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Wheat export ships leave Ukraine's Black Sea ports — and more updates
Two ships carring the first Ukrainian wheat to be exported under a UN-brokered deal have left Black Sea ports; Kyiv appeals to the UN and Red Cross over prisoners held by Russia, and the EU is due to discuss a potential visa ban on all Russians — the latest developments in the war.
Hollywood A-listers visiting Ukraine: are they making a difference?
Oscar-winning actress Jessica Chastain is the latest in a long line of celebrities who have visited Ukraine and met President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. But can these meetings be dismissed as glorified photo-ops or are they part of a wider strategy?
Ukraine war: Six key developments you need to know today
From the first of the ships carrying grain from Ukraine arriving in Istanbul to the Kremlin rejecting the idea of a Zelenskyy-Putin meeting, here are some of the top developments in the war this Monday.
Amnesty 'regrets pain' caused by Ukraine report as criticism continues
The report, published on Thursday, claimed that the presence of Ukrainian forces in residential areas heightened risks to civilians during Russia's invasion.
Latest updates: Key events in Russia's war on Ukraine this weekend
From a new Russian assault in the eastern Donetsk region, to warnings over Russian shelling at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant: the latest developments in the war.
Outrage in Kyiv after Amnesty accuses it of endangering civilian life
Kyiv has reacted angrily, following accusations by Amnesty that Ukraine's military endangers civilians by placing bases and weapons in residential areas
Ukraine war: The key developments you need to know today
From Zelenskyy reaching out to China's Xi Jinping to questions over whether more grain will be shipped from Odesa, here is what you need to know about the Ukraine war this Thursday.
Boris Johnson gives Churchill award to Ukraine's Zelenskyy
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has presented Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy with the Sir Winston Churchill Leadership Award, drawing comparisons between the two leaders in times of crises.
Guatemalan president visits Zelenskyy in Kyiv, expressing support
Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei has visited Ukraine and expressed his solidarity with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Six latest developments linked to Russia's war in Ukraine
From the four-year-old victim of Russia's missile strike on Vinnytsia... to our spotlight on Ukraine's attempts to beat the blockade and export its grain: six key developments today.
Five things to know from Russia's war in Ukraine
From another deadly Russian missile strike on Ukrainian civilians far from the front line... to France's Ukrainian touch on Bastille Day: five key events related to the war.
Russian airstrike kills over 20 people in central city of Vinnytsia
Russian missiles struck a large city in central Ukraine on Thursday, killing more than 20 and wounding another 90, in an attack President Zelenskyy called “an open act of terrorism” against civilians.
Ukraine braces for renewed Russian assault as West faces energy crisis
Russia's bombardment of Ukrainian towns and cities continued despite the Kremlin's announced pause in the assault, while concerns over energy scarcity continue to grow.
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.
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.
Russia pushes ahead with war after claiming victory in Luhansk
Ukraine's President Zelenskyy says "superhuman efforts" will be needed to defend the rest of the Donbas after Vladimir Putin claimed victory in the eastern Luhansk region.
Ukraine war: Six key developments to know about from Monday
From the multi-billion dollar reconstruction plan to Turkey stopping a Russian-flagged ship suspected of carrying stolen Ukrainian grain, these are the most important news on the war on Monday.
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."
Aftermath of missile strikes in east Ukraine's Kramatorsk and on Sloviansk market
Shelling in Kramatorsk, the administrative center of Ukraine's Donbas region, left a scene of wreckage and destruction. Not far from there, the aftermath of Russian shelling in the eastern Ukrainian city of Sloviansk shows a market destroyed by numerous rocket launchers.
Ukraine: Kametstal steel plant challenges during Black Sea blockade
While the Azovstal factory in the key city of Mariupol fell to Russian forces in mid-May, work continues from another site three hundred kilometres away at the Kametstal plant.
Watch as the EU flag arrives at the Ukrainian parliament
The moment celebrated the country's newly-obtained EU candidate status.
Nearly 100 Azovstal fighters released amid war's largest prisoner swap
The prisoner swap saw 144 Ukrainian fighters released.
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.
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war from Tuesday
From the testimonies of the Kremenchuk shopping centre missile attack survivors to the NATO chief saying Ukraine is facing brutality unseen in Europe since WWII, these are five of the main developments of the war on Tuesday.
US actor Penn meets Zelenskyy in Kyiv
Zelenskyy wrote on his social media page that Sean Penn is in Ukraine filming a movie about the war. He also said that Penn was in Ukraine during the first days of the Russian invasion, witnessing "what Russian aggression is."
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war from Monday
From the Russian missile strike on a busy shopping centre in Kremenchuk to Moscow facing a possible default on its foreign debt as its economy slows down due to sanctions, here are five of the main stories about the war on Monday.