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

78 countries agree Ukraine’s territorial integrity must be basis of any peace

Nearly 80 countries called yesterday for the “territorial integrity” of Ukraine to be the basis for any peace agreement to end Russia’s two-year war, though some

Russia says it has captured five villages in northeast Ukraine as more than 1,700 civilians flee

Moscow’s forces captured five villages in a renewed ground assault in northeastern Ukraine, the Russian Defense Ministry said Saturday, and Associated Press journalists in the city of Vovchansk

Worst-ever Israel-Hamas combat as Russian attacks on Ukraine grind on

A boy, his face coated in fresh blood, screams as rescuers try to pull him out of the rubble of a destroyed building following an Israeli airstrike in

US announces new weapons package for Ukraine, as funds dwindle and Congress is stalled on aid bill

The U.S. yesterday (Macau time) announced what officials say could be the final package of military aid to Ukraine unless Congress approves supplemental funding legislation that

US is out of money, nearly out of time to avoid ‘kneecap’ to Ukraine

The Biden administration yesterday sent Congress an urgent warning about the need to approve tens of billions of dollars in military and economic assistance to Ukraine, saying Kyiv’s

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

The Netherlands and Denmark will give F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine

The Netherlands and Denmark announced yesterday they will give F-16 warplanes to Ukraine, in a long-awaited announcement that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called an important motivation for his country’s

Angry Russia refuses to speak at UN meeting on its attacks on Odesa

In an escalation of Russia’s anger at Ukraine and its Western backers, Russia refused to speak at a U.N. Security Council meeting called to discuss Moscow’s

Presidents of South Korea and Poland hold talks on security, war in Ukraine

The South Korean president began a visit to Poland for two days of talks and meetings on global security, the war in neighboring Ukraine, and developing bilateral

Nine killed as Russian missile slams into pizza restaurant in east Ukraine city

A Russian missile attack that hit a crowded pizza restaurant in an eastern Ukrainian city killed at least nine people, including three children, authorities said yesterday, as

Russia says Ukraine is launching major attacks; Kyiv accuses Moscow of misinformation

Ukrainian forces were making a major effort to punch through Russian defensive lines in southeast Ukraine for a second day, a Moscow-installed official said yesterday as Russia’s Defense

Zelenskyy: Ukraine counteroffensive needs more time, launching now would cost too many lives

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says his country’s military needs more time to prepare an anticipated counteroffensive aimed at pushing back Russian occupying forces and opening a

Nuclear watchdog’s worries grow over Ukraine plant safety

The head of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog is expressing growing anxiety about the safety of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, after the governor of the

Pope in final Mass in Budapest urges Hungary to open doors

Pope Francis urged Hungarians to open their doors to others on Sunday, as he wrapped up a weekend visit with a plea for Europe to welcome migrants

AP image of Mariupol hospital attack wins World Press Photo

Associated Press photographer Evgeniy Maloletka won the World Press Photo of the Year award yesterday for his harrowing image of emergency workers carrying a pregnant woman through the shattered

US-made Patriot guided missile systems arrive in Ukraine

American-made Patriot missiles have arrived in Ukraine, the country’s defense minister said yesterday, providing Kyiv with a long-sought new shield against the Russian airstrikes that have devastated

US, Ukraine say many war secrets safe from intel leaks

Ukraine’s leaders say they don’t see a  Ukrainian and U.S. officials said this week that only Ukrainians know some battle plans and other operational information, not the

Ukraine to probe video allegedly showing soldier’s beheading

Ukraine promised yesterday to investigate a gruesome video circulating on social media that purportedly shows the beheading of a Ukrainian soldier. The video spread quickly

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