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Ukraine fears repeat of Mariupol horrors as Donbas offensive increases
Ukrainian officials renewed their appeals for more sophisticated Western-supplied weaponry. Without it, they said, Ukrainian forces wouldn’t be able to stop Russia’s offensive.
Ukraine: 9 dead in Kharkiv, as Donbas fighting at 'maximum intensity'
Russian forces intensify their assault on eastern Ukraine as military commander says "we are fighting for every inch of the front line, for every village."
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses Davos summit for a second time
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that his country will not give up its land to end Russia's war.
Ukraine: Foreign minister slams NATO for doing 'absolutely nothing'
Dmytro Kuleba said the war has completely flipped perceptions of NATO and the EU in Ukraine.
Three months on, Russia's war in Ukraine has no end in sight
Many thought it would be over in just days. A quick offensive, a government on the run, and victory declared. Instead, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has lasted three months and counting, and with no end in sight.
Russia must not cause 'starvation of millions', says EU chief
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen accuses Moscow of responsibility for the food crisis by "knowingly" blocking Ukraine's ports, and urges dialogue.
Zelenskyy calls for 'maximum' sanctions against Russia at Davos
As the World Economic Forum's annual meeting kicks in Davos, Switzerland. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy calls for “maximum" sanctions against Russia.
Ukraine war: Russian diplomat resigns over war, saying he's 'ashamed'
A veteran Russian diplomat in Geneva resigned on Monday over the war in Ukraine. "I, as a Russian diplomat, can no longer be associated" with Putin's war, Boris Bondarev said.
Russia intensifies its Donbas offensive as Poland's Duda visits Kyiv
The government in Warsaw is a strong supporter of Ukraine's bid to join the EU, which Zelenskyy says will determine Ukraine's future.
Ukraine extends martial law, general mobilisation until August
The Ukrainian government has extended both until 23 August, with the parliament voting to support the presidential decree with an absolute majority.
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.
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.
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.
‘Cinema must not be silent’: Zelenskyy addresses Cannes Film Festival
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy addressed the audience at Cannes quoting Charlie Chaplin and Francis Ford Coppola about the power and responsibility of filmmakers during war.
Russian soldier on trial for war crimes in Ukraine pleads guilty
Vadim Shishimarin, the first Russian soldier being tried for war crimes in Ukraine has pleaded guilty, acknowledging all the charges against him, which include war crimes and premeditated murder.
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.
Ukraine war: Kyiv troops reach Russian border near Kharkiv
The local governor and the Ukrainian military say troops restored a border marker and sent a message to President Zelenskyy: "Mr. President, we have reached it. We are at the border."
Ukraine 'can win' war against Russia — NATO chief Stoltenberg
NATO's secretary general said Russia's offensive was failing, as foreign ministers meeting in Berlin welcomed anticipated membership bids from Finland and Sweden.
'Ukraine wins Battle of Kharkiv' as Russian troops withdraw
"Ukraine appears to have won the Battle of Kharkiv," say US analysts, while the Ukrainian military says Russian forces have been concentrating on pulling troops out.
Ukraine war: Defence minister says 'no swift end to war in sight'
Writing on social media, Oleksii Reznikov said that Western weapons would take some time to begin turning the tide in Ukraine’s favour.
Ukraine: President Zelenskyy says he's ready to talk to Vladimir Putin
Zelenskyy told an Italian TV interview “we must find an agreement,’’ but with no ultimatums as a condition.
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.
Odesa could become the next Mariupol, city's mayor tells Euronews
Gennadiy Trukhanov accused Russia of the indiscriminate shelling of civilian areas and told Euronews that Odesa could become "the next Mariupol".
'Very soon there will be two Victory Days in Ukraine', says Zelenskyy
Ukraine's President marked May 9 with a video address, declaring that Ukraine would continue the fight for freedom and for their children.
Debates and Opinion
Five ways the war in Ukraine could end | View
Russia began a war thinking it would quickly win, only to find that carefully drafted plans are often the first casualties, writes Michael Horowitz.
Ukraine war: Dozens more civilians evacuated from Mariupol steel plant
Another 50 civilians were evacuated from the steel plant in the besieged port city of Mariupol on Friday, said Ukraine's Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk in a message on Telegram.