Articles tagged "winter"
Germany hands over IRIS-T anti-air missiles, armored vehicles, other equipment in latest delivery to Ukraine -- UN Court rules Russia broke international anti-terrorism financing treaty -- Russia suffers large-scale internet outages -- 207 Ukrainian POWs return home; Ukraine says Russian airbase in Crimea struck -- and more
These are the most important Russian ships destroyed by Ukraine -- Russia launches 5 attacks with chemical weapons on southeastern front lines in past day -- Ukraine may receive first new long-range bombs from US this week -- Key corruption index sees Ukraine improve, Russia worsen in 2023 -- Ukraine ends 2nd month of winter with stable energy sector -- and more
Previously removed mines at Zaporizhzhia power plant 'back in place' -- Russian Air Force more cautious after destroyed A-50 plane -- NATO official warns of 'all-out war' with Russia within next 20 years -- Zelensky invites Trump to Ukraine -- and more
How Russian troops killed 3 unarmed teenagers in Ukrainian village -- White House intensifying efforts to confiscate Russian assets -- Orban claims Russian invasion of Ukraine is not war -- Oscar shortlist includes Ukrainian film '20 Days in Mariupol' -- and more
UN records 142 cases of Russia's summary executions of Ukrainian civilians -- Russia says recent US-Finland defense cooperation deal won't go 'unanswered' -- Russia uses tear gas against Ukrainian troops on southern front -- Hyundai to sell its sole Russian car plant for symbolic price -- and more
Ombudsman confirms first case of Russian citizen changing identity of illegally adopted Ukrainian child -- EU to announce plans to use frozen Russian assets for Ukraine's reconstruction -- Russian forces kill 2000 Ukrainian civilians in 2023 -- SBU targets military supply rail line in Siberia -- and more
Strike on Crimea sank Russian landing crafts -- EU unlikely to deliver 1 million artillery shells to Ukraine by March 2024 -- 44% of Ukrainians have war zone experience -- Ukraine may target Russian oil in response to attacks on power grid -- and more
Russian ship Askold possibly beyond repair following Ukraine's strike -- Russia stockpiling missiles in anticipation of freezing temperatures -- Ukraine Defense Industry confirms mass production of Ukrainian long-range drones -- Russian FSB colonel suspected of torturing Kherson Oblast residents -- and more
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?
Russia has economic strength to fight until 2025 -- Ukrainian forces intercept reconnaissance group near Russian border in Sumy Oblast -- Ukrainian, Bulgarian defense ministers sign memorandum on security cooperation -- Romania discovers more drone wreckage on its soil -- and more
1 in 5 Europe-based Russian spies located in Switzerland -- Russia to launch record number of Shahed drones this fall, winter -- Russia pursues UN Human Rights Panel seat after ejection over Ukraine war -- Could an election and history’s ghosts upend Ukrainian-Polish alliance? -- and more