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Consensus builds around Ukraine's EU bid ahead of crucial summit
Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands and Portugal are among the latest countries to support granting Ukraine candidate status.
Russian blockade of Ukraine grain exports a 'real war crime': Borrell
"The war is going to have dramatic consequences for the world," said the EU's foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell.
Russian journalist sells Nobel Prize for Ukrainian children
Dmitry Muratov was awarded the gold medal in October 2021, and helped found the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta. The proceeds will go directly to UNICEF.
More Russian hostility coming ahead of 'fateful' week, warns Zelenskyy
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the coming week "historic" and "fateful" as EU leaders discuss his country's EU candidacy.
Forum urges accelerating Balkans' EU integration
Speakers at the event said the EU accession processes of Ukraine and Western Balkan countries depend on one another.
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Boris Johnson returns to Kyiv pledging new military training programme
The British prime minister's surprise trip to Ukraine comes a day after the high-profile visit of leaders from EU countries France, Germany, Italy and Romania.
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Europe's week: Ukraine recommended EU candidate status
EU leaders will take a decision on granting Ukraine candidate status at next week's leaders' summit.
Analysis: Italy and the politics of a global food crisis
Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi has been at the centre of ongoing diplomatic efforts to unblock Ukraine’s grain exports in an effort to help poorer countries deal with the effects of a global food crisis.
How has Europe reacted to Brussels backing Ukraine over EU candidacy?
"Europe isn't just geography. It's a set of values and Ukraine is fighting for them."
Ukraine cannot host Eurovision 2023, could be held in UK
Ukraine won this year's Eurovision song contest but can't host because of the Russian invasion.
Brussels backs Ukraine and Moldova as candidates for EU membership
EU national leaders will have the final say at a summit in Brussels on 23-24 June. Georgia, meanwhile, was told it wasn't ready yet.
Explained: Where EU leaders stand on Ukraine's membership to the bloc
The European Commission is this week expected to endorse granting Ukraine candidate status for EU membership.
Iconic Jeff Koons sculpture expected to sell for millions for Ukraine
An iconic sculpture by world famous artist Jeff Koons is being auctioned to raise funds for humanitarian aid in Ukraine. But how much is the sculpture expected to go for?
Send more weapons to Ukraine, Poland's PM urges NATO
“Where is our credibility if Ukraine fails? Can we imagine that Ukraine fails and we revert to business as usual? I hope not."
Ukrainians use humour to help them cope with the horrors of war
Comedian Anton Tymoshenko said laughter "was the only way to save your mental health in war".
A Ukrainian comic has one day for a wedding and a stand-up gig
Only Ukrainians could find the funny side of their most desperate war. Comedians Serhiy Lipko and Anastasia Zukhvala took a day off in Serhy's army schedule to get married and enjoy a stand-up event.
How foreigners fleeing Ukraine have been left in a bureaucratic limbo
Europe has opened its door to Ukrainians fleeing the war. But what if you don't have a Ukrainian passport?
Are floating sea mines in Ukraine making a global food crisis worse?
It may take months to negotiate and remove hundreds of sea mines laid near Ukraine's Black Sea ports, further exacerbating broken food supply chains.
Kyiv City Ballet rehearses Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" in central Paris
As the dancers of the Kyiv City Ballet rehearse Tchaikovsky's 'Swan Lake' in Paris, the Russian invasion of their homeland enters its fifth month.
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.
Trouble over lack of food to increase, says World Food Program analyst
As the war in Ukraine continues, the rise in prices of food may be impacted by extreme climate or export bans.
Britons sentenced to death for fighting with Ukraine's army
Two British men and one Moroccan were found guilty of mercenary activities and terrorism.
The war in Ukraine already has its own museum exhibition
Even as war rages in other parts of the country, Ukrainians are flocking to a new exhibition in Kyiv called "Ukraine - Crucifixion".
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.