russia’s devastating military campaign, which has destroyed civilian areas and resulted in massacres, rape and looting. Even if Ukrainian leaders were prepared to make concessions to end fighting, their people are not disposed to accept that, US and European officials say
In an overnight address before he was due to address world leaders at a climate summit, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Russia must be pushed into "genuine" negotiations.
Jaishankar and Lavrov have already met four times after the Ukraine conflict began in February.
Russia resumed its blockade of Ukrainian ports on Sunday, cutting off urgently needed grain exports to several countries. The move will have a dramatic impact on food prices across the world. How will Russia’s latest move impact prices in India? Watch this video to find out.
If Russia were to use its air force fully, the costs for the Ukraine military and the civilian population would be overwhelming, putting pressure on the United States to join in a direct confrontation with Russia, say analysts
Irkutsk governor Igor Kobzev said the plane crashed into a two-storey house in the city. The emergencies ministry said the pilots died, but there were no other casualties.
The World Health Organization has warned of the potential for a spiraling humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, where lack of access to fuel or electricity “could become a matter of life or death.”
According to US intelligence assessments, the Ukrainian military has a window of opportunity to make gains against Russia’s army over the next six weeks, if it can continue its push in the south and the northeast before muddy ground and cloud cover force the opposing armies to pause and regroup.
Russia has unleashed a lethal barrage of strikes against multiple Ukrainian cities, smashing civilian targets including downtown Kyiv where at least six people were killed amid burnt-out cars and shattered buildings
Ever since Nazi Germany’s bombardment of London in World War II, nearly every major war has featured similar attacks on a capital’s cultural landmarks and economic functioning. But for as long as leaders have pursued this tactic, they have watched it repeatedly fail
Elon Musk also launched a Twitter poll asking citizens of occupied areas of eastern Ukraine recently annexed by the Kremlin -- plus Crimea, which Moscow took in 2014 -- to decide if they want to live in Russia or Ukraine.
Western leaders have condemned Russia’s annexations as illegal, and the “referendums” that preceded them — purporting to show local support for joining Russia — as fraudulent.
The policy reversal was linked to Sweden’s bid to join the NATO military alliance, of which the Nordic country sought membership earlier this year following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
President Vladimir Putin is due to proclaim the annexation of nearly a fifth of Ukraine on Friday, escalating his seven-month war and taking it into an unpredictable new phase.
Referendums in Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine set the stage for formal annexation of territory by Russia. A look at what’s going on.
The rush to the borders began within hours of President Vladimir Putin’s announcement last week of a military call-up affecting hundreds of thousands of Russians, and the flow has gotten only bigger since then. Though the Kremlin dismissed reports that it may soon forbid nearly all military-age men from leaving the country, many Russians were taking no chances
Three separate leaks erupted from the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, which were already caught up in the conflict over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, sending swirling streams of methane to the surface of waters off Denmark and Sweden. Top Polish and Ukrainian leaders blamed Moscow, while Russian state media suggested US or Ukrainian involvement
Since Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “partial mobilization” last week to call up 300,000 people with military experience to join the fight, there have been widespread reports of conscription in rural regions that has swept up ethnic minorities and, it appears, people unfit for duty
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov addressed the U.N. General Assembly and the world’s media on Saturday, casting opposition to Russia’s assault on its neighbour as limited to the United States and countries under its sway.