Ahead of G7 Summit, Russia Bombs Residential Building In Ukraine’s Kyiv

The neighborhood where the building is located includes a weapons factory. Kyiv: Russian strikes hit a residential building in Kyiv on Sunday, the first attack on the capital in almost three weeks, sparking calls by Ukraine for more support from G7 leaders meeting in Germany. Four people, including a seven-year-old girl, were taken to hospital … Read more

Russia’s Focus On Ukraine’s East With Crucial Strategic Capture Of City

Russia-Ukraine War: Russia’s launched an attack on Ukraine on February 24. Kyiv: Russia’s army has “fully occupied” the key Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk after weeks of fighting, its mayor said Saturday, as Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow would be able to send nuclear-capable missiles to Belarus within months. The capture of the industrial hub … Read more

Ukraine’s Zelensky Reflects On Tough War

Russia-Ukraine War: Sievierodonetsk finally fell to Moscow’s forces on Friday. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday Ukraine would win back all the cities it had lost to Russia, including Sievierodonetsk, and admitted the war was becoming tough to handle emotionally. In a late-night video address, he also said Ukraine had been hit by 45 Russian … Read more

Ukraine To Begin 1st Trial Of Russian Soldier Charged With Rape

Ukraine says it is investigating thousands of potential war crimes committed during the Russian invasion. Kyiv: Ukraine is expected on Thursday to hold a preliminary hearing in its first trial of a Russian soldier charged with rapping a Ukrainian woman during Russia’s invasion, the first of what could be dozens of such cases. The suspect, … Read more

As Russia Pounds Kharkiv, Ukraine’s Zelensky Looks To EU

The Russian strikes on Kharkiv, near the Russian border, were the worst for weeks. Kyiv/Kharkiv: Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday hailed the European Union’s expected offer of candidate status for his battle-weary nation, as Russian forces pounded Ukraine’s second-biggest city Kharkiv and the eastern Donbas region. European leaders will formally set Ukraine on the … Read more

Ukraine To Introduce Visas For Russians

Russia-Ukraine War: The move will end visa-free travel for Russians. Kyiv: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced Friday that Kyiv intends to introduce visas for Russians from July 1, four months into Moscow’s invasion of his country. “Ukraine is introducing a visa regime for citizens of the Russian Federation,” Zelensky said on his Telegram account. He … Read more

First Russian Passports Given To Ukrainians In Occupied South: Report

Russia-Ukraine War: Ukraine denounced the move as a “flagrant violation” of its territorial integrity. Moscow: Authorities in the Moscow-occupied city of Kherson in southern Ukraine handed out Russian passports to local residents for the first time on Saturday, news agencies reported. Russia’s TASS agency said 23 Kherson residents received a Russian passport at a ceremony … Read more

Intense Street Fighting In Ukraine’s Bombed-Out Severodonetsk

Ukraine says its only hope to turn the tide in its favor in the small industrial city is more artillery. Kyiv: Ukrainian forces were holding their positions in intense street fighting and under day and night shelling in Severodonetsk, officials said, as Russia pushes to control the bombed-out city, key to its objective of controlling … Read more

“What Did You Steal From Ukraine?” Russia Minister Asked. His Response

Russia-Ukraine War: Russian Minister Lavrov was visibly embarrassed by the unscripted question. Ankara: A Ukrainian journalist on Wednesday took advantage of a visit to Ankara by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to confront him with an unwanted question about grain exports from Ukraine, amid fears of world hunger if the issue is not resolved. Lavrov … Read more

Russian General Killed In Eastern Ukraine: Report

Russia-Ukraine War: Russian forces have intensified attacks to capture Sievierodonetsk. London: A Russian general was killed in eastern Ukraine, a Russian state media journalist said on Sunday, adding to the string of high-ranking military casualties sustained by Moscow. The report, published on the Telegram messaging app by state television reporter Alexander Sladkov, did not say … Read more