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Ukrainian advance in the east took Russia by surprise, say authorities
Despite being tight-lipped about the Ukrainian counteroffensive, the Kyiv forces are making progress in their push towards the east of the country.
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From Ukraine's army claiming further breakthroughs in its eastern counteroffensive to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant's last reactor being shut down, here are some of the top developments in the war this weekend.
Ukraine says it has retaken dozens of localities from Russian control
Ukraine has claimed its counter-offensive has made progress in the south and east of the country.
Zelenskyy claims Ukraine progress in counter-offensive
Ukraine says it is making progress in its counter offensive in the eastern regions of the country, retaking land lost to Russian forces. This is backed up by outside observers.
Car bomb leaves head of Russian-occupied Berdiansk 'fighting for life'
An official in the Russian-backed administration of the Zaporizhzhia region said Artyom Bardin was fighting for his life after suffering major blood loss and losing a leg.
Aftermath of strike on residential building in Kharkiv
A residential building located near Kharkiv's regional military administration office was hit by shelling.
Russian missile destroys school
Video made public by police Ukraine shows the moment an alleged Russian missile struck a school in Donetsk
Ukraine war: The latest developments you need to know
From Russian troops' continued bombardment of Kharkiv to rumours about Putin and Zelenskyy's ill health dismissed, here are some of the most important developments about the war in Ukraine.
Ukraine: bombing at Kharkiv bus station.
Three people, including a teenager, were killed on Wednesday in a Russian attack on a bus station in Kharkiv.
Widower among mourners as three killed in Kharkiv
At least three people died and five more were injured on Thursday by Russian shelling in Ukraine's second-largest city of Kharkiv, according to a regional emergency service. Natalia Kolesnik was among the victims.
Russia pausing offensive ahead of renewed assault, say analysts
Russian forces made no claims of territorial gains in Ukraine “for the first time in 133 days of war,” according to the US-based Institute for the Study of War.
Scramble as last Miss. abortion clinic shuts doors
Mississippi's only abortion clinic has been buzzing with activity in the chaotic days since the U.S. Supreme Court upended abortion rights nationwide — a case that originated in this conservative Deep South state and with this bright-pink medical facility that is closing its doors Wednesday.
Ukraine: Rescuers remove 500kg bomb from roof in Kharkiv
Ukrainian rescuers removed a 500-kilogram air-dropped bomb from the roof of a residential building in Kharkiv on Thursday.
Rocket strike hits Kharkiv's Housing and Communal College building
On Monday, a Russian strike hit and destroyed the training and laboratory building of the Housing and Communal College at the Kharkiv National University of Municipal Economy, Ukraine.
Russian strike damages Kharkiv veterinary academy
A Russian strike damaged the building of Kharkiv's State Zoo Veterinary Academy on Sunday.
NATO secretary-general warns of a possible lengthy war in Ukraine
Meanwhile, in Kharkiv, the Ukrainian military says they have found 103 bodies, believed to be of Russian troops, in territories liberated from the Kremlin's forces.
Russian shelling leaves massive craters, mines and unexploded rockets
Shelling in Ukraine on Thursday damaged several buildings and civilian infrastructure at a town on the outskirts of Kharkiv. A five-meter-deep shell crater was left at the site. Mine and unexploded rocket clearance is being carried out meticulously.
Tributes pour in for activist Roman Ratushny killed in Ukraine war
"There are no words or strength to accept the hell in which Ukraine lives [where it] loses its best sons and daughters."
After weeks in Kharkiv's metro, locals emerge to a devastated city
As Russian bombs rained down, locals fled in their slippers to shelter in Kharkiv's metro. Here they speak about three months underground and reemerging to find a devastated city.
A decade on, Ukraine's Euro 2012 memories are scarred by war
Two of Ukraine's stadiums used for Euro 2012, which happened 10 years ago this week, have since been damaged by shelling.
Kharkiv graduates dance a waltz on the ruins of their school
10 graduates of the Kharkiv №134 school danced a waltz on the ruins of their school.
Ukraine’s historic monuments conserved using cutting-edge technology
Cultural experts are working to conserve the memory of Ukraine’s historic buildings using 3D scans. More than 100 have been hit by shelling during the past 3 months of the war.
Ukrainian farmers risk their lives as war continues amid sowing season
As shelling continues in eastern Ukraine, farmers are planting seeds with the hope that their next harvest will be done in peace.
Russian troops storm Sievierodonetsk as Donbas is heavily bombarded
By Sunday, the Russian assault had "extremely escalated" in Sievierodonetsk, where some 1,500 civilians out of the prewar population of 100,000 had died from the fighting.
Meet the Ukrainian artist painting molotovs in the streets of Kharkiv
International street artist Hamlet Zinkivsky is back in his hometown of Ukraine to fill the war-torn streets of Kharkiv with his artwork. He hopes to inspire the local residents to "fight and defend".
Convoy of civilians destroyed near Kharkiv
Several civilians have been killed in the Kharkiv region attempting to evacuate from a frontline village.