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Five things to know about the war in Ukraine from Saturday
From a UN report blaming both Kyiv and Moscow for a nursing home attack in March, to Ukrainians receiving their first military training in the UK... five developments in the war this weekend.
Inspired by Ukraine, civilians study urban warfare in Taiwan
Yeh actually works in marketing, and his weapon is a replica -- but he is spending the weekend attending an urban warfare workshop, to prepare for what he sees as the very real threat of a Chinese invasion.
Putin to Ukraine: Accept our terms or brace for the worst
Speaking at a meeting with leaders of the Kremlin-controlled Russian parliament, Putin said the country had barely started its actions in Ukraine, and that Ukraine should accept its terms now before things get worse.
Hummus supplies at risk as chickpeas fall victim to climate change
The world might be running out of hummus as the Ukraine war and climate change exacerbate chickpea shortages.
Which EU countries have been cut off from Russian gas?
Over the past months, Moscow has totally or partially cut off the gas supply to several EU member states, a radical attack that hurts both the European and the Russian economies.
Lithuania displays 'crowdfunded' military drone it's giving to Ukraine
Lithuanians raised €5.9 million over three days to buy the drone for Ukraine, but the manufacturer later donated it.
Governor of Donetsk urges more than 350,000 residents to flee
Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko told reporters that getting people out of Donetsk province is necessary to save lives and enable the Ukrainian army to better defend towns from the Russian advance, with Russia escalating its offensive.
Ukrainian becomes second woman to win Fields math medal
Kyiv-born Professor Maryna Viazovska has been awarded the 2022 Fields medal for her groundbreaking work on sphere packing.
Does Ukrainian borsch need protection? UNESCO thinks so.
Borsch is a dish eaten all over eastern Europe so why has UNESCO now decided it is an endangered part of Ukrainian culture?
Ukraine's sumo team trains in Japan ahead of World Games
A team of Ukrainian sumo wrestlers are aiming for glory at this year's World Games. But how did the Russian invasion affect their training?
Zelenskyy vows to reclaim lost ground after Russia captures Lysychansk
Ukraine's president said Kyiv's forces were forced to pull out but poured scorn on Russia's gain: "What is all this for? To be able to show a Russian or Soviet flag on the ruins."
Ukraine war: Five important developments to know from Sunday
Russians take key eastern city, Australian PM promises more military aid, and Ukrainian forces destroy a Russian base.
Switzerland to host international conference on rebuilding Ukraine
A two-day international conference on rebuilding Ukraine is due to start in Switzerland on Monday
Ukraine war: The latest developments you need to know
Russian forces are putting more pressure on a key city in the east, as the US has promised hundreds of millions in extra military funding.
Ukraine war: Russian forces pound last Luhansk stronghold
Ukrainian fighters have spent weeks trying to defend the city of Lysychansk to keep it from falling into Russian hands.
A new Danish museum wants to tell the stories of refugees
The museum opens at a time when Denmark has been criticised by the EU for its tough asylum and anti-migration policies.
Germany slams 'inhumane and cynical' Russia over Odesa missile strike
Ukraine says overnight strikes hit residential areas in Odesa region, killing 21, a day after Russian forces left Snake Island in what Moscow called a "goodwill gesture".
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war from Thursday
Sanctions could cause a war, says one Russian official, while Ukraine celebrates a Russian withdrawal with a "Kaboom" -- five things to know about the Ukraine war from Thursday.
World's nuclear power capacity must double by 2050, say energy experts
Achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 would give the world a chance of capping temperature rises at 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
Putin blasts NATO 'imperialism' over Western military shake-up plan
Russia's president said NATO's pledges at the Madrid summit showed it was not acting in Ukraine's interests or "the good of the Ukrainian people".
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war from Wednesday
From the "independence" referendum in Kherson to Ukrainian troops battling encirclement in the Donbas and the detention of a Russian lawyer, here is what you need to know about the war.
Russia approves crypto tax break to soften Western sanctions blow
Lawmakers in the Russian Duma have softened their stance on cryptocurrency and issuers of digital assets as sanctions by the West begin to bite.
Ukraine: Moment of strike on Kremenchuk shopping mall caught on CCTV
This is the fatal moment a Russian missile hit a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine on Monday, June 27. According to officials, at least 18 people were killed in the attack, dozens were wounded, and many others were unaccounted for.
US boosting forces across Europe over Russian threat, Biden tells NATO
The US president told alliance leaders in Madrid that Washington will enhance its "force posture in Europe", with additional air, sea and land resources.
Expel 'terrorist' Russia, Zelenskyy tells UN
In a virtual address to the UN Security Council, Ukraine's president called for an international tribunal to investigate Russia's "killing spree" and hold Moscow accountable.
Japan stresses need for solidarity on Ukraine at G7 summit
The Japanese government has expressed its solidarity with G7 leaders over the Ukraine war claiming what's happening in Eastern Europe could also happen in Indo-China