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Which country has given the most money to Ukraine?
Lots of nations have donated funds to Ukraine since the war began, but which has given the most?
What would a neutral Ukraine look like?
A neutral Ukraine would be forced to renounce NATO aspirations but could continue its path towards EU membership.
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Europe's week: EU prepares for French election runoff
The EU digested this week the consequences of the first round of the French elections.
Ukraine deserves EU membership, says Zelenskyy advisor
Ihor Zhovkva told Euronews that his country cannot afford to wait years for its application to be accepted by Brussels.
Sanctions on Russian oil would have 'direct impact' on war: Ukraine
The Ukrainian trade representative said oil exports make up nearly a third of Moscow's revenues.
Von der Leyen heading to Kyiv to show 'unwavering support' for Ukraine
It comes a day after the bloc agreed on a fifth round of sanctions against Moscow.
EU's spending since war began: Russian energy €35bn; Ukraine aid €1bn
The "gigantic difference" reflects the need for the EU to become independent from Russian fossil fuels, the bloc's foreign policy chief said.
Hungary could lose out as EU moves to link cash to rule of law respect
European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen told MEPs that Brussels and Budapest have been unable to find common ground over corruption issues in Hungary.
Watch: How is the EU providing healthcare to Ukrainian refugees?
Among the millions of Ukrainians fleeing the war, many are in need of medical treatment, like pregnant women and sick children.
Investigations launched into alleged mistreatment of Russian prisoners
Kyiv and Moscow are investigating a graphic video which has been widely shared on social media but has not been verified.
Meet the Europeans teaching Ukrainians how to use lethal weapons
The Europeans helping with the training include volunteers from Finland, Norway, Lithuania and Latvia.
Traffickers and online trolls target Facebook Ukrainian refugee group
Diana Shore, founder of 'Room for Ukrainians in the UK', has called on social media companies to adopt geolocation software to ensure the safety of Ukrainian refugees online.
'Open the gates of hell': UN wants trapped people freed from Mariupol
"It's very hellish over there, and I think the gates of hell have to open so people can come out."
'I went to rescue wife’s family from a tomb': Man's epic Ukraine trip
“To me, he’s a hero.” Alberto, 58, rescued 38 people from Ukraine, 20 of whom he is hosting at his home in Vienna.
New TikTok users exposed to fake news about Russia-Ukraine war, study reveals
A new report by fact-checking group NewsGuard says that new users on TikTok are shown content containing misinformation about the war in Ukraine within 40 minutes of scrolling.
Russia committing 'massive war crime' in Mariupol, says Borrell
Ukrainian authorities rejected a Russian ultimatum for Mariupol to surrender.
'We are human too': Congolese student who fled Ukraine recounts racism
Videos shared on social showed black people being pushed off trains and animals being prioritised before people.
Ukraine shows 'racial disparity' of Europe's attitude to refugees
Syrian Steve Ali on his refugee experience in Europe and the 'disparity' compared with Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion.
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Record high food prices to rise further as Ukraine war weighs in
Food inflation will be pushed even higher worldwide which can have devastating consequences in the poorest parts of the world.
Tears, blood and courage: a journey to Ukraine
From Kyiv to the eastern city of Lviv, I was struck by the courage and determination expressed by all those I have met.
NATO vows more forces, exercises to face 'new reality'
Jens Stoltenberg said that hundreds of thousands of NATO troops have been put on high alert since Russia launched its attack against Ukraine.
EU expands sanctions against Russia to ban luxury goods
Under the luxury ban, wealthy Russians won't be able to buy EU-made products worth over €300, such as bags, shoes and caviar.
Polish judges detail rule of law backsliding in new documentary
Some Polish judges are making sure the conflict between Warsaw and Brussels over rule of law backsliding isn't forgotten.
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Europe's week: Ukraine conflict leaves little room for other matters
EU leaders met in Versailles this week for an informal two-day summit.
Watch: How the EU will use an untested law to support Ukraine refugees
The Temporary Protection Directive will mean no restrictions on Ukrainians working or getting their children into school.
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To win the war of the Big Lie, we must cancel Vladimir Putin | View
Even in negotiations, Russians opt for the theatre of the absurd. We should not engage.