24 February 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine (Wikipedia) and timeline of Putin's war (Langenberger Musikschule)


2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine since 24 February, as Russian ground forces enter Ukraine. At about 06:00 Moscow time, Russian regime's Vladimir Putin announced a military operation in eastern Ukraine. Minutes later, missile strikes began at locations across the country, including in the capital Kyiv. The Ukrainian Border Service stated that its borders with Russia and Belarus were attacked. Multiple countries have condemned the attack on Ukraine, part and latest chapter of the Russo-Ukrainian War since winter/spring 2014, started by Vladimir Putin, today globally criticized as a war criminal
War crimes in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine: War crimes in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine listed , as discriminate attacks on civilian areas by Russian forces have occurred since the first days of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, which may constitute war crimes. The invasion is part of the protracted Russo-Ukrainian War that started in 2014. The invasion itself constitutes a crime of aggression and violates Article 353 of Russian Criminal Code 'Planning, preparing, unleashing, or waging on aggressive war'
28 February 2022 ICC prosecutor to investigate possible war crimes in Ukraine: 28 February 2022: ICC prosecutor to investigate possible war crimes in Ukraine, as prosecutor Karim Khan says that although Ukraine isn’t a member of the ICC, it has awarded jurisdiction to the court, also saying that there was grounds to open an investigation based on a previous preliminary investigation on Crimea and the Donbas (since early 2014) published last year, and on current events in Ukraine, adding 'I have already tasked my team to explore all evidence preservation opportunities'


Since 24 February 2022 'Wikipedia' timeline of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine: Since 24 February 2022 'Wikipedia' timeline of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, edited by 'Wikipedia'
Since 24 February 2022 Ukrainian 'ukrinform' reports with live updates: 24 February 2022: Ukrainian multimedia platform for broadcasting 'ukrinform' reports with live updates at 13:18 that Mariupol has comes under Smerch MLRS fire, killing three civilians, wounding seven others, as Russian armed formations have fired Smerch multiple launch rocket systems at the residential areas and airport of Mariupol, killing three and wounding seven civilians, as Ukrainian defense forces shots down seventh Russian plane
Since 24 February 2022 British 'The Guardian' reports: 24 February 2022: International outcry as Putin launches ‘full-scale invasion’, as updates: explosions heard in cities across Ukraine after Vladimir Putin announces operation to ‘demilitarise’ neighbouring country, as UN security briefing held as war broke, as the Russian ruble - the official currency of the Russian Federation - falls to all-time low, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates
Since 24 February 2022 international broadcaster 'Al Jazeera': 24 February 2022: Russia's Putin regime launches full-scale invasion of neighbouring democratic country Ukraine, as multi-pronged attack on several Ukrainian cities begins, as the government in Kyiv accuses Russia’s Putin of ‘war of aggression’, as several Ukrainian civilians reportedly killed, as Ukrainian president Zelenskyy declares martial law, calling on citizens to fight, claiming Ukraine will 'win', as Ukraine’s military says about 50 Russian forces have been killed and six warplanes destroyed in fighting, as democratic powers condemn Moscow regime’s move, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
Since 24 February 2022 Israel's 'Haaretz' reports with live updates: 24 Febraury 2022: Russia launches full-scale attacks across Ukraine, 'Haaretz' reports with live updates, showing a Ukrainian map with major cities - Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lutsk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Mariupol and more -, as Russian troops had landed in southern port cities of Odessa and Mariupol, as 'command centres' in Kyiv city and Kharkiv city had been struck by Russian missiles, as at 2:43 PM second wave of missile strikes hit Ukraine according to Reuters, as independent Ukraine calls on all citizens rise up to Russian invasion, and as EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said 'these are among the darkest hours for Europe since World War II'
25 February 2022 Ukrainian 'ukrinform' reports: 25 February 2022: The most difficult military situation is currently observed near Kharkiv, in the Sumy region, as well as in the south of Ukraine, as paratroopers who landed in Mykolaiv in the area of the Timvod residential district have been defeated, as Putin regime allowed wreckage, probably of Grad system, to hit one of the orphanages in Vorzel in Kyiv region, with 50 children inside, as Russian forces have lost about 2,800 people since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine, 'ukrinform' reports
25 February 'The Guardian' reports: 25 February 2022: Nato to deploy more troops to eastern Europe, as Jens Stoltenberg also accuses Russia of lying about its intentions, as prominent Russians join protests against Ukraine war amid 1,800 arrests in Russia, as fighting reached Kyiv and as Russian invasion intensifies, as EU and UK announce sanctions targeting Putin and Lavrov, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates
25 February 'Al Jazeera' reports: 25 February 2022: Day two of Russian attack on Ukraine, as Ukraine president says at least 137 Russian soldiers killed in full-scale Russian military attack as Western powers announce a series of sanctions against Russia's Putin regime, also reports more key recent developments
25 February 2022 'Haaretz' reports with live updates: 25 February 2022: Putin calls on Ukrainian army to seize power as forces close in on Kyiv, 'Haaretz' reports with live updates
25/26 February 2022 'The Guardian' continues reporting with live updates: 25/26 February 2022 Ukrainian president warns tonight will be ‘the hardest’, as explosions heard in the capital Kyiv, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates - 25 February 2022: Prominent Russians shocked by the invasion of Ukraine have gone public with their opposition to the war, despite the professional and personal risks that come with dissent on such a sensitive issue in Russia, as already more than 1,800 people were arrested at rallies across the country on Thursday night - 25 February 2022 USA is joining the European Union in imposing direct sanctions on Russian regime's Vladimir Putin and FM Sergei Lavrov, 'ukrinform' reports
26 February 2022 'The Guardian' continues reporting on the morning of the third day, 198 Ukrainian citizens killed: 26 February 2022: Ukrainians attempt to hold off Russian forces, as defence forces wage ferocious resistance in the capital as Zelenskiy says ‘we will not lay down our arms’, as on the morning of the third day already 198 Ukrainian citizens killed in Russian Putin regime's invasion, as three children are among those dead, as Ukrainian health ministry was quoted saying that 1,115 people had been injured, including 33 children, as fighting continues on streets of Kyiv on the third day, as Russia attacks on four fronts, as on Saturday evening gunfights continue in Kyiv with capital under curfew until Monday, and as 'The Guardian' continues reporting with live updates
26 February 'The Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates: 26 February 2022: Over the last 24 hours Russian forces have lost SU-30 fighter aircraft, 11 helicopters, 2 Su-25 aircraft, 2 Il-76 air-fighters, a column of equipment and fuel echelon, according to Air Force Command of Ukraine’s Armed Forces, Russian artillery fire has struck Kyiv's children's cancer hospital Okhmadyt, killing one child and wounding two, along with two adults, Germany to send 1,000 unspecified anti-tank weapons and 500 FIM-92 Stinger air defense missiles, as Russia’s all-out invasion is a turning point in EU country's long-standing opposition to providing Ukraine with lethal weaponry, said German Chancellor Olaf Scholz
26 February 'Haaretz' reports with live updates: 26 February 2022: Russian Putin regime's mass assault by land, sea and air in the biggest attack on a European state since German empire's and Axis powers World War II leaving parts of the world in ruins and tens of millions murderded, including the Holocaust intended to leave no traces and memories, as Putin regime on 26 February using amphibious warships to attack Ukraine's Mariupol, as Israel in February 2022 refuses to sign UN Security Council condemnation of Russian invasion, and as more than 80 countries agreed to USA's request to express support for condemning Putin regime's invasion
27 February 2022 Putin ordered nuclear deterrent forces on alert following 'aggressive statements' by NATO nations: 27 February 2022: Russian regime's Putin has ordered Russian nuclear deterrent forces on alert amid tensions with the West over Ukraine - 27 February 2022: Kyivindependent reports that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin made the decision in response to what he called 'aggressive statements' by NATO nations and Western sanctions against Russia
27 February 2022 'The Guardian' continues reporting on the fourth day: 27 February 2022: Ukraine has filed a lawsuit against Russia to the UN international court of justice at the Hague, president Volodymyr Zelenskiy said, the court that settles disputes between states regarding international law, noting that Russia was bombarding residential areas in Ukraine, but warning 'we will fight as long as it takes to liberate the country', saying 'the past night in Ukraine was brutal, again shooting, again bombardments of residential areas, civilian infrastructure'
28 February 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the fifth day: 28 February 2022: Rockets kill civilians in Kharkiv as Moscow regime ‘adapts its tactics’, as Turkey will limit Russian warship access to Black Sea, according to Turkish president confirming Ankara will invoke Montreux Convention on day that rocket strikes killed ‘dozens’ in Ukrainian city of Kharkiv
28 February 2022 NATO's Jens Stoltenberg rules out enforcing a 'no-fly zone' in Ukraine according to USA media: 28 February 2022: NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg rules out enforcing a 'no-fly zone' in Ukraine, while condemning Putin’s decision to put his nuclear deterrent forces on high alert, according to USA media
1 March 2022 death, destruction as Russia's invasion of Ukraine enters day six: 1 March 2022 Death, destruction as Russia's invasion of Ukraine enters day six, with reports that the Russian Army had set up checkpoints on the outskirts of the Ukrainian city of Kherson, that a huge military convoy was massing outside Kyiv, that Russian forces aim to encircle the port city of Mariupol on March 1, with video images of fighting in the country's second-largest city Kharkiv, showing residential areas being shelled and apartment buildings shaken by powerful explosions, and as adviser Anton Herashchenko said dozens of people in Kharkiv had been killed in rocket strikes on February 28
1 March 2022 Russian army conducting missile attack on the territory of Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Complex: 1 March 2022: The Russian army is conducting a powerful missile attack on the territory of the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Complex
1 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' reports, incl. Kyiv, Kharkiv and other cities, regions and towns: 1 March 2022: Kharkiv barraged with rockets, 11 people killed, as Russian forces have blasted Ukraine’s second-largest city with Grad multiple rocket launcher systems on 28 February, striking residential buildings
1 March 2022 National News Agency of Ukraine 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates: 1 March 2022 National News Agency of Ukraine 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the sixth day
1 March 2022 Russian regime's bombardment of Kharkiv city described as a war crime: 1 March 2022: Ukraine's president describes Russian regime's bombardment of Kharkiv city, which killed dozens of civilians, as a war crime, as Volodymyr Zelensky said there were eyewitness accounts of civilians being deliberately targeted during Monday's attack on Ukraine's second largest city, as rights groups also said war crimes may have occurred during Russia's invasion, and as the International Criminal Court ICC is looking to launch its own investigation into the allegations, BBC reports with video and Ukraine maps to track Russia's ongoing invasion
2 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' reports, including development in cities, regions and towns: 2 March 2022: Since Russian dictator Putin declared war against Ukraine, Russian regime destroyed hundreds of transport infrastructure facilities, homes, hospitals and kindergartens, killing over 2,000 people (according to the State Emergency Service), as Nord Stream 2 files for bankruptcy, as 88% of Ukrainians believe that Ukraine will successfully fight off Russia, as poll also showed that 98% of Ukrainians support the actions of Ukraine's Armed Forces
2 March 2022 National News Agency of Ukraine 'Ukrinform', 'The Guardian' reporting with live updates: 2 March 2022 a total of 21 children have been killed and 55 wounded since Russia initiated a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Commissioner for Human Rights says, as 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the seventh day - 2 March 2022: Russia aims to erase Ukraine, says president Zelenskiy, as bombardment intensifies and as USA's Biden vows to ‘make Putin pay’ for invasion, as UN General Assembly’s condemned Russia’s invasion, calling for it immediately to pull all of its forces out of Ukraine, as alongside Russia, the countries that voted against the UN resolution were Belarus, North Korea, Eritrea and Syria, called 'many friends' by Russia's Lavrov, saying you can’t isolate it, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates
3 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' reports on the eighth day of Putin's war crimes: 3 March 2022: 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates, including Kyiv city, Kharkiv and more cities and regions - 3 March 2022 National News Agency of Ukraine 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the eighth day
3 March 2022 explosions rock Kyiv as Russian assault continues: 3 March 2022: The port city of Mariupol continues to come under sustained attack, as Mariupol mayor has made a desperate video address, saying 'we cannot even take the wounded from the streets, from apartments, since the shelling does not stop', as Putin regime's military has urged civilians to leave the city via a so-called ‘green corridor, and as 'DPR' spokesman said they would launch 'targeted strikes' against the city unless Ukrainian forces there surrender, as explosions continue to rock Kyiv amid ongoing Russian assault, BBC reports with video - Since 2 March 2022 'Horlivka offensive', an ongoing theatre of operation in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine for control over the 'Donetsk People's Republic', after Ukrainian forces began advancing towards the DPR city of Horlivka
3 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports live: 3 March 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskiy says defence lines holding against onslaught, also saying no respite in shelling since midnight, as people in crucial Black Sea port of Kherson told to follow Russian measures, as UN say over 1 million people displaced, as Moscow police detain children for laying flowers at Ukrainian embassy, as Germany reportedly seizes Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov’s $600m superyacht, 'The Guardian' reports live
4 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' and 'Ukrinform' reporting on the ninth day of Putin's war crimes: 4 March 2022: 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the ninth day of Putin's war crimes - 4 March 2022 National News Agency of Ukraine 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the ninth day
4 March 2022 ‘90% of houses are damaged by ’Russia’s Syria-honed tactics, 'The Guardian' reports live: 4 March 2022: ‘90% of houses are damaged’ as Russia’s Syria-honed tactics lay Ukraine towns to waste, Emma Graham-Harrison in Lviv and Isobel Koshiw in Kyiv report, as ‘World narrowly averted nuclear catastrophe’ over Zaporizhzhia fire according to USA envoy to UN, 'The Guardian' reports live
4 March 2022 USA says Russian attack on nuclear plant was reckless, according to BBC: 4 March 2022: Russian attack on nuclear plant was reckless, USA says, as Russia's media watchdog bans Facebook, BBC reports with live updates
5 March 2022 Putin regime's aggression and information war against the Ukrainian people: 5 March 2022: Russian Putin regime's aggression and information war against the Ukrainian people, 'Al Jazeera' reports in its 'Listening Post'
5 March 2022 Syrians say it’s crazy that what we experienced a few years ago is now replayed against Ukraine: 5 March 2022: Syrians recount horror under Russian air attacks since September 2015 until 2016 and heavy aerial bombardment, including targeting non-combatant facilities such as hospitals, as 'Al Jazeera' talks to Syrians who endured Russian air strikes, as now in 2022 footage of Russian missiles striking Ukrainian cities soon made the rounds in Syria, and Ahmad al-Khatib, a native of Aleppo, was stunned by what he saw. 'He is going to go full Aleppo on Ukraine now, isn’t he?' al-Khatib asks in shock having lived through the days when the Syrian city was under intense Russian regime's attack. 'It’s crazy that what we experienced a few years ago is being replayed almost frame by frame in Ukraine.' - Since 24 February 2022: As the crisis escalates in Ukraine following Russian attacks on the country, many people in Syria – still living through war in their own country – are voicing solidarity with Ukrainians
5 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' and 'Ukrinform' reporting on the tenth day of Putin's war crimes: 5 March 2022: 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the tenth day of Putin's war crimes - 5 March 2022 National News Agency of Ukraine 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the tenth day - 5 March 2022: Ukrainian regions call on NATO and member states, the presidents of the USA and France, the German chancellor, and ambassadors of all countries to close the skies over Ukraine
6 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' reporting on the eleventh day day of Putin's war crimes: 6 March 2022: Russian troops deliberately targeted a bridge in Irpin used by civilians to evacuate, killing at least 3 people including 2 children after on March 5 three volunteers were shot and killed by Russian occupiers in this area, as president Zelensky confirmed that a Russian airstrike destroyed a civilian airport in the regional capital Vinnytsia, as Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba said foreigners from 52 countries have applied to join Ukraine’s military, as Russian troops shell nuclear research facility in Kharkiv, the 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the eleventh day of Putin's war crimes
6 March 2022 'Ukrinform' reporting on the eleventh day of Putin's war crimes: 6 March 2022: Russia’s combat losses in Ukraine exceed 11,000 persons, as Russian terrorists have already damaged 34 hospitals in Ukraine, making some of them completely unable to operate, as regions continue to ask NATO to close sky over Ukraine, as 38 children have been killed and 71 more injured since the beginning of the Russian invasion, as another enemy attack aircraft destroyed over Kharkiv, as former British Marines arrive in Ukraine to help fight Russian invaders, as these invaders fire upon multi-apartment buildings in Kramatorsk, killing at least two people, Russian forces continue shelling Mariupol, 'Ukrinform' reports
6 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports live: 6 March 2022: The strength of Ukraine’s resistance 'continues to surprise Russia', a British intelligence report has said, despite attempts by invading troops to break Ukrainian morale by targeting populated areas, as evacuation of Mariupol postponed as Russia fails to respect ceasefire, as Russia has dropped powerful air-dropped bombs of the kind usually used against military-industrial facilities and fortified structures on residential areas of Chernihiv city north of Kyiv, as UK's PM Johnson has issued a six-point plan in reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine urging other leaders to endorse it in efforts to ensure Russia fails in its apparent attempt to take over its democratic neighbour, as Russians can still use Visa and Mastercard for domestic purchases, 'The Guardian' reports live - 6 March 2022: Iran nuclear talks rocked by Russian regime's demand for sanctions exemption, as Putin regime - since September 2015 executing brutal and war decisive air raids in Assad's war against the Syrian people, together with the Iranian regime and Hezbollah terrorists - seeks guarantees regarding trade with Iran that would undermine west’s sanctions over Ukraine invasion
6 March 2022 Syrian doctor Dr Leila Ahmed killed in Russian shelling of Kharkiv hospital: 6 March 2022: Syrian doctor Dr Leila Ahmed killed in Russian shelling of Kharkiv hospital, as the first recorded death of a Syrian citizen in Ukraine echoes that of Russia's bombardment of Syria, where nearly 1,000 medical staff have lost their lives
7 March 2022 president Zelensky says everyone who commits atrocities against Ukrainian civilians will be punished: 7 March 2022: Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky states everyone who commits atrocities against Ukraine's civilians will be punished, saying Ukrainians would not forgive or forget, and accused invading Russian troops of deliberate murder. 'There will be no quiet place on Earth for you. Except for the grave', the president said as Ukrainian officials said Russia is striking civilian targets around the country, including hospitals, nurseries, and schools, the BBC reports with a documenting video showing people running to escape Russian shelling in Irpin, just outside of the capital Kyiv
7 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' reporting on the 12th day day of Putin's war crimes: 7 March 2022: Until 6 March UN's OHCHR recorded 1,207 civilian casualties in attacked Ukraine mostly caused by Russian use of explosive weapons with a wide impact area, including shelling from heavy artillery, multi-launch rocket systems, missile and air strikes , as OHCHR believes that the real figures are considerably higher, as at least 13 civilians killed in air strike on bread factory in Kyiv Oblast, the 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 12th day of Putin's war crimes
7 March 2022 'Ukrinform' reporting on the 12th day of Putin's war crimes: 7 March 2022: Kharkiv Armored Plant has been fired at from Russian aircraft and multiple launch rocket systems MLRS, as Russian military have destroyed and damaged more than 200 schools, 1.5 thousand residential houses, more than 30 hospitals and left 900 settlements without electricity, water and heating services in Ukraine, as Armed Forces of Ukraine have destroyed an enemy helicopter near the city of Vyshhorod, as Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba has supported the initiative by the international scholar community to create a special Tribunal aimed at delivering justice for the crime of Russia's aggression against Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports
7 March 2022 Russian shelling preventing evacuation of civilians, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 March 2022: Russian shelling preventing evacuation of civilians from Kyiv, Mariupol, Sumy, Kharkiv, Volnovakha and Mykolayiv, Ukraine foreign ministry says, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates
8 March 2022 'The Kyiv Independent' reporting on the 13th day day of Putin's war crimes: 8 March 2022: As Russian invasion slows down, Russia’s secret service FSB goes after resistance in Kherson and Mykolaiv regions using tactical groups to intimidate and spread terror among civilians to crush resistance according to Ukraine’s military, as Shell stops buying Russian crude oil, shuts down its service stations, aviation fuel operations in Russia in it’s the first step as the company intends to withdraw from its involvement in all Russian hydrocarbons, as Russian troops attack evacuation from Mariupol for third time with 300,000 civilians still stuck in Mariupol, as 21 civilians, including 2 children, killed in Russian attack on a residential neighborhood in Sumy in the early morning, the 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 13th day of Putin's war crimes - 8 March 2022: Russian soldiers murder volunteers helping starving animals near Kyiv
8 March 2022 'Ukrinform' reporting on the 13th day of Putin's war crimes: 8 March 2022: Number of Ukraine refugees reaches 2 million UN says, as global wheat prices have exceeded the previous record high observed in 2008, and as global food prices are also skyrocketing, as one person was killed and four were injured in the shelling by the Russian aggressor in the Luhansk region when a kindergarten and psychoneurological boarding school came under fire, as many civilians including children were killed in Russian regime’s shelling in Mykolaiv region and in Sumy city, 'Ukrinform' reports
8 March 2022 democratically elected president Zelenskiy vows to stay in Kyiv until 'war is won’: 8 March 2022: EU to discuss ways to wean itself off Russian gas, as democratically elected president Zelenskiy vows to stay in Kyiv until 'war is won’, as Putin's Russian army loses second leading general in a week, as bombardment preventing civilian escape, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates
9 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 March 2022: 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 14th day of Putin's war crimes
9 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 March 2022: 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 14th day of Putin's war crimes
9 March 2022 Russian forces surrounding the city of Mariupol have destroyed a maternity hospital: 9 March 2022: Russian forces surrounding the southern port city of Mariupol have destroyed a maternity hospital, as president Zelensky said children were under the wreckage, and called on Western leaders to impose a no-fly zone, also posting footage apparently from inside the hospital, as Mariupol city council said the strike had caused 'colossal damage' and published footage, British 'BBC' and 'The Guardian' report with live updates - 9 March 2022: Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska has issued an impassioned statement on the Russian invasion, condemning the 'mass murder' of the country's civilians, also focussing on child casualties
9 March 2022 ‘Putin will fail and Russia will suffer strategic defeat’ in Ukraine, USA says: 9 March 2022: ‘Putin will fail and Russia will suffer strategic defeat’ in Ukraine, USA's Antony Blinken says as 'The Guardian' reports with live updates from the USA
9 March 2022 maternity and children's hospital in Mariupol bombed by Russian occupiers: 9 March 2022 maternity and children's hospital in Mariupol bombed by Russian occupiers, destroying the hospital, as UK said country 'explori', 'Wikipedia' notes on its website 'War crimes during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine'
9/10 March 2022 Russian Putin regime's attack on a children's hospital in Mariupol and Nato: 9/10 March 2022: Russian Putin regime's attack on a children's hospital in the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol has been labelled a war crime, according to the deputy mayor of the city - 9/10 March 2022: Speaking at a news conference in Washington DC alongside USA Secretary of State Antony Blinken British foreign secretary Liz Truss was asked by BBC's Sarah Smith about renewed calls for a no-fly zone by Ukraine's president - after Ukraine has repeatedly called for the establishment of a no-fly zone, with Nato countries saying it would escalate the conflict, but Putin's war crimes increase the misery and number of victims, never returning
10 March 2022 Russian/Ukrainian meeting in Turkey, Russian demands all considered non-starters for Ukraine: 10 March 2022: Ahead of Russian/Ukrainian meeting in Turkey, France24 reports, detailing that Russia's Putin regime has imposed demands which are all considered non-starters for Ukraine: neutrality, demilitarization, recognition of Crimea as part of Russia, and granting full independence to the Russian-occupied regions. Further complicating matters, Russia's endgame still appears to be 'provoking regime change and installing a puppet regime' - 10 March 2022: Ukrainian-Russian meeting comes after Putin regime's bombing of a children's hospital in Mariupol on Wednesday, documented by footage showing a building - which also housed a maternity ward - reduced to a shell, with a huge crater nearby, as meanwhile the bombing has been widely condemned, with the UN Secretary describing the attack as 'horrific', BBC reports - 10 March 2022: Ukraine's and Russian regime's foreign ministers hold talks in Turkey as Russia’s criminal offensive enters third week, swaying 'Al Jazeera' network reports in Russia-Ukraine live news. Ukrainian FM says at 10:03 GMT no agreement reached on ceasefire during talks with his Russian counterpart in Turkey.
10 March 2022 Russian invaders again launch airstrike on Mariupol, killing one: 10 March 2022: Russian invaders again launch airstrike on Mariupol, killing one, Mariupol City Council reported this on Telegram. The murdered person is a victim of Vladimir Putin, who remains protected by Nato's, UN's and EU's inactivity
10 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 March 2022: Russia has fired 710 missiles against Ukraine since 24 February according to USA, as Ukraine likely to join EU 'in a few years', French EU affairs minister Clement Beaune says, as the British government imposed sanctions on Rosneft's CEO Igor Sechin, VTB Bank Andrey Kostin, Gazprom's Alexei Miller, Transneft's Nikolai Tokarev, Bank Rossiya's Dmitri Lebedev, industrial tycoon Oleg Deripaska, owner of Chelsea FC billionaire Roman Abramovich, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 15th day of Putin's war crimes
10 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 March 2022: Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed Iskander division in Chernihiv region, as Mariupol is still being blocked for the evacuation of people, as Russian deadly air strikes hitting center of Mariupol again at 12:57, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 15th day of Putin's war crimes
11 March 2022 Russia's dictator Putin calls for foreign volunteers to fight against Ukrainian forces: 11 March 2022: Russia's dictator Putin has called for foreign volunteers to be able to fight against Ukrainian forces, saying those who wanted to volunteer to fight with Russia should be allowed to, as his military minister S. Shoigu said there were 16,000 volunteers in the 'Middle East' ready to join Russian war crimes, Putin is a long-standing ally Syria's Bashar al-Assad regime and its war agaist the Syrian people since 2011 - 11 March 2022: Russia widens attacks as new cities targeted, the 'BBC' reports with live updates - 11 March 2022: Russian regime's bombs hit Lutsk, Dnipro and Ivano-Frankivsk amid relentless bombardment of Kharkiv, as Russia widens attack with airstrikes on western Ukraine cities, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates
11 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 March 2022: Russians strike psychoneurological asylum in Kharkiv, as Russian forces fire 4 missiles at a military airbase in Lutsk, killing two Ukrainian soldiers and injuring six, as Russian forces shelled Sumy Oblast overnight, killing 2 civilians, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 16th day of Putin's war crimes
11 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 March 2022: Resistance forces operating in Chernihiv region have liberated 5 settlements from Russian invaders, as Russia set to send 'Middle East' mercenaries to fight against Ukraine, as 'Russia’s blitzkrieg has failed: the enemies realize they can’t capture Kyiv. Despite all the propaganda rhetoric, the main wish of Putin's occupiers is to survive and get rotated out of Ukraine, to never return', according to the SBU drawn from intercepted communications, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 16th day of Putin's war crimes
12 March 2022 Putin regime continues to threaten the west: 12 March 2022: Russia says it could target Western arms supplies to Ukraine, as regime's deputy FM says 'pumping of weapons from a number of countries ... turns these convoys into legitimate targets’
12 March 2022 USA allocates $200 million in military aid for Ukraine, Kyiv Independent's reports with updates: 12 March 2022: USA Biden allocates $200 million in military aid for Ukraine, as according to Ukrainian Armed Forces its troops have destroyed 2,593 units of Russian military equipment, including planes, tanks, and artillery, as president Zelensky says 1,300 Ukrainian soldiers killed by Russia, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 17th day of Putin's war crimes
12 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 March 2022: President Zelensky discussed with Chancellor of Germany Olaf Scholz and French president Macron the prospects of peace talks with Russia's regime, as at 17:34 Zelensky reported that more than 500 military of the Russian regime, taking part in the war against Ukraine, surrendered, explaining 'many of them ran away, many are hiding somewhere in some buildings, some are trying to return to Russia. That is, there is a little chaos there, I would say so', 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 17th day of Putin's war crimes
12 March 2022 Ukrainian FM says Russia using tactics like in Syria, 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 12 March 2022: Ukraine’s president says the capital will only fall to Russian troops if it is completely destroyed, while Putin regime warns western shipments of arms to Ukraine could be attacked, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba says Russia using similar tactics in Ukraine to what it did in Syria, and as Lviv residents prepare for Moscow regime's advance, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates
13 March 2022 dozens killed in base near Polish border by Russian missiles, 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 13 March 2022: Death toll from Russian rocket attack on military base at Yavoriv, 50km west of Lviv, rises to at least 35 people, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 18th day of Putin's war crimes
13 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 March 2022: Ukraine seizes 23 trucks belonging to Russian, Belarusian companies, saying the trucks were nationalised in Volyn Oblast, as Russian regime plans to continue killing foreign nationals in Ukraine following its deadly airstrike, rocket attack in the night of 12/13 March on Yavoriv, as journalists forbidden from entering Irpin after Russians kill USA reporter on 13 March, as Mariupol city's death toll of civilians rises to 2,187 after Russia bombed besieged southeastern port city in Donetsk Oblast at least 22 times in the last 24 hours, as Russian forces attack a school in Mykolaiv Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 18th day of Putin's war crimes
13 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 March 2022: Ukraine Army defending in three areas, enemy advancing on Kryvyi Rih, Mykolaiv, as Ukrainian military has shot down an enemy fighter-bomber near Chernihiv, as Ukrenergo specialists restored electricity supply to the Chornobyl nuclear power plant on Sunday, as Russian military launched a missile strike on the town of Malyn in the Zhytomyr region, as Ukraine Army destroys Russian pontoon bridge near Hostomel, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 18th day of Putin's war crimes
14 March 2022 pregnant woman and baby die after attack on Mariupol hospital, 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 14 March 2022: Pregnant woman and baby die after Putin's attack on Mariupol hospital, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 19th day of Putin's war crimes - 8 June 2018: Will French president and toady Macron - who visited World Cup June-July 2018 in Sochi, sreaming 'goal, goal' not far away from Ukraine's Crimea - again forgive the war criminal Putin since 1999/2000, as 'unian.info' then posted a series of powerful posters. The people who could forgive are dead on 14 March 2022 - 14 March 2022: A pregnant woman and her baby have died after Russia bombed the maternity hospital where she was meant to give birth, AP has learned. Images of the woman being rushed to an ambulance on a stretcher had circled the world, epitomising the horror of the attack. In video and photos after the bombing of the hospital in Mariupol last Wednesday, the woman was seen stroking her bloodied lower abdomen as rescuers rushed her through the rubble. The woman was taken to another hospital closer to the frontline, where doctors laboured to keep her alive. Realising she was losing her baby, medics said, she cried out to them 'kill me now'.
14 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 March 2022: Australia, Netherlands to sue Russia for July 2014 downing of MH17 in Donbas, as the two countries have started legal action against Russia at the UN’s 'International Civil Aviation Organization', as Russian invaders intensified shelling in Kharkiv Oblast destroying residential areas, hospitals and infrastructure non-stop, causing deaths and injuries, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 19th day of Putin's war crimes
14 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 March 2022: The enemy has set up camps to accommodate and train mercenaries from Syria near the Ukrainian border in Rostov (Russia) and Gomel (Belarus) regions, as Ukrainian air defense units destroyed 77 enemy aircraft, 90 helicopters since February, as Russian soldateska shell hit a private house in the town of Derhachi in the Kharkiv region, killing a girl born in 2007, as Putin's invaders continue to destroy the residents and settlements of the Luhansk region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 19th day of Putin's war crimes
15 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 March 2022: Ukrainian journalist Kuvshynova, Fox News cameraman killed by Russian artillery while reporting in Horenka outside of Kyiv, as Russian troops entered a hospital on the outskirts of Mariupol taking staff and patients hostage, as 4 people killed in Kyiv by Russian airstrike, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 20th day of Putin's war crimes
15 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 March 2022: Five people were killed in today’s airstrike on Kyiv as enemy missiles hit four apartment blocks, as death toll from a Russian rocket attack on the Rivne TV tower has risen to 20, as Russian invaders have shelled the town of Polohyi in Zaporizhia region, killing 20 civilians and 12 Ukrainian defenders, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 20th day of Putin's war crimes
15 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 15 March 2022: Ukraine’s president says Russia will target other countries if not stopped, as Polish, Czech and Slovenian prime ministers travel to Kyiv, as Russian TV anti-war protester appears in court, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 20th day of Putin's war crimes
16 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 March 2022: Russian forces drop heavy bomb on Mariupol theater where hundreds are sheltering, number of casualties is yet unknown, as over 4,000 evacuees from besieged Mariupol arrive in Zaporizhzhia including 1,033 children, as International Court of Justice orders Russia to immediately suspend military operations in Ukraine approving the decision by 13 votes to two, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 21st day of Putin's war crimes
16 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 March 2022: Russian terrorists get fierce resistance, suffering significant losses according to Ukraine's General Staff, as Russian troops shell column of civilians evacuating from Mariupol with Grad systems, as huge fire has broken out in one of districts Kharkiv city due to shelling, as General Staff reports in the afternoon that enemy unsuccessfully tries to advance towards Kyiv, as 10 Ukrainians killed as Russians fire on people standing in queue for bread in Chernihiv, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 21st day of Putin's war crimes
16 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 16 March 2022: Russian TV producer Marina Ovsyannikova who staged an extraordinary anti-war protest live said she was 'fearful for my safety' but would not 'take a single word back' from her statement criticising Russia’s actions in Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 21st day of Putin's war crimes
16 March 2022 USA president Biden has labelled Russian regime's Putin a 'war criminal' for first time, BBC says: 16 March 2022: USA president Joe Biden has labelled Russian regime's Vladimir Putin a 'war criminal' for first time, delivering the remark off-the-cuff in response to a reporter's question at the White House, BBC says - 16 March 2022: Chernihiv bread line death toll climbs to 13, BBC reports at 23:33, as Ukraine MP decries 'atrocious' theatre attack, BBC reports at BBC reports at 23:24, as fourth Russian general reportedly killed in Ukraine (at 23:01), as Russia considering bringing in new troops as advances stall, according to USA intelligence (at 22:16), BBC reports with live updates
17 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 March 2022: Lithuanian parliament unanimously urges UN to declare no-fly zone in Ukraine, as 130 survivors saved so far from ruins of Mariupol Drama Theater, as president Zelenskiy compares Mariupol to Leningrad siege as Russia launches fresh strikes on Kyiv and other places, e.g. killing 53 civilians in Chernihiv in one day, as Zelenskiy also addressing the German Bundestag in a video recording, stating Germany shares blame for delays in Ukraine's NATO, EU integration, as Air Serbia cancels flights to Russia, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 22nd day of Putin's war crimes
17 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 March 2022: Ukraine intelligence has names of rocket brigade servicemen committing war crimes against the Ukrainian civilians, as in Severodonetsk, Luhansk region, Russian invaders once again shelled a local Christmas Cathedral, as Turkey doesn’t recognize Russian annexation of Crimea, stands for Ukraine’s territorial integrity, as Lithuanian parliament calls on UN members to close sky over Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 22nd day of Putin's war crimes
17 March 2022 ICJ orders Russia to cease military aggression in Ukraine, also 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 17 March 2022: International Court of Justice ICJ delivered its order on Ukraine’s request for indication of provisional measures against Russia, orderng Russia to cease military aggression in Ukraine - 17 March 2022: Ukraine's president Zelenskiy compares Mariupol to Leningrad siege as Russia launches fresh strikes on Kyiv, also addressing the German Bundestag in a video recording, stating Germany shares blame for delays in Ukraine's NATO, EU integration, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 22nd day of Putin's war crimes
18 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 March 2022: Russia’s gas monopoly 'Gazprom' uses Ukraine's gas pipelines at maximum capacity sending over 105 million cubic meters of gas per day through mugged country, as two people killed, 6 wounded by Russian airstrike in Kramatorsk, as Ukraine's military says over 14,200 Russian troops killed since 24 February, as WHO says Russia has attacked medical institutions 43 times since regime's all-out war began, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 23rd day of Putin's war crimes
18 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 March 2022: More than 1,300 people remain trapped under the rubble of the Mariupol Drama Theater according to Human Rights commissioner Liudmyla Denisova, as European Commission plans to prepare its opinion on Ukraine's application for membership in the EU within a few months, as 3 enemy cruise missiles were shot down over the Vinnytsia region according to Serhii Borzov, as Putin's military launched a missile strike on Kramatorsk leaving 2 people killed and 6 people wounded, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 23rd day of Putin's war crimes
18 March 2022 also 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 18 March 2022: Russian strikes on Lviv raise fears of Ukraine war spreading west, as facility only 43 miles from Poland’s border was hit by two cruise missiles fired from the Black Sea , and as Ukrainian officials said they had shot down a further four missiles launched in the attack, the second on facilities near the historic city in recent days, as at least 35 people were killed and 134 wounded after more than 30 Russian cruise missiles targeted a facility outside Lviv and only 15 miles from Poland’s border, as - further east - Kremlin’s regime claimed its forces and pro-Russian separatists were fighting directly in the streets of Mariupol, where 350,000 civilians have been stranded with little food or water and as in Kyiv city 222 people were killed by Russian invasion, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 23rd day of Putin's war crimes
18 March 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 23rd day of Putin's war crimes: 18 March 2022: Russian shelling still hampering Mariupol evacuation, Ukrainian president Zelensky says, as people who have managed to escape in recent days describe scenes of terror in the city, which is under sustained Russian bombardment, and as UK's Health Secretary Sajid Javid called Putin 'a war criminal', echoing the words of USA president Joe Biden, 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 23rd day of Putin's war crimes
19 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 March 2022: Ukrainian activists block trucks at Poland-Belarus border, demand halting EU trade with Russia, as Bulgaria to stop buying gas from Russia's Gazprom in 2023, as in Kyiv 228 people, including 4 children, killed and more than 900 citizens wounded since Russia’s all-out invasion, as USA officials confirm that Russia launched hypersonic missiles against Ukraine, as Russia conducted 1,403 airstrikes since start of invasion, as Russia mined commercial routes in Black Sea, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 24th day of Putin's war crimes
19 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 March 2022: Russian helicopter destroys village in Zhytomyr region, as about 208,000 Ukrainian refugees arrive in Germany, as Zelensky calls on Switzerland to freeze Russian assets and accounts in its banks following USA and many European countries, as Russia strikes underground missile and ammunition depot in Ivano-Frankivsk Region, as 'Servant of the People' leader says 50 businesses already relocated to western Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 24th day of Putin's war crimes
19 March 2022 also 'The Guardian' reports with updates: 19 March 2022: Fighting has reached the centre of the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol, where 350,000 civilians have been stranded with little food or water, as 190,000 civilians evacuated from frontline according Ukrainian authorities, as Poland calls for EU-Russia trade ban, as ruined city of Okhtyrka clings to hope of brighter future, as Russian cosmonauts board ISS wearing colours of Ukraine flag, as former UK PMs back Nuremberg-style tribunal for Putin, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 24rd day of Putin's war crimes
20 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 March 2022: 'Ukraine cannot compromise on its territorial integrity' president Zelensky told CNN, as at least 902 civilians have been killed, 1,459 injured since 24 February, UN Humsn rights agency says, believing that the actual figures are considerably higher as according to Mariupol authorities, over 2,400 people were killed in the city alone, as residents of Russian-occupied cities hold anti-Russian protests, as Ukraine’s military said over 14,700 Russian troops killed since 24 February, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 25th day of Putin's war crimes
20 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 March 2022: Street battles raging in Mariupol, as enemy reportedly lost 50 more troops, two tanks and three APCs, as citizens going to a pro-Ukrainian rally in their own city, carrying blue and yellow symbols in Berdyansk city occupied by Russian invaders, were beaten, shots were fired by Putin's bloodhounds, as more anti-Russian rallies are taking place in the temporarily occupied towns of southern Ukraine including Kherson, Kakhovka, Berdyansk, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 25th day of Putin's war crimes
20 March 2022 'The Guardian', the 'BBC' are reporting with live updates: 20 March 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskiy compares Russian offensive to Nazi Germany, as Putin regime has deployed manoeuvrable Kinzhal missiles that reportedly can fly at up to 10 times the speed of sound and can be used to deliver conventional warheads, but could also be used to deliver nuclear weapons, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 25rd day of Putin's war crimes - 20 March 2022: In Mariupol, children bear the brunt of Vladimir Putin's war, as Ukraine's president Zelensky addresses Israel's parliament by video link, saying 'we want to live. Our neighbours want to see us dead'
21 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 March 2022: Russian shelling kills Holocaust survivor in Kharkiv, as 'bombs falling every 10 minutes' in Mariupol, suffering heavy bombardment after city has been encircled by Russian troops since early March with some 300,000 residents trapped, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 26th day of Putin's war crimes
21 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 March 2022: Putin regime's invaders already shelled 135 hospitals in Ukraine, killing healthcare workers, as French ambassador says his country records all Russian war crimes in Ukraine, as Russian vessels fire on Odesa coast and Ukrainian forces repel attack, as Ukrainian vice PM asks EU to close sky over nuclear facilities in Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 26th day of Putin's war crimes
21 March 2022 'The Guardian', the 'BBC' are reporting with live updates: 21 March 2022: 8 citizens killed in Kyiv shopping centre strike with warnings that fatalities could rise, as Russian troops disperse protest with stun grenades, as Ukraine rejects Mariupol ultimatum as airstrikes hit Odesa and Kyiv, as criminal Putin regime 'threatens' to cut ties with USA after war criminal Putin was called ‘war criminal’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 26rd day of Putin's war crimes - 21 March 2022: 'BBC' reports with live updates of Vladimir Putin's war
21 March 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates:21 March 2022: Odesa’s mayor says Russian forces have struck buildings on the outskirts of the key Black Sea port city for the first time. as a new curfew has been announced in Kyiv after more deadly criminal attacks killed 8 Ukrainian citizens in their capital, with the measure set to last from Monday evening until Wednesday morning, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
22 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 March 2022: Russia’s proxies capture evacuation convoy from Mariupol, as Ukrainian forces shoot down Russian plane bombing the city according to Mariupol City Council, as Russia, North Korea discuss developing relations 'in the context of changes happening on the international arena', meaning increasing isolation of Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 27th day of Putin's war crimes
22 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 March 2022: Ukrainian defenders down enemy warplane over Mariupol, as Pavlohrad railway station destroyed in Russian missile strikes, one citizen reported dead, as a Russian serviceman surrenders tank to Ukraine after Kyiv offers $10,000 reward, as Russian invaders disperse peaceful rally in Kherson, wounded reported, as since the beginning of Russia’s large-scale invasion of Ukraine the enemy has fired on 139 hospitals and destroyed 10, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 27th day of Putin's war crimes
22 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 March 2022: Russian forces shell children's hospital in Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine emergency services say, as at least 10 hospitals have been completely destroyed and fierce fighting is continuing around Kharkiv and Mariupol, as more than 200,000 people remain trapped in Mariupol, as Russian forces now 'inside Mariupol’, as Ukraine begs Putin to let civilians escape ruins of Mariupol, as in Kherson 300,000 people running out of food according to Ukrainian authorities, as UN chief says Ukraine war is 'unwinnable', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 27rd day of Putin's war crimes
22 March 2022 British 'BBC' reports with live updates: 22 March 2022: Ukrainian president Zelensky says there is 'nothing left' of the southern city Mariupol following Russian attacks, as Russian naval forces have started shelling the outskirts of Odesa, as part of efforts to cut Ukrainians off from the Black Sea, as USA's president Biden warns Russian regime's Putin's 'back is against the wall' and fears he may use chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine, as a Russian billionaire sanctioned by the UK says he no longer owns many former properties, potentially putting them beyond the reach of the law, 'BBC' reports with live updates of Vladimir Putin's war
23 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 March 2022: According to Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov, Russian forces have destroyed 1,143 buildings in Ukraine’s second-biggest city since February 24, 998 of which are residential buildings, as Russian troops shelled a parking lot near a shopping mall in Kyiv, killing one person and injuring two more, as Russian forces targeted the satellite towns of Kyiv with phosphorus bombs banned by the Geneva Conventions on the night of March 22, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 28th day of Putin's war crimes
23 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 March 2022: Bodies of 24 victims found under rubble of Kharkiv Regional State Administration, as president Zelensky urges French companies to stop sponsoring Russia’s 'war machine', also calling on France to help restore peace in Ukraine, as Ukraine also calls on France to help restore peace in the European country, as two more children killed in enemy shelling of Rubizhne, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 28th day of Putin's war crimes
23 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 March 2022: Thursday’s Nato summit in Brussels is expected to agree additional aid for Europe's Ukraine including equipment to protect against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats, as EU countries will start discussing 'fair burden sharing' in hosting millions of Ukranian refugees, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 28rd day of Putin's war crimes
24 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 March 2022: Fearless Kyiv utility workers keep the city running under Russia’s shelling, as 5 journalists killed, 7 injured in Ukraine since February 24, as half of all Ukrainian children have been displaced since Putin regime invaded according to Unicef, as UK announced 65 new sanctions targeting Russian banks, Russian Railways, 'defense' companies, mercenary Wagner Group, Russian oligarchs, as Putin's forces attack Kharkiv downtown with Kalibr missiles launched from Black Sea, as USA creates contingency plans in case Russia uses chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons in Ukraine, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 29th day of Putin's war crimes
24 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 March 2022: Nato's Jens Stoltenberg warns Russia against using chemical weapons in Ukraine (following Assad in Syria), as Russian invaders are deporting thousands of Mariupol residents to Russia, as war leaves 53% of Ukrainians unemployed, as enemy shelling of Chernihiv intensifies and ammonia pipeline damaged, as since Russian invasion the enemy damaged 566 educational institutions, of which 73 were completely destroyed, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 29th day of Putin's war crimes
24 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 March 2022: Ukraine’s president calls for further help from Nato countries, as western leaders gather for the Nato, G7 and EU summits in Brussels, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 29th day of Putin's war crimes
24 March 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates of Nato emergency summit, further defense efforts: 24 March 2022: Nato leaders gather for an emergency summit in Brussels, which USA president Joe Biden is attending, as the alliance is expected to approve major increases of forces in Eastern Europe according to its secretary general saying four new battlegroups will be sent to Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, as Ukrainian president Zelensky has asked people everywhere to take to the streets in a show of support for Ukraine to mark one month of the Russian invasion, 'BBC' reports with live updates of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
25 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 March 2022: Ukraine's military regains control over northeast of Kyiv, as Russian troops keep trying to capture Irpin, shell Lutizh, and as fighting continues for the control of Makariv according to officer Oleksandr Gruzevych, as Russia shelled a health care facility housing the humanitarian aid center in Kharkiv injuring 7 people, four of them died, as USA estimates an up to 60% failure rate for Russian missiles attacking Ukraine, as Mariupol City Council says 300 people might have been killed in Russian attack on Mariupol Drama Theater, bombing the theater known to house hundreds of women and children, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 30th day of Putin's war crimes
25 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 March 2022: Russian invaders abduct 2 officials, 11 civilians in Chernihiv region, as international group of historians and journalists compares Russia with fascist Germany as well as Putin's actions on the eve of the invasion of Ukraine with Hitler's actions on the eve of WWII, saying the Russian president repeats Hitler's steps almost 100%, which can also lead to a big war in Europe and the world, while as many as 41 countries have already appealed to the International Criminal Court ICC in support of Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 30th day of Putin's war crimes - 25 March 2022: Adviser in Ukrainian president's office Mikhail Podoliak believes that Russia's ruling elite is trying to distance itself from regime’s move to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine and attack peaceful cities, as Podoliak has addressed the issue on Twitter saying that deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev 'publicly stated that the decision to conduct the hardest special operation (war) against Ukraine, including attacks on peaceful cities, was made solely by the Russian President', 'the ruling elite is trying to distance itself, understanding the legal consequences', according to 'Ukrinform'
25 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 March 2022: Russian commander reportedly killed by own troops, as Russia admits 1,351 soldiers dead and 3,825 wounded, as Biden after Brussels summits heads to Poland to witness refugee crisis, as video appears showing Russian shelling of civilians receiving humanitarian aid in Kharkiv, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 30th day of Putin's war crimes
25 March 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates of Nato emergency summit, further defense efforts: 25 March 2022: Western officials believe the announcement - Russia's army says the first phase of its military campaign in Ukraine is over - implies that Moscow regime knows its pre-war strategy has failed, as Ukraine is re-occupying some towns and defensive positions east of Kyiv, the UK says, as an official in Mariupol has told the BBC an estimated 300 people died in last week's attack on a theatre hosting hundreds of citizens, children, seeking shelter, as the south-eastern port city has been destroyed and will take years to rebuild, its mayor says, as earlier, the USA and EU announced a major gas deal in an attempt to reduce Europe's reliance on Russian energy, 'BBC' reports with live updates of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
25 March 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 25 March 2022: Ukraine, Russia voice pessimism over talks, as Erdogan, Zelenskyy discuss Ukraine-Russia talks, as Ukraine’s top security official says 'no one is going to surrender Mariupol’, as USA and EU have announced a new deal aimed at curbing Europe’s reliance on Russian gas, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 30th day of Putin's war crimes
26 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 March 2022: In the evening Russian troops again launched a rocket attack on the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, as at 18:57 Ukrainian paratroopers destroy enemy equipment, as at 18:48 three civilians killed, six wounded in artillery shelling in Kyiv region and wooden church built in the second half of the 19th century was destroyed, as Russians shell Krasnohorivka using multiple rocket launchers, as USA president Biden has called Kremlin leader Putin a 'butcher' after talking to Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw, as Russian troops fired on Kharkiv 24 times last night, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 31st day of Putin's war crimes
26 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 March 2022: EU's foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell said at the Doha Forum Russia wants to turn Ukraine into new Syria 'passing through war crimes, destroying a country, making Mariupol the ‘European Aleppo’ and making Ukraine a second Syria, then the whole world is in danger', as Defence ministry said that the Russian troops hit the memorial in Drobytsky Yar, a ravine where 16,000-20,000 people, mostly Jews, were massacred by Nazi troops in 1941, as Chernihiv mayor said city 'completely destroyed', over 200 civilians killed, Kyiv Independent reports with live updates on the 31st day of Putin's war crimes
26 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 March 2022: USA president Biden has pledged ‘further defence cooperation’ with Ukraine, while multiple explosions take place in the western city of Lviv, offering further military support to Ukraine as Russia reasserts right to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, as Russian soldiers release Slavutych town’s mayor and agree to leave amid protests, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 31st day of Putin's war crimes
26 March 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 25 March 2022: Powerful explosions have been heard in Lviv, thick black smoke has been seen rising over the outskirts of the city in the west of Ukraine, as USA's president Biden has held talks with Ukraine's defence and foreign ministers in Poland, then speaking to crowds in Warsaw as he ends his trip to Europe, 'BBC' reports with live updates of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
26 March 2022 Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan said Ukrainians reacting to Russian statement with 'complete disbelief': 26 March 2022: Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan, reporting from Kyiv, said Ukrainians were reacting to the Russian military statement with 'derision and one of complete disbelief' as explosions continued to ring out in the capital, adding 'if this operation is now to be concentrated on the Donbas, well the war is still ongoing here. Military analysts in Ukraine see this as a way for Vladimir Putin to claim success. It may be a way for Putin to manage expectations of a war that most observers say really hasn’t gone as planned'
27 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 March 2022: On Saturday 26 March Russia fired at least 70 missiles on targets across Ukraine, which is a record number since the launch of its full-scale invasion, as border guards nab two Kremlin agents in Kharkiv region, as Russian invaders have launched mass deportation of the population from the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine, which is in violation of Art. 49 of the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, as forest fires erupt around Chornobyl nuclear plant, as Russian troops launched two missiles on Odesa, but fortunately none hit the target, as Ukrainian president says everyone on planet needs to know what Russia is doing, as Russia moving units to Belarus to rotate troops, replenish supplies, as residents of Kherson again take to streets, Russians open fire because French dream dancer Macron is far away in Paris warning against 'inflammatory language' and not weapons, as Russians plant mines in hospital before retreating from Trostianets, as UK foreign secretary says sanctions imposed on Russian individuals and companies could be lifted if Russia withdraws from Ukraine and commits to end aggression, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 32nd day of Putin's war crimes
27 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 March 2022: According to UN's High Commissioner for Human Rights, as of midnight on March 26, Russia’s full-on war in Ukraine killed or injured at least 2,909 civilians, as the office believes that the actual numbers are much higher, as over 40 big international companies choose to stay in Russia including Acer, Lenovo, Auchan, Decathlon, Raiffeisen Bank, as Canada is committed 'to help as much as we can in terms of displacing Russian oil and gas', as Hungarians place 300 pairs of shoes to commemorate victims of Mariupol Drama Theater shelling, placed near the existing memorial commemorating the massacre of Hungarian Jews, as Japan's three major banks suspend dollar transactions with Russia's Sberbank, as Russian oligarchs are welcome in Turkey, Turkish FM says, Kyiv Independent reports with live updates on the 32nd day of Putin's war crimes
27 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 March 2022: French dream dancer Macron warns against 'escalation’ in contradiction to Biden speech after escalation was solely and actually translated into action by war criminal, butcher Putin's aggression, not using inflammatory language but forbidden real bombs, inflammatory missiles against civilians, the killed people are not ghosts but real victims of crimes against humanity, as Russia struck military targets in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv with high-precision cruise missiles according to Russian ministry, as Ukrainian president Zelenskiy against calls on USA and Europe to deliver no phrases but planes and tanks for defense to avoid further victims, as French FM said on Sunday there would be 'collective guilt' if nothing was done to help civilians in Mariupol, the Ukrainian city besieged by Russian forces, as the UK government’s top legal adviser has appointed a war crimes lawyer to advise Ukraine over the Russian invasion, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 32nd day of Putin's war crimes
28 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 March 2022: 'According to the operational information ... on March 28, the Russian command is making every effort to keep the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine under control' according to Ukrainian General Staff, as enemy aircraft and drone downed in Kharkiv region after in Kharkiv - as a result of Russian shelling and air strikes - 1,177 apartment blocks have already been destroyed, as Kyiv Region come under enemy fire more than 40 times over past day, as G7 not to pay for Russian gas in roubles according to German minister Habeck, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 32nd day of Putin's war crimes
28 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 March 2022: Facing resistance in occupied Kherson, Russian forces crack down on disobedient residents, as - according to Ukrainian journalist Natalia Boguta - UNIAN news agency reporter Dmytro Khyliuk was captured by Russian occupiers, as Mariupol authorities estimate about 160,000 people left in besieged city, Kyiv Independent reports with live updates on the 32nd day of Putin's war crimes - 28 March 2022: Russia used cluster munitions in Kherson, Odesa oblasts, prosecutor Iryna Venediktova said
28 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 March 2022: Novaya Gazeta to close until end of Ukraine war, as Kremlin ‘disrespecting soldiers’ families over stalled return of bodies’, as Ukrainian presidential adviser Tetyana Lomakina told AFP at least 5,000 people had died in Mariupol including about 210 children, saying 'about 5,000 people were buried, but the burials stopped 10 days ago because of continued shelling', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 32nd day of Putin's war crimes
28 March 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 28 March 2022: Corridors had been set up to allow civilians to leave some towns that are surrounded by Russian forces, as the mayor of Mariupol has said the besieged port city is on the verge of catastrophe and must be completely evacuated, civilians defending Ukraine says it won't open humanitarian corridors from its cities due to warnings of Russian 'provocations', terrorist attacks on routes, 'BBC' reports with live updates of Putin's aggression and defense efforts - 28 March 2022: Footage from a Ukrainian aerial reconnaissance group shows escaping father killed by Russian military near Kyiv, as there are a growing number of reports that Russian forces shoot at civilians who are trying to escape the conflict zone in Ukraine, BBC reports - 28 March 2022: Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich earlier this month suffered suspected poisoning at talks, amid claims the alleged poisoning was orchestrated by hardliners in Russia who wanted sabotage, reported by Wall Street Journal and investigative journalism outlet Bellingcat
29 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion - 'unavailable': 29 March 2022: 'Ukrinform' website blocked, 'unavailable' called 'Server Error', instead of reports with live updates on the 33rd day of Putin's war crimes
29 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 March 2022: According to Ukraine’s Armed Forces, Russia continues to block Kharkiv while relocating troops to other regions, as Poland to block coal imports from Russia with almost 20% of Polish coal coming from Russia, as in Ukraine's south Russia is preparing to resume offensive operations, as Russian forces destroyed Mykolaiv’s regional state administration building and later seven people were found dead under the rubble, while 22 others were injured, as Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic expel Russian diplomats over espionage, as Russian missile strike destroys airport's fuel depot in Khmelnytskyi Oblast, as USA secretary of state Blinken says no signs that Russia is serious about peace talks with Ukraine, as NATO says Ukraine invited to its summit scheduled for April 6-7 held in Brussels, other non-member states invited include Georgia, Finland, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the Republic of Korea, as Ukraine's FM Kuleba urges world to criminalize use of 'Z' symbol saying on Twitter that 'public support of this barbarism must be forbidden' as the symbol represents Russia’s war crimes, flattened cities and thousands of murdered Ukrainians, as Ukraine's air defense shoots down Russian missiles targeting Lviv, Kyiv Independent reports with live updates on the 33rd day of Putin's war crimes
29 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 March 2022: The USA is seeing Russia beginning to withdraw some of its forces from the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, in what it believes is a change in Russian strategy in Ukraine according to USA military officials, as western officials urge caution over Russia’s peace talk promises, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 33rd day of Putin's war crimes
29 March 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 29 March 2022: The mayor of Chernihiv says 'time will tell' if the Russians stick to their word, as Russia's deputy 'defence' minister says military will 'drastically reduce combat operations' around Kyiv and the northern city of Chernihiv, as Russian representatives 'not welcome' at Holocaust memorial when official representatives of Russia and Belarus are not invited to an upcoming ceremony at the former Nazi concentration camp in Buchenwald in Germany that will mark on 10 April 77 years since the camp was liberated, as the Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora Memorials Foundation said Russian and Ukrainian 'civil society' representatives will be invited instead, 'BBC' reports with live updates of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
29 March 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with updates: 29 March 2022: USA president Biden says West needs to see if Russians 'follow through' on de-escalation, as European states expel Russian diplomats over spying allegations, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 34th day of Putin's war crimes
30 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 March 2022: Russian invaders use phosphorous munitions in Marinka, as Ukrainian military destroy three more enemy fighter jets, as president Zelensky asks EU and Norway to close ports to Russian ships, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy another column of enemy equipment, as death toll in missile strike on Mykolaiv Regional State Administration rises to 15, one person killed, five wounded in Russian shelling of Nizhyn, as death toll in airstrike on Mykolaiv regional administration rises to 13, as Russian invaders shell kindergarten in Lysychansk, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 35th day of Putin's war crimes
30 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 March 2022: Dnipro suffers missile strike, as Ukraine downs 3 Russian fighter jets over Kharkiv Oblast, as up to 300 civilians, 50 soldiers killed in Irpin according to mayor Oleksandr Markushyn saying that the actual number of casualties was still unknown since many people were buried in yards and parks, Kyiv Independent reports with live updates on the 35th day of Putin's war crimes
30 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 March 2022: More than 4m Ukrainian citizens mostly women and children have fled Russia’s ‘senseless’ war on Ukraine unprecedented in Europe since WW2, says UN, as a lot of the soldiers dying in Putin’s war are from poorer ‘ethnic minority’ republics according to Russian military expert, as Kremlin says Ukrainians in Mariupol ‘must lay down their arms’ for the shelling to end, as Russian strikes hit Red Cross building in Mariupol, as Russia has 'increased intensity of strikes on Chernihiv since promising to cut back operations', as Russian regime's FM 2 days early ahead of bilateral meeting hails China as part of new 'just, democratic world order', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 35th day of Putin's war crimes
30 March 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 30 March 2022: Ukrainian officials say Russia is shelling nearly all cities on the front line in the Donetsk region, as there has been no let-up in attacks on Ukraine's northern cities despite Putin regime's pledge to reduce military action, 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 35th day of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
30 March 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with updates: 30 March 2022: Russia's Putin regime hits Kyiv outskirts, Chernihiv as the intensified bombardment comes a day after regime said it would scale down military operations ‘to increase mutual trust’, as Oleksandr Pavliuk - the head of the Kyiv region military administration - said there had been 30 Russian raids in residential areas and civilian infrastructure in the Bucha, Brovary and Vyshhorod regions around the capital, and as Chernihiv’s mayor Vladyslav Astroshenko said Russian bombardment of the city had intensified over the past 24 hours, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 35th day of Putin's war crimes
31 March 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 March 2022: President Zelensky calls on the world to impose new sanctions against Russia, close ports for Russian ships and give up Russian energy resources, also emphasizing the need to improve the capabilities of international institutions in bringing war criminals to account, and saying Russia's impunity for downing of MH17 led to invasion of Ukraine, as Ukrainian troops recapture five villages in Zaporizhia region, as combats near Kyiv and in Chernihiv, shelling in Luhansk region, Donbas and Kharkiv continue, as Russians drop phosphorus bombs in Donetsk region and children among injured in attack, as Russia continues to use cluster munitions in populated areas, as ore than 400,000 Ukrainians 'forcibly displaced to Russia' according to ombudsperson, as Ukraine Army holding back Russian invaders across all directions, launching counter attacks, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 36th day of Putin's war crimes
31 March 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 March 2022: Russian invaders strike military base in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast killing two people and injuring five, as Ukraine in talks with Poland, Baltic countries to close borders with Belarus, Russia, as according to the Armed Forces Russian regime lost 17,500 soldiers, 1,735 armored personnel carriers, 614 tanks, 311 artillery systems, 96 multiple launch rocket systems, 131 helicopters, 135 aircraft and 7 boats, as Ukrainian forces regain control over southeastern Orlove, Zahradivka, Kochubeyivka, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 36th day of Putin's war crimes
31 March 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 31 March 2022: More than 4m Ukrainian citizens mostly women and children have fled Russia’s ‘senseless’ war on Ukraine unprecedented in Europe since WW2, says UN, as a lot of the soldiers dying in Putin’s war are from poorer ‘ethnic minority’ republics according to Russian military expert, as Kremlin says Ukrainians in Mariupol ‘must lay down their arms’ for the shelling to end, as Russian strikes hit Red Cross building in Mariupol, as Russia has 'increased intensity of strikes on Chernihiv since promising to cut back operations', as Russian regime's FM 2 days early ahead of bilateral meeting hails China as part of new 'just, democratic world order', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 36th day of Putin's war crimes
31 March 2022 'BBC' reports tensions between Putin and his military leadership, with live updates: 31 March 2022: Russian Putin regime massively misjudged the situation in Ukraine and the truth of the situation is being kept from Putin, including that beleaguered Russian troops had sabotaged their own equipment and even accidentally shot down one of their own aircraft, UK intelligence agency GCHQ's Sir Jeremy Fleming says in Australia, as also USA said it has information that Putin 'felt misled by the Russian military' and this has resulted in 'persistent tension between Putin and his military leadership', 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 36th day of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
31 March 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with updates: 31 March 2022: Ukraine sends buses to Mariupol to deliver aid, evacuate civilians after Russia announces ceasefire for the besieged port city, also preparing for a new Putin regime's offensive in the east after it says it will focus its attention on 'liberating the Donbas', after dictator Putin was misled on his army’s failures in Ukraine - 31 March 2022: Heavy shelling, missile strikes continue around Chernihiv, intense fighting continues in towns north of Kyiv, as Russia may have committed war crimes by killing civilians and destroying hospitals in its pounding of Ukrainian cities according to UN's human rights chief Michelle Bachelet, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 36th day of Putin's war crimes
1 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 April 2022: Russian troops leaving the city of Bucha in Kyiv region mined civilian buildings and infrastructure, as Ukrainian troops recapture five villages in Zaporizhia region, as combats near Kyiv and in Chernihiv, shelling in Luhansk region, Donbas and Kharkiv continue, as Russians drop phosphorus bombs in Donetsk region and children among injured in attack, as Russia continues to use cluster munitions in populated areas, as ore than 400,000 Ukrainians 'forcibly displaced to Russia' according to ombudsperson, as Ukraine Army holding back Russian invaders across all directions, launching counter attacks, as Ukrainian parliament approves nationalization of property of Russian citizens, as European parliament president assures Ukraine will be officially recognized a candidate country, as Russian forces seize Kakhovka City Council, appoint their 'mayor', as Russia lost more than $10B worth of military equipment in Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 37th day of Putin's war crimes
1 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 April 2022: The townn of Bucha liberated according to mayor Anatolii Fedoruk, thanking Ukraine’s Armed Forces for liberating the town from Russian troops after it was occupied by Putin's forces since February 27, as also the town of Borodianka in Kyiv Oblast liberated from Russian occupiers, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 37th day of Putin's war crimes
1 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 April 2022: Kyiv’s mayor says fighting is taking place around the city, as the EU says China ‘cannot turn a blind eye to Russia’s violation of international law’, as Mariupol officials say Russians blocking aid from entering city, remaining closed for anyone trying to enter and ‘very dangerous’ for those trying to leave, as UN nuclear watchdog to head mission to Chernobyl, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 37th day of Putin's war crimes
1 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 1 April 2022: ICRC postpones an attempt to evacuate civilians from besieged city of Mariupol, saying 'arrangements and conditions made it impossible to proceed', as tens of thousands of civilians remain trapped in their devastated city, as Ukrainian forces say they are making gains around Kherson, the only major city held by Russian forces, 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 37th day of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
1 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 1 April 2022: 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 37th day of Putin's war crimes - 1 April 2022: In Syria, Putin regime leads effort to recruit Syrian fighters for its war against the Ukrainian people, now in 2022 using its mercenary network and local groups, 'Al Jazeera' journalist Kareem Chehayeb reports
2 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 April 2022: Myrhorod airfield’s runway and infrastructure damaged in Russian missile strike, as ussian troops fire missiles at industrial facility in Khmelnytskyi region, as Ukrainian defenders have defeated a Russian battalion tactical group in the Donetsk region, as Ukrainian army recaptures another village in Chernihiv region, as Ukrainian army repelling Russian attacks in eastern Ukraine, as Russians fire three missiles at Myrhorod, damage infrastructure, as death toll from attack on Mykolaiv Regional State Administration rises to 36, as Russian forces shell hospital in Kharkiv region, as Ukraine Army downs two enemy missiles over Poltava region, and as Putin kills a Ukrainian child every six hours, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 38th day of Putin's war crimes
2 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 April 2022: Death toll in Russia’s missile strike on regional state administration in Mykolaiv rises to 36 people, as Lithuania becomes first EU country to ban Russian gas, as Russian missiles hit railroad in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, as Turkey reportedly ready to provide ships to evacuate civilians from Mariupol, as Russia aims to occupy all of Kherson, Donetsk, and Luhansk oblasts according to Ukraine’s General Staff, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 38th day of Putin's war crimes
2 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 April 2022: Enerhodar pro-Ukraine protest violently dispersed in the still occupied town, as Ukraine says it has recaptured Brovary but warns of Russian mines, as Russia to halt cooperation over International Space Station, as UK prevents use of private jet linked to Russian oligarchs, as Ukrainian photographer Maksim Levin killed while covering war, as British volunteers tell why they’re fighting for Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 38th day of Putin's war crimes
2 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 2 April 2022: Ukraine is making further territorial advances around Kyiv, with claims the entire region has been re-taken, as Russian forces have abandoned Hostomel airport near the capital, leaving behind the wreckage of the world's largest aircraft, as evidence of civilian killings is mounting during Russian forces retreat, as reporters in the town of Bucha, just outside Kyiv, have found at least 20 bodies strewn in the streets, and as the BBC has confirmed the criminal killing of at least two civilians on a highway leading to the capital, 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 38th day of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
