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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.
Ukrainian army regains control of the town of Bucha
On Saturday, Ukrainian troops moved further north of the capital Kyiv into the town of Bucha after retaking territory from Russian forces.
Ukrainian troops clear roads in a city north of Kyiv
Ukrainian troops moved further north from Kyiv on Saturday after retaking territory from retreating Russian forces.
EU countries work to help Ukrainian refugees adapt to new lives
Since the beginning of the war, the EU has taken unprecedented action to accommodate Ukrainian refugees. In many countries, organisations have been working to make the new arrivals feel at home.
Apocalyptic price of Ukraine's victory in Irpin
Irpin held off the full force of Russia's invasion, becoming the closest Moscow's forces got to the centre of the capital some 20 kilometres away. The town is now back under Ukrainian control but victory comes at a terrible price.
War in Ukraine: Retroville, in the heart of the bombed shopping centre
Aisles lined with broken glass, gutted mannequins, desolated toy shops and mere rests of sporting goods stores: an exploration of the gaping hole in the epicentre of the explosion.
'If you are Black you can walk': Africans are facing racism in Ukraine
Africans have faced racial discrimination while trying to flee Ukraine, but this is not an isolated issue. Systematic racism has set Africans up to receive maltreatment, even in times of crisis.
Zelenskyy targets Russian diamonds in address to Belgian Parliament
The city of Antwerp is responsible for the trade of 86% of rough diamonds mined in the world, according to the Antwerp World Diamond Centre.
Przemysl continues to receive thousands of people fleeing from Ukraine
The small railway station of Przemysl, on the border of Poland with Ukraine, has become one of the main entry points into Poland for Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war and the place where thousands of refugees wait every day for their onward journey to other cities.
Ukrainian rescuers collect dead bodies in Irpin
While frequent explosions can be heard coming from the direction of the suburban town of Irpin, to the northwest of Kyiv, Ukrainian forces have said they are in control of the town but emergency services believe that it is still too dangerous for civilians.
Kyrgyz town mourns Russian soldier killed in Ukraine
A funeral is held in the provincial Kyrgyz town of Kara-Balta for Rustam Zarifulin, 26, who died fighting for Russia in Ukraine on 14th March.
Firefighters battle huge blaze at Lviv oil facility
A chemical smell still lingered in the air early Sunday as firefighters in Lviv sprayed water on a burned section of an oil facility hit in the Russian attack.
Five people are wounded after fuel storage facility near Lviv was hit
An explosion targeted a fuel storage facility near Lviv not far from residential areas. Thick black smoke could be seen from the city centre. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy continues to call for more military aid
People flee site of missile strike on Lviv
People run away from the site of a strike in Lviv after the city in western Ukraine was hit by two missiles. Smoke billows through the air. The target is a fuel storage facility.
Metro shelter concert brings 'ray of light' to war-torn Ukraine
A concert arranged at a makeshift shelter in a Kharkiv metro station is like "a ray of hope in this dark kingdom of war", 59-year-old Iryna Shkapo tells AFP as others around her tear up at the sound of instruments echoing through the halls.
Colombian company produces protective equipment for Ukraine
Some 700 people are working flat out in a Colombian factory to meet growing orders from Ukraine to produce helmets and vests for civilians and soldiers defending themselves against the Russian invasion
Mexican muralists call for peace in Ukraine
Mexican graffiti artists and muralists unveiled their joint work in Mexico City on Friday in support of the victims of the conflict in Ukraine.
Watch: Stop backing Russia's war machine, Zelenskyy tells French firms
Renault has moved to suspend activity in Russia after Ukraine's president cited the carmaker along with Auchan, Leroy Merlin and others, saying "values are worth more than profits".
NATO to agree major boost in eastern Europe forces — Stoltenberg
NATO's secretary general says he expects leaders to agree to set up new multinational battlegroups to deter Russia from attacking any of its members.