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A "top secret" document supposedly written by the Azov Battalion states that over 70% of Mariupol's population is loyal to Moscow.
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Russia claims mines found under bodies at Azovstal
The Russian Defence Ministry said on Tuesday its forces had discovered 152 bodies of Ukrainian fighters in the underground tunnels of the Azovstal steel plant.
'Mariupolis 2', by director killed in Ukraine, premieres at Cannes
The documentary was completed by co-director Hanna Bilobrava after her fiancee and director Mantas Kvedaravičius was arrested and reportedly killed by Russian forces.
Russia claims victory in Mariupol as last Azovstal fighters surrender
Russian authorities claim that 2,439 Ukrainian fighters surrendered in Azovstal by Friday, ending the siege of the southern seaport's steel mill.
700,000 Ukrainians fighting across the country, Zelenskyy says
Meanwhile, Moscow claimed victory in Mariupol after months of siege and the destruction of over 90% of the southern port city.
Concern for medic who filmed Mariupol horror, captured by Russians
Yuliia Paievska, or 'Taira', helped wounded soldiers and civilians from both sides and is one of hundreds of prominent Ukrainians kidnapped or captured by Russia.
Azov Battalion evacuates dead after ending Mariupol steelworks defence
Earlier, the Russian defence ministry said 1,908 Ukrainian soldiers from Azovstal had "rendered themselves prisoner" since Monday.
Mariupol escapees 'have to pass through Russian filtration camps'
All men -- and women under 60 -- that want to leave are sent to the camps for questioning, a local told Euronews.
Azov photographer publishes his work just before being taken prisoner
Photographs taken by Mariupol defender besieged for months in the steel plant.
Russia 'takes full control' of Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol
The Russian army says it has "fully liberated" the Azovstal steel plant in the strategic southeastern city after the last Ukrainian soldiers surrendered.
Ukrainian troops surrendering at Mariupol registered as POWs
Ukrainian fighters in the last bastion of resistance continued abandoning the Azovstal steel plant on orders from above to save their lives.
Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelenskyy extends martial law
"Our army and all those who defend the state must have all the legal tools to act calmly," Zelenskyy said.
Azov wives: 'This is not a reality show. The truth is horrible'
The partners of Azov fighters', who asked the Pope to help save those under siege at Azovstal steel plant, are still waiting for news from their men.
Uncertainty over the fate of surrendered Mariupol defenders
Ukrainian fighters extracted from Mariupol steelworks have been taken to a former penal colony in Russian-controlled territory. Ukrainian officials hope to exchange them for Russian POWs.
Russia to interrogate Ukrainian fighters evacuated from Azovstal
After months of resistance, the fighters were taken to areas under Russian control, with the Ukrainian government saying an exchange would be worked out for their return home.
'The support warms our heart': Ukrainians toast Eurovision win
Ukraine’s Eurovision victory came as a boost to morale in a country shaken by war. But some stressed it’s important that concrete help follows suit.
Ukraine: Prosecutor to hold first war crimes trial of captured Russian
The 21-year-old is accused of killing an elderly Ukrainian man during the first few days of the Russian invasion.
Mariupol theatre death toll feared to be double initial estimate
Associated Press says around 600 people are feared to have died inside and outside the building.
Russia planning victory parade in Mariupol, Ukraine says
Dead bodies and debris are being hastily cleaned from the streets of Mariupol ahead of a Russian victory parade, Ukraine's intelligence service has said.
'You can’t imagine how scary it is': Evacuees on life in Mariupol
Civilians taken to Ukrainian-controlled Zaporizhzhia have been telling of life in the bunkers of a large Mariupol steel works as it came under Russian assault.
Unknown fate for civilians trapped in Mariupol steel mill
Hundreds of civilians are thought to remain in the besieged mill, despite this weekend's evacuations.
US says Russia planning to annex eastern Ukraine this month
A senior American official says Russia is planning to hold "sham referenda" and recognize the southern city of Kherson as an independent republic.
Ukraine war: Civilians being evacuated from Mariupol steel plant
A long-awaited effort to evacuate people from a steel plant in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol was under way on Sunday, the United Nations said.
Eastern Europe teams up to reduce EU's dependence on Russian gas
As the Greece-Bulgaria pipeline is set to open in June, Polish and Czech Republic leaders are partnering up to ease Russia's energy influence.