As Ukrainian troops forced the Russian army into a chaotic retreat in the northeast, they reclaimed towns and inherited a legal and ethical quandary: Who in the towns had collaborated with the Russians when they were in control?
Ever since the EU agreed to ban most imports of crude oil from Russia because of its invasion of Ukraine, the future of this refinery — the largest in Italy — has been thrown into doubt
Russia paves way for formal annexation of parts it controls in Ukraine, as Moscow-backed separatists in Ukraine announce their plan for a referendum.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was commenting on a partial mobilization announced by Moscow.
The Kremlin signalled that if Russia were to go forward with annexation, any further military action by Ukraine in those regions could be seen as an attack on Russia itself, justifying any military response by the nation with the world’s largest nuclear arsenal
The impact of Russia’s abrupt cut-off of gas to Europe has doused the business with new risks. Industrial production in the euro area fell 2.3 percent in July from a year earlier, the biggest drop in more than two years
Russian tanks, shells, armoured personnel carriers and rocket systems litter the landscape of the recently liberated areas of the northeast Kharkiv region
The ministry stated in an online briefing that over the past week, Russia has expanded its targeting of civilian infrastructure, even in cases where it may not be having an obvious military impact.
Two weeks after it went down, one of the four main power lines at the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station has been repaired and is once more supplying the plant with electricity from the Ukrainian grid, according to the U.N. nuclear watchdog.
It has emerged as a central question that could determine the success of the novel idea, Russia’s response and the trajectory of oil prices as winter approaches. The consequences of getting the oil price cap wrong could be severe for the world economy, and time is running short
After Russian forces withdrew from Bucha on the outskirts of the capital of Kyiv, in the early weeks of the war, the bodies of civilians were found dumped in the streets, yards and mass graves.
As the Russian defences around the town of Balakliya in north-eastern Ukraine collapsed, residents said soldiers ran for whatever transport they could, leaving behind ammunition and weapons along with personal items in apartments where they had quartered
After his soldiers started an operation to reclaim southern Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy ordered Russian troops to escape for their lives, but Moscow claimed it had stopped the attack in its tracks and inflicted significant losses on Kyiv.
The Ukraine-Russia war, which has entered its sixth month, has displaced lakhs of people and claimed thousands of lives. The war destroyed vast swathes of Ukraine’s infrastructure, and ravaged its economy.
Ukrainian leaders delivered speeches aimed at rallying foreign backers as much as their citizens at home and the tens of thousands of soldiers huddled in trenches and towns at the front.
Europe is being forced to stare at the dark underbelly of the energy reality even as that regular climate offender, the US, is putting in place a meaningful climate action plan, with funding to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars
It is a war fought in trenches and artillery duels, but defined in great part by the political whims of Americans and Europeans, whose willingness to endure inflation and energy shortages could shape the next stage of the conflict
The preparations by Russian-backed authorities to try Ukrainian prisoners of war in Mariupol, possibly within days, have raised concerns from the U.N. rights office, which claimed that such a proceeding could constitute a war crime in and of itself.
Tuesday, as the war approached its six-month mark, the United States encouraged its nationals to evacuate Ukraine, stating that it thought Russia was getting ready to target government and civilian facilities in the coming days.
Prep for Independence Day celebrations in Kyiv had many residents moved and unsure what to make of the defiance. There were tears, smiles, anger and sadness. And many pictures snapped in an attempt to capture the strange and jarring scene
Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, the Commander-in-Chief of Ukraine's armed forces, told a conference held to honour military veterans and the families of those killed that children needed protection in several parts of the country including the capital Kyiv.
Crimea is where czars and Politburo chairmen kept vacation homes, and where Putin is said to have built a palatial, multibillion-dollar estate.
It remains unclear whether Ukraine’s recent activity in Russian-held territory is just an isolated flurry or, as Ukrainian officials have said, the first stages of a sustained effort to diminish Russia’s military capability
Factories in Russian-occupied areas were packed up and moved on trains and trucks, and are being resurrected in the west. Now closer to Poland, the reborn businesses are forging ties with the EU, which Ukraine hopes to join soon
Sloviansk's dwindling residents only emerge—a few minutes at a time—to fill up at the pumps, the city's only water source for more than two months. The war has damaged infrastructure that has cut residents off from gas and water supplies