2 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 2 April 2022: 'Al Jazeera' journalist Imran Khan reports on the 38th day of Putin's war crimes, as Red Cross said its own Mariupol rescue effort was forced to turn back after 'arrangements and conditions made it impossible to proceed', but adding its team will try again, as residents fleeing the besieged region around the city took a convoy of buses and private cars to reach Ukrainian-controlled Zaporizhzhia, after Ukrainian deputy PM said 7 humanitarian corridors to evacuate people from Ukraine’s besieged regions planned for Saturday
3 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 April 2022: Ukraine to convene OSCE Permanent Council meeting due to Russian war crimes in Kyiv Region, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba calls on ICC mission to come to Bucha to gather evidence of Russian war crimes, as Ukrainian defenders seize enemy APC with laptops and money stolen by Russians from local residents, as 'further sanctions on their way', and as EU to assist in documenting Russian war crimes near Kyiv, as video shows Kherson residents hold peaceful rally against Russian aggression, as enemy launches several missile strikes against Mykolaiv, also trying to take control of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, as Israeli ambassador deeply shocked by crimes committed by Russians in Bucha, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 39th day of Putin's war crimes
3 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 April 2022: 'We will open fire at looters', mayor Oleksandr Markushyn of liberated town of Irpin told reporters on 3 April, saying that there have been many cases of looting in Irpin, which was liberated from Russian occupiers earlier on 28 March, as Lithuanian filmmaker Mantas Kvedaravicius, who was documenting Russian atrocities in Mariupo, was killed in the port city, as Mykhailo Podolyak, an aide to president Zelensky’s chief of staff, slams Western leaders for failing to help Ukraine, posting photos of Russian atrocities in Kyiv Oblast, as deputy PM Iryna Vereshchuk said on 3 April that Russia had held hostage 11 mayors, in Kyiv, Kherson, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, Mykolaiv and Donetsk oblasts, as Ukrainian defense forces said 18,000 Russian soldiers killed since 24 February (giving their lives for Putin's megalomania, one can add), as Finish PM Sanna Marin said that Russia’s war against Ukraine had forced Finland to reexamine its security policy and to decide this spring whether to join NATO, as Ukraine's defense forces say several Russian commanders refuse to fight due to low morale, as hundreds of murdered civilians discovered as Russians withdraw from towns near Kyiv, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 39th day of Putin's war crimes
3 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 April 2022: Russian missiles strike fuel depot in key Ukraine port of Odesa, as Russia accused of war crimes and as Bucha reveals horror of invasion, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 39th day of Putin's war crimes
3 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 3 April 2022: As Putin's forces retreat from areas near Kyiv, evidence of civilian killings is mounting, as reporters in the town of Bucha, outside Kyiv, have found at least 20 bodies strewn in the streets, as the UK PM says 'despicable attacks' are evidence of war crimes - 3 April 2022: BBC World reports the killings of Ukrainian civilians, and explosions in Odesa, as missiles hit critical infrastructure of the port city
3 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 3 April 2022: Ukraine’s president Zelenskyy has accused Russia of carrying out a genocide in his country, as Ukraine says shelling continued night and day in Donetsk, as French FM Jean-Yves Le Drian condemned what he called the 'massive abuses committed by Russian forces' in Ukraine in the recent weeks, adding that such abuses would constitute war crimes and that France will work with Ukrainian authorities and the ICC to put on trial those responsible for these abuses, as EU's foreign policy chief Joseph Borrell says EU will assist Kyiv in documenting war crimes, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 39th day of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
4 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 April 2022: USA president Biden called for a war crimes trial against Russian regime's Putin and his forces following reports of Russian atrocities in Bucha, as two-thirds of Russian troops left area around Kyiv according to USA, as Russian forces destroyed 90% of infrastructure in Mariupol, as two civilians killed in Russian shelling of Chuhuiv, as UK convenes UN Security Council to discuss Russian atrocities in Bucha, as Russian troops pushed out of Zhytomyr region, as Russian troops again drop cluster bombs on Mykolaiv, as situation with civilian casualties worst in Borodianka according to prosecutor, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 40th day of Putin's war crimes
4 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 April 2022: Deaths, injuries reported in Russian shelling of Mykolaiv, as Russia aims to capture Kharkiv according to Defense Ministry's Oleksandr Motuzianyk, as 3 April missile strikes destroy oil refinery, storage facilities in Odesa, as Ukraine’s intelligence publishes list of Russian military stationed in Bucha, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 40th day of Putin's war crimes
4 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 April 2022: Ukraine’s prosecutor general says Borodyanka will be worst-hit by Russian invasion in Kyiv region, as USA president Biden calls for Russian regime's Putin to face war crimes trial over Ukraine, as German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier admitted today that economic cooperation with Russia was a mistake, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 40th day of Putin's war crimes
4 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 4 April 2022: USA's Biden calls for Putin war crimes trial over civilian killings
4 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 4 April 2022: 'They were shelling all the time, around the clock, and all the shells flew over my house', Oleh Matsenko who survived 33 days of Russian attacks in Bucha told Al Jazeera, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 40th day of Putin's aggression and defense efforts
5 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 April 2022: Ukrainian servicewomen tortured in Russian captivity according to ombudsperson, as 279 hospitals damaged, 19 completely destroyed amid Russian invasion according to minister, as Russian shell today hit children's hospital in Mykolaiv, as Security Service of Ukraine has intercepted communications of Russian forces testifying to criminal orders being issued by Russian commanders to their soldiers to open fire on civilians in Ukraine according to he SBU press service, as Ukrainian military shot down two enemy missiles in Poltava region, as Ukrainian paratroopers destroy three enemy tanks, a fuel tanker, and as Ukrainian Armed Forces destroy 30 air targets within a week, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 41st day of Putin's war crimes
5 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 April 2022: Czech Republic sends dozens of T-72 tanks, infantry vehicles to Ukraine, as EU launches processes to slash Hungary funds over rule-of-law breaches, as 12 civilians killed, 41 injured in Russian shelling of Mykolaiv on April 4 with cluster munitions, as Russian shellings on 4 April kill 6 people, injure 8 in Kharkiv Oblast, governor Oleh Synehubov said on 5 April 5 adding that Russian troops had shelled Kharkiv Oblast 54 times on the previous day, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 41st day of Putin's war crimes
5 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 April 2022: Ukraine president gives powerful speech at UN saying Russian troops’ actions ‘no different from terrorists’, as Russian troops also leave grisly mark on town of Trostianets, as Bucha satellite images of corpses contradict Russian denial, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 41st day of Putin's war crimes
5 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 5 April 2022: At UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine, president Zelenskyy accuses Russian forces of carrying out the worst war crimes since World War II, as UN’s human rights office says evidence from Bucha indicates Russian forces 'directly targeted' civilians after Kyiv says 300 non-combatants were killed in the town, as the European Commission proposes more sanctions on Russia, including a ban on coal imports, as European countries expel Russian diplomats, regime expected to respond with tit-for-tat measures, as NATO says Russia is regrouping to refocus its offensive on taking complete control of Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region, as UN says it has received ‘credible’ claims of Russian forces using cluster bombs, as Ukrainian president demands Russia be removed from UNSC, saying Russian forces ‘killed entire families’, as USA reiterates call for Russia to be removed from UN Human Rights Council, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 41st day of Putin's aggression, war crimes and defense efforts
6 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 April 2022: 'Murderers covering their tracks. Russian mobile crematoriums have started working in Mariupol. After the wide international coverage of the genocide in Bucha, the top leadership of the Russian Federation ordered to eliminate any evidence of crimes of its army in Mariupol', the Mariupol City Council posted on Telegram, as Russian shelling's of aid distribution spot in Vuhledar death toll rises to four, as almost 50 people burned to death after Russian bombing of Mariupol hospital, as Zelensky says all Russian political leadership and army are war criminals, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 42nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 April 2022: As Ukraine regains control of Borodyanka area, more Russians’ atrocities come to light, as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters that Russia's war in Ukraine could last for years as Putin still wants 'whole of Ukraine', as Russian troops block work of humanitarian center in occupied Berdiansk, detain volunteers, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 42nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 April 2022: Ukrainian people in country's east told to flee, as western officials say it will take ‘at least a week’ before units from Kyiv could reach Donbas, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 42nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 6 April 2022: Ukraine's deputy PM urges residents of the eastern regions of Kharkiv, Luhansk and Donetsk to evacuate as fears grow that Russia will intensify attacks there. as Iryna Vereshchuk says 'it has to be done now because later the people will be under fire and face the threat of death', 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 42nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 6 April 2022: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and list of key events on Day 42, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 42nd day of Putin's aggression, war crimes and defense efforts
7 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 April 2022: Nato's Jens Stoltenberg calls on members to provide offensive arms to Ukraine, as president Zelensky says Russians almost destroyed Mariupol and want to destroy Odesa, as calls from Russians discussing atrocities in Bucha intercepted, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 43th day of Putin's war crimes
7 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 April 2022: Russian troops shelled Kharkiv civilian infrastructure 48 times over the past 24 hours, as Russian soldiers reportedly discussed killing civilians in Bucha by radio, also saying that Ukrainian prisoners of war had been shot dead after being interrogated, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 43th day of Putin's war crimes
7 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 April 2022: Russian ‘atrocities’ condemned by G7, as Ukrainian president Zelenskiy pleads for weapons from Nato, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 43th day of Putin's war crimes
7 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 7 April 2022: The BBC has been told that Russian troops used villagers in northern Ukraine as human shields against counter-attacks, saying we have also seen residential areas flattened in Chernihiv following the withdrawal of troops, 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 43th day of Putin's war crimes
7 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 7 April 2022: Mariupol’s mayor says more than 100,000 people still need to be evacuated from the besieged southeastern port city, as Zelenskyy urges West to roll out oil ban on Russia, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 43th day of Putin's aggression, war crimes and defense efforts
8 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 April 2022: For the second day in a row, Ukrainian and Polish activists have been blocking the movement of Russian and Belarusian trucks on Poland–Belarus border through the Kukuryki-Kazlovicy checkpoint, demanding a de facto cessation of overland trade between the EU and Russia, as Montenegro imposes sanctions on Russia, as Ukrainian president Zelenskiy addresses Finnish parliament, as death toll from Russian missile strike on Kramatorsk grows to 50 including 5 children, as three Russian Su-24 bombers shelled Ukraine over past day, as Ukrainian PM Denys Shmyhal said tragedy in Kramatorsk has proved Russia's status as a terrorist state and must be punished, as Slovakia sends S-300 air defense system to Ukraine, as president Zelensky calls on world to stop funding Russian war machine, as Russian banks trying to circumvent sanctions, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates onm the 44th day of Putin's war crimes
8 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 April 2022: Germany’s software giant SAP keeps its Russian clients despite claims it shut down cloud services in Russia, as Russian troops shot 132 civilians in Makariv while 40% of the village was destroyed by shelling before on 22 March it was liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, as Czech Republic ships tanks, rocket launchers, artillery to Ukraine, as Chernihiv mayor says about 700 people killed by Russia during siege, as 'Meduza' releases video showing civilians killed in Bucha during Russian occupation after Meduza obtained drone footage of the city of Bucha with metadata from March 23-30, obtained from Russian Sergei 'Botsman' Korotkikh, whose group is fighting on the side of Ukraine and who claims his fighters were regularly filming Russian positions in the area, as USA Congress votes to suspend Russia trade relations and ban oil imports, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 44th day of Putin's war crimes
8 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 April 2022: At least 50 people killed in rocket attack at Kramatorsk train station, as regional governor says many wounded in a Russian rocket strike on station packed with evacuees, as Ukrainian president Zelenskiy condemns Kramatorsk attack saying ‘Evil that has no limits’, as Russians start to see evidence of high military casualties, and as Abramovich-linked yacht changed hands on day 1 of invasion, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 44th day of Putin's war crimes
8 April 2022 France24 reports with live updates: 8 April 2022: Civilians in eastern Ukraine struggled to evacuate Friday as Russia redirects its firepower, while President Volodymyr Zelensky warned of 'even more horrific' devastation in the areas retaken by Ukrainian troops around the capital, as volunteers aid evacuation effort in eastern Ukraine, 'France24' reports with live updates on the 44th day of Putin's aggression, war crimes and defense efforts
9 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 April 2022: Russian terrorist forces are concentrating their efforts on capturing Mariupol and launching an offensive in the Izium area, and two battalion tactical groups of the enemy have been redeployed from the Belgorod region to the area of Shevchenkove in the Kharkiv region, as European Investment Bank has announced a EUR 4 billion program to support EU Member States hosting Ukrainian war refugees and to develop vital social infrastructure, as UN says 1,766 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started and OHCHR believes that the actual figures are considerably higher, as Russian shipyards halt production of ships due to lack of foreign components according to intelligence. as abducted Lithuanian film director dies at hands of Russian fascists in Mariupol, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 45th day of Putin's war crimes
9 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 April 2022: National Police launches hotline for relatives of people killed by Russian forces, tasking the operators to provide the necessary advice, as UK sets out new package of financial and military aid to Ukraine during a surprise visit to Kyiv, as Luhansk Oblast Governor Serhiy Haidai reports Russian troops hit nitric acid tank in Rubizhne again, urging residents of the region not to leave bomb shelters and to close windows and doors, as a quarter of Russian forces in Ukraine 'effectively inoperable' according to CNN, quoting an European official, who said that 29 Russian battalion tactical groups are out of order, as Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova said Russia bolsters forced deportations of Ukrainians, as about 10% of population fled Ukraine, yet numbers decline according to the UN, as Kharkiv Oblast Governor says region witnessed same atrocities as Bucha, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 45th day of Putin's war crimes
9 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 April 2022: Survivors of a missile attack on the Kramatorsk train station in Donbas have spoken of the harrowing scenes they witnessed in the aftermath of the strike that killed at least 52 people, including five children, as dozens of people were severely injured, UK's PM Johnson meets Zelenskiy in unannounced visit to Kyiv, as in Lithuania - a country defending the freedom of the press - train station Russians commuting to Kaliningrad come face-to-face with photographs of bombed Ukrainian cities and bloodied bodies, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 45th day of Putin's war crimes
9 April 2022 France24 reports with live updates: 9 April 2022: More than 4.4 million Ukrainian refugees flee war, a record since World War II according to UN, as Ukrainian president Zelensky said he expects a 'firm global response’ to the deadly missile strike that killed more than 50 people at a train station in Kramatorsk on Friday, 'France24' reports with live updates on the 45th day of Putin's aggression, war crimes and defense efforts
10 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 April 2022: Ukrainian law enforcement officers have already identified 1,222 people killed in Kyiv region as a result of Russian aggression since February 24, 500 war crimes suspects identified, as mass killings of Ukrainian civilians by Russians have been recorded in liberated towns and villages after Irpin, Bucha, Hostomel cities and the entire Kyiv region were liberated from Russian invaders in early April, as on 10 April Russian forces tried to enter Severodonetsk but the Ukrainian army repulsed the offensive, as Ukraine may get EU candidate status in June according to the Ambassador of the European Union to Ukraine Matti Maasikas, as Russian occupiers have dispersed another rally in the city of Kherson, dedicated to the memory for the victims of the Russian aggression, as satellite images show 13-km-long Russian military convoy moving towards Kharkiv, as Russian troops started to drop parachute bombs on Kharkiv city, as of April 10, the Russian army already lost about 19,300 personnel in Ukraine, and as of April 10, a full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine killed 177 children and injured more than 336, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 46th day of Putin's war crimes
10 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 April 2022: Ukrainian General Staff says Russia prepares for an 'offensive operation' to break through Donbas defense lines, and continues to regroup equipment and troops, transferring battalion tactical groups to Belgorod, Voronezh, and Kursk regions bordering Ukraine with the first main goal to take full control of the Ukrainian cities of Popasna, Rubizhne, Nyzhne, and Novobakhmutivka, as Russian troops had headquarters in a church in Chernihiv Oblast, bodies found on site, and - according to Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova - the case of people being shot in a church adds to the list of newly identified war crimes, as president Zelensky told AP 'for some of this kind of equipment (we got) it was too late', 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 46th day of Putin's war crimes
10 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 April 2022: Putin appoints new war commander after regime's failure to take Kyiv, as general Alexander Dvornikov has record of brutality against civilians in Syria, as health worker describes aftermath of Mariupol maternity hospital attack and her own facility’s takeover by Russian soldiers, reporting 'they said anyone who left would be shot’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 45th day of Putin's war crimes
10 April 2022 France24 reports with live updates: 10 avril 2022: Plus de 1 200 corps découverts dans la région de Kiev, après le départ de l'armée russe, selon la procureure générale d'Ukraine, et à l'est l'aéroport de Dnipro a été de nouveau bombardé dimanche par les Russes et 'complètement détruit', selon 'France24' en direct
11 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 April 2022: Russia's military actions in Ukraine can be described as 'failure' and 'horror' according to EU's Josep Borrell after a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg, as Ukrainian General Staff said enemy still intends to completely capture Donetsk and Luhansk regions, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 47th day of Putin's war crimes
11 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 April 2022: Russian proxies call for using chemical weapons in Mariupol, Russia's capital outflow reaches $64 billion since January, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 47th day of Putin's war crimes
11 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 April 2022: Ukrainian child among Kharkiv shelling victims, as city's mayor reports multiple casualties from eastern Ukrainian city, as last marines defending Mariupol ‘running out of ammunition’ and the Ukrainian 36th brigade say they face ‘death for some of us, and captivity for the rest’ as Putin regime's brutal offensive continues, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 47th day of Putin's war crimes
11 April 2022 France24 reports: 11 avril 2022: Il n'y a plus de médias indépendants en Russie, et les derniers journalistes qui travaillent encore dans le pays risquent gros, parce que depuis le début de l'invasion de l'Ukraine le 24 février, l'État russe ne cesse de durcir la législation, instaurant une censure de guerre, Elena Volochine rapports - 11 avril 2022: La fin de la résistance à Marioupol, dans le sud-est de l'Ukraine, semblait imminente lundi, les forces ukrainiennes annonçant se préparer à la chute de ce port stratégique tandis que les séparatistes prorusses affirmaient avoir conquis la zone portuaire
12 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 April 2022: Verkhovna Rada's Liudmyla Denisova has called on the ICRC to take all measures to help open a humanitarian corridor for the evacuation of civilians from the city of Izium in the Kharkiv region, as in Kharkiv region Ukrainian army destroyed column of tanks on a ‘tip’ from Russian propagandist, as Russian troops continue using air force, tactical missile systems in Donetsk direction, as Russian mobile crematoria burning bodies of thousands of civilians in Mariupol according to adviser Mykhailo Podoliak, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 48th day of Putin's war crimes
12 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 April 2022: Up to 22,000 people killed in Mariupol according to Donetsk Oblast Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko, as Germany's Steinmeier says Kyiv is against his potential visit because of his close ties to Russia in the past, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 48th day of Putin's war crimes
12 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 April 2022: Mariupol mayor Vadym Boichenko says more than 20,000 civilians killed in Mariupol, as civilians flee eastern Ukraine ahead of new Russian offensive, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 48th day of Putin's war crimes
12 April 2022 France24 reports: 12 avril 2022: Après plusieurs témoignages recueillis par les médias et des ONG attestent de l'utilisation du viol comme 'arme de guerre' des responsables de l'ONU ont réclamé des enquêtes indépendantes sur les violences faites aux femmes en Ukraine depuis l'invasion de l'armée russe
12 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 12 April 2022: The mayor of Bucha says authorities in the Ukrainian town have found 403 bodies of people they believe were killed by Russian forces, as UN demands an independent investigation into allegations that Russian forces have raped women and committed other forms of sexual violence, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 48th day of Putin's aggression, war crimes and Ukrainian defense efforts
13 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 April 2022: Striking deals with Russia means financing terrorism, genocide of Ukrainians, PM Zelensky saysm, as Ukrainian children deported by aggressors set to be forcibly Russified according to language envoy, as Ukraine Army destroys convoy of Russian military equipment, as presidents of Baltic states, Poland visit destroyed towns of Kyiv region, as Kuleba, UK's Truss discuss speeding up arms deliveries to Ukraine, as about 120,000 residents staying in Mariupol according to mayor, as Russians terrorists shot seven people, blow up house with their bodies in Kherson region, as two Russian fighter aircraft downed in Kharkiv region, as council of EU ramps up military aid to Ukraine to €1.5B, as Russians launch missile strike on village in Zhytomyr region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 49th day of Putin's war crimes
13 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 April 2022: English Channel tax haven Jersey's court freezes more than $7 billion of assets linked to Russian oligarch Abramovich, as Russia is trying to encircle Ukrainian troops in the Donbas, and Ukraine’s partners should supply long-range missiles and other offensive weapons to prevent this and push Russian troops out of Ukraine, according to Ukrainian defense minister Reznikov, as Russian troops killed more than 100 civilians in Sumy Oblast with tied hands and showing signs of torture, as well as ones shot in the head, according to governor Dmytro Zhyvytsky, as Ukraine disappointed by Macron's refusal to call Russia's actions genocide according to Ukraine's spokesperson Oleh Nikolenko, as Sweden to apply for NATO membership in June, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 49th day of Putin's war crimes
13 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 April 2022: Ukraine’s president says more weaponry is needed to stop Russia ‘spreading misery, suffering and destruction’ to other countries, as Putin's troops leave Chernobyl exclusion zone and surrounding villages, Ukraine’s nuclear agency faces huge clean-up task, as Zelenskiy tells Estonian parliament Russia is using phosphorus bombs, and as Ukraine defence spokesperson said no information on Mariupol surrender claims, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 49th day of Putin's war crimes
13 April 2022 France24 reports: 13 avril 2022: Situation critique dans la ville de Marioupol, assiégée par l'armée russe, selon envoyé spécial Karim Yahiaoui - 13 April 2022: Mariupol's mayor holds press conference on situation saying in televised remarks that more than 100,000 people remained in the city awaiting evacuation, as mayor accuses Russian forces and pro-Russian fighters of looking to 'impose a blockade' by cutting off food supplies and vital infrastructure, including water, electricity and heating
13 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 13 April 2022: Al Jazeera journalists take a look at Putin's war crimes and the main developments on the 49th day of his aggression, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
13 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 13 April 2022: OSCE says in a report which investigated events in late February and March in Ukraine, it found evidence of violations by Russian forces, including breaches of the right to live, sexual violence, extra-judicial killings, forced deportations, the use of human shields and the disappearance of journalists and human rights campaigners
14 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 April 2022: Russian forces launch missile strike on Dnipropetrovsk region, as 2,557 people evacuated today, including 289 from Mariupol, as Verkhovna Rada recognizes Russia as terrorist state, bans military symbols Z and V, as front line pushed 40-50 kilometers away from Kryvyi Rih – regional administration, as Verkhovna Rada calls on international community to recognize Russia’s actions in Ukraine as genocid, as Russian helicopters fire on Zolochiv community in Kharkiv Region, as heads of Czech Republic and Poland parliaments visit liberated towns in Kyiv region, as Lviv paratroopers liberate several localities in southern Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 50th day of Putin's war crimes
14 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 April 2022: Ukrainian Parliament dissolves pro-Russian opposition platform faction following Security Council ban, as Ukraine's General Staff says Russia fails to mobilize enough military personnel in North Caucasus, because locals don’t want to fight in the war against Ukraine, as National Bank says yearly inflation may exceed 20%, but the National Bank kept the current interest rate at 10% admitting prices of goods and services will rise due to disruption of production, problems with logistics, and devaluation of the national currency, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 50th day of Putin's war crimes
14 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 April 2022: 'The Guardian' reports on day 50 of the invasion, as Russian regime' 'defence' ministry says entire crew of Moskva warship evacuated after ammunition blast after Ukraine earlier claimed it had struck the cruiser, as Putin regime says warship still afloat despite explosion, as west says Ukraine claim of strike ‘credible’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 50th day of Putin's war crimes
14 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 14 April 2022: Ukrainian officials say at least four people have been killed in the eastern city of Kharkiv amid increasing Russian bombings, as Putin regime warns NATO against accepting Sweden and Finland’s memberships, threatening there could be no more talk of a 'nuclear-free' Baltic, as Russia says Moskva cruiser ‘seriously damaged’ following a fire, as Ukraine claims it attacked the vessel with missiles, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 50th day of Putin's war crimes
14 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 14 April 2022: Ukrainian president Zelensky has called on the West to give him weapons 'sooner and faster', telling the BBC we need more weapons and we need them now, as Ukraine meanwhile says it hit a Russian warship in the Black Sea with missiles, as zwo more men linked to the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, who owns Chelsea Football Club, have been sanctioned by the UK government in response to the war, as the club's director Eugene Tenenbaum will have his assets frozen and will be subject to transport sanctions, as David Davidovich, an associate of Ambramovich, is subject to similar sanctions with asset freezes estimated to amount to £10bn, and as measures bring the total number sanctioned by the UK since Russia's invasion to 106
14 April 2022 France24 reports: 14 avril 2022: Depuis la guerre en Ukraine, les demandes de bunkers antiatomiques se multiplient en Italie, selon France24 - 14 April 2022: Amateur images show large convoys of military equipment filmed in Russia and Belarus in recent days, analysed and verified by the FRANCE24 Observers team
15 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 April 2022: 5 citizens killed, 15 injured in Russia’s attack on Mykolayiv, as 7 killed, 34 injured in enemy shelling of Kharkiv, as Russia launches three missile strikes on Kyiv region, as enemy making futile attempts to storm Marinka, as almost 15,000 Ukrainians have received financial assistance from UN in Poland, as new USA military aid for Ukraine to arrive in next 24 hours, as experts tracking Russian oil transportation to prevent Kremlin from circumventing sanctions, as production of tanks halts in Russia according to intel reports, as forced mobilization plan thwarted in occupied areas of Donetsk, Luhansk regions, and as Russian Tu-22M3 bombers strike Mariupol, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 51st day of Putin's war crimes
15 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 April 2022: 'Nothing will dissuade' Biden administration from supporting Ukraine' according to USA, as Gazprom exports fall by a quarter compared to last year, as FSB asks Russian Putin regime for additional funding to bury Russian troops, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 51st day of Putin's war crimes
15 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 15 April 2022: Kyiv official says 900 civilian bodies found, as Russia says warship 'Moskva' has sunk after reported Ukrainian strike, a serious blow to Russian military’s prestige, as steel plant becomes Ukrainian hold-out in Mariupol
15 April 2022 France24 reports on the 51st day of Putin's war crimes: 15 avril 2022: La ville de Kramatorsk, dans l'est de l'Ukraine, s'est vidée des trois-quarts de sa population depuis le début de la guerre, fin février, et parmi les habitants toujours présents, certains luttent activement contre les Russes, selon France24
16 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 April 2022: Sarin found in village of Sumy region earlier occupied by Russian forces, as UNHCR to expand support programs for displaced persons in Ukraine, as court remands Medvedchuk in custody, as Georgian parliament speakers visit Bucha, Irpin, as briefing on investigation into war crimes committed by Russian occupiers in Ukraine, as Italy, Romania closing ports to Russian ships, as Zelensky says authorities in contact with defenders of Mariupol, as child injured in Russian shelling of Polohy in Zaporizhzhia region, as Russian invaders persecute Crimean Tatars in Zaporizhzhia, Kherson regions, as president’s office calls on EU not to delay supply of weapons to Ukraine, as at least 70 civilians managed to leave Luhansk region today, as - following Kramatorsk station attack - Ukrainian Armed Forces shares evidence of Tochka-U missile use by Russians, as one person was confirmed killed and at least 18 were injured in the latest Russian missile attack on the city of Kharkiv today, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 52st day of Putin's war crimes
16 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 April 2022: Russian-controlled proxies conscript kids to fight against Ukraine according to Ukrainian Ombudsman, as Russia warns Czech Republic against supplying weapons to Ukraine, and as Prague says won't respond to blackmail, as FSB detains Russia's proxy in Donbas, likely over chemical weapons reveal, according to Ukraine’s intelligence, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 52st day of Putin's war crimes
16 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 16 April 2022: Ukraine's president Zelenskiy says, as battle rages in Mariupol, up to 3,000 Ukraine troops killed since Russia invaded, claiming up to 20,000 Russian soldiers have died, as more reprisals from Putin's regime expected in wake of sinking of flagship cruiser the Moskva
16 April 2022 France24 reports on the 51st day of Putin's war crimes: 16 April 2022: After 'Moskva' flagship rendered harmless, Putin regime escalates without hesitation its agression against the Ukrainina democracy, as investigations continue in to more than 900 civilian bodies found in areas surrounding Kyiv, also 'killed by sniper fire and other weapons', with Ukrainian authorities - having identified over 200 Russian soldiers suspected of being involved in the killings - hoping to bring to justice in criminal court,
17 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 April 2022: Russian forces open fire on Orthodox temple in Sievierodonetsk, as Russians erasing letter 'Z' from military equipment, possibly plotting provocations in Zaporizhia region, as budget deficit could reach $5B in coming months, as in occupied areas, locals losing any illusions about Russia, as Russian propaganda denies deploying mobile crematoria in Ukraine, as Russia launches criminal case after monument to WW2 Soviet commander removed in Kharkiv, as amid forcible Russification 'Retraining camps' for Ukrainian teachers being set up in Crimea, as Russian troops shell Zolote, killing at least two people, as Estonia, Bulgaria ban Russian ships from ports, as Russian military abduct village head in Zaporizhzhia Region, as five people killed, 13 injured in Russia’s shelling of Kharkiv downtown, as volunteers reveal three camps for deported Ukrainians in Russia’s Penza Region, as five children killed by Russian mines and tripwires in Trostianets, as president Zelensky presents state awards to 189 servicemen, six of them posthumously, as Russian invaders send looted items from Kherson Region to Crimea, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 53rd day of Putin's war crimes
17 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 April 2022: Ukraine fills in questionnaire to receive EU candidate status, as European Commission president says Russia's bankruptcy a matter of time, as Italian PM Draghi said 'I am beginning to think that those who say that it is useless to talk to him (Putin) and that it’s just a waste of time are right', as president Volodymyr Zelensky told CNN that Ukraine is prepared to defend Donbas against Russian forces in a battle he says could influence the course of the entire war, as Mariupol residents suffer from hunger according to Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova citing UN data saying that over 100,000 civilians suffer from water and food shortages, as Mykolaiv Oblast governor reports shootout between Russian troops, Russia's proxies in neighboring region, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 53rd day day of Putin's war crimes
17 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 17 April 2022: Mariupol defenders continue to defy Russian order to surrender as president Zelenskiy warns ‘extermination’ of city’s defenders would jeopardise peace talks, as Kyiv arms plant hit by Russia may have made missiles that sank Moskva, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 53rd day of Putin's war crimes
17 April 2022 France24 reports on the 53rd day day of Putin's war crimes: 17 avril 2022: À 15 h 45 le président ukrainien Volodymyr Zelensky a affirmé avoir invité Emmanuel Macron à se rendre en Ukraine pour constater de ses yeux que les forces russes commettent un 'génocide', tandis que des explosions ont rythmé les heures de la journée de dimanche à Kiev, après la Russie avait annoncé, en fin de semaine, son intention d'amplifier son offensive dans la capitale. À Marioupol, les derniers soldats ukrainiens présents semblent avoir ignoré l'ultimatum de la Russie, qui leur avait demandé d'évacuer ce port stratégique à la mi-journée - 17 avril 2022: À Irpin, au nord de Kiev, après un mois d'occupation russe, la ville en ruines panse ses plaies. De son côté, la police locale rassemble des preuves contre les soldats russes.
17 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 17 April 2022: Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy urges USA president Joe Biden to visit his country, as at least three people killed and more than 30 wounded in Kharkiv by Russian forces shelling multiple locations, as Zelenskyy threatens to withdraw from peace talks if Ukrainian fighters in Mariupol are killed following ultimatum, local authorities say, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 53rd day of Putin's war crimes
18 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 April 2022: UN records 2,072 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, as Russia’s total number of battalion tactical groups BTGs in eastern and southern Ukraine rises to 76 according to Pentagon, as three civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of one more district in Kharkiv 20:51 Russian troops begin offensive operations in eastern Ukraine, as invaders forcibly take 13 orphans out of Mariupol to Russia, as Zelensky informs Nauseda about heroic defense of Mariupol, as three-year-old boy, evacuated from Kharkiv with his mother, injured in missile strike on Lviv, as Russian forces open fire on Kreminna residents, killing four, as air defense forces destroy enemy UAV in Odesa region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 54th day of Putin's war crimes
18 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 April 2022: Russian landing ship commander Alexander Chirva killed in Ukraine, as Russian forces shelled Kharkiv’s Osnovianskyi District on April 18, killing two civilians, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 54th day of Putin's war crimes
18 April 2022 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 18 April 2022: Lviv mayor accuses Russia of genocide as missiles strike city, and as Ukraine vows Mariupol will ‘fight to the end’ as surrender deadline passes, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 54th day of Putin's war crimes
18 April 2022 France24 reports on the 54th day of Putin's war crimes: 18 April 2022: Russian missiles hit Dnipro city and western city of Lviv on Monday, killing at least 7 people in Lviv according to local officials, as AP's Philip Crowther reports, and as several Ukrainians killed in Putin's strikes on Kharkiv city
18 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 18 April 2022: Russian forces have bombarded several Ukrainian cities including Lviv in the west - which had largely escaped unscathed until now, as 7 people are dead after four rockets hit military facilities and a car tyre service point -, as the capital Kyiv, Kharkiv city in the north, Mykolaiv city near the port of Odesa, have also been targeted, and as Ukrainian troops in the besieged city of Mariupol ignored a Russian deadline to surrender, 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 54th day of Putin's war crimes
18 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 18 April 2022: Ukrainian forces hold out in Mariupol as Russian strikes hit Lviv, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 54th day of Putin's war crimes
19 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 April 2022: The Italian Parliament has approved arms deliveries to Ukraine, as USA will train Ukrainian troops on how to use howitzer artillery systems sent to Ukraine, as in the towns of Rubizhne and Popasna in Luhansk region, positional battles are currently taking place, as SBI documented the crimes committed by Russian invaders in Irpin town in Kyiv region, where investigators found 13 graves of residents, as more than 420 bodies of citizens have already been found in Bucha in Kyiv region, as 919 settlements in eight regions of Ukraine liberated from occupation, as Russia's leadership orders to raze Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol to the ground, after on 18 April Russian troops began dropping heavy aviation bombs on the steelworks in devastated Mariupol, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 55th day of Putin's war crimes
19 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 April 2022: IMF expects Ukraine's economy to fall by 35% in 2022, when - according to the International Monetary Fund’s report - Russia’s gross domestic product will drop by 8.5% this year, and as the IMF also expects that Russia’s war 'will contribute to a significant slowdown in global growth in 2022 and add to inflation', as Dutch PM said on 19 April that he had called Ukrainian president and announced arms supplies 'as Russia begins a renewed offensive', as Russian shelling kills 3 people in Kharkiv on 19 April according to governor Oleh Synehubov saying that 16 people had been injured, when Kharkiv has been shelled by Russian multiple rocket launchers, as Polish PM visiting Lviv on 19 April 19, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces reported that Russia has lost 20,800 troops in Ukraine, 802 tanks, 2,063 armored personnel carriers, 1,495 vehicles, 386 artillery systems, 132 multiple launch rocket systems, 67 anti-aircraft defense systems, 150 helicopters, 169 aircraft, 76 fuel tanks, 158 UAVs and 8 boats since regime’s invasion on 24 February, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 55th day of Putin's war crimes
19 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 19 April 2022: Mayor of Kharkiv reports civilian areas in city under continuous bombardment, as Russian forces capture first city in battle for Donbas and as governor of Kreminna says Ukrainian troops have withdrawn after being attacked ‘from all sides’, as UN urged to take lead in securing peace or risk organisation’s future, ahead of world body's required move to limit veto power of Security Council permanent members, as USA seeks to seize superyacht believed to be owned by Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov, who is under USA and EU sanctions, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 55th day of Putin's war crimes
19 April 2022 France24 reports on the 55th day of Putin's war crimes: 19 April 2022: The aim of Russia's new military offensive in east Ukraine is to grab land, establish an overground link between territories in the east and Crimea, and crush Ukraine's armed forces, Ukraine's defence ministry said on Tuesday, and FRANCE 24's Gulliver Cragg reports from Kyiv
19 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 19 April 2022: On the 55th day of Russian war crimes against the attacked Ukrainian people now in mid-April - also a remembrance day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 19 April – 16 May 1943 - 'Al Jazeera' takes a look at the main developments after Putin regime has begun ‘Battle for Donbas’ in Ukraine’s east
20 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 April 2022: Russia not ready for peaceful settlement according to president of Ukraine, also saying Ukraine ready for any swap format for the sake of its people in Mariupol, also saying sixth sanctions package will not be powerful without embargo on Russian oil, as NATO could be involved in evacuation of civilians from Mariupol according to USA Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland, as about 120,000 people trapped in besieged Mariupol as enemy suffers significant losses near Izium, as evacuation of Mariupol fails as Russian forces open fire on Azovstal plant, as Israel to give Ukraine protective gear, as Ukraine's Zelensky, EU's and Belgium's Michel discuss support for Ukraine, EU accession criteria, as German FM Baerbock says armored vehicles supplies to Ukraine not a taboo for Germany, as forty percent of residents have left Mykolayiv, as president Zelensky says it’s unfair that we still have to ask for weapons, releasing images of destroyed cities, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 56th day of Putin's war crimes
20 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 April 2022: Japan lifts Russia's 'most favored nation' trade status due to invasion of Ukraine, as Russia says it test-launched its intercontinental ballistic missile, threatens West, as IMF expects Ukraine's debt to reach 86% of GDP in 2022, as 91-year-old Holocaust survivor Vanda Obiedkova dies in Mariupol, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 56th day of Putin's war crimes
20 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 20 April 2022: Russia demands Mariupol surrender as small convoy of civilians reported to have left besieged city, as Ukrainian commander in Mariupol says forces ‘facing last days’, and as Russian tycoon Oleg Tinkov denounces ‘insane war’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 56th day of Putin's war crimes
20 April 2022 Ukrainian fighters still holding out in Mariupol, France24 reports: 20 April 2022: Ukrainian fighters still holding out in Mariupol after fresh Putin fascists' ultimatum to surrender on Wednesday as they pushed for a decisive victory in their new eastern offensive, while Western governments only pledged more military help to Kyiv as thousands of Russian troops backed by artillery and rocket barrages were advancing - 20 April 2022: NBC News' Erin McLaughlin reports from Mariupol, as commander Serhiy Volyna of Ukraine's 36th Marine Brigade made his appeal by video from the Azovstal steel plant saying there were about 500 wounded troops and many civilians with them at the Azovstal steel plant, which has become the last stand for Ukrainians in the port city, adding 'we appeal and plead to all world leaders to help us. We ask them to use the procedure of extraction and take us to the territory of a third-party state' - 20 April 2022: Serhiy Volyna issued a desperate plea for help, saying his marines were 'maybe facing our last days, if not hours', and 'the enemy is outnumbering us 10 to one', according to 'Moscow Times'
20 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 20 April 2022: Mariupol evacuation corridor didn’t work as planned, Ukraine’s deputy PM Iryna Vereshchuk says, blaming Russian forces for not holding their ceasefire, as USA starts training of some Ukrainian troops on howitzer artillery, as USA Defense Department has said that Ukraine has received parts for their aircraft from allies but not complete warplanes
21 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 April 2022: Spain sends new military aid batch to Ukraine and Denmark allocates $90M for weapons for Ukraine, as Ukraine's Shmyhal meets with USA's Biden to discuss aid to Ukraine and sanctions against Russia, as UN says 2,345 civilians killed in Ukraine since start of Russian invasion, as Spain’s PM vows to support Ukraine on path towards EU membership, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces shoot down two Russian Mi-8 helicopters, as USA's Biden announces $500M in direct economic aid to Ukraine, as president Zelensky says more than 400 wounded Ukrainian service members blocked in Mariupol, as Russian missiles hit Zaporizhzhia, as president Zelensky also says Ukraine needs heavy weapons to save people's lives, as more than 7.7M Ukrainians forced to flee their homes since Russian invasion began, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy Russian Su-34 fighter jet in Kharkiv region, as Spain's, Denmark's prime ministers visit Borodianka, as Ukrainian defenders conduct seven strikes on Russian positions in southern Ukraine, as Russian invaders fail to advance in Luhansk Region and towards Huliaipole–Arestovych, as Mariupol defenders spot V-marked tanks used by Russians when committing atrocities in Bucha, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 57th day of Putin's war crimes
21 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 April 2022: Russian troops forcibly deport group of Ukrainian children to Russia, as group of Ukrainian teenagers aged 14-15 was brought from the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts and left with a charitable foundation in Russian city Vladimir amid reports that the children’s parents had been killed by Russian forces according to Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova as Latvia recognizes Russia's actions in Ukraine as genocide, adopts law to strip citizenship for supporting war crimes, following Estonia, as Russian troops bury killed Mariupol residents in Manhush to hide crimes by example of NSDAP ruled German empire 1939-1945, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 57th day of Putin's war crimes
21 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 21 April 2022: Strengthening the siege, Russia no longer plans to storm Ukraine stronghold in Mariupol, as Ukraine deputy PM says bodies of 1,020 civilians are being stored in Kyiv morgues, and as German report casts doubt on scale of its weapons support, as World Bank warns of 'human catastrophe' from food crisis, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 57th day of Putin's war crimes
21 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 21 April 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy says his war-ravaged country needs more heavy weapons to defend itself from Russia’s invasion that threatens its very survival, asking Western nations to impose further sanctions
22 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 April 2022: Russian troops attempt to gain control over railway near Izium and Barvinkove, and Defense Minister Reznikov says Western response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been too slow, as UN representatives document dozens of executions of civilians in Bucha, as Russians open fire on bus evacuating civilians from Popasna, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 58th day of Putin's war crimes
22 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 April 2022: Ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova says about 1,000 civilians trapped in Mariupol's Azovstal plant include infants, children, elderly, and women, reporting that there are about 500 wounded soldiers who are also in the shelter, running out of drinkable water and with little food left, as people sheltering at Azovstal don’t see sunlight at all, leaving children on the verge of exhaustion and in need of comprehensive care, as Russian occupiers thwart evacuation efforts in Luhansk Oblast, as Sloviansk Mayor Vadym Lyakh reports that Russian forces use cluster munitions in Sloviansk, and as UN verifies 5,264 civilian casualties in Ukraine since February 24, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 58th day of Putin's war crimes
22 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 April 2022: Russia has been hiding evidence of its 'barbaric' war crimes in Mariupol by burying the bodies of civilians killed by shelling in a new mass grave, according to city’s mayor Vadym Boichenko, after USA satellite imagery company released photos that appeared to match the site, adding that Russian trucks had collected corpses from the streets and had transported them to the nearby village of Manhush, as Russian forces are continuing to drop bombs on the Azovstal iron and steelworks, according to Petro Andryushchenko, an adviser to the mayor of the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol, and as fears are growing for hundreds of civilians holed up in the steel factory on Mariupol’s left bank, with the last remaining, outgunned contingent of Ukrainian fighters, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 58th day of Putin's war crimes
22 April 2022 satellite images showing mass graves near besieged Mariupol, France24 reports: 22 April 2022: Satellite images appear to show mass graves near besieged Mariupol, and local officials accuse Russia of burying up to 9,000 Ukrainian civilians there in an effort to conceal the slaughter that has been taking place during the siege of the port city, according to France24 live blog
22 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 22 April 2022:Russian forces took 40 villages in east Ukraine on Thursday, but President Zelensky says these and other gains are only temporary, 'BBC' reports on the 58th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
22 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 21 April 2022: Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford, reporting from the eastern town of Popasna, reported 'incredible scenes' at a military field hospital in the area in eastern Ukraine, also scenes of intense fighting overnight in a nearby village where forces from both sides threw grenades at each other in what was an almost 'hand-to-hand combat', as UN says at least 136 attacks have been carried out on healthcare facilities across Ukraine, leaving at least 73 people dead
23 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 April 2022: Death toll in Russia’s missile strikes on Odesa rises to six, including 3-month-old, as Ukraine Army destroys enemy command operations center, eliminates two Russian generals, as Czech Republic applies to replace Russia in UNHRC. as following missile strike on Odesa, Ukrainian FM Kuleba says Russia must be recognized sponsor of terrorism, after enemy fired missiles at Odesa, rescue operation underway, as in Putin's Russia men being recruited online for 'volunteer mission' in Mariupol, as enemy shells Zolote killing two peopl and injuring two injured, as invaders deport 308 Mariupol residents to Russia’s Far East, as NSDC explains why Russia spins fake news about chemical, biological, nuclear weapons, as invaders plan to intensify shelling of civilians and military on the Easter holiday, cynically writing 'Christ is Risen' on munitions according to an intercepted call of a Russian soldier to his family, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 59th day of Putin's war crimes
23 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 April 2022: Two Russian missiles hit a military facility and a residential building in the southern city of Odesa on 23 April, killing at least six people, including a three-month-old, and injuring at least 18 people. One of the victims burned in his car parked near the building that was hit, as two more missiles were shot down by air defense forces, while the debris from one of them hit another residential building, and as the number of casualties is likely to increase according to Ukraine's Andriy Yermak, as nearly 3 million people fled Ukraine for Poland since 24 February, and four million Ukrainians have fled abroad according to the UNHCR, with decreasing number of refugees according to Polish Border Guards' data, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 59th day of Putin's war crimes
23 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 April 2022: Two Russian generals have been killed near Kherson, and another is in critical condition according to Ukrainian ministry of defence, as women and children beg for help in video from Mariupol steel factory, as Russian forces have resumed airstrikes on the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 59th day of Putin's war crimes
23 April 2022 45.000 réfugiés ukrainiens en France: 23 avril 2022: Plus de cinq millions d'Ukrainiens ont fui leur pays, près de 45.000 ont trouvé refuge en France. Une grande partie d'entre eux arrivent par la gare de l'Est à Paris, à bord de trains venant d'Allemagne, selon France24
23 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 23 April 2022: A video was published appearing to show women and children sheltering in a bunker under Mariupol’s steel plant, as Russian forces have resumed attempts to storm the huge steel plant in the city that's the last bastion of resistance there, as officials in the devastated southern city of Mariupol say a planned evacuation of civilians has not happened, as Ukraine says five people have been killed after an apartment block in the city of Odesa was hit by missiles, as Russia is 'trying to spread terror' in the southern port city by targeting it with rocket fire according to Ukrainian official, 'BBC' reports on the 59th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
23 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 23 April 2022: Referring to comments made by a senior Russian general saying that Putin regime wants to control southern Ukraine to give it access to the separatist region of Transnistria in Moldova, Ukrainian president Zelenskyy said the statement showed Russia would invade other countries too, as Russia says it plans to deploy its newly tested Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missiles, capable of mounting nuclear strikes against the USA, by autumn
24 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 April 2022: Russians drop bombs on children’s heads in Mariupol during Easter, as ICRC calls for immediate access to Mariupol to facilitate safe passage of civilians and wounded, as Russia says it has deported nearly one million Ukrainians to its territory, as enemy sustains significant losses in Kherson direction, despite Russian tanks - flying Ukrainian flags - fired on occupied territories, as Russian forces suffer losses and retreat after attempting to storm villages in Kharkiv region, certainly not located in Donbas region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 60th day of Putin's war crimes
24 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 April 2022: Ukraininan General Staff reports Russian forces fail to advance in Kharkiv Oblast, saying Russian troops intensified their offensive in Kharkiv Oblast, trying to advance but 'the enemy was unsuccessful, suffered losses and was forced to retreat', 10 people remain hospitalized after deadly Russian airstrike in Odesa, and two victims will have to undergo surgeries, according to chief physician Mykola Turchyn of one of the municipal clinical hospitals, as Russian shelling of Chuhuyev in Kharkiv oblast injures 3 people including child according to mayor Halyna Minaeva, as Russian forces kill 213 children in 2 months of invasion, injure 389, according to Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova, as Russian Easter shelling kills two girls, aged five and 14, in Donetsk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 60th day of Putin's war crimes
24 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 April 2022: UN calls for ‘immediate stop’ to Mariupol attacks, as Zelenskiy says - expecting USA's Blinken and Austin today in Kyiv - he will ask USA for more heavy weapons to defeat Russia, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 60th day of Putin's war crimes
24 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates: 24 April 2022: Ukraine says efforts to help civilians escape the devastated port city of Mariupol have collapsed once again, as Russia is continuing to drop bombs on the steelworks where the city's last defenders are holed-up, a Ukrainian commander says, as Odesa building survivors recall missile strike after firefighters helped them escape with oxygen masks, fearing what will happen next, as USA's Antony Blinken and Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin are expected in Kyiv according to president Zelensky, 'BBC' reports on the 60th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
24 avril 2022 8 personnes tuées et plusieurs blessées dans des frappes russes sur Odessa: 24 avril 2022: Huit personnes ont été tuées et au moins 18 autres blessées dans des frappes russes sur la ville portuaire d'Odessa dans le sud de l'Ukraine, selon un nouveau bilan annoncé par président Zelensky, et l'envoyé spécial de France24, Tarek Kaï, a rencontré les habitants des bâtiments touchés par les missiles russes
24 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 24 April 2022: Ukraine has invited Russia to talks near the Azovstal plant in Mariupol, where Ukrainian fighters and civilians are holding out in a city largely under Moscow’s control, Kyiv has said
25 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 April 2022: Local media report explosions in Russian-occupied Transnistria, when several explosions took place in an 'administrative' building in Transnistria on 25 April 25 after Russia said on 22 April that it planned to seize southern Ukraine, opening a route to Transnistria, a Russian-occupied territory in Moldova, as 3 civilians killed by Russian shelling in Kharkiv Oblast taking place on 25 April in the village of Bezruky near the town of Derhachy according to mayor Zadorenko, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 61st day of Putin's war crimes
25 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 April 2022: Another mass grave found near Mariupol, as enemy continues to fire at Azovstal using aviation, artillery and tanks, as Russian forces seize Novotoshkivske in Luhansk region , as Russian forces attack railway junctions to destroy supply routes, as five people dead, 18 injured by Russian missile strikes on Vinnytsia region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 61st day of Putin's war crimes
25 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 April 2022: Russia failing in its war aims, says USA's Anthony Blinken on visit to Kyiv, as Sweden and Finland to submit Nato applications, as UK defence secretary says, alongside death toll, Russians have lost over 2,000 armoured vehicles, as USA wants Russia to remain weakened by war, as Russia bombs five rail stations in central and western Ukraine, as doctors said evidence some Ukrainian women raped before being killed, and as forensic specialists carrying out autopsies north of Kyiv say they ‘still have hundreds of bodies to examine’, as four people, including two children, were killed in eastern Ukraine on Monday, as ICC had become a participant in the joint investigation team JIT, whose members are Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine, involving international cooperation in criminal matters under the auspices of Eurojust, the EU agency for criminal justice cooperation, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 61st day of Putin's war crimes
25 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 25 April 2022: At least five people were killed as railway stations were targeted in central Ukraine, according to officials, and another 18 were wounded in the attacks in Zhmerynka and Kozyatyn according to Ukrainian prosecutor general's office, as USA president Biden has named the veteran diplomat Bridget Brink as the new ambassador to Ukraine, vacant for the past three years, 'BBC' reports on the 61st day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
25 avril 2022 retour des diplomates américains et nouvelle aide militaire: 25 avril 2022: Retour des diplomates américains et nouvelle aide militaire, après la première visite de dirigeants américains en Ukraine depuis le déclenchement des hostilités par la Russie
25 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 25 April 2022: Ukraine urges UN to mediate corridor from Mariupol’s Azovstal, as USA backs ammunition sale to Ukraine, as mother and baby killed in attack on Ukraine’s Odesa, as Russia to deploy new intercontinental nuclear missiles by autumn
26 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 April 2022: Russian troops have carried out 35 air strikes on Mariupol’s Azovstal steel plant today, where civilians are hiding in the basements and some civilians have been injured, as Germany to send Gepard anti-aircraft tanks to Ukraine after German federal government has agreed to allow the delivery of urgently needed heavy weapons to Ukraine, as three people were killed and 7 were injured in the latest shelling of Kharkiv city, as enemy shelling continues along entire front line in Donetsk region, as invaders have destroyed 70% of Rubizhne, but town's defense unbreakable, as Ukrainian military shot down a Russian Igla missile over Dnipropetrovsk region, as enemy firing Smerch MLRS on Mykolayiv to hold on to occupied positions, as Russian troops attacked Zaporizhzhia including air strikes, attempting to advance toward the city, as Russian missiles seen flying over Zaporizhia nuclear plant, threatening global disaster, as resulting of morning rocket attacks on Zaporizhzhia city, one person was killed, another was injured, and the infrastructure of one enterprise was damaged, as Russians are trying to involve cadets from Libya and participants in hostilities in Syria and Chechnya in the war against Ukraine, as Ukrinform to host round table 'How to Resist Russian Terror and Genocide in the Occupied Territories of Ukraine', 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 62nd day of Putin's war crimes
26 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 April 2022: Russians launch missile attack on Odesa Oblast, damage bridge across the Dniester estuary from the Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi District to Odesa, that was then closed due to the damage, as USA Defense Secretary calls for creation of Ukraine Contact Group to win war against Russia, saying during the Ukraine-focused defense conference at Germany’s Ramstein Air Base that the group would be open to any country willing to ramp up military support for Ukraine, as Sumy Oblast was fired upon at least 15 times from heavy weapons according to Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service, as Russia launches missile strikes on Ochakiv, shells Mykolaiv with heavy multiple rocket launchers, as Russia’s FM Lavrov told state-controlled media on 25 April the risk of a nuclear war shouldn’t be underestimated, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 62nd day of Putin's war crimes
26 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 April 2022: Kyiv area morgues at breaking point, as Russia accused of shelling Mariupol humanitarian corridor, amid rising fears that Moldova breakaway region drawn by Putin into war, as shortages are proving fatal in Lviv’s hospitals, as Putin regime warns UK of ‘proportional response’ if it continues ‘provoking’ Ukraine to attack after UK’s armed forces minister said earlier that Britain backs Ukrainian troops carrying out strikes in Russian territory, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 62nd day of Putin's war crimes
26 avril 2022 des enfants à Kharkiv, témoins et victimes de la guerre en Ukraine: 26 avril 2022: Alina, Alex, Daniel, Kiril et Lilia sont âgés de 8 à 14 ans. Depuis le début de la guerre en Ukraine, ils dorment avec leur famille à l'abri des bombes dans un grand parking sous-terrain à Kharkiv, dans l'est du pays
26 April 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 26 April 2022: Two people have been killed and six others wounded by Russian shelling in Ukraine’s eastern region of Donetsk according to its governor, as Moldova holds urgent security meeting after Transnistria blasts, as UN expects 8,3 million Ukrainians to flee as refugees this year, on 26th April already 2,909,415 to Poland, 777,602 already to Romania, 433,895 to Moldova, 355,593 to Slovakia, as Putin regime's Lavrov - threatening the global community with the exception of North Korea, Iran, Syria - warns of risk of nuclear conflict, as Russia expels three Swedish diplomats in tit-for-tat move, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 62nd day of Putin's war crimes until noon
27 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 April 2022: OHCHR reports that 2,787 civilians have been killed and 3,152 more have been injured in Ukraine as a result of a full-scale Russian invasion, believing that the actual figures are considerably higher, because the receipt of information from with intense hostilities has been delayed and because this concerns Mariupol in Donetsk region, Izium in Kharkiv region, Popasna in Luhansk region, where there are allegations of numerous civilian casualties not included in the above statistics, as Russian missile shot down over Dnipropetrovsk region, as Ukraine Army destroyed about 22,400 enemy troops since Russian invasion started according to General Staff, as Russia continues offensive in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, as PM Shmyhal end of April estimates Ukraine’s recovery after war with Russia to cost about $600B, as invaders fire artillery on Azovstal to identify positions of Ukrainian fighters, as Switzerland blocks Gepard ammunition supply to Ukraine 19:35 Invaders fire artillery on Azovstal to identify positions of Ukrainian fighters, as Stefanchuk and speakers of three countries visit Irpin, Bucha and Hostomel, saying it was hell here, as 102 educational institutions in Ukraine completely destroyed, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 63th day of Putin's war crimes
27 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 April 2022: Six-year-old girl from Dnipro raises $165 for Ukrainian military by playing flute on the street, half the sum - her mother fundraised the other half on social media - needed to buy one bulletproof vest, planting to continue to raise funds for more, as Switzerland adopts EU's latest sanctions package against Russia including a coal embargo and further financial sanctions, as Ukrainian General Staff said Russian forces fail at breaking Ukrainian defense lines in the east despite heavy shelling, as Indonesian president invites Zelensky to the G20 summit, as Avdiivka's governor said Russia uses white phosphorus bombs in Avdiivka, as Pentagon sets up control center in Germany for military aid to Ukraine, as Russian missiles hit bridge in Odesa Oblast for second time, targeting a bridge crossing the Dniester estuary near the town of Zatoka, as Ukrainian Armed forces strike Russian positions on Snake Island, destroy anti-aircraft missile system, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 63th day of Putin's war crimes
27 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 April 2022: Mariupol commander says more than 600 injured with no medication in Azovstal steel works making an urgent plea in a video on his Facebook page, saying that there are more than 600 injured civilians and fighters in the Azovstal steel works, as Serhiy Volyna, acting commander of the 36th marine brigade, said there was no medication and no conditions for treatment for the wounded, adding that hundreds of civilians including children were living in unsanitary conditions and running out of food and water. Therefore he issued an urgent appeal for a Dunkirk-style evacuation of troops and civilians from Mariupol, amid rising fears that Moldova breakaway region drawn by Putin into war, as shortages are proving fatal in Lviv’s hospitals, as 2 USA army veterans and volunteers fighting in Ukraine were working together as a team targeting Russian tanks with Javelin anti-tank systems when they were wounded by artillery fire near the city of Orikhiv in the Zaporizhzhia region, as a woman was killed in the Russian shelling of a hospital in the east Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk today and one of only two still operational in the area, as a top executive at one of Russia’s largest private banks said he has quit his post and fled to Kyiv to fight for Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 63th day of Putin's war crimes
27 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 27 April 2022: Russian energy giant Gazprom says it has cut gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria over their refusal to pay in roubles, as Putin regime warns other countries that gas could be cut off if they don't comply with Russia's payment demands, as Putin has warned that countries trying to intervene in Ukraine will be met with a 'lightning fast' response, as Ukraine's president Zelensky has meanwhile accused Russian special services of carrying out attacks in breakaway Transnistria region of Moldova, 'BBC' reports on the 63th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
28 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 April 2022: UN Coordinator leaves for Zaporizhzhia to make preparations for possible evacuation from Mariupol, as Russian troops shell settlement near Kharkiv, civilians trapped under rubble, as more than 5.3M refugees fled Ukraine since Russian invasion started according to UN, as Russia spends more than $1.1B to destroy Mariupol, as Ukrainian paratroopers destroy modified Russian BTR-80 and crew, as Ukrainian Air Force asks for modern air defense systems, fighter jets, as USA considering including Russia in list of state sponsors of terrorism, as Russian aircraft strike Zaporizhzhia, injuring child 10:01 Shmyhal names three possible sources of finance for Ukraine recovery fund, as Russia cannot replace its lost cruiser Moskva in Black Sea according to British intelligence, as Ukrainian defense forces strengthen protection of border with Moldova, as at least two civilians killed after enemy shells exploded in Kharkiv region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 64th day of Putin's war crimes
28 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 April 2022: Europe's PACE calls for creation of international tribunal to investigate Russian war crimes in Ukraine, as Russian forces entrench near Tavriiske, prepare offensive on Siversky Donets River, as Russia launches phosphorous bombs, around 50 airstrikes on Mariupol overnight, as Moldova to join EU sanctions on Russia, provide aid to Ukraine, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 64th day of Putin's war crimes
28 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 April 2022: British foreign secretary Liz Truss urges ‘doubling down’ on support for Kyiv, as Putin threatens Ukraine allies, as USA defence secretary Lloyd Austin said the west’s goal was to 'weaken Russia' to the point where it could no longer invade or threaten its neighbours, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 64th day of Putin's war crimes
28 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 28 April 2022: After Borodyanka and Bucha, the UN chief's third stop was Irpin, as all along the route he passed scenes of terrible destruction were seen including houses, shops, infrastructure smashed to burned ruins by the bombs and fighting, after Russian forces occupied territory here close to Kyiv for most of March, as Nato joining process for Finland and Sweden would be quick, alliance chief says, as Russian government hackers have carried out at least 37 cyber-attacks against Ukraine since the invasion began, Microsoft has said in a report, further saying digital attacks on Ukraine began a year in advance of the invasion and may have laid the groundwork for military missions, also saying - while Russian forces laid siege to the city of Mariupol - Ukrainians began receiving emails from a Russian organisation pretending to be a Ukrainian resident, falsely accusing the government of 'abandoning' its citizens, as Ukrainian cyber-security official Zhora said he continues to see Russian hackers target telecoms companies and energy grid operators on a daily basis, as Putin warned any country interfering in Ukraine will be met with a 'lightning-fast' response, and as UK's Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said that Russia should be pushed out of 'all' of Ukraine, adding that the international community has 'always refused to recognise Russia's invasion in 2014 of Crimea', 'BBC' reports on the 64th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
29 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 April 2022: After NATO Ramstein meeting, all partners better understand what weapons Ukraine needs, according to Ukrainian ambassador of Ukraine to the USA Oksana Markarova, saying 'the historic meeting in Ramstein, organized by the United States, bringing together about 40 ministers and commanders of the armed forces – our friends, partners, and allies – has allowed turning bilateral coordination into a permanent coordination group', as Azov Regiment destroyed at least 1,157 Russian troops in Mariupol, as Norway closing ports for Russian ships, and borders for Russian trucks, as Melitopol mayor says occupiers steal Scythian gold collection from local museum, as treason charges pressed against so-called 'governor' of Kherson region, appointed by Russians, as invaders torture, kill Ukrainian military medic in Kharkiv region, as Russian helicopter fires unguided missiles at border area in Sumy Region, as Poland gives Ukraine over 200 tanks, IFVs, Grad systems, Gvozdika howitzers since Russian invasion, as Ukrainian military gets S-300 missile system from partner countries, as Ukraine Army retakes control of village of Ruska Lozova in Kharkiv region, as FE/RL journalist killed in in Putin fascists' missile attack on Kyiv on 28 April, as 219 children have been killed in Ukraine as a result of Russia’s full-scale aggression, as EU's Josep Borrell says Mariupol 'European Aleppo', as Ukraine strongly condemns Russia's criminal actions related to the so-called 'expropriation' of farmers’ crops in the temporarily occupied parts of Kherson region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 65th day of Putin's war crimes
29 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 April 2022: Zelensky says another mass grave with 900 people found in Kyiv Oblast, as Forbes Ukraine estimated the total cost of Russian missiles fired on Ukraine is at least $7.5 billion, as Russian forces used phosphorus munition in Donetsk Oblast, as Odesa imposes extended curfew after recent attacks, as Ukraine reports 243 Russian crimes against journalists since February 24, as Poland provided Ukraine with over 200 T- 72 tanks, dozens of infantry fighting vehicles, self-propelled howitzers, Grad missile launchers, air-to-air missiles, and drones, as Russian forces attack Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with Grad missile launchers, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 65th day of Putin's war crimes
29 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 April 2022: UN secretary general promises to do more to save lives in Putin regime's war after his visit to Kyiv was marked by rocket attacks that also killed Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty journalist and producer Vera Gyrych, denounced by FM Dmytro Kuleba as a 'heinous act of barbarism' and 'an attack on the security of the secretary general and on world security', as new published report says Zelenskiy was nearly captured at start of war, UK's Foreign Office looking into claims two Britons captured, as UK to send war crimes investigators to Ukraine, as Eurozone growth slips as war pushes up energy costs, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 65th day of Putin's war crimes
30 April 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 April 2022: Russians killed twice as many residents of Mariupol as Nazis during World War II, as today 20 civilians, including women and children, have been evacuated from the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, which has been destroyed by Russian shelling according to Deputy Commander Sviatoslav Palamar, as Ukraine Army regains control over four settlements in Kharkiv Region, as Ukraine's Zelensky, UK's Johnson discuss situation on battlefield and Mariupol, as Odesa Airport’s runway destroyed in Russia’s missile strikes, as Ukraine not discuss lifting sanctions with Russia, as Russian military abduct school principal in Kakhovka, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 66th day of Putin's war crimes
30 April 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 April 2022: Donetsk Oblast comes under heavy fire, at least 4 civilians killed, including 1 child, as Denmark to supply Ukraine with dozens of armored personnel carriers, mortars, as bridge in Donetsk Oblast destroyed by Russians, not Ukrainians, as Russia's Special Forces hire criminal gangs to plot provocations and riots in Odesa, as Russian forces fired at two evacuation buses, no information about casualties yet. Mykola Khanatov said, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 66th day of Putin's war crimes
30 April 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 April 2022: Defiant Poland vows to wean itself off Russian energy, as Russia bombs Kharkiv as Ukrainians claim ‘tactical successes’, as volunteers exhuming Kyiv region’s dead, as Russia has had to redeploy ‘depleted and disparate units from failed advances in north-east Ukraine’, according to British military intelligence, as UK investigates reports of captured Briton paraded on Russian TV, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 66th day of Putin's war crimes
30 avril 2022 des enfants à Kharkiv, témoins et victimes de la guerre brutale de Poutine: 30 avril 2022: Intenses combat dans le Donbass dans l'est du pays, enorme souffrance des civils, et à Dnipro la société civile organise son soutien à l'armée ukrainienne, selon Gulliver Cragg, correspondant France24
30 April 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 30 April 2022: Odesa airport hit by missile attack, slready closed to commercial flights since 24 February, as Russian troops are gradually increasing the intensity of their offensive in eastern Ukraine, as police say they've found three bodies with their hands tied behind their backs in a pit near Bucha near Kyiv, the Ukrainian defence ministry says, 'BBC' reports on the 66th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
1 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 May 2022: Russian forces fired cluster munitions on Mykolaiv suburbs, as UN confirms evacuation of civilians from Azovstal, as Ukrainian military seizes enemy equipment in battles, as Ukraine suggests that Germany should pass lend-lease law as USA did, as Russians fire on village in Dnipropetrovsk region wounding a woman, as Ukraine initiates more than 9,000 cases over Russia’s military crimes, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 67th day of Putin's war crimes
1 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 May 2022: 9,158 war crime investigations opened against Russian occupiers, ten Russians involved in war crimes in Bucha and 15 in the Kyiv Oblast have already been identified, Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova said, as one civilian killed by Russian shelling in Kharkiv Oblast on 1 May, and two other civilians were injured near the town of Bohodukhiv, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 67th day of Putin's war crimes
1 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 May 2022: Officials reach factory to evacuate civilians, says UN, as Kharkiv governor says to stay in shelters amid shelling, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 67th day of Putin's war crimes
1 May 2022 des enfants à Kharkiv, témoins et victimes de la guerre brutale de Poutine: 1 mai 2022: Intenses combat dans le Donbass dans l'est du pays, enorme souffrance des civils, et à Dnipro la société civile organise son soutien à l'armée ukrainienne, selon Gulliver Cragg, correspondant France24
