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Are floating sea mines in Ukraine making a global food crisis worse?
It may take months to negotiate and remove hundreds of sea mines laid near Ukraine's Black Sea ports, further exacerbating broken food supply chains.
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'We must live for the children', Zelenskyy says in east Ukraine visit
Ukraine war: 'We must live for the children', Zelenskyy says in visit to east
US president makes impassioned plea for ban on assault weapons
Ten days after 19 children and two teachers were massacred by a teenage gunman in Uvalde, Texas, US President Joe Biden has asked that "common sense" prevails in the debate on gun control legislation.
Germany to send Kyiv anti-aircraft missiles and radar systems
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Wednesday that his country will supply Ukraine with modern anti-aircraft missiles and radar systems, stepping up arms deliveries amid criticism that Germany isn’t doing enough to help Kyiv in its time of need.
Joe Biden visits grieving Texas community after deadly shooting
The US president visited the grieving community of Uvalde to show solidarity with the families of the 21 victims.
'They don't know what war is': Fears over Ukraine forces' preparedness
An injured military trainer tells Euronews that some soldiers "have no idea of what war is all about" as Russia intensifies its eastern assault.
What are the Switchblade 'suicide drones' boosting Ukraine’s arsenal?
The US is working to equip Ukraine with cutting-edge drones that dive-bomb into their targets and can pierce through the armour of tanks.
North Korea vows to develop its nuclear arsenal 'at maximum speed’
North Korea has vowed to speed up the production of its nuclear arsenal, and officials from South Korea and the US are warning that there are signs that the country has started construction at its nuclear test site.
Olaf Scholz faces growing criticism over handling of Ukraine war
Unlike many NATO countries which are sending heavy weaponry to Ukraine, Germany still refuses, despite direct requests from Ukrainian officials.
Melitopol mayor asks Brussels for more weapons in fight against Russia
Ivan Fedorov was in the Belgian capital as part of a Ukrainian delegation asking the EU for increased support.
Europe too grapples with threat of 3D-printed ‘ghost guns’
Gun enthusiasts in the United States and Europe are making untraceable firearms using 3D printers. Can they be stopped?
We should be proud of surviving 50 days of war, says Zelenskyy
Russia thought Ukraine would crumble within five days, claimed Zelenskyy, so the country should be proud it has survived 50.
The weapons being sent to Ukraine, and those it’s still hoping for
Ukraine has received high-tech weaponry from a number of allies to help it fight back against Russia’s invasion.
UK promises more military aid to Ukraine, as Russia's losses grow
Boris Johnson became the latest European leader to visit Kyiv, and he praised Ukrainians as "people of iron."
Starstreak: What is the UK-made weapon being used in Ukraine?
The UK supplied the Starstreak defence system to help Ukraine fight off air attacks, reportedly used for the first time against a Russian helicopter.
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.
US leads calls for sanctions on North Korea after latest missile test
The United States has led calls for increased sanctions on North Korea, following Pyong-Yang’s first long-range missile test for almost five years.
The 'smaller' nuclear weapons Putin could be tempted to use in Ukraine
The West fears that Russian president Vladimir Putin, frustrated over the stalemate in Ukraine, could resort to using nuclear weapons.
A look back at a month of war in Ukraine
It has been one month since Ukrainians woke up to the sirens and explosions, as Russian forces launched their invasion. Since then Kyiv, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Mariupol and many other cities have been under constant attack. Here are the strongest moments since February, 24.
One month in, Russia's Ukraine offensive has faltered
Ukrainian resistance has forced the traditional and mechanised Russian army to change strategies and tactics.
Watch: What are hypersonic weapons and why is Russia using them?
The Kinzhal missiles were allegedly deployed against a munitions storage facility in Western Ukraine and a fuel storage depot in central Ukraine.
Which weapons are being used in the war in Ukraine?
The Ukrainian army is outgunned and outmanned in comparison to the Russian army. Here is some of the battlefield tech being used in the invasion.
'I'm very scared': Gun sales soar in Lithuania amid war in Ukraine
Gun buyers have been flocking to Lithuania's stores since the start of the war in Ukraine, with sales increasing up to eight times and applications for gun licences doubling.
Which countries are sending weapons and military aid to Ukraine?
An ever-growing list of countries are sending military assistance to Ukraine following Russia's invasion, including the EU for the first time.
What are thermobaric rockets, Russia's most fearsome weapons?
Capable of obliterating humans and destroying city blocks in a single salvo, thermobaric rockets could sway the war for Russia with devastating costs.
St Javelin and the missile that's now an icon of Ukraine's resistance
The US-made Javelin missiles have become an indispensable weapon in Ukraine's arsenal - for the military as well as public morale.