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Ukraine war: Soledar hangs in the balance and other developments
Here is our round up of the latest from the war in Ukraine.
Kyiv under fire again - just half an hour into the new year
Just half an hour into 2023, air raid sirens ring across Ukraine's capital followed by the sound of explosions.
‘Somehow we will survive’: Ukrainians stay put despite Russian shells
Thousands of people have decided to stay in their homes in the Korabel suburb of Kherson, despite near-constant Russian shelling.
Russia and China practice 'capturing a submarine' in naval drills
The exercises took place in the East China Sea between 21 and 27 December.
Russia hits Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia region 590 times in one week
A school building lies in ruins in the Zaporizhzhia region of Ukraine. There has been no Christmas letup of bombardment here, with local authorities reporting 590 Russian strikes in the space of seven days.
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.
Buildings damaged in multiple drone attacks on Kyiv
Five buildings were damaged in drone strikes just as the city’s work day was about to begin. There were no casualties reported. But according to president Zelenskyy the situation could have been much worse.
Wagner HQ in Melitopol targeted in Ukrainian strike
Moscow has said that two people were killed, releasing photos allegedly showing the destruction of the Russian paramilitary group Wagner’s headquarters in the occupied Ukrainian city of Melitopol.
High profile Russian opposition figure sentenced to 8.5 years
A high-profile Russian opposition figure has been sentenced to eight and a half years in prison after criticising the Kremlin's war in Ukraine. Ilya Yashin was charged with spreading false information about the military - a new offense added to the country's criminal law after Russia began the war
LGBTQ history museum in St Petersburg is shut down
A museum devoted to Russia's LGBTQ history in St Petersburg has opened and closed in the space of a few days after Russia's tough new 'gay propaganda' law came into force.
American basktball player Griner lands in US after prisoners swap
After a prisoner swap in Abu Dhabi, US basketball player Brittney Griner is now back in home soil after being exchanged with Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout. Griner was arrested in February on charges of attempting to smuggle drugs into Russia.
One dead after fire ravages one of Russia's biggest shopping centres
Videos posted on social media showed a massive fire as people fled a burning building towards a parking lot.
Publishers fear chilling effect of Russian anti-LGBT, foreign agent la
Russia's new anti-LGTBI laws and laws against so-called 'foreign agents' have publishers worried that the arts have been left unprotected against possible censorship.
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".
Watch: Red Square marks 105th anniversary of the Russian Revolution
Russian Communists laid flowers at Lenin's Mausoleum in Moscow's Red Square to mark the 105th anniversary of the October Revolution.
North Korea 'covertly' shipping artillery shells to Russia, US claims
US officials who made the claim on Wednesday did not want to reveal the amount of ammunition coming from Pyongyang, stating that the shipments would not change the outcome of the war.
Alleged white phosphorous attack by Russia on Ukrainian village
Sixteen houses were destroyed by Russian airstrikes overnight on Saturday in the Ukrainian village of Bezruky, with Ukrainian officials claiming that Russia had used cluster phosphorous munitions to target civilian infrastructure.
Thousands pay last respects to Gorbachev in Moscow, Putin a no-show
The last leader of the Soviet Union, who died Tuesday at the age of 91, will be buried at Moscow’s Novodevichy cemetery next to his wife, Raisa.
International Military Tattoo opens in Moscow
The opening ceremony of the Spasskaya Tower Music Festival and Military Tattoo took place on Thursday evening on Moscow's Red Square.
Region near Moscow declares state of emergency over forest fires
Smoke from the blazes in the Ryazan region reached Moscow last week.