1 May 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 30 April 2022: Odesa airport hit by missile attack, slready closed to commercial flights since 24 February, as Russian troops are gradually increasing the intensity of their offensive in eastern Ukraine, as police say they've found three bodies with their hands tied behind their backs in a pit near Bucha near Kyiv, the Ukrainian defence ministry says, 'BBC' reports on the 67th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
1 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 1 May 2022: Denmark says Russia spy plane breached airspace, rising tensions with NATO, where Denmark is a member, as Germany announces sharp reduction in Russian fossil fuel imports, as Pope says Mariupol ‘barbarously bombarded’ remembering that the Ukrainian city of Mariupol is named after Mary, as 20 Ukrainian civilians that have been evacuated from the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol on Saturday have yet to arrive in Zaporizhzhia, as Ukraine warns of Russia missile threat from Belarus, as tensions remain high in pro-Russian separatist region of Transnistria, following Russian comments that their latest strategy was to try to link Russian troops in Ukraine with forces in Transnistria, according to Neave Barker, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 67th day of Putin's war crimes
2 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 May 2022: In occupied areas, Russian invaders lie to locals about ‘forcible mobilization’ in Ukraine, as Russian occupiers set up 'torture camp' in train station’s basement in Kharkiv region, as MEPs say Russian nuclear attack would mean declaration of war on humanity, as Russia bracing for 'cholera epidemic' in regions bordering Ukraine according to intel, as Russia should be cut off from funds for its war, according to Polish Foreign Ministry , as more evidence of Russian atrocities in Ukraine against civilians exposed in intercept, as Ukraine, together with Moldova, EU, will try to prevent escalation in Transnistria, as Russian troops shell Zolochiv in Kharkiv region, damaging houses and schools, as Ukraine calls for further isolation of Russia after Lavrov's antisemitism remarks, as enemy trying to attack Ukrainian positions in Donbas and Izium area every day, as mobilization in Ukraine could be extended after May 24, as USA embassy plans to reopen in Kyiv in late May, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 68th day of Putin's war crimes
2 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 May 2022: Employees of a Dutch dock have refused to unload a tanker Sunny Liger carrying about 60,000 tons of diesel from Russia’s Primorsk port, as Ukraine regains control of Ruska Lozova in Kharkiv Oblast despite ‘escalations and losses, as prosecutor general Iryna Venediktova said that authorities had identified the first Russian suspected of conducting the massacre of civilians in Bucha, named Sergey Kolotsey, commander of a Russian National Guard unit, as Russian forces destroy renowned Lysychansk Gymnasium school in Luhansk Oblast, built over 100 years ago, that survived two world wars and Russia’s attack in 2014, as heavy shelling in Luhansk Oblast kills 3 residents, wounds 3 others, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 68th day of Putin's war crimes
2 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 May 2022: Rocket strike hits Odesa as local governor Maksym Marchenko confirms deaths and injuries in attack on Black Sea port city, as people trapped in Mariupol steelworks face evacuation delays, as hundreds of people in Azovstal plant face running out of food, as Mariupol evacuee recounts terror in bunkers below steelworks, as Ukraine hopes to evacuate more civilians from besieged Mariupol, as Denmark accused of racism after anti-ghetto law adapted for Ukrainians, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 68th day of Putin's war crimes
2 May 2022 des enfants à Kharkiv, témoins et victimes de la guerre brutale de Poutine: 2 mai 2022: Le ministre israélien des Affaires étrangères, Yaïr Lapid, a convoqué lundi 2 mai l'ambassadeur de Russie pour obtenir des 'clarifications' après les propos tenus par son homologue russe S. Lavrov, selon France24
2 May 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 2 May 2022: The EU remains unable to agree on ending supplies of Russian oil and gas, Germany's economy minister says, as EU ministers have been discussing an embargo on Russian oil, but Hungary has made it clear it will block consensus, as Germany says it would not be ready to block Russian gas but could bear a phased-in oil embargo, as revenues from the supplies - millions of euros a day - are used to fund Russia's war in Ukraine, as some 100 people evacuated from a besieged steel plant in the southern city of Mariupol are due to arrive in Ukraine-held areas, as hundreds more civilians remain trapped there and president Zelensky has said he hopes further evacuations can take place, 'BBC' reports on the 68th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates - 2 May 2022: Israel outrage at Sergei Lavrov's claim that Hitler was part Jewish, making the comments to try to justify Russia's portrayal of Ukraine as 'Nazi' despite the fact that its president is Jewish
2 May 2022 'You can't imagine what we've been through', the 'BBC' reports in a video: 2 May 2022: Dozens of civilians have been evacuated from Mariupol to both Russia-controlled and Ukraine-controlled territory after weeks under siege, as some have left the Azovstal steelworks, the last hold-out of Ukrainian troops in the strategically significant city, and as one woman who left the Azovstal steel works said she did not see any sunlight for two months, 'You can't imagine what we've been through', the 'BBC' reports in a video
2 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 2 May 2022: UN puts Ukrainian civilian death toll at 3,153 since start of war, warns true figure likely much higher, as UN refugee agency says more than 5.5 million people have fled Ukraine since Putin regime launched its offensive in late February, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 68th day of Putin's war crimes
3 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 May 2022: Ukrainian defenders destroy 40 Russian invaders, five tanks in eastern Ukraine, as Russia launches missile strikes on Lviv region, as Pentagon says if Putin uses chemical weapons, international response 'will be significant', as Ukrainians effective in using weapons provided by Western partners according to General Milley, as German lawmaker says Russia’s nuclear threats 'not worthy' of permanent member of UNSC, as Avdiyivka coke plant hit by Russian strike, at least 10 killed, 15 wounded, as first stage of probe into war crimes in Irpin completed, as Austria provides $100,000 in support of Ukrainian journalists. as enemy operations center and three ammunition depots destroyed in southern Ukraine, as UK announces new package of support for Ukraine, totalling £300M, as president Zelensky delivers his first speech in Parliament since Russian invasion started, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 69th day of Putin's war crimes
3 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 May 2022: 2 electrical substations damaged by missile attack in Lviv according to mayor Sadovy, as explosions, power outages reported in Lviv, as Ukrainian forces destroy Russian command post, 3 ammunition depots in south, as Russian shelling kills at least 10 civilians, injures 15 in Avdiivka, as Kyiv Oblast authorities to build housing for those affected by war, and residents of Irpin and Borodyanka, who lost their housing due to Russia’s war, will receive permanent accommodation, as at least 9 people killed by Russian attack in Donetsk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 69th day of Putin's war crimes
3 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 May 2022: Russia attacks Azovstal plant after first civilians evacuated from steel works reach uncertain safety in Zaporizhzhia, but some 200 civilians remain trapped in underground reportedly targeted by artillery and planes, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 69th day of Putin's war crimes
3 May 2022 les soldats en première ligne et travailleurs de l’ombre qui soutiennent, selon France24: 3 mai 2022: En temps de guerre, il y a tous les soldats en première ligne, et il y a les travailleurs de l’ombre qui soutiennent ces efforts. Parmi eux, Vadim Mirnichenko forgeron qui a adapté son activité et mis son savoir-faire au service de l'armée ukrainienne, selon France24
3 May 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 3 May 2022: Hundreds of civilians remain trapped under the rubble of Mariupol's steelworks as more than 100 evacuees - many who have escaped the Mariupol steelworks - arrive in Ukrainian-held Zaporizhzhia, as women and children were rescued from site in the shattered southern port city at the weekend, as Russian forces have launched a 'powerful assault' on the industrial site - the last hold-out of Ukrainian defenders - a Ukrainian commander says, as there have been explosions in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, confirmed by the city's mayor Andriy Sadovyi, 'BBC' reports on the 69th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
3 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 3 May 2022: Putin regime renews attack on Mariupol' Azovstal plant bombarding besieged steel plant, as dozens of evacuees from the plant reach Ukrainian-held Zaporizhzhia, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 69th day of Putin's war crimes
4 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 May 2022: Russians strike Dnipro city center, explosions heard in Cherkasy city, as connection with Azov Regiment recovered, but Russian troops entered Azovstal territory, as Russia preparing to intensify offensive on Mykolayiv, Kryvyi Rih 20:07 Enemy with air support unable to take control of Azovstal, as gunners destroy Russian armored personnel carrier with crew, as UN says more than 5.6 million refugees have fled Ukraine, as Russia uses operational-tactical, strategic aircraft to strike Ukraine, as Shmyhal discusses military and financial assistance with Portugal’s PM, as UN says 3,238 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, as invaders shell two villages in Dnipropetrovsk region from Grad multiple rocket launchers, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 70th day of Putin's war crimes
4 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 May 2022: Russian occupiers took three-year stock of grain out of Luhansk Oblast, as 3 Russian missile carriers currently in Black Sea, ready to strike at Ukraine, and as Russian fleet keeps blocking Ukrainian coastal areas and conducting reconnaissance, as 100,000 square meters of housing to be built for IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, that will be state-owned, and provided with furniture, as EU considers ‘significantly increasing’ military support to Moldova, according to Charles Michel saying the bloc is considering how it can provide more military support for Moldova, including military equipment and cyber defense, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 70th day of Putin's war crimes
4 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 May 2022: EU proposes ban on all Russian oil imports, as up to 200 civilians, including children, remain trapped at Mariupol steelworks and Zelenskiy says trapped civilians at Azovstal must be saved, as Mariupol's mayor says the afternoon, 'No more’ contact with Azovstal defenders, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 70th day of Putin's war crimes - 4 May 2022: Contact lost with Ukrainian troops staging last stand in Mariupol, as mayor says there is ‘no way of knowing what’s going on’ at Azovstal steelworks as more civilians flee city
4 May 2022 evacuees’ now can describe horror weeks: 4 May 2022: Some evacuees’ now can describe horror weeks in Azovstal steel plant, surviving in tunnels, cooking over candles, menaced by Russian forces, as 'they bombed every second’ and ‘we thought we wouldn’t get out of there’, the British 'Guardian' reports showing a picture of an Ukrainian family with a six months old son, as UN team's operational lead Sebastian Rhodes Stampa reported 'there was then some mortar fire', also saying 'there was a six-month-old baby there who had never seen grass'
4 May 2022 Russian airstrikes target western arms arriving in Ukraine: 4 May 2022: Russian airstrikes target western arms arriving in Ukraine, as Putin regime steps up missile strikes on key Ukrainian supply lines delivering billions of pounds worth of western arms to the country, including on railway lines and warehousing, as flow of western weapons becomes focus of war
4 May 2022 'BBC' reports with live updates 4 May 2022: Russian forces have entered the territory of the Azovstal steel works complex in Mariupol, a Ukrainian official has told a USA broadcaste, 'BBC' reports on the 70th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
5 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 May 2022: Twenty-four attacks launched on Luhansk region over past day, as president Zelensky presents online platform to support Ukraine, as body of man tortured by Russians found in Bucha district, as invaders fire on 12 settlements in Donetsk region, as occupiers forcing residents of Kharkiv region to leave for Russia, as Britain allocates another GBP 45M in aid to Ukraine, as about 24,700 Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine, as Ukraine Army destroys two Russian aircraft, four drones, three cruise missiles on May 4, as Russian troops shell two communities in Sumy region, as 221 children killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion, as Russia will likely seek to inflate threat to Ukraine from military exercises in Belarus according to UK Ministry of Defense, as Russian army launches missile strike on Kramatorsk, as Ukraine's Army regains control of settlements on border between Mykolaiv, Kherson regions, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 71st day of Putin's war crimes
5 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 May 2022: Chornobaivka mayor hospitalized, his deputy kidnapped by Russian occupiers, as Russian forces blockade occupied Kherson, as for the past several days, Russian occupiers have not been allowing anyone to leave the occupied area of Kherson Oblast or enter, as a civilian woman killed in Russian shelling of Zaporizhzhia Oblast, while Russian forces shelled a residential building in Polohy, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 71st day of Putin's war crimes
5 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 May 2022: Civilians must be dug from Azovstal by hand because heavy equipment cannot be used to release women and children, says president Zelenskiy, as another 344 people have been rescued from the besieged city of Mariupol in a second evacuation operation, as Russia claims strikes kill 600 Ukrainian fighters, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 71st day of Putin's war crimes
5 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports with live updates 5 May 2022: The Ukrainian commander leading troops holed up in a steel plant in Mariupol says 'difficult, bloody battles' are being fought, as the Azovstal steelworks is the last stronghold of resistance in Mariupol, and as taking the southern port city is a key goal for Russia's Putin regime, as USA has given Ukrainian forces intelligence that has aided them in targeting and killing Russian generals in Ukraine and as Ukrainian officials claim 12 top Russian generals have been already killed in the conflict, the 'BBC' reports on the 72nd day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
6 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 May 2022: Civilian death toll in Ukraine dozens of times higher than military according to PM Shmyhal, as Ukraine's FM Kuleba says EU’s idea of postponing Russian oil embargo for certain countries 'wrong', as Russian invaders mired in looting, plundering temples, as over 500,000 Ukrainians deported to Russia’s remote regions according to president Zelensky, as SSU takes 11 Russian snipers prisoner in Kharkiv Region, as Russian troops attempt to encircle Sievierodonetsk, storming from several directions, as seven countries ready to become Ukraine’s security guarantors, as president Zelensky, Baltic foreign ministers discuss support for Ukraine, sanctions against Russia, as Russians hit evacuation vehicle at Azovstal with ATGM, casualties reported, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 72nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 May 2022: President Volodymyr said on 6 May that he doesn’t see any desire from Russia to end the war after 72 days of fighting, also calling on the world to act more decisively and quickly because the scale of the damage and losses on a global scale will increase with each passing day, as Russian official and senator Andrey Turchak says Russia is in Kherson 'forever', 'there will be no return to the past', as president Zelensky calls on German chancellor Scholz to visit Kyiv on May 9, as G7 leaders to hold video conference with Zelensky on 8 May 8, the 'historic date marking the end of World War II in Europe', as 2,100 people left occupied Kherson Oblast on foot, by car, over 2,000 civilians escaped from frontline villages north in the direction of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, as Russia launches attack on Zaporizhzhia Oblast with artillery, airstrikes, attacking Huliaipole and Orikhiv towns with artillery and airstrikes, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 72nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 May 2022: Mariupol being ‘tortured to death’, says president Zelenskiy addressing UK's Chatham House, as UN plans third evacuation from Azovstal steel plant, as based over the border in Poland rights activist Oxana Lytvynenko tells of her shock at hearing accounts of rape and murder in Ukraine, saying 'I didn’t believe stories of atrocities in Ukraine. But then I saw the photos’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 72nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 mai 2022 l'assaut sur la ville de Severodonetsk dans l'est du pays semble imminent, selon France24: 6 mai 2022: Severodonetsk, l'une des villes d'importance du Donbass encore sous contrôle ukrainien, est 'quasiment encerclée' par les forces russes et les séparatistes prorusses du Donbass, qui essaient d'en prendre le contrôle total, a indiqué vendredi 6 mai le maire de la ville Olexandre Striouk, selon France24
6 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 6 May 2022: Africa faces an 'unprecedented' crisis caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, particularly with soaring food and fuel prices, UN officials has said, as the conflict and Western sanctions on Putin's regime are disrupting supplies of wheat, fertilizer and other goods, compounding difficulties facing Africa from climate change and the covid-19 pandemic, as Amnesty International documented war crimes in Ukraine, including the 'wilful killings of civilians' by Russian forces when they occupied an area northeast of Kyiv in February and March, and as civilians have also suffered abuse such as 'reckless shootings and torture' at the hands of Russian forces, as UN readies third evacuation from Mariupol ‘hellscapes’ with Russia trying to crush last pocket of resistance, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 72nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports with live updates 6 May 2022: Ukrainian president Zelensky says evacuations from Mariupol will continue amid Russian shelling, as UK security think tank Rusi says Russians 'may be out of momentum' in Donbas, as Ukrainian forces accused Russia of firing during the civilian evacuation of the Mariupol steelworks, with a car being hit, as UN's humanitarian chief says a new convoy is on its way to the Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol, with about 200 civilians, including at least 20 children, still trapped in the steel plant, the 'BBC' reports on the 72nd day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
7 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 May 2022: All children, women and elderly reportedly evacuated from Azovstal plant, as Russian troops lose control over Kharkiv Region’s Tsyrkuny, as Russian missiles hit Mykolaiv, no damage to residential areas reported, as Ukrainian minister Tkachenko says destruction of Skovoroda Museum is Russian Putin regime's planned ideological action, ahead of its 'big lie' on 8/9 May claiming Soviet victory in World War II, as USA secretary of state Blinken says - in a statement on the 77th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day - Putin tries to twist history to justify war against Ukraine, adding 'those who study the past know President Zelensky and the brave people of Ukraine embody the spirit of those who prevailed during the World War II', as Russian missiles hit civilian enterprise, airfield in Odesa, as India donates total of 187 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Ukrainian hospitals, as Putin invaders plan to restore Russian Empire coat of arms in Kherson region, as in Zaporizhzhia region invaders terrorize people, seize land, force to pay ‘taxes’, as Norway's Jens Stoltenberg says NATO will support Ukraine until its complete victory over Russia, as Russians fire missiles on Sumy region, wounding border guard, as enemy strikes Odesa region with four missiles, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 73rd day of Putin's war crimes
7 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 May 2022: Ukrainian cabinet approves draft agreement to get $1.5 billion from World Bank, as Russian forces strike Odesa, Mykolaiv, as Russia plans to give Russian citizenship to Ukrainians in occupied parts of Kherson Oblast, introduce ruble, as 2 people killed, 9 injured by Russian missile strike in Kostiantynivka, and as a fire broke out in the building of a local lyceum as a result of the attack, as explosions reported in Transnistria, near Ukraine's border, as Ukraine’s intelligence reported Russian officers to leave combat positions to protect May 9 parade in Mariupol, also also reporting Russian officers complaints about this order from Moscow, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 72nd day of Putin's war crimes
7 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 7 May 2022: CIA director says Putin believes ‘doubling down’ will improve Ukraine war outcome, as Ukraine says 'all women, children and elderly’ evacuated from Mariupol steel mill, as Russia continues assault on Mariupol’s Azovstal plant, as every Ukrainian who has suffered a human rights violation at Russian hands amid the ongoing invasion deserves justice, says the HR representative of the Council of Europe, as six missiles have hit the southern Ukrainian port city of Odesa according to Ukraine’s southern military command, also announcing that the Ukrainian armed forces managed to repel 8 Russian attacks during the past 24 hours, in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, destroying three tanks, eight artillery systems, seven armoured military vehicles, a combat vehicle and three units of engineering equipment, as Ukraine says sank Russian landing craft at Snake Island, as ICRC official sees hope for more evacuations from Mariupol, as fresh attacks on Russian-backed region of Transnistria reported, as conflict in Ukraine is taking a heavy toll on some of Russia’s most capable units and most advanced capabilities including Russia's most advanced T-90M tanks, the British ministry of defence tweeted, as president Zelenskyy says diplomatic efforts are underway in order to save the Ukrainian soldiers defending the vast Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, and as ISW talks of ‘widespread civilian resistance’ in Mariupol, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 73rd day of Putin's war crimes
7 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 May 2022: UK Ministry of Defence says Russia’s most advanced units have suffered heavy losses, as Pentagon defends intelligence sharing with Ukraine as ‘lawful’, as hospital wedding dance restored bomb victim’s will to live, as Ukrainians take DNA tests to identify Bucha’s dead, as superyacht allegedly linked to Putin blocked from leaving Italy, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 73rd day of Putin's war crimes
7 mai 2022 le débat européen sur la solidarité et la défense: 7 mai 2022: Le débat européen sur la solidarité et la défense pour stopper la guerre en Ukraine, les représentations de la Commission européenne et du Parlement européen ainsi que la Mairie de Paris dans un débat organisé en public, une émission de France24
8 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 May 2022: G7 committed to supporting Ukraine until its victory and recovery, as enemy attacking airfield infrastructure to hinder Ukrainian aviation, as Orikhiv, Huliaypole under missile, artillery fire for two days, as Zelensky and Bundestag President Bärbel Bas discuss security assistance to Ukraine, as Zelensky meets with president of Norway’s Parliament reporting sanctions against Russia, weapons for Ukraine, as more than 10,000 civilians could be buried in mass graves near Mariupol, as USA First Lady says together, we are united for Ukraine, as Ukraine appreciates visit by Bundestag president on Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 74th day of Putin's war crimes
8 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 May 2022: Two rockets hit a residential area in Odesa, while the third one was shot down by the Ukrainian air defense system, and as the fire caused by the strike has been extinguished, as 12-year-old boy picks up ammunition, dies from explosion in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 74th day of Putin's war crimes
8 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 8 May 2022: Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says 'evil has returned' to Ukraine after Russia’s invasion in an emotional address on World War II’s Victory Day, also saying 300 civilians have been evacuated from the besieged Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, but fighters in the mill have vowed to continue to battle until the end, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 74th day of Putin's war crimes
8 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 May 2022: Sixty people are feared to have been killed after a village school in eastern Ukraine took a direct hit in a Russian air raid, with rescue attempts said by the regional governor to be impossible due to constant shelling, with Russian attacks intensifying in the east and south at the weekend ahead of Monday’s symbolic 'Victory Day' celebrations, with the Black Sea city of Odesa coming under repeated missile strikes and with the remaining Ukrainian fighters in the Azovstal steelworks in the besieged port city of Mariupol saying they had been 'abandoned' by the government despite Russian attacks continued, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 74th day of Putin's war crimes
9 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 May 2022: Russian army files most of its KIAs as missing not to pay families compensation, as active hostilities underway in Ukraine’s east, high threat of missile attacks persists across country, as invaders continue to storm Azovstal, trying to blow up evacuation bridge, as Ukrainian Army holding ground in Rubizhne, Voievodivka, retain full control of Sievierodonetsk, as Russian diplomats' behavior at UN has 'absolutely' changed since war-start according to ambassador, as Russian missiles hit Odesa while EU’s Charles Michel was in town, as Ukraine Army keeps defense in Popasna, reinforcements arrive, as Odesa hotel on the coast ‘demilitarized’ in Russia’s missile strike, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 75th day of Putin's war crimes
9 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 May 2022: Russia’s economy deals with the worst recession in three decades with GDP expected to shrink by 12% as a result of the Western sanctions, as prosecutors identify another Russian officer suspected of atrocities in Kyiv Oblast, as Dutch volunteer soldier killed by Russian shelling near Kharkiv, as civilian killed in Russian shelling of Mykolaiv Oblast, as Russia increases number of missile carriers in Black Sea, as 3 more killed civilians found near Makariv in Kyiv Oblast, as 4 Russian missiles hit Odesa Oblast, as Russia bombs Jewish cemetery in Hlukhiv, Sumy Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 75th day of Putin's war crimes
9 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 9 May 2022: Putin regime's forces are attacking Mariupol's final holdout in besieged port city, backed by tanks and artillery, as Ukraine loses $170m every day it is cut off from access to the sea and the national export capacity had been more than halved, according to PM Denys Shmyhal saying 'ninety million tonnes of agricultural produce, which Ukraine planned to export to countries in Asia, Africa, and Europe, have been blocked', as EU commission to give ‘opinion’ on Ukraine EU membership bid in June, as anti-war messages appear on Russian TVs, as UK’s defence secretary has accused Putin and Russia’s military top brass of 'mirroring [the] fascism and tyranny of 77 years ago' and 'repeating the errors of the last century’s totalitarian regime' in NSDAP ruled German empire, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 75th day of Putin's war crimes
9 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 May 2022: Russia trying to storm Azovstal plant, as Ukraine defence ministry says Russian troops backed by tanks and artillery attacking steelworks, as European council president Charles Michel caught up in Odesa shelling, forced to take shelter during missile strike, as Russian regime's Putin marks Soviet Union's and western Allies' 'Victory Day' 8/9 May as Putin's brutal regime intensifies attacks on east Ukraine, as Russian journalists fill pro-Kremlin site with anti-war articles, and as last wave of Azovstal evacuees reach safety, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 75th day of Putin's war crimes
10 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 May 2022: Ukrainian military liberates four settlements in Kharkiv region, as all Russian assets in Ukraine’s territory become state property according to PM Shmyhal, as Germany insists on Ukraine's full-fledged membership in the European Union according to FM Baerbock, saying 'it is clear to me today that Ukraine is explicitly a part of Europe ... we want to carry out in-depth reform in the European Union, and it will also be a lesson from this war of aggression', as Russians launch fourth missile attack on bridge across Dniester estuary, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy another batch of enemy equipment and manpower, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba says we have not seen strong position from NATO since start of war, as Germany reopens embassy in Kyiv, as Sumy region comes under MLRS fire from Russian territory, as president Zelensky calls on Slovakia to abandon Russian energy resources, as Britain’s ex-foreign secretary calls for discussing Russian nuclear threat at UNGA, as in Kharkiv region, Territorial Defense forces have destroyed a Russian T-90M Proryv 'supertank', using a Swedish Carl Gustaf recoilless anti-tank rifle, as EU - according to French Sud Ouest journal - can reach agreement on Russian oil embargo within one week, currently being blocked by Hungary, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 76th day of Putin's war crimes
10 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 May 2022: Western officials accuse Russia of mass cyberattack on satellite internet in Ukraine shortly before invasion, as Sumy Oblast governor Zhyvytskyi said that loud explosions were heard on the evening of May 10 in several cities of Shostkynskyi District, asking residents to stay in bomb shelters during air raids, as significant part of the grain stolen from Ukraine is on dry cargo ships under the Russian flag in the Mediterranean with the most likely destination Syria, as 3 people killed in Tsyrkuny in Kharkiv Oblast including 2 women killed by Russian booby traps, as Russian shelling of Odesa kills 1, wounds 5, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 76th day of Putin's war crimes
10 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 May 2022: UN says Ukrainian civilian death toll ‘thousands higher’ than thought, as Ukraine issues global food supply warning, Ukkraine and its president Zelenskiy say Odesa blockade preventing food exports that could cause widespread food crisis, as China’s pro-Russia propaganda exposed by online activists, as GCHQ warns Russian hackers targeting opponents of invasion and Russian aggression, as USA accuses Putin of 'revisionist history' in Victory Day speech, as Ukrainian women face harsh reality of Poland’s abortion laws, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 76th day of Putin's war crimes
10 May 2022 France24 Luke Shrago reports from the front lines: 10 May 2022: France24 Luke Shrago reports from the front lines with volunteer Ukrainian soldiers near Izium on the 76th day of Putin's war crimes
10 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' Mansur Mirovalev reports: 10 May 2022: German FM Annalena Baerbock has vowed to ensure accountability for crimes committed by Russian troops in Ukraine during a visit to war-torn areas around Kyiv, saying 'we owe it to the victims to not only commemorate here, but to also hold the perpetrators accountable. This is what we are going to do as the international community, that’s the promise that we can and must give here in Bucha', as Czech Republic elected to replace Russia on UN rights council, as USA spy chief says Putin preparing for prolonged war in Ukraine, as Azovstal fighter calls for evacuation of wounded, as WHO’s Europe branch passes resolution against Russia, as president Zelensky calls for help to end blockade of ports, 'Al Jazeera' Mansur Mirovalev reports on the 76th day of Putin's war crimes
11 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 May 2022: President Zelensky, German chancellor Scholz discuss defensive aid, energy, sanctions against Russia, as Czech president Zeman allows nationals to fight for Ukraine. as ecology officials report 200 environmental crimes already committed by Russian invaders in Ukraine, as plume of black smoke rising over Mariupol steelworks 19:50 UN Secretary General doesn’t understand Putin but promotes dialogue, as Czech Senate recognizes Russian crimes in Ukraine as genocide, as Russia blocking 300 cargo ships in Black Sea, as Ukraine’s war losses amount to at least $90B according to Forbes, as Russia fired over 70 cruise and ballistic missiles at Ukraine since early May, as Ukrainian paratroopers down one more Russian Ka-52 helicopter, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 77th day of Putin's war crimes
11 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 May 2022: Russian forces shell Dnipropetrovsk Oblast three times, damage infrastructure, as Ukrainian forces liberated another settlement in Kharkiv Oblast, as Ukrainian general staff says Russia still plans to capture Kyiv, as investigators find documents implying Russia planned to occupy whole of Ukraine, as Russian missiles hit Sloviansk, Donetsk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 77th day of Putin's war crimes
11 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 May 2022: Ukraine president says discovery of atrocities makes peace negotiations harder, as European country ready to launch first war crimes trials of conflict, as Ukraine refugees who enter UK via Ireland may be sent to Rwanda, as Russian invasion in east reaching stalemate, says USA, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 77th day of Putin's war crimes
11 mai 2022 des soignants ukrainiens formés à la médecine de guerre en France: 11 mai 2022 des soignants ukrainiens formés à la médecine de guerre en France
11 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports with live updates 11 May 2022: UK agrees to support Sweden and Finland if attacked, and asked - if there will be British boots on the ground if Finland asks for help during a possible conflict with Russia - Johnson says it depends, as Finnish president Niinisto began his statement by saying the UK and Finland are 'great friends' and 'strong security partners', as Ukrainian president Zelensky says in Kyiv Nato membership would have meant no war, as a Russian soldier will stand trial for committing an alleged war crime in Ukraine, for the first time since the war began on 24 February, as Separatist leader says 'hands no longer tied' over Azovstal plant with now no civilians left there, as naval analyst says full Putin regime's control of Snake Island would be game changer, the 'BBC' reports on the 77th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
11 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports: 10 May 2022: German FM Annalena Baerbock has vowed to ensure accountability for crimes committed by Russian troops in Ukraine during a visit to war-torn areas around Kyiv, saying 'we owe it to the victims to not only commemorate here, but to also hold the perpetrators accountable. This is what we are going to do as the international community, that’s the promise that we can and must give here in Bucha', as Czech Republic elected to replace Russia on UN rights council, as USA spy chief says Putin preparing for prolonged war in Ukraine, as Azovstal fighter calls for evacuation of wounded, as WHO’s Europe branch passes resolution against Russia, as president Zelensky calls for help to end blockade of ports, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 77th day of Putin's war crimes
12 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 May 2022: Ukraine reminds EU of European indecisiveness before WW2, calls for immediate embargo on Russian oil, as vice PM says we must do everything to not let Azovstal become military tragedy of 21st century, as France's Le Drian calls for support to Ukraine’s agricultural sector and nations most affected by war and following crisis, as Russia is failing to restore combat capability of units on the ground withdrawn from Ukraine, but launches deadly missile attack on Kharkiv region 12:38 Japan, EU confirm sanctions policy toward Russia, as SBU prevents terrorist attack in Zaporizhia, as CNN shows video of heartless shooting at two civilians by Russian soldiers near Kyiv, as Ukraine Army destroys about 26,650 enemy troops and 1,195 tanks, as USA cinema producer visits children affected by Russian armed aggression at Lviv hospital, as Russians block exits from underground passages at Azovstal, Mariupol defenders counterattack, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 78th day of Putin's war crimes
12 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 May 2022: UN Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet said civilian casualties in Mariupol in thousands, as Russia's ex-president Medvedev threatens NATO with nuclear war over helping Ukraine, as Russians shell Sumy Oblast 20 times killing one person, as new footage shows Russian troops shooting civilians, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 78th day of Putin's war crimes
12 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 May 2022: Russia's Putin regime warns of ‘retaliatory steps’ over Finnish Nato bid, as UN says scale of unlawful killings in Russia's war against Ukraine ‘shocking’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 78th day of Putin's war crimes
12 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 12 May 2022: UN Human Rights Council has passed a resolution by a strong majority, setting up an investigation into allegations of rights abuses by Russian troops in Ukraine its as council chief's office has found Russian forces and affiliated armed groups are responsible for most civilian deaths during the war in Ukraine saying many abuses committed by Russian forces in Ukraine may amount to war crimes, as G7 ministers to discuss how to end Ukrainian grain blockade, as France ‘fully supports’ Finland’s choice to join NATO, as Pentagon says integrating Finland into NATO will not be hard, as European Commission has proposed helping Ukraine export its wheat and other grains by rail, road and river to get around a Russian blockade of Black Sea ports, which is preventing those critical supplies from reaching parts of the world at risk of food insecurity, as Russian forces have killed some 300 civilians and 37 militias in the Kyiv suburb of Irpin according to its mayor Markushkin, as clothing giant Nike now in May 2022 has terminated its sponsorship deal with Spartak Moscow as the team will not be competing in European competitions next season, as European football’s governing body UEFA had also announced that Russia would have no affiliated teams participating in its club competitions in the 2022-23 season due to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 78th day of Putin's war crimes
13 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 May 2022: Ukraine, Moldova foreign ministers discuss security issues, as Russian invaders destroy bridges to complicate Ukraine’s counter-offensive, as invaders have abducted 2,389 Ukrainian children, as 218 children heavily wounded by Russian military currently in hospitals, as Russia has earned over $ 65B selling energy during war according to Ukraine's Andriy Yermak, as thousands of Mariupol's residents line up for food as Ukrainian, Canadian foreign ministers discuss ways to unblock Ukrainian exports, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 79th day of Putin's war crimes
13 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 May 2022: USA Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin spoke for the first time since 18 February with Russian counterpart Sergei Shoigu to urge an immediate ceasefire in Ukraine, as public transport to resume work in Kharkiv on May 16 according to mayor, as FM Kuleba said that negotiations on providing multiple rocket launchers are underway with the G7 countries but the issue of filling Ukraine’s aviation demands remains unsolved, as Russia launches 10-14 cruise missiles every day on Ukraine, as France's pesident Macron offered concessions on Ukraine's sovereignty to help Putin save face, as president Zelensky said that French counterpart’s negotiations were 'in vain', 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 79th day of Putin's war crimes
13 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 May 2022: First Russian soldier goes on trial in Ukraine for war crimes, as Russia to cut electricity supply to Finland after Nato decision, as Russian soldiers - reportedly 'furious’ - refusing to fight, as Ukraine has repelled Russia attempt to cross Donbas, confimed by the UK, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 79th day of Putin's war crimes
13 May 2022 Ukraine river ambush shows again Russian military is ‘not up to scratch’: 13 May 2022: The Ukrainian military demonstrated its prowess once again, when satellite images showed dozens of Russian tanks and armoured vehicles destroyed after failing to cross the Donets River. The episode cost the Russian military an entire battalion – the latest sign that Russia’s pivot to eastern Ukraine is not working as planned, France24 reports
13 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 13 May 2022: Kyiv says Ukrainian forces have thwarted Moscow’s plans to destroy Ukrainian statehood, but warns a 'long-term' phase of the war lies ahead, as Ukrainian president says is prepared to hold discussions with his Russian counterpart over ending war, but 'only him’, as USA defence chief urges immediate ceasefire in call with Russian counterpart, as Ukraine accuses Russia of deporting more than 210,000 children, as USA says it is working to clarify Turkey’s stance on NATO expansion, as Russian forces attacking Azovstal to trap Ukrainian fighters, as shelling of residential areas across Luhansk has killed two people and destroyed nearly 60 homes, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 79th day of Putin's war crimes
14 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 May 2022: Russian regime's assaults contact line in Donetsk region backed by aircraft, artillery, Hungary's new president condemns Russia's aggression, backs Ukraine's accession to EU, Zelensky signs law banning pro-Russian parties, Ukrainian, Albanian foreign ministers convinced of importance of common path to EU, huge convoy of vehicles with Mariupol's residents heading to Zaporizhzhia, Ukrainian Foreign Ministry advises Russia not to poke its nose into Ukraine's European integration, Russia fires missiles at four regions according to Ukraine's General Staff, Ukrainian defenders quickly learning how to use foreign weapons, Russian army led by criminals drops bombs, deploys heavy artillery, tanks, infantry, in Melitopol, Ukrainian guerillas eliminating enemies, aiding intelligence, G7 calls on China not to help Russia in war against Ukraine, Zelensky meets with USA Senate delegation, abducted journalist Iryna Danilovych tortured at FSB HQ in Crimea according to rights watchdog, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 80th day of Putin's war crimes
14 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 May 2022: Russian regime's military continues offensive in eastern Ukraine with troops preparing to attack several cities in Donetsk Oblast, such as Sievierodonetsk, Soledar, and Bakhmut, Zelensky urges USA to officially recognize Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism, Russia's war destroyed 23% of Ukraine's railway network, G7 foreign ministers vow to reinforce Russia's isolation, Ukraine's intelligence says Russia exhausted its combat-ready battalions, Russian occupiers set up anti-aircraft systems on Snake Island in Black Sea, Ukrainian military liberates 1,015 settlements from Russian forces, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 80th day of Putin's war crimes
14 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 May 2022: Head of military intelligence for Ukraine says August will be turning point in conflict, Republican senators travel to Kyiv to show support for Ukraine, Russian forces are withdrawing from Kharkiv, Russia suffers ‘worst aviation losses in decades’, Putin warns Finland that joining Nato would harm Russia relations, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 80th day of Putin's war crimes
14 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 80th day of Putin's war crimes: 14 May 2022: Russian regime's Putin has warned Finnish president that joining Nato and abandoning Finland's neutral status would be a 'mistake', during a phone call made by the Finnish president ahead of a formal request which Finland is expected to announce very soon, as Sweden has also indicated its intention to join the Western alliance, the 'BBC' reports on the 80th day of Putin's war crimes
15 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 May 2022: Ukrainian forces destroy firing position of Russian MLR systems, as in Russia, army enlistment offices targeted in arson attacks, as even women could be drafted into Russian army in occupied areas, Ombudsperson warns, as Sievierodonetsk hospital damaged in Russia’s shelling, as residential houses damaged and destroyed in Russia’s shelling of Huliaipole, as Russian troops loot Melitopol-based enterprises, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 81st day of Putin's war crimes
15 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 May 2022: Russia plans to send up to 2,500 reservists to Ukraine, as the new recruits are being trained at training grounds in Russia’s Voronezh, Belgorod, and Rostov oblasts, according to Ukraine’s General Staff, as Russian shelling kills 2 in Sievierodonetsk after Russian troops targeted a residential building, as wives of besieged Azovstal garrison say ‘We need to save heroes’ lives, not give posthumous awards’, as in intercepted phone call, Russian soldier says Russians use forbidden weapons, 'Phosphorous bombs, cluster munitions – they have allowed us to use everything that is banned by international conventions', as Russian missile targeting Kropyvnytsky shot down by air defense, as Ukrainian military publishes audio from sinking of Moskva cruiser, as Russian missile completely destroyed military infrastructure facility in Lviv Oblast, as oblast governor Kozytsky said that the Russians launched four missiles early in the morning on May 15 at the facility in the region’s Yavoriv District near the Polish border, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 81st day of Putin's war crimes
15 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 15 May 2022: Russian regime's missile strike destroys Lviv military facility , as Finland and Sweden expected to announce decision to join Nato on Sunday, as Kalush Orchestra rides wave of support from European public, as Black Sea blockade is causing famine in some countries according to G7, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 81st day of Putin's war crimes
15 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 81st day of Putin's war crimes: 15 May 2022: Sweden's governing party drops its long opposition to the country joining the Nato alliance in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, coming hours after Finland formally announced it was seeking to be part of the alliance, despite Russian regime - whose war in Ukraine has sparked the moves - has warned the expansion of Nato would be a mistake, as Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg says the doors are open for both countries to join, describing the potential change as 'historic', also saying at a meeting of Nato foreign ministers Russia's invasion not going to plan, as on the ground of the attacked European country Russia's offensive in the eastern Donbas region has lost momentum, according to UK military assessment, estimating Russia has lost about a third of its ground combat force since it started the aggression in February, the 'BBC' reports on the 81st day of Putin's war crimes
16 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 May 2022: Ukraine’s court freezes Russian oligarch Fridman’s assets in Alfa-Bank worth UAH 12.4 billion, as USA Charge d'Affaires in Ukraine Kristina Kvien says Ukraine might join NATO without MAP if it meets requirements, as FM Kuleba invites EU to take a lead in rebuilding one of Ukraine’s regions, as Russian troops strike Sievierodonetsk and Lysychansk with residential neighborhoods on fire, as Zelensky thanks soldiers who reached state border with Russia in Kharkiv region, as Ukrainian gunners smash convoy of enemy vehicles, as Germany to deliver Panzerhaubitze 2000 howitzers, Gepard anti-aircraft tanks, bazookas to Ukraine, as Russians shell border settlements in Chernihiv region for second time on Monday, as relatives of Mariupol defenders ask Erdogan to involve China to save fighters, as near Bilohorivka enemy lost almost 1,000 soldiers and 100 vehicles, as Ukrainian air defense forces destroy Russian cruise missile near Odesa, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 82nd day of Putin's war crimes
16 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 May 2022: Russian shelling kills 10 people in Sievierodonetsk city on May 16, as due to the constant shelling, it is difficult to report on the exact number of victims, as 45 Russian soldiers involved in war crimes identified, as Russia seeks to extract false testimony from Mariupol residents, as Russian troops shell border villages in Chernihiv Oblast, as Norway, Denmark, Iceland give security guarantees to Sweden and Finland, as Russian troops blew up ammonium nitrate warehouse in Kharkiv Oblast, as prolonged conflict would push 9 out of 10 Ukrainians into poverty or near poverty, and as buildings, roads, bridges, hospitals, and schools with an estimated value of $100 billion have been already destroyed, as Russian troops attempt to break through Ukrainian border into Sumy Oblast using mortars, grenade launchers, machine guns, and assault rifles while sending a group of saboteurs into the region, as Russian forces not advancing in Kherson, Mykolaiv oblasts, as Russian missile was launched from a Russian military aircraft on May 16, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 82nd day of Putin's war crimes
16 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 16 May 2022: Russia shells frontline positions as fighting focuses on Donbas city, as Luhansk governor Haidai says hospital hit in Severodonetsk and that Ukrainian forces repelled 17 attacks on Sunday, British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 82nd day of Putin's war crimes
16 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 81st day of Putin's war crimes: 16 May 2022: Ukrainian forces reportedly managed to push Russian troops back in the area around the city of Kharkiv, as Sweden's government decides the country will seek Nato membership after decades of non-alignment, a day after Finland formally announced it would apply to join the alliance. as some of the biggest ever Nato military exercises in the Baltics are taking place in Estonia and Latvia, as the Baltic Sea is about to become a Nato lake facing Russia with Putin realising that there’s nothing he can do to stop the two Scandinavian countries from joining Nato, as Ukrainian troops ounter-attacking near the north-eastern city of Kharkiv have reached the Russian border according to regional governor, as McDonald's and Renault become the latest international brands to say they'll stop doing business in Russia because of the war, the 'BBC' reports on the 82nd day day of Putin's war crimes
17 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 May 2022: Over 1.3M Ukrainians already deported to Russia according to Ombudsperson, as Ukraine obtains new evidence of Russia’s atrocities in Kharkiv region, as in Chernihiv region, Russian forces fire mortars at border area, as on 18 May there will be a presentation of the Ukrainian film 'Mariupol. Chronicles of Hell' with a broadcast on TV channel, as in occupied Luhansk region, 'conscripts' threatened with execution for dodging draft, as enemy UAV shot down over Dnipropetrovsk Region, as one person killed in Russia’s missile strike on five-storey house in Bakhmut, as Russian military again fire missiles at bridge over Dniester Estuary, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 83rd day of Putin's war crimes
17 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 May 2022: Israeli embassy returns to Kyiv, as Israeli ambassador raised the Israeli flag near the embassy building in Kyiv on May 17, as Finnish FM Haavisto signed the application for NATO membership on 17 May following its approval by the country’s parliament, as G7 finance ministers planning 15 billion euros in aid for Ukraine, as Russian airstrike on Chernihiv Oblast kills at least 8 people, injures 12 others, as Ukraine, Russia stall on peace negotiations, as Ukrainian General Staff reports Russians suffer losses in heavy fighting near Sievierodonetsk, retreat on several more fronts, as UNICEF says Russia’s war may lead to ‘catastrophic levels’ of malnutrition among children globally, as Russia agaim targets military facility in Lviv Oblast near Polish border according to oblast's governor, as Russian military kills 9 civilians, 6 wounded in Donetsk Oblast on 16 May 16 according to governor Pavlo Kyrylenko, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 83rd day of Putin's war crimes
17 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 17 May 2022: Satellite and drone imagery from above Bilohorivka tells a tale of folly and destruction, with dozens of Russian tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and trucks laying destroyed, some sinking into the waters of the Donets River by a broken pontoon bridge, pointing to the latest disaster in Russia’s three-month war in Ukraine, as Russia continues to hide the scale of its losses in Ukraine, more and more information has leaked out, angering the families of Russian soldiers and discouraging even previous supporters of the invasion, as Finnish parliament approves plan to join Nato, as Putin is now involved in his own war ‘at level of colonel’, say sources, and as ICC has sent a team of investigators and forensic experts to Ukraine to probe alleged war crimes in what it has called the 'largest-ever' deployment in its history, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 83rd day of Putin's war crimes
17 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 81st day of Putin's war crimes: 17 May 2022: on Russian state TV’s top talk show about Ukraine, military analyst and retired colonel Mikhail Khodarenok tells Russian 'the situation for us will clearly get worse ... we’re in total geopolitical isolation…the situation is not normal', the 'BBC' reports on the 83rd day of Putin's war crimes
18 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 May 2022: Zelensky discusses possible fuel supplies to Ukraine with UAE’s new president, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces liberate one more locality in Kharkiv direction, as Ukrainian adviser Mykhailo Podolyak says that the process of evacuation of the Ukrainian defenders from Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol is ongoing and difficult, as enemy ready to launch 24 cruise missiles from Black Sea, as PM Shmyhal calls on G7 ministers to take lead in rebuilding Ukraine, as Sea of Azov - part of the Black Sea - under threat of complete extinction due to Russian bombardment, as first Russian soldier admits guilt in murder of civilian in Sumy region, as Ukrainian paratroopers down Russia's ZALA drone, as Defense Ministry says enemy's main goal is to encircle Ukrainian forces, create land corridor to Crimea, as Ukrainian guerrilla fighters blow up Russian armored train in Melitopol, as Human Rights Watch collects evidence of Russian atrocities in Kyiv and Chernihiv regions, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 84th day of Putin's war crimes
18 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 May 2022: Russia expels diplomats of France, Spain and Italy, as Erdogan blocks accession of Sweden, Finland to NATO, won’t allow either of the countries to join NATO because they support 'terrorist groups', as Antonov Airlines temporarily move base from Kyiv Oblast's Hostomel to Germany's Leipzig Airport and will continue transporting cargo for commercial and government purposes, after Hostomel Airport was destroyed during Russian advances in late February, as European Parliament is calling on the 27 EU states to include Germany’s Gerhard Schröder and Austria’s Karin Kneissl on the sanctions list, as Ukraine intelligence reports some Russian units refuse to fight, as Russians hit school in Avdiivka with banned phosphorus bombs, as Russians hit school in Avdiivka with banned phosphorus bombs, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 84th day of Putin's war crimes
18 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 18 May 2022: USA president says country will work with Finland and Sweden in event of ‘aggression’ by Russia while Nato applications are considered, as Russian soldier in first war crimes trial pleads guilty, as Turkey blocks early vote on Finland and Sweden joining Nato, as 900 Ukrainian troops sent to prison colony from Mariupol according to Russia, as prosecutions of Azov fighters could breach Geneva conventions, as European Commission also unveiled a €210bn plan for Europe to end its reliance on Russian fossil fuels by 2027, today proposing an extra €9bn in EU loans to Ukraine to keep the country running and to set up a ‘RebuildUkraine’ Facility of grants and loans, which will be modelled on the EU’s own recovery fund, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 84th day of Putin's war crimes
19 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 May 2022: Without electricity, water, mobile communication, almost 50,000 people stay in Luhansk region, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba says country does not need surrogates for EU candidate status, as Russian invaders launch airstrike on Bakhmut, as Australia to provide over 30 armored vehicles to Ukraine, as USA's Pentagon is claiming Russia's ambitions in Ukraine now modest due to Ukrainian resistance, as weapons, sanctions, money are Ukraine's negotiating platform until Russia liberates Ukrainian territories according to adviser Podoliak, as UK Ministry of Defense is claiming that Russia has lost initiative on 'battlefield', 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 85th day of Putin's war crimes
19 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 May 2022: Ukraine seeks long-range rocket launchers, but USA's president Biden resists, as USA Senate to vote on $40 billion Ukraine aid package on 19 May, including military, economic, and humanitarian aid, as 4 civilians killed, 3 injured by Russia’s shelling of Sievierodonetsk, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 85th day of Putin's war crimes
19 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 19 May 2022: UK’s ministry of defence claims Putin's general Serhiy Kisel has been suspended for failing to capture Kharkiv and Vice Admiral Igor Osipov suspended from commanding the Black Sea Fleet, as UN say shortages of grain and fertiliser could cause ‘mass hunger and famine, and World Bank pledges another $12bn to ease shortfall, but the supply is endangered, as financial markets have endured another torrid day amid concerns that Russia's war in Ukraine, along with inflation and supply problems, was pushing the world towards recession, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 85th day of Putin's war crimes
19 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 19 May 2022: Russia regime’s progress in Mariupol has sparked concerns it could widen its offensive to target more of southern Ukraine as Ukrainian army says it is fighting back against Russian troops suffering low moral, but inside Mykolaiv, residents live in fear of renewed Russian assault, as Russia expels five Portuguese diplomats after European countries have expelled more than 300 Russian embassy staff since the start of the war, as UK said it was introducing new sanctions against the Russian airline sector, as Germany’s chancellor Scholz proposes EU solidarity fund to rebuild Ukraine 'after the war', but the war today and tomorrow is the problem, as Al Jazeera's Assed Baig says 'the situation has deteriorated considerably here in the east over the last week or so', reporting from the town of Bakhmut in the Donetsk region after also visiting a building hit by a Russian strike where a two-year old was killed, adding 'the major of the town has told residents to leave, the situation is very tense', as Ukraine’s city of Mykolaiv on edge amid fears of a new Russian assault, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 85th day of Putin's war crimes
20 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 May 2022: Ukraine's president Zelensky says all defenders will be evacuated from Azovstal plant in Mariupol in the near future. 21:00 NBU lifting cap off cash forex rate for banks, as Russia spreading fake bomb reports across Transnistria to destabilize region, as Russian missile hits infrastructure facility in Odesa region, as Russia mulls total mobilization in Mariupol this summer according to city mayor’s advisor, as war to shrink Ukraine’s economy at least by a third according to National Bank, as seven citizens wounded, including child, in Putin's missile strike on Lozova in Kharkiv region, as journalists, media among Russian dictator’s main targets, Ukrainian minister says, as Putin in 'absolute dead end, he can’t stop war, can’t win it', Ukraine's intel chief says, as president Zelensky meets with Chairpersons of both Houses of the Irish Parliament, as Russian troops attempt to encircle Ukrainian forces near Lysychansk and Sievierodonetsk, as Russians launch missile strike on Odesa Region’s coast, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 86th day of Putin's war crimes
20 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 May 2022: Kramatorsk surgery center saves region’s lives, as Russian troops complete clearing rubble of ruined Mariupol Drama Theater, conceal real death toll, as 'now we will never find out how many civilians were actually killed there' according to Ukrainian officials, as Russia blocking evacuation from occupied Kherson Oblast, as German FDP finance minister Lindner rejected any joint EU borrowing to help cover the cost of rebuilding Ukraine after the European Commission proposed this idea on 19 May, as Ukrainian ambassador says he has impression that German chancellor Scholz doesn’t want to supply heavy weapons to Ukraine, as Russia ready to launch 16 cruise missiles from Black Sea, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 86th day of Putin's war crimes
20 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 20 May 2022: Russia and Gazprom to cut gas supply to Finland on Saturday after country's decision to join Nato, as Russia warned that it is forming 12 new units in its western military district in response to Finland and Sweden’s Nato bid, as Turkey’s Erdogan said he will maintain his opposition to Finland and Sweden’s Nato membership bids, as G7 pledges £15.9bn in aid to Ukraine vowing to keep Ukraine’s devastated economy afloat, as intense fighting around Severodonetsk as Donbas labelled ‘hell’, as at least 7 people, including a child, have been injured in a Russian missile attack on the town of Lozova in the Kharkiv region in eastern Ukraine, as Russian 21 years old soldier says he will accept punishment for war crime, telling the Kyiv tribunal that he 'was nervous about what was going on' on the day 62-year-old Oleksandr Shelipov died and that he 'didn’t want to kill', as Putin's Russia may scrap age limits for soldiers to bolster forces, as USA intelligence officials are reportedly sceptical that Putin would be persuaded to end the war in Ukraine even if there was a dramatic change in Russian public opinion, as France’s foreign ministry said it launched its first medical evacuation flight from Poland for wounded Ukrainians and child cancer patients, as Putin’s daughter flew to Munich 50 times in two years, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 86th day of Putin's war crimes
20 May 2022 Israel's 'Haaretz' news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 May 2022: Finland says gas flows from Russia to halt on Saturday, coming two days after Finland and Sweden formally applied to join the NATO alliance, a decision spurred by Russian regime's invasion of Ukraine, 'Haaretz' reports on the 86th day of Putin's war crimes
21 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 May 2022: 82-year-old retiree seriously injured in cluster munitions blast in Dnipropetrovsk Region, as Russians destroy nearly 90% of houses in occupied settlement in Kharkiv Region, as almost 4,000 men from Mariupol held in ‘filtration camps’ in occupied Donetsk region, as PM of Portugal visits Irpin, as Portugal will provide financial assistance to Ukraine, as six people injured in missile attack on Rivne region, as president Zelensky expects decision on MLRS for Ukraine to be taken at Ramstein-2 meeting, as USA's $40B aid for Ukraine will be spent for different purposes, as Russians fire mortars on border areas of Chernihiv region, as Ukraine looking forward to new powerful defense assistance from US 15:14 Biden signs law on $40B assistance for Ukraine, as Russians deport over 17,000 Ukrainians in one day, as Putin regime spreading fake news of Poland's 'insidious plans' for Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 87th day of Putin's war crimes
21 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 May 2022: Ukrainian president Zelensky says Ukraine should receive EU candidate status, hinting that Russia could be behind the pressure to block Ukraine’s membership, as president Zelensky says Russia blocks 22 million tons of crops in Ukrainian ports, adding that Russia steals Ukrainian crops, as Russian forces block medicine supply to hospitals in occupied territories according to health minister Viktor Lyashko, as Ukraine launches hotline for Russian army's soldiers to surrender after intercepting phone calls from soldiers conscripted by Russia in the Russian-occupied parts of Ukraine who compare their service to 'slavery' and ask for help, as Russian shelling destroys music school in Donetsk Oblast's town of Sviatohirsk, as Ukraine’s air defense shoots down Russian missile in Vinnytsia Oblast, as president Zelensky says 700,000 soldiers defending Ukraine now, as over 40 countries of Ukraine Contact Group to meet again on 23 May 23 led by USA Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin to discuss further defense support for Ukraine, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 87th day of Putin's war crimes
21 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 21 May 2022: Finland holds talks with Turkey over Nato bid, as president Joe Biden among 963 USA citizens banned after signing $40bn aid package for Ukraine, as Finnish president says he held ‘open and direct’ talks with his Turkish counterpart Erdogan, as Canada sanctions billionaire and media tycoon Alexander Lebedev, as Russia halts gas exports to Finland, as Russian army takes control of Mariupol’s Azovstal steel plant, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 87th day of Putin's war crimes
21 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 21 May 2022: British FM Liz Truss says in an interview with 'The Telegraph' she wants to see Ukraine’s neighbour Moldova 'equipped to NATO standard', to guard it against any threats from Russia, as Erdogan says Turkey expects concrete Swedish steps on ‘terrorism’, as Finland’s president holds talks with Turkey’s Erdogan, as AJ correspondent, reporting from near the eastern city of Bakhmut, says Russia gaining full control of port city Mariupol was a 'significant' blow for Ukraine, and allows Moscow to have a 'landbridge' to the annexed Crimea, as Ukraine’s eastern Donbas province is experiencing heavy fighting, as representatives from Canada, New Zealand, Japan and Australia joined the USA in walking out of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation APEC meeting, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 87th day of Putin's war crimes
21 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 87th day of Putin's war crimes: 21 May 2022: Fierce fighting has been reported around the Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk as Russia steps up its attempt to capture the whole eastern region of Luhansk, as talks between Turkey, Finland and Sweden need to continue according to Nato's secretary general Stoltenberg, as Ukraine's president Zelensky said his country can be victorious on the battlefield, but that the war could only come to a conclusive halt 'at the negotiating table', the 'BBC' reports on the 87th day of Putin's war crimes
21 mai 2022 avec la guerre en Ukraine, les pays d'Asie centrale s'éloignent de Moscou: 21 mai 2022 depuis le déclenchement de l'invasion russe de l'Ukraine, plusieurs pays d'Asie centrale prennent leurs distances avec le régime Poutine, un refus de s'aligner qui révèle les relations complexes et ambivalentes que ces anciennes Républiques soviétiques entretiennent avec leur allié historique jusqu'à 1991
22 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 May 2022: Russia strikes infrastructure of Zhytomyr region, as air defense units down four missiles, as invaders trying to transform Sievierodonetsk into a new Mariupol, as Poland’s president in Kyiv says it’s impossible to return to business as usual with Russia after Borodianka and Mariupol, also saying unblocking Odesa port very important for global food security, as Russians fire Uragan MLRS on Dnipropetrovsk region, as Ukraine has long been part of Europe, now waiting for completion of technical procedures for EU membership according to president Zelensky. as Russian troops shell border areas in Chernihiv region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 88th day of Putin's war crimes
22 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 May 2022: At least one person killed in Russian attack on Malyn in Zhytomyr Oblast, as president Zelensky says Ukraine may be losing up to 100 soldiers fighting in the east every day, as Russian occupiers abduct mayor of Dvorichne village in Kharkiv Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 88th day of Putin's war crimes
22 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 May 2022: Russian airstrikes target Mykolaiv and Donbas regions, as Syria barrel bomb experts - since many years experienced in indiscriminate killings of civilians - in 2022 in Russia to help with potential Ukraine campaign, as Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy accuses Russia of blocking export of 22m tonnes of food, as YouTube removes more than 9,000 channels relating to Ukraine war, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 88th day of Putin's war crimes - 22 May 2022: Technicians linked to the Syrian military’s infamous barrel bombs that have wreaked devastation across much of the country have been deployed to Russia to help potentially prepare for a similar campaign in the Ukraine war, European officials believe, as intelligence officers say more than 50 specialists, all with vast experience in making and delivering the crude explosive, have been in Russia for several weeks working alongside officials from Putin’s military
22 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 22 May 2022: Russia strikes Ukraine’s east and south, pounding the Donbas and Mykolaiv regions with air attacks and artillery fire, as Ukrainian parliament passes a bill extending martial law across the country for another three months, as USA and France discuss how to support Finland, Sweden’s bids to join NATO, as Poland shows full support to Ukrainians, as USA's Biden to meet India's Modi in bid to isolate Russia, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 88th day of Putin's war crimes
22 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 87th day of Putin's war crimes: 22 May 2022: Mariupol deportations gaining pace according to city official, as Poland's Andrzej Duda received a standing ovation by the Ukrainian parliament after he declared that only Ukrainians themselves could decide their future, as Ukrainian government said Kyiv would not agree a ceasefire deal with Moscow that involved giving away any territory, the 'BBC' reports on the 88th day of Putin's war crimes
22 May 2022 Russian regime tries to close missing links from Donbas to the west: 22 May 2022: As Russian regime tries to close missing links from Donbas to the west, a Ukrainian walks at one of Europe's largest clothing market 'Barabashovo', destroyed yesterday by Russian shelling in Kharkiv
23 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 May 2022: Village in Sumy region comes under mortar and artillery fire from Russian territory, as ombudsperson reports terrifying incidents of child rape by Russian soldiers, as Russian soldiers shoot Zaporizhia NPP staffer after raiding his home, as Israel to issue employment permits to Ukrainian refugees, as more than 6.5M refugees have already fled Ukraine according to UN, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 89th day of Putin's war crimes
23 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 May 2022: Russia deported 232,000 children from Ukraine since February 24 according to Ukraine's Andriy Yermak, as Lithuania aims naval coalition to lift Russian blockade of Ukrainian ports, and UK supports, as Ukraine criticizes France's assertion about potential EU membership in 15-20 years, as Russian forces fire missiles on Zhytomyr Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 89th day of Putin's war crimes
23 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 May 2022: Nearly 90 people were killed in a Russian airstrike on the village of Desna in the northern Ukrainian region of Chernihiv last Tuesday according to president Zelenskiy, as 48 more Russian soldiers to face war crimes trial with 13,000 alleged offences to be investigated, as president Zelenskiy says 100 Ukraine troops could be dying each day in Donbas, urging at WEF in Davos ‘maximum sanctions’ against Russia, as twenty countries announced new security assistance packages for Ukraine during a meeting with allies aimed at coordinating arms for Kyiv according to USA's secretary of defence Lloyd Austin, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 88th day of Putin's war crimes
23 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 89th day of Putin's war crimes: 23 May 2022: After the conviction of Russian tank commander Shishimarin, who admitted to killing a 62-year-old civilian in the war's early stages, Ukraine's prosecutor-general says thousands of additional crimes are being looked at, Russian diplomat to the UN Boris Bondarev quits over the war in Ukraine, calling it 'bloody, witless and absolutely needless', saying he has never 'been so ashamed of my country' following the invasion, as Ukrainian president Zelenksy told global business and political leaders at WEF summit in Davos that 'maximum' sanctions must be used against Russia', including 'a full embargo on Russian oil, all Russian banks barred from global systems, and all trade with with Russia abandoned', adding that tens of thousands of lives would have been saved if Kyiv had received '100% of our needs at once back in February' when the war began, and - pointing to the WEF's theme for this year 'history at a turning point' - saying this was a vital moment for attendees to decide whether 'brute force will rule the world', the 'BBC' reports on the 89th day of Putin's war crimes
24 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 May 2022: Ukraine's Zelensky, EU's Michel discuss steps on Ukraine's movement towards EU membership. as Canada to give Ukraine over 20,000 155 mm shells, as Ukraine Army retakes control of 1,016 settlements after three months of war with Russia, as enemy continues assault on Lyman and Sievierodonetsk, as after three months of Russia's war 11 EU countries issue joint statement, as Ukraine's Armed Forces destroy 17 out of 90 BTGs deployed by Russia in Ukraine war, as Ukraine planning to join EU's roaming space, single euro payments area, as French experts recording war crimes in Chernihiv region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 90th day of Putin's war crimes
24 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 May 2022: Ukrainian prosecutors identify 8 Russians involved in war crimes in Ukraine, as Russian occupiers shell Sloviansk with cluster bombs, as Russian major general Kanamat Botashev, an ex-air force regiment commander, has been shot down while flying over Luhansk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 90th day of Putin's war crimes
24 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 May 2022: More than 200 bodies found in Mariupol basement, as Russian forces trying to encircle troops in two cities in east, as Russian diplomat in Geneva resigns over Ukraine invasion, as Ukraine destruction is also caused by Russia’s use of illegal weapons, as Luhansk official says too late to evacuate civilians, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 90th day of Putin's war crimes
24 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 89th day of Putin's war crimes: 24 May 2022: Russia is trying to encircle the twin cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk in the Donbas region that have been attacked for weeks, as the Russian invasion is in the 'most active' phase, Ukraine's defence ministry says, the 'BBC' reports on the 90th day of Putin's war crimes
24 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 24 May 2022: USA ‘confident’ Finland, Sweden will resolve Turkey’s NATO concerns, as Quad countries, including India, shared Ukraine concerns according to Japan’s PM, as cargoes of Russia’s flagship crude oil at sea climb to record high, as Ukraine says it has ‘liberated’ 24 settlements in Kharkiv region, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 90th day of Putin's war crimes
24 May 2022 war in Ukraine enters fourth month France24 reports with live updates: 24 May 2022: War in Ukraine enters fourth month, as people in Chernobyl are recounting 'terrible stories of abuses, of rape, of disappearances' that occurred during the Russian advance according to Cyril Payen, as Australia's new PM Albanese said 'strong views' were expressed on Russia at the Quad leaders meeting in Tokyo, as Quad countries, including India, Japan, shared Ukraine concerns according to Japan’s PM and 'Al Jazeera', France24 reports with live updates from Ukraine
25 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 May 2022: President Zelensky orders Shmyhal to consider introducing visas for Russians, as Austrian FM stands for Ukraine's 'gradual integration' into EU, as Ukraine, North Macedonia 'companions, not competitors' on path to EU according to FM Kuleba, as Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry calls on world to stop Russia from issuing more passports to Ukrainians, as Ukraine official rules out conflict freeze, as Russia lifts age cap for contracted soldiers, as Britain says idea of easing Russia sanctions to unblock grain exports from Ukraine off table, as UN records 3,974 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, as Russian troops launch artillery strikes on Balakliia, casualties reported, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 91st day of Putin's war crimes
25 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 May 2022: Russia attempts to advance towards Bakhmut, Lyman in Donetsk Oblast, according to Ukraine’s General Staff, as Ukraine rules out territorial concessions, signing another Minsk Agreement, as presidential advisor Mykhailo Podolyak said that agreeing to give up territories is impossible and would only backfire as Russia would use the pause in fighting to prepare for further offensives, as EU disputes over Russian oil ban will be resolved by May 30 according to EU's Charles Michel, as Ukraine’s Intelligence says Russia used 60% of its stockpiles of high-precision weapons and could not replenish its reserves quickly, as Russia attacks Zaporizhzhia with 4 missiles, 1 citizen killed, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 91st day of Putin's war crimes
25 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 May 2022: Nato ‘doing literally nothing’ to stop Russia according to Ukraine’s FM Dmytro Kuleba, als praising EU for its ‘revolutionary’ decisions to back assaulted country but says Nato military alliance has been ‘completely sidelined’, as Russian regime's Wagner Group fighters accused of murdering civilians, as regime's Ukraine war weighs heavy as apocalyptic mood shrouds Davos WEF meeting, as assault on eastern Ukraine threatens to encircle Sievierodonetsk city, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 91st day of Putin's war crimes
25 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 25 May 2022: Ukrainian FM Kuleba slams NATO for ‘doing literally nothing’ to stop Russia, telling global business leaders attending the WEF in Davos 'NATO as an alliance, as an institution, is completely sidelined', as Swedish, Finnish delegations hold talks with Turkish officials in Ankara over Turkey’s concerns regarding the two Nordic countries’ NATO membership bids, as Ukraine’s FM has accused Putin regime of attempting to world leaders by 'demanding to lift sanctions in exchange for them unblocking Ukraine’s food exports', saying 'any foreign politician or official who may think of accepting this game should first visit the graves of killed Ukrainian children and talk to their parents', as AU chairperson says Africa a ‘collateral victim’ of Ukraine war, as Ukraine appeals for USA, other allies to supply rocket launchers quickly, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 91st day of Putin's war crimes
26 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 May 2022: Russian invaders conduct offensive on Sievierodonetsk and Borivske, as WHO condemns Russia’s armed aggression in Ukraine, as Russians still planning to force crossing over Siverskyi Donets according to General Staff, as USA Department of State says only Ukraine has the right to decide its future, as UN records 3,998 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, as Russian troops attempt to advance towards Mykolaiv but fail, as Finland will help restore Ukrainian cities, as president Zelensky calls on world to restore principle of respect for every nation, as Russia launched more than 100 missile and air strikes on Ukraine over past week, as UK’s Ambassador said it must be for Ukrainians to decide on future of their country, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 92nd day of Putin's war crimes
26 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 May 2022: General Staff: Russia prepares to resume offensive, and for this, the Russian military is training reserve soldiers and replenishing equipment in two Russian regions, Voronezh and Belgorod, as Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko said to establish southern military command, as Defense Intelligence said 16 helicopters provided Mariupol defenders with arms, supplies, and additional soldiers, as 92% of Ukrainians have negative attitude towards Russia, according to a recent survey by the Kyiv International Sociology Insitute, as Valerijj Zaluzhnyi urges West to send long-range weapons, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 92nd day of Putin's war crimes
26 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 May 2022: Russian shelling intensifies in Kharkiv as Ukrainian general warns of Russian advantage in Luhansk, as authorities in Kharkiv say at least seven civilians have been killed and 17 wounded after Russian shelling, as Mariupol survivors reporting their experiences with the lasting terrors of Russia’s assault, as Russian forces due to their weapons and numbers have ‘upper hand’ in Donbas fighting, as POW are reporting ‘You shake at the slightest noise’, as Russia uses Orwellian propaganda news vans in Mariupol, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 92nd day of Putin's war crimes
