The House Speaker is the most senior American lawmaker to visit Ukraine since Russia's war began more than two months ago.
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Head of military intelligence for Ukraine says August will be turning point; UK says Russia likely to use ‘rigged referendums’ to help achieve aimsWhat happened in the Russia-Ukraine war this week?Ukraine has won the battle of Kharkiv, analysts sayRestored suburban rail offers hope as Kyiv clean-up intensifiesUK universities twin with struggling Ukraine counterpartsRussia-Ukraine war: what we know on day 80 of the invasionIn case you’d missed it, Italy is set to host the Grand Final of the...
Russia's slow movement is a reflection of its desire to avoid stretching supply lines in face of fierce Ukrainian resistance, the Pentagon said.
Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of ‘energy blackmail’; UK defence secretary does not rule out supporting recapturing CrimeaPutin threatens Ukraine allies as Truss urges supportUkraine removes Russian statues and street namesHow much more will Nato commit to Ukraine?Rush to get emergency contraception into UkraineAt a glance: what we know on day 64 of the invasionMore than 8,500 alleged war crimes committed by Russian troops in Ukraine are under investigation, Ukraine’s prosecutor’s office has...
Evacuees share horror of months in Avozstal steelworks bunker; why Putin’s shift to the east could lengthen the war; and tattoos of Ukraine resistanceRussia-Ukraine war: latest updates Every week we wrap up the must-reads from our coverage of the Ukraine war, from news and features to analysis, visual guides and opinion. Continue reading
Russia's war in Ukraine is expected to escalate ahead of May 9, when Russia celebrates 'Victory Day,' Canadian officials have warned.
A 21-year-old Russian soldier, Vadim Shishimarin, will stand before a Kyiv court on Friday in the first war crimes trial of the conflict.
Many people believe that the Obama-Biden administration is using (and will be using) the war against Russia in Ukraine to acquire political capital, even though the war does not concern the USA at all. They are 100% right in the first part of their s
US spy chief suggests Russia could use nuclear weapons if war continues to stall; Odesa comes under renewed missile attacks Continue reading