Russian missile attack on Ukraine’s largest hospital complicates treatment of kids with cancer

National Cancer Institute in Kyiv was busier than usual after a Russian missile struck Ukraine’s largest children’s hospital this week, forcing the evacuation of dozens of its young

Kyiv mourns as rescuers make last-ditch efforts at children’s hospital hit by Russian missile

Rescue operations stretched into a second day at a major Kyiv children’s hospital struck by a Russian missile, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said yesterday, adding that 38

Russian strikes leave thousands in northern Ukraine without power and water

Russian strikes overnight left over 100,000 households without power in northern Ukraine and cut off the water supply to a regional capital, Ukrainian authorities reported Saturday, while

Ukraine is releasing thousands of prisoners so they can join the fight against Russia

At a rural penal colony in southeast Ukraine, several convicts stand assembled under barbed wire to hear an army recruiter offer them a shot

Zelenskyy visits front-line troops under pressure from Russia’s onslaught in eastern areas

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his Commander in Chief Oleksandr Syrskyi on Wednesday visited troops in the eastern Donetsk region who have weathered fierce Russian

Russia hits Ukraine’s power grid on day marking WWII defeat of Nazism

Russian forces unleashed a nighttime barrage of more than 50 cruise missiles and explosive drones at Ukraine’s power grid yesterday, targeting a wide area in what President

Aid approval brings Ukraine closer to replenishing troops

Ukrainian commander Oleksiy Tarasenko witnessed a frightening shift last month in Russia’s efforts to punch through Kyiv’s defense of the industrial region known as the Donbas.

Ukrainian and Western leaders laud US aid package while the Kremlin warns of ‘further ruin’

Ukrainian and Western leaders welcomed a desperately needed aid package passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, as the Kremlin claimed the passage of the bill

Poland demands explanation from Russia after missile enters its airspace

Poland demanded an explanation from Russia yesterday after one of its missiles strayed briefly into Polish airspace during a major missile attack on Ukraine, prompting the

Top Polish leaders to visit White House, hoping to spur US to help Ukraine more

President Joe Biden is hosting Poland’s president and prime minister for White House talks today with the Polish leaders looking to press Washington to break its

Pope Francis: Ukraine should have the courage of the ‘white flag,’ negotiate end of war

Pope Francis said in an interview that Ukraine, facing a possible defeat, should have the courage to negotiate an end to the war with Russia and

A woman clutching an infant is found in the rubble of Ukraine building after Russian drone strike

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged Western allies to boost Ukraine’s air defenses after a Russian drone strike destroyed an apartment block in the southern port city of Odesa

US adults fracture along party lines in support for Ukraine military funding: AP-NORC

As Russia makes battlefield advances and Ukrainian soldiers run short on ammunition, U.S. adults have become fractured along party lines in their support for sending military

Russia: Putin warns that sending Western troops to Ukraine risks a global nuclear conflict

Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed today (Thursday) to fulfill Moscow’s goals in Ukraine and sternly warned the West against deeper involvement in the fighting, saying that such a move is fraught with the risk of a global nuclear conflict.

Nearly two years after invasion, West still seeking a way to steer frozen Russian assets to Ukraine

It’s been nearly two years since the United States and its allies froze hundreds of billions of dollars in Russian foreign holdings in retaliation for Moscow’s invasion

Ballistic missiles strike Ukraine’s largest cities, killing at least four and injuring over 100

Ukraine’s two largest cities came under attack from Russian hypersonic ballistic missiles yesterday morning, killing at least four people and injuring almost 100, officials said, as

US files war crime charges against Russians for torturing an American

Four Russian men accused of torturing an American during the invasion of Ukraine have been charged with war crimes in a first-of-its-kind case, the Justice Department announced

600 days into the war, Russia’s assault on a key Ukraine city appears to be weakening

A dayslong attempt by Russian forces to storm a strategically important city in eastern Ukraine appears to be running out of steam, Kyiv officials said, as the Kremlin’s  Ukrainian

Ukrainian attack damages two ships, injures 24 people, sets port on fire in Crimea

A Ukrainian attack on a strategic shipyard in Russian-annexed Crimea wounded 24 people, damaged two ships undergoing repairs and caused a fire at the facility, Russian authorities reported.

Russia earns less from oil and spends more on war; sanctions are working like slow poison

The Russian ruble’s wobble in value has exposed a crack in President Vladimir Putin’s fortress economy, a vulnerability quickly plastered over by the Kremlin’s economic team

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