26 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 92nd day of Putin's war crimes: 26 May 2022: Fighting in the Donbas area of eastern Ukraine is at maximum intensity and is 'escalating', Ukraine's deputy defence minister says, as Russians are reportedly storming Ukrainian positions in several areas simultaneously, as shelling kills seven people in the centre of the country's second city Kharkiv, and the regional governor Synehubov says 17 people, including a nine-year-old girl, were wounded in the attack, as the cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk in the Donbas earlier came under intense Russian bombardment, as two captured Russian soldiers plead guilty at Ukraine's second war crimes trial, as German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Davos said Russia cannot win the war but Russian regime's Putin will not seriously negotiate until he realises that, the 'BBC' reports on the 92nd day of Putin's war crimes
27 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 May 2022: Ukainian PM Shmyhal meets with German economic development minister to discuss infrastructure restoration, as FM Kuleba, USA's Blinken discuss arms supplies and food exports, as enemy trying to restrain Ukrainian forces, prevent redeployment of troops in south, as president Zelensky, Italian PM Draghi discuss defense support, fuel supply, food crisis, as British Foreign Secretary calls on Western countries to send tanks, planes to Ukraine, as despite intense fire, Ukraine Army in control of situation and aware of enemy plans according to Defense Ministry, as Russian war plane Su-35 shot down in Kherson Region, as world politicians preparing for Russia’s use of tactical nuclear weapons, president of Ukraine says, as Sievierodonetsk authorities prepare evacuation routes but trust in Ukraine Army, as Russia attempts to disrupt Ukraine’s grain exports even via alternative routes, as Russia already used 2,400 missiles against Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes
27 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 May 2022: Ukraine asks Germany to decrease gas flow through Nord Stream 1, as Kremlin still discussing attacking Kyiv according to Russian media Meduza, as 8,766 civilian casualties in Ukraine since February 24 according to UN, as four Communist members of the legislature of Primorye Krai in Russia’s Far East demand withdrawal of troops from Ukraine, calling on dictator Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes
27 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 May 2022: There is enough evidence to conclude that Russia is inciting genocide in Ukraine and committing atrocities intended to destroy the Ukrainian people, according to the first independent USA/Canadian report into allegations of genocide committed by Russian troops in Ukraine, as Russia ‘planning full-scale victory in Ukraine by autumn’, considering a second assault on Kyiv despite failing to capture the Ukrainian capital at the outset of the war, according to the independent news website Meduza, as UK PM says Russian troops making ‘slow but palpable’ progress, as Russian forces close to encircling Sievierodonetsk in the east Russia ‘cauldron’ tactic may be tipping Donbas battle in its favour, as UK's PM Johnson calls for Ukraine to be sent more long-range rocket systems, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes - 27 May 2022: Leading experts accuse Russia of inciting genocide in Ukraine and intending to 'destroy' Ukrainian people, USA's 'CNN' and the British 'The Guardian' are reporting
27 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes: 27 May 2022: Russian-backed forces have taken control of the city of Lyman in the eastern Donetsk region, Ukrainian officials say, as Ukrainian governor of the Donetsk region, Pavlo Kyrylenko, claims Lyman was 'mainly controlled by Russian troops', as Russian forces fight to seize further territory in Donbas, as 10 people have been killed and more than 30 wounded in explosions overnight in the Dnipro area, officials say, the 'BBC' reports on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes
27 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes: 27 May 2022: Russian-backed forces have taken control of the city of Lyman in the eastern Donetsk region, Ukrainian officials say, as Ukrainian governor of the Donetsk region, Pavlo Kyrylenko, claims Lyman was 'mainly controlled by Russian troops', as Russian forces fight to seize further territory in Donbas, as 10 people have been killed and more than 30 wounded in explosions overnight in the Dnipro area, officials say, the 'BBC' reports on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes
27 May 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 27 May 2022: Italy’s PM Mario Draghi and Ukrainian president Zelenskyy discussed unblocking wheat exports from Ukraine to tackle the food crisis which is threatening the world’s poorest countries, Draghi’s office has said, as Russia’s blockade of Ukrainian ports has prevented shipments of grain, of which both countries are major exporters, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 93th day of Putin's war crimes
28 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 May 2022: USA writer Stephen King has called on the world to keep economic pressure on Russia, as seven citizens wounded in Russia's shelling of Mykolaiv, as one person was killed and seven others were wounded, two of them in critical condition, after Russian forces shelled residential areas in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv early on May 28 , as Ukrainian forces have launched an offensive in the Kherson region, with Russian invaders suffering losses and defending on unfavorable positions, as invaders attack Sumy region from aircraft and mortars, targeting the border area of the Sumy region by launching unguided missiles from a warplane and firing mortars from Russian territory, as Ukraine needs effective weapons to bring Russia back behind Iron Curtain, Podoliak says, as Ukraine can bring the Russians back behind the Iron Curtain, but it needs effective weapons for that, as G7 countries looking for ways to resume grain exports from Ukraine, as more than 50 Ukrainian athletes perish in war defending their Homeland, sd RFE/RL journos come under enemy fire near Bakhmu in Donetsk region, as 'World’s second-strongest' army can and should be defeated, Ukraine’s Defense Minister says visiting an exhibition of destroyed Russian military equipment in Kyiv’s Mykhailivska Square, as president Zelensky says in occupied territories, Russians follow 'Nazi playbook' torturing local officials and, if the latter agree to cooperate, sign them up and hire them, as president Volodymyr Zelensky believes that politicians advising that Ukraine give something to Russia in exchange for the illusion of peace fail to take into account ordinary people, as minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba has called on the international community to demand that Moscow cease the military blockade of Ukrainian food exports, as Karim Khan, a prosecutor with the International Criminal Court, expects cooperation from Russia in a probe into the war crimes committed in Ukraine, as president Zelensky thinks Dutch PM Mark Rutte should speak out more clearly about his position regarding Ukraine’s prospects of EU membership, saying the option of the European political community proposed by France's Emmanuel Macron for countries that are not formal members of the EU is not acceptable to Ukraine, as Ukrainian artillerists of the Joint Forces Group destroyed five enemy hardware units with the help of French self-propelled wheeled howitzers, as despite the war-related risks, foreign gas companies show interest in resuming the use of the Ukrainian underground gas storage facilities, as president Zelensky discussed strengthening defense support for Ukraine and intensifying work on security guarantees with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as Zelensky considers that the change in the regime of Vladimir Putin and his team is still impossible in Russia, as the Russian army shelled 49 localities in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, eastern Ukraine, over the past 24 hours and four people were killed in Donetsk region, 1 killed, 2 injured in night attack on Kharkiv city and region, as Luhansk region is not cut off from Ukraine as there is access to Lysychansk and Sievierodonetsk towns, as Ukraine is receiving Harpoon anti-ship missiles and land-based launchers to defend itself against the Russian aggressor in the Black Sea, as the situation in the areas of hostilities remains difficult, but it is controlled by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 94th day of Putin's war crimes
28 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 May 2022: USA lifts 25% duty on steel imports from Ukraine, as the grace period for the industry, which has suffered greatly as a result of the war with Russia, is introduced for one year, after - before the war - Ukraine was 13th largest steel producer in the world, as Ukraine accuses Russia of stealing metal from Mariupol, as released Ukrainian POWs say Russian troops tortured them, one person killed by Russian missile strike in Chornobaivka in Kherson Oblast, as Russian forces shell Mykolaiv, civilian casualties reported, as UK Intelligence says bridgehead near Lyman would give Russia advantage in next phase of Donbas offensive, as Ukraine’s military says Russia loses helicopters, military equipment as heavy fighting continues in southern Ukraine, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 94th day of Putin's war crimes
28 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 May 2022: Russia’s defence ministry says town of Lyman is now under full control of its forces, after days of fighting and as assault on Donbas continues, as UK's PM Johnson and Ukrainian president Zelenskiy hold talks, as Russia-linked superyachts ‘going dark’ to avoid sanctions, as UK MP’s son saves fellow volunteer while under fire in Ukraine, as Russian regime mulls Nuremberg-style trials in a grotesque deception, seeking to justify invasion of Ukraine by staging show trials of war prisoners, conflict scholars fear, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 94th day of Putin's war crimes
29 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 May 2022: Civilian death toll times higher than military, Ukrainian PM says, as Russia may start gas blackmail of Europe once cold weather sets in according to Ukraine's Yermak, as airborne assault unit commander says better for army if civilians evacuate as asked, as war brings to halt some 35% of Ukraine's economy according to PM, as Ukraine-NATO cooperation must strengthen given current situation on battlefield, as Russians opened fire on Chernihiv Region, Sumy Region 10 times over past day, as one civilian killed, two injured in Russia’s shelling of Mykolaiv, as enemy should realize that Ukrainians will defend their land to the last according to president Zelensky, as border settlements come under enemy fire in Chernihiv Region, Sumy Region, as president Zelensky visits frontline positions in Kharkiv Region, as Russians plot provocations in Black Sea using seized Ukrainian vessels, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 95th day of Putin's war crimes
29 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 May 2022: Ukrainian General Staff says Russian troops move towards central Sievierodonetsk, as Russian troops repeatedly block civilian cars evacuating from occupied territories to Zaporizhzhia, sometimes stopping columns of 300-400 cars for 4-5 days, as 115 miners blocked underground due to blackouts in Donetsk Oblast, amd several cities in the government-controlled part of Donetsk Oblast are now without electricity due to a broken power line, and local authorities are working to bring the miners to the surface, as Russian forces lose 2 high-ranking officers in Ukraine, as Poland to send 18 KRAB self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine that can be used by three artillery squadrons and can fire at up to 40 kilometers, six times a minute, as Putin, Vucic hold phone call to 'strengthen cooperation' and Russia will reportedly continue to supply uninterrupted natural gas to Serbia after a phone call between Russian dictator Putin and Serbia’s Vucic, as German newspaper reports that country has hardly delivered any weapons to Ukraine for past nine weeks despite promises, citing a source, that the federal government has not met the requests for lighter weapons either, as Lithuanian Mantas Kvedaravicius' film - who was captured and killed by Russian forces while documenting Russian atrocities in Mariupol on April 3 - won the jury’s Special Award at the Cannes Film Festival on May 28, as Ukraine repels 7 Russian attacks in Donbas, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 95th day of Putin's war crimes
29 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 May 2022: The situation in Luhansk ‘extremely escalated’ amid intense shelling, as governor of Luhansk region says impossible to gauge extent of casualties, as president Zelenskiy visits troops in Kharkiv making his first official appearance outside Kyiv since February, as over 500 Ukrainian children stuck waiting for UK visa decision, as fighting focuses on Donbas, but Putin has not given up on Kharkiv or Kyiv, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 95th day of Putin's war crimes
30 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 May 2022: Russian troops suffer losses, withdraw from Mykolayivka in Kherson region, as France ready to mediate Ukraine–Russia negotiations, as - amid weapons, support in EU, but EU sanctions troubles - president Zelensky meets with new French FM 19:52 Ukraine’s Armed Forces eliminate 46 Russian soldiers, ammunition depot in south, as Erdogan offers Putin a Ukraine-UN-Russia meeting in Istanbul, as Poland's Duda says agreement with Russia impossible without Ukraine’s participation and consent, as France now favors fast-track procedure for EU candidate status for Ukraine, as Ammonia leaks in Donetsk region due to hostilities and with six localities in impact area, as FM Kuleba says providing Ukraine with weapons will not drag other states into war, as expert meeting with journalists asks 'Island of Crimea: what is happening and is it possible to unblock Crimea, the Black and Black Sea-Azov region', as Russian troops shell Sumy region with banned cluster munitions, as new mass graves discovered in Mariupol, there may be more than 22,000 dead, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 96th day of Putin's war crimes
30 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 May 2022: Ukrainian General Staff says Russia prepares to attack Ukraine from three directions, as Belarus to start military drills near Ukrainian borders in June, as Russia simplifies obtaining its citizenship for Ukrainian children without parental care amid reports of forced deportation of children to Russia, as Russian troops withdraw from Mykolaivka in Kherson Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 96th day of Putin's war crimes
30 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 May 2022: Putin regime to halt gas supplies to Netherlands after refusal by Netherlands’ GasTerra to pay Gazprom in roubles, as USA will not supply long-range rocket systems to Kyiv that could reach into Russia, as French journalist Frédéric Leclerc-Imhoff was killed by Russian forces after an evacuation car was hit near the Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk, as French president Macron, said 'I share the pain of the family, relatives and colleagues of Frédéric Leclerc-Imhoff', as advancing Russian troops entered the outskirts of the Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk, as EU leaders fail to agree on Russian oil ban, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 96th day of Putin's war crimes
30 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 96th day of Putin's war crimes: 30 May 2022: EU leaders struggle to resolve their differences over a proposed ban on Russian oil imports, with Hungary opposing the move, as fighting in the Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk is 'very fierce' and the 'situation is very difficult', the regional governor says, as Russian troops are advancing after entering the outskirts of the key eastern city in Luhansk, but the evacuation is suspended after French journalist Frédéric Leclerc-Imhoff is killed, as president Macron says he was there to 'show the reality of the war, as Putin regime says its top priority is eventually to take all of the Donbas, a former industrial region made up of Luhansk and another area called Donetsk, as USA appears close to sending a long-range multiple-rocket system to Ukraine but Joe Biden says that's not one 'that can strike into Russia', the 'BBC' reports on the 96th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
31 May 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 May 2022: Assets of Russia’s Tatneft seized in Ukraine, as National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Secretary Oleksiy Danilov said war is yet to last, a lot of work needs to be done before we win, as four bodies recovered from under rubble of apartment block in Kharkiv, as Slovak president Zuzana Caputová visits Irpin, Borodianka, as Prosecutor General Venediktova states in The Hague that 200-300 war crimes committed in Ukraine daily, as Ukrainian paratroopers destroy Russia’s engineer unit, as Russians once again shell border villages of Sumy and Chernihiv regions, as OSCE SMM member released from militants’ captivity in eastern Ukraine, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba calls on West to provide Ukraine with as many 155mm cannons as possible, as large unit of Wagner Group eliminated in eastern Ukraine, as NSDC Secretary Danilov reports some Ukrainians deported to Far East, as 12-year-old child and a woman killed in Russian attack on Kharkiv region, as casualties reported as Russians fire on 12 localities in Donetsk region, as European Council to consider Ukraine's application for EU membership in June, as adviser Mykhailo Podoliak condemns weak policy of democratic world regarding pressure on Russia, as Russians launch missile strike on Sloviansk, killing three civilians, as French prosecutors to probe death of BFMTV journalist in Ukraine as war crime, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 97th day of Putin's war crimes
31 May 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 May 2022: 'Seite wurde nicht gefunden', 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 97h day of Putin's war crimes
31 May 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 31 May 2022: Russian airstrike hits chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk, as Luhansk’s regional governor said Russians hit 'a tank with nitric acid at a chemical plant', while urging residents not to come out of hiding due to toxic fumes, as ‘The west can change the outcome’ according to plea for heavy weapons on Ukraine frontline, reported by Luke Harding, as Ukraine to prosecute 80 suspected war criminals, as Russian troops control parts of Sievierodonetsk, while Ukrainian officials say critical infrastructure in the city has been destroyed by Russian shelling, reducing much of Sievierodonetsk to ruins with 90% of buildings damaged, as EU leaders agree to partial embargo of Russian oil imports, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 97th day of Putin's war crimes
31 May 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 97th day of Putin's war crimes: 31 May 2022: The head of the Ukrainian key city of Severodonetsk says the front line has cut the city in half, as Ukraine's Oleksandr Stryuk says Ukraine is still defending its positions there, as area's regional governor says the situation is grave, after Russians entered the city, as the entire region is under continuous bombardment, Serhiy Haidai says, as Putin regime now occupies almost all of the Luhansk region, as two more Russian soldiers have been jailed for 11 and a half years for war crimes by a Ukrainian court, as EU leaders are holding a second day of talks, having agreed on a plan to cut Russian oil imports yesterday, the 'BBC' reports on the 97th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
1 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 June 2022: Enemy fires Tornado rockets on Dnipropetrovsk region, USA's Blinken announces new security assistance package to Ukraine, as enemy establishes control over part of Sievierodonetsk amid ongoing battle, as Poland plan to set up joint defense enterprise to produce weapons, equipment, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces liberate more than 20 localities in Kherson region, as Ukraine, Poland governments call for energy embargo on Russia, as Russians force Mariupol residents to work for water, as UNHCR to supply Ukraine with 50,000 emergency repair kits for damaged homes, as Ukraine, Poland sign eight cooperation agreements, as Russian aircraft fire six missiles at Sumy region, as Ukraine's Armed Forces mastering use of British Wolfhound armored vehicles, as enemy assaults Sievierodonetsk, wants to encircle Lysychansk according to Ministry of Defense, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 98th day of Putin's war crimes
1 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 June 2022: Ukrainian military liberate more than 20 settlements in Kherson Oblast, as Hungary reportedly blocks new sanctions against Russia, as German companies Uniper, RWE pay for Russian gas under Putin’s scheme, as German missile supplies to Ukraine may be delayed for months, as Switzerland blocks shipment of armored vehicles to Ukraine after rejecting Denmark’s request to send 20 Piranha III infantry fighting vehicles to Ukraine, as Russian nuclear forces hold maneuver drills, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 98h day of Putin's war crimes
1 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 June 2022: USA president claims supply of rockets move will enable Ukraine ‘to more precisely strike key targets’, saying Ukraine will not use US-supplied rocket systems to hit Russian territory, as Ukraine’s president says 500 soldiers wounded each day, as 'steel is as key to Ukraine’s victory as soldiers’ acccording to Azovstal boss, as Luhansk governor says Russia controls 70% of Sievierodonetsk, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 98th day of Putin's war crimes
1 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 98h day of Putin's war crimes: 1 June 2022: Russia criticises USA plans to send more advanced artillery systems to Ukraine, accusing Washington of 'adding fuel to the fire, as president Biden announced the move earlier saying the goal was to help Ukraine defend itself and that Washington was not encouraging Ukraine to strike beyond its borders, as an official in the key eastern city of Severodonetsk says Ukrainian forces now only control 20% of territory there, as - while Russia targets its efforts on the east - president Zelensky says Ukraine is making advances in battlegrounds elsewhere in the country, the 'BBC' reports on the 98th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
2 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 June 2022: Ukrainian president Zelensky says front line in Ukraine exceeds 1,000km, and Russia has thrown all combat-ready troops, also saying Russian invaders control about 20% of Ukraine’s territory, as Russians have destroyed 20% of schools and kindergartens across Ukraine, as invaders say they completely control Sievierodonetsk, but fighting continues, as invaders shoot Ukrainian volunteers and officials in Mariupol district, as 1 person killed, 8 injured in enemy shelling of Kharkiv region, as Russia must take first step to unblock Ukrainian exports according to Ukraine’s MFA, as French ambassador visits Hostomel, as Ukrainian defenders say they eliminated about 30,850 Russian invaders, as Poland to sell 60 Krab self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine, as Russians shell 30 settlements in JFO area, killing three residents of Donetsk region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 99th day of Putin's war crimes
2 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 June 2022: Electricity cut off in city of Sloviansk after Russian shelling, as Slovak Defense Ministry said that self-propelled Zuzana 2 howitzers will be delivered under a commercial contract that a state-controlled producer had signed, as Russia shells Kharkiv overnight, killing one civilian, injuring another, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 99 day of Putin's war crimes
2 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 June 2022: Ukraine’s president claims 243 children have been killed so far in Putin's war and 200,000 children have been forcefully taken to Russia, including children from orphanages, children taken with their parents and those separated from their families, as the USA will now supply Ukraine with medium-range rocket systems to strengthen democratic country's defense forces, as Russia and the west compete to secure grain deliveries, as Germany in 2022 forced to admit it was a terrible mistake to become so dependent on Russian oil and gas, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 99th day of Putin's war crimes - 2 June 2022: 'Germany has been forced to admit it was a terrible mistake to become so dependent on Russian oil and gas. So why did it happen?', the British 'Guardian' asks
2 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 2 June 2022: Lviv Russian cruise missile strikes ‘severely damaged’ railway infrastructure, according to governor Maksym Kozytskyi saying that the missiles were launched on Wednesday from the Black Sea and that five people have been injured, four of whom have been hospitalised, as Slovakia will deliver eight self-propelled Zuzana 2 howitzers to Ukraine, as OPEC+ working on making up for lower Russian oil output, as Russian forces making steady gains in Severodonetsk according to UK, as Luhansk governor says Russians ‘destroying and plundering’ the region, as Ukrainian Orthodox Church has said that two monks and a nun have been killed in the shelling of an historic monastery in eastern Ukraine, as Ireland’s Senate has passed a resolution declaring Russia’s invasion of Ukraine an act of genocide, as resolution follows similar moves in recent weeks by Canada, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, and the Czech Republic, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 99th day of Putin's war crimes
3 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 June 2022: Charges pressed against Russian officer who ordered to fire at civilian cars in Kharkiv, as Ukraine needs weapons because words won’t stop Putin according to German FM Baerbock, as Ukrainian cabinet fixates gas price for heat producers, as in Mariupol, invaders set to 'nationalize', this is to steal abandoned cars if owners fail to show up by 1 July, as president Zelensky visits wounded soldiers at Kyiv clinic, as PM Shmyhal calls on international companies to return to Ukraine, as EU will never recognize forceful integration of Ukrainian territories into Russia, as Ukrainian military push Russians back from two settlements in Sievierodonetsk direction, as event 'Illegal detention and conviction of journalists in the occupied Crimea' will be held on 6 June, as Ukraine demands that Russian invaders leave Zaporizhzhia NPP, as president Zelensky said Ukraine has done what seemed impossible over 100 days, as EU suspends all duties on imports coming from Ukraine for one year 16:19 Operational situation at the front, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 100th day of Putin's war crimes
3 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 June 2022: Ukraine’s General Staff said Russia concentrates up to 20 battalion tactical groups for offensive towards Sloviansk, as EU approves new sanctions against Russia, targeting politicians, propagandists, businessmen, and family members of those who had previously been sanctioned, including employees of RIA Novosti and the head of Roskomnadzor, as EU also imposes new sanctions on Belarus, targeting 12 individuals and eight legal entities, including Belaruskali, one of the largest producers of potash fertilizers in the world, the state-owned Belteleradio broadcaster, the Naftan oil refinery, Belarus’s largest tobacco producer, as Polish PM saic 'Ukraine must win this war, as Czech PM Petr Fiala and Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki met on 3 June, as Putin regime's general Dvornikov dismissed from leading Russian troops in Ukraine, as civilian death toll rises to 1,314 in Kyiv Oblast, as Russia fires mortars, artillery at border territory in Chernihiv Oblast, as Russia has destroyed 24,000 kilometers of roads in Ukraine since February 24, as General Staff says Russia has lost 30,950 troops in Ukraine since February, lost 1,367 tanks, 3,366 armored vehicles, 2,329 vehicles and fuel tanks, 661 artillery pieces, 207 multiple launch rocket systems, 95 air defense systems, 175 helicopters, 210 airplanes, 535 drones, and 13 boats, as Russia attacks Luhansk Oblast with artillery and air strikes, destroys civilian infrastructure, as Institute for the Study of War says Russian forces struggle to establish ‘permanent societal control’ in temporarily occupied territories, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 100th day of Putin's war crimes
3 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 June 2022: Putin regime vows to continue fighting ‘until all goals achieved’ as war enters 100th day, as Kremlin spokesperson dismisses 'idea of peace' as UK says Russian forces ‘appear to hold the initiative’ in east, as 'The Guardian' reviews 100 days of cowardly Russian regime's war that is reshaping Europe by killing Ukrainian citizens, innocent adults, many with experiences of WWII, children in all age groups, as Ukrainians begin to ask 'could we have prepared better', as children among 800 hiding below Sievierodonetsk factory, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 100th day of Putin's war crimes
3 June 2022 war in Ukraine enters fourth month France24 reports with live updates: 3 June 2022: Putin's war against Ukraine enters 100th day with Russia controlling ‘20 percent’ of territory, France24 reports with live updates from Ukraine - 3 juin 2022: Un Français a été tué 'dans des combats' en Ukraine, a annoncé vendredi le ministère français des Affaires étrangères, 100 jours après le début de l'invasion du régime russe, courtisé pour longtemps par Emmanuel Macron - 3 June 2022: At a secret location, France24 met a group of foreign fighters who have just joined a unit of the Ukrainian National Guard in the east of the country, saying they felt the need to do what they could to help Ukraine fight the Russian invasion
4 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 June 2022: Norway’s self-propelled howitzers already at front line, Commander Zaluzhnyi says, as Russia’s howitzer and APC destroyed in southern Ukraine, as Ukraine Army downs another Russian helicopter, as fighting continues to establish full control over Sievierodonetsk according to Ukrainian General Staff, as Ukrainian border guards show Russian tank on fire 19:12 photos Four volunteer fighters from International Legion killed in action in Ukraine, as president Zelensky says after Russia’s artillery strike on Sviatohirsk Lavra that Russia has no place in UNESCO, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba replies to Frencb president's calls to avoid humiliation of Russia that these calls can only humiliate France, as Ukraine, Russia exchange bodies of fallen soldiers, as third attack on Sumy region happende today when Russian aircraft launched six missiles, as bodies of more than 200 people unidentified in Kyiv region, as 3 people killed, 4 injured in yet another enemy strike on Mykolayiv, as Ireland committed to be Ukraine's advocate in EU, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 101st day of Putin's war crimes
4 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 June 2022: Russian ballistic missiles hit four settlements in Donbas, as Ukrainian FM slamsFrance's Macron over calls to avoid humiliation of Russia, sayomg that such calls can only humiliate France and every other country that would call for it, as four foreign soldiers from the Netherlands, Australia, Germany, and France were killed, as pesident Zelensky urges USA mayors to cut ties with Russian cities, saying 'don't let the murderers call you their brothers and sisters', as nearly 14 million Ukrainians had to flee their homes due to Russia's war, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 101st day of Putin's war crimes
4 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 June 2022: Ukraine says Russian forces suffering ‘huge losses’ as it fights back in Sievierodonetsk, as Ukraine ponders how to punish collaborators, saying more than 1,400 cases of treason and collaboration with the Russian army have been brought against citizens, as a Russian missile struck an agricultural building in the southern Ukrainian region of Odesa this morning, wounding two people, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 101st day of Putin's war crimes
4 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 4 June 2022: Second ship sent to take metal to Russia arrives in Mariupol, and Ukraine says Putin regime's shipments amounted to looting, as Russia using air and artillery strikes to advance in Donbas, as two Reuters journalists wounded, driver killed near Severodonetsk, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 101st day of Putin's war crimes
5 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 June 2022: EU's Josep Borrell says Russia responsible for shortages in international trade in grains, as Ukrainian fighters smashing Russian fortifications, hardware in Sievierodonetsk, as enemy resumes offensive on Slovyansk, near Sviatohorskkn, as South Korea parliamentary delegation visits Bucha, Irpin, as Russians failing to implement their plan in Sievierodonetsk, as Verkhovna Rada's Fedir Venislavsky says sentences to Russian soldiers could be evidence for tribunal on Russian aggression, as thirty-two more residents evacuated from Lysychansk, as body of another civilian, shot in back of head and killed by Russians found in Kyiv region, as Mi-17 helicopters on their way to Ukraine from USA, as Russian aggression can be stopped with strong diplomacy, sanctions and weapons according to Ukrainian President's Office chief Andriy Yermak, as Ukraine Army shows destruction of Russian Ka-52 Alligator helicopter, as four Russian missiles hit railcar repair plant in Kyiv, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 102nd day of Putin's war crimes
5 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 June 2022: Deputy defense minister Hanna Maliar says Kyiv remains Kremlin’s key target, as Russian forces destroy or damage at least 43 religious sites in Donetsk Oblast, as 2 Ukrainian women killed in railway accident in Germany near Garmisch-Partenkirchen on 3 June, as Russia's proxies in Donetsk Oblast say they may kill three kidnapped foreigners, as Ukraine's Air Force destroys two cruise missiles fired by Russian aviation in Mykolaiv Oblast, as Russia launched several missiles toward Kyiv from Caspian Sea, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 102nd day of Putin's war crimes
5 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 June 2022: Russia launches airstrikes into Kyiv, and regime's head Putin warns of further attacks, saying regime's military will hit fresh targets if USA delivers long-range rockets, as powerful blasts felt in Ukraine’s capital, as Ukraine is ‘fighting back in Sievierodonetsk’, as Eastern Ukrainians reject their Russian birth language, as Ukraine ponders how to punish collaborators, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 102nd day of Putin's war crimes
5 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 5 June 2022: Russian strikes reportedly destroyed tanks and other armoured vehicles on the outskirts of Kyiv that had been provided to Ukraine by European countries, as Austria calls for intermediate EU membership for Ukraine, as Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak has called Moscow’s missile attack on Kyiv an 'act of terrorism' and demanded new sanctions on Russia, also calling for Ukraine to be supplied with heavy weapons to defend its territory from Russian attacks, as Russian missile flew ‘critically low’ over Pivdennoukrainska nuclear plant, as USA envoy to Ukraine Bridget Brink visits Borodyanka, vows accountability, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 102nd day of Putin's war crimes
5 June 2022 war in Ukraine enters fourth month France24 reports with live updates: 5 June 2022: Following French president Macron's comments regarding preserving Russia from humiliation, Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba reacted on Saturday saying such calls 'only humiliate France' and any country taking a similar position. 'It is Russia that humiliates itself. We all better focus on how to put Russia in its place. This will bring peace and save lives', France24 reports with live updates from Ukraine on the 102nd day of Putin's war crimes
6 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 June 2022: Important to find means to convey truth to Russians, president Zelensky says, as in Kherson, medics massively refusing to cooperate with Russian invaders, as nearly 700,000 Ukrainian servicemen taking part in war with Russia, as sexual violence cases in Russian war can’t be excused or amnestied according to report in UNSC, as Ukraine demands from Russia humane treatment of POWs, as one person killed, one more injured in Russia’s shelling of Derhachi community, as enemy keeps two boats and submarine carrying 20 Kalibr missiles in Black Sea, as Mariupol suffers from stench with corpses under the rubble, mountains of waste and morgues at supermarkets, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 103rd day of Putin's war crimes
6 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 June 2022: Ukrainian troops block Russia from seizing strategic road in Donbas, as more than 2,500 Mariupol defenders in Russian captivity, and Russia begins turning over bodies of killed Azovstal defenders, as Russian Navy has launched 300 cruise missiles, switches to anti-ship missiles, as Russia strikes schools, dormitory, houses in Lozova, Kharkiv Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 103rd day of Putin's war crimes
6 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 June 2022: Putin says Russia will respond if Ukraine is supplied with longer-range missiles, as Sievierodonetsk sees heaviest battles, as Ukrainian president Zelenskiy visits Donbas frontline and UK supplies missile system, as Putin's Lavrov was forced to cancel Serbia trip after countries close airspace, as Ukraine counterattack recaptures parts of Sievierodonetsk, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 103rd day of Putin's war crimes
6 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 103rd day of Putin's war crimes: 6 June 2022: Ukrainian forces are outnumbered in Severodonetsk but are holding out, president Zelensky says, insisting Ukrainian troops have 'every chance' of fighting back in the key eastern city, as UK PM Johnson and president Zelensky have spoken to talk about unblocking Ukrainian ports, as Russian state media has confirmed the death of one of Moscow's top generals during heavy fighting in the eastern Donbas region, as the UK has announced that it is sending its first long-range missiles to Ukraine, the 'BBC' reports on the 103rd day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
6 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 6 June 2022: UK to send Kyiv longer-range missiles with M270 multiple-launch rocket systems in a move coordinated with the USA, after Putin warns West against providing Kyiv with longer-range missiles, as Russia has likely moved air defence systems to occupied Snake Island in the Black Sea, contributing to its blockade of the Ukrainian coast and hindering grain exports, the UK’s defence ministry says, as another Russian general was killed in eastern Ukraine, as Putin regime's Lavrov ‘forced to cancel Serbia visit’ after three European countries close their airspace to his plane, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 103rd day of Putin's war crimes
6 juin 2022 l'invasion de l'Ukraine par la Russie en 2022, selon France24 en direct: 6 juin 2022: Le président Volodymyr Zelensky s'est rendu sur le front pour y soutenir les soldats ukrainiens, tandis que les pays autour de la Serbie ferment leur espace aérien pour l'avion de Sergueï Lavrov, selon France24 en direct
7 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 June 2022: Ukraine to reject any agreements if its interests not taken into account unblocking ports, as EU eases sanctions on Russia without any explanations according to adviser Podolyak, as Estonia has provided €240M in military aid to Ukrainem as Russian troops get ready to assault Slovyansk, as Mariupol population has decreased fivefold since start of war, as children in Crimea forced to learn Putin's speeches, as Ukraine invites South Korea to join restoration of affected regions, as Poland’s MFA says seventh package of sanctions must include complete ban on Russian gas imports, as 1 person killed, 3 injured in recent Russia’s strike on Kharkiv, as president Zelensky - about victory on battlefield - says we need tenfold advantage over enemy for advance, as Poland signs $650M defense contract with Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 104th day of Putin's war crimes
7 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 June 2022: Russia preparing for renewed offensive on Sloviansk, as Russia’s war in Ukraine impacting energy, food prices globally, according to USA Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, saying 'we are not the only country experiencing inflation. You can see that in virtually every developed country worldwide', as civilian car hits landmine in Kyiv Oblast, as Russian authorities admit sending conscripts to Ukraine, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 104th day of Putin's war crimes
7 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 June 2022: Nearly 600 people ‘detained in torture chambers’ in Kherson, says Ukraine accusing the Russian army of abducting residents in the Kherson region in southern Ukraine, keeping them detained, as Ukrainian forces facing Russian onslaught in Donbas region are ‘standing strong’, president Zelenskiy says, while talks of a ceasefire with Russia remain stalled, as Russian-language Ukrainian TV channel aims to topple Putin, as Ukraine needs many more rocket launchers from west, says adviser, as families of 'Russian national guard members' - Putin’s internal security troops now fighting abroad -, who have died in Ukraine and Syria will receive a one-time payment of 5m rubles (or $80,000), according to a Kremlin decree, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 104th day of Putin's war crimes
7 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 104th day of Putin's war crimes: 7 June 2022: Heavy fighting continues in the eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk, which Russian forces have been trying for weeks to capture, coming as the battle for Donbas grinds on with neither side making major gains, as a military analyst says the fighting in Ukraine has settled into a rhythm reminiscent of trench warfare in World War I, as 'Sibylline' security consultancy's Justin Crump says Russia appears to have slight momentum but are 'lucky to capture a field in 24 hours, as Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky says 'stalemate is not an option' for Ukraine, as he again floated the idea of Nato membership saying the country had lost too many people to 'simply cede our territory', as the bodies of some Ukrainian fighters killed at the Azovstal steelworks have been handed over to Kyiv, families of Ukraine's Azov unit say, the 'BBC' reports on the 104th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
7 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 7 June 2022: President Zelenskyy said Ukrainian troops are not giving up positions in Severodonetsk, as Kyiv theatre reopens with sold-out performance, after the National Opera, movie theatres opened their doors at the end of May, as Zein Basravi reports from Kyiv, including USA arms deliveries, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 104th day of Putin's war crimes
7 juin 2022 les combats acharnés se poursuivent à Severodonetsk, selon France24 en direct: 7juin 2022: Les combats acharnés se poursuivent à Severodonetsk, selon France24 en direct
8 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 June 2022: Russia wants to hold in Melitopol sham referendum on joining Russia, as Russia's path to negotiating table lies through battleground defeats FM Kuleba says, as president Zelensky invites IT companies to move their HQs to Ukraine, as foreigners serving with Ukraine Army protected by Geneva Convention according to General Staff, as USA senator says Washington should supply fighter jets, air defenses to Ukraine, as European Council president says Russia uses food as weapon, as Ukraine, Russia exchange bodies of fallen soldiers in Zaporizhzhia Region, as photos publishe 'Yahidne concentration camp’, life and death in Chernihiv Region’s village, as enemy destroys building of State Border Guard Service in Sumy Region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 105th day of Putin's war crimes
8 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 June 2022: Ukrainian General Staff says Russian military prepares for new offensive on Sloviansk in Donetsk Oblast, as Russians continue to shell civilian infrastructure near the city in several towns, as Ukraine’s Operational Command 'South' said on 8 June that due to the lack of medicine it is difficult to treat injured civilians in Kherson Oblast, and as many civilian homes and infrastructure have been damaged because of the fighting and leaving the oblast is 'practically impossible' as Ukrainians can only get out through occupied Crimea, as Russian-occupied Mariupol facing 'medical collapse', as Russian airstrike on Bakhmut destroys school, injures civilians, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 105th day of Putin's war crimes
8 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 June 2022: Ukraine defences in key eastern city of Sievierodonetsk holding, begin counter-attacks in Kherson, British intelligence says after Russian assault on Sievierodonetsk redoubled with intense artillery barrages, airstrikes and non-stop street-by-street fighting, as detectors around Chornobyl transmit again, as former German chancellor Merkel claims her opposition to Ukraine’s Nato membership helped country, arguing that Russian regime’s Putin would have perceived a 2008 Nato membership plan for Ukraine that was blocked by her government as a 'declaration of war', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 105th day of Putin's war crimes
8 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 105th day of Putin's war crimes: 8 June 2022: Russia's war against Ukraine could bring 'unprecedented wave of hunger and misery' according to UN chief, saying 'deal is essential for hundreds of millions of people in developing countries, including in sub-Saharan Africa', as Russia dismisses concerns that its invasion of Ukraine has created a global food crisis, as foreign minister Sergei Lavrov holds talks in Turkey as pressure mounts on Russia to end its blockade of Ukrainian ports, as Italy's FM says 'blocking grain exports means holding hostage and condemning to death millions of children, women and men', as more than 1,000 Ukrainian soldiers - captured in Mariupol - have been transferred to Russia according to Russian state media, as Ukrainian forces have pulled back to the outskirts of the key eastern city of Severodonetsk following a fierce Russian assault, regional governor Serhiy Haidai says, the 'BBC' reports on the 105th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
8 June 2022 Ukraine on the 105th day of Putin's war crimes, France24 reports with live updates: 8 June 2022: A woman paints flowers over bullet holes in Bucha, France24 reports from Ukraine on the 105th day of Putin's war crimes
9 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 June 2022: Russia understands only language of force, fears western unity according to Ukraine's Podolyak, as long-range artillery to allow clearing Siverodonetsk of enemy forces in a few days according to region chief, as Poland’s Krab howitzers already at front lines according to defense chief, as Russians planning to invite IAEA chief to captured Zaporizhia NPP, as German MP calls for 'diversifying' energy supplies to become 'independent' of Russia. as Russia’s progress near Izium stalled after Ukraine Army’s successful maneuvers according to UK Ministry of Defence, as president of Ukraine says weapons and sanctions are vaccine against COVID-22 brought by Russia, as Russian planes, tanks and Iskander systems destroy Donetsk Region, as millions of people may starve if Russia’s blockade of Black Sea ports continues, as Russia already used about 2,600 missiles against Ukraine, as Ukraine Army destroys about 31,700 enemy troops and 1,398 tanks, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 106th day of Putin's war crimes
9 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 June 2022: USA Department of Defense published a picture (that is no real defense) of a 155-millimeter M777 howitzer being charged on a plane en route to Ukraine on 9 June, as Russia launches missile on Zhytomyr Oblast overnight, damaging a high-rise building in Novohrad-Volynskyi on the night, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 106th day of Putin's war crimes
9 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 June 2022: Western weapons can win Sievierodonetsk battle, governor says, also saying it is impossible to evacuate civilians from Sievierodonetsk, as president Zelenskiy issues grain warning and warns of global food crisis, as 'The Guardian' is mapping the impact of war in Ukraine on the world’s food supply, as the fight for Sievierodonetsk will decide fate of east, says president Zelenskiy, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 106th day of Putin's war crimes
9 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 106th day of Putin's war crimes: 9 June 2022: Britons captured by Russian forces sentenced to death, as Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner are sentenced to death alongside Moroccan national Saaudun Brahim after they appeared in a court in the self-proclaimed 'Donetsk People's Republic' by pro-Russian rebels and not internationally recognised, as both British men were serving members of Ukraine’s armed forces, as Downing Street says it's deeply concerned and prisoners of war shouldn't be exploited for political purposes, as between 100 and 200 Ukrainian soldiers are dying each day, a senior adviser to president Zelensky says, as on the front line, there's no let up in the battle for the eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk with street fighting and heavy artillery fire, and as president Zelensky says the fate of his country's eastern Donbas region may be decided in the battle, the 'BBC' reports on the 106th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
9 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 9 June 2022: Ukraine’s president Zelenskyy has warned that millions of people could starve because of a Russian blockade of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports which he said has left the world 'on the brink of a terrible food crisis', as Western long-range artillery would enable Ukraine to beat back Russian forces and capture Severodonetsk within days, according to a regional Ukrainian official, as Russia shells Severodonetsk and street fighting rages, as Russia resumes Izium offensive, as British American Tobacco says it is still working towards transferring its Russian business and that it is confident in delivering its financial target, as Russia’s deputy PM says economy growing despite sanctions, as Russian forces have killed four civilians and injured another 11 in Donetsk on Wednesday, Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said, as Ukraine sees threat of pollution to water basins after Russian invasion, as Volkswagen is offering pay-offs to its employees at a car assembly plant in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, if they agree to quit voluntarily, according to the carmaker, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 106th day of Putin's war crimes
10 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 June 2022: Two communities in Dnipropetrovsk region come under enemy Grad fire, as France reportedly ready to take part in unblocking Odesa port, as last hearing of MH17 trial ends in Netherlands, as Ukraine launches new economic strategy to operate in wartime, as Russian troops set to advance towards Slovyansk, as Netherlands to decide on candidate status for Ukraine after European Commission’s conclusion, as Montenegro to provide additional assistance, including military, to Ukraine, as Russia starts using more bombs and powerful missiles to strike Kharkiv, as Polish ambassador says NATO membership is not just military competencies of Ukraine's Armed Forces, as more than 1,000 women have become commanders in Ukraine's Armed Forces, as mine cleared in over 370 settlements liberated from Russian troops, as president Zelensky addresses participants of Copenhagen Democracy Summit, as 12 doctors in Ukraine killed, 47 seriously injured during Russia-Ukraine war according to Health Minister Viktor Liashko, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 107th day of Putin's war crimes
10 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 June 2022: Russia continues offensive in Sievierodonetsk, as Germany increased imports from Russia by 60% in first four months of 2022, reaching 6 billion euros, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 107th day of Putin's war crimes
10 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 June 2022: UK says death sentences for British duo are a breach of the Geneva convention, as in the destroyed city of Mariupol its mayor Boychenko warns cholera following Putin's agression in February could kill thousands as corpses poison city’s water supply amid rising temperatures in the once flourishing city of nearly 500,000 inhabitants, as UK's Liz Truss speaks to Ukraine about Britons’ death sentences, as Ukraine almost out of ammunition, relying on western arms, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 107th day of Putin's war crimes
10 juin 2022 menace sur tous ceux qui voudraient aller combattre aux côtés des Ukrainiens: 10 juin 2022: La propagande russe brandit en exemple le verdict de peine de mort prononcé jeudi 9 juin à l’encontre de trois combattants étrangers à Donetsk, une menace qui planerait sur tous ceux qui voudraient aller combattre aux côtés des Ukrainiens, selon France24 - 10 juin 2022: C'est l'un des chapitres les plus sanglants de la guerre en Ukraine raconté avec les mots et les dessins d'un garçon de huit ans. Iegor a tenu un journal intime secret à Marioupol, au moment où la ville tombait sous la coupe des forces russes
10 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 10 June 2022: ‘Battles for every house and street’ raging in Severdonetsk according to Governor, as Ukraine’s military intelligence believes that Russia can continue its war for another year, warning that Kyiv is significantly outgunned on the frontlines, saying 'therefore everything now depends on what weapons the Western partners give us', as Ukraine says it has attacked Russian positions in Kherson, as UN rights office raises alarm over death sentence verdicts, saying 'such trials against prisoners of war amount to a war crime', as NATO’s deputy secretary-general says he believes Sweden and Finland will join the transatlantic military alliance despite objections from Turkey, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 107th day of Putin's war crimes
11 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 June 2022: Ukraine hopes joining EU's common customs and payment areas will be next steps of its EU integration, as Japan to send water purifiers to Odesa, as EU chief visits wounded Ukrainian soldiers, as USA ambassador visits restored bridge in Stoyanka, as Ukraine's Armed Forces repel Russian assault in two areas, as Ukraine, EU will be able to quickly rebuild country after war, according to president Zelensky, as UN commission investigating Russian war crimes arrives in Ukraine 18:39 Ukraine beat Armenia in UEFA Nations League, as Ukrainian defense officials meet with UK defense secretary, as decision on Ukraine's membership will be crucial for the EU as well, says Zelensky, as president’s Office says Ukraine was in fact preparing for Russian invasion, following USA president Biden's description, as Prague confirms first Czech volunteer soldier killed in Ukraine, as Russia blocking supply of medicines to occupied territories, as SBU nabs group spotting Russian strikes on Dnipro, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 108th day of Putin's war crimes
11 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 June 2022: Ukrainian military repels Russian offensive northwest of Sloviansk, according to the Ukrainian General Staff, as part of Donetsk Oblast without electricity due to Russian shelling, as president Zelensky calls for 7th EU sanctions package against Russia, as Ukraine still controls one-third of Sievierodonetsk, according to mayor Oleksandr Striuk, as another foreign fighter - a captured South Korean national who fought to defend Ukraine - to face show trial in Russian-occupied Donetsk, as up to 300,000 tonnes of grain in warehouses destroyed by Russia, according to minister Taras, as 4 civilians found dead under rubble after Russian shelling in Kharkiv Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 108th day of Putin's war crimes
11 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 June 2022: EU decision on Ukraine’s request to join expected next week, as UK says Russia attempting to ‘overwhelm’ Ukrainian forces in Sievierodonetsk with artillery, as USA president Biden says warnings of Russian invasion not heeded, and Volodymyr Zelenskiy 'didn’t want to hear' America’s warnings of a Russian invasion, even unnecessarily adding - speaking to reporters in Los Angeles - they had data to sustain the assessment, as Ukraine’s high casualty rate - due to lack of suitable defensive weapons and insufficient international resistance against Putin's brutality and war crimes - could bring war to tipping point, as Ukraine’s prosecutor general has learned of the death of 24 more children in Mariupol, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 108th day of Putin's war crimes
11 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 108th day of Putin's war crimes: 11 June 2022: The Ukrainian army is running out of ammunition as it engages in intense artillery battles with Russian forces, Mykolaiv's regional governor says, as Vitaly Kim is urging Western allies to speed up the delivery of long range weapons and ammunition, as 'intense street to street fighting is ongoing' in Severodonetsk, according to the UK’s Ministry of Defence, with both sides suffering high casualties, as Ukraine is doing everything possible to save three foreign nationals sentenced to death by a Russian proxy court, a lawmaker says, as UK’s Ministry of Defence earlier said Russian forces have not made advances into the south of Severodonetsk city, but both sides are likely suffering high numbers of casualties, as UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson urges government's ministers to do 'everything in their power' to secure the release of the two Britons sentenced to death for fighting Russian forces, also saying Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner were fighting with the Ukrainian army and their sentencing is an 'egregious breach' of the Geneva Conventions, as president Zelensky says stopping Russian invasion crucial for whole world, the 'BBC' reports on the 108th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
12 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 June 2022: Russia sowing fear, panic to make Ukraine surrender, defense chief says, as British company to hand 10 sapper robots over to Ukraine,as Ukraine Army repulses Russian assault effort in Sloviansk direction, as WTO members express solidarity with Ukraine, vow assistance, as support for Ukraine must continue according to Finland’s president, as Ambassador Melnyk to Germany on Marder supplies, as - concerning Russia’s war crimes - UN International Commission visits Kyiv Region, as Ukraine establishes two grain export routes via Romania, Poland, as two districts shelled with Russian MLRS in Dnipropetrovsk Region, woman killed, as Russia’s missile strikes on Ternopil Region damaging houses, as National Guard serviceman downs Russian UAV in Sievierodonetsk, as Russian flag disappears from flagpole in occupied Kakhovka, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 109th day of Putin's war crimes
12 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 June 2022: Ukrainian forces holding off Russian attacks throughout Donbas, as Russian attacks have been beaten back in the area of Dovhenke, Mazanivka and Dolyna near Slovyansk in Donetsk Oblast according to Ukraine’s General Staff, as UN commission investigates Russia's war crimes in Kyiv Oblast, its first mission in Ukraine until June 16 after the UN Council voted in May to launch an investigation into alleged human rights violations and humanitarian law violations by Russian troops in Ukraine, as UK intelligence says Russia to deploy reserve battalions in Ukraine, as over 50,000 people came back to Ukraine by train within a month, amid a growing number of Ukrainians coming back to their country, after 5.3 million Ukrainian citizens have left for the EU since the start of the Russian invasion, as Russian troops destroy second of three bridges to Sievierodonetsk, as Germany blocks Spain from sending Leopard tanks to Ukraine, according to 'Der Spiegel', as Ukraine’s metallurgical production down by almost 50% in 5 months of 2022, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 109th day of Putin's war crimes
12 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 June 2022: Fierce fighting in Sievierodonetsk as Russia seizes territory and prepares to send more troops in key city in eastern Ukraine after Azot chemical plant hit, as Russia using its overmatch to gradually win territory, as bodies of Ukrainian fighters killed in siege of Azovstal still awaiting retrieval from Mariupol, as a former British soldier Jordan Gatley killed fighting Russian forces in Ukraine, as Ukrainians who fled to Georgia reveal details of ‘filtration camps’, as Moroccan sentenced to death a victim of ‘games’, friends say, , 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 109th day of Putin's war crimes
13 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 June 2022: According to Luhansk military administration's Serhiy Haidai all bridges across Donets destroyed, but Sievierodonetsk not blocked, as USA ambassador meets with Ukraine's Reznikov, Zaluzhny, with the intention to strengthen Ukraine on the battlefield, as Russians trying to encircle Ukrainian troops in Donetsk direction, as new graves appear in yards of Mariupol every day, as captured ‘DPR’ fighter admits he fired on houses in Sievierodonetsk from tank, as enemy shelling damages kindergarten in Dnipropetrovsk region, as six Russian Kalibr missile carriers deployed in Black Sea, as volunteer fighters from 55 countries joined International Legion, spokesperson says, as another mass grave found in Kyiv region 17:00 Fierce street-to-street fighting ongoing in center of Sievierodonetsk - Motuzianyk, as several villages near Pryluky being evacuated after Russian missile strike, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 110th day of Putin's war crimes
13 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 June 2022: 33 Ukrainian volunteer drivers, who were evacuating civilians from Mariupol and other cities, held captive by Russia for over 2 months, as government bans exports of Ukrainian coal, gas, oil fuel in a response to the ongoing fuel shortage in Ukraine caused by Russia’s attacks on energy infrastructure, supply, and storage, as for now police investigate deaths of over 12,000 Ukrainians during Russian invasion, as on June 13, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin fired Natalia Poklonskaya from her post of a deputy head of the Russian federal agency responsible for administering foreign aid and cultural exchange after she moderately criticized regime’s war against Ukraine, as Russian forces shell Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with Uragan rocket launchers, killing one, and injuring 5 people in an attack on the center of Zelenodolsk, as global nuclear arsenal to expand for first time since Cold War, according to SIPRI, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 110th day of Putin's war crimes
13 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 June 2022: mass civilian grave found in Kyiv region, as bodies of civilians found with their ‘hands tied and knees shot’, as Moscow regime using ‘weapons of mass destruction’ according to Finland's president, saying Russia using thermobaric bombs, as Ukraine asks west for huge rise in heavy artillery supply, calling on the west to supply 300 rocket launchers, 500 tanks and 1,000 howitzers before a key meeting on Wednesday, as Russia pounds Sievierodonetsk as fears grow for civilians, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 110th day of Putin's war crimes
13 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 110th day of Putin's war crimes: 13 June 2022: All three bridges to the embattled city of Severodonetsk have been destroyed according to regional governor Serhiy Haidai, saying this makes the evacuation of residents and the transportation of goods impossible, as residents who remain in the city are surviving under extremely difficult conditions with the city under heavy fire, as president Zelensky says Ukrainian troops are fighting for 'literally every metre' of the city still the focal point of the fighting in the eastern Donbas region, and as Ukrainian forces have been pushed out of the city centre because of Russia having a significant advantage in artillery according to Ukraine's military, as a pro-Russian separatist leader says Ukrainian troops in the eastern city must 'surrender or die' because 'there is no other option', as UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet has warned that the war in Ukraine risks plunging millions into food poverty across the globe, as a senior Ukrainian official says the country's grain harvest is likely to drop by almost half this year, following Putin regime's invasion, as up to 1,200 bodies found across Ukraine, including some found in mass graves, have not yet been identified, the head of the national police says, the 'BBC' reports on the 110th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates - 13 June 2022: Russia earned nearly $100bn from oil and gas exports during the first 100 days of the war in Ukraine, as EU made up 61% of these imports, worth approximately $59bn, according to a CREA report, also saying as well as India, other countries that increased imports of Russian fuel included France, China, the UAE and Saudi Arabia, the 'BBC' reports
13 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 13 June 2022: Sweden has taken important steps to meet Turkey’s demands for approving Stockholm’s NATO membership application, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 110th day of Putin's war crimes
14 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 June 2022: EU considers offering Ukraine temporary grain storage capacities, as president Zelensky says we are fighting in Ukraine, we’re not interested in shelling civilians in Russia, as Russia cuts gas supplies through Nord Stream 1 by 40%, as Zelensky asks West to send Ukraine modern air defense systems, as air defense forces down Russian missile over Ivano-Frankivsk region, as president says if Ukraine receives from partners weapons it needs, Army will advance, as Russians start saving high-precision missiles, launching older, more destructive Soviet models, as UN records 4,432 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, as Russian military abduct vice principal of Kherson State University, as Ukrainian paratroopers bring Russia’s Orlan-10 UAV down to land, as Ukrainian military destroy 16 Russian troops, tank and helicopter in southern Ukraine, as thirty countries assist Ukraine with demining, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 111th day of Putin's war crimes
14 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 June 2022: A Russian missile was downed by Ukraine’s air defense over the town of Zolochiv on June 14 but its debris fell and damaged an infrastructure facility, wounding civilians including one child, as complete demining of Ukraine can take 5-10 years according to ministry’s spokesperson Alona Matvieieva, as Ukraine's air defense shoots down Russian missile over Khmelnytskyi Oblast, several missiles over Ternopil Oblast, and over village of Zolochiv, Lviv Oblast, as 'Wikipedia' appeals against Russian order to remove information about war, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 110th day of Putin's war crimes
14 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 June 2022: Guardian reporters among dozens of British journalists barred from Russia, as Sievierodonetsk evacuation continues despite loss of bridges, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 111th day of Putin's war crimes
14 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 111th day of Putin's war crimes: 14 June 2022: Russia says it will give Ukrainian fighters holed up in a chemical plant in the encircled city of Severodonetsk a chance to surrender, as civilians will be transported to the separatist region of Luhansk, the Russian army says, as in the UK, the foreign secretary says she will do 'whatever necessary' to free two Britons sentenced to death after fighting in Ukraine and as Aiden Aslin, Shaun Pinner, and Moroccan Saaudun Brahim deny charges of being mercenaries, as 29 UK-based journalists, including Clive Myrie and Orla Guerin, have been banned from entering Russia, the 'BBC' reports on the 111th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
14 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 14 June 2022: The capacity of Gazprom’s Nord Stream 1 pipeline to supply gas to Europe is partly constrained as sanctions make it impossible for equipment supplier Siemens Energy to return a turbine being maintained in Canada, as Putin likely still wants much, if not all, of Ukraine, Pentagon official says, as Ukrainian forces advance in occupied Kherson, as Russia says will restrict budget data in response to Western sanctions, as Russian shelling kills one, wounds five in Kharkiv, as Russian forces kidnap three in Zaporizhzhia, say officials, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 111th day of Putin's war crimes
15 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 June 2022: USA announces new $1B assistance package for Ukraine, as western Balkan countries to restore houses destroyed by Russians in Irpin, as USA's defense minister Austin says 'Defense Contact Group' takes into account all Ukraine’s urgent needs on battlefield, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces repulse assault on Toshkivka, battle for Sievierodonetsk ongoing, as enemy strikes Dnipropetrovsk region with Uragan MLRS, as Pentagon chief calls for additional assistance to Ukraine at Defense Contact Group Meeting, as countries in EU candidate status - including Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia - support Ukraine, as president Zelensky invites Czech Republic to join reconstruction of Ukraine, as Russians fire on Mykolayiv damaging four- story block with one person injured, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 112th day of Putin's war crimes
15 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 June 2022: Russia's damage to Ukraine's agriculture reached $4 billion, as destruction or partial damage to agricultural land is worth $ 2.1 billion, as approximately 2.4 million hectares of winter crops worth $1.4 billion will remain unharvested due to occupation, ongoing warfare, and mine contamination, and as the cost of replacing and repairing damaged agricultural machinery accounts for $1 billion, as police say they prevented terrorist attack on Ukraine’s leadership, as Russian troops shell Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with Uragan rocket launchers, as Russia shells Mykolaiv, casualties reported, as Romanian president says Ukraine must be granted EU candidate status ‘as soon as possible', as Nato's Jens Stoltenberg confirms Zelensky to be invited to next NATO summit in Madrid on June 28-29, as Russian shelling of settlements in Kharkiv Oblast injures 7 civilians, as nearly two-thirds of Ukrainian children have been internally displaced or fled the country, according to UNICEF’s Regional Director for Europe and Central Asia Afshan Khan, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 112th day of Putin's war crimes
15 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 15 June 2022: Ukraine ‘still holds’ Sievierodonetsk’s industrial area, mayor says, as UN warns thousands are trapped, as Oleksandr Stryuk says Ukraine controls key city’s perimeter, making connection with neighbouring city possible while UN warns of urgent situation, as Ukraine ‘still holds industrial area of Sievierodonetsk’ according to mayor, as Ukraine ignores Russian ultimatum to surrender Sievierodonetsk, as USA to build temporary silos on Ukraine border to export grain, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 112th day of Putin's war crimes
15 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 112th day of Putin's war crimes: 15 June 2022: Thousands of civilians are trapped in the Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk with a diminishing supply of water, the UN tells the BBC, saying an urgent situation is developing in the bunkers beneath the Azot chemical plant where hundreds of civilians are taking shelter, as Russia has pledged to spend the day evacuating civilians holed up in the plant, though it's not clear if it's stopped attacks in the city, as USA has pledged another $1bn of weapons aid to Ukraine according to government, as Nato has said the spike in global food prices is a direct consequence of the war, and not sanctions against Russia as Moscow claims, as Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg also says the alliance will continue to supply Ukraine with heavy weapons, as Ukrainian president Zelensky has called on the EU to strengthen its sanctions package against Russia, the 'BBC' reports on the 112th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
16 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 June 2022: France, Germany will never be negotiators behind Ukraine's back, Macron says, as UN says 4,481 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, also monitored by the organization founded in World War II to prevent further wars, as Ukraine will decide when and on what terms to end war, Macron says, as responsibility for war against Ukraine lies solely with Putin and Russia, Nato's Jens Stoltenberg says, as Ukraine's EU candidate status could be key decision in early 21st century, Ukrainian president Zelensky says, also saying Russia looking for new ways to intimidate Europe, as France, Germany, Italy, Romania support granting Ukraine EU candidate status, as Macron said after visiting Irpin 'we saw a devastated city and a mark of barbarism', as Russians moving their families into homes of Ukrainians who fled from Kherson, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 113th day of Putin's war crimes
16 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 June 2022: French president Macron denies Ukraine will be asked to concede anything making the comment during a joint press conference in Kyiv, after last month president Zelensky said that Macron asked him to make concessions concerning Ukraine’s sovereignty in an attempt to end the war, and after Macron has previously stated that Russia should not be 'humiliated' and given 'a way out', as Ukrainian forces beat back two Russian assaults toward Sloviansk, Bakhmut in Donetsk Oblast while continuous artillery fire has been reported across much of the front line along with Russian airstrikes, and as the General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces said that Russian losses are spoiling plans to push quickly into Ukraine, as Netherlands' secret service prevents Russian spy from working for ICC, as Russia moves its citizens to occupied territories in Ukraine, as Russian airstrike kills at least 3 people, wounds 7 in Lysychansk, Luhansk Oblast, as up to 1,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed or injured daily amid heavy fighting against a brutal aggressor, as children born after February 24 in occupied Kherson Oblast will be forced to get Russian citizenship, as Russian missile attack on Sumy Oblast kills at least 4 people, injures 6, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 113th day of Putin's war crimes
16 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 16 June 2022: Putin regime's artillery fire making civilian evacuation from Sievierodonetsk plant ‘impossible’, as bombardment of Azot plant is trapping hundreds of civilians inside, local governor says, as Europe's Draghi, Macron and Scholz visit Ukraine, as hundreds of Ukrainian refugees left homeless in England, as plan needed to make Russia pay reparations to Ukrainians, according to UK thinktank, but international courts not in a position to award compensation and most expensive UN would have no enforcement power and no political will with a divided Security Council, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 113th day of Putin's war crimes
16 June 2022 EU press is covering the French, German and Italian leaders' visit to Kyiv: 16 June 2022: European press is covering the French, German and Italian leaders' visit to Kyiv, France24 reports - 16 juin 2022: L'Ukraine, un pays à reconstruire, conseillère Olexandra Azarkina explique - 16 June 2022: Railway carriages in the Kyiv suburb of Irpin have been converted into temporary accommodation to house some of the many people whose homes have been destroyed during Russia's invasion of Ukraine, France24 reports
17 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 June 2022: Britain wants to give Ukraine “strategic endurance”, as heavy weapons, air defense, security guarantees on agenda of Zelensky’s meeting with UK's PM Johnson, as positive attitudes towards refugees in the world are growing, as Pentagon publishes full list of security assistance to Ukraine, as Russian soldiers, officers desert, trying to flee war in Ukraine according to intercept, as former head of Russian defense giant found dead outside Moscow, as Russian media exploiting Lavrov’s interview with the BBC to spread propaganda, as sowing campaign completed in Ukraine, as UN records 4,509 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, as Ukrainian military shoot down enemy UAV not listed as in service with Russian army, as defense ministry says Russians attempt to encircle Ukrainian forces in Sievierodonetsk, Lysychansk, as 1,023 Ukrainian settlements liberated from Russian invaders, as Ukraine Army turns Russian tugboat into ‘floating bonfire’, 70% of crew members hit, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 114th day of Putin's war crimes
17 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 June 2022: Ukrainian forces liberate village near Russian-occupied Izium in Kharkiv Oblast, as evacuation from Azot chemical plant currently impossible, as Belarusian regime continues to keep Ukraine on high alert by conducting military drills near border, as European Commission recommends granting Ukraine candidate status, and a grewing number of EU member states in favor of granting EU candidate status to Ukraine, as death toll in Mykolayiv missile attack up to 2, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 114th day of Putin's war crimes
17 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 17 June 2022: UK PM says Britain will work to free grain being ‘held hostage’ by Putin, as Russian regime's aggressor accuses west of trying to ‘crush Russian economy’, as UK's PM Boris Johnson promises Ukraine UK-led troop training scheme, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 114th day of Putin's war crimes
18 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 June 2022: Russian strike hits oil depot in Dnipropetrovsk region injuring three people, as Lysychansk remains Ukrainian controlled,and heavy battles in Metiolkine reported, as Kharkiv Region’s gas processing enterprise hit with Russian missiles, as Russian troops suffer significant losses in Sloviansk direction General Staff says, as more than 10 bcm of natural gas accumulated in Ukrainian underground storage facilities, as five more civilians released from Russian captivity through prisoner swap, as president visits shooting range of Ministry of Internal Affairs in Odesa region, as Russian ships in Black Sea ready to launch 20 missiles, as two people injured in missile strike on Kryvyi Rih, as Ukrainian soldiers blocked at Azovstal had no weapons to fight back according to Azov Regiment, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces down Russian assault aircraft in Donetsk region, capture pilot, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 115th day of Putin's war crimes
18 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 June 2022: Russian military shelled gas processing plant near Izium in Kharkiv oblast, as European nuclear agency CERN to stop working with Russia, Belarus over war in Ukraine, as Russian-occupied Mariupol residents wait up to two weeks for free coffins, as food 40 percent more expensive in Russian-occupied territories of Luhansk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 115th day of Putin's war crimes
18 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 18 June 2022: President Zelenskiy visits frontline troops in Mykolaiv, saying ‘Ukraine will definitely win’, as UK with Ukraine ‘for the long haul’, says UK's PM Johnson, as rockets hit city in central Ukraine, as Germany investigates several hundred potential war crimes since February during Russia's assault, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 115th day of Putin's war crimes
18 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 115th day of Putin's war crimes: 18 June 2022: The Ukrainian president has visited the southern city of Mykolaiv during a working trip to the region, as during his nightly address the president said that paramedic Yuliya Payevska had been freed from Russian captivity, after she and her driver were captured in Mariupol in March, where she had been helping evacuate injured soldiers and civilians, UK PM Boris Johnson said that Ukrainians 'deserve' to host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest after winning this year's, though the organisers have said the UK could host instead, the 'BBC' reports on the 115th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
18 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 18 June 2022: Russia's Putin regime is sending a large number of reserve troops to Severodonetsk from other battle zones to try to gain full control of the frontline eastern city, the governor of Ukraine’s Luhansk region said, as Lithuanian authorities say a ban on the transit through their territory to the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad of goods that are subject to EU sanctions will take effect from Saturday, as Ukrainians have gathered at a central Kyiv monastery for the funeral of Roman Ratushny killed during fighting with Russian forces in eastern Ukraine, a well known figure of Ukraine’s 2014 pro-EU revolution, who was now killed on June 9 near Izyum in the eastern Kharkiv region, as Ukrainian authorities say that 'ierce battles' with Russia are raging in villages outside the eastern city of Severodonetsk, which Putin’s forces have been trying to seize control of for weeks, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 115th day of Putin's war crimes
19 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 June 2022: Italy's FM accuses own party of undermining efforts to support Ukraine, as Russians assaulting Sievierodonetsk, building up air defense in Kherson region, as Oleh Kutsyn, Karpatska Sich Battalion commander, killed on eastern front, as PM Shmyhal says Ukraine meets significant number of criteria for EU candidates, as parliament ratifies amendments to Ukraine–UK cooperation agreement, as invaders detain, beat men in Kherson region, as Russian invaders extensively fire at Kharkiv, spread disinformation, as USA ambassador Brink says Ukraine won’t fail, and we will continue to support Ukraine for as long as it takes, as Melitopol mayor says Ukrainian forces advance over 10km towards the city, as Russians fire at Huliaipole community, damaging houses, shop and oil mill, as 11 Russian troops, three military equipment units destroyed in southern Ukraine, as Ukraine bans book imports from Russia, Belarus, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 116th day of Putin's war crimes
19 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 June 2022: Ukrainian troops repel Russian offensive near Berestove, Donetsk Oblast, as Russia is preparing for an offensive towards the city of Sloviansk in Donetsk Oblast according to Ukraine’s General Staff, as Moldova bans Russian news, war films to counter propaganda, as Russian attacks on Mykolaiv Oblast wound 16 people, as Russia forcibly deports 300,000 Ukrainian children, as Russia fires mortars on Sumy Oblast from its territory twice over past 24 hours, as Ukraine’s military says Russia reinforces Black Sea fleet, as Russian forces threaten resistance with death penalty in Zaporizhzhia Oblast, as civilian vessels from 14 countries remain at ports in Odesa Oblast, as governor Maksym Marchenko said 39 civilian vessels remain moored due to ongoing Russian aggression, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 116th day of Putin's war crimes
19 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 19 June 2022: Moscow ‘trying to make Kharkiv a frontline city’, as adviser to interior minister gives warning after Amnesty accused Russia of war crimes in country’s second largest city, as Russia-Ukraine war could last for years, say western leaders, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 116th day of Putin's war crimes
19 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 116th day of Putin's war crimes: 19 June 2022: The West must prepare to continue supporting Ukraine in a war lasting for years, Nato's Secretary-General has warned, as Jens Stoltenberg said the costs of war were high, but the price of letting Moscow achieve its military goals was even greater,as UK PM Boris Johnson has also warned of a longer-term conflict, the 'BBC' reports on the 116th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
