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NATO warns the war in Ukraine could continue for a long time
It has been 100 days since Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his troops to invade Ukraine and NATO has warned the war could last a long time.
Mariupol mayor describes desperate situation in Ukrainian city
Our international correspondent Anelise Borges spoke to the mayor of Mariupol, who described the desperate situation in his city.
Denmark holds referendum on European common defence
Denmark is voting in a referendum today on whether or not to scrap the country's opt-out of the European common defence policy.
'Food for the soul': Pyrizhky, or pirozhki, help heal cultural divides
There is a bar in Paris, where the Ukranian and Russian food is united, just like the people who work and eat there. Our correspondent Galina Polonskaya went to visit this unique place.
Three months of war, Kyiv residents commemorate victims
As Ukraine marks three months since the start of the Russian invasion, residents in capital Kyiv have commemorated those who have been lost since the start of the conflict.
Ukrainian woman, 3 children survive house bombing
The explosions started in the middle of the night, shaking the house to its foundations. Roof timbers splintered and windows shattered, sending shards of glass hurtling above the three sleeping children into the opposite wall.
EU ready to defend Finland and Sweden in the event of a Russian attack
The two Nordic countries announced they intend to join the Western military alliance.
Ukrainian town of New York comes under Russian assault
The city of New York in Ukraine was bombed by the Russian army and continues to live with.
Under the skin: Ukrainians embrace tattoos amid patriotic outpouring
Tattoo parlours are busy with customers as many Ukrainians are embracing tattoos amid the ongoing war with Russia.
Artists react to the war in Ukraine
Every night Darya Koltsova sits down on the floor of the exhibition space in a basement in central Berlin, and picks up a slab of clay and starts to make small children's heads.
This Swedish holiday island could be on the verge of Russian invasion
A paradise island of sandy beaches and sculptural sea stacks could become the new frontline against Russia.
The Holocaust survivors who waited until now to tell their stories
These survivors have waited almost 80 years to tell their Holocaust stories.
Dancers flee war in Ukraine and join Spain's National Dance Company
Several Ukrainian ballet professionals are now part of Spain's National Dance Company after leaving Ukraine because of the Russian invasion.
Air strikes leave five dead in east Ukraine city of Kharkiv
This Palm Sunday, those who remain in Kramatorsk go for walks which are interrupted by two explosions and the intermittent sound of an air raid siren, in this city in eastern Ukraine under the ever-present threat of a Russian offensive.
Volunteers near Kyiv step up to the plate to keep people fed
A total of 270,000 tonnes of humanitarian aid has been sent to Ukraine since the Russian invasion. But many Ukrainians are helping each other as volunteers bake bread to feed those in need.
'No optimism': Nehammer downbeat after face-to-face talks with Putin
Austria's Chancellor urged Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine in the first face-to-face meeting between an EU leader and the Russian president since the invasion began.
Russia's war to shrink Ukrainian economy by 45%, World Bank says
The invasion which started on 24 February has resulted in half of the country's businesses shutting down and the other half operating below capacity as well as the destruction of a vast amount of infrastructure.
Dozens protest in Mexico City against Ukraine war
Several dozen people marched Sunday from the iconic Angel of Independence monument in Mexico City to the Russian embassy to protest against the war in Ukraine.
In Borodianka, fears remain about what will be found under the rubble
So far 26 people have been found dead, but more than 200 are still missing.
Ukrainian military couple get married in Kyiv
On Thursday 7 April, Anastasia and Vasislav, two members of the Ukrainian Defence Forces, were married on Kyiv Hill.
UN humanitarian chief says Bucha investigations are the 'next step'
Police officers in the Ukrainian town of Bucha continue to identify victims, while UN humanitarian chief Martin Griffiths visits a mass gravesite.
Ukrainians living in Greece mobilise to support Kyiv
On Thursday, people gathered outside the Athens parliament as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Greek lawmakers via video link.
Russian television shows rebel fighting in the Luhansk region.
Russian state television on Wednesday broadcast images of what it said were rebels fighting in the eastern region of Luhansk.
Ukraine: Dozens of bodies lie in a mass grave in Bucha
Dozens of bodies in scattered, unburied or partially covered plastic garbage bags have been found in the Ukrainian city of Bucha.
Russian missiles strike fuel depots in Odesa
The Russian military said it struck an oil processing plant and fuel depots around the strategic Black Sea port of Odesa early Sunday morning.
Russian state television shows life of troops in Mariupol
On Sunday, Russian state television broadcast images it said showed troops engaged with Ukrainian forces in Mariupol.