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Destroyed Russian tanks on display in Kyiv for Independence Day.
Ukraine presents destroyed Russian military equipment as part of an exhibition linked to Independence Day celebrations.
Ukraine war: What you need to know this Tuesday
Want to stay up to date with the latest development in Ukraine? This is what you need to know on Tuesday.
Irpin returnees find temporary home in a converted railway carriage
Wife and husband Mila and Yevhen Kagarlytski and their 12-year-old son Vlad share the converted carriage with 25 other families left homeless by the Russian assault on the Kyiv suburb.
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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.
Ukraine war: 10 things you need to know
From optimism (and pessism) over talks to end Russia's grain blockade... to pro-Russian separatist territories reportedly gaining recognition from North Korea: 10 latest developments in the war.
Six events from Russia's war in Ukraine to know about from Sunday
From Russia's deadly strike on a Donetsk residential block, to France's efforts to offset a potential Russian gas shut-off... six new developments from the conflict.
Future global order to be decided on Ukraine battlefields — Zelenskyy
Ukraine's president told an Asian summit the world's future rules will be decided by the war started by Russia, predicting that "we are definitely going to prevail".
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'We must live for the children', Zelenskyy says in east Ukraine visit
Ukraine war: 'We must live for the children', Zelenskyy says in visit to east
Ukraine war in 'most active phase of full-scale Russian aggression'
The battles currently being fought in eastern Ukraine could determine the whole country's fate, a Ukrainian defence ministry spokesman said on Tuesday.
Mariupol escapees 'have to pass through Russian filtration camps'
All men -- and women under 60 -- that want to leave are sent to the camps for questioning, a local told Euronews.
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: 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.
Ukraine war: UN works to evacuate more civilians from Mariupol
The United Nations is working to evacuate more civilians from the besieged port city of Mariupol.
Russia wants to 'break us down' with missile attacks, says Ukraine
"Another night in Ukraine, another barrage of Russian missiles raining down on peaceful Ukrainian cities," said foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba.
Ukraine war: Mariupol civilians reach safety, as Russia strikes Lviv
Russian strikes hit three power plants in the western city of Lviv on Tuesday evening causing some electricity blackouts.
Kyiv wants UN to help Mariupol residents, as Russia strikes railways
Ukraine's government said there was no agreement on an evacuation ceasefire with Russia in Mariupol, and called on the UN to broker a deal to rescue trapped civilians.
Moscow accused of forcibly deporting thousands of civilians to Russia
Ukraine claims Putin's forces have relocated hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians to Russia, leaving behind anxious friends and relatives trying to trace them.
Kharkiv: Several dead in Russian rocket attacks on residential flats
The rockets slammed into apartment blocks in the city centre, sparking fires and leaving several dead and injured, journalists in Kharkiv report.
Zelenskyy warns Russia not to 'eliminate' last Mariupol troops
Ukraine's president says the "elimination" of the last Ukrainian troops in the besieged port by Russian forces "would put an end to all peace negotiations" with Moscow.