20 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 June 2022: Ukrainian president Zelensky to address NATO summit in Madrid via video link, as Stefanishyna says full consensus among EU leaders on candidate status for Ukraine, as PACE president urges members not to get used to war in Ukraine, as USA's Biden says Ukraine's membership of EU 'very likely', as Zelensky sees Italy as guarantor of Ukraine's security, as more than 1,500 civilians held in Russian captivity, as only 11% of Ukrainians planning to take vacation this summer, as Russian army trying to gather forces for renewed attack on Kharkiv , as Hungary to support EU candidate status for Ukraine, as Ukrainian PM, Austrian chancellor discuss green corridors for Ukrainian food exports, as Africa held hostage by Russia's war in Ukraine, Zelensky says, as UN records 4,569 civilians killed in Ukraine since Russian invasion started, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 117th day of Putin's war crimes
20 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 June 2022: Deputy PM Iryna Vereshchuk urges residents to leave occupied Kherson Oblast ahead of counteroffensive, as more than half of humanitarian corridors have failed to open due to violations by Russia, as Ukrainian military repels Russian offensive near Sievierodonetsk, Luhansk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 117th day of Putin's war crimes
20 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 20 June 2022: Moscow's Putin regime gathers ‘virtually all its forces’ to storm settlements near Sievierodonetsk, as Ukrainian deputy defence minister says Russia aims to reach Luhansk borders by Sunday, as crimes against civilians and the scale of abuse in Ukraine documented by survivor and witness accounts, cross-checked with information from prosecutors, showing how violence has been integral to the Russian campaign, as threatening Putin's regime condemns Lithuania transit ban on some goods to Kaliningrad, banned on an EU sanctions list across its territory, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 117th day of Putin's war crimes
21 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 June 2022: 'Nazi hunter' to lead USA Justice Department team to uncover war crimes in Ukraine, Ukrainian president says Spanish PM discuss upcoming NATO summit in Madrid, as Luxembourg PM assures Ukraine of support, as Russians preparing offensive in Bakhmut direction, heavy firefights ongoing in Siverodonetsk, as Russian soldiers concerned about possible encirclement according to intercept, as Ukraine receives from Germany first batch of Panzerhaubitze artillery units, as Russian missile destroys one of college buildings in Kharkiv, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 118th day of Putin's war crimes
21 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 June 2022: 15 civilians killed, 16 injured as a result of Russian shelling of Kharkiv Oblast on June 21, according to Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Synehubov, as USA announces a War Crimes Accountability team to prosecute those who commit war crimes in Ukraine, as European Investment Bank chief says Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction may cost $1.1 trillion, as Russia’s newest nuclear-capable ICBM Sarmat will be deployed for duty this year, with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin saying on June 21 that Russia would further strengthen its armed forces, 'taking into account potential threats and risks', as Germany blocks Slovak tank supplies to Ukraine according to German publication Business Insider, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 118th day of Putin's war crimes
21 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 21 June 2022: 'Significant losses' to Russian forces in Snake Island airstrikes, says Ukraine, as Ukraine southern operational command says it launched ‘aimed strikes’ at troops on Zmiinyi Island, as Eastern Donbas ‘extremely difficult’ for Ukrainians as Russia intensifies attacks, and as Luhansk governor says 568 civilians are holed up in chemical plant and Lysychansk being shelled ‘en masse’, as Russian troops have captured the frontline village of Toshkivka near the twin cities of Sievierodonetsk and Lysychansk in the Donbas region, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 118th day of Putin's war crimes
21 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 118th day of Putin's war crimes: 21 June 2022: Russia has warned Lithuania of 'serious' consequences after it banned the rail transfer of some goods to the territory of Kaliningrad, saying the Putin regime in its war against independent and democratic Ukraine 'will certainly respond to such hostile actions', as Lithuania says it is only following the EU sanctions imposed over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. Kaliningrad - a strategic region where Russia's Baltic Fleet is headquartered - has no border with mainland Russia, was annexed from defeated German empire after its World War II in 1945, and is in the 21st century bordered by EU and Nato members Lithuania and Poland, as the eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetskhas been subjected to heavy shelling by Russian forces, Putin's regime says it has repelled an attempt by Ukraine's forces to retake Snake Island in the Black Sea, the 'BBC' reports on the 118th day of Putin's war crimes with live updates
22 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 June 2022: Five people killed in Russian mortar attack on village in Kharkiv region, as Nobel Peace Prize winners arrive in Ukraine, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel assault in Novobakhmutivka area, battle of Sievierodonetsk ongoing, as USA Department of State says Russia’s disinformation cannot hide its responsibility for global food crisis, as Ukraine set to implement European Commission’s recommendations by year-end, as Zaluzhny, Yermak thank USA for comprehensive support for Ukraine,as Zelensky thanks Czech Republic for supporting Ukraine's EU bid as Deputy PM Stefanishyna says Ukraine may get EU candidate status tomorrow evening, as Zelensky says we remember WWII victims and believe in new victory, as seven missiles fired at Mykolaiv damaging houses, enterprises, with casualties reported, as Sweden to support Ukraine's European perspective at EU summit, as enemy advancing on Sievierodonetsk from several directions according to Ukrainian Defense Ministry, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 119th day of Putin's war crimes
22 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 June 2022: Russia intensifies airstrikes in Donbas, as on June 22, Putin's airforce hit several settlements near the city of Sievierodonetsk, Luhansk Oblast according to Ukraine's General Staff, saying they also carried out several airstrikes on seven villages near the city of Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, as five women killed in Russian mortar attack on village of Pryshyb, Kharkiv Oblast, as volunteers keep Donbas running through its darkest hours, as online map of sites destroyed by Russian troops launched, as deputy PM says Ukraine can fulfill conditions of European Commission by year-end, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 119th day of Putin's war crimes
22 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 June 2022: Head of Finnish armed forces talks up nation’s military capacity, saying Finland ready to fight if attacked, as footage shows drone crashing into oil refinery inside Russia’s borders, as Putin regime's army bears down on Lysychansk, targeting police, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 119th day of Putin's war crimes
23 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 June 2022: Ukraine recording 200-300 Russian war crimes every day according to deputy PM Venediktova, as Ukraine Army repels attack near Lysychansk, enemy suffers losses, as enemy forces use phosphorus bombs to shell Sumy region, as president Zelensky says Russians apply “primitive” scorched earth tactics, as Ukraine Army forced to do maneuverable defense, commander-in-Chief says, as French, German lawmakers urge Europe to revise energy strategy, get rid of Russia dependence, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 120th day of Putin's war crimes
23 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 June 2022: Russia shells villages in Sumy Oblast with phosphorus munitions, as Russia's invasion causes over $6 billion worth of environmental damage, as USA to send additional military aid to Ukraine, including artillery systems, as Russian oil refinery formerly owned by Medvedchuk’s wife ablaze in Rostov region, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 120th day of Putin's war crimes
23 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 June 2022: Three cruise missiles reportedly hit Mykolaiv, as Russian news agency says British citizens and Moroccan sentenced to death preparing appeal, as EU to decide on Ukraine candidate status ('The Guardian' reports live), as Finland ready to fight Russian attack, says armed forces chief, as British man facing death sentence told ‘Time is running out’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 120th day of Putin's war crimes - 23 June 2022: The battle for two key cities in eastern Ukraine is edging towards 'a fearsome climax', adviser to the Ukrainian president Oleksiy Arestovych has said, adding that enemy forces had captured Loskutivka, a settlement to the south of Lysychansk, which threatened to isolate Ukrainian troops - 23 June 2022: Russian navy ordered to lay mines at Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, says USA, as declassified intelligence claims operation is part of Russia’s blockade of Ukrainian grain exports, which threatens to trigger a global famine
23 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 120th day of Putin's war crimes: 23 June 2022: Ukrainians wait for EU summit decision on candidacy, the 'BBC' says on the 120th day of Putin's war crimes after reporting with live updates earlier on Thursday
24 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 June 2022: Putin must simply issue order to stop war, pull troops according to EU, as Ukraine Army repulses enemy assault near Lysychansk, pushes Russians back in Kherson region, as European Council approves EUR 9B in aid for Ukraine, as Germany's Scholz calls on world to keep up pressure on Russia, as invaders take out all old harvest grain from Melitopol silos, as Russian soldier to be put on trial for torturing nine hostages in Irpin, as one civilian killed in Russia’s shelling of Kostiantynivka, two rescued from under rubble, as Russians attempt to encircle Ukrainian forces near Lysychansk, as G7 Foreign Ministers assure Ukraine of military assistance for as long as necessary, as USA officials release images showing damage to Ukrainian grain silos caused by Russian attacks, as Russians abduct relatives of Ukrainian servicemen within occupied areas, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 121st day of Putin's war crimes
24 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 June 2022: USA multiple rocket launchers will be in Ukraine by mid-July, as Russian soldier to face trial on charges of torturing 9 hostages in Irpin, as Ukraine pushes back Russian troops in Kherson Oblast, as at least 3 killed, 2 injured in Donetsk Oblast due to Russian shelling on the morning of June 24, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 121st day of Putin's war crimes
24 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 June 2022: Ukrainian government orders troops to pull out of Sievierodonetsk as fears grow Lysychansk also set to fall after control of city has been heavily contested but Ukraine fears troops will become encircled if they do not withdraw, as the question emerge why the west risks condemning Ukraine to slow strangulation, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 121st day of Putin's war crimes
24 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 121st day of Putin's war crimes: 24 June 2022: Ukrainian forces have been ordered to withdraw from Severodonetsk, after the eastern city has endured weeks of bombardmen by Russian forces as a Ukrainian retreat would be significant because it would leave all of Luhansk under Russian control, except for the city of Lysychansk, the 'BBC' reports on the 121st day of Putin's war crimes
25 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 June 2022: Mykolaiv mayor shows damage caused by Russian missile attack, as Sievierodonetsk under Russian occupation, civilians leave bomb shelters at Azot plant, as Russian strike damages nuclear installation in Kharkiv, as threat of Russian strikes with 16 more Kalibr missiles from sea remains, as massive missile attack is attempt to intimidate Ukraine, Podolyak says, as PM Shmyhal thanks Canada for law on confiscation and transfer of Russian assets to Ukraine, as Zelensky calls on every Ukrainian to work daily to achieve victory, as Moldova will join EU sanctions against Russia according to parliament speaker, as two Russian helicopters fire on border areas of Sumy region, as Ukraine’s Air Force units down another Russia’s Orlan UAV, as Ukraine continues to prosecute collaborators opening 830 cases so far, as FM Kuleba speaks words of support to Moldova amid new Russian threats, as retired journalist luckily escapes Kherson after Russian fascists break her spine for refusing to leave passport behind, as Moldovian president Sandu plans to come to Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 122th day of Putin's war crimes
25 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 June 2022: Russia’s shelling damages subcritical nuclear reactor in Kharkiv, as the shelling also damaged the buildings of Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology, where the 'Neutron Source' subcritical nuclear reactor is based, as explosions reported in Russian-occupied Svatove, Luhansk Oblast, as Russian helicopters launch missiles on border settlement in Sumy Oblast, as defense intelligence says overnight airstrike on Ukraine from Belarus is Russia’s attempt to draw Belarus into war, as Luhansk governor says Russian occupying forces shell Azot plant, neighboring villages in Luhansk Oblast, as Russia launches five missiles on Chernihiv Oblast from Belarus, as Russian forces fire on communities in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, as Putin regime fires 6 missiles at Lviv Oblast from Black Sea, as Ukrainian prosecutors say Russia’s war has killed at least 339 children in Ukraine since February 2022, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 122th day of Putin's war crimes
25 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 June 2022: Major shake-up in Russian high command, Ukrainian troops withdraw from Sievierodonetsk, as UK military says key Kremlin generals replaced and that Ukrainian defence of Donbas cities being ‘reconfigured’, as Putin regime launches widespread shelling and airstrikes, as sixty-mile strip on edge of Poland and Lithuania is seen as vulnerable due to its position between Russian exclave of Kaliningrad - bristling with weapons, including hypersonic missiles - and Belarus, as inhabitants of the EU border region express their fear saying 'the Russians could come any time', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 122th day of Putin's war crimes
25 June 2022 France24 reports with live updates: 25 June 2022: Erdogan signals no progress on Sweden's NATO bid, Turkish presidency says, as street clashes in key Ukraine city Lysychansk reported by pro-Russian separatists, France24 reports with live updates - 25 juin 2022: Si la Russie s'est vue contrainte de renoncer début avril à la prise de Kiev, les sanctions occidentales ne l’ont, jusqu’ici, pas empêchée de poursuivre son opération militaire dans l’est et le sud de l’Ukraine. De leur côté, les États-Unis et l’Europe accentuent toujours les mesures d'isolation de Moscou ainsi que l'aide militaire à l'armée ukrainienne, tentant tant bien que mal d'en juguler l'impact sur leurs économies, selon France24 - 25 juin 2022: Le maire de Severodonetsk a annoncé que la ville était 'entièrement occupée' par l'armée russe. Plus tôt dans la journée, des missiles ont été tirés depuis la Biélorussie, alliée 'diplomatique' du régime Poutine, en direction de la région frontalière de Tchernihiv en Ukraine, au nord-est de Kiev, a affirmé samedi l'armée ukrainienne, selon France24 en direct
26 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 June 2022: Deployment of air defense systems in Ukraine should be part of NATO's strategy, Ukraine's defense minister Reznikov says, as Ukraine has become ‘test site’ for Russian missiles according to Air Force Command spokesman, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces inflict heavy casualties on enemy in Bakhmut direction, as there is opportunity to turn tide in war in Ukraine, Johnson and Macron reportedly believe, as about 30,000 Crimean Tatars have fled peninsula since 2014, as Russians have launched about 500 strikes on civilian infrastructure this week, as body of dead man removed from rubble in Kyiv, as Russia exports at least 400,000 tonnes of grain from Ukraine according to Ukrainian agriculture ministry, as rescuers put out fire in apartment building in Kyiv damaged by Russian missile strike, as Ukraine's Kuleba, Truss say 'we must ignore the defeatist voices who propose to sell out Ukraine', as one killed, five injured by Russian missile strikes in Cherkasy region, as USA's Biden says missile strikes on Kyiv another case of Russian barbarism, as missile strike on Sarny killed four people, injured nine, as G7 should strengthen sanctions against Russia after missile strikes on Kyiv, according to head of the president's office Andriy Yermak, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 123th day of Putin's war crimes
26 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 June 2022: Russian invaders making ‘business on blood’ in occupied Enerhodar as Russian occupying forces are reportedly demanding a ransom of $1,700 for the release of the hostages, as Agriculture Ministry says Russia has stolen at least 400,000 tons of grain since February 24, as Ukrainian troops destroy Russian column, 2 command posts with USA rocket launchers, as Russia reportedly increasing its military presence in Belarus, as Russia conducting covert mobilization campaign, according to Defense Ministry's intelligence, as State Emergency Service says Russian missile strike on Kyiv killed at least 1 person, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 123th day of Putin's war crimes
26 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 June 2022: G7 leaders gather in Germany to discuss energy and food crisis at Bavarian retreat, as a price cap on Russian oil, deferral of climate change commitments, a potential famine in Africa and the further supply of weapons to Ukraine are to crowd into a meeting of G7 leaders over the next three days, as Russian missiles strike Ukraine's capital Kyiv - a European capital city like Berlin, London, Paris - for first time in three weeks, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 123th day of Putin's war crimes
26 June 2022 European capital city Kyiv targeted by Putin's missiles: 26 June 2022: Ukraine's capital Kyiv - a European capital city like Berlin, Bruxelles, London, Paris etc. - was hit by four Russian missile strikes early on Sunday, targeting residential buildings and a kindergarten before planned Nato summit on Tuesday. Columns of smoke rose over the central Shevchenkivskyi district, home to a cluster of universities, restaurants and art galleries, as Kyiv’s mayor Vitali Klitschko called the crime an attempt to 'intimidate Ukrainians' before a Nato summit in Madrid, demonstrating the helplessness of powerful democracies given the fact of bogarted Soviet nuclear weapons. The area was previously hit on 28 April in a similar way while the UN secretary general was visiting the city, 'The Guardian' reports.
26 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 26 June 2022: Russian strikes hit a residential building and a kindergarten’s compound in the center of Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, as two Russian missiles struck near the central Ukrainian city of Cherkasy killing one person and wounding five others, the regional authorities said, as latest missile strikes by Russia on Kyiv show that international sanctions should be more aggressive and include an EU embargo on Russian gas according to Ukraine president’s chief of staff, as Russia to send Belarus nuclear-capable missiles within months, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 123th day of Putin's war crimes
27 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 June 2022: Russia struggling to find hundreds of imported parts for its aircraft fleet, Ukrainian intelligence says, as Moldova doing everything to ensure that Transnistria poses no threat, as G7 leaders in solidarity over capping price for Russian oil, as in captured Henichesk, Russians keep abducted Ukrainians in basement, forcing them to praise Putin, as senior advisor urges journalists to keep martial law in mind, 'Don’t do generous favors to Russia', as Ukraine court seizes property of Russian companies worth UAH 4.5B, as in the afternoon first data on Kremenchuk mall casualties include two dead, 20 injured in Russian missile strike, as president Zelensky, Sandu hold meeting in Kyiv, as Russian invaders open fire on civilians during evacuation in Kharkiv Region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 124th day of Putin's war crimes
27 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 June 2022: Death toll of Russian missile attack on Kremenchuk shopping mall rises to 10, according to Poltava Oblast governor Dmytro Lunin reporting that more than 40 other people have been injured, as intelligence says more missiles will be launched from Belarus in future, as Russian troops occupy homes of evacuated Sievierodonetsk residents, as NATO to enhance battlegroups on eastern flank due to Russian threat, as EU provides Ukraine with equipment to protect against chemical, nuclear threats, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 124th day of Putin's war crimes
27 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 June 2022: At least 10 citizens killed after Putin regime's missile strike hits busy shopping centre in Kremenchuk, as president Volodymyr Zelenskiy says over 1,000 civilians were inside at time of attack, as Nato to put 300,000 troops on high alert over Russia threat, as president Zelenskiy meets G7 leaders, and as USA plans to offer air defence system, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 124th day of Putin's war crimes
27 June 2022 Kremenchuk missile strike, a Russian missile attack on the Amstor mall: 27 June 2022: 'Russian occupiers launched missile strikes on a shopping mall with over 1,000 civilians inside. The shopping mall is on fire. Rescuers are extinguishing fire. It is impossible even to imagine the number of victims', president Zelensky wrote presenting a short video of the crime, adding 'No strategic value. Just the attempt of people to live a normal life, which angers the occupiers so much. Russia continues to displace its powerlessness on ordinary citizens. It is useless to hope for its adequacy and humanity'. - 27 June 2022 Kremenchuk missile strike, a Russian missile attack on the Amstor mall in Kremenchuk. According to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the destruction of civilians was carried out by Kh-22 missiles launched from Russian Tu-22 M3 bombers that took off from the Shaikovka airfield, and the missile was launched over the territory of the Kursk region
28 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 June 2022: Ukrainian FM Kuleba says Ukraine already working with EU on seventh package of sanctions, as Ukrainian troops repulse assaults in Slovyansk and Kharkiv directions, as president Zelensky says all branches of government have specific tasks for Ukraine's active movement towards EU, as Russian missile hit service station in Dnipro and people are trapped under rubble, as Russian missile strike damages military object, stadium, social infrastructure in Mykolayiv city, as EU starts delivery of over 90 off-road trucks to support Ukraine Army, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 125th day of Putin's war crimes
28 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 June 2022: Foreign ministers of Turkey, Finland and Sweden signed a trilateral memorandum confirming that Turkey will support the invitation of Finland and Sweden to become members of NATO, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 125th day of Putin's war crimes
28 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 June 2022: Rescuers search for survivors as at least 18 killed after a Russian strike on shopping centre in Kremenchuk, as Kremenchuk search continues and rescuers say ‘there could be children’, as USA bans import of new Russian gold, as response to Russia’s war in Ukraine dominates G7 summit, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 125th day of Putin's war crimes
28 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 125th day of Putin's war crimes: 28 June 2022: Nato's Jens Stoltenberg says sanctions against Russia are the price worth paying for freedom, as Western leaders gather for a Nato summit in Madrid, as the Nato chief acknowledges many in the West are paying higher energy prices as a result, but he warns the world will be more insecure if Russia wins in Ukraine, as leaders at the summit are expected to approve plans to increase the number of troops on high alert, coming after G7 leaders set out fresh measures against Russia during a separate summit in Germany, as in Ukraine, rescuers have stopped searching for survivors after the missile strike on the shopping centre in Kremenchuk that killed at least 18 people, the 'BBC' reports on the 125th day day of Putin's war crimes
29 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 June 2022: Ukraine, EU ink agreement on road freight transport, as Russian troops attack Odesa region with another 2 cruise missiles, as nine European nations to help restore Ukrainian culture sphere, as NATO's new Strategic Concept reaffirms ope-door policy for Ukraine, as Russia 'most significant and direct threat' according to NATO Strategic Concept 19:20 Indonesian President calls for doing everything possible to unblock Ukrainian grain exports, as Zelensky’s participation in G20 summit to depend on security situation in Ukraine, names of participants, as FM Kuleba says concerning NATO summit that alliance has proved it can take difficult, but essential decisions, as in a swap 144 servicemen, including 95 Azovstal defenders, return home , as Russians fire over 10 missiles at Mykolaiv and its outskirts 17:27 video Zelensky, Indonesia's Widodo hold meeting in Kyiv, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 126th day of Putin's war crimes
29 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 June 2022: Russian troops try to block Lysychansk, take control of the Lysychansk-Bakhmut highway, as Zelensky staffer says Ukraine keeps plans to join NATO, as 89% of Ukrainians reject conceding land to Russia to end war according to recent NORC and the Wall Street Journal polls, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 126th day of Putin's war crimes
29 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 June 2022: Nato calls Putin regime ‘the most direct threat to security and stability’ as it welcomes Finland and Sweden, as Ukraine says at least three people killed and five wounded after eight missiles hit southern city of Mykolaiv, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 126th day of Putin's war crimes
29 June 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 126th day of Putin's war crimes: 29 June 2022: World leaders from the Nato defence alliance declare Russia a 'direct threat' to their security at a summit in Madrid dominated by the war in Ukraine, as Nato's secretary general Stoltenberg also confirmed Nato is inviting Finland and Sweden to join the alliance after Turkey dropped its opposition Finland and Sweden, as Nato is boosting forces in eastern Europe to deter Russia, massively increasing troops available at short notice, and discussing more military help for Kyiv, as British PM Johnson is expected to call on member states to increase their military spending, but he is facing pressure at home to further boost the UK defence budget, as - meanwhile - at least three people have died in a Russian missile strike on a residential building in the southern city of Mykolaiv, as Ukraine's president Zelensky has called on the UN to recognise Russia as a terrorist state after Monday's strike on a shopping centre in Kremenchuk killed 20 citizens, the 'BBC' reports on the 126th day day of Putin's war crimes
29 June 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 29 June 2022: Battle for Lysychansk city grinds on, as Lysychansk is last eastern stronghold under Ukrainian control following retreat of Ukraine’s forces from Severodonetsk, as USA's president Biden announces military reinforcements across Europe, as Syria's Assad regime joins Russia in recognising Ukraine separatist republics, as Ukrainian president Zelenskyy says will join G20 in Bali depending on other ‘participants’ attending, as chip exports to Russia plunged by 90% after curbs, as Russian court lets opposition figure’s jail term stand, as Ukrainians search for 20 missing after Russia strikes mall, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 126th day of Putin's war crimes
29 June 2022 France24 reports with live updates: 29 June 2022: La guerre en Ukraine est au cœur du sommet de l'Otan à Madrid, mercredi, où plus de 40 chefs d'État et de gouvernement sont réunis pour discuter de l'avenir de l'Alliance, que Suède et Finlande vont pouvoir rejoindre après la levée du veto de la Turquie, selon France24 en direct - 29 June 2022: UNICEF's Executive Director Catherine Russell explains how in 2022 'children are facing cascading crises around the world' including more than 2-year covid pandemic, escalating climate change since decennies, on-going global conflicts, now in 2022 Putin's war in Europe against the Ukrainian people
30 June 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 June 2022: Russian troops reach outskirts of Lysychansk but no street fighting yet, as Ukraine Army repels Russia’s assault operations in three directions, as Ukrainian defense forces liberate settlements in Kryvyi Rih and Kurakhove directions, as Ukrainian military shoot down Russia’s Ka-52 approaching Snake Island, as enemy ammunition depot destroyed with Ukraine’s Valkyrja on eastern front, as Russia’s Snake Island retreat shows Ukraine’s ability to fight back, UK PM Johnson says, as Ukrainian paratroopers destroy Russia’s column of motor vehicles with ammunition, as NATO intends to help Ukraine transition to modern NATO standard equipment, as FM Kuleba urges African countries to put pressure on Russia, as Russian rockets hit farm, agricultural machinery in Kherson region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 127th day of Putin's war crimes
30 June 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 June 2022: Canada to provide Ukraine with dozens of armored combat vehicles, as Russian troops have 'partial success' near Lysychansk, according to Ukraine's Armed Forces, as campaign conducted in Transnistria to recruit men for Russian Armed Forces, as Ukraine cuts diplomatic ties with Syria, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 127th day of Putin's war crimes
30 June 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 June 2022: Nato leaders pledge support to Kyiv, as Russia’s foreign minister says regime will no longer trust Washington and Brussels and as president Joe Biden says USA and Nato allies will stick with Ukraine, as Ukraine say they have pushed Russian forces from Snake Island, as Putin issues warning to Finland and Sweden after joining Nato, as Nato summit venue in Madrid serves ‘Russian salad’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 127th day of Putin's war crimes
1 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 July 2022: Resistance movement growing in captured areas in southern Ukraine according to CNN, as Ukraine Army holding Barvinkove, not allowing enemy to advance in Izium area, as Ukrainian PM Denys Shmyhal thanks European Commission for announcing EUR 1B in support to Ukraine, as Norway to provide EUR 1B in aid to Ukraine, as 90% of Ukrainians back accession to EU, 73% want Ukraine to join NATO, as president Zelensky meets with former NATO Secretary General Rasmussen in Kyiv, as death toll in Russia’s missile attack on Odesa Region rises to 21, including children, as farmers harvest about 294,000 t of early grain and leguminous crops, as Ukrainians not ready to cede territories for peace according to poll, as seven Belarusian battalions deployed at border with Ukraine according to intelligence, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 128th day of Putin's war crimes
1 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 July 2022: Ukraine requests Turkey detain Russian-flagged ship carrying Ukrainian grain, as at least 14 Russian weapons companies have faced no Western sanctions, as 12 Russian missiles hit Mykolaiv on July 1, as EU imports more gas from USA than from Russia for first time in history, as Lukashenko meets with Putin for sixth time this year, taunts world with threat of nuclear proliferation, as Australia imposes new individual sanctions against Russia, as Russia has lost 35,750 troops in Ukraine since February 24, sacrificing their lifes for Putin's crimes, as Ukrainian military destroys modernized Russian T-72s tanks, other military equipment in the south, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 128th day of Putin's war crimes
1 July 2022 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 July 2022: 21 Ukrainians dead after Odesa strike as two children among dead after apartment building and recreation centre struck, as president Zelenskiy hails new era as formal EU candidacy begins, saying journey to membership ‘shouldn’t take decades’, as Ukraine pushes Russian forces from strategic Snake Island, as Nato will stick with Ukraine as long as it takes, USA' president Biden says, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 128th day of Putin's war crimes
2 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 July 2022: Ukraine, Czech Republic agree positions on further defense cooperation, as Russia could go for another offensive on Kyiv if certain conditions arise, Interior Minister’s advisor says, as Belarusian forces training to set up pontoon crossings, as another Russian tank destroyed in Kherson region with Stugna ATGM, as USA senator says NATO countries could become Russia's next target if Putin succeeds in Ukraine, as Russians launch missile strike on Pavlohrad, as Lviv preparing for possible escalation on the part of Belarus, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces fully cleansed Zmiinyi Island of Russian occupiers, as Russia carried out almost 800 cyberattacks against Ukraine since full-scale war started, as more than 10,000 Mariupol residents held in ‘DPR’ prisons, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 129th day of Putin's war crimes
2 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 July 2022: Russian mine kills one civilian, injures another one in Odesa Oblast, as Ukrainian military repels Russian offensive near Novomykhailivka, as Russia hits Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk oblasts, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 129th day of Putin's war crimes
2 July 2022 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 July 2022: Ukraine president says missile strikes on apartment building and recreation centre near Odesa were no accident, as UK raises issue of captured Britons with Moscow regime, as Ukraine nuclear plant’s surveillance systems restored, as more than dozen Russian weapons companies found to not have faced sanctions, as Russian missile strikes on town near Odesa kill at least 21 according to Ukraine, as Putin regime forces teachers in occupied Ukraine to follow Russian curriculum, as two more Britons captured in Ukraine could face death penalty, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 129th day of Putin's war crimes
2 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 2 July 2022: Ukrainian army on Saturday rejected claims that Putin-backed separatists and Russian forces had surrounded Lysychansk city, but said heavy fighting was ongoing on its edges, as UK has condemned the exploitation of prisoners of war after two more British men held by Russian proxies in east Ukraine and charged with “mercenary activities” could face the death penalty, as Ukraine’s president Zelenskyy accuses Russia of ‘terror’ as missiles rain down, as Ukraine’s army has accused Russia of carrying out attacks using incendiary phosphorus munitions on Snake Island, just a day after Putin regime withdrew its forces from the rocky outcrop in the Black Sea, as USA will send Ukraine two NASAMS surface-to-air missile systems, four counter-artillery radars, and about 150,000 rounds of 155mm artillery ammunition to assist Ukraine in its fight against the Russian invasion, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 129th day of Putin's war crimes
3 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 July 2022: Ukrainian forces withdraw from Lysychansk acording to General Staff, as president Zelensky, Albanese hold meeting in Kyiv, as railway bridge between Melitopol and Tokmak blown up, as a child reported killed in Russia’s massive shelling of Sloviansk, as Ukraine's Stefanchuk arrives in Switzerland to discuss 'Marshall Plan' for Ukraine, as president Zelensky praises Israel’s top court for removing new entry restrictions for Ukrainians, as M777 howitzers already engaging enemy forces along entire frontline according to General Staff, as no place in Ukraine 100% safe according to First Lady, as Russian factories refusing to repair military equipment damaged in Ukraine according to intel, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 130th day of Putin's war crimes
3 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 July 2022: Ukrainian troops forced to withdraw from Lysychansk, as Ukraine's ambassador to Turkey said on July 3 that Turkish customs authorities had detained a Russian-flagged vessel carrying grain which was allegedly stolen from Ukraine, as 1 person killed in Russian attack on Kharkiv on July 3, as Australian PM pays visit to Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel, as Russian forces attack Kramatorsk with Smerch MLRS, as about 800,000 Ukrainians have lost homes due to Russia's war, as Russian shelling kills 1 person in Mykolayiv Oblast, as Ukraine’s military says Russia fires missile at recreational center in Odesa, as Russian shelling kills 2, injures 3 civilians, including children, in Donetsk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 130th day of Putin's war crimes
3 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 July 2022: At least six people killed in Russian attack on Slovyansk , as officials say 15 people were injured in rocket attack on eastern city, as Russia claims soldiers fighting Ukrainian troops inside Lysychansk, as Russian-backed forces increase assault on Lysychansk, as medics battle relentless wave of trauma in Ukrainian town of Borodyanka caused by Putin's war crimes, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 130th day of Putin's war
3 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 3 July 2022: 'Many killed’ in Sloviansk shelling, as mayor says heavy Russian shelling has wounded several other people and caused 15 fires, as Ukrainian army announces retreat from Lysychansk after weeks of fierce fighting with Russian invaders, as Australia will provide Ukraine with 34 additional armoured vehicles and prohibit the import of Russian gold import, Australia PM Albanese visits Irpin, as 'around 25 missiles were fired towards the airport which is a Russian base in Belgorod', as Ukrainian forces have hit a Russian base with more than 30 strikes in the Russian-occupied southern city of Melitopol in the region of Zaporizhia, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 130th day of Putin's war crimes
3 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 130th day of Putin's war crimes: 3 July 2022: Russian and separatist forces in eastern Ukraine have taken the city of Lysychansk, Putin's military command says, telling the fascist dictator that all of Ukraine's Luhansk region has been 'liberated', as Ukrainian defence ministry spokesman Yuriy Sak has told the BBC that Lysychansk is not under the 'full control' of Russian forces, adding the situation in the city has been 'very intense for quite a while now' with Russian ground forces 'attacking the city non-stop', as the mayor of Slovyansk, Vadym Lyakh, says the city - lying further west - has been shelled by the Russians, and at least six attacked citizens, defenders have been killed, as at least three people have reportedly been killed in several explosions in the Russian city of Belgorod, claiming dozens of residential buildings were damaged in the blasts, the 'BBC' reports on the 130th day of Putin's war crimes
4 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 July 2022: Ukraine, Sweden sign statement on cooperation in defense, energy sectors, as Ukrainian, Czech PMs discuss further countermeasures against Russian aggression, as EU has not yet agreed on seventh package of sanctions against Russia according to Swedish PM,, as Ukraine Army repels assault on Bilohorivka, forces enemy to retreat near Vuhlehirsk TPP 19:45 Zelensky meets with Swedish PM in Kyiv. as Ukraine Recovery Conference 2023 to be held in London, as damage to Ukraine's infrastructure from Russian aggression exceeded $100B according to PM Shmyhal, as Ukrainian army shows combat use of HIMARS in Zaporizhzhia region, as Swedish PM Magdalena Andersson visits Bucha, Borodianka, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 131th day of Putin's war crimes
4 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 July 2022: People dying due to medicine shortages in Mariupol, as there are not enough drugs for patients with cancer, diabetes, tuberculosis, and those who have thyroid gland diseases, according to mayor of Russian-occupied Mariupol Vadym Boychenko, as Ukraine investigates over 20 sexual violence cases by Russian soldiers, as president Zelensky says reconstruction of Ukraine is common task of democratic world, as Russia shells 18 settlements in Donetsk Oblast over past 24 hours, as Russian forces attack occupied Kherson Oblast with Grad multiple rocket launchers, as Russia began harvesting crops in Mariupol, stealing from those forced to leave Mariupol due to Russian attacks that left 90% of buildings destroyed, as Russian shelling kills 3 people in Kharkiv Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 131th day of Putin's war crimes
4 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 July 2022: Briton appeals against death sentence by Russia, as Ukrainian flag flies again on Snake Island after Russian retreat, as Ukraine lays out $750bn ‘recovery plan’ for postwar future, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 131th day of Putin's war
4 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 4 July 2022: European Union to set up platform for Ukraine war reconstruction, as British Foreign Secretary says Russians must be accountable for Ukraine war, as UK to introduce new economic and trade sanctions on Belarus, as Russia says it will respond in kind to Bulgaria after diplomatic expulsions, as Ukraine flag raised again on Snake Island, military says, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 131th day of Putin's war crimes
4 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 131th day of Putin's war crimes: 4 July 2022: Leaders of the G7 group of rich nations are looking at the possibility of getting much-need Ukrainian grain out of the country 'in smaller quantities' via the Danube river according to UK PM Johnson, as the WTO said a food crisis as a result of the Ukraine war could last for years without intervention, as leaders from dozens of countries and international organisations are meeting in Switzerland to create a plan to rebuild Ukraine after the war, a reconstruction effort that has been likened to the USA-led Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe after World War II, as it will cost $750bn for Ukraine to recover while Russia's invasion has caused $100bn of direct damage to infrastructure, PM Denys Shmyhal says, as meanwhile, on the ground, Russia will try to take full control of Donbas in eastern Ukraine after seizing the key region of Luhansk, Ukraine's regional governor says, after Russian forces have captured the eastern city of Lysychansk, claiming control of the wider Luhansk region, the 'BBC' reports on the 131th day of Putin's war crimes
4 July 2022 the 'New York Times' reports with Ukraine Live Updates on the 131th day of Putin's war crimes: 3/4 July 2022: At his funeral, mourners commemorate Ukrainian soldier and father of two Anatoly Mykolayovych Potaychuk, who died in the Kharkiv region, as Ukrainian forces are now bolstering defenses along the border line between Luhansk and the neighboring province of Donetsk according to residents, Amelia Nierenberg reports, after Moscow regime’s victory in Luhansk was based on overwhelming firepower and mile-by-mile advances, the 'New York Times' reports with Ukraine Live Updates on the 131th day of Putin's war crimes
5 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 July 2022: Ukrainian government suggests creating Ukraine recovery offices in Kyiv, Washington, Brussels, London, as Mariupol residents - in the summer 2022 - get five liters of drinking water per week, as Ukrainian Viazovska wins Fields Medal 2022 in Finland, as PM Shmyhal says coalition for Ukraine’s recovery will include partner countries and private business, as Russia keeps three carriers of Kalibr missiles in Black Sea, as Ukrainian conscripts need permission to leave districts and regions according to army chief, as one citizen killed, seven injured by Russia's shelling of the city of Sloviansk, its targeted central market on fire, as UAH 33B worth of assets of Russian and Belarusian individuals seized in Ukraine, as Chernihiv region comes under attack from Russian territory, as president Zelensky thanks UK'S PM Johnson for GBP 100M in additional security aid to Ukraine, as Russian regime's missile attack on Mykolaiv damaged seven apartment buildings and injured several people, as president Zelensky says Russia will end war if all sanctions fully implemented, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 132th day of Putin's war crimes
5 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 July 2022: UK to send 10 more self-propelled artillery systems to Ukraine, as 40 explosions reported in Chernihiv Oblast on July 5 and governor Vyacheslav Chaus said Russian forces fired artillery at the village of Bleshnia near the Russian border, as Russia reportedly preparing mobilization in occupied Berdiansk, as 3 Russian missiles shot down near Odesa Oblast, as Putin lacks troops in Ukraine but fears mobilization in Russia and some experts suggest Putin may fear that mobilization would trigger domestic resistance, with large numbers of potential recruits evading the draft, as Putin regime preparing to hold referendums in occupied Donbas by August, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba urges partners to restrict Russia's access to maritime transportation, as 2 civilians killed, 4 injured as a result of Russian attacks on Donetsk Oblast on 4 July, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 132th day of Putin's war crimes
5 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 July 2022: Sloviansk mayor Vadim Lyakh says 40 houses hit on Monday, tells residents to evacuate amid expected increase in Russian bombing, as Moscow regime shifts focus to main cities in Donetsk region after fall of Lysychansk, adding 'it’s important to evacuate as many people as possible' and noting that 144 people had been evacuated on Tuesday, including 20 children, from a city now deemed at risk from Russian bombardment, as Russian-backed separatists have seized two foreign-flagged ships in the Russian-occupied port city of Mariupol and claimed they are 'state property', as Finland and Sweden edge closer to joining Nato, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 132th day of Putin's war
5 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 5 July 2022: Luhansk Governor Serhiy Haidai discloses Ukrainian forces that retreated from Lysychansk are now holding the line between Bakhmut and Sloviansk, preparing to fend off a further Russian advance, as Ukrainian presidential adviser Arestovych claims Russia’s capture of Luhansk is its last victory on Ukraine’s territory, as Sloviansk city becomes Moscow regime’s next target in its campaign, and Sloviansk mayor Vadim Lyakh says Russia is pounding the city with 'massive shelling', warning residents to evacuate ahead of the expected assault, saying 'it’s important to evacuate as many people as possible', adding that shelling damaged 40 houses yesterday, as on 5 July two people have been killed and seven more injured amid Russian bombardment of Sloviansk, targeting the city market, as Donetsk region's governor Kyrylenko said 'once again the Russians are intentionally targeting places where civilians assemble. This is terrorism pure and simple', as at least 345 children have died in Ukraine as a result of Russia’s invasion according to the prosecutor general’s office, as Ukraine’s army accused Russia of dropping phosphorus bombs on several occasions in different areas of the country, according to Ukrainian official Anton Gerashchenko, saying they were used in Mariupol in May, the important port city now fully under Russian control after months of attacks, destruction, defense efforts, displacement and flight in front of everyone, as Finland has seized nearly a 1,000 freight cars belonging to Russian companies as a result of EU sanctions, as Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba has called on country’s allies to crack down on Russian trade, saying 'after all, what Russia really exports to the world today is death, crisis, and lies', 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 132th day of Putin's war crimes
5 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 132th day of Putin's war crimes: 5 July 2022: Luhansk region's Ukrainian governor Serhiy Haidai says Lysychansk city was abandoned so Russians would not destroy it from a distance, as soldiers have now moved to new fortified positions, also saying losing the city and ceding control of Luhansk to Russia was painful, adding 'this is just one battle we have lost, but not the war', pleading for more weapons from the West to offset the Russian advantage, the 'BBC' reports on the 132th day of Putin's war crimes
6 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 July 2022: Ukrainian air defense destroys enemy missile fired at Odesa, as Ukrainian FM doubts grain exports will be unblocked soon, as PM Shmyhal reports agreement reached at the Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano on almost $1.9B in support for Ukraine, as fourteen health workers killed, 48 injured during war in Ukraine, as president Zelensky meets with PM of Ireland, as those liable for military service not required to have permits to leave district, regions according to General Staff, as Russian depots destroyed in occupied Kherson, as EC preparing legal framework for confiscation of Russian assets in favor of Ukraine, as Red Cross distributes humanitarian aid in Mariupol for second time, as Ukraine, Mozambique leaders talk global food security, as UK condemns Russia's indiscriminate shelling of civilian infrastructure, as Russian claims of full control over entire Lunansk region false as firefights ongoing in two settlements according to official, as Russia’s largest secondary lead producer has been forced to suspend its work, while several other plants in the industry are preparing to halt operations or undergo repairs, as Ukraine Army repulses enemy assault near Dolyna in Sloviansk direction, as Ukraine's partners should not be wary of transferring more heavy weapons to Ukraine because Russian weapons will be stopped only by more powerful arms - as proven by the case of Snake Island - according to Ukraine’s Vienna Representative to international organizations Yevhenii Tsymbaliuk at a special OSCE meeting on Russian missile attacks, as Ukraine forces down nine Russian missiles, two ammo depots, invaders' strongholds, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 133th day of Putin's war crimes
6 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 July 2022: Ukrainian military repels Russian attacks near Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, as German government urged by other parties to hand over 200 Fuchs armored personnel carriers to Ukraine, as TotalEnergies quits major Russian oil project, as Russia blocks Kazakhstan's oil transit to Europe, as Russia attacks Dnipropetrovsk Oblast overnight on July 6, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 133th day of Putin's war crimes
6 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 July 2022: British foreign secretary Liz Truss has announced that the UK’s ratification of Finland and Sweden’s membership of Nato will be fast-tracked through parliament in London, as Boris Johnson has admitted to MPs that he met the former KGB agent, Alexander Lebedev, without officials present while foreign secretary, as number of people going hungry in the world has risen by 150 million since the start of the covid-19 pandemic, the UN has said, warning that the food crisis sparked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine risks pushing the worst-hit countries into famine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 133th day of Putin's war
6 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 6 July 2022: More than 8.79 million people have crossed the border from Ukraine since Russia’s invasion in late February, the UN refugee agency has said, as Russia’s parliament has rushed through two bills to introduce 'special economic measures' imposing strict controls on the economy, requiring businesses to supply goods to the armed forces and obliging employees at some firms to work overtime, as a long-delayed gas pipeline between Greece and Bulgaria aimed at helping Sofia cut its reliance on Russian gas has been completed and can start commercial operations, as Austria starts to eject Gazprom from gas storage facility for systematically failing to fill its portion of the capacity there, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 133th day of Putin's war crimes
7 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 July 2022: First UAVs from Ukraine's Army of Drones already sent to front line, as 21 enemy helicopters shot down by National Guard of Ukraine over past week, as president Zelensky meets with USA senators, as European Parliament endorses EUR 1B in macro-financial assistance to Ukraine, as USA senators Blumenthal, Graham visit Bucha, as Ukrainian defense ministry says enemy attempts to reach Donetsk Region’s borders, as one civilian killed, six injured in Russia’s missile strike on Kramatorsk, as Ukraine’s foreign exchange reserves cut to $22.8B as of July 1, as Russian soldiers shooting people in Kreminna streets, Luhansk Regional Military Administration's Haidai says, as UIA files lawsuit against Iran over downing passenger plane, flight PS752, as Russians launch airstrike on Kramatorsk city center, as Russians launch two Kh-31 missiles at Odesa region, hitting Moldovan tanker, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 134th day of Putin's war crimes
7 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 July 2022: Kharkiv Oblast governor Oleh Syniehubov said that Russian forces have shelled the city with multiple launch rocket systems, injuring at least three people, as General Staff says over 70% of Russia's projectiles miss targets, as area of mass burials in Mariupol nearly doubles in two months, as thousands of inscriptions with the letter Z, a symbol of Russia's war against Ukraine, have appeared on the walls in the Serbian city Nowy Sad, that will host a music festival Exit on July 7-11, as Ukraine's international reserves decrease by 9% in June, as Ukraine has received 9 HIMARS multiple rocket launchers from the USA, allowing Ukraine's defense to strike Russian military targets far behind the front lines, as Poland ready to build terminal for Ukrainian grain to ease logistics, as Germany refuses to send Fuchs armored personnel carriers to Ukraine, as Ukrainian intelligence reports that Russian soldiers in occupied Kherson burn bodies to hide military losses, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 134th day of Putin's war crimes
7 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 July 2022: Ukraine's eastern cities of Kramatorsk and Sloviansk attacked by Russia, as row over stolen Ukrainian grain continues, as Ukraine forces finally seeing impact of western arms according to president Zelenskiy saying artillery ‘working very powerfully’ as it inflicts blows on Russian logistics, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 134th day of Putin's war
7 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 7 July 2022: Ukraine claims control of Snake Island, as NASA says Russia occupies 22% of Ukrainian farmland, as Kramatorsk, Sloviansk under fire, and Kramatorsk mayor reports ‘casualties’ following airstrike while Sloviansk official claims some were wounded in attack, as Kazakhstan’s president has ordered officials to find oil export routes bypassing Russia amid deepening tensions between the two countries over Russia's aggression against Ukraine, as - in a second attack - a Russian missile has hit a tanker that has been drifting in the Black Sea for over four months and had been carrying diesel, the Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported, citing Ukraine’s military which called the ship an 'ecological bomb', as a Russian raid has killed at least one person and wounded several others in Kramatorsk, as Russia’s parliament has introduced harsh prison terms for cooperating with foreigners and calling to undermine national security, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 134th day of Putin's war crimes
7 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 134th day of Putin's war crimes: 7 July 2022: Ukraine says it is investigating more than 21,000 war crimes and crimes of aggression allegedly committed by Russia since the start of its invasion in February, as Ukrainian prosecutor Iryna Venediktova told the BBC she was receiving reports of between 200 to 300 war crimes a day, stressing that it was 'a question of justice' to continue with the prosecutions, despite Russian regime - wherever since more than 20 years - denies all war crimes allegations, the 'BBC' reports on the 134th day of Putin's war crimes
8 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 July 2022: Ukrainian FM Kuleba, ambassador Brink discuss security assistance to Ukraine, as five civilians die in intensive care after strikes on Bakhmut and Siversk, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces repulse attempted offensives in three eastern directions 19:37 Zelenska reveals topic of 2nd Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen, as president Zelensky meets with Dnipropetrovsk region head, visits Mechnikov Hospital, saying if Russia did not want to weaken Europe, it would not hit wallets of its residents, as more than million defenders reportedly protect Ukraine, as French senators visit Bucha and Borodianka, as USA ambassador, president’s representative in Crimea discuss Russia’s militarization of peninsula, as president Zelensky visits frontline positions in Dnipropetrovsk region, presents awards to military, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 135th day of Putin's war crimes
8 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 July 2022: Ex-police officer who collaborated with Russian proxies reportedly killed in Kherson Oblast, as consumer prices in Ukraine accelerated to 21.5% in June, compared to 18% a month earlier, as USA identifies 18 Russian ‘filtration camps’ for Ukrainians, set up by Russia to deport Ukrainian civilians to Russia, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 135th day of Putin's war crimes
8 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 July 2022: Today's Ruaaian regime said Kremlin fascists have used only a small portion of its potential in its murderous 'special military operation' in Ukraine, as Russia’s troops set fire to grain fields in Ukraine’s fertile Zaporizhzhia region, according to Ukraine’s foreign ministry spokesperson Oleg Nikolenko, saying 'remember this picture every time Russians say they care about global food security. Millions of people across the world will face hunger - because Russia launched a brutal war against Ukraine', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 135th day of Putin's war
8 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 8 July 2022: Western ministers lambast Moscow regime at G20, as regime's FM Lavrov complains the meeting’s agenda was scuppered by diplomats’ ‘frenzied’ criticism of regime’s actions in Ukraine, as paramedics carry the body of a woman who was killed during a Russian bombardment in a residential neighbourhood in Kharkiv on Thursday 7 July 2022, as Ukraine FM at the G20 says Russia is 'the global challenge number one and the meeting today proved it', 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 135th day of Putin's war crimes
9 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 July 2022: Russian tank, truck with ammunition destroyed in Kharkiv Region, as Ukraine Army repels assaults in several directions, neutralizes enemy reconnaissance group, as Russian invaders kill 100 Ukrainian sportspersons, coaches 18:59 Kherson Region’s village of Nova Zoria nearly destroyed, situation critical, as president Zelensky dismisses ambassadors to Germany, Hungary, Czech Republic, Norway and India, as Russian soldiers complain over non-payment of compensation for combat injuries, as SBU nabs two Russian assets scouting Ukraine Army positions in Donetsk region, as Ukraine’s parliament passes bill on DNA registry, as in Kherson region, invaders were unable to hire enough locals to form 'police' force, as UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace meets Ukraine Army servicemen as training programme starts, as Russian 'humanitarian aid' to Mariupol includes moldy stale bread, shovels, as civilians urged to flee Kherson region or find shelter, stock up on food, water, as Ukraine to get $1.7B grant from partners for medical services according to PM Shmyhal, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 136th day of Putin's war crimes
9 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 July 2022: President Volodrymyr Zelensky has fired five more Ukrainian ambassadors, specifically the ambassadors to the Czech Republic, Norway, India, Bangladesh, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, as on July 9, Russian forces fired six missiles at Mykolaiv, destroying multiple buildings, as USA's Blinken urges China to ‘stand up’ against Russia, as Russian forces bribe residents to collect personal data in occupied territories, as collaborators and Russians steal cars in occupied Mariupol, as according to the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell, 323 million people are on the brink of starvation due to the global food crisis exacerbated by Russia's war against Ukraine and the subsequent blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 136th day of Putin's war crimes
9 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 136th day of Putin's war crimes: 9 July 2022: Russian missile and rocket strikes have caused more widespread damage in towns and cities across eastern and southern Ukraine according to regional officials, as four civilians died in a strike on Siversk town in Donetsk region according to local governor Pavlo Kyrylenko, as civilian areas of Druzhkivka in the same region were also hit. A supermarket was destroyed and a large crater appeared nearby, as Ukrainian officials also reported Russian missile strikes on parts of Kharkiv, in the north, Mykolaiv in the south and Kryvyi Rih, a southern city north-east of Mykolaiv, but the Russian ground forces despite their destructions do not appear to have made significant advances in the past 24 hours in their push to take the rest of Donetsk region, the 'BBC' reports on the 136th day of Putin's war crimes
9 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 July 2022: Russia launched shelling of Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region according to the governor, reporting there had been a missile strike in the city of Druzhkivka targeting a hospital, the Palace of Culture, residential buildings and a playground, as in Slovyansk a home was targeted, burying the owner under rubble, as Russian forces also fired at a railway station in Chasovoy Yar where several people were injured, as overnight the city of Hirnyk came under fire cutting power lines, wounding two civilians and damaging residential buildings and infrastructure, as parts of Svitlodar were also under fire, as 'The Guardian' also reports an earlier assault that took place at a nursing home in Luhansk, where dozens of elderly and disabled patients were trapped inside without water or electricity, where 22 of the 71 patients survived the Russian assault amid Putin's war against the Ukrainian people, and when UN’s 'Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights' - blaming the Ukrainian victim - says both sides share blame for nursing home attack
10 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 July 2022: European Commission said Russian war crimes reminded world of genocide in Srebrenica, as two districts in Dnipropetrovsk region came under enemy fire, as USA ambassador visits Makariv village in Kyiv region, as Ukrainian forces prevent enemy reconnaissance operation near Mazanivka, as one more person rescued in Chasiv Yar, but 23 remain under rubble, as MFA says Canada's decision to return German turbine for Nord Stream will strengthen Russia's sense of impunity, as USA's Blinken says Russia's war against Ukraine may be one of contributing factors to Sri Lanka crisis, as Ukrainian marines show Mastiff armored vehicles in action, as Russian warplanes not entering Ukrainian-controlled airspace for over 2.5 months according to Defense Ministry, as Russian forces shell Synelnykove district in Dnipropetrovsk region using MLRS, as in Ukrainian army of Drones project Ukraine Army gets first American 'bird', as UN says 124 cases of sexual violence recorded in Ukraine during wartime, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy 15 invaders, over 60 equipment units in south, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 137th day of Putin's war crimes
10 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 July 2022: Poland expects 200,000 more Ukrainian children to attend country’s schools in upcoming academic year, as USA's Anthony Biden will ask several Arab states to provide Ukraine with the remaining stocks of Soviet-made weapons, with which 'Ukrainians are more familiar', as Russian shelling kills Ukrainian dancesport champion Daria Kurdel in Kryvyi Rih, as Ukraine urges Canada to cancel turbine return to Germany, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 137th day of Putin's war crimes
10 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 July 2022: At least 15 people dead after Russian rockets destroy apartment building in the eastern Ukraine town of Chasiv Yar, and governor Kyrylenko of the Donetsk region said about three dozen people could be trapped in the rubble, as in South-east Asia people march during a rally against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine near the Russian embassy in Seoul in South Korea, as Russian forces raising 'true hell' in the Donbas according to Luhansk governor, as British forces have begun training Ukrainian soldiers in a new programme to help in their fight against Russia, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 137th day of Putin's war
10 July 2022 Russian rockets hit apartment block in Chasic Yar city, France24 reports with liveblog: 10 July 2022: At least 15 people have been killed and several more are feared trapped after Russian rockets hit a five-storey apartment block in the eastern Donetsk region's Chasic Yar city, collapsing the building, Ukrainian officials said Sunday, France24 reports with liveblog
11 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 July 2022: Turkey's president Erdogan assures president Zelensky that Turkey ready to facilitate negotiations on ending war, as defense ministry shows Pavlivka liberated from Russian invaders, as about 80% of civilians already evacuated from Donetsk region, as presidents Zelensky, Erdogan discuss unblocking ports, grain exports, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces repulse another offensive near Marinka, forcing Russians to flee, as president Zelensky says Netherlands among top ten partners of Ukraine in terms of security assistance, as death toll in missile strike on Chasiv Yar rises to 30, as Ukraine's transformation for EU membership continues despite war according to president, as Netherlands may join reconstruction of Kherson region, as law on oligarchs in action, Akhmetov leaves media business, as Netherlands to provide Ukraine with modern heavy weapons according to PM Rutte, as Russian invaders plan to start ‘official mobilization’ in Mariupol in autumn, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 138th day of Putin's war crimes
11 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 July 2022: Ukrainian FM Kuleba urges world to respond to Putin’s 'passport fantasies', as EU to present new sanction package against Russia in coming weeks, as Zelensky, Erdogan discuss grain corridor from Ukraine, as Akhmetov transfers media empire to state, says doesn't want to be labeled oligarch, as Russian airstrike kills 6 people, wounds 31 in Kharkiv, as casualties include a 17-year-old and his father, while the attack injured a 4-year-old and a 16-year-old teenager, as Russia launches 7 missiles on Odesa Oblast, targeting a house, port infrastructure, and some fields, as Russia launches 6 missiles on Mykolaiv, as Ukraine liberates Ivanivka village in Kherson Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 138th day of Putin's war crimes
11 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 July 2022: The death toll from the Russian rocket attack - a series of rockets - on a five-storey apartment block in the town of Chasiv Yar in eastern Ukraine over the weekend has risen to 24, as rescuers are still combing the rubble for survivors, and as nine people have been rescued, as on 11 June a Ukrainian citizen entered the calm waters from a beach in Odesa to take a dip in the shallow sea and to search for sea snails as usual but he was not to return because a mine exploded, killing him instantly (his family watched on in horror, because the Black Sea - connecting several Asian and European countries since ancient times, today also an important tourist destination with resorts along the coasts - is infested with hundreds of mines in Russia’s war on Ukraine, posing a serious threat to people and the reopening of the global grain shipping routes), as Ukraine’s president Zelenskiy has asked military chiefs to draw up plans to gather a fighting force equipped with western weapons to recapture its southern territory from Russia, according to defence minister Reznikov, saying he was writing letters to his counterparts in partner countries to talk about 'why we need this kind of weaponry', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 138th day of Putin's war crimes
11 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 138th day of Putin's war crimes: 11 July 2022: In his interview with 'The Times' newspaper, Ukrainian defence minister Reznikov praised the UK for being 'key' in the transition from providing Ukraine with Soviet-era weapons to Nato-standard air defence systems and ammunition, saying 'we need more, quickly, to save the lives of our soldiers. Each day we're waiting for howitzers, we can lose a hundred soldiers', the 'BBC' reports on the 138th day of Putin's war crimes
12 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 July 2022: Another body of civilian killed by Russians discovered in Kyiv region, as Ukraine Army repulses several enemy assaults in Kharkiv region, as Russia fails to achieve initial goal of occupying Ukraine, now preparing to annex captured areas, as president Zelensky meets with defense minister of Poland, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy another Russian ammo depot in Kherson region, as PM Shmyhal says Ukraine to receive EUR 1B in aid from EU by end of July, as Russians shell Enerhodar, blaming Ukraine’s Armed Forces, as almost 30 foreign companies want to demine Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 139th day of Putin's war crimes
12 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 July 2022: Unpublished poll shows 30% of Russians support immediate end of war against Ukraine according to Russian independent media Meduza, as death toll of Chasiv Yar missile strike rises to 45, as USA announces additional $1.7 billion worth of economic aid to Ukraine, as Spain considers donating Leopard tanks, armored personnel carriers to Ukraine, as bodies of 30 fallen Ukrainian soldiers to be handed over to their relatives for burial, as Russia again shells Kharkiv, four people hospitalized, as Ukraine attacks Russian troops in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, as Russian military base in village near Russian-occupied Melitopol on fire according to mayor, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 139th day of Putin's war crimes
12 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 July 2022: Ukraine strike hits Russian ammunition depot near Kherson, as Ukrainian authorities confirm rocket strike targeted depot in Nova Kakhovka, as military delegations to meet UN over grain exports, as Brazil is looking to buy as much diesel as it can from Russia and the deals are being closed 'as recently as yesterday' according to Brazilian FM Carlos Franca, as Russian regime's Putin will visit Iran next week, as Ukraine’s FM said the grain issue must be resolved under the auspices of the United Nations, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 139th day of Putin's war crimes
13 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 July 2022: Death toll in missile strike on Chasiv Yar rises to 48, as Ukrainian, Polish defense ministers discuss arms supplies to Ukraine, as Ukraine severs diplomatic relations with North Korea, condemning the decision by the DPR Korea to recognize the so-called 'independence' of the territories temporarily occupied by the Russian regime, as Polish defense minister visits Irpin, as Ukrainian forces destroy enemy tanks, IFVs in Kharkiv region, as police managed to identify most of those killed by missile strike on Chasiv Yar, as seven people injured in missile attack on Zaporizhia, Austria's FM says Putin uses hunger as war tool - Austria's FM, as sanctions must not be adjusted to accommodate Russia's whims, says FM Kuleba, also saying no talks ongoing with Russia on ending war, as Russians deport 2M Ukrainians, tens of thousands remain in filtration camps according to Ukrainian president, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 140th day of Putin's war crimes
13 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 July 2022: Ukraine repels Russian offensive near Kharkiv and Bakhmut according to General Staff, as at least 47 top companies at risk of having major assets seized by Russia, as Russia admits tourists not coming to occupied Crimea this year, as EU won't recognize Russian passports issued to Ukrainian citizens in occupied territories according to EU foreign affairs, as Russia has fired over 2,960 missiles at Ukraine's cities since February 24 according to president Zelensky, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 140th day of Putin's war crimes
13 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 July 2022: Russian artillery and rockets pounded the Ukrainian town of Bakhmut overnight and into Wednesday morning, as two settlements in Ukraine’s Luhansk region remain under Ukrainian control, according to the Ukrainian governor of the region Serhai Haidai, as at least 5 people have been injured and one killed by Russian shelling in the region of Kharkiv, as Ukraine’s foreign minister rules out ceding territory to Russia, as Russia and Ukraine to hold talks with UN in Turkey over grain impasse, as grain shipments via the River Danube have increased with the reopening of the Bystre canal, and as the number of foreign ships reaching Ukraine ports to help with grain exports has doubled to 16 within the last 24 hours, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 140th day of Putin's war crimes
14 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 July 2022: Two foresters die as car explodes on mine in Zhytomyr Region, as president Zelensky said those whose decisions led to crimes against Ukrainians must not hide behind ‘immunity of officials’, as death toll in Russia’s missile attack on Vinnytsia rises, as president Zelensky - following Vinnytsia missile strike - said people couldn't do that, they are beasts, also saying Russia abducted about 200,000 Ukrainian children, as Russia fired 630 Iskander, Kalibr missiles at Ukraine since war began, as president Zelensky presents Golden Star orders to 14 defenders of Ukraine, as Deputy Minister of Defense Hanna Maliar said Russian missile strikes on Vinnytsia another proof of genocide against Ukrainian people, as Commander-in-Chief Zaluzhnyi said Ukraine Army not to allow western weapons get into invaders’ hands, as Britain allocates £2.5M to Ukraine to investigate Russian war crimes, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 141st day of Putin's war crimes
14 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 July 2022: Guerrillas set sunflower oil refinery on fire in Mariupol, according to Petro Andriushchenko, adding that the Mariupol resistance is growing, as the Kyiv City Council approved a decision to establish a military cemetery along Olena Teliha Street in Kyiv’s Shevchenkivskyi neighborhood near the Babyn Yar Holocaust memorial, as EU plans gas deal with Azerbaijan ‘in pivot away from Russia', as president Zelensky calls on creation of ‘compensation mechanism’ for victims of Russian aggression, as Ukrainian FM Kuleba calls on a tribunal for Russian leadership after yet another attack against civilians, demanding the creation of a special tribunal to bring Russia's highest military and political leadership to justice for crimes committed in Ukraine, as Russian missiles hit Kharkiv, as two people wounded in Russian shelling of Sloviansk, as Russia attempts to bomb Snake Island with Su-27 fighter jets, as Russia shells Bakhmut, killing 1, injuring 5 people, as intercepted call by SBU reportedly shows Russian troops failing morale, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 141st day of Putin's war crimes
14 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 July 2022: The death toll from a Russian missile attack in the city of Vinnytsia in central Ukraine has climbed to 22, including three children, according Ukrainian national police in Ukraine, as dozens of people are still unaccounted for according to Ukraine’s state emergency service, as a further 52 people, including four children, have been hospitalised, 34 are in serious condition, and only six of the bodies have been identified so far, as the strikes damaged more than 50 buildings and more than 40 cars in the attack on Vinnytsia far from the war’s frontlines, occurring in mid morning when the streets were full of people, and when a Russian submarine in the Black Sea fired Kalibr cruise missiles at the city, as Ukraine’s infrastructure minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said Kyiv is 'definitely a step closer' to reaching a deal to export grain through its Black Sea ports after talks Istanbul including the UN, as the OSCE said tens of thousands of civilians are taken to centres in the self-proclaimed DPR in eastern Ukraine, before being deported to Russia, and as there are around 20 such facilities on Russian-occupied territories, according to Ukraine’s ambassador to the OSCE Yevhenii Tsymbaliuk, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 141st day of Putin's war crimes
15 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 July 2022: Russia must bear full responsibility for Briton’s death in Donbas captivity, UK says, as M270 MLR systems arrive in Ukraine, as Russians launch three missiles at Odesa region, as Ukraine trying to ensure evacuation of civilians from temples being shelled by Russians, as nearly 70% of Russian missile strikes hit peaceful targets according to Ukraine’s defense ministry, as Ukraine signs agreement with EU to participate in EU4Health programme, as Ukrainian artillerymen show enemy ammo depot destroyed in Donetsk Region, as two Russian planes shot down in Zaporizhzhia direction, as Russian troops again launch air and missile strike on Kramatorsk, as 197 civilians request medical assistance after Russia’s terrorist attack on Vinnytsia, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 142th day of Putin's war crimes
15 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 July 2022: Explosions reported in Kremenchuk, as PrivatBank top officials charged with embezzling over $2,8 million, as approximately 1,400 new graves appear in Mariupol cemetery since mid-May, as more than 46 hectares of wheat burned due to Russian shelling in Kharkiv Oblast, as 4 bodies yet to be identified, 8 people still missing after Vinnytsia missile strike, as up to 100 Ukrainian soldiers were killed per day on frontlines in May, as Russian airstrike hits 2 schools in Kharkiv, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 142th day of Putin's war crimes
15 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 15 July 2022: Putin regime accused of targeting civilians with missile attacks, as Ukraine says up to 70% of Russian missile attacks are deliberately inflicted on peaceful Ukrainian cities, as UK summons Russian ambassador, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 142th day of Putin's war crimes
15 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 15 July 2022: Involved Russian Leonid Slutsky says grain agreements will not lead to Moscow-Kyiv talks, as first M270 rocket systems have arrived in Ukraine according to Defence minister, as in Russia’s anti-war movement - in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Saratov and other major Russian cities - thousands have been arrested on charges related to demonstrating, forcing many to find new ways to protest, as UK summons Russian envoy over British aid worker’s death, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 142th day of Putin's war crimes
16 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 July 2022: Russian troops twice hit Pokrovsk with Iskander missiles, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces show Russian tank destroyed by NLAW burning, as Ukraine calls on USA, European bankers to sever ties with companies that trade Russian oil, as Russia preparing for next phase of offensive actions in Ukraine according to intelligence, as Ukraine’s air defense forces shoot down four out of six missiles launched from Caspian Sea, as Ukrainian defenders forced enemy to retreat from Vuhlehirska TPP, as Russian troops struck Pokrovsk community in Donetsk region, Casualties reported, as on anniversary of downing of Flight MH17, EU calls for holding those responsible to account, as USA ambassador, Ukraine’s minister discuss establishing transport corridors to export grain, as Kharkiv region building up its defense capabilities every day, as Ukrainian paratroopers hit two Russian tanks on eastern front, as G20 finance ministers fail to issue joint communique amid divisions over war in Ukraine, as rescuers finish dismantling rubble after missile attack on Vinnytsia, one person still missing, as enemy rocket damages seven houses, two infrastructure facilities in Kramatorsk, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 143th day of Putin's war crimes
16 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 July 2022: Russian shelling of Pokrovsk in Donetsk Oblast damages 16 residential buildings, as EU urges Russia to accept responsibility for downing of MH17, as Ukraine repels another Russian attempt to seize Vuhlehirsk power plant, as Ukraine's air defense destroys 4 Russian missiles launched from Caspian Sea, as civilian injured by Russian missile strike on Odesa, as G20 finance ministers leave talks divided over Russia’s war in Ukraine, as an advisor to president Zelensky has written letters to JPMorgan Chase, HSBC, Citigroup, and Crédit Agricole, asking the banks to stop working with companies that sell Russian oil and shares in state-controlled oil and gas groups Gazprom and Rosneft, as Russia trying to detect weapon supply routes in EU, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 143th day of Putin's war crimes
16 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 16 July 2022: Ukrainian official says Russia using Europe’s largest nuclear power plant as a base to store weapons, including missile systems, as Russian forces are preparing for a new offensive, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 143th day of Putin's war crimes
16 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 143th day of Putin's war crimes: 16 July 2022: On a strip of grass in front of the smashed, charred remains of the Jubilee department store in Vinnytsia there is a pink pushchair lying on its side, smeared with blood. It belonged to a little girl called Liza. The four-year-old was one of three young children killed on Thursday when Russian missiles hit the centre of Vinnytsia. Her mother, Iryna Dmytriyeva, was seriously injured in the attack. 23 people are known to have lost their lives and another eight are still missing. Dozens more are in hospital. Shortly before the missiles struck, Iryna had posted a video online. It was a beautiful sunny day and little Liza was smiling, pushing her pink chair in front of her, as they chatted about heading to see her speech therapist. 'Liza was very cheerful, she loved coming to us. She was a very kind child. For her mother, she was the whole meaning of her life. She loved her madly. I can't even imagine what a tragedy it is for the family', Valeriia Korol told the BBC.
17 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 July 2022: Russian invaders capture another Briton in Ukraine, as Ukraine Army repels assault near Bilohorivka, prevents enemy from advancing towards Bakhmut, as missile strike on civilian object in Odesa passed off as ‘destruction of Harpoon warehouse’ by Russian propaganda, as sixty-seven civilians injured in Russia’s missile attack on Vinnytsia stay at hospitals, as at MH17 tragedy anniversary in Amsterdam rally gathers, calling to punish Russia for crimes in Ukraine, as 1,346 bodies of civilians killed by Russians already found in Kyiv region, as Russia’s enemy landing ship, two Kalibr missile carriers stationed in Black Sea, as Russians strike Zaporizhzhia region with MLRS, as young National Guard member downs yet another Russian Su-25 by Igla, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 144th day of Putin's war crimes
17 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 July 2022: Soldiers from Buryatia face threats for refusing to fight in Russia’s war, as Ukraine repels Russian offensives near Sloviansk, Bakhmut in Donetsk Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 144th day of Putin's war crimes
17 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 17 July 2022: Russian missiles strike Mykolaiv, as no immediate information about casualties after Russian missiles hit industrial and infrastructure facility in Mykolaiv, as UK intelligence says Putin regime reinforcing in south of Ukraine, as Ukraine prosecutor general says Russia must be recognised as a terrorist state, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 144th day of Putin's war crimes
17 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 144th day of Putin's war crimes: 17 July 2022: Aleksey Yukov has lost count of the bodies he's recovered in the Donbas over the past five months, saying he thinks it's more than 300, but he can't be sure. Aleksey Yukov and his men drive a refrigerated white van, marked with a red cross, to carry out their work. They often drive towards danger to collect the bodies and remains of dead Ukrainian and Russian troops and civilians, the BBC reports.
17 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 17 July 2022: Ukrainian troops thwart Russian moves towards Sloviansk according to General Staff, as Russian missiles strike industrial facilities in Mykolaiv, mayor says, as EU mulls tightening Russia sanctions, as more than 100 people have come together to pay their respects to four-year-old Liza Dmitrieva killed in a missile attack in the Ukrainian city of Vinnytsia on Thursday, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 144th day of Putin's war crimes
18 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 July 2022: Following Lithuania and Poland, Norway started fundraising effort to buy Bayraktar for Ukraine Army, as EU ministers agree on new 500M Euro tranche of military aid for Ukraine, as FM Kuleba concerning foreign military aid said that HIMARS, howitzers, tanks coming in, more to come, as Russian propaganda spreading narratives of possible nuclear war over Sweden, Finland’s accession to NATO according to disinfo watchdog, as Latvia says Ukraine's interests, security must be taken into account when discussing grain exports, as FM Kuleba concerning unblocking of seaports says we will not agree to any solution that could leave Russia any chance to attack, as Ukrainian, Brazilian presidents discuss resumption of grain exports, as Ukraine will sever diplomatic relations with Belarus if its troops cross border, as Ukraine demands Russia adhere to Geneva Convention on Prisoners of War, as parliament to exempt from conscription those who lost their loved ones due to war with Russia, as Ukrainian scouts destroy subversive group of Russian marines in Kharkiv region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 145th day of Putin's war crimes
18 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 July 2022: Ambassadors from EU, Israel visit Vinnytsia after Russian strike, as president Zelensky asks parliament to dismiss SBU chief Bakanov, as Belarusian sentenced to 1.5 years in prison for 'insulting' Lukashenko online, as Ukraine's Armed Forces inflict losses on Russia near Sloviansk, Avdiivka, according to general staff, as Azerbaijan to supply EU with at least 20 billion cubic meters of gas by 2027, as Russians shell high-rise yard near Mykolaiv, killing 4 civilians, as Russian dictator Putin told officials during a video conference on strategic development goals that Russia is facing 'colossal problems' in the high-tech sector due to international sanctions, as Parliament supports resignation of Social Policy minister, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces hit 2 Russian military warehouses in Kherson Oblast, as Russian missiles hit school, granary near Dnipro, as Russian attack on Kharkiv damages two high-rises, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 145th day of Putin's war crimes
18 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 18 July 2022: Gazprom claims ‘extraordinary’ circumstances mean it cannot guarantee gas supply to Europe, as Ukraine’s president instals anti-corruption fighter after removing top officials, as Ukrainian spy chief’s dismissal renews questions over Russian intelligence infiltration of key ministries before the war, as well as suggesting increasingly public divisions among his inner circle of top officials, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 145th day of Putin's war crimes
18 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 18 July 2022: As Putin's war in Ukraine grinds on, Poland is becoming an increasingly valuable NATO member, as Ukrainian president Zelenskyy has appointed an experienced security official and corruption fighter as the acting head of the domestic security agency after abruptly sidelining his predecessor, as EU seeking to double gas imports from Azerbaijan, as Ukraine’s foreign partners need to increase their financial support for Kyiv to help it maintain financial stability during the war with Russia, to presidential adviser Tymofiy Mylovanov, as UK media regulator says Russian broadcaster RT broke impartiality rules, as the Perinatal Centre in Pokrovsk city in Donbas region heightens anxieties, as six people have been killed by Russian shelling in Toretsk, an eastern Ukrainian town, according to emergency workers, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 145th day of Putin's war crimes
19 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 July 2022: Hungary not against transit of weapons to Ukraine through its territory, foreign ministry says, as enemy retreats with losses in Sloviansk and Donetsk directions, as president Zelensky, Duda discuss defense support for Ukraine from Poland and allies, as president signs decree on Venediktova's dismissal, as Ukrainian forces shoot down enemy drone in Dnipropetrovsk region, as Antonivka Bridge damaged, but still usable according to Kherson Regional Council, as South Buh direction says enemy in defense, suffering losses in logistics, reserves, as Ukraine becomes association member of International Energy Agency, as Russia keeps three cruise missile carriers combat-ready in Black Sea, as Russian troops jump out of trucks, only to dodge Ukraine deployment according to intercept, as SBU collects evidence of Russian nuclear terrorism in Chornobyl Exclusion Zone, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 146th day of Putin's war crimes
19 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 July 2022: 28-year-old volunteer from Sweden was killed after being hit in the chest by a grenade, as ex-Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova to get diplomatic job, as Russian military shells Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, as Russian troops violate safety rules at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, as deputy Defense Minister Havrylov said that Ukraine is preparing to 'destroy' Russia’s Black Sea fleet with the help of longer-range weapons from the West, as program launched in USA to provide prosthetics for injured Ukrainian children, as Russian shelling of Sloviansk traps people under the rubble, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 146th day of Putin's war crimes
19 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 19 July 2022: Putin to discuss Ukrainian grain exports with Turkish officials in Tehran, as Ukrainian 16-year-old Ukrainian boy held hostage by Russia tells of cleaning up torture rooms, as Vladislav’s vivid account of his time in captivity is a depiction of violent interrogations involving brutal beatings, and confirms other reports of Russian and pro-Russian separatist forces mistreating detainees, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 146th day of Putin's war crimes
19 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 19 July 2022: Ukraine has joined the USA-aligned International Energy Agency as an association country, the watchdog announced, binding Kyiv closer to the mostly Western countries which oppose Russia’s invasion, as IEA consists of 31 big energy consuming member countries but not Russia and has a second tier of 11 so-called association states such as China, India and Indonesia, as CEO of Turkey’s Baykar, which makes the drones being widely used by Ukraine against Russian forces, has ruled out supplying the Bayraktar TB2 to Moscow, saying in an interview that Ukraine is 'under very heavy aggression and disproportionate attacks', as Ukraine parliament votes to remove security chief and prosecutor general, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 146th day of Putin's war crimes
20 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 July 2022: Fighting continues on approaches to Vuhlehirska TPP, near Berestove, as a group of creditors of Ukraine from G7 countries allow suspension of Ukraine’s debt service payments, as Austria’s FM says terms of peace in Ukraine must not be dictated by Russia, as Russians trying to hold on to defensive lines in captured territories of south, as Ukraine told China that responsibility for aggression lies only with Russia, as now more than 30 countries have sent lethal military assistance to Ukraine according to USA' defense secretary Lloyd Austin, as Ukraine's official Oleksiy Danilov said 86 people subject to criteria under law on oligarchs, as president Zelensky on accession to EU said Ukraine has already started implementing EC recommendations, as Czech, Austrian foreign ministers visit Irpin, and as Austrian foreign minister says Putin should not win, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 147th day of Putin's war crimes
20 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 July 2022: Kyiv Independent reports from inside Ukraine’s covert operation to take out Russia's Wagner Group mercenaries in Donbas, as Beirut port rejects Russian ships with stolen Ukrainian grain according to Ukraine’s Intelligence, as USA's defense secretary Austin said that the next package of military aid to Ukraine will include four more HIMARS artillery rocket systems, as Russian shelling kills 3, wounds 1 in Kharkiv, as Russia threatens Wikipedia for hosting information about Ukraine invasion, as Russian troops shell residential area in Nikopol, killing 2 people, as Russian forces kidnap around 400 people in Zaporizhzhia Oblast, as Russian forces launch missile strikes on Odesa Oblast, as Russian forces shell Huliaipole, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 147th day of Putin's war crimes
20 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 20 July 2022: Russian foreign minister says peace talks 'don't make any sense', as EU accuses Russia of blackmail over gas supplies, and as he EU has agreed on a new round of sanctions against Russia, this time targeting its gold exports, as well as individuals and entities, as Russia’s offensive in Ukraine’s Donbas region continues to make minimal gains, according to British military intelligence, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 147th day of Putin's war crimes
20 July 2022 the 'BBC' reports on the 147th day of Putin's war crimes: 20 July 2022: Russia expands war aims beyond east Ukraine, as Russia's Putin finds keen ally in rare trip to Iran, since 2015 already militarily connected in Syria, as the European Commission has urged countries across the bloc to cut their gas use by 15% from August to March amid fears Russia could halt supplies, the BBC reports
20 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 20 July 2022: Ukraine’s first lady made an emotional pitch to USA lawmakers for more weapons to fight Russian invaders, saying she spoke for millions of parents fearing for their children, and that Ukraine needs air-defense systems 'in order for rockets not to kill children in their strollers', 'help us to stop this terror against Ukrainians', as a 13-year-old boy was killed by a Russian missile strike as he waited for a bus in Ukraine’s northeastern city of Kharkiv, according to a local official, 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 147th day of Putin's war crimes
21 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 July 2022: Ukraine seeks to bring Russia’s political, military leaders to justice for crime of aggression, as Kremlin regime spreading narrative that EU potential for Russia sanctions already 'exhausted', as PM Denys Shmyhal inspects Izmail, Reni river ports, as draft resolution recognizing Russia’s actions in Ukraine as genocide presented in USA Senate, as quarter of 100,000 Donbas men forcibly drafted by Russia to fight Ukraine Army already killed 19:00 Control over the arms supplies: Ukraine sets up tracking system, as over 1,000 detached houses damaged by Russian projectiles in Huliaipole, as male body recovered from under rubble of school destroyed in Kramatorsk, as presentation of an online platform started that will allow foreigners to help the Armed Forces, as Ukraine’s foreign exchange reserves to cut to $21B by year end according to NBU, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 148th day of Putin's war crimes
21 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 July 2022: Ukraine repels Russian attacks near Bakhmut, Vuhlehirska thermal power plant according to general staff, as CIA director says Putin believes USA will forget about Ukraine, as Russia steps up shelling of border villages in Chernihiv Oblast, as Russia has used up to 60% of its missile stock since February 24 according to intelligence, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 148th day of Putin's war crimes
21 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 21 July 2022: Russia 'about to run out of steam' with an operational pause of some kind in Ukraine in the coming weeks, offering Ukraine chance and key opportunity to strike back, Britain’s spy chief Richard Moore said addressing the Aspen Security Forum, after at least two people have been killed and 19 injured in an attack on Kharkiv according to the region’s governor Oleh Synyehubov, saying that the injured included one child, and that four people 'are in serious condition', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 148th day of Putin's war crimes
21 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 21 July 2022: Russian shelling pounded a densely populated area in Ukraine’s second-largest city of Kharkiv Thursday, killing at least two people and injuring at least 21 citizens, as police said cluster bombs hit Barabashovo Market, a public bazaar where AP news agency journalists saw a woman crying over her dead husband’s body, and as local officials said the shelling also struck a bus stop, a gymnasium and a residential building, as the UK will send scores of artillery guns and more than 1,600 anti-tank weapons to Ukraine in the latest supply of Western arms to help bolster its defence against Russia, UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace, Al Jazeera's online journalist Usaid Siddiqui reported on the 148th day of Putin's war crimes
22 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 July 2022: Ukrainian tractor hits anti-tank mine in Kyiv region during agricultural work, as Ukrainian army repels attacks in four directions, as president Zelensky, Johnson discuss training of Ukrainian military in Britain, as Ukrainian kamikaze drone hits Russian positions near Zaporizhia NPP, as Ukraine, Guatemala to sign visa-free deal, as Ukraine's exports in June amounted to $3.2B according to PM Shmyhal, as enemy continues shelling Mykolaiv, Kherson regions, and livestock killed by landmines, as Russian soldiers threatened with concentration camp in ‘L/DPR’ for refusing to fight, as Russian forces continue shelling Chernihiv, Sumy regions using mortars, artillery and MLRS, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 149th day of Putin's war crimes
22 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 July 2022: Ukraine General Staff says Russian troops fail to advance in several directions in Donetsk Oblast, as international rating agencies signal Belarus hit default, as Armed Forces report destroying Russian artillery division, as 3 people killed, 23 injured by Russian shelling of Kharkiv, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 149th day of Putin's war crimes
22 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 July 2022: Istanbul's Ukraine grain export deal hailed as 'life-saving’, as Red Cross says deal to allow grain to leave Black Sea ports is vital, and as West warns Russian regime to uphold agreement, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 149th day of Putin's war crimes
22 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates: 22 July 2022: G7 will be watching closely to ensure a deal to resume Ukrainian grain exports through the Black Sea does not 'put Ukraine further at risk of being further invaded and attacked by Russia' according to Canada and USA, saying country will work to hold Russia accountable, as Poland's defence minister said his country will buy 48 FA-50 fighter jets, the first instalment of 180 K2 Black Panther tanks and howitzers from South Korea, as the country seeks to strengthen its army because of the war in Ukraine, as UK’s Ministry of Defence said Ukrainian forces were continuing to repel an assault on the Vuhlehirsk power plant, 50km northeast of Donetsk, Al Jazeera's online journalist Usaid Siddiqui reported on the 149th day of Putin's war crimes
23 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 July 2022: Russian troops open fire on Sumy Region with heavy artillery, civilian killed, as number of those injured in Russia’s missile attack on Kirovohrad Region rises to 19, as Ukraine Army repulses enemy assaults on Vuhlehirska TPP, invaders suffer losses, as support for Ukraine from the USA is and will be comprehensive according to Jill Biden, as Fine Arts Museum damaged in Russia’s missile strike on Odesa, as president Zelensky says war will not stop life in Ukraine or make us hostages to horrors it has brought, as UK'a Boris Johnson visits Ukrainian military trained by British instructors, as first ladies of Lithuania and Latvia visit Irpin, Bucha, as Zelensky thanks US Congress for HIMARS, munitions, UAVs, as UK to train 10,000 Ukrainians with little to no military experience, as agrarian policy Ministry says grain for shipment stored at Odesa port struck by Russians, as Ukrainian forces use Stugna missile system to destroy enemy anti-tank platoon, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 150th day of Putin's war crimes
23 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 July 2022: Russia hits residential building in Mykolaiv, people injured, as Hungarian PM Viktor Orban, longtime Putin supporter, said during a speech in Romania that the current Western strategy in response to Russia's invasion, built on the idea that Ukraine can win the war against Russia with NATO weapons and that sanctions will deter Russia, has failed, as Russian troops deliver ammunition to Kherson Oblast under guise of humanitarian aid, as president Zelensky says 'No matter what Russia promises, it will find ways not to implement it', as Germany delays defense weapon delivery to Ukraine, including IRIS-T missiles, as Russian missile strike hits Zaporizhzhia Oblast, as Russia launches 6 missiles on Mykolaiv, as Russia’s attack on Kharkiv downtown hits residential building, university, as Russia’s war has killed at least 358 children, wounded 683 since February 24 according to the Prosecutor General’s Office, saying the numbers are expected to be higher since they do not include casualties in the Russian-occupied territories and areas where hostilities are ongoing, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 150th day of Putin's war crimes
23 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 July 2022: Ukraine continues to prepare to restart grain exports from its Black Sea ports despite a Russian missile strike that hit the port of Odesa according Ukrainian infrastructure minister Oleksandr Kubrakov, as Odesa attack like Putin spitting in UN's face according to the Ukrainian embassy in Ankara, as three people were killed as 13 Russian missiles hit a military airfield and railway infrastructure in Ukraine’s central Kirovohrad region according to local governor Andriy Raikovych, as Russian rockets targeted a town and nearby villages in the Dnipropetrovsk region of central-eastern Ukraine according to region’s governor Valentyn Reznychenko, as in the southern Ukrainian town of Nikopol on the Dnipro river continued Russian shelling killed at least one person according to Ukrainian official Oleksandr Vilkul,'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 150th day of Putin's war crimes
23 July 2022 Russia should be held to account for strike on Odesa, U.S.News reports: 23 July 2022: USA envoy Bridget Brink says Russia should be held to account for missile strike on Odesa, speaking during a visit to Borodianka as Russia's attacks on Ukraine continue, Reuter and U.S.Nnews are reporting on the 150th day of Putin's war crimes, as Al Jazeera says Russia tells Turkey it had ‘nothing to do’ with Odesa port strike
24 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 July 2022: $100,000 donated in Krakow through United24 for children's hospitals in Ukraine, as Ukrainian paratroopers destroy Russian Su-25 by Igla, as during shelling of Khmelnytskyi region downed Russian missiles fell outside population centers, as enemy suffers losses, continues attempts to seize Vuhlehirska TPP, as in intercepted call, Russian soldier debunks Russian propaganda’s 'Ukraine nearing surrender' claim, as Ukrainian forces shoot down Russia’s Zala drone, as tractor blows up on mine in field outside Kharkiv, driver killed, as USA looking into designating Russia as sponsor of terrorism according to ambassador, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 151st day of Putin's war crimes
24 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 July 2022: Russian army fails to advance in Kherson Oblast, retreats ‘chaotically’ after Ukrainian troops repelled Russian attacks near the villages of Sukhyi Stavok and Bilohirka near the border between Kherson and Mykolayiv oblasts according to Ukraine's General Staff, as Poland crowdfunds Bayraktar drone for Ukraine, as Polish fighter Tomasz Walentek killed in eastern Ukraine, as Ukrainian forces kill 12 Russian soldiers from elite Sakhalin unit, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 151st day of Putin's war crimes
24 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 July 2022: Ukraine predicts it will recapture Kherson region, push to restart grain exports after missile attack, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 151st day of Putin's war crimes
24 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 151st day of Putin's war crimes: 24 July 2022: Ukraine’s military reported Russian shelling in numerous locations in the north, south and east, and again referred to Russian operations paving the way for an assault on Bakhmut in the Donbas region, as Ukraine’s air force command said it had shot down three Kalibr cruise missiles launched by the Russian forces from the Black Sea and aimed at the western Khmelnytskyi region, as Ukrainian forces are gradually moving into the southern Kherson region, which was taken over by Russia at the start of the war, as Putin regime's pre-war address attacking Ukraine’s history has brought an unexpected windfall for book shops, motivating Ukrainians to find out more about their and Europe's past, leading to a surge in sales of history books, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
25 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 July 2022: Ukraine, Guatemala sign visa waiver agreement, as Ukrainian forces shoot down Russian Su-25 fighter jet, as enemy continues assault on Vuhlehirsk thermal power plant, as Guatemala ready to join creation of special tribunal for Russia, as first 'Stormer HVM' air defense systems arrive in Ukraine, as Russians kidnap 63 officials, about 300 activists in Kherson region, as presiodent Zelensky meets with Guatemalan president in Kyiv, as three children injured by debris of downed enemy drone in Volyn region, as Russian Kamaz truck crushes car with three civilians inside in Zaporizhzhia region, as enemy UAVs downed in Volyn region flew from Belarus, as Ukrainian paratroopers destroy Russian Ka-52 by Igla, as explosion heard in occupied Berdiansk , 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 152nd day of Putin's war crimes
25 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 July 2022: Russian state-owned Gazprom to reduce gas flow through Nord Stream to 20%, blames turbine issue, as up to 60,000 people remain in Russian-occupied Melitopol, or one-third of pre-invasion population according to mayor, as Kharkiv authorities to build bomb shelters near bus stops, as 2 former ministers charged with treason, as security service arrests alleged Russian collaborator in Kyiv, as HIMARS destroyed about 50 Russian ammunition depots in Ukraine according to defense minister Oleksiy Reznikov, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 152nd day of Putin's war crimes
25 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 July 2022: Ukrainian forces reportedly destroyed 50 Russian ammunition depots using USA-supplied Himars rocket systems against Putin regime's aggression, as Ukraine hopes to start exporting grain from its ports this week, despite Russia’s attack on Odesa, as a joint coordination centre will liaise with the shipping industry and will publish detailed procedures for ships in the near future according to UN's Farhan Haq, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 152nd day of Putin's war crimes
25 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 152nd day of Putin's war crimes: 25 July 2022: Ukraine urges citizens to reveal Russian troops locations in Enerhodar, which is home to a major nuclear power station, wanting to know the identities of local collaborators with the occupying authorities, as envoys at an Arab League summit accepted Putin regime's FM Lavrov in Cairo on Sunday, allowing him to speak, as Ukrainian president Zelenskyy - at home in the attacked European democracy - said Russian missile raids on Odesa were blatant 'barbarism' that showed Moscow regime could not be trusted to implement the grain deal, as the UN, the EU, the USA, UK and other peaceful countries condemned the attacks, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
26 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 July 2022: Ukraine's Olena Zelenska in an interview with Vogue expresses her firm confidence in the victory of Ukraine, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces repulse three attacks in Bakhmut direction, battle ongoing near Pokrovske, as president’s office invites ambassadors of 28 countries to discuss participation in Ukraine’s reconstruction, aas Ukraine received over 680,000 tonnes of humanitarian aid since beginning of war, as another body pulled from rubble of cultural center in Chuhuiv, as - with ruins, bonfires in streets, unsanitary conditions - Mariupol struggling to live under occupation, as Ukrainian defenders destroy Russian Lancet kamikaze drone, as Ukrainian forces strike barracks of Russian invaders in Lysychansk, as Ukrainian counterintelligence officers destroy three Russian T-72s by attack drones, as Ukrainian defenders destroy over 30 Russian arms depots over past two weeks, as Ukraine can help EU replace 5 bcm of Russian gas according to energy minister Galushchenko, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 153th day of Putin's war crimes
26 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 July 2022: Russian families of missing soldiers call on dictator Putin to find their relatives, as Putin asks Erdogan to build drone maker Baykar factory in Russia, as two people killed by Russian attack on Chuhuiv in Kharkiv Oblast, as Ukrainian cabinet asks USA to supply gas to prepare for heating season, as Russia launched 13 missiles on Odesa Oblast on July 26, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 153th day of Putin's war crimes
26 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 July 2022: EU renews Russian sanctions until 2023 and sets out plan to ration gas this winter, as foreign ministers from 27 member states mostly backed a plan for a voluntary 15% reduction in gas usage over the winter, as Turkey's Erdogan will hold a one-day visit to the Russian resort of Sochi on 5 August supposed that he will meet with Russian regime's Putin, as a joint coordination centre for Ukrainian grain exports under a UN-brokered deal will be opened in a 'ceremony' (!) in Istanbul on Wednesday, Turkey’s defence ministry said, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 153th day of Putin's war crimes
27 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 July 2022: Ukrainian paratroopers destroy Russian amored personnel carrier along with crew, self-propelled mortar, as Russian forces admit using phosphorus, cluster munitions in Ukraine according to intercept, as Germany greenlights sale to Ukraine of 100 Panzerhaubitze2000 self-propelled howitzers, as photo journalist Oleksandr Savochenko dies in battle outside Bakhmut, as Slovenia will help Ukraine reconstruct Kharkiv, demine territories, also ready to launch new rehabilitation programs for Ukrainians, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces eliminate 51 Russians, two howitzers in southern Ukraine, as FM of Slovenia visits Irpin, as president Zelensky says HIMARS and other precision weapons turning course of war in our favor, as in Russian strikes on Mykolayiv 10 apartment blocks, city market, cottages damaged, as infrastructure minister Oleksandr Kubrakov explains on grain exports that Ukraine will shift to Plan B - the use the Danube ports and railways - if Russia attacks ports, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 154th day of Putin's war crimes
27 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 July 2022: Poles launch fundraiser to buy 3 equipped evacuation helicopters for Ukraine, as Russia threatens with 'harsh response' if West increases weapon supplies to Ukraine, as Germany greenlights sale of 100 howitzers worth 1.7 billion euros to Ukraine, as 84% of Ukrainians are against peace with Russia if it involves territorial concessions according to KIIS survey, as at least 2 people killed, 4 injured in Russian attack on Bakhmut, as Russia hits hotel in Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, killing civilians, as Ukraine's Armed Forces liberate Andriivka village in Kherson Oblast, as Russia shoots down own helicopter in 'friendly fire' in Kherson, as Russian missiles hit Mykolaiv, as Russia shells Dnipropetrovsk region, 1 civilian wounded, as Russian forces strike Kharkiv on July 27, as Ukraine’s military defeats 89 Russian troops in southern Ukraine on July 26, as USA Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has approved to treat injured Ukrainian troops at a Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, as death toll after a Russian missile strike on Chuhuiv on 25 July reached three people, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 154th day of Putin's war crimes
27 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 July 2022: Ukraine attacks key Kherson bridge in bid to isolate Russian forces, seeking to disrupt major Russian supply route through Antonivskiy bridge in bid to retake southern city of Kherson, as the Czech government has backed allowing its fighter jets to protect neighbouring Slovakia’s air space from September, and Poland is also expected to take part, as the governor of Kharkiv said that ten high-rise buildings have been damaged as a result of shelling today, adding that 'the Russians deliberately target civilian infrastructure objects hospitals, schools, movie theatres. Everything is being fired at, even queues for humanitarian aid', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 154th day of Putin's war crimes
27 July 2022 British 'BBC' reports: 27 July 2022: Gas prices have soared after Russia further cut gas supplies to Germany and other central European countries, as European gas prices are up almost 2% trading above an earlier all-time high after Russia invaded Ukraine, and as critics accuse the Russian regime of using gas as a political weapon, British 'BBC' reports on the 154th day of Putin's war crimes
27 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 154th day of Putin's war crimes: 27 July 2022: Polish PM says Russia cannot be trusted on Ukraine grain deal, as Gazprom cuts Nord Stream 1 gas flows to 20% of capacity, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
28 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 July 2022: Ukrainian president, Dutch PM discuss defense cooperation, as Ukraine, Lithuania will continue to work together to speed up Ukraine's EU integration, as enemy forces violating customs of war, dressing in Ukraine Army uniforms, as number of those injured in missile attack on Kropyvnytskyi rises to 26, as fragments of Russian missile found in forest in Vyshgorod district, as Lithuania to support speedy beginning of talks on Ukraine's EU membership, as Lithuanian president announces new package of military aid to Ukraine, as Ukrainian soldiers destroy another Russian BTR-82, as Russia launched 49 missile and 44 air strikes on Ukraine in July, as in missile strike on Kropyvnytskyi 5 people killed, 25 wounded, as USA welcomes appointment of specialized anti-corruption prosecutor, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces liberated three settlements in Kherson region over past two weeks, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 155th day of Putin's war crimes
28 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 July 2022: Security Service detains individuals issuing Ukrainian passports to Russian saboteurs, as 2 people injured by mines while swimming in Mykolaiv Oblast, as $1 billion in assets of Russian, Belarusian companies seized in Ukraine, as Russian occupiers introduce punishments for using Ukrainian currency hryvnia in Kherson Oblast, as Russian shelling kills policeman in Kharkiv Oblast, as USA Senate passes resolution calling on State Department to recognize Russia as state sponsor of terrorism, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 155th day of Putin's war crimes
28 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 July 2022: At least 75,000 Russians killed or injured according to USA officials, as regime's spokesman Pecow rejected the figures as fake sayiny death toll for its forces still standing at just 1,351, as Italy's Matteo Salvini has planned a trip to Moscow with flights bought by the Russian embassy, after he described Russian regime's Putin earlier as 'the best statesman currently on Earth', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 155th day of Putin's war crimes
28 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 155th day of Putin's war crimes: 28 July 2022: Five people killed and 25 wounded in a Russian missile strike on a flight school in the central Ukrainian city of Kropyvnytskyi, as USA's Antony Blinken said country's government made a 'substantial proposal' to Moscow regime to free basketball star Brittney Griner and former Marine Paul Whelan, as more than 75,000 Russian soldiers have been killed or injured since Putin's regime launched his war against Ukraine, unable to understand the 21st century and the global development since WWI, as Ukraine is celebrating the 'Day of Ukrainian Statehood' today for the first time ever, as ArcelorMittal, the world’s number-two steel maker, has said its profits fell in the second quarter, weighed down by inflation and Russia’s war in Ukraine, and as Russian court fines Ukraine-born journalist Ovsyannikova for anti-Ukraine war posts, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 155th day of Putin's war crimes
29 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 July 2022: Russia incapable of overthrowing Ukrainian government according to Canadian intelligence, as Germany sends 16 armored bridgelayers to Ukrainian army, as ten ships loaded with grain ready to leave ‘Odesa’ and ‘Chornomorsk’ ports, as Ukrainian reforms will continue, Zelensky assures G7 ambassadors, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces neutralize enemy reconnaissance group in Slovyansk direction, as Wagner Group members kill Ukrainian POWs in Olenivka according to intelligence data, as body of second killed man removed from rubble in Kramatorsk, as Ukraine calls on ICC’s Office of Prosecutor to document atrocities committed by Russians against Ukrainian POWs, as Russians strike food enterprise in Kharkiv region with Tochka-U, as North Macedonia to donate tanks to Ukraine, as Ukraine expects to harvest up to 20M tonnes of wheat, as FM Kuleba calls on partners to recognize Russia as terrorist state after shelling of Olenivka, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 156th day of Putin's war crimes
29 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 July 2022: Unemployment hits 35% in Ukraine. as according to the National Bank of Ukraine, the deep economic recession increased unemployment, as Russians continue to target civilians in Mykolaiv with cluster bombs, killing 5 people, wounding 7, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 156th day of Putin's war crimes
29 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 July 2022: Ukraine’s president says Black Sea ports ready to export grain, as Kyiv calls on world leaders to condemn Russia over attack that led to death of 40 PoW, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 156th day of Putin's war crimes
29 July 2022 British 'BBC' reports: 29 July 2022: Speaking on a visit to the port of Chornomorsk, Ukrainian president Zelensky said first grain ship from Ukraine since Russia's invasion is ready and waiting for the signal to leave the port according to the recent Istanbul agreement, as Chornomorsk is one of three Ukrainian Black Sea ports waiting for the green light with 17 ships now and 600,000 tonnes of cargo, and as - concerning the destination - the UN aid chief said Somalia was a priority, with eight areas of the country at risk of famine
29 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 156th day of Putin's war crimes: 29 July 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy says his country is ready to start grain shipments from Black Sea ports and is awaiting a signal from the UN and Turkey to start the shipments, as Ukraine issued ruling to seize Syrian vessel docked in Lebanon, as Ukrainian intelligence services say a deadly attack on a prisoner of war camp in eastern Ukraine was a targeted explosion by Russian forces, as Ukraine appeals to International Criminal Court after prison attack, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 156th day of Putin's war crimes
30 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 July 2022: Parliament of Montenegro condemns Russia’s armed aggression against Ukraine, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces repulse Russian assaults in three directions, as UN experts ready to help investigate attack on prison in Olenivka, as state guarantees protection, support to people evacuated from Donetsk region according to Ukraine's deputy PM Iryna Vereshchuk, as about UAH 200M of charity donations collected for reanimation medical vehicles, as Ukraine gets $5M from Qatar for medical care, as more Krab howitzers ready to be handed over to Ukraine, as Ukrainian army 'closes' railway bridge across Dnipro in Kherson to Russian forces, as - following terrorist attack in Olenivka - Ukraine demands international probe, waiting for list of victims from Russia, as Norway donates 14 Iveco LAV III armored vehicles to Ukraine, as Ukrainian forces destroy several enemy arms and fuel depots in southern Ukraine, as Kryvyi Rih district comes under enemy shelling, as Ukrainian diplomat reacts to cynical calls by Russian diplomats to execute Azov fighters, as Russia actively preparing for 'referendums' in Kherson, Zaporizhia regions according to intelligence, as male body recovered from under rubble after Russia’s shelling of Bakhmut, as Ukraine initiates procedure to bring back bodies of servicemen killed in Olenivka according to ombudsman Lubinets, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 157th day of Putin's war crimes
30 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 July 2022: Russian forces storm village near Bakhmut in Donetsk Oblast, as the General Staff also said that Russian forces are trying to launch an offensive near the towns of Bakhmut and Avdiivka, as UN ready to investigate attack that killed 50 Ukrainian POWs in Olenivka, as combine harvester hits anti-tank mine in field near Kharkiv, farmer injured, as Poland ready to hand over 8 AHS Krab howitzers to Ukraine, Ukraine’s military successfully shoot down Russian Sukhoi aircraft, as the number of casualties of Russian July 29 strike on Mykolaiv rises to 7, as General Staff says Russia has lost 40,670 troops in Ukraine since February 24, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 157th day of Putin's war crimes
30 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 July 2022: Ukraine hits back at Russian calls to ‘hang’ and ‘humiliate’ Azov fighters, saying comments from Russian embassy Twitter account shows Russia ‘is a state sponsor of terrorism’, as Ukraine awaits UN all-clear for grain shipments, amid outcry over killing of Ukraine PoWs, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 157th day of Putin's war crimes
30 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 157th day of Putin's war crimes: 30 July 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy says his country is ready to start grain shipments from Black Sea ports and is awaiting a signal from the UN and Turkey to start the shipments, as Ukraine issued ruling to seize Syrian vessel docked in Lebanon, as Ukrainian intelligence services say a deadly attack on a prisoner of war camp in eastern Ukraine was a targeted explosion by Russian forces, as Ukraine appeals to International Criminal Court after prison attack, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 157th day of Putin's war crimes
31 July 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 July 2022: USA ambassador reacts to terrorist attack in Olenivka, saying barbaric treatment of POWs unacceptable, as Russia uses ‘scorched-earth policy’ in Ukraine with over 17,000 strikes on civilian objects, as Russia’s special train of over 40 cars destroyed with HIMARS in Kherson Region, as Sumy Region’s village under enemy fire, houses pierced with projectile fragments. as Russians pushed back in three directions, partially succeed near Avdiivka according to General Staff, as Ukrainian aviation strikes enemy strong points in southern Ukraine, as Ukrainian pilot boat blown up at Danube mouth, passage through Bystre Canal restricted, as massive shelling of Mykolaiv, Russia fired almost 40 missiles, as Ukrainian air defense soldiers down Russian Ptero drone, as Ukraine's defense minister Reznikov thanks Italy for new military aid package for Ukraine, as some villages in Kherson region completely destroyed, as Crimean Tatar people's mejlis Refat Chubarov says Russians should prepare for provocations by FSB, as new bill recognizing Russia as state sponsor of terrorism introduced in USA, as Russian forces withdraw from two settlements in Zaporizhia region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 158th day of Putin's war crimes
31 July 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 July 2022: Kyiv Oblast police chief Andriy Nebytov said 1,348 civilians found dead after Russian retreat, adding that 300 Kyiv Oblast residents are still missing after Russian forces retreated from Kyiv Oblast in early April, Russia strikes Odesa Oblast with 2 Iskander ballistic missiles, as Ukraine destroys Russian echelon in Kherson Obast with HIMARS, as Russia attacks residential areas, cemetery in Myropilla, Sumy Oblast, as General Staff says Russia moves troops from north of Donetsk Oblast to the south, as 200 Russian marines refuse to come back to fight in Ukraine according to intelligence, as passage through Danube's Bystre mouth restricted after boat explosion, as explosion reported at warehouse of Bulgarian firm that supplied arms to Ukraine, as Russia's new naval doctrine defines USA as its main threat, as president Zelensky says Ukraine's harvest this year is under threat of being twice less than in 2021, as Ukrainian Navy slams Russia's accusation of drone strike on Sevastopol, 'Kyiv Independent' reports with live updates on the 158th day of Putin's war crimes
31 July 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 31 July 2022: Founder and owner of Ukrainian agriculture company Nibulon - specialised in the production and export of wheat, barley and corn, and with its own fleet and shipyard - Oleksiy Vadatursky and his wife were killed in their home in the city of Mykolaiv in a Russian strike on the Mykolaiv region, the local governor Vitaliy Kim said on Sunday, as Moscow regime's Putin has said the Russian navy will receive hypersonic Zircon cruise missiles within the next few months, as a drone flew into the Russian headquarters of its Black Sea fleet in Sevastopol has injured six people, and as Sevastopol stops Navy Day festivities after drone attack, as the death toll from a strike on a bus stop in the southern city of Mykolaiv on Friday climbed to seven after two men died in hospital, as Latvia urges EU to declare Russia a terrorism sponsor, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 158th day of Putin's war crimes
31 July 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 158th day of Putin's war crimes: 31 July 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy says his country is ready to start grain shipments from Black Sea ports and is awaiting a signal from the UN and Turkey to start the shipments, as Ukraine issued ruling to seize Syrian vessel docked in Lebanon, as Ukrainian intelligence services say a deadly attack on a prisoner of war camp in eastern Ukraine was a targeted explosion by Russian forces, as Ukraine appeals to International Criminal Court after prison attack, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 158th day of Putin's war crimes
1 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 August 2022: Ukraine’s Armed Forces neutralize Russian recon group near Mazanivka, prevent enemy advance towards Marinka, as Russian ammo, equipment depot destroyed near Skadovsk, as Russians place missile systems near Lake Solene in Crimea. as enemy strikes Kryvyi Rih district, railway track destroyed, train movement suspended, as Zelensky, Macron discuss arms supplies, increase in grain exports. as Russian military equipment spotted in Mariupol driving towards Zaporizhzhia 17:32 Ukraine receives four more HIMARS systems – Reznikov, as Ukrainian military destroy Russia’s Tunguska in Kharkiv Region, as parliament prepares statement to international community regarding Russia’s war crime in Olenivka, as forty-six settlements in Kherson Region liberated but remain under enemy fire, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 159th day of Putin's war crimes
1 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 August 2022: Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion, with live updates on the 159th day of Putin's war crimes
1 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 August 2022: Attack on hospital in Mykolaiv described as 'cynical terrorism' by mayor Oleksandr Syenkevych, saying 'this is an ordinary hospital, which every day received residents of the city, including victims of Russian shelling, ... part of the hospital’s main building was also destroyed. There, too, it is necessary to put everything in order. In those departments that survived, we will remove all the debris, block the windows and check the equipment', adding an attack on medical facilities in the city today is 'nothing more than cynical terrorism by Russian troops', as Sierra Leone-flagged ship Razoni carrying 26,000 tonnes of corn for Lebanon has left the port of Odesa for the first time since the start of the Russian invasion, now in August to unblock Ukraine’s agricultural exports and ease a growing global food crisis, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 159th day of Putin's war crimes
1 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 159th day of Putin's war crimes: 1 August 2022: Russian fscist regime's Putin warns against nuclear war, as UN chief warns world is one step from ‘nuclear annihilation’, as Biden urges Russia to engage in nuclear talks, as Japan’s Kishida urges nuclear states to act ‘responsibly’ about non-proliferation, as EU starts to starts disbursing 1 billion loan in financial support to Ukraine, as France will donate a mobile DNA lab to Kyiv in a show of support aimed at ensuring alleged war crimes by Russian forces in Ukraine do not go unpunished, as Ukraine receives four more USA-made HIMARS rocket systems, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 159th day of Putin's war crimes
2 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 August 2022: Invaders already fired more than 1,100 projectiles at Nikopol district, as Russian war in Ukraine causes direct damage worth $108B according to research, as Ukraine downs seven of eight Russian missiles launched from Caspian Sea on 2 August, as Russian missile reportedly strikes Lviv region bordering Poland, as Ukraine forces rebuff Russian attempts to advance in several areas, as Ukraine’s culture minister, USA ambassador talk cooperation in supporting Ukrainian media 19:20 With June exports at $3.2B, Ukrainian PM hopes to see growth, as two enemy missiles shot down over Vinnytsia region, as president Zelensky meets with OSCE Chairman-in-Office, as Ukraine receives €1B in macro-financial assistance from EU, as death toll in strike on evacuation bus in Kherson region rises to three, as Russians strike Dnipropetrovsk region with Smerch MLRS, as seven more localities de-occupied in Kherson region, now totaling 53, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 160th day of Putin's war crimes
2 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 August 2022: Ukraine’s air defense intercepts 7 out of 8 missiles in recent Russian strike, as General Staff says Russian forces have partial success in several directions, as death toll of Russian missile attack on Vinnytsia grows to 27, as two Russian rockets shot down over Vinnytsia on Auguast 2, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 160th day of Putin's war crimes
2 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 August 2022: First shipment of Ukrainian grain reaches Turkish waters, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 160th day of Putin's war crimes
2 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 160th day of Putin's war crimes: 2 August 2022: Ukraine has recaptured 53 settlements in the mostly Russian-occupied southern region of Kherson since the start of Moscow’s invasion, as USA has issued a fresh round of sanctions on Russia, including against metals company MMK, Putin associate, as Canada says imposing further sanctions on Russia, as Lebanon’s top prosecutor has lifted his seizure order on a ship docked in Lebanon accused by Ukraine of carrying stolen flour and barley and allowed it to sail, as Russia’s ethnic minorities lament the war in Ukraine, as more than 10 million people have fled Ukraine towards neighbouring countries since Russia invaded the country in late February according to UN, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 160th day of Putin's war crimes
3 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 August 2022: Ukraine expects to harvest up to 67M tonnes of grain and oilseeds this year, as woman killed, man injured in Russia’s shelling of Dnipropetrovsk Region, as Estonia to continue military assistance and support Ukraine on its way to NATO, as enemy pushed back in Southern Bug, Avdiivka and Bakhmut directions according to General Staff, as Ukrainian military destroy Russia’s UR-77 vehicle in Kharkiv Region, as Ukrainian POWs tortured in Olenivka to be used for Russian propaganda according to intelligence, as SBU exposes Russian spy network who gathered intelligence on military facilities, as Russians preparing counteroffensive to advance to Kherson region’s administrative border, as in Kherson, Russians stocking up on inflatable boats after Ukraine forces strike bridges, hindering potential retreat, as president Zelensky says terrorists claim responsibility for crimes they commit, while Russia has no courage to do so, as Poland decries Russian missile attack on region bordering the country during FM Zbigniew Rau’s Ukraine visit, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 161st day of Putin's war crimes
3 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 August 2022: Ukrainian military repels all Russian attacks in Bakhmut direction, as intelligence says before executing, Russian forces tortured Ukrainian POWs in Olenivka, as Russian attack on Chuhuiv kills 1, wounds another 2 people, as IAEA says Russia-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant 'out of control', Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 161st day of Putin's war crimes
3 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 August 2022: The Ukrainian prisoners of war killed last week in an explosion at their barracks were the victims of a Putin regime's 'special operation' plotted in advance and approved at the highest levels, according to senior government officials in Kyiv, citing intelligence, satellite data and phone intercepts, saying the inmates were killed in a callous and premeditated war crime, suggesting it was carried out by Russian mercenaries from the Wagner Group, working closely with Putin’s FSB spy agency, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 161st day of Putin's war crimes
3 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 161st day of Putin's war crimes: 3 August 2022: The first Ukrainian grain ship to depart since the war began is sailing towards Lebanon’s Tripoli, its final destination, following cargo checks in Turkey, as USA senators are expected to ratify NATO membership for Sweden and Finland in a vote on Wednesday, as Russian regime’s Lavrov - a key supporter and arms supplier - on visit to a ‘longstanding partner’, the brutal military regime of Myanmar, as Italy’s parliament ratifies NATO membership for Finland, Sweden, as renewed fighting continues in northeastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, already in 1943 the battleground in 4 very lossy offensive operations by NSDAP-ruled German empire until Soviet victory on 23 August, when the Germans permanently lost the strategic initiative on the Eastern Front, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 161st day day of Putin's war crimes
3 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports: 3 August 2022: USA said it provides the Ukrainians with 'detailed, time-sensitive information to help them understand the threats they face and defend their country against Russian aggression, as their delivered 'Himars multiple rocket system' can launch precision-guided missiles at targets as far as 70km away, far further than the artillery that Ukraine previously had
3 August 2022 France24 reports with live updates on the 161st day of Putin's war crimes: 3 août 2022: L'inspection du chargement de céréales exporté par l'Ukraine a commencé près d'Istanbul
4 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 August 2022: Zelensky calls on African countries not to have neutral stance on Russia's war against Ukraine, Zhovkva: NATO to create single trust fund to help Ukraine, deputy of the presidential office said NATO to create single trust fund to help Ukraine, as EU adopts new crisis response measure of €16M to support Ukraine, as president appoints head of Kherson Regional State Administration, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces eliminate 47 Russian soldiers, seven enemy equipment units in south, Ukraine ready to be food security guarantor in region, Zelensky tells president of Guinea-Bissau, as Ukrainian forces shoot down two Russian Lancet kamikaze drones, as Ukrainian army retakes two villages in eastern Ukraine, as Ukrainian forces advance to enemy's defense lines on Kharkiv axis, as 211 children reported missing in Ukraine amid war with Russia, as Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba has called on the Amnesty International human rights organization not to look for a false balance between Russia as a criminal country and Ukraine, which defends itself from the Russian invasion, but to tell the world the truth about Russia, saying don't look for false balance between criminal and victim, Ukrainian military to get UAH 70B in payments for July, as Japan to provide vans, drones to Ukraine, as Podolyak reacts to scandalous statement by Amnesty International, as court extends MP Medvedchuk's arrest until September 19, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 162nd day of Putin's war crimes, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 162nd day of Putin's war crimes - 4 August 2022: Presidemtial offices's adviser Mykhailo Podolyak has reacted to a scandalous statement issued by the human rights organization Amnesty International, saying 'it is a shame that the organization like Amnesty International is participating in this disinformation and propaganda campaign', noting that Russia is making every effort to discredit the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the eyes of Western societies and disrupt weapons supply using the entire network of influence agents, adding that Ukraine clearly observes the laws of warfare and international humanitarian law, and any statements about the Ukrainian army violating anything are an information operation aimed at discrediting the Armed Forces of Ukraine and undermining the supply of weapons by Western partners, adding 'Ukraine clearly observes all the laws of warfare and international humanitarian law. The absolute priority for the Armed Forces of Ukraine is to preserve the life and health of every citizen in the conditions of Russia's barbaric aggression.'
4 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 August 2022: Canada to send up to 225 instructors to train Ukrainian troops in UK , as Ukrainian businesses struggle to compensate damages despite ongoing Russian aggression, as Ukraine's forces liberate 2 villages in Donetsk Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 162nd day of Putin's war crimes
4 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 August 2022: Taiwan confirms multiple Chinese missile launches into waters of Taiwan strait during Beijing regime's large-scale drills around island, as Taiwan defence ministry says its website was hit by cyber-attacks, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 162nd day of Putin's war crimes
4 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports: 4 August 2022: USA said it provides the Ukrainians with 'detailed, time-sensitive information to help them understand the threats they face and defend their country against Russian aggression, as their delivered 'Himars multiple rocket system' can launch precision-guided missiles at targets as far as 70km away, far further than the artillery that Ukraine previously had
4 August 2022 France24 reports with live updates on the 162nd day of Putin's war crimes: 4 août 2022: Un peu plus de cinq mois après l'invasion russe de l'Ukraine, la France compte plus de 100 000 réfugiés ukrainiens sur son sol, tandis que un bombardement fait huit morts à un arrêt de bus dans l'Est, selon le gouverneur ukrainien de la région de Donetsk, tandis que un premier navire attendu vendredi en Ukraine pour charger des céréales, selon France24 en direct
5 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 August 2022: Ukraine calls on world to take measures to force Russians to release Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, as Ukraine will not let Russia stop weapons supplies, as Army Tactical Missile System shelling will likely prove to be impossible task for Russian army according to advisor to Ukraine Army chief, as advisor to Ukraine Army chief Dan Rice says he has no concerns Ukraine would violate any arms agreement, as Ukrainian forces destroy enemy helicopter in Zaporizhia region, as Yermak, Sullivan discuss support for Ukraine, as Italy gives Ukraine EUR 200M loan, as entire Russian army should be designated as terrorist organization according to advisor to Ukraine Army chief, as government approves seizing 903 objects belonging to Russia, PM Shmyhal says, as invaders shelling Enerhodar residential quarters from Zaporizhzhia NPP area, as British ambassador says only things endangering Ukraine’s civilians are Russia’s missiles and troops, as regional governor reports about casualties after Russia’s shelling of Mykolaiv, as president Zelensky held phone conversation with Malawian president, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 163th day of Putin's war crimes
5 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 August 2022: Russia shells area near Europe's largest nuclear power plant for the second time in one day, as Ukraine repels Russian offensive near Maryinka, fails to advance in three other towns in Donetsk Oblast, as 13 cargo ships waiting to depart from Ukrainian ports, as 22 people injured in Russia’s shelling of Mykolaiv, including 14-year-old boy, as Poland provided over 60,000 Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s war with temporary protection statuses in June, as 'The Economist' reports that Russia’s war in Ukraine ‘has taken $1 trillion off this year’s forecast for global GDP’, as 16-year-old Ukrainian recalls his 3 months in Russian captivity saying ‘torturing people is fun for them’, as Russia continues to conduct airstrikes against Ukraine from Belarus, as first cargo ship heads to Ukraine since February 24, as Turkish Defense Ministry says Barbados-flagged cargo ship Fulmar S is heading to Chornomorsk where it will be loaded with grain, as Russian militants forcibly conscript teachers in Luhansk Oblast, as Russia shells Kharkiv residential area with Tornado rockets, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 163th day of Putin's war crimes
5 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 August 2022: Ukraine says Russian shelling hit power line at nuclear power plant, as fascist Putin and Turkey's Erdogan held talks in Sochi, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 163th day of Putin's war crimes
6 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 August 2022: Ukraine repulses Russian attacks in three operational areas, as Ukraine’s foreign reserves down just 2% in July 19:20 Pope Francis mulling Kyiv trip - Ambassador to Vatica, as North Macedonia to hand warplanes to Ukraine Army, as Russia-appointed Nova Kahovka 'Gauleiter' shot dead, as Ukrainians forced to obtain Russian passports should not be prosecuted according to presidential envoy for Crimea, as Russian invaders abduct head of Zelenyi Pid community in Kherson Region, as Russian UAV shot down over Mykolaiv Region, as wheat plantations destroyed in fire caused by Russia’s shelling of Zaporizhzhia Region, as Russians launch artillery strike on Mykolaiv Region, casualties reported, as Russian occupiers prepare cages to stage ‘show trial’ of POWs in Mariupol, as four civilians injured, houses damaged in Russia’s shelling of Dnipropetrovsk Region, as Russia’s war on Ukraine about to enter a new phase, British intelligence says, as EU condemns Russia's activities around Zaporizhzhia NPP, as more than 600 civilians evacuated from Donetsk region over past day, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 164th day of Putin's war crimes
6 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 August 2022: General Staff says Russian offensive repelled in direction of Sloviansk, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, as Ukraine still controls Pisky in Donetsk Oblast despite Russian claims over settlement, as Amnesty International's Polish Office condemns Russia's war crimes, as Russian shelling kills 1 person, injures 5 in Mykolaiv Oblast, as EU condemns Russia's military activity near Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, as UK Defense Ministry says Russian forces 'almost certainly' massing in south amid Ukraine's counteroffensive threats, Russian forces use Iranian-provided drones in Ukraine, Russian forces fire at agricultural enterprise, grain elevator in Zaporizhzhia Oblast targeting agricultural infrastructure, as Russian forces shell Nikopol, as General Staff says Russia has lost 41,900 troops in Ukraine since February 24, Russians who will never return as a result of Putin's war crimes, Russian forces kill 5 civilians in Donetsk Oblast on August 5 (instead of pointing their guns against Putin's mafia), Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 164th day of Putin's war crimes
6 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 August 2022: Russia-Ukraine war ‘about to enter new phase’ as Russian forces gather in the south, UK intelligence warns, as Ukraine’s SBU detained two men it accused of being Russian intelligence agents responsible for identifying targets for Russian missile strikes that wrecked shipbulding infrastructure in the southern port city of Mykolaiv, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 164th day of Putin's war crimes
6 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports: 6 August 2022: The UN nuclear watchdog's Rafael Grossi has called for an immediate end to any military action near Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, warning of a 'very real risk of a nuclear disaster', saying he was 'extremely concerned' by reports of shelling at Europe's largest nuclear power plant, coming as Ukraine said parts of the facility were 'seriously damaged' by Russian military strikes, on Hiroshima Day
6 August 2022 France24 reports with live updates on the 164th day of Putin's war crimes: 6August 2022: Ukraine says it will receive tanks and planes from North Macedonia, as Ukrainian unit digs in for Russian assault on Sloviansk, as aggressor Russia, defender Ukraine 'trade' blame over Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant shelling, 'seriously damaged' in strikes, as Hiroshima vows nuke ban at 77th memorial, as head of Amnesty Ukraine quits over its rights report, accusing the organisation of parroting Kremlin propaganda in a controversial report that criticised the war-torn country's military response to Russia's invasion, France24 reports with live updates
7 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 August 2022: Estonia calls on Russia to stop nuclear terrorism in Zaporizhzhia, as enemy strikes Nikopol district with Grad systems, damaging pumping station, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces repulse enemy troops in four directions, neutralize recon group in Bakhmut direction, as 20 more grain ships ready to leave Odesa, as Moldova says about shelling of ZNPP that consequences can affect everyone in the region, as Russians killed 132 civilians in Mykolaiv since start of full-scale invasion, as Ukrainian forces kill Russian soldiers who tortured civilians in Bucha, as Ukrainian marines destroy up to 15 Russian soldiers, arms depot in Donetsk region, as sixteen people killed by enemy shelling on Sunday, as president Zelensky presents awards to military personnel on Ukrainian Air Force Day, as Fulmar S cargo ship arrives at Chornomorsk port, as Sweden to train Ukrainian soldiers in Britain, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 165th day of Putin's war crimes
7 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 August 2022: At least three explosions were reported in Vinnytsia Oblast, as explosions were also reported in Kirovohrad Oblast and in Kremenchuk, Poltava Oblast, as 26,000 war crime cases under investigation according to Yuriy Bilousov, as Russia shells front line in southern Ukraine, aims to stop Ukraine’s counteroffensive, as Russian shelling kills 4, injures 6 in Donetsk Oblast, as 132 civilians killed, 619 injured since February 24 in Mykolaiv according to city's mayor, as Russia’s war, its soldiers killed over 1,000 civilians, including 50 children in Kharkiv Oblast since February, as Russian forces destroy settlements near front lines in Kherson Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 165th day of Putin's war crimes
7 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 August 2022: International Atomic Energy Agency raises grave concerns over shelling at nuclear power plant, as Ukrainian president Zelenskiy has called for stronger international response to Russia’s 'nuclear terror' after reported new shelling at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear power plant, calling for sanctions to be imposed on the Russian nuclear industry and nuclear fuel, as Ukrainian military said Russian shelling was recorded in dozens of towns along the eastern and southern front lines, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 165th day of Putin's war crimes
7 August 2022 France24 reports with live updates: 7 août 2022: La Chine s'apprêtait dimanche à boucler ses plus grandes manœuvres militaires jamais menées autour de Taïwan, tandis qu l'armée chinoise a aussi lancé les plus importants exercices militaires de son histoire, déployant avions de chasse, navires de guerre et missiles balistiques lors de ce que les analystes considèrent comme une simulation de blocus et d'invasion de Taïwan, selon Lou Kisiela - 7 août 2022: 'Amnesty International regrette profondément la détresse et la colère provoquées par notre communiqué de presse sur les tactiques de combat de l'armée ukrainienne', après la démission de la directrice de l'antenne de l'ONG à Kiev, tandis que président ukrainien Zelensky réclame plus de fermeté face à la 'terreur nucléaire' russe, tandis que quatre navires chargés de céréales ont quitté les ports ukrainiens, tandis que - selon le groupe ukrainien d'énergie 'Energoatom' - un travailleur a été blessé lors de nouveaux bombardements par les forces russes samedi soir sur la centrale nucléaire de Zaporijjia, et Energoatom a déclaré que le site de stockage de la centrale, où 174 conteneurs de combustible nucléaire usé sont stockés à l'air libre, a été touché par des roquettes, France24 reports with live updates
7 August 2022 Russia’s private military contractor Wagner comes out of the shadows in Ukraine war: 7 August 2022: Russia’s private military contractor Wagner comes out of the shadows in Ukraine war, as mercenary group does not officially exist but is playing a more public role and openly recruiting in Russia. Three billboards in the Ural city of Yekaterinburg shine a light on what was once one of Russia’s most shadowy organisations, the private military contractor Wagner. 'Motherland, Honour, Blood, Bravery. WAGNER', one of the posters reads. The billboards, which can be seen in several Russian cities, are part of Wagner’s efforts to recruit fighters to join its ranks in Ukraine. They also serve as a testament to the transformation the group has undergone since Moscow launched its invasion over five months ago, from a secretive mercenary organisation shrouded in mystery to an increasingly public extension of Russia’s military efforts in Ukraine.
8 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 August 2022: USA allocates $1B in new security assistance for Ukraine, as at least 17.7M people in Ukraine will need humanitarian assistance this year, UN says, as sanctions against entire Russian nuclear industry must be adopted as soon as possible, Ukraine's Yermak says, as Ukrainian forces repel Russian offensive toward Avdiivka, as Ukraine, Botswana presidents hold first-ever phone call, as SBU thwarts Russian GRU's plans to kill Reznikov, Budanov, as Finland to send instructors to Britain to train Ukrainian military, as Russian shelling and mining of Zaporizhzhia NPP have all signs of nuclear terrorism according to PM Shmyhal, as Ukraine welcomes Israel-Gaza truce, as Ukraine calls for UN, IAEA to send security mission to Zaporizhzhia NPP, as Germany to help Ukraine quickly receive EUR 8B assistance from EU according to PM Shmyhal, as Ukraine, India foreign ministers discuss strengthening cooperation, students’ safety, as more than 530 civilians evacuated from Donetsk region over past day, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 166th day of Putin's war crimes
8 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 August 2022: Negotiations with Russia are only possible after it suffers several defeats, according to Mykhailo Podolyak, as Finnish PM says 'it’s unfair that Russians can travel to EU despite brutal war in Ukraine', as Germany rules out launching Nord Stream 2, as Russia uses Kinzhal missiles in attack on Vinnytsia Oblast on 7 August, as fragments of intercepted Russian missile cause fire, injure 2 people in Cherkasy Oblast, as Russian shelling kills 1 civilian in Kharkiv, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 166th day of Putin's war crimes
8 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 August 2022: Workers at the nuclear complex are “working under the barrels of Russian guns”, Ukraine’s ambassador to the UN nuclear watchdog said on Monday, calling for an international mission to the plant this month, as World Bank announces additional $4.5bn in Ukraine aid, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 166th day of Putin's war crimes
8 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports with live updates: 8 August 2022: Russia 'blackmailing the entire world' with threats to blow up the Zaporizhzhia power plant, says Ukraine's nuclear agency, as UN says any attack on nuclear plant 'suicidal', as Ukrainian forces have again shelled the Antonivskiy bridge in the Russian-controlled city of Kherson, delaying the reopening of the bridge, British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 166th day of Putin's war crimes
9 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 August 2022: Ukraine receives 39 railway cars loaded with coal from Australia, as Crimea to be not a military base for terrorists but world resort according to the Office of the President, as Ukraine Army’s raking fire forces enemy to chaotically retreat in Bakhmut direction, as Ukrainian military destroy enemy APC together with crew, as USA discuss escalation at Zaporizhzhia NPP, as Russia resorts to missile terror, as it fails to achieve goals on battlefield according to Ukraine at OSCE, as ÜM Shmyhal calls on world to influence Russia so that its forces leave Zaporizhia NPP, as explosions reported near Russian military airbase in Crimea, as EU foreign ministers to discuss visa ban for Russians according to Verkhovna Rada Chairman Stefanchuk, as Ukrainian paratroopers show use of British Wolfhound armored vehicles, as over 3,000 people evacuated from Donetsk region over past six days, as enemy ammunition detonates near Henichesk, as Ukraine, World Bank sign $4.5B grant agreement, as one of those injured in Russian missile attack on Cherkasy region dies in hospital, as president Zelensky holds phone conservation with DR Congo president, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 167th day of Putin's war crimes
9 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 August 2022: Ukrainian general staff said Russian troops attacked Spirne, Donetsk Oblast, ‘retreated chaotically', as families of Russian military leave occupied Kherson following Ukrainian attacks, as Ukraine wins Women's Chess Olympiad, as Ukraine receives 50 Turkish Kirpi armored vehicles, Polish schools ready to educate up to 300,000 Ukrainian children, Russian attacks killed 3 civilians in Donetsk Oblast on August 8, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 167th day of Putin's war crimes
9 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 August 2022: More than 10.5 million people have crossed the border from Ukraine since Russia’s invasion, UN's refugee agency UNHCR said on its website on Tuesday, as global health aid agency Unitaid is donating 220 specialised portable breathing devices to Ukraine that can help save lives of premature babies even in frontline hospitals where there is no electrical power, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 167th day of Putin's war crimes
9 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports with live updates: 9 August 2022: One person has been killed after blasts at the Saky military base's ammunition storage area near Novofedorivka on the western coast of Crimea, British 'BBC' reports on the 167th day of Putin's war crimes, as 'Wikipedia' - with updates - also reported explosions in succession at Novofedorivka on the 9th of August 2022
9 August 2022 France24 reports with live updates: 9 août 2022: L'Ukraine a signalé mardi de nouvelles frappes à Nikopol, ville située sur la rive faisant face à la centrale nucléaire de Zaporijjia, tandis que tôt ce matin, Moscou a fait décoller un satellite iranien d'observation. Des explosions sur un dépôt de munitions de la péninsule ukrainienne de Crimée, annexée par la Russie, ont fait un mort, France24 informe en direct
10 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 August 2022: Ukraine’s Armed Forces repulse Russian offensive in four directions, as 7 people killed, 6 injured in Russia’s attack on Bakhmut, as Ukraine's Reznikov arrives in Copenhagen to attend conference of allies, as Russians strike five localities in Kherson region, as EU says Russia has still not allowed ICRC to visit Olenivka, as Russian troops hit Bakhmut, as fires break out and two civilians were hospitalized, EU says Russia must immediately cede control over ZNPP to Ukraine 17:59 Briefing on operational situation on the front of the Russian-Ukrainian war, as Kherson residents stand against pseudo-referendum and yellow ribbons appear on streets, as sixteen bodies of fallen Azovstal defenders returned to Kyiv, as on 11 August a briefing will be held on the topic 'trial' of defenders and cages on the stage of the Philharmonic in Mariupol', operational and humanitarian situation in the city, and as journalists will be able to ask questions offline, as ten civilians die at Russian checkpoint in Vasylivka, waiting in line for evacuation, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 168th day of Putin's war crimes
10 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 August 2022: Russian shelling, landmines kill 7 people in Bakhmut, as according to the Donetsk Oblast Prosecutors' Office, another six people were injured on 10 August, as occupied Ukrainian plant becomes epicenter of Russia’s nuclear blackmail, as Ukrainian soldier shoots down Russian Su-25 jet, as Ukraine's ambassador in Lebanon says 87 ships currently transporting Ukraine's stolen grain, as intercepted call shows Russian officer ordering murder of civilians, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 168th day of Putin's war crimes
10 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 August 2022: Kyiv says nine Russian planes destroyed in past 24 hours, as the claim by Ukraine’s general staff of the armed forces comes after widely reported explosions at Russia’s Saki air base, as at least 13 people killed overnight in Dnipropetrovsk as more than 20 buildings were damaged in Marhanets, a city across the Dnipro River from the Russian-captured Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, and as the attack damaged a power line, damaged a hostel, two schools, a concert hall, the main council building and other administrative bases, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 168th day of Putin's war crimes
10 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 168th day of Putin's war crimes: 10 August 2022: Foreign ministers from the G7 group of nations say Russia must immediately hand back control of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant to Ukraine, accusing Moscow's forces of putting the entire region in danger, as Ukraine says Russia has turned the site into a military base, launching attacks from there knowing that Ukrainian forces are unlikely to retaliate although Ukrainian technicians still operate it, after Ukraine's Enerhoatom told the BBC earlier this week that about 500 Russian soldiers were at the site, using it as a nuclear shield, British 'BBC' reports on the 168th day of Putin's war crimes
10 August 2022 France24 reports from Odessa amid Russia's war, refugee and global food crises: 10 août 2022: Deux nouveau navires chargés de 70 000 tonnes de céréales ont quitté mardi le port ukrainien de Tchornomorsk, sur la mer Noire, en vertu de l'accord sur la reprise des exportations de Kiev, a annoncé le ministère ukrainien de l'Infrastructure, selon Mélina Huet à Odessa
11 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 August 2022: Latvia’s Saeima recognizes Russia as state sponsor of terrorism, as departure of ship with Ukrainian grain from Chornomorsk Port delayed due to bad weather, as Russian troops struck Sumy Region 164 times over past day, as Russia went for February 24 invasion before forming strike groupings according to defense minister Reznikov, as SBU nabs Russian spy posing as 'military expert', inquiring info on Western arms supplies, as - massively outnumbering Ukraine in weaponry - Russians still can’t seal gains in Donetsk region, as talks with Russia possible only with Ukraine's partners at table Ukraine's Reznikov says, as Russia violates all international conventions during ZNPP occupation, energy minister says, as Russian military death toll in Ukraine near 43,000, as in Ukraine, 1,066 children casualties reported amid Russian aggression, as Russian forces use S-300 missile system to shell Kramatorsk, as enemy advancing toward Marinka and Pisky, Ukraine's General Staff says, as Russian authorities begin to form volunteer battalion in Oryol region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 169th day of Putin's war crimes
11 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 August 2022: UK, Denmark to provide Ukraine with more military aid, as Russia plans sham 'trial' for Ukrainian POWS in occupied Mariupol, as fire reported at Russian military base near Moscow, as Ukraine repels Russia’s offensive towards Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, as 3 people killed, 9 injured in Russian attack on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 169th day of Putin's war crimes
11 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 August 2022: First 12 ships to leave Ukraine’s ports carried 370,000 tonnes of corn and foodstuffs, UN official says, as UN security council to hold emergency meeting at Russia’s request, as at least 8 Russian warplanes destroyed or damaged in Crimea attack according to satellite images, as Russia's fascist Putin regime charges journalist who protested war live on TV, as shelling near Ukraine nuclear plant kills 13 civilians, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 169th day of Putin's war crimes
12 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 August 2022: Ukrainian defense minister Reznikov says compromise with Russia possible only after all Ukrainian territories liberated, as president Zelensky shows how modern weapons change the course of war, also telling Pope Francis that Ukraine needs support of world spiritual leaders, as Russia’s offensive operations in Sloviansk and Avdiivka directions fail, enemy troops retreat according to General Staff, as president Zelensky and first lady take part in ceremony of honoring children-rescuers, as Zelensky suggests that parliament extend martial law, general mobilization, as Ukraine calls on world to prevent sham trial of Ukrainian Defenders, as Berlin to host international donors conference on Ukraine reconstruction in October, as during Russian invasion 203 children considered missing according to Ombudsman’s Office, as in intercepted call, soldier of Russian proxy 'DPR' army complains about lack of infantry, as inflation exceeds 22% in July and NBU names reasons, as Russia must immediately pull troops from Zaporizhia NPP according to French diplomacy, as Russian intelligence could stage blasts in Crimea, Russia, or Belarus according to presidential Office chief’s advisor, as SBU charges Kadyrov’s henchman believed to have tortured teen in Kyiv region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 170th day of Putin's war crimes
12 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 August 2022: According to Ukraine’s General Staff, Russia continues to conduct an offensive near the settlements of Spirne, Ivano-Dariivka, Vyimka, Yakovlivka, Kodema, Vershyna and Zaitseve, suffering losses and leaving chaotically, but fighting continues in some area, as Russian shelling wounds 1 in Zaporizhzhia, as Security Service seizes assets of Ukrainian company linked to Gazprom, as 3,182 children left without parental care since February 24, as 1 person killed, 3 injured in Russian shelling of Kharkiv Oblast, as Chicago teens raise money for Ukraine with world record-breaking cereal box mosaic, as Russian proxy badly injured in guerrilla attack in Melitopol, as over 100,000 Mariupol residents trapped in dire conditions under Russian occupation, as New York Times reported that around 500 Russian troops killed or wounded every day in Ukraine, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 170th day of Putin's war crimes
12 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 August 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskiy tells officials to stop leaking military tactics, as UN sounds nuclear plant warning, as Russia loses 8 combat jets in Crimea attack according UK's defense ministry, as shipment of Ukrainian grain is to be loaded for delivery to Ethiopia later today, as another two export ships reportedly left Ukraine’s ports, and as the total number of ships to depart the country under a UN-brokered deal is now 14, including the first export of wheat, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 170th day of Putin's war crimes
13 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 August 2022: One-fifth of Russian troops in Ukraine defeated, according to the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Zaluzhnyi, as Ukrainian forces destroy another enemy UAV, as Russian troops again shell Kharkiv, as enemy attempted to advance in several directions but retreated with losses, as resupply for Russians in Kherson reliant on two pontoon crossings, as in Ukraine’s south, Russian military leadership flees to left bank of Dnipro, as powerful explosion heard in Mariupol, as Zuzana 2 howitzers, offered by Slovakia, already in Ukraine, as European Union has become Ukraine’s largest trade partner in 2021, as Ukraine’s Marines eliminate 230 invaders, destroy TOR missile system in past week, as campaign to issue Russian passports in occupied areas 'failure' as world perceives holders as threat, as military draft in occupied Donbas turns into slavery according to Ukraine intel, as first ship that arrived in Ukraine for grain leaves Chornomorsk port, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 171st day of Putin's war crimes
13 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 August 2022: Russia continues offensive near Donetsk, heavy fighting reported, as Russian army command leaves Kherson, as Russian troops shell nuclear plant to cut off Ukraine from energy, as Russian forces shelled a kindergarten, school, over 90 houses in Donetsk Oblast on August 12, as Ukraine’s envoy to UN stated entire world complicit in allowing Russia’s unlawful behavior for 30 years, as Russian forces shell Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant from nearby occupied village, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 171st day of Putin's war crimes
13 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 August 2022: Putin regime warns USA over diplomatic ‘point of no return’, with placing Russia on its list of state sponsors of terrorism, as number of fatalities after a Russian missile strike on Kramatorsk, in Ukraine’s Donetsk region, has grown to three, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 171st day of Putin's war crimes
13 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 171st day of Putin's war crimes: 13 August 2022: USA calls for protection of foreign POWs, as the Netherlands has joined the UK-led training program for the Ukrainian military, as Russia preparing for its prolonged war against Ukraine according to the Institute for the Study of War (imitating German empire's 'Blitzkrieg' that became WWII and that lasted 7 years), as Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak says for the war to end, his country would seek the return of Crimea as well as the punishment of Russian leaders who began the war, as Ukrainian health minister says Russia blocking access to medicines, as Putin regime warns of end to Russia-USA relations if assets seized, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 171st day day of Putin's war crimes
14 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 August 2022: Russians shell community in Sumy region, households, farm damaged, as Ukraine forces repulse several Russian assaults in Donbas, eliminate scout unit, as Austrian police 'took steps' in relation to recent pro-Russian seminar on Ukraine according to ambassador, as in occupied Crimea, invaders abduct 20-year-old Crimean Tatar man, as Rada’s National Security Committee backs motion to extend martial law, general draft, as during latest attack on Enerhodar, civilian killed while walking dog, as following Ukrainian strikes hitting Kherson bridges, invaders fleeing to Melitopol, as Ukrainian defense forces confirm strike on Antonivka Bridge, as Russian forces shell town in Kharkiv region, injuring woman, as EU, 42 countries call on Russia to withdraw its forces from Zaporizhzhia NPP, as Ukrainian gunners kill nine Russian soldiers, destroy howitzer, tank in southern Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 172nd day of Putin's war crimes
14 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 August 2022: Armed Forces repulse Russian attacks in three directions, as Russian media say Ukrainian military destroyed Wagner Group base in occupied Popasna, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 172nd day of Putin's war crimes
14 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 August 2022: Ukraine president says soldiers firing from Zaporizhzhia facility will become a ‘special target’, as main bridges to Russian-occupied territory in Kherson likely to be unusable, says British military intelligence, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 172nd day of Putin's war crimes
14 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 172nd day of Putin's war crimes: 14 August 2022: First ship carrying wheat to depart Ukraine under a UN-brokered deal has arrived in Turkey for inspections, as Iran’s top automaker sets sights on Russian market, 'going to pay special attention to the Russian market, and ... also thinking of partnering with Russian investors', as Saudi Arabia’s Kingdom Holding has invested in Russian energy groups Gazprom, Rosneft and Lukoil in February/March, as Russian forces have fired rockets on the Mykolaiv region in southern Ukraine, killing at least one person, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 172nd day day of Putin's war crimes
14 août 2022 France24 en direct: 14 août 2022: Volodymyr Zelensky dénonce un 'chantage russe' autour du site nucléaire de Zaporijjia, selon France24 en direct
15 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 August 2022: Russians conducted assault operations in several directions, retreated with losses according to General Staff, as six ships waiting for loading at Ukrainian ports, 10 more to arrive by end of August, as Ukrainian air forces strike enemy equipment clusters, about 15 IFVs destroyed, as over 100 Wagner mercenaries could have been eliminated in Popasna according to Luhansk regional military administration head Serhii Haidai, as president Zelensky greets Poles on Armed Forces Day in Polish, as explosions heard in Enerhodar, mayor asks residents to leave streets, as Ukrainian parliament calls on world to sanction Russia's nuclear industry due to nuclear terrorism at Zaporizhzhia NPP, as Verkhovna Rada adopts law envisaging Ukraine's accession to convention on common transit with EU, as Azov fighters destroy enemy's observation post, arms depot in Kharkiv region, as Ukraine, Niger presidents hold first-ever phone call, as Kharkiv comes under unguided rocket fire, number of those injured rises to seven, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 173rd day of Putin's war crimes
15 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 August 2022: The UK-based IT company Ciklum with offices in Ukraine is the latest company to leave the Belarusian market, after most international companies, including Amazon, UPS, and AirBnB left Belarus in March after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine began, as Donetsk Oblast Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said three-quarters of the population has been evacuated from Ukrainian-controlled territories in the oblast, as Latvia delivers two Mi-17 helicopters and two Mi-2 helicopters to the Ukrainian Air Force, after Latvia has already supplied Ukraine with Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, as Energoatom warns Russian shelling poses threat to Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant's radiation safety, as Russian forces shelled Kharkiv city's Saltivka residential neighborhood, as - according to governor - four people were hospitalized and one person died at the hospital, as 3 people were killed, 2 wounded by landmine explosion in Odesa Oblast, as Dutch court to announce verdict in MH17 murder trial on November 17, as Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada appoints anti-corruption activist to main judicial body, as Russia continues to intensively shell Chernihiv Oblast, as Ukraine destroys another Russian attack helicopter, after Russian forces intensified overnight shelling across Ukraine, as Interior Ministry said Russia striked civilian objects over 22,000 times, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 173rd day of Putin's war crimes
15 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 15 August 2022: Ukrainian officials said at least three civilians died and a further 13 were wounded by Russian shelling that hit numerous towns and villages in the Donetsk region during the last 24 hours, damaging residential buildings and civilian infrastructure, as Moscow regime's Putin said on Monday that it valued its ties with countries in Latin American, Asia and Africa and was ready to offer 'advanced' weapons to like-minded countries, as regime's shelling in Kharkiv city in north-west Ukraine has left five people injured, with two of them in a serious condition according to a top Ukrainian official, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 173rd day day of Putin's war crimes
15 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 173rd day of Putin's war crimes: 15 August 2022: Ukrainian artillery has struck a headquarters of Russia's shadowy Wagner paramilitary group of mercenaries in eastern Ukraine, reports say, as the attack in Popasna was reported by the Ukrainian governor of Luhansk region Serhiy Hayday and several pro-Kremlin war reporters, after the group was deployed to Crimea and Ukraine's Donbas region in 2014, when Kremlin-backed forces ousted Ukrainian troops from areas they later declared to be part of Russia, and as Wagner units then have also been sent to Syria, Libya, Mali and the Central African Republic, British 'BBC' reports on the 173rd day of Putin's war crimes
16 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 August 2022: Zelensky has first-ever phone call with president of Zambia in history of bilateral relations, as UN Security Council fails to respond to war in Ukraine because of Russia's veto power according to former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, armed Forces of Ukraine push Russian troops back in four directions, as more than 563,000 tonnes of agricultural products already exported from Ukraine through ‘grain corridors’, as Belize, Guatemala invited to participate in Crimea Platform, as Zelensky, Macron discuss situation at front, Russia's nuclear terrorism at ZNPP, as Russia amassing forces in Belarus, could ‘congratulate’ Ukraine on Independence Day with missiles, as 1 person killed, 6 injured as Russians strike Orikhiv in Zaporizhzhia region, as Ukraine exported 2.7M tonnes of grain in July 2022, as Russian missiles hit military facility near Zhytomyr, as Ukraine Army eliminates Russia’s best helicopter pilot, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 174th day of Putin's war crimes
16 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 August 2022 Russia shells Kharkiv with Tornado rockets, as Zelensky says EU visa ban for Russians is the only way to influence Putin, as Russian forces conduct attacks on Kharkiv and Donetsk Oblasts according to Ukraine’s General Staff, as 1 person killed, 10 injured in Russian shelling of Nikopol in Dnipropetrovska Oblast, Orikhiv in Zaporizhzhia Oblast, as body of civilian killed by Russian forces 5 months ago discovered in Kyiv Oblast, as unidentified individuals in Russia's Kursk Oblast on August 16 blew up a part of a railway only used for freight trains, Russian media Baza reported, as Russia strikes Zhytomyr Oblast with missiles, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 174th day of Putin's war crimes
16 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 16 August 2022: Blasts reported in Crimea's cities of Simferopol and Mayskoye, as eight more Russian soldiers suspected of war crimes in Bucha identified by Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 174th day of Putin's war crimes
16 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 174th day of Putin's war crimes: 16 August 2022: A week after an apparent Ukrainian attack on a Russian military base in occupied Crimea, an arms store at another military facility has been hit by a series of explosions, British 'BBC' reports on the 174th day of Putin's war crimes
17 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 August 2022: Enemy wanted to break through Ukrainian defense lines in Kharkiv region, as president Zelensky receives credentials from ambassadors of four countries, as it's urgent to allow IAEA inspection of Zaporizhzhia NPP according to Nato's Stoltenberg, as Ukraine has not lost a single HIMARS system according to defense minister Reznikov, as Ukrainian forces destroy Russian military base in Nova Kakhovka Zaporizhzhia city, as 24 ships with 600,000 tonnes of grain already leave Ukrainian ports, as Russian forces block exit from Melitopol, as UN chief arrives in Lviv, to meet with president Zelensky, Erdogan tomorrow, as Russian troops purposefully destroying Kharkiv municipal transport according to mayor, as Ukraine's minister Monastyrsky says Russian-captured ZNPP being militarized heavily, as enemy firing artillery on Derhachi in Kharkiv region, as Chornomorsk port expects five more ships to be loaded with grain, as Naval Forces’ gunners hit cluster of enemy manpower, equipment, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 175th day of Putin's war crimes
17 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 Denmark ready to limit entry of Russian tourists regardless of EU decision, as NATO says it will increase presence in Kosovo if tensions with Serbia escalate, as Ukraine says it destroyed three Russian unmanned aircraft, as Chinese troops to participate in Russia's joint military exercises, as Poland slams Scholz's opposition to EU tourist visa ban for Russians, as Russian forces shell village in Sumy Oblast 17 times on August 17, as Russia tries to recruit mercenaries from Central Asia, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 175th day of Putin's war crimes
17 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 17 August 2022: After in Donetsk region at the forefront of the Russian offensive, two civilians were killed and seven others were wounded by recent Russian shelling of several towns and villages, at least 12 Russians have been killed in a strike on a base in the occupied city of Nova Kakhovka, according to Ukrainian military, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 175th day of Putin's war crimes
17 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 175th day of Putin's war crimes: 17 August 2022: A week after an apparent Ukrainian attack on a Russian military base in occupied Crimea, an arms store at another military facility has been hit by a series of explosions, British 'BBC' reports on the 175th day of Putin's war crimes
18 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 August 2022: One person killed, two others wounded in enemy shelling of Mykolaiv, as National Guard members destroy two enemy tanks in Donetsk direction, as more than 1,000 residential buildings destroyed in Dnipropetrovsk region due to Russian aggression, as another ship leaves Chornomorsk port bound for Africa, as Slovakia to send weapons to Ukraine despite Russia’s efforts to prevent supplies, as Zelensky visits wounded soldiers in hospital in Lviv region, as more people evacuated from Donetsk region over past day, as Prosecutor General discusses cooperation in war crimes probes with Eli Rosenbaum, as IAEA Director General ready to lead IAEA delegation to ZNPP, as fourteen settlements come under enemy fire in Donetsk Region, as Ukraine receives concessional loan worth CAD 450M from Canada. as death toll in Russia’s missile strike on Kharkiv dormitory rises to 10, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 176th day of Putin's war crimes
18 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 August 2022: Russia threatens to shut down Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, as 60% of Ukrainians believe media should be able to criticize authorities, as Russia has lost 44,300 troops in Ukraine since February 24, as Institute for the Study of War says Russian forces likely losing confidence in security of Crimea, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 176th day of Putin's war crimes
18 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 18 August 2022: Russian forces have made only minimal advances, Zelenskiy adviser Oleksiy Arestovych says, as Kremlin regime reportedly installs Viktor Sokolov as new military chief in Crimea, as covid-19 exporter China - far away from Europe - to send troops to Russia for joint week-long military drills, as Russian soldier exposes rot at core of Ukraine invasion, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 176th day of Putin's war crimes - 18 August 2022: Ukraine war pushes up price of emergency food for starving children, with millions of children facing hunger in east Africa
18 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 176th day of Putin's war crimes: 18 August 2022: Four people have died and 20 were wounded in a pre-dawn shelling of a residential area in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, the regional governor said, as UN secretary-general Guterres will meet Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ukraine on Thursday to discuss grain exports, fighting near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, and a diplomatic solution to the war, as Ukrainian forces killed 29 occupiers in the south of the country and destroyed artillery, armoured vehicles and a military supply depot, as Russia forecasts its average export gas price will more than double this year to $730 per 1,000 cubic metres before gradually falling until the end of 2025 as pipeline gas exports decrease, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 176th day of Putin's war crimes
19 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 August 2022: In the cCase of genocide against Ukrainians EU furnishes information at ICJ, as armed Forces of Ukraine repulse all enemy assaults and attacks, as ICRC does not react to Russia's killing of Ukrainian POWs in Olenivka according to president’s office, as covid-19 quarantine extended in Ukraine till year-end, as number of injured in strike on Marhanets rises to four, as captured Azov photographer Dmytro Kozatskyi calls his sister to say he’s alive, as EUROCITIES delegation visits Bucha, Irpin, as 2 people killed, 1 injured in Russian strike on Bakhmut, as one person injured, houses damaged in Russian shelling of Orikhiv, as Zelensky shares photos of Kharkiv city, showing wounded, tired, but unconquered citizens, as electricity from Zaporizhzhia NPP belongs to Ukraine, UN's Guterres says, as Ukrainian anti-aircraft gunners down five UAVs, one Ka-52 in past four days, as Guterres arrives in Odesa to see operation of ‘grain corridor’, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 177th day of Putin's war crimes
19 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 August 2022: USA announces new $775 million military aid package for Ukraine, as Russia's Gazprom to halt gas supplies to Europe via Nord Stream gas pipeline again, as Podolyak says Red Cross has failed to respond to Russia's murder of Ukrainian PoWs in Olenivka. as Western intelligence says that half of Russian Black Sea Fleet's combat airpower knocked out in Saky airbase attack, as two wounded in Russian shelling of Marhanets, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, as Russian military repair base in Luhansk Oblast destroyed, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 177th day of Putin's war crimes
19 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 19 August 2022: UN urges Putin regime not to take nuclear power plant off grid, amid concerns from western officials over whether cooling of reactor can be maintained, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 177th day of Putin's war crimes - 19 August 2022: Fires and explosions reported at military targets in Russia and Crimea, as munitions depot in Belgorod province and airbase near Sevastopol hit in latest apparent sabotage missions
20 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 August 2022: Russians launch offensive in Mykolaiv direction, attempt to hold ground in Kharkiv region, as Czech Republic supports idea for EU to suspend visa issue to Russians, as USA should start training Ukrainian pilots to fly F15s, F16s, as Ukrainian Air Force attacks Russian stronghold in southern operational zone, as 27 ships leave Ukrainian ports, nearly 40 applications pending, as 'Kherson is Ukraine' - patriotic ribbons seen hanging across occupied city, as Russian invaders intimidate teachers in occupied areas, forcing them to cooperate, as death toll in Kharkiv attack reaches 18 as three more bodies retrieved from under rubble, as western weapons will not end up in enemy hands, as happened with Iraq, Afghanistan, as collaborating mayor of Mariupol survives assassination attempt, as Russian paratroopers refusing to go to fight in Ukraine, as number of those injured in missile attack on Voznesensk rises to 12, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 178th day of Putin's war crimes
20 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 August 2022: Czech Republic’s top officials support EU-wide entry ban for tourists from Russia, as USA purchases 150,000 tons of Ukrainian grain for Middle East, Africa, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 178th day of Putin's war crimes
20 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 20 August 2022: Multiple children have reportedly been injured following a Russian strike on a residential building in the Mykolaiv region of Ukraine, as explosion reported in Crimea and UK saying attacks behind Russian lines hitting logistics, also affecting air basing, as Ukraine launches fresh strike on Russia’s Black Sea fleet headquarters, and as destroyed Russian military vehicles have been on display in Kyiv ahead of Ukraine’s Independence Day on Wednesday, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 178th day of Putin's war crimes
20 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 178th day of Putin's war crimes: 20 August 2022: A Russian missile has hit a residential area of southern Ukrainian Voznesensk town not far from a nuclear power station, wounding 12 civilians and heightening fears of a nuclear accident during the war in Ukraine, as USA warns Turkey over bypassing Western sanctions on Russia, as on second anniversary of Navalny poisoning, Germany's former Schröder auxiliary Olaf Scholz now slams Russia’s clampdown on speech, as president Zelenskyy says Ukraine will retaliate against every Russian strike, and as EU ban looms, China’s - struggling with floods - imports of Russian coal jumps to highest in five years, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 178th day of Putin's war crimes
20 August 2022 France24 reports on the 178th day of Putin's war crimes: 22 août 2022: Accident de réacteur, déchets radioactifs, les risques à la centrale ukrainienne de Zaporijjia, France24 informe
21 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 August 2022: Ukrainian defenders forced enemy to retreat in four directions, as invaders shell Zelenodol community with Uragan MLRS, where a child is among injured people, as Russian army fails to form new units due to lack of people willing to go to war according to Ukrainian intelligence, as Ukraine already fulfilled 70% of its obligations under Association Agreement with EU, as Russian troops strike cemetery in Dnipropetrovsk Region’s Marhanets, as Ukraine to create martyrology of war victims according to First Lady Zelenska, as Ukrainian military repulse enemy assault in southern Ukraineas as enemy ammunition depot destroyed near Chornobaivka, as Ukraine has nothing to do with car bomb explosion killing Dugin’s daughter in Moscow according to Ukrainian presidential office's Mykhailo Podolyak, as three Russian UAVs shot down over Kherson Region, as eight victims of missile attack on residential building in Kharkiv yet to be identified, as Ukraine's direct economic losses caused by war reach about $113B according to Kyiv School of Economics, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 179th day of Putin's war crimes
21 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 August 2022: Russia partially closes sky over 3 regions near Ukraine, as Ukraine's General Staff says Russian forces have partial success in some areas but Ukraine repels most offensives, as Russian forces kidnap two college directors in Kherson Oblast, as 6 people injured, including child in Russian shelling in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, targeting a village near Kryvyi Rih with Uragan rocket launchers and damaging houses and a kindergarten, as Russian proxies forcibly conscript over 400 mine workers in Luhansk Oblast, as Ukraine’s municipalities update air raid sirens with chemical, radiation hazards sounds, as Ukrainian intelligence says Russia lacks volunteers to set up new units, as Russia increases cruise missile carriers in Black Sea before Ukraine’s Independence Day, as man accused of looting for Russian troops detained in Kharkiv, as SBU says only 1 of 20 Russian missiles hits military sites, as head of SBU in Kirovohrad Oblast Oleksandr Nakonechny found dead, as Ukrainian General Staff says Russia relocating air defense systems to Belarus, as Russia attacks Odesa Oblast with 5 Kalibr missiles overnight, as 'Politico' newspaper reports USA planning to give Ukraine precision-guided Excalibur munitions, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 179th day of Putin's war crimes
21 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 21 August 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskiy adviser says Ukraine had nothing to do with Darya Dugina’s death as Russia orders investigation into car bombing, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 179th day of Putin's war crimes
21 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 179th day of Putin's war crimes: 21 August 2022: British PM Johnson and the leaders of the USA, France and Germany have stressed the importance of ensuring the safety of nuclear sites in Ukraine in a call, welcoming 'recent discussions on enabling an IAEA mission to the Zaporizhzhia facility', as four more ships carrying foodstuffs have left Ukraine’s ports, Turkey’s defence ministry says, as Russia says it destroyed HIMARS ammunition depot in Odesa, as before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in late February, three hospitals in government-controlled areas of the country’s war-torn Donetsk region had facilities to care for premature babies, but then one was hit by a Russian air raid and the other had to close as a result of the fighting, leaving only the maternity hospital in the coal mining town of Pokrovsk still operating, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 179th day of Putin's war crimes
21 August 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 179th day of Putin's war crimes: 21 August 2022: Daughter of Putin ally killed in Moscow blast, as an attack on the Russian Black Sea fleet in Sevastopol is the latest in a string of strikes against Putin regime, British 'BBC' reports on the 179th day of Putin's war crimes
21 August 2022 France24 reports on the 178th day of Putin's war crimes: 21 août 2022: Accident de réacteur, déchets radioactifs, les risques à la centrale ukrainienne de Zaporijjia, France24 informe
22 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 August 2022: Almost 5,000 human rights violations recorded in Crimea during occupation, as Irish Embassy reopens in Kyiv, as enemy focuses its main efforts on Bakhmut and Avdiivka directions, as intense pressure, torture, no calls, reported by Azov fighter, telling about Russian captivity, as Army of Drones project receives more than 470 UAVs, some of them already at front, as about 60 countries, organizations confirm participation in Crimea Platform, as EU plans major training operation for Ukrainian forces according to EU's Borrell, as Russian missile attack's death toll on residential building in Kharkiv rises to 19, as poll shows more than 90% of Ukrainians believe in victory in war with Russia, as Ukraine, Poland sign memorandum on cyber security cooperation, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 180th day of Putin's war crimes
22 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 August 2022: Ukraine's General Staff says Russia mounts military presence on Ukraine’s northern borders, as Ukraine asks UN, Red Cross to act against sham trials in Mariupol, as Finnish nuclear consortium Fennovoima asks Rosatom for 2 billion euros over scrapped nuclear plant, as authorities in Nikopol warn residents of Russian 'provocation' near Enerhodar, as Russian troops shell six settlements in Zaporizhzhia Oblast at once, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 180th day of Putin's war crimes
22 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 August 2022: Ukraine’s army chief Valeriy Zaluzhnyi reported that almost 9,000 Ukrainian soldiers have died since Putin regime launched its full-scale invasion in February, scoffing at international law, also saying children needed protection in several parts of the country, as president Zelenskiy has previously said 1 million people are involved in defending Ukraine, UK's 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 180th day of Putin's war crimes
22 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 180th day of Putin's war crimes: 22 August 2022: Ukrainian officials restrict Independence Day celebrations, fearing Russian attacks will escalate on Wednesday’s anniversary, as Russia is trying to get Ukraine into fresh talks to buy time to regroup so it can launch a fresh offensive, a Ukraine presidential adviser told AFP, as at least 972 children in Ukraine have been killed or wounded since the beginning of Russia’s offensive, according to UNICEF, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 180th day of Putin's war crimes
22 August 2022 France24 reports on the 180th day of Putin's war crimes: 22 August 2022: Charity helps equip the women fighting on Ukraine's front lines, as FSB hasn’t presented ‘physical proof’ of alleged attacker of Darya Dugina, whose father is known as 'Putin's brain', as nearly 9,000 Ukrainian military personnel have been killed in the war with Russia, according to the head of Ukraine's armed forces Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, 'France24' reports with live updates on the 180th day of Putin's war crimes
23 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 August 2022: President Zelensky says we will be returning Crimea by any means without consulting with other countries, as more explosions reported in occupied Crimea’s Sevastopol, as power consumption in Ukraine down 30% since February 24 invasion, as Zaluzhnyi to remain Army’s Commander-in-Chief, as Ukraine files with ECHR new urgent claims to Russia as to captured Azovstal defenders, as at Zaporizhia TPP Russians firing at ash dumps to raise clouds of radioactive dust according to intelligence, as appeasement policy toward aggressors doesn’t work according to Lithuania’s president, as over 80% of Ukrainian enterprises resume work according to PM Shmyhal, as Ukrainian fighters destroy enemy Ka-52 helicopter, as UK's Boris Johnson says we must continue give our Ukrainian friends all support they need, as Slovakia to send 30 IFVs to Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 181st day of Putin's war crimes
23 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 August 2022: Ukraine's General Staff says Ukraine repels Russian offensive towards Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, as Sweden's PM Magdalena Andersson said during the Crimea Platform summit that the Swedish government will soon announce an additional comprehensive aid package for Ukraine, also saying that Russia's war against Ukraine has global consequences like the energy and food crisis, as Ukraine identifies two Russian soldiers who allegedly tortured civilians in Kyiv suburbs, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 181st day of Putin's war crimes
23 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 August 2022: Explosions reported across Dnipro, as UN warns against nuclear ‘sabre-rattling’, as many civilians leaving Kyiv amid fear of Russian attack, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 181st day of Putin's war crimes
23 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 181st day of Putin's war crimes: 23 August 2022: Ukraine’s president Zelenskyy in an address to the Crimea Platform summit has vowed to do all he can to win back the Crimean peninsula, annexed by Russia eight years ago, and urged international allies to support the effort, as OHCHR spokesperson said the building of metal cages by Russian-backed authorities for Ukrainian prisoners of war in Mariupol is 'humiliating', as Kyiv accuses Russia of illegal adoptions of Ukrainian children, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 181st day of Putin's war crimes
24 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 August 2022: Russia’s attempt to change Ukraine’s borders by force will never be recognized, USA states at UN, as 11-year-old child killed in Russia’s missile strike on Dnipropetrovsk Region, as president Zelensky says at UN if Russia not stopped now, its murderers will end up in other countries, as Putin's Russia attacking Ukraine with air and missile strikes according to General Staff, as Ukrainian president meets with Portuguese foreign minister, as president Zelensky says UK assistance brings Ukraine's victory in war closer, as enemy air target destroyed in Vinnytsia region, as Ukraine calls on world to create special tribunal for Russia's crimes, as USA's Biden announces $2.98B in security assistance to Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 182nd day of Putin's war crimes
24 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 August 2022: Russia's missile attack on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast kills a child, as several powerful explosions reported in Khmelnytsky Oblast, as 53% of USA citizens say their country should support Ukraine until Russia withdraws, as this support came from both Democratic and Republican voters, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on August 24, and as only 18% of respondents said they opposed supporting Ukraine, as British Defense Minister says combined Russian casualties at 80,000 troops in war against Ukraine, as Ukraine reportedly destroyed Russian military equipment worth $16.6 billion since February 24, as Russian collaborator killed by car bomb in Zaporizhzhia, as air defense shoots down Russian missile over Cherkasy, as Russian artillery pummels Derhachi, Mala Danylivka in Kharkiv Oblast, after Russians fired 9 rockets at Zaporizhzhia overnight, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 182nd day of Putin's war crimes
24 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 August 2022: UK's PM seen next to president Zelenskiy on day country marks independence from Soviet rule and six months of war with Russia, as UN has called the six-month anniversary of the start of Russia’s war in Ukraine a 'sad and tragic milestone', as the number of people facing acute food insecurity worldwide has more than doubled to 345 million since 2019 due to the covid-19 pandemic, conflict and climate change, according to the World Food Programme, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 182nd day of Putin's war crimes
24 August 2022 'euronews' reports on the 182nd day of Putin's war crimes: 24 August 2022: UN zählt rund tausend tote Zivilisten in der Ukraine pro Kriegsmonat. Auf diese Zahl kommt das UN-Hochkommissariat für Menschenrechte in Genf. Humanitäre Organisationen wie das Rote Kreuz fürchten jetzt schon den Winter.
25 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 August 2022: Ministry of Culture and Information Policy launches new project to attract investments to Ukraine, as environmental damage caused by Russian aggression estimated at $10B, as Ukrainian forces down another Russian Orlan-10 drone, as another convoy of ships carrying grain departs from Ukraine ports, as UN will support any IAEA mission from Kyiv to Zaporizhzhia NPP, as war already going through turning point according to Main Intelligence Directorate's Kyrylo Budanov 12:03 Briefing on operational situation in occupied Melitopol, partisan movement, as evidence in Russian war crime cases must be bulletproof according to Ukraine’s top prosecutor, as Russians killed 376 children in Ukraine since invasion start, as Russians amassing military equipment just 60m from ZNPP reactor according to British intelligence, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 183rd day of Putin's war crimes
25 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 August 2022: On Independence Day, Russian jets made 200 sorties, often simulating strikes, according to the Ukrainian Armed Forces, as Russia likely ready to exploit any Ukrainian military presence near Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant for propaganda according to UK's defense ministry, as Russia shells Dnipropetrovsk Oblast overnight, as Russian forces reportedly sustain losses in southern Ukraine, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 183rd day of Putin's war crimes
25 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 August 2022: 25 people have now been confirmed dead after Russian forces attacked a train in the village of Chaplyne in Dnipropetrovsk oblast, where four trains caught fire and two children were killed in the attack, as Vyshgorod district just north of Kyiv hit by two missiles, as USA president expected to discuss arms shipments with Ukrainian counterpart, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 183rd day of Putin's war crimes
25 August 2022 'euronews' reports on the 183rd day of Putin's war crimes: 25 August 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy vowed to hold Russia responsible after a rocket attack on a train station at Chaplyne in central Ukraine on Ukraine's independence day killed at least 25 people including an 11-year-old boy and wounded dozens. 'According to information from the morning, we have 25 dead, including two children. Thirty-one people were injured, including two children', the company said on Telegram. 'Chaplyne is our pain today', Zelenskyy said in his nightly video address to the nation, referring to the town 120 kilometres southeast of Dnipro in central Ukraine where Wednesday's strike happened
26 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 August 2022: Russians pursue attempts to seize all of Donetsk region, as EU ministers to discuss measures to address energy issues, as Russians shell residential area in Dnipropetrovsk region, injuring civilian woman, as Lithuania to buy 37 kamikaze drones for Ukraine, as Prague court declares bankrupt Czech subsidiary of Russian Sberbank, as Ukraine appeals to UNESCO as Russians threaten child abductions in occupied areas, as Ukroboronprom, Ukraine Army's General Staff work out UAV development program, as Russia almost completes preparations for pseudo-referendums in occupied territories according to intelligence, as car with collaborator blown up in Berdiansk, as German 'Bundestag' politician calls on authorities to supply more heavy weapons to Ukraine, as about 20 streets, squares in 14 countries named in honor of Ukraine, as Ukrainian forces kill 27 invaders, make Darivka Bridge unusable, as Ukrainian forces strike Chornobaivka, Antonivka Bridge in Kherson region, as ZNPP reconnected to power grid, generating electricity for Ukraine according to Energoatom, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 184th day of Putin's war crimes
26 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 August 2022: Ukrainian general Marchenko said ‘Mykolaiv was to be next city to fall, but Russia terribly failed’, as Ukrainian forces hit Dariivskyi bridge near Kherson and southern operational Command said that the bridge is inoperative, as Ukraine appeals to UNESCO, saying 'Russia using education as a tool of oppression', as Russian collaborator killed by explosion in occupied Berdiansk, as AP reported that Russia received hundreds of Iranian drones, as Energoatom says one power unit of Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant reconnected to Ukraine's grid, as Health Ministry says 33 clinics designated for treating covid-19 destroyed or partially damaged by Russia's war, as Chechen leader Kadyrov, allies suspected of war crimes in Ukraine, as UK intelligence said Russian offensive stalled due to poor performance, fierce Ukrainian resistance, as so-called 'left wing' of Scholz’s SPD party (and former chancellor Schroeder's) seeks to stop arms supplies to Ukraine, start talks with Russia, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 184th day of Putin's war crimes
26 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 August 2022: EU to hold urgent talks over Russian ‘energy war’, as Ukraine announces mandatory evacuations with evacuations for civilians from parts of Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, Mykolaiv regions, and as Czech PM says ‘emergency measures’ needed because energy situation ‘damaging the whole European Union’, as Iodine tablets distributed near Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant amid fears of radiation leak, and as UN reportedly 'almost certain' to visit Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant early next week, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 184th day of Putin's war crimes
26 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 184th day of Putin's war crimes: 26 August 2022: Ukraine’s state nuclear power company says the Zaporizhzhia plant has been reconnected to the country’s energy grid, as Ukrainian Army SOS, an activist-led NGO, has been converting Android-based tablets into smart units with automated precision guidance, as Belarusian Lukashenko says Belarusian planes refitted to carry nuclear weapons, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 184th day of Putin's war crimes
26 August 2022 'euronews' reports on the 184th day of Putin's war crimes: 26 August 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy said the world narrowly avoided a radiation disaster as electricity to Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was cut for hours due to Russian shelling on Thursday
27 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 August 2022: Invaders shell Kharkiv region, killing woman in Zolochiv, as Russian forces hit Nikopol with two missiles, as Russians burn bodies of their dead soldiers along with destroyed equipment, as marines eliminated more than 130 invaders, enemy armored vehicles in past week, as enemy hit enterprise in Kharkiv with cluster munitions, as twenty-nine more Ukrainians evacuated for treatment to European hospitals, as rally in support of Azovstal defenders held in Zhytomyr Region 16:36 Ukraine, Moldova cancel international road haulage permits, as Ukraine terminates cooperation with Russia in nuclear power sector, as rescuers dismantle rubble of apartment block partially destroyed in Russia’s shelling of Bakhmut, as Ukrainian troops destroy Russian helicopter, three drones in past day, as three ships with Ukrainian grain leave Odesa region ports, as enemy intensifies shelling between Luhansk and Donetsk regions, but has no particular 'success' in its aggression, as more than 733 children have been injured as a result of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, as Ukrainian ministry of Foreign Affairs asks to support the petition 'Put Putin on trial' on Avaaz platform, as Russian military death toll in Ukraine reaches 46,500, as infrastructure reportedly being restored in Zhytomyr, Sumy, Kharkiv, Chernihiv regions, as two civilians killed, 12 injured in Donetsk region over past day, as invaders shell Dnipropetrovsk region 10 times last night, as Ukraine’s Armed Forces neutralize enemy reconnaissance group in Southern Buh direction, as more than 14,000 crimes against national security recorded in Ukraine according to Prosecutor General’s Office, as Ukrainian forces destroy enemy air defense systems in Kherson, as enemy struck infrastructure facilities in Zaporizhzhia, as Kharkiv central districts come under missile attack, as five people killed in enemy shelling of Zaporizhzhia, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 185th day of Putin's war crimes
27 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 August 2022: France, Germany don't support EU-wide entry ban for Russian tourists, as Russia has involved at least 160,000 troops in Ukraine since February 24, as Kharkiv mayor Ihor Terekhov said Russia hit a factory located in the city’s Shevchenkivskiy district with an Uragan rocket, as Russian attacks have destroyed 10,000 civilian sites in Mykolaiv Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 185th day of Putin's war crimes
27 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 August 2022: Risk of radioactive leak at ‘repeatedly shelled’ Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, Ukraine’s state energy operator warns, saying 'there are risks of hydrogen leakage and sputtering of radioactive substances’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 185th day of Putin's war crimes
27 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 184th day of Putin's war crimes: 27 August 2022: Britain will give six underwater drones to Ukraine to help clear its coastline of mines and make grain shipments safe, as three more ships leave Ukraine with grain to feed world, as Britain says Russia intensifies attacks in parts of eastern Ukraine, as Russia blocks agreement on UN nuclear treaty, as Slovakia has agreed to have fellow NATO states Czech Republic and Poland police its skies freeing Soviet-made MiG-29s from service to send to Ukraine, as Russian rocket hits Kharkiv’s historical district leaving one person wounded, as Ukraine’s state energy operator said there is a risk of a radioactive leak at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant adding Putin's troops had 'repeatedly shelled' the site of the plant over the past day, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 185th day of Putin's war crimes
27 August 2022 'euronews' reports on the 185th day of Putin's war crimes: 27 August 2022: Russian missiles hit the centre of Kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city, on Saturday morning, as Kharkiv official Andriy Sharnin said they had identified the missile as an S-300 from fragments found in Pavlivska Square
28 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 August 2022: In Mariupol, Russians urgently 'reconstructing' Drama Theater, trying to conceal own war crime, as Ukrainian army pushes Russian forces back in Kharkiv, Sloviansk, Avdiyivka directions, as Russians once again shelled Mykolaiv region, causing more destruction, as Ukraine troops release video of Stugna missile hitting Russian ammo truck, as FM Kuleba to visit Sweden, Czech Republic to talk tougher Russia sanctions, as accident at ZNPP would send radiation cloud toward Southern Ukraine, certain Russian regions according to forecast, as border areas of Sumy and Chernihiv regions struck more than 150 times in past day, as invaders plan to hold pseudo-referendum in captured areas of Kharkiv region in October, as over 40 buildings damaged in Russian rocket strike on Zaporizhzhia, as Armed Forces of Ukraine down another Russian drone, as Russians shell Dnipropetrovsk region setting residential buildings on fire, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 186th day of Putin's war crimes
28 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 August 2022: Russia hits Ukraine’s Motor Sich engine factory in Zaporizhzhia, as six more ships carrying Ukrainian grain depart Odesa, as Ukraine's artillery hits 3 Russian control points in Kherson, Darivka, as Ukrainian forces report destroying self-propelled guns, artillery, armored personnel carrier in Donetsk Oblast, as Russian oligarch Abramovich’s companies supply materials for Russian military according to 'Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project', as Ukraine ambassador in Germany disinvites Saxony Minister-President after his proposals to 'freeze war', as almost half of Ukrainian refugees in UK find jobs, as Ukrainian forces destroy large Russian military base in occupied Melitopol, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 186th day of Putin's war crimes
28 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 August 2022: Russia has lost 'tens of thousands' of troops and it 'remains unclear' how it will recruit more, latest British intelligence update said, as Financial Times reports that the EU is set to suspend its visa travel agreement with Russia this week, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 186th day of Putin's war crimes
28 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 186th day of Putin's war crimes: 28 August 2022: Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba says Russian forces have turned the Zaporizhzhia plant into a military base, putting the whole continent at risk, as Russian forces shelled the Ukrainian city of Sloviansk, damaging residential buildings and a school, as Ukrainian authorities have said more grain is being shipped across the Danube River than at any point since Russia’s invasion began, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 186th day of Putin's war crimes
29 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 August 2022: Ukraine recovery forum to be held in France this autumn. as Ukrainian forces repel Russian attacks in six directions, as number of those injured by enemy strikes on Mykolaiv rises to 24, as 3 more grain ships depart from Ukrainian ports, as 12 enemy missiles hit Mykolaiv, as powerful explosions rock Melitopol. as enemy shells Sloviansk again, damages apartment buildings, as president Zelensky calls for sanctions against Rosatom for radiation blackmail at Zaporizhzhia NPP, as Norway plans to allocate NOK 2B to help Ukraine provide itself with gas, as in strike on Mykolaiv two civilians were killed, five injured, as Zelensky invites Europeans to store gas in Ukrainian facilities, as Ukraine expects clear statement from IEAE on Russian breaches of nuclear safety rules at ZNPP, as in Mariupol Russians pace up preparations for 'referendum, as Ukrainian grain exports on rise in August, as Sweden to send Ukraine additional package of military aid worth 500M crowns, as in Kherson region, Ukraine Army breaches first line Russian defenses, as Russia cynically shelling town near Zaporizhia NPP to intimidate locals, as almost all major bridges destroyed in Kherson region by HIMARS strikes, as Ukraine expects Poland to recognize Russia state sponsor of terrorism, as accident leaves Mykolaiv without water supply, as Russian military ridicules Shoigu for ineffective leadership, British intelligence says, as Sumy region’s community came under enemy fire, as enemy forces shell civilian infrastructure in Dnipropetrovsk region, as Ukrainian defenders hit Russian military base in Kherson, as ten people injured in enemy shelling of Enerhodar residential quarters, as IAEA delegation heading to Zaporizhzhia NPP, as three more vessels loaded with Ukrainian grain leave Odesa Region’s ports, as eight civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk Region, as enemy troops suffer losses in Sloviansk direction according to General Staff, as Ukraine likely to face coldest winter in decades according to Naftogaz Board's Vitrenko, as at least five enemy missiles fired at Ukraine from air space of Belarus, as Russia’s Uragan, Pantsir systems and 41 troops destroyed in southern Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 187th day of Putin's war crimes
29 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 August 2022: Ukraine summons Turkish ambassador over Russian weapons shipping through Bosphorus, as resistance forces blow up Russian patrol in Mariupol, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 187th day of Putin's war crimes
29 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 August 2022: Several civilians have been killed by Russian shelling of private homes in Mykolaiv, according to the regional governor Vitaliy Kim, as Ukrainian southern command spokesperson says Ukrainian troops have begun long-awaited counter-offensive in Kherson region, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 187th day of Putin's war crimes
29 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 187th day of Putin's war crimes: 29 August 2022: Ukraine announces the start of a long-awaited counteroffensive to retake territory in the south seized by Russian forces since their invasion six months ago, a move reflecting Kyiv’s growing confidence as Western military aid flows in, as Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, was hit with cluster munitions, according to regional governor Oleh Syniehubov, as FM Kuleba visiting Sweden said Russian forces leaving the facility would be 'the only way to ensure nuclear security at the power plant', 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 187th day of Putin's war crimes
30 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 August 2022: International partners have allocated $17.5B to Ukraine since start of full-scale war Ukrainian PM says, as Russian military base, FSB dining place blown up in Melitopol according to mayor Fedorov, as Ukraine accumulates 2M tonnes of coal, 13 bcm of natural gas according to PM Shmyhal, as enemy strengthens group of forces in Donetsk direction according to General Staff, as president Zelensky, IAEA Director General Grossi meet in Kyiv, as Ukrainian parliament calls on international community to recognize mass execution of POWs in Olenivka as terrorist attack, as OECD ready to help Ukraine eliminate corruption risks in post-war reconstruction process, as Ukrainian forces using dummy HIMARS to lure Russian missiles, as Ukrainian forces confirm new strikes on three bridges in Kherson region, as Kharkiv city comes under artillery fire again, apartment building catches fire, as Russia trying to disrupt IAEA mission's visit to Zaporizhzhia NPP according to President's Office, as one person killed, one injured by enemy shelling of Mykolaiv, as Russia moving military convoys from Crimea to Kherson region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 188th day of Putin's war crimes
30 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 August 2022: Ukraine's cabinet approves sanctions against Russian church leader Kirill and seven other representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church, as Latvia to introduce additional checks for Russian, Belarusian citizens entering the country, as Ukraine’s military reports hitting bridges near occupied Kherson again, as Ukraine’s intelligence says Russia draws more mercenaries for its war in Ukraine as covert mobilization fails, as SBU identifies 3 Russian soldiers who tortured civilian in Kyiv Oblast, as Russian forces shell corridors needed for IAEA mission to reach Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, as Russian forces shell Red Cross base in Sloviansk, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 188th day of Putin's war crimes
30 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 August 2022 the first shipment of grain from Ukraine to the drought-stricken Horn of Africa since the war began has docked in Djibouti, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 188th day of Putin's war crimes
30 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 188th day of Putin's war crimes: 30 August 2022: Thousands of people fleeing Russia-occupied areas of southern Ukraine are arriving in a city near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear site, despite fears of a radiation leak from fighting, because for many shelling in their hometowns is a more urgent danger, as Ukrainian troops mounting a counteroffensive have broken through Russian defences in several sectors of the front line near the city of Kherson, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 188th day of Putin's war crimes
31 August 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 August 2022: Russian troops suffer losses, retreat in Avdiivka direction, as Russian soldiers - 'We gotta get out of here' - mull taking out own commanders, fleeing warzone, as case of Russian colonel-general who tried to capture Kyiv forwarded to court, as nearly 10 explosions rock occupied Melitopol, as FM Kuleba says EU should have taken more time to pass tougher decision on visas for Russians, as president Zelensky insists on introducing new package of Russia sanctions in view of nuclear blackmail, as EU foreign ministers agree to suspend agreement with Russia that eases visa issuance, as FM Kuleba, Borrell discuss EU support for Ukraine, countering Russia’s aggression, as Ukrainian, Georgian FM discuss bilateral cooperation, future of Eastern Partnership, as Poland's PM Morawiecki said Russians should receive only humanitarian visas, as enemy is shelling Kharkiv's Kyivsky district, as president Zelensky's deputy chief of staff inspects state border in Rivne region, as - after shelling of Bakhmut city - woman found dead under rubble of destroyed building, as FM Kuleba thanks Hoekstra for supporting visa restrictions for Russians, as Energoatom expects demilitarization of Zaporizhzhia NPP after IAEA team's visit, as FM Kuleba discuss with his German counterpart sanctions against Russia, arms supplies, as Ukraine's Tymoshenko discusses plan for Ukraine’s recovery with ambassador of Sweden, as another bulk carrier with Ukrainian agricultural products leaves Odesa port, as FM Kuleba offers special program to Russian soldiers 'Save yourself and leave', unwilling to fight in Ukraine, as Ukraine's Galushchenko says IAEA’s recommendations to be implemented as soon as Ukraine controls ZNPP, as infographics shows Russian military death toll in Ukraine reaches 47,900, as 230 children reported missing amid war in Ukraine, as Russians hit Kramatorsk, Slovyansk towns at night, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 189th day of Putin's war crimes
31 August 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 August 2022: 50 bridges open for traffic out of 300 destroyed by Russian regime's troops, after regime has caused $26 billion worth of damage to the country's roads since February 24 according to Ukravtodor's Andriy, as Russian shelling kills one woman in Bakhmut, as Russian occupiers refuse to issue passes for Zaporizhzhia plant to IAEA delegation, as Russia began covert mobilization in Moscow, St. Petersburg, as Russian troops shell Enerhodar amid UN nuclear inspectors moving into Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 189th day of Putin's war crimes
31 August 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 31 August 2022: Ukraine accuses Russia of shelling town by Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant as inspectors arrive, as grain silos in Ukraine’s second biggest port, Mykolaiv, caught fire after they were struck by Russian shelling of the city according to Ukraine’s emergency service, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 189th day of Putin's war crimes
31 August 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 189th day of Putin's war crimes: 31 August 2022: EU top diplomats have agreeed in suspending a 2007 visa facilitation agreement for Russian citizens, a decision that comes after some Eastern and Nordic member states had pushed for an outright travel ban, as Ukrainian forces have had 'successes' in three areas of the Russian-occupied region of Kherson, a Ukrainian regional official said, two days after Kyiv announced the start of a southern counteroffensive to retake territory, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 189th day of Putin's war crimes
1 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 September 2022: Danish FM Jeppe Kofod arrives in Kyiv, promises additional military support, as EU-Ukraine Association Council meeting scheduled for September 5, as president Zelensky visits Irpin school rebuilt after Russian attacks, as Ukraine Army destroys enemy helicopter, two UAVs, ammo depots, as Russian troops open fire on 13 settlements in Donetsk Region, as president Zelensky shares photos of schools destroyed by Russian invaders, as MFA says Russia must immediately stop shelling route of IAEA mission to Zaporizhzhia NPP, as Ukrainian forces shoot down one of two enemy missiles launched on Odesa region, as Russian forces shelling pre-agreed route of IAEA mission to ZNPP, as Zaporizhzhia NPP’s fifth power unit shut down due to Russian shelling, as IAEA mission leaves Zaporizhzhia for Enerhodar despite Russian shelling, Russian aggression kills 380 children in Ukraine, as Russian military death toll in Ukraine reaches 48,350, as enemy fired five missiles at Kharkiv region last night, as Russian forces shell Enerhodar using helicopters, MLRS, casualties reported, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 190th day of Putin's war crimes
1 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 September 2022: Russian forces to evacuate Rosatom personnel from Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, as 500 teachers transferred from Russia to temporarily occupied Melitopol, as Russian forces launch missiles at Odesa Oblast overnight on 31 August, as Ukraine’s Air Force downs Russian helicopter over eastern Ukraine, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 190th day of Putin's war crimes
190th day British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 September 2022: UN inspectors reach Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant despite reports of shelling, as Red Cross calls for end to fighting near Zaporizhzhia plant, warning the consequences of a strike could be 'catastrophic', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 190th day of Putin's war crimes
1 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 190th day of Putin's war crimes: 1 September 2022: A team from the UN nuclear watchdog is pressing on to reach Russian-held nuclear power plant near Zaporizhzhia, as despite fighting in the Zaporizhzhia region and reports that the inspectors' route is being shelled, the chief of the mission said 'we are not stopping', as president Zelensky's office said Russia's trying to wreck inspection mission, as government forces in Ukraine are trying to seize the initiative from Russian troops before the arrival of winter, now with a counter-offensive in the south, and as the Ukrainians are preparing to expand that in the east to take back land lost in Donbas and around Kharkiv in the north, as families desperate for normality as school year begins, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 190th day of Putin's war crimes
2 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 September 2022: Russians strike 15 localities of Donetsk region, as large convoy of military equipment spotted in Crimea, moving toward mainland Ukraine, as over six months, Ukraine boosted fuel imports by 12 times according to economy ministry, as energy minister says IAEA should declare that Russian military, weapons at ZNPP 'threat to nuclear safety', as Ukraine seizes more than UAH 2B worth of assets from Russian oligarch’s company, as Russian war in Ukraine leaves 228 children officially missing, as - even if ZNPP doesn’t work in winter - Ukraine to survive heating season expert says, as Russian forces shelled 20 settlements across Zaporizhia region in past day, as Russian military death toll in Ukraine climbs to 48,700, as Ukraine not to coordinate with anyone liberation of own territories, top security official says, as Russians lie and hinder activities of IAEA mission at Zaporizhzhia NPP according to Energoatom, as Ukrainian forces strike two enemy locations in Melitopol according to mayor Fedorov, as Russian troops focus efforts to take full control of Donetsk Region according to General Staff, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 191st day of Putin's war crimes
2 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 September 2022: Ukrainian General Staff says Russian forces remove military equipment from Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant ahead of IAEA inspection, as Ukraine imposes sanctions on Russia’s Rosatom, as EU states, except for Hungary, agree to provide 5 billion euros in aid to Ukraine, as Russia has been experiencing troop shortage since the start of the full-scale war, while many units are busy carrying out jobs of guarding Kremlin facilities within the country and abroad, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 191st day of Putin's war crimes
2 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 September 2022: Russia says gas pipeline suspended indefinitely, as Gazprom announced NordStream 1 pipeline to stay out of action citing turbine engine damage, as Ukraine’s military has claimed that Russian forces suffered 'significant losses' in the southern region of Kherson following Kyiv’s counteroffensive, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 191st day of Putin's war crimes
2 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 191st day of Putin's war crimes: 2 September 2022: UN nuclear experts have made their first inspection of the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia power plant in southern Ukraine, as IAEA chief Rafael Grossi says the IAEA presence at the plant 'is not moving - it's going to stay there', the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 191st day of Putin's war crimes
2 September 2022 France24 reports on the 191st day of Putin's war crimes: 2 September 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskyy criticised what the obstruction of independent media covering the UN visit to the Zaporizhzia nuclear power plant, as Russia launches 'Vostok 2022' military drills with China, India, other allies, as Norway's 'Equinor' completes Russia withdrawal, marking first full exit of international energy firm, as heavy fighting persists in the southern part of Ukraine including shellings in the Enerhodar district, near the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant according to Britain's defence ministry, 'France24' reports with live updates on the 191st day of Putin's war crimes
3 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 September 2022: Mykolaiv paratroopers destroy two Russian tanks with crews, as in Zelenodolsk strike 9-year-old boy killed, number of injured rises, as Russians hit village in Chernihiv region with artillery causing more than 50 explosions, as invaders fire Uragan MLRS at Zelenodolsk, injuring nine people, as international organizations ready to support Donetsk region this winter, as Ukrainian soldiers trained in UK to destroy tanks in urban area, as explosions rock airfield in occupied Melitopol, as Russia currently seeking new explanations for own population of why they continue war in Ukraine according to advisor, as in Kyiv region, Russian invasion leaves 13 children orphans, as Ukraine’s marines eliminate 250 invaders, destroy seven ammo depots in past week, as four children injured at Chernihiv ammo expo in grenade launcher accident, as six million Ukrainians left for Poland in past six months, as Germany sees as groundless full halt to gas transit via Nord Stream, as president Zelensky shows consequences of Russian invasion, saying threat to humanity, as one child killed, two injured in enemy shelling of Mykolaiv region, as enemy spreading fake news about failures of Ukrainian forces in Kherson region regional council says, as Russians shell Donetsk region overnight, damage enterprises, recreation center, kindergarten, as Russia's war in Ukraine affects 1,117 children, as Russian military death toll in Ukraine war rises to 49,050, as EU's oil embargo will reduce Russia's income by at least 40% in 2023 acording to Ukraine's Galushchenko, as Bucha residents killed during Russian occupation buried, as five missiles shot down over Dnipro city at night, as number of Russian crimes in Ukraine exceeds 46,000, as Ukrainian aviation made more than 40 combat sorties over past day, as enemy hits Kharkiv, explosion rings out near school, as State Bureau of Investigation opens 881 cases against traitors and collaborators, as IAEA Director General to report to UN Security Council on visit to Ukraine Tuesday, as more than 7,000 Ukrainian civilians killed since war started according to Ukraine's Yenin, as Ukrainian troops eliminated 106 invaders, six dozen enemy equipment units in the south, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 192nd day of Putin's war crimes
3 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 September 2022: Russian military shells Chernihiv Oblast with artillery, as a 9-year-old boy was killed, 10 civilians injured in Russian shelling of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, as Ukraine’s military repels Russian offensive in Donetsk Oblast, as Ukraine’s military attacks Russian forces in occupied Kherson Oblast, as European Council president Charles Michel said continued IAEA presence at Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant is necessary, as 40% of Russian equipment for new units not combat-ready according to intelligence, as Ukraine shoots down Russian helicopter, drone in Donetsk Oblast, as two Bayraktar drones destroy Russian military equipment worth $26.5 million in 3 days, as Russia fires missiles at Kramatorsk, Sloviansk in Donetsk Oblast, casualties reported, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 192nd day of Putin's war crimes
3 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 September 2022: EU responds to Russia’s closure of Nord Stream gas pipeline, as UK says Ukraine achieved ‘tactical surprise’ with counter-offensive, as Ukraine’s first lady Olena Zelenska said that while the economic impact of the war in Ukraine is tough on its allies, Britons 'count pennies' while Ukrainians 'count casualties', as an eight-year-old child has died after Russian shelling in the southern Ukrainian region of Mykolaiv this morning according to regional council's Hanna Zamazeyeva, also saying two other children were among those injured in Russian shelling in the city of Mykolaiv and Bereznehuvate, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 192nd day of Putin's war crimes
3 September 2022 France24 reports on the 192nd day of Putin's war crimes: 3 septembre 2022: Devenus les premiers témoins des crimes de guerre commis en Ukraine, Evgeniy Maloletka et Mstyslav Chernov sont les seuls journalistes à pouvoir témoigner des crimes commis durant le siège de Marioupol. Le festival Visa pour l'image a choisi d'exposer leurs photos, qui ont failli leur coûter la vie, selon 'France24'. - 24 août 2022: Six mois de guerre en Ukraine en images après le conflit a connu plusieurs évènements marquants, de la prise de Kherson à la menace nucléaire autour de la centrale de Zaporijjia, en passant par le siège de Marioupol ou l'horreur de Boutcha. Documenter les crimes de guerre en Ukraine, c'est s'exposer aux foudres du Kremlin. Daniel Merehulak est un des premiers à photographier les corps anonymes torturés et abandonnés à Boutcha.
4 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 September 2022: Ukrainian forces retake village of Vysokopillia in Kherson region, as Ukrainian forces strike Russian ammunition depot in Kherson, as weapons, sanctions against Russia, restoration of Ukraine discussed when Ukrainian PM Shmyhal meets with German counterpart Scholz, as Russia launched 14 missile and more than 15 air strikes on Ukraine on Sunday, as Ukrainian flags returning to places where they should be by right president Zelensky says, as two districts of Kharkiv come under enemy fire, as after explosion in Chernihiv number of injured grows to 15, as enemy shelling damages houses, destroys church in Kherson region, as Russian forces once again shell Mykolaiv region, as Ukraine, Austria to cooperate in development of projects, as new wave of covid-19 beginning in Ukraine according to chief sanitary doctor, as Ukraine has enough forces to prevent Russia from increasing number of its troops in south, as Ukrainian marines kill over 260 Russian soldiers, destroy seven ammunition depots, nine tanks over past week, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 193rd day of Putin's war crimes
4 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 September 2022: Russia hit village in Kharkiv Oblast, burns 16 houses, as Ukraine returned nearly 600 people from Russian captivity, as Russia shells 2 Kharkiv districts, injures 2 people, as Grenade launcher mishandling wounds 15, including 8 children, in Chernihiv, as Ukraine liberates Vysokopillia in Kherson Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 193rd day of Putin's war crimes
4 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 September 2022: In Russian regime's Ukraine war residential areas in Mykolaiv hit, says governor, as ‘morale and discipline’ problems in Russian forces are developing, says UK, as a fleet of 13 ships carrying more than 280,000 tonnes of grain and agricultural products left ports in Odesa on Sunday, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 193rd day of Putin's war crimes
4 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 193rd day of Putin's war crimes: 4 September 2022: Germany's chancellor not in favour of ban on visas for Russians, as members of the Russian 'diaspora' in Germany holds rare rally against sanctions, as president Zelenskyy discusses urgent aid, Russia sanctions with EU chief, as PM Shmygal thanked Germany 'for solidarity with Ukrainians and support, thanking German minister Svenja Schulze for her 'intention of to direct €200mln' to help internally displaced people and as grants for starting businesses, as Sweden, Finland to offer liquidity guarantees to energy firms, as Ukraine’s Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant lost external power again, fuelling fears of disaster, as the plant still continues to supply electricity to the grid despite losing connection to the last remaining main external power line with only one of the station’s six reactors still operational according to IAEA, as Ukrainian PM Denys Shmygal will be the first high-level Ukrainian official to visit Germany in months, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 193rd day of Putin's war crimes
5 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 September 2022: Ukraine's Air Force shoots down three enemy drones, as Russian invaders disconnect Kakhovka HPP 20:20 Ukraine Army knocks enemy out of their positions in Kramatorsk direction General Staff says, as Ukraine, Europe to withstand battle for heating season according to PM Shmyhal, as Russian troops strike Sumy Region’s Myropillia with self-propelled artillery, as Ukraine already exported 2M tonnes of grain through Odesa ports, as Shmyhal, Borrell discuss EU military mission, eighth package of sanctions against Russia, as woman killed, 3 more people injured as Russians fire Uragan MLRS at Kryvyi Rih district, as Podolyak calls on residents of occupied territories to prepare bomb shelters now, as 28 Russian invaders, 2 enemy ammo depots liquidated in Kherson region, as Russians highly unlikely to capture Donbas by 15 September British intelligence says, as Russian troops attack Mykolaiv city with S-300 missiles at night, as PM Shmyhal gives to consider that EU should stop issuing visas to Russians, as in Mykolaiv region grain warehouses, enterprise, residential building on fire, as three civilians killed in Donetsk region over past day, as Russians hit Dnipropetrovsk region with heavy artillery, as in Donetsk region, Ukraine’s Armed Forces have successfully repelled the enemy's offensive in several districts, as Russian troops lost 300 soldiers, 19 tanks, 29 armored vehicles in past day, as invaders forcing Kherson teachers to employ Russian curriculum, as riot erupts in Russian unit in southern Ukraine over poor frontline supplies as the unit even has no water available for its servicemen, collectively refusing to further participate in hostilities, but the occupying forces’ special services took measures against the rioters and took them out of the unit positions, as Linkevicius explains why Ukraine can’t sit down at negotiating table with Russia now. saying it is not worth sitting down at the negotiating table with Russia because it would offer the latter a chance to freeze the conflict and strengthen its forces, as former Commander EUCOM USA general Ben Hodges says USA must be prepared for end of Russia as it looks today, and military goals should include 'de-imperialization' of Russia, as advisor Mykhailo Podolyak said concerning Zaporizhia NPP, where the invaders have deployed and fire MLR systems, a nuclear engineering audit is required even more than the peacekeeping efforts of an IAEA mission, as on southern frontlines Ukraine forces destroy Russian ammo depot, pontoon crossing, as Ukrainian PM Shmyhal, FRG's PM Scholz discuss possible deliveries of heavy tanks to Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 194th day of Putin's war crimes
5 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 September 2022: Russia launches 40 missiles, 25 airstrikes on Ukraine in 24 hours, as about 400 Russian soldiers killed, 100 military equipment recently destroyed in occupied Kreminna, Luhansk Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 194th day of Putin's war crimes
5 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 September 2022: Ukraine says it has pushed Russian forces back near Kramatorsk, as last Zaporizhzhia reactor disconnected after Russian shelling, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 194th day of Putin's war crimes
5 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 194th day of Putin's war crimes: 5 September 2022: Russia has sanctioned USA's Ben Stiller and Sean Penn in response to their public criticism of Moscow’s war on Ukraine, as two-time Oscar winner Penn was in Ukraine recording a documentary when Russia invaded on 24 February. He was forced to flee on foot, joining the millions of Ukrainians crossing into Poland in the first days of the war. He has been a vocal backer of Zelenskyy since, returning to Ukraine in June to meet the Ukrainian leader. Penn also visited Bucha and Irpin near Kyiv, the sites of alleged atrocities against civilians by Russian forces, as the final working reactor at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been disconnected from Ukraine’s grid on Monday after Russian shelling disrupted power lines according to state energy operator Energoatom, as at least four civilians were killed and seven others were wounded by Russian shelling in the past 24 hours across several regions of Ukraine, as 'Novaya Gazeta', one of the last independent news outlets still publishing inside of Russia, has been stripped of its media licence and effectively banned from operating, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 194th day of Putin's war crimes
6 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 September 2022: What will change in October and who must register with the military during the mobilization of women, as Russians suffering massive losses in Kherson region, as woman in ninth month of pregnancy among Azovstal defenders held by Russia, as European Commission proposes to fully suspend visa facilitation deal with Russia, as Ukraine artillery destroys Russia’s Patrul armored vehicle, decimating crew, as IAEA calls for creating security zone around ZNPP immediately, as Russian invaders launch missile strike on Sloviansk, as sowing of winter grain crops begins in seven regions of Ukraine, as Russian occupation administration ‘Gauleiter’ Bardin’s car blown up in downtown Berdiansk, as Ukraine Army takes fire control of enemy crossings near Darivka, Hola Prystan, as Ukrainian marines attack enemy positions, and Howitzers, guns and tanks destroyed, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes
6 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 September 2022: 753 civilians evacuated from occupied parts of Kharkiv Oblast, as German chancellor Scholz blocks delivery of tanks to Ukraine, after manufacturer said ready to supply Ukraine with 100 Leopard 2A7 tanks and provide spare parts and training sessions for soldiers worth 1.55 billion euros, as Ukraine hits Russian pontoon bridges in Kherson Oblast, as Ukrainian authorities in Brussels renew calls for special Russian war crimes tribunal, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes
6 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 September 2022: Ukrainian forces making ‘forward movement’ in Kherson region, says Pentagon, as IAEA says it is ‘gravely concerned’ about situation at nuclear facility, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes
6 September 2022 France24 reports on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes: 6 September 2022: IAEA report calls for security zone around Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, necessary to enable the UN agency to monitor the situation at the plant, as Putin watches military drills with China, France24 reports on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes
6 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes: 6 September 2022: Shelling of Europe's biggest nuclear power plant could lead to unlimited release of radioactive materials and Russian military equipment on site could undermine its security, after Russia occupied the Zaporizhzhia plant at the start of its invasion of Ukraine and as it has come under repeated attack, the UN's nuclear agency has warned, saying shelling must end immediately, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes
6 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes: 6 September 2022: The UN nuclear watchdog is due to issue a report on the Zaporizhzhia power station in Ukraine on Tuesday, a day after shelling cut its electricity supplies raising fears of a catastrophe, as Ukraine claims success in its counteroffensive against Russian forces, posting an image online of soldiers raising the blue and yellow flag on a rooftop purportedly in Kherson, as three people were killed as a result of Russian rocket fire in Ukraine’s Kharkiv region over the past day, including an elderly woman, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes
7 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 September 2022: European partners praise pace of Ukrainian reforms in recent months, as Ukraine increases grain exports by 20-30% every month, as Vereshchuk to head coordination headquarters for deoccupied territories, as Ukrainian aircraft launch over 14 strikes on enemy strongholds on September 7, as Ukraine's government bans coal exports, as Zelensky, Scholz discuss plans to strengthen Ukraine's defense capabilities, as IAEA visit did not bring tangible results in terms of demilitarizing ZNPP according to PM Shmyhal, as Ukraine will need EUR 12B in support from EU next year, as three killed as Russian forces shell humanitarian aid distribution center in Zaporizhzhia region, as Baerbock shames Germans worrying about gas bills more than human lives in Ukraine, as Ukrainian forces down another two Russian Su-25 attack aircraft, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes
7 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 September 2022: In constantly shelled Mykolaiv, volunteers do not back down, as Ukrainian oligarch’s companies exposed in tax evasion scheme, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 196th day of Putin's war crimes
7 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 September 2022: War criminal Putin threatens to ‘freeze’ west by cutting oil and gas supplies if EU imposes price cap, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 196th day of Putin's war crimes
7 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 196th day of Putin's war crimes: 7 September 2022: Ukraine's nuclear chief has suggested that UN peacekeepers could secure the Zaporizhzhia power station located on the southern bank of the River Dnieper, across the water from Ukrainian-held towns and military positions, after the Ukrainian plant has been occupied by Russia since the early days of the war and come under repeated attack, as UN's IAEA inspectors observed damage at the power station during a visit last week, recommending that a security zone be set up immediately to shield Europe's largest facility from the fighting, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 196th day of Putin's war crimes
7 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 195th day of Putin's war crimes: 7 September 2022: Shelling has resumed in the area of the Zaporizhzhia power plant despite IAEA report urging for a safe zone to prevent a catastrophe, as Russian forces fired rockets and heavy artillery on the city of Nikopol, on the opposite bank of the Dnieper River from the nuclear plant addording to regional governor Valentyn Reznichenko, as president Zelenskyy thanked the EU for confirming five billion euros in macro-financial aid but said the country needed a 'full-fledged' programme of financing from the IMF, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 196th day of Putin's war crimes
8 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 September 2022: Russia sanctions work despite Kremlin’s attempts to claim opposite according to USA State Department, as Ukraine Marines destroy five Russian howitzers, radar, as USA approves $675M military assistance package for Ukraine, as SBU exposes Izmail woman sending sensitive data to Russia, as Russian intelligence creates fake website to discredit Zelensky, as Russia fires prohibited cluster munitions at Donetsk region, as Ukraine Defense Contact Group to discuss long-term support for Ukraine, as Ukraine has exported 44% of agricultural products to Asian countries, as United Russia headquarters blown up in Melitopol, as Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated 640 Russian invaders in past day, as 742 children injured due to Russian aggression in Ukraine, as Kharkiv shelled five times in past day, as UK says at UN that Russia trying to change demographic makeup of Ukraine using mass deportation of residents of the temporarily occupied territories, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 197th day of Putin's war crimes
8 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 September 2022: Poland, Baltic states to limit entry of Russians with Schengen visas starting 19 September, as around half a million people have evacuated partially-occupied Kherson Oblast according to Yaroslav Yanushevych, as Russia amasses forces in Donetsk Oblast, tries to capture Bakhmut, as Ukraine’s navy destroys Russian equipment in Donetsk, Kherson oblasts, as USA Defense Department sent Ukraine its 'most-accurate artillery shell', the GPS-guided Excalibur, as Russian attack on Kharkiv kills 2 people, injures 5, as Russia has lost 51,250 troops in Ukraine since 24 February, as Russian shelling injures 8 people in Kharkiv Oblast, including toddler, Russian forces killed 7 people, injured 2 in Donetsk Oblast on 7 September, dying not for Putin but as a result of his war crimes, as Ukraine's 2023 budget to provide more than trillion hryvnias for security, defense, according to president Volodymyr Zelensky, as Ukrainian official says 2.5 million people have been forcibly deported to Russia, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 197th day of Putin's war crimes
7 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 September 2022: Kharkiv success helps entire frontline, Ukrainian president Zelenskiy says, as USA secretary of state makes surprise visit to Kyiv, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 197th day of Putin's war crimes
8 September 2022 France24 reports on the 197th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 8 September 2022: L'Ukraine a repris 400 km2 dans la région de Kharkiv, tandis que le secrétaire américain à la Défense, Lloyd Austin, accueillera sur la base américaine de Ramstein ses homologues de plus de 40 pays alliés et le secrétaire général de l'Otan Jens Stoltenberg pour discuter de la situation en Ukraine et organiser le soutien aux forces de Kiev, selon France24 en direct
8 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 197th day of Putin's war crimes: 8 September 2022: USA Secretary of State Antony Blinken has announced major new military aid worth more than 2 billion dollars for Ukraine and other European countries 'most potentially at risk for future Russian aggression', an aid on top of a $675-million package of heavy weaponry, ammunition and armored vehicles for Ukraine announced by Defense Secretary Llloyd Austin, as Russia-ally Belarus has launched military exercises near its border with Poland, that will focus on 'liberating territory temporarily seized by the enemy' and regaining control over border regions, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 197th day of Putin's war crimes
9 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 September 2022: Ukraine’s Ombudsperson challenges 'impartiality' of UN mission to occupied Olenivka, as in Ukraine’s counteroffensive: Russian assault regiment 'ceases to exist', as IAEA chief says nuclear safety zone around ZNPP needed now, urgently calling 'for the immediate cessation of all shelling in the entire area', as Ukrainian minister Iryna Vereshchuk says Russia’s call on evacuees from occupied areas to return is in fact a trap, as president Zelensky reacts to criminal cases targeting volunteers assuring journalists that, even amid the ongoing war, all citizens are equal before the law, and called to provide him with any information on unfair accusations of volunteers, as Ukraine, Poland to build hub for military equipment repairs, as cost of reconstruction, recovery in Ukraine amounts to $349B according to joint assessment, as armed Forces of Ukraine destroy 2 tanks, fighting vehicle, Pion guns in south, as three more ships with agricultural products leave Ukrainian ports. as Germany plans to send 16 bridge-laying tanks BIBER, 10 anti-aircraft guns GEPARD to Ukraine, as Russians hit Kharkiv kindergarten with MLRS, injuring children, as Ukrainian anti-aircraft gunners down six enemy drones, attack helicopter, as Ukrainian forces shoot down six enemy drones and ‘Alligator’, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 198th day of Putin's war crimes
9 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 September 2022: Russian forces continue shelling Mykolaiv Oblast, also shelling Kharkiv, destroying kindergarten, kills 4 civilians on 8 September, as Russian airstrike on hospital in Sumy Oblast injures 7 people, as Russian forces launch airstrike on hospital in Sumy Oblast, as EU's energy ministers failed to find a common approach to address soaring energy prices, as Ukrainian forces repel Russian attacks near 10 settlements, as Estonian unmanned armored personnel carrier arrives in Ukraine, more are on the way, as Ukraine’s success in Kherson, Kharkiv oblasts ‘very, very encouraging' according to USA Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, as Ukrainian forces hit Russian pontoon bridges in Kherson Oblast, as Russian troops mistreat Ukrainian POWs according to UN's Matilda Bogner, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 198th day of Putin's war crimes
9 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 September 2022: Ukrainian president Zelenskiy hails liberating counteroffensive after Ukrainian forces recaptured more than 1,000 sq km of territory over the last week, as photo appears to show Ukrainian soldiers on the outskirts of the city of Kupiansk which serves as a key logistical hub for Russian forces in the Kharkiv region, as nine civilians killed and 23 injured by Russian forces in Donetsk region, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 198th day of Putin's war crimes
9 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 198th day of Putin's war crimes: 9 September 2022: Russia says it is dispatching reinforcements to the Kharkiv region in eastern Ukraine where Kyiv’s forces have announced robust gains as part of a broader counter-offensive, as Ukraine’s advance in the Kharkiv region has been 'very sharp and rapid' and Ukrainian forces have recaptured a number of settlements, even the Russian-installed administrator of Russian-controlled parts of the region said in a live online broadcast, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 198th day of Putin's war crimes - 9 September 2022: , In Ukraine, humanitarian drones can save lives, as - while UAVs continue to change modern warfare - humanitarian drones are carrying out vital missions in Ukraine to save lives, journalist and documentary filmmaker Shelby Wilder reports
10 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 September 2022: Putin regime's invaders attack district in Dnipropetrovsk region with S-300 missiles, as liberation of settlements in Kharkiv region continues according to General Staff, as one person killed in Russian strikes on Kharkiv, as president holds another Supreme Commander HQ meeting, as paratroopers share video of their units’ offensive in Kharkiv region, as 10-year-old boy injured in enemy shelling in Dnipropetrovsk region, as Germany to further help Ukraine with clearing mines, as president Zelensky, Macron discuss course of hostilities, as Ukrainian forces advance to outskirts of Lysychansk in Luhansk region, as Ukraine may allow export of 100,000 tonnes of coal to Poland in September according to PM Shmyhal, as Ukrainian paratroopers capture Russian lieutenant colonel, as Russian forces shell Zelenodolsk, using Uragan MLRS, as Russia not ready for Ukraine's negotiating position according to Podolyak, as Ukraine has received hundreds of missiles and guns since first Ramstein meeting according to defense minister Reznikov, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 199th day of Putin's war crimes
10 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 September 2022: One person killed, two injured in Kharkiv as a result of Russian shelling on 10 September according to Kharkiv mayor Ihor Terekhov, as Russian military fires 9 missiles, 10 air strikes against Ukraine on Saturday, as Kupiansk, Izium liberated as Russian defenses collapse amid rapid Ukrainian advance in Kharkiv Oblast, as five more grain ships leave ports of Odesa Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 199th day of Putin's war crimes
10 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 September 2022: Residents in Russian-controlled parts of the Kharkiv region have been advised to evacuate to Russia as Ukrainian counter-offensive advances, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 199th day of Putin's war crimes
10 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 199th day of Putin's war crimes: 10 September 2022: Putin regime announces it is 'regrouping' its forces in the eastern Kharkiv region of Ukraine after Kyiv announced its troops had made sweeping gains in the territory, as Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s chief of staff publishes a photograph showing Ukrainian forces on the outskirts of the town of Izyum, a key military strongpoint held by the Russians for many months, as Kyiv takes control of Balakliia according to deputy defence minister, as Russian rockets hit Ukraine’s Kharkiv, killing one, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 199th day of Putin's war crimes
11 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 September 2022: Ukraine's armed forces seize Russian self-propelled gun, tank, Orlan-10 drone in Kharkiv region, as forty-seven houses damaged in morning strike on Dnipro, as UK’s Defence Ministry refutes Putin's lies about Ukrainian grain, as Russians shell several localities of Kherson region, casualties reported, as up to 350,000 civilians still stay in Donetsk region, as Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminating Russian invaders in Kharkiv region, as external electricity restored at Zaporizhzhia NPP according to IAEA, as Ukraine's army destroys bridge built by Russians across Dnieper near Nova Kakhovka, as Russian Kh-22 missiles strike Mykolaiv Region, casualties reported, as more than 40 settlements already de-occupied in Kharkiv Region according to regional administration, as Russian missiles dropped 30km away from South Ukraine NPP according to Energoatom, as Kramatorsk, Sloviansk, Mykolaivka come under enemy fire, as liberated Balakliia left without electricity and water supply services, gas pipeline damaged. as Russians strike liberated Kupiansk with anti-aircraft guns, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 200th day of Putin's war crimes
11 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 September 2022: Ukrainian minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said during the annual YES conference in Kyiv that technically it would take up to two weeks to resume the work of Ukrainian airports, but this will be possible only if the safety of their work is guaranteed by international partners and the UN, as Russian troops retreat from Svatove, Luhansk Oblast according to General Staff, as Russia postpones plans to stage 'referendums' in occupied territories amid Ukraine’s counteroffensive, as Ukrainian Armed Forces liberate over 40 settlements in Kharkiv Oblast, as Russia admits its troops were pushed back from almost entire Kharkiv Oblast, as PM Shmyhal says Ukraine plans to become full-fledged part of EU in two years, as Russian troops kill 10, injure 19 people in attacks on Donetsk Oblast, as intelligence says Russia plans to again shell Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, as Russian attack on Voznesensk, Mykolaiv Oblast, injures 2 people, as Luhansk Oblast governor Serhiy Haidai reports Ukrainian partisans raise flag over Kreminna in the oblast, as Ukraine’s Air Force reported destroying a Kh-59 Ovod TV-guided cruise missile and three unmanned aerial vehicles, as Russian attacks kill 1 person, injure 9 in Kharkiv Oblast on September 11, as Prosecutor General’s Office says Russia’s war has killed at least 383 children, injured over 747 since February 24, as Ukraine’s Air Force shot down a Sukhoi Su-34 bomber, as Ukrainian forces destroy Russian ammunition depots and ferry crossing in Kherson Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 200th day of Putin's war crimes
11 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 September 2022: Ukraine says its forces are within 30 miles of Russian border north of Kharkiv, as president Zelenskiy hails Ukraine territorial gains in surprise north-east counteroffensive, saying in a video address 'the movement of our soldiers in different directions of the front continues', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 200th day of Putin's war crimes
11 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 200th day of Putin's war crimes: 11 September 2022: As the war in Ukraine marks 200 days, the military has reclaimed broad swaths of the south and east in a long-anticipated counterattack that dealt a heavy blow to Russian forces, as operations at the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine were fully stopped as a safety measure as fears of a radiation disaster continue, as Russia’s Gazprom said it will ship 42.4 million cubic metres of natural gas to Europe via Ukraine, the same volume as on Saturday, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 200th day of Putin's war crimes
11 September 2022 France24 reports on the 200th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 11 September 2022: Putin regime abandoned its main bastion in northeastern Ukraine on Saturday in a sudden collapse of a key front after Ukrainian forces made a rapid advance, as the last reactor at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant has been shut down and will be transferred to a 'cold state', Ukraine’s atomic power operator said, as Ukrainian military says recapture of Izyum district 'ongoing' in east Ukraine, according to France24’s live coverage of the day’s events
12 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 September 2022: In intercepted call, Russian soldier says little to no chance of surviving Ukraine’s offensive in Kharkiv region, as Ukraine forces receive 109 UAVs as part of 'Drone Army' campaign, as Russian forces hit Kharkiv’s densely populated district, as Ukraine’s security chief trolls Russia’s Medvedev over latest ultimatum, as IAEA efforts should be focused on ZNPP de-occupation, demilitarization, return to Ukrainian control according to MFA Ukraine, as call by individual countries to dialogue with Russia breaks European unity according to MFA Poland, as Ukrainian flag raised in liberated Novovoznesenske in Kherson region, as bodies of four tortured civilians found in liberated village in Kharkiv region, as more than 800 settlements remain without electricity after enemy attacks, as Ukrainian defense forces launch more than 100 strikes on Russian positions in south, as France, Romania sign agreement simplifying Ukrainian grain exports, as explosions heard in Berdiansk, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 201st day of Putin's war crimes
12 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 September 2022: Ukrainian flag flies in Ternova, Kharkiv Oblast, as bodies of 4 tortured civilians found in liberated Zaliznychne, Kharkiv Oblast, as 81% of Poles support accepting Ukrainian refugees, as Ukraine's intelligence reports Russia recruits people from Far East to fight in Ukraine, as IMF to discuss emergency funding to countries amid food price shocks due to war, as 53% of Germans support sanctions against Russia despite sharp increase in energy prices, as Russia launches 18 missile strikes, 39 airstrikes on Ukraine within a day, as Russian forces block humanitarian aid to Kherson Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 201st day of Putin's war crimes
12 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 September 2022: The military command of the Russian federation has stopped sending new units into Ukraine following a dramatic Ukrainian counter-offensive that has reshaped the war and left Moscow reeling, Ukraine's general staff said, as Kharkiv mayor accuses Russian forces of targeting ‘densely populated residential area’ as they shell city, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 201st day of Putin's war crimes
12 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 201st day of Putin's war crimes: 12 September 2022: Ukraine’s general staff says its forces recaptured more than 20 towns and villages in the past 24 hours, as Ukrainian farmers are likely to cut the winter grain sowing area by at least 30% because of a jump in prices for seeds and fuel combined with low selling prices of their produce, Ukrainian Agrarian Council UAC representing thousands of small and medium-sized agriculture producers says, adding 'the main reasons that encourage agricultural producers to reduce sown areas are the high cost of fertilizers, problems with the sale of grain, as well as too low purchase prices for agricultural products', after Ukrainian grain exports have slumped since the start of the war because its Black Sea ports, a key route for shipments, were closed off, driving up global food prices and prompting fears of shortages in Africa and the Middle East, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 201st day of Putin's war crimes
12 September 2022 France24 reports on the 201st day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 12 September 2022: Ukraine accused the Russian military of attacking civilian infrastructure in response to a rapid weekend offensive by Ukrainian troops that forced Russia to abandon its main bastion in the Kharkiv region, 'no military facilities, the goal is to deprive people of light and heat', according to Ukraine's president Zelensky, as Ukrainian forces recaptured the major supply hub Izyum city on the Donets River in northeastern Ukraine, as at least 1,000 people have been killed in the last six months in fighting in the Ukrainian city of Izyum but the real figure is probably much higher, a Ukrainian official said on Monday, as Russian defence ministry says its forces conducting air strikes in Kharkiv, as mayor of Kharkiv says city has lost power again after strikes, according to France24’s live coverage of the day’s events
13 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 September 2022: Ukrainian Air Force destroys two enemy aircraft on Tuesday, as Ukraine debunk Russian lies about bio-labs, as president Zelensky meets with Danish, Estonian defense ministers, as Ukrainian army repels enemy attacks near eight settlements, as briefing held on the topic 'operational situation in Donetsk region' with Ukrainian Media Center's Olha Atamanova, as two Luhansk residents mobilized by Russia surrender near Kupiansk, as FM Kuleba says the more military support Ukraine receives, the faster this war will end, as school, kindergarten destroyed with Russian missiles in Lozova, as seven more ships with grain leave Ukrainian ports, Russian armed aggression affects over 1,132 children in Ukraine, as Kharkiv region left without electricity due to enemy shelling, as Ukraine Army likely to have shot down Iranian UCAV near Kupiansk, as three civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Kharkiv region, as Ukraine Army eliminates about 53,300 enemy troops, as a man killed in Russian attack on Slovyansk, as five civilians killed in Donetsk region over past day, as Russians strike Nikopol with Uragan MLRS, as Ukraine Air Force launched nine airstrikes on enemy in past day, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 202nd day of Putin's war crimes
13 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 September 2022: USA's Blinken concerned Russia might 'stir the pot' with Armenia, Azerbaijan as a distraction from Ukraine, as 1 person killed in Russian shelling of Orikhiv, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, as Russian forces shell power lines in Nikopol, as court sentences Russian collaborator to 12 years in jail, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 202nd day of Putin's war crimes
13 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 September 2022: The military command of the Russian federation has stopped sending new units into Ukraine following a dramatic Ukrainian counter-offensive that has reshaped the war and left Moscow reeling, Ukraine's general staff said, as Kharkiv mayor accuses Russian forces of targeting ‘densely populated residential area’ as they shell city, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 202nd day of Putin's war crimes
13 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 202nd day of Putin's war crimes: 13 September 2022: In call with Putin, German chancellor Scholz demands ‘a complete withdrawal of Russian forces and respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Ukraine’ as quickly as possible, as pressure builds for chancellor Olaf Scholz as the opposition party announces a motion to supply Ukraine with more arms, as - after Ukraine’s FM accused Germany of ignoring their pleas for arms, one of Zelenskyy’s advisers, Mykhailo Podolyak, also took a swipe at Germany saying 'Russia continues its terror, people die, time is wasted. Germany, we are waiting for your word', as Estonian defence minister supplies Ukraine with a modern mobile hospital during a visit to Kyiv, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 202nd day of Putin's war crimes
13 September 2022 France24 reports on the 202nd day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 13 September 2022: Ukraine retakes hundreds of settlements in Kharkiv region, as Ukraine's president Zelensky called on the West to speed up weapons deliveries as Ukrainians move to consolidate control over the territories surrounding Kharkiv seized back from Russia, after in a retaliatory move Russia struck several recaptured areas with missiles overnight, according to France24’s live coverage of the day’s events
div>14 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 September 2022: Ukraine Army repels enemy attacks near eight settlements in Donetsk region, as two Russian missiles strike outskirts of Zaporizhzhi, as Ukrainian president thanks soldiers for liberating Ukrainian lands, as 77 ships with grain have already left Ukrainian ports for Asia and Africa, as government plans to attract about $42B from key partners next year, as paratroopers down enemy Su-30 fighter with anti-aircraft gun as Ukrainian troops destroy enemy's ammo depot in south, as president awards Ukrainian defenders in Kharkiv region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 203rd day of Putin's war crimes
14 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 September 2022: Russia hits Zaporizhzhia's outskirts with two missiles, as police confirms first civilian death from torture in liberated Balakliia in Kharkiv Oblast, as Putin rejected peace deal with Ukraine recommended by his aide in February, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 203rd day of Putin's war crimes
14 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 September 2022: Ukraine’s officials claim to have discovered ‘torture chamber’ used by Russian troops, as Ukraine has liberated about 388 Kharkiv settlements since 6 September, as Russian missile strikes targeted hydraulic structures in Kryvyi Rih, causing river level to rise, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 203rd day of Putin's war crimes
14 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 203rd day of Putin's war crimes: 14 September 2022: Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelenskyy visits the recaptured town of Izyum after Ukrainian troops expelled Russian troops from swaths of territory, asHoda Abdel-Hamid, reporting from Kharkiv says the loss of Izyum will be a 'huge blow' to Russia, as Putin regime says Ukraine’s NATO ambitions remain a threat to Russia, without explaining why, as UK backs Ukraine’s claim it downed Iran-made drone used by Russia, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 203rd day of Putin's war crimes
14 September 2022 France24 reports on the 203rd day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 14 September 2022: Ukrainian president Zelensky visited the east Ukraine city of Izium, one of the largest cities recently recaptured from Russia by Ukrainian army in a lightning counter-offensive, as Russian forces launched eight cruise missiles against the southern Ukrainian city of Kryvyi Rih, aiming to disrupt water supplies, as Ukraine welcomes report on international security guarantees rejected by Moscow regime, as a petition calling for Putin to resign has been circulating in Russia since Monday, with dozens of local politicians risking prison sentences to sign it, according to France24’s live coverage of the day’s events
15 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 September 2022: EU prolongs sanctions against 1206 Russian individuals, 108 entities for further six months, as in Kryvyi Rih flooding dam blown up at night to lower water level, as Russian troops have already injured 750 children in Ukraine, as two civilians killed in Donetsk region over past day, as Russia’s military death toll in Ukraine rises to 53,850, dying for fascist Putin, as Russian troops attack Dnipropetrovsk region with Grad MLRS, kamikaze drone, as Ukraine’s anti-aircraft units down four Russian warplanes on Wednesday, as authorities urge citizens to evacuate deoccupied areas in Kherson region amid Russian shelling, as president Zelensky addresses invaders in Russian, explaining why Ukraine set to win, as Ukraine Army downs Russian bomber, hits 11 tanks in southern war zone, as Republican leader in USA Senate calls on Biden to send long-range ATACMS missiles, large drones and tanks, to Ukraine, as EU's Borrell says forcible deportation of Ukrainians to Russia 'war crime', as part of Kryvyi Rih residents being evacuated after river floods city streets due to Russian strike on dam, as male population almost extinct in occupied Horlivka due to forcible mobilization by Russia, as IAEA demands that Russia withdraw troops from Zaporizhia NPP, as all EU countries should send military equipment to Ukraine according to EU Commission, as Ukraine needs effective air defense and anti-missile defense, but there are not too many countries in the world that can help Ukraine protect its sky according to president Zelensky, as first monkeypox case confirmed in Ukraine, as Russian missiles hit infrastructure in Kirovohrad region, as food prices in Ukraine go up 25% on average, as Russians launch missile attack on hydraulic facility in Kryvyi Rih again, as in the south Ukraine’s Armed Forces perform more than 140 fire missions over past day, as General Staff shows equipment Russians abandon while retreating from Kharkiv region, as Vitaliy Kim, the head of the Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration, exlains when Mykolaiv ports will be able to join ‘grain deal’, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 204th day of Putin's war crimes
15 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 September 2022: The USA is reluctant to provide Ukrainian forces with long-range Army Tactical Missile Systems ATACMS, which Ukraine has been 'requesting for months' according to CNN, after Russia threatened USA 'to react' if it provides Ukraine with long-range weapons, as Russia launches missiles at Kirovohrad Oblast, as fleeing Russian troops ruined energy facility, leaving 5,000 residents of Balakliia without gas, as Ukraine reports 'destroying' Russian military base in Nova Kakhovka, Kherson Oblast, as explosions reported in Russian-occupied Melitopol, as European Parliament approves 5 billion euro loan to Ukraine, as city council reports protests in Russian-occupied Mariupol due to lack of electricity, water supply, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 204th day of Putin's war crimes
15 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 15 September 2022: Kryvyi Rih - largest city in central Ukraine with an estimated population of 650,000 citizens - is struggling to contain damage to its water system from Russian missile attacks after eight cruise missiles targeted the city, as Ukraine president condemns attack on civilian infrastructure that saw water overflow dam, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 204th day of Putin's war crimes
15 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 204th day of Putin's war crimes: 15 September 2022: Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelenskyy visits the recaptured town of Izyum after Ukrainian troops expelled Russian troops from swaths of territory, asHoda Abdel-Hamid, reporting from Kharkiv says the loss of Izyum will be a 'huge blow' to Russia, as Putin regime says Ukraine’s NATO ambitions remain a threat to Russia, without explaining why, as UK backs Ukraine’s claim it downed Iran-made drone used by Russia, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 204th day of Putin's war crimes
15 September 2022 France24 reports on the 204th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 15 September 2022: 'La quasi-totalité de la région de Kharkiv est libérée', tandis que Volodymyr Zelensky demande à s'adresser à l'Assemblée générale de l'ONU par vidéo, les derniers développements de la guerre en Ukraine heure par heure par France24
16 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 September 2022: 06:22 Ukrainian forces launch over 330 strikes on enemy positions on southern front Five more ships leave Ukrainian ports via ‘grain corridor’, 06:40 new mass grave discovered in Izium according to president Zelensky, 07:00 USA announces new $600M arms package for Ukraine, 07:17 Ukrainian air defense intercepts Russian Kalibr in Odesa region, 07:39 European Commission president declares if Ukraine says it needs tanks, it should receive them because 'the Ukrainians are proving that they can defend themselves if they have the right military means', 08:26 Ukrainian army repels enemy attacks near six settlements, 08:57 Russians destroy 15% of grain storage sites in Ukraine, 09:38 Russian troops open fire on Nikopol district, Kryvyi Rih district with Grad MLRS, 09:49 five civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 10:02 Russian armed aggression affects over 1,137 children in Ukraine, 10:25 Donetsk region’s Selydove struck with Russian Smerch MLRS, S-300 missile systems, two children injured, utility systems damaged in Russia’s missile attacks on Kharkiv, 10:46 five more ships leave Ukrainian ports via ‘grain corridor’, 13:41 Russians launch missile attack on Kryvyi Rih again,13:55 president Zelensky approves Ukraine-EU agreement on road freight transportation, 14:13 explosion rocks ‘LPR Prosecutor General's Office’ in Luhansk, 14:58 ten torture chambers found in liberated Kharkiv region, 17:36 Russians strike Dnipropetrovsk region with heavy artillery, casualties reported, 17:53 fifty bodies of killed civilians found in liberated territories of Kharkiv region in a week, 18:18 bodies of Ukrainian soldiers with their hands tied found in Izium , 20:41 bodies of 17 Ukrainian soldiers, 22 civilians found on first day of exhumation in Izium, 18:39 president Zelensky says Russia leaves only death and suffering, 19:00 video Ukrainian forces capture long-range rockets that enemy planned to use against Kharkiv, 20:05 liberated village of Vysokopillia in the Kherson region 80% destroyed, 20:23 Ukraine's president to address UN General Assembly via video link, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 205th day of Putin's war crimes
16 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 September 2022: Russian shelling injures 12 civilians in Kharkiv Oblast, including 2 children, as Ukraine increasingly pressuring Russian positions as counteroffensive continues, as 5 civilians killed, 6 injured in Donetsk Oblast in past 24 hours, as Russia has lost 54,050 useful idiots alias troops in Ukraine since February 24, as 5 more grain ships leave ports of Odesa Oblast, as Prosecutor General’s Office says Russia’s war has killed 384 children, injured 753 since February 24, as Russia once again hits hydraulic facilities in Kryvyi Rih with missiles, as some USA officials disappointed about sanctions' impact on Russian economy, as UN to inspect collective grave site in liberated Izium, as Ukraine's Oleh Kotenko says Russian forces might have killed more people in Izium than in Bucha, as police discover 10 'torture chambers' in liberated areas in Kharkiv Oblast, as Ukrainian air defense shoots down Russian missile over Cherkasy Oblast, as bodies of Ukrainian soldiers with tied hands found at mass burial site in liberated Izium, as General Staff said Ukrainian forces hit 4 areas with Russian troops and a strongpoint, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 205th day of Putin's war crimes
16 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 16 September 2022: Hundreds of bodies said to have been found in retaken Ukraine city, as Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy posted images today of bodies exhumed from the mass grave site discovered at Izium, condemning Russia as 'murderers' and 'torturers', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 205th day of Putin's war crimes
16 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 205th day of Putin's war crimes: 16 September 2022: Ukraine parliament’s human rights commissioner Dmytro Lubinets said more than 1,000 people had been tortured and killed in Russian-occupied areas of Kharkiv region, adding that in the coming days Ukrainian authorities would release the exact number of people found at a mass burial site in the city of Izium, as the accountable war criminal Putin tells India’s PM he wants the war in Ukraine to end 'as soon as possible', but at the same time proclaiming there were no plans to adjust Moscow’s military operations in Ukraine despite a counteroffensive, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 205th day of Putin's war crimes
16 September 2022 France24 reports on the 205th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 16 September 2022: Forcée de battre en retraite face à l’avancée des forces ukrainiennes, l’armée russe a lancé une série de frappes punitives visant plusieurs villes ukrainiennes, 'ce n’est plus de la guerre, c’est du terrorisme pur et simple', selon France24
17 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 September 2022: 13:59 Russian missiles hit Chuhuiv, 14:22 Spain sends aircraft with ammunition for large-caliber artillery to Ukraine, 14:40 Ukraine's state budget gets $1.5B grant from USA according to PM Shmyhal, 14:53 flashmob of 'solidarity bracelets' launched on social media, 15:38 Ukrainian marines destroyed dozens of enemy military equipment units over past week, 15:59 11-year-old girl injured in Russia’s missile strike on Chuhuiv dies at hospital, 16:42 graves of six family members found at mass burial site in Izium, 17:01 five explosions heard at Russian military base near Melitopo, 18:02 five civilians injured in Russia’s shelling of Kostiantynivka, 18:25 43 rescuers died since start of full-scale war in Ukraine, 18:40 photos Russian missile attack on Kramatorsk damages more than 30 houses, 19:23 Russian troops shell infrastructure of more than 30 settlements on Saturday, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 206th day of Putin's war crimes
17 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 September 2022: 1:50 am Russian forces fire 20 rounds at Sumy Oblast on September 16, 2:50 Ukraine’s Air Force downs 3 Russian missiles, 1 drone in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, 4:05 almost all bodies exhumed from mass burial site in Izium ‘show signs of violent death' according to Kharkiv Oblast governor Syniehubov, 7:00 presidant Zelensky to address UN General Assembly despite Russian opposition, after UN member states voted on 16 September with 101 states in favour, seven, including Russia, opposed, and 19 abstained, 10:29 am 2 Russian missiles hit Kharkiv overnight, 11:58 Russia bombards civilians in three Ukrainian regions overnight, kills at least two, 12:58 pm Russian warships equipped with up to 32 Kalibr missiles are combat-ready in Black Sea, 1:58 pm Russian forces shell thermal plant in Sloviansk, Donetsk Oblast, 2:30 pm Ukraine continues quiet negotiations to receive high-end USA weapons, 5:42 pm SBU says Russia's FSB officers tortured residents of newly liberated Kupiansk, Kharkiv Oblast, 6:25 pm NATO says sanctions begin to harm Russia's military industry, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 206th day of Putin's war crimes
17 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 17 September 2022: Discovery of mass grave in Izium prompts call for war crimes tribunal, as Ukrainian officials said they discovered at least 445 graves in the forest near Izium, as Czech FM says attacks by Russians on civilian population are ‘unthinkable and abhorrent’, as surviving publisher Maksim Maksimov now shows the room he was tortured at inside a police station in Izium, saying he was electrocuted and beaten at the table beside him, as an 11-year-old girl was killed and a woman injured in a Russian rocket attack on the city of Chuhuiv, as two civilians were killed on Friday after Russian shelling of the cities of Bakhmut and Sviatohirsk, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 206th day of Putin's war crimes
17 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 206th day of Putin's war crimes: 17 September 2022: USA's Institute for the Study of War ISW said Russian forces are 'likely too weak' to stop the continuing advance of Ukrainian troops along the entire Oskil river in the eastern Kharkiv region, as western sanctions start to bite Russia’s ability to make advanced weapons, as one of Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant’s four main power lines has been repaired and is once again supplying the plant with electricity from the Ukrainian grid two weeks after it went down, as Ukraine mourns one of its famous ballet dancers, Oleksandr Shapoval aged 47, who lost his life this week fighting on the front line with a memorial service in the country’s National Opera, as USA president Joe Biden says Putin would change the face of the war if he would consider the use of chemical or tactical nuclear weapons, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 206th day of Putin's war crimes
17 September 2022 France24 reports on the 206th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 18 septembre 2022: Londres affirme que l'Ukraine poursuit son offensive dans le Nord-Est, près de Kharkiv, tandis que à Izioum, des Ukrainiens découvrent des corps portant des traces de 'torture', tandis que la présidence de l'UE veut un tribunal pour crimes de guerre, tandis que l'Ukraine poursuit ses opérations offensives dans le nord-est du pays, après les forces russes ont établi une ligne défensive entre la rivière Oskil et la ville de Svatove, a indiqué samedi le renseignement militaire britannique, selon France24 - 17 September 2022: As Ukrainian officials exhumed the remains of hundreds of people buried in a forest outside Izium, they found women, children, and civilian men among the dead, some were discovered with their hands tied behind their backs or ropes around their necks, Ukrainian forces continue to cross the key Oskil River in the Kharkiv region as they try to press on in a counteroffensive targeting Russian-occupied territory
18 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 September 2022: Ukrainian troops repel Russian attacks near eight settlements, as Russia moves missiles from St Petersburg to Ukraine, as Ukraine's Podolyak says president Zelensky–Putin meeting makes no sense so far, as UK’s Ministry of Defence states Russia intensifies missile terror against Ukraine amid setbacks on frontline, as a powerful explosion rocks Kherson, as Russians fire 60 artillery, Grad MLRS shells at Nikopol district, and casualties reported, as Armed Forces of Ukraine cross Oskil River in Kharkiv region, as MFA Romania slams ex-top diplomat over spreading pro-Russian narratives on Ukraine, as official says 'almost impossible” to survive winter in war-torn settlements of Luhansk region, as Swiss parliamentarian wants all Russian banks to be disconnected from SWIFT, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 207th day of Putin's war crimes
18 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 September 2022: General Staff says Ukrainian military hits Russian strongholds, control points, air defense systems, as Georgian president condemns Russia's war crimes in Izium, calls for justice, as Ukrainian forces successfully repelled attacks near villages Vesela Dolyna and Maryinka in Donetsk Oblast, as well as near Hoptivka and Kupiansk in Kharkiv Oblast, as 2 people killed, 3 injured in Russian attack on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast according to governor Valentyn Reznichenko, as Russian forces stage shooting in Kherson to accuse Ukraine of urban warfare, as Ukrainian forces cross Oskil River, as detectives search oligarch Kolomoisky's house, as Forbes unveils that new Russian 3rd Army Corps lasts only few days in Ukraine, as Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority reports that Ukraine has exported 3.7 million metric tons of grain under UN-backed deal, as Ukraine destroys Russian helicopter, 5 drones on September 17, as Russian tank attacks civilian car in Kharkiv Oblast, killing two people, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 207th day of Putin's war crimes
18 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 18 September 2022: Kharkiv governor Oleh Syniehubov said four medics were killed and two patients injured after Russian forces fired on psychiatric hospital during evacuation, as USA general Mark Milley has cautioned that it is still unclear how Russia might react to the latest battlefield setbacks in Ukraine, calling for vigilance among USA troops during a visit to a military base in Poland aiding Ukraine’s war effort, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 207th day of Putin's war crimes
18 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 207th day of Putin's war crimes: 18 September 2022: Russia has widened its attacks on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine over the past week and is likely to target more, the UK’s defence ministry said, as the Russian army is offering $2,700 a month - as an 'incentive' for risking the life for Putin's war crimes - to replenish troops after heavy losses of troops and a series of military setbacks in Ukraine, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 207th day of Putin's war crimes
18 September 2022 France24 reports on the 206th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 18 septembre 2022: En Ukraine, les recherches continuent après la découverte de centaines de corps enterrés près d'Izioum, ville reprise aux Russes dans l'est de l'Ukraine, tandis que la présidence tchèque de l'Union européenne a appelé à la création d'un tribunal international spécial après cette découverte macabre, selon France 24 Jerusalem correspondent Gwendoline Debono - 18 September 2022: European Union calls for International War Crimes Tribunal following the discovery of Izium mass burial site, according to France24's Gulliver Cragg
19 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 September 2022: 20:40 president Zelensky shows photos of Kupiansk after Russians left behind devastation and decay, 20:01 Germany to deliver Mars II MLRS, Dingo APCs to Ukraine, 19:38 Russian command sets up training camp for convicts near Torez - General Staff, 19:18 146 bodies of victims of Russian aggression already exhumed near Izium, 15:40 photos Eleven localities in Kherson region shelled by Russia, 15:20 Ukraine loses up to 10M tonnes of potential crops, 14:52 Invaders strike Zelenodolsk community in Dnipropetrovsk region, injuring woman, 14:33 photos Russia hits Zaporizhzhia with S-300 missiles: one house destroyed, about 10 more damaged, 14:11 Russia has lost air superiority over Ukraine – British intelligence, 13:52 De-occupation, state border security: Zelensky holds meeting of Staff of Supreme Commander-in-Chief, 13:38 Self-proclaimed ‘authorities’ of Mariupol strengthening regime. Local activists detained, 13:16 No shortage threat: Ukraine has threshed wheat more than twice the annual need, 12:56 Minister Galushchenko: Russia puts world on brink of nuclear disaster to get concessions, 12:31 photos AFU destroy Russian base, military equipment in Luhansk region 12:17 Ten civilians killed in Russian strikes across Ukraine in past day, 12:03 photos Several schools, houses damaged in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 11:49 photo President Zelensky, BlackRock CEO Fink discuss public and private investments in Ukraine, 11:45 Briefing: Stabilization of the foreign exchange market, hryvnia exchange rate, work of the banking system, 11:37 Expenditures from Ukraine’s state budget general fund reached UAH 1.2T since Feb 24, 11:01 Six more vessels loaded with grain leave Ukrainian ports, 10:45 Harvest 2022 in Ukraine, 10:42 Russia’s Su-25 shot down in Kherson region, 10:34 Russia has already lost about 54,650 troops in Ukraine (+170 over the past day), 10:27 Zelensky about enemy attack on South Ukraine NPP, Russia endangers the whole world and must be stopped before it is too late, 10:11 Russian armed aggression affects over 1,149 children in Ukraine, as a total of 390 children have been killed and over 759 injured in Ukraine since the Russian invasion started, 09:57 Last night Russian troops opened fire on the industrial site of South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant (NPP). The enemy missile hit the area 300 meters away from reactors, 09:26 on September 18 six civilians were injured in mine explosions in the Kharkiv region. All of them were taken to hospital, 08:48 three civilians killed in Donetsk region over past 24 hours, 08:43 The aviation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched 21 airstrikes on enemy positions, hitting 16 areas of concentration of manpower and strongholds of the Russian forces, as well as 5 positions of air defense systems in the past 24 hours, 07:57 Russian troops hit Dnipropetrovsk region with heavy artillery, Grad MLRS, 07:44 Russian troops launched another missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 07:31 in south, Ukrainian forces strike two enemy command posts, air defense positions, 06:20 according to preliminary information, the enemy hit two infrastructure facilities, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 208th day of Putin's war crimes
19 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 September 2022: Russian forces damage infrastructure in 24 Ukrainian settlements over past day, as most bodies exhumed from mass burial site in Izium were civilians according to governor Oleh Syniehubov, as Russia shells Kryvyi Rih District in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, as Prosecutor General's Office records 34,000 Russian war crimes in Ukraine, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 208th day of Putin's war crimes
19 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 19 September 2022: Reactors not damaged after Russian strikes at nuclear power plant in southern Mykolaiv region, as Ukraine now has full control of the Luhansk region after recapturing village, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 208th day of Putin's war crimes
19 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 208th day of Putin's war crimes: 19 September 2022: Ukrainian forensic experts have so far exhumed 146 bodies, mostly civilians, at a mass burial site near the town of Izyum in eastern Ukraine and some bear signs of a violent death according to the regional governor, as USA adds cargo planes operated by Iranian airlines to export violation list over the Russian invasion of Ukraine, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 208th day of Putin's war crimes
20 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 September 2022: 06:19 Ukraine’s Air Force destroys seven enemy targets on September 19, 06:53 FM Kuleba discusses strengthening Ukraine's air defense with Republican senator, 07:13 Ukrainian IT-Army hacks website of Wagner Group, 07:47 Russian barge with military equipment and personnel sunk near Nova Kakhovka, 08:26 Ukrainian missile and artillery troops strike 16 enemy objects over past day, 08:39 enemy fired over 100 shells at Nikopol district last night, 08:57 Russia relocates submarines from Crimea due to threat of Ukrainian strikes according to British intelligence, 09:16 Ukrainian military shows liberated ghost village of Bohorodychne in Donetsk region, 09:35 Russians have already killed 391 children in Ukraine, 09:52 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 54,810, 10:17 Russians hit apartment block in Bakhmut, two people trapped under rubble, 18:20 Nuclear security zone must be immediately created at ZNPP according to IAEA chief, 18:40 two more Russian torture chambers discovered in liberated Kozacha Lopan, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 209th day of Putin's war crimes
20 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 September 2022: Ukrainian General Staff says Russia to transfer paratroopers from Syria to Ukraine, as Russian attack on Kharkiv Oblast kills 2 people according to Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Syniehubov, saying a Russian attack on the village of Hrushivka, not far from the recently liberated Kupiansk, injured nine civilians, including four children on September 20, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 209th day of Putin's war crimes
20 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 20 September 2022: White House rejects ‘sham referendums’ in occupied Ukraine, as Joe Biden is heading for the UN summit in New York 'with the wind at his back' and will deliver a firm rebuke of Russia, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 209th day of Putin's war crimes
20 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 209th day of Putin's war crimes: 20 September 2022: West condemns Russia's plans for votes in occupied Ukraine, as USA - rejecting Russia's plans to hold votes in parts of Ukraine - explains that Moscow regime may be making the move to recruit troops in those areas after suffering extensive losses on the battlefield, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 209th day of Putin's war crimes
20 September 2022 France24 reports on the 209th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 20 septembre 2022: Les séparatistes prorusses des régions du Donbass ont annoncé que les référendums d'annexion par la Russie auraient lieu du 23 au 27 septembre, selon France24 en direct
20 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 209th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 20 September 2022: Ukraine’s PM Denys Shmyhal has announced that the EU has adopted €5 billion in macro-financial assistance for Ukraine, as Ukraine’s armed forces regained control of Bilohorivka village, preparing to retake all of Luhansk province from Russian occupiers, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 209th day of Putin's war crimes
21 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 September 2022: 06:23 AFU hit column of enemy equipment near crossing in Nova Kakhovka, 06:33 Russians hit apartment blocks in Kharkiv with missiles according to mayor, 06:54 Macron, Truss agree to stay in touch to boost assistance to Ukraine, 07:21 Operational Command ‘South’ reports twelve Russian warships maneuvering in Black Sea, 07:52 Ukrainian troops hit seven enemy ammunition depots over past day, 08:20 Russians shelled Zaporizhzhia NPP at night, 08:35 invaders strike Dnipropetrovsk region with tube artillery, 08:57 Russians launch missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 09:14 Putin declares partial mobilization in Russia, 09:23 young developer of 'Quadcopter Mines Detector' from Ukraine recognized as world’s best student, 09:44 Russian death toll in Ukraine up to 55,110, 10:17 Ukraine asks Australia for more Bushmaster armored vehicles, 10:36 in Ukraine, 764 children injured amid Russian invasion, 11:01 British ambassador says on Putin’s address 'he still refuses to understand Ukraine', 15:36 demining efforts within Kharkiv region’s liberated areas to last for months, 16:34 EU preparing new sanctions against Russia over sham ‘referenda’ in Ukraine, 16:59 Russian invaders destroy upper lock of Pechenihy dam, 17:35 Parliament calls on global community not to recognize Russia’s sham ‘referenda’ in Ukraine, 17:51 five Russian missiles strike Zaporizhzhia, infrastructure facilities damaged, 18:04 explosions rock Luhansk region’s Novoaidar: Russian ammo depot reportedly hit, 18:17 another Russian torture chamber discovered in Kupyansk, 18:33 Ukrainian troops eliminate 16 Russian soldiers, two drones in south, 18:52 PM Shmyhal invites India to become one of guarantors of Ukraine's security, 19:14 Zelenska calls on UN Secretary-General to help free women, doctors from Russian captivity, 19:34 Ukraine’s Air Force launches 32 strikes on enemy positions, 19:55 infrastructure of more than 30 settlements damaged in Russian strikes today, 20:38 Russians shell village in Sumy region with mortars, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 210th day of Putin's war crimes
21 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 September 2022: Monitoring group says at least 735 anti-mobilization protestors detained in 36 Russian cities during protests on September 21, with over half of them arrested in St. Petersburg and Moscow, as USA President Biden commented on Russian dictator Vladimir Putin's recent announcement of mobilization and new nuclear threats, accusing Russia of 'extremely significant' violations of the UN charter, as Russia's recent attack on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast kills 1 person, injures 2, as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told Reuters that 'nuclear war should never be fought', adding that 'it will have unprecedented consequences for Russia', as Russia attacks Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with missiles, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 210th day of Putin's war crimes
21 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 21 September 2022: As protests break out in Russia against Putin's mobilisation orders, more than 200 people have already been arrested at demonstrations across Russia against Vladimir Putin’s partial mobilisation of Russian citizens, as in his speech to the UN general assembly, USA's Joe Biden accused Russia of 'shamelessly' violating the core tenets of UN membership by invading Ukraine and said Moscow was making 'irresponsible' threats to use nuclear weapons, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 210th day of Putin's war crimes
21 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 210th day of Putin's war crimes: 21 September 2022: Protests break out over mobilisation in Russia, as the independent OVD-Info protest monitoring group told Reuters news agency it was aware of detentions in at least 15 different cities, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 210th day of Putin's war crimes
21 September 2022 France24 reports on the 210th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 21 September 2022: Le président russe Vladimir Poutine a mobilisé mercredi des centaines de milliers de réservistes pour relancer son offensive en Ukraine, se disant prêt à utiliser contre l'Occident 'tous les moyens' de son arsenal, y compris nucléaires, selon France24
22 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 September 2022: 8:30 pm Russians attack Ochakiv, Kryvyi Rih with Iranian drones, 7:30 pm Putin gives directions to generals in the field himself, hinting at a 'dysfunctional command structure', 6:52 pm unexploded landmines wound 8 in Kharkiv Oblast as a 67-year-old resident of the village of Hrakove and a 52-year-old resident of the village of Chkalovske are among the wounded, 5:10 pm SBU reports that Russia's proxies in Donetsk Oblast plan to involve teenagers in 'voting' on joining Russia, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 211th day of Putin's war crimes
22 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 September 2022: UK’s ministry of defence casts doubt on effectiveness of deploying conscripts as Russian cities see largest anti-war protests since start of Putin regime's invasion in February, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 211th day of Putin's war crimes
22 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 211th day of Putin's war crimes: 22 September 2022: Russia must face 'just punishment' over its invasion of Ukraine, president Volodymyr Zelensky has told the UN General Assembly in New York, calling for the creation of a special war tribunal and detailing alleged war crimes by Russia, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 211th day of Putin's war crimes
22 September 2022 France24 reports on the 211th day of Putin's war crimes with updates: 22 September 2022: 01:30am: Ukraine, Russia carried out an unexpected prisoner swap, the largest since the war began and involving almost 300 people, including 10 foreigners and the commanders who led a prolonged Ukrainian defence of Mariupol earlier this year, , 03:09am: G7 countries agree on unity in Ukraine support until it triumphs against Russia, 03:42am: British PM Liz Truss vowed before the UN to keep up military aid to war-ravaged Ukraine until it triumphs against Russia, 04:07am: EU ministers agree to prepare new sanctions targeting Russia hours after Putin ordered the mobilisation of 300,000 reservists, according to France24 live
23 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 September 2022: 1:36 president Zelensky any company currently operating in Russia indirectly helps evil, 06:28 two enemy command posts, ammo depot destroyed in southern Ukraine , 06:52 Yermak, USA House of Representatives Committee members discuss situation on battlefield, 07:25 over 200 businesses relocated to Lviv region, most of them already working, 08:14 enemy launched four missile strikes, 27 air strikes on Ukraine over past day, 08:33 seven houses damaged in Russia’s shelling of Zaporizhzhia last nigh, 08:40 Russian invaders kill seven civilians in Donetsk region, 08:57 Dnipropetrovsk region struck with Grad MLRS and heavy artillery, casualties reported, 09:14 Air Force of Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed seven drones in past day, 09:30 Russians strike Slovyansk, 09:53 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 56,060, 10:15 Russians have injured 771 children in Ukraine, 10:31 British Ambassador condemns Russia’s sham referenda, 10:57 Azov commanders reportedly exchanged in Turkey after Medvedchuk transferred to Russia, 11:13 Eleven civilians killed, 44 injured in Russian strikes in past day, 15:16 eight civilians killed in enemy shelling in Dnipropetrovsk region over past week, 15:32 Ukraine lost 9,000 defenders in war with Russia according to Defense Ministry, 16:36 Russian invaders attack Odesa with three kamikaze drones, killing one civilian, 17:05 Ukraine’s Armed Forces liberate Yatskivka in Donetsk region, regain positions near Bakhmut, 17:37 UN commission confirms executions by Russian military in Bucha, 18:31 exhumation in Izium forest near completion, three more mass burial sites discovered, 18:54 Ukrainian anti-aircraft gunners down Russia’s Mi-8 helicopter, 19:06 over 40 houses damaged as Russians strike Mykolaiv with Smerch MLRS, S-300 missiles, 19:42 western MLRS, artillery played decisive role in Ukraine Army’s counteroffensive president Zelensky says, 20:21 Ukraine Army repels attacks in two directions, enemy bases and ammo depots destroyed, 20:34 Ukrainian military down Russia’s Su-25, six Shahed-136 suicide drones, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes
23 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 September 2022: Russia plans to mobilize 1.2 million conscripts for war against Ukraine, as Russian torture chambers survivor reports 'every inch of me was in agony', as president Zelensky rebukes Israel for 'zero' military support, slams China's 'ambiguous' position on war, as Russia attacks Odesa with Iranian kamikaze drones, kills 1 civilian, as people rally against sham referendum in occupied Snihurivka, Mykolaiv Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes
23 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 September 2022: Russians flee country to avoid military draft, as queues seen at Russia’s land borders and flights sell out as Moscow begins drafting citizens into army to fight in Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes
23 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes: 23 September 2022: Ukraine 'referendums' with Putin' soldiers going door-to-door for votes in sham polls, as one woman in Enerhodar told the BBC 'You have to answer verbally and the soldier marks the answer on the sheet and keeps it', as in southern Kherson, Russian guardsmen stood with a ballot box in the middle of the city to collect people's votes, as the door-to-door voting is for 'security' according to Russian state media, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes
23 September 2022 France24 reports on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes: 23 September 2022: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday urged a probe into the 'catalog of cruelty' in Ukraine's war as he opened a Security Council meeting with the top Russian and USA diplomats, as reports from the UN rights body show 'a catalog of cruelty - summary executions, sexual violence, torture and other inhumane and degrading treatment against civilians and prisoners of war', France24's Jessica Le Masurier reports from New York
23 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 212th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 23 September 2022: Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak has denounced the Moscow-orchestrated votes taking place in occupied regions of Ukraine on whether they should formally join Russia as illegal, a foregone conclusion in favour of annexation, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes
24 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 September 2022: 06:00 Casualties reported after Russian missile hits residential building in Zaporizhia, 06:25 