Articles tagged "torture"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, March 26

Why ISIS attacked Russia and why Russia blames Ukraine -- Russian ambassador rejects Poland's summons over missile in Polish airspace -- Russia's response to terrorist attack, alleged torture of suspects, follows pattern of abuse in Ukraine -- Russian landing ship 'critically damaged' by Ukrainian missile strike -- Russia's Kuibyshev oil refinery stops one of primary units after drone attack -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, March 21

5 things to know about the latest weapons being sent to Ukraine -- ISW: Economic, military indicators suggest Russia is preparing for large-scale war with NATO -- Russia threatens to target US spy satellites made by SpaceX -- Netherlands to procure $164 million in F-16 munitions for Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, March 16

Russian torture of Ukrainian POWs ‘widespread and systematic,’ UN commission says -- Fire reported at Russia's Syzran oil refinery -- Russian missile attack sets fire to medical facility in Kharkiv Oblast -- Whether afraid or indifferent, regular Russians enable autocracy -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, February 10

[video] Why did Zelensky fire Zaluzhnyi? -- Syrskyi reveals his priorities as Ukraine's new chief commander -- Ukraine facing 'critical shortage' of missiles, military hardware -- No Ukrainian POWs on crashed Russian Il-76 aircraft -- Russia builds militaristic youth camps in occupied Zaporizhzhia Oblast -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, December 28

465 documented cases of Russia using chemical weapons in Ukraine since Feb 24, 2022 -- Territorial concessions to Russia will only lead to more aggression -- Russia attempting to use Ukrainian POWs to foment unrest at home -- Ombudsman confirms Russia used Ukrainian POWs as human shields -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, December 7

Ukraine receives "too little to win and too much to lose" regarding military aid -- Russian soldier who shot at civilians sentenced to 15 years in absentia -- Slovak truckers threaten to completely block crossing on Ukrainian border -- Nepal uncovers smuggling ring for Russian army recruitment -- Russians most interested in asking Putin when war will end -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, December 5

Polish official: Russia could attack NATO within 3 years -- ‘I’m afraid we’ll never find them:’ Russia holds thousands of Ukrainian civilians hostage -- Russian ammunition, equipment depots in occupied Luhansk Oblast destroyed by drone strikes -- UK nuclear site hacked by Russian, Chinese groups -- Russia planned interference campaigns to disrupt NATO accession of Finland, Sweden -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, November 29

Faces of torture: Investigation into Russians, collaborators who abused Ukrainian POWs -- Ukraine to open office in European Parliament -- Crippling Black Sea storm reportedly destroys Kerch bridge barriers -- Russian submarines lurk in Black Sea despite inclement weather -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, October 17

Russia admits most of its drones come from China -- 57 collaborators involved in the torture of Ukrainians in Kherson Oblast identified -- If NATO ambiguous about conditions for Ukraine, Russia won’t know what to prevent -- Who are the Crimean Tatars?

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, October 10

Russia provides Hamas with Western weapons captured in Ukraine -- Military intelligence confirms missile attack on Russian targets in Crimea -- SBU names Kherson collaborator suspected of torture of civilians -- Inside a Russian prisoner of war camp in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, September 1

SBU accuses Russian commander of giving order to shoot at civilians in Kyiv Oblast -- Russia delivers tactical nukes to Belarus -- 75 Ukrainian children tortured by Russian forces, prosecutor says -- BAE Systems to produce L119 howitzers in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, August 30

Russian colonel tortured civilians to death in Kherson Oblast -- Kremlin has a long history of killing its opponents -- As counteroffensive presses forward in southeast, 'every meter costs a life' -- German company under investigation for selling drone components to Russia -- and more