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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.
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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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NATO secretary-general warns of a possible lengthy war in Ukraine
Meanwhile, in Kharkiv, the Ukrainian military says they have found 103 bodies, believed to be of Russian troops, in territories liberated from the Kremlin's forces.
Zelenskyy urges Ukrainians to 'hold on' in 'vital' Donbas
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said 'it is vital to stay in Donbas', urging his compatriots to 'hold on'.
Russia destroys last bridge out of Sievierodonetsk
Russian forces have destroyed the last bridge linking the eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk to a Ukrainian held city on the other side of the river, cutting off all routes of evacuation for those remaining in the city.
Russia said to be increasingly relying on heavy Soviet-era missiles
Meanwhile, Ukrainian authorities are accusing Russian troops of using flamethrowers against civilian targets in the Donbas.
Friends of Moroccan sentenced to death in DNR call on UK to help him
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Russian forces blow up key bridge in Sievierodonetsk
Amid street-to-street fighting, Russian bombardment had hit a chemical plant sheltering civilians in the key eastern city, causing a huge fire, regional governor Serhiy Haidai said in a video address on Sunday.
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Stalemate with Russia 'not an option' Zelenskyy says
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy has vowed to fight to recover all of the country's territory occupied by Russian forces.
Historic wooden Orthodox church burns down in Donetsk monastic complex
The wooden All Saints Shrine, a part of the Sviatohirsk Lavra holy site, burnt down as a result of Russian shelling, according to local outlets and Ukrainian officials.
Ukrainian MP: The first 100 days of war made people stronger
With Russia controlling 20% of Ukrainian territory after 100 days of the war, Inna Sovsun told Euronews "the Russian appetite will likely not stop there".
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Ukraine: Russia accuses US of 'pouring fuel on the fire' with missiles
A Kremlin spokesman said the Biden Administration is “deliberately and diligently pouring fuel into the fire," by sending new missile systems to Kyiv.
Sievierodonetsk ceasefire broken, French journalist killed
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Russian troops storm Sievierodonetsk as Donbas is heavily bombarded
By Sunday, the Russian assault had "extremely escalated" in Sievierodonetsk, where some 1,500 civilians out of the prewar population of 100,000 had died from the fighting.
Ukraine claims it destroyed one-third of Russia's modern tanks
The toll on its armoured units forced the Kremlin to bring in T-62 tanks, a six-decades old Soviet-era technology, Interior Ministry advisor Viktor Andrusiv said in an interview.
Kyiv fears 'Mariupol repeat' as Russian forces escalate Donbas attacks
Some 90% of Sievierodonetsk has been "systematically destroyed" by the Russian forces while at least 1,500 people have died there because of the war, the Luhansk city mayor claims.
Macron, Scholz ask Putin to free captured Azovstal fighters
Meanwhile, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy pledged that the Donbas will remain Ukrainian as fighting intensified around several cities and towns in the eastern region.
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."
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.
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.
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.