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Ukraine to regain control of Snake Island after Russians withdraw
"KABOOM!" said Andriy Yermak, head of the presidential office in Ukraine. "No Russian troops on the Snake Island anymore. Our Armed Forces did a great job."
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".
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Russian MoD releases footage of motorised rifle unit "combat mission"
On Wednesday, the Russian Ministry of Defence released footage of a “combat mission” led by a Western Military District motorised rifle unit.
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.
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.
Air raid sirens interrupt performance of Orwell’s '1984' in Kyiv
Programmed from before the war, the new adaptation of Orwell's classic dystopia has finally come to Kyiv at a time when it couldn't feel more relevant.
Ukraine shopping centre survivors describe 'hell' of Russian attack
Shoppers and workers caught up in Monday's deadly Russian missile attack on Kremenchuk are among dozens of injured who are being treated in hospital.
Putin will be held responsible for shopping centre 'war crime', say G7
There's been worldwide condemnation of Russia's missile strike on a crowded shopping centre in the central city of Kremenchuk, causing many civilian casualties.
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.
Russian missiles hit busy shopping centre in Kremenchuk, killing 16
The casualty figures were changing as rescuers searched the smouldering rubble into early Tuesday. Some 25 victims were hospitalised, several in critical condition, authorities reported on Monday night.
Blast hits Sloviansk, mayor says cluster bomb used
Emergency services worked to treat the injured and clear the aftermath of a strike on the Ukrainian-controlled city of Sloviansk on Monday.
Russia escalates attacks across Ukraine, killing and injuring dozens
The Uragan missile strike on a line for water in Lysychansk, killing 8 and injuring 21, is the latest of attacks across the country hitting civilian targets.
Five things you need to know about the Ukraine war this weekend
From rocket attacks against the Ukrainian capital to the Sievierodonetsk falling into the hands of Russian troops, these are five of the main developments of the war.
Exhibition in Kyiv tells the stories of journalists killed in war
An exhibition in Kyiv called 'The War Is Not Over Yet' is displaying photos and testimonies of journalists who were victims of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Recent shellings damage cities in Ukraine
Recent shellings damage cities in Ukraine. Rescuers removed a 500-kilogram air-dropped bomb.
What happened to the Mariupol defenders taken captive by Russia?
With no news from the Azov fighters, their families are campaigning to bring the fate of the combatants into the spotlight.
Ukraine: Rescuers remove 500kg bomb from roof in Kharkiv
Ukrainian rescuers removed a 500-kilogram air-dropped bomb from the roof of a residential building in Kharkiv on Thursday.
Ukrainian forces to retreat from Sievierodonetsk to avoid encirclement
Ukrainian forces have been ordered to pull out of the besieged, strategic city in the country's east, a regional governor said, after weeks of ferocious Russian bombardment.
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Ukrainian citizens are trying to return to their normal lives in the city of Irpin
Ukrainian citizens are trying to return to their normal lives in the city of Irpin near the capital Kiev, where fierce clashes between Ukrainian and Russian forces took place at the beginning of the war.
Zelenskyy goes on charm offensive ahead of EU candidacy decision
Brussels has backed Ukraine to be a candidate for EU membership but the final decision rests with the European Council.
Ukraine claims 'significant' Snake Island victory over Russian forces
The outpost became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance after a radio exchange went viral at the start of the war , in which Ukrainian soldiers used and expletive in responce to Russian demands they surrender.
Ukraine swimmer wins World Champs medal while his dad fights Russians
Elite swimmer Mykhailo Romanchuk doesn’t know if his father was able to see him winning a medal for Ukraine at the swimming world championships in Budapest.
Five things to know about the Ukraine war today
From "catastrophic destruction" caused by Russia's intensified assault in the Donbas, to new EU funds proposed to tackle the global food security crisis: Five of the latest developments in the war.