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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.
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 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."
Russian state TV reports "Donbass Arena" stadium was under fire
Russian State TV "Rossiya-1" (RTR) said Donetsk city centre came under shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine last night. The Ukrainian rockets, reportedly, fell near the Donbass Arena stadium.
Those evacuated from eastern Ukraine hope they can soon go home
"We think we will return home soon. We don’t want to be here," one evacuee told Euronews.
Russia has issued 720,000 fast-track passports in eastern Ukraine
Officials say the number of people applying for Russian passports has increased in recent weeks as tensions around Ukraine soared.
MPs urge separatist areas in Ukraine to be recognised as independent
It comes after a vote in the Duma.
Nine miners killed after underground lift breaks in eastern Ukraine
The steel cable holding the lift broke as the men descended to the bottom of a mine shaft, emergency services said.
Amazon’s ambivalence is helping support for Russian forces and their proxies in Ukraine ǀ View
While Russia is waging an illegal invasion into Ukraine, Amazon is profiting from the symbols of that conflict, such as the banners that represent Russian proxy forces.
Pro-Russia separatists swap prisoners with Ukraine
The swap is part of a deal brokered earlier this month that aims to end the five-year conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Voting in disputed elections underway for new local leaders in Donetsk and Luhansk
Disputed elections got underway for new local leaders in the two self-proclaimed peoples' republics of Donetsk and Luhansk in Eastern Ukraine
Anger in Kyiv as Ukraine rebels proclaim 'Little Russia'
The leader of a pro-Russian separatist group says he wants to carve a new state from rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine.
Clashes between nationalists and separatists at a rail blockade in eastern Ukraine
A gang of men - one wielding a chainsaw - has attacked a pro-Kyiv rail blockade in eastern Ukraine. More than 35 people were arrested at Kryvyi Torets. One man was injured.
Fonseca presented as new Shakhtar Donetsk coach
Ukrainian topflight club Shakhtar Donetsk presented their new manager to the media on Wednesday.
Talks in Paris fail to make progress on implementing a peace deal in eastern Ukraine
Talks in Paris aimed at getting the fragile Minsk peace agreement back on track in eastern Ukraine failed to make progress on Thursday ahead of a
Ukraine: four dead as bus trips mine in divided Donetsk
At least four people have been killed after a bus drove over a mine in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine postpones local elections in two key areas for Kyiv
Local elections in two areas in the disputed Donetsk region of Ukraine have been cancelled. Polls failed to open in the Kyiv controlled
Ukraine: back to school in Donetsk
The first day of the new term for schoolchildren in the separatist-held region of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine is full of hope for the future. A full
Ukrainian president says embattled town of Maryinka free of separatists
Just days after an upsurge in violence in eastern Ukraine, the embattled town of Maryinka near Donetsk is under the complete control of the Ukrainian
Russian ruble keeps rolling out in 'Donetsk People's Republic'
The self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) has two currencies in circulation: Ukrainian Hryvnas and Russian Rubles. In November Ukraine cut
Deadline looms for Kyiv's decision for special status regions in east Ukraine
Separatists in the east of Ukraine are threatening to breach the ceasefire if Kyiv fails to adopt measures giving the break-away regions special status.
After battle, church in Donetsk lies in ruins
Residents of a neighbourhood close to the Donetsk international airport attempt to salvage what they can from their local church, damaged during an
'No survivors' as 33 people are confirmed dead in Ukraine mine blast
Thirty three miners are now confirmed dead after an explosion at a coal mine in the rebel-held Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine, indicating that
Dozens trapped after Zasyadko coal mine blast in Donetsk, Ukraine
A blast at a coal mine in the rebel-controlled Donesk in eastern Ukraine has killed at least 32 people, according to a local official. Dozens of
Separatists find bodies of dead Ukrainian soldiers at airport
Pro-Russian separatists and war prisoners sorted through rubble in the Donetsk airport on Thursday (February 26) looking for the bodies of Ukrainian soldiers killed in months of battles over the once state-of-the-art building.