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How do Russia and Ukraine's military capacities compare?
Russia's invasion of Ukraine requires a constant supply of both manpower and weapons. What are the prospects for each country? Who is supplying their weaponry? And is fighting the only way to end the war?
Heavy fighting in the northern parts of the frontline hotspot Bakhmut
Despite the flow of Western weapons to Ukraine, Russia has in recent days claimed gains around war-ravaged Bakhmut in the eastern region of Donetsk.
Germany could now send Leopard tanks, and other latest developments
Here is our round-up of the latest from Ukraine.
War in Ukraine: Kyiv says it plans counteroffensive, Russia continues ground attacks near Bakhmut
Ukraine's military intelligence head says his country plans a major counteroffensive that will liberate territory "from Crimea to Donbas".
Scores of Russian soldiers reportedly killed in occupied Donetsk
At least 63 Russian soldiers have reportedly been killed after an attack on a deployment centre in the occupied Donetsk region.
Russia and China practice 'capturing a submarine' in naval drills
The exercises took place in the East China Sea between 21 and 27 December.
Ukraine war: Russian missile 'cemetery', Dutch aid and embassy safety
Authorities in Kharkiv are gathering all the Russian missiles which have targeted the city, to use as possible evidence in future prosecutions.
Zelenskyy seeking to undermine Kremlin narrative, think tank says
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s frontline visit to Bakhmut was designed to undermine an ongoing Kremlin information operation, the Institute for the Study of War says
Kyiv accused Moscow of militarising its Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant
Ukrainian forces have accused their Russian counterparts of further militarising the country’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, raising fears that it could be used to attack Ukraine.
Watch: Russian military conscripts depart for 'combat coordination'
The Russian Defense Ministry on Saturday published another footage which it said shows "mobilised citizens who completed retraining courses in the Stavropol region departing for combat coordination."
Six new developments to know about Russia's war in Ukraine
Here is our summary of the latest news from Russia's war in Ukraine.
Ukraine war: Kherson evacuates hospitals amid relentless shelling
Russia withdrew from the strategic city two weeks ago, sparking jubilant celebrations across Ukraine.
'I share your pain,' Putin tells mothers of fallen Russian soldiers
Critics say Putin should have met with "real mothers" of soldiers deployed in Ukraine, not women who were "hand picked" by the Kremlin for the event.
WATCH: Ukrainian and Russian soldiers train for a harsh winter ahead
Ukrainian soldiers carry out exercises in an abandoned brick building in Slovyansk in the Donetsk region, before heading back to the frontline.
Moscow tries to reinforce its positions in occupied territory
War in Ukraine: Poorly trained soldiers are reportedly manning Moscow’s positions in occupied territory.
Map of war in Ukraine, as Moscow deflects from losses
Moscow points to territorial gains in Donetsk, potentially trying to reframe the conversation away from Kherson.
'The war continues': Ukraine vows to press on after Kherson liberation
"We are winning", said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on Saturday, one day after his country's military retook Kherson.
Moscow scrambles to churn out weapons and meet Putin's demands
Putin chaired the new committee on Tuesday, stressing the need to “gain higher tempo in all areas”.
Russian fighter jet crashes into a two-storey building in Siberia
Sunday's disaster was the 11th reported non-combat crash of Russian military jets since the Kremlin's full-scale invasion of Ukraine on 24 February.
Putin fires rifle during visit to challenge reservist narrative
It comes as Russians have posted on social media pictures of shabby or non-existent gear for newly mobilised troops.