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'Sooner or later Europe will turn off Russian gas,' says analyst
Ian Bremmer says Europe importing Russian gas is "becoming a very, very challenging behaviour to continue".
Delay on Russia oil embargo costing Ukrainian lives, says Zelenskyy
In his latest video address, Ukraine's president says Moscow is making so much money from oil exports that it doesn't need to take peace talks seriously.
Ukraine war: UN votes to suspend Russia from Human Rights Council
The vote to oust Russia from the UN's leading human rights body on Thursday was 93-24 with 58 abstentions.
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“Our musicians wear body armor instead of tuxedos,” says Zelenskyy
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed the gathering with an update on the war and a plea.
Russian troops pull back from areas near Kyiv, Ukrainian officials say
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that Russian troops were creating a “catastrophic" situation for civilians by leaving mines as they retreat in the north of the country.
Ukraine war updates: Dozens of Russians detained after holding sit-in
Several Russians were detained on Saturday for protesting the war in Ukraine. Meanwhile, Russian troops are retreating in the north but Ukrainian officials warned they will redeploy in the country's east.
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Europe's week: Peace talks offer some hope and EU-China summit flops
The videoconference between Brussels and Beijing was the first of its kind since June 2020.
Violinist plays Ukrainian national anthem before lawmakers in Belgium
A violinist took to the floor before Belgian lawmakers and performed a moving rendition of the Ukrainian national anthem as Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke via video-link to Belgium’s Federal Parliament on Thursday.
Zelenskyy targets Russian diamonds in address to Belgian Parliament
The city of Antwerp is responsible for the trade of 86% of rough diamonds mined in the world, according to the Antwerp World Diamond Centre.
Ukraine demand for security guarantees 'unrealistic and unenforceable'
Ukrainian peace negotiators say Kyiv might accept neutrality if there is an international agreement with western countries providing binding security guarantees.
Five people are wounded after fuel storage facility near Lviv was hit
An explosion targeted a fuel storage facility near Lviv not far from residential areas. Thick black smoke could be seen from the city centre. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy continues to call for more military aid
Mariupol residents bury neighbours in makeshift graves
Mariupol residents say chaos is rife in the besieged Ukrainian city as locals bury their neighbours in makeshift graves
Rockets strike Lviv as Biden says Putin 'can't remain in power'
Russia has declared on Friday it will shift its focus on "liberating" the Donbas region and its breakaway republics.
Zelenskyy's demands for Ukraine 'not in Hungary's interests' — Orban
Orban has let NATO troops into Hungary but banned arms shipments to Kyiv, prompting a challenge from Ukraine's president to 'decide who you are with'.
Macron: France, Greece and Turkey to attempt Mariupol evacuation plan
The French president said the three countries would attempt a "humanitarian operation" to get people out of the besieged city "in the next few days".
Watch: 'The world must stop the war,' says Zelenskyy, urging protests
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged people to take to the streets in an emotional plea to the west one month after the start of the war in Ukraine.
'NATO never more united' says Biden as alliance boosts eastern forces
NATO announced major troop increases in Eastern Europe to deter Moscow and more military aid for Ukraine, on a day of several summits in Brussels.
NATO says 7—15,000 Russian troops killed amid Ukrainian resistance
Even the most conservative Western estimates have the casualties amount at several thousand, while the Kremlin remains silent on actual figures.
Watch: Stop backing Russia's war machine, Zelenskyy tells French firms
Renault has moved to suspend activity in Russia after Ukraine's president cited the carmaker along with Auchan, Leroy Merlin and others, saying "values are worth more than profits".
NATO to agree major boost in eastern Europe forces — Stoltenberg
NATO's secretary general says he expects leaders to agree to set up new multinational battlegroups to deter Russia from attacking any of its members.
Death of 117 children in Ukraine war is 'price of procrastination'
That was the claim of Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as he addressed Italy's parliament on Tuesday.
Music stars swap guitars for guns to help Ukraine's war effort
Then-comedian Volodymyr Zelenskyy, now Ukraine's president, appeared in a video for the band's 2018 hit Lego.
Ukraine: Heavy bombs dropped on Mariupol after Kyiv suburb liberated
Civilians who have fled Mariupol describe it as a "freezing hellscape riddled with dead bodies and destroyed buildings".
Latest: Ukraine refuses Russia's ultimatum to surrender Mariupol
The Ukrainian government refused the Kremlin's offer to allow the evacuation of civilians from the southern port city if it surrendered by 5 am local time on Monday.
Zelenskyy cites Holocaust in demanding Israel act against Russia
In a speech to the Knesset, Ukraine’s president called on Israel to take a stronger stand against Russia, comparing its acts in his country to Nazi wartime atrocities.