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'Rockets flew by, we wallpapered': Escapee on life in occupied Kherson
Kherson was one of the first cities to fall under Russian occupation at the start of the war.
How can countries protect themselves against cyber warfare?
The Former Chief Strategy Officer for Cyber Policy, US secretary for defence during the Obama administration, says why improving cybersecurity is paramount.
Belarus denies reports of 8 explosions at airbase near Ukraine border
The Belarus military says the incident at the Gomel base, where Russian jets are stationed, was caused when a vehicle engine caught fire.
Latvia MPs declare Russia a 'state sponsor of terrorism'
They have also called on other European countries to "express the same opinion".
TikTok is still promoting banned Russian content to users, says report
A study by Tracking Exposed has found that some new videos from Russian appear via the For You page on TikTok.
Ukraine war: The key developments you need to know
A former Russian state TV journalist detained, H&M and IKEA flog final stock, and oil deliveries restart
Russia journalist who made TV war protest arrested and has home raided
Ovsyannikova generated headlines in March by appearing on state-funded TV with a placard reading "stop the war, don’t believe the propaganda, they are lying to you here".
Ukraine war: The key developments you need to know today
A huge explosion at a Russian-held military base, a rise in premature births in Ukraine, a spat over nuclear weapons inspections and a cross-Baltic call to stop giving visas to Russian tourists.
Ukraine hints blasts at Russian base in Crimea were an act of sabotage
The social networks were abuzz with speculation that it was an attack by Ukrainian-fired long-range missiles, but the Kremlin denies this.
Russian who burned passport in war protest faces extradition back home
“The case against him is a way for the Russian state to take revenge and repress another opponent of the regime in Russia,” said his wife Olga Gyurova.
Finland and Estonia call for EU ban on tourist visas for Russians
In response, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev compared Estonia's PM Kaja Kallas to a "Nazi".
New fine for Russian journalist who held TV protest over Ukraine war
Marina Ovsyannikova was convicted of "discrediting" the Russian military on Facebook, her lawyer said.
Water crisis looms for Ukrainian city of Sloviansk
Fighting between Ukrainian and Russian forces near the key city in the Donetsk region has damaged vital infrastructure that has cut residents off from gas and water for months.
Ukraine war: All the key developments to know from Friday
A backlash to a human rights report critical of Ukraine; Zelenskyy accuses Russia of 'nuclear terrorism'; Putin and Erdogan meet for talks in Sochi; Moscow slaps sanctions on dozens of Canadians.
Putin looks to score economic deal with Turkey in meeting with Erdogan
The two presidents met to talk about vital economic projects between their countries at the Russian resort city as the war in Ukraine continued well into its sixth month.
Outrage in Kyiv after Amnesty accuses it of endangering civilian life
Kyiv has reacted angrily, following accusations by Amnesty that Ukraine's military endangers civilians by placing bases and weapons in residential areas
Finland to limit tourist visas for Russians, FM tells Euronews
The Finnish government has been coming under increased public and political pressure to do something about a perceived sanctions 'loophole' that lets tens of thousands of Russians come to the EU.
EU calls for 'cessation of hostilities' between Armenia and Azerbaijan
European Council President Charles Michel is "closely engaged" with the leaders of both countries, according to an EU official.
Massive fire at Ozon retailer warehouse in Russia
Eleven people have been injured in a massive fire at the OZON marketplace warehouse in the village of Petrovskoye, 60 km northwest of Moscow.
For the Russian banks banned from SWIFT, are there any options left?
SWIFT is the leading system to carry out financial transactions, but it is not the only one.
Scholz 'calls Putin's bluff' over turbine at centre of gas dispute
According to the German leader, a turbine needed for the Nord Stream 1 pipeline that Gazprom says is not ready, is in fact ready and can be delivered to Russia.
Controversy as Spain bans air conditioning from dropping below 27°C
It's part of measures to slash energy consumption and reduce dependency on Russian gas.
First grain shipment since Russia's invasion delayed by bad weather
It's now set to arrive in Istanbul on Wednesday.
Russia tries to entice expats with ‘cringe’ new advert
A Russian embassy has encouraged expats to move to the country for the “beautiful women” and “cheap gas” - but has accidentally used a Ukrainian model.
Ukraine war: The latest developments you need to know
From a drone strike to Russia's Naval Day celebrations; a grain exporter seemingly targeted for assassination, to expanding Arctic plans.
Cypriot tourism industry hit hard
Cyprus feels the cost of the Russian tourism deficit, as one of their largest groups of visitors do not come to the island this summer.