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Defence minister Shoigu has visited frontline troops, claims Russia
The trip is the second alleged inspection of Moscow's troops in Ukraine and comes less than a day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited the US.
1.5 million people without electricity in southern port city of Odesa
Odesa regional authorities said electricity for the city’s population will be restored “in the coming days”, while complete restoration of the networks may take two to three months.
Journalists and protestors continue to be silenced in Russia, says Amnesty International
A new report reveals that Russian authorities have developed a "sophisticated system of restrictions and severe reprisals to crush public protests".
Iran-born brothers charged in Sweden with spying for Russia
The two men, Swedish citizens, are accused of passing information to Russia's GRU military intelligence service over a 10-year period and face life imprisonment.
Where does Kherson withdrawal leave Russia's wider war in Ukraine?
The Institute for the Study of War says Ukraine now holds the initiative and is "in the process of securing a major victory in the region and in Kherson city".
Caution over Russian 'withdrawal' from Kherson — and other key stories
Here are the latest news developments from Russia's war in Ukraine.
Fears grow as more drones appear above Norway's offshore facilities
Amund Revheim, who heads the North Sea and environment group for Norway's South West Police force, said his team interviewed more than 70 offshore workers who have spotted drones near their facilities.
Ukraine war: Kherson separatists urge residents to 'leave immediately'
Meanwhile, Ukrainian forces keep inching closer to a full assault on the occupied southern region's capital after targeting Kremlin-backed forces' resupply routes across the Dnipro River.
Ukraine war: Russia illegally annexes four regions in east Ukraine
Vladimir Putin said four occupied and annexed Ukrainian regions will be part of Russia "forever" and declared "victory will be ours" at Moscow rally.
Kremlin spokesman's son refuses to join Russian army in prank call
Nikolai Peskov told the pranksters that "it is not quite right" for him to be enlisted.
Ukraine war: Five key developments to know about today
Here's our latest round-up of what's happening in Ukraine.
Moscow's goal is to remove 'unacceptable' Kyiv regime, says FM Lavrov
The FM's statement contradicts the Kremlin's repeated denial of intentions to remove Ukrainian President Zelenskyy and his government from power after the 24 February invasion of its western neighbour.
Putin to Ukraine: Accept our terms or brace for the worst
Speaking at a meeting with leaders of the Kremlin-controlled Russian parliament, Putin said the country had barely started its actions in Ukraine, and that Ukraine should accept its terms now before things get worse.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is facing a further 15 years in jail
The most prominent critic of Vladimir Putin wrote on Instagram this week that the fresh charges against him include "inciting illegal protests" and creating an "extremist group".
Navalny's appeal against nine-year prison term postponed for a week
Navalny requested the delay.
Ukraine war: Russia threatens more strikes on Kyiv
Russia’s defence ministry promised Friday to ramp up missile attacks on the Ukrainian capital in response to Ukraine's alleged military “diversions on the Russian territory.”
What do Russians see on TikTok?
European social media researchers found the video sharing app had blocked 95 per cent of its content in Russia, leaving room for propaganda about the war in Ukraine to run wild.
Russia cracks down on independent media during Ukraine invasion
Russia is not only attacking Ukraine. Independent media say they are in Moscow's crosshairs, too.
Big Tech blocks RT and Sputnik on social media
One Russian official called social media platforms "foreign instigators of war" after they cracked down on state media outlets.
Ukraine forces in missile launch exercise near border
Ukrainian forces trained using anti-tank missiles and bunker defeat weapons in the country's Donetsk region on Tuesday amid threats of a possible Russian invasion.