Articles tagged "Crimea"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, September 21

Ukrainian military claims successful strike on Black Sea Fleet command post near Sevastopol -- Russian airbase hit by sabotage attack -- Swedish journalists attacked by Russian drone in Ukraine -- Majority of Americans support continued aid for Ukraine -- Romanian authorities rescue crew after explosion on cargo ship in Black Sea -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, September 19

How Russia is committing ecocide in Ukraine -- Top UN court resumes hearings in Ukraine genocide case against Russia -- Ukrainian advances point to 'severe degradation' of Russian units -- The axis of outcasts -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, September 18

Liberation of Klishchiivka creates foundation for further offensives -- Explosions reported in Sevastopol, Russian sources report drone attack -- Russian attack hits medical facility in Kherson Oblast -- Russia plans to bring North Korean workers to occupied Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, September 17

Ukrainian innovators want to bring life-saving robots to the battlefield -- Russia likely amassing 'significant stockpile' of missiles for winter strikes against Ukraine -- Deported Sputnik Moldova head worked for Russian Intelligence -- Ukrainian advances in Zaporizhzhia Oblast prompt Russian defensive focus -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, September 16

Beach during the day, air raids at night: Summer comes to end in Odesa -- Ukraine has liberated the village of Andriivka in Donetsk Oblast -- Russia accidentally drops aerial bomb on occupied Nova Kakhovka -- Russia tried to destroy Ukrainian bombers in overnight strike -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, September 15

Ukrainian strike damages 2 Russian ships in Black Sea -- Ukrainian pilots successfully test Swedish Gripen jets -- Russian pilot tried to shoot down British military plane last year -- Russia’s southern mistake — Surovikin lines, Gerasimov tactics -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, September 14

Deliberate murders of Ukrainian children by Russian soldiers reveal culture of impunity -- Russia starts reinforcing 'third line' of defenses in south -- First Ukrainian pilots to likely complete F-16 training in 3 months -- Romania finds more suspected Russian drone fragments -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, September 12

Ukraine regains control of drilling rigs in Black Sea -- Calls from Russia to surrender hotline rise 70% after helicopter pilot defected -- UK says Russia targeted civilian cargo ship in Black Sea -- Brazil's judiciary to decide on Putin's arrest at G20 summit -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, September 10

Ukrainian forces put increasing pressure on Russian defensive lines -- Fire reported at Russian military unit in occupied Simferopol -- Romania finds new Russian drone debris on its territory -- Russia holds sham 'elections' in occupied Ukrainian territory -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, September 9

UK planes guard Ukrainian grain ships in Black Sea -- US will likely send long-range ATACMS to Ukraine in upcoming aid package -- Ukraine's counteroffensive moves faster than new sanctions -- Increased military activity observed near Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, September 8

Musk turned off Starlink near Crimea to disrupt Ukraine's strike against Russian fleet -- Russia moving troops to southern front line to strengthen defense, Kyiv says -- 'Realistic possibility' that Ukraine can break through remaining Russian lines in 2023 -- Ukraine could export 10 million tons of grain annually through Baltic Sea ports -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, September 2

Drone strike on Pskov launched from inside Russia -- Russia’s war has damaged 15,000 civilian properties in Kherson Oblast alone -- Police report bomb threats in educational institutions as students start new academic year -- Ukraine designates PepsiCo, Mars as international war sponsors -- Kyiv makes 'notable progress' south, says Washington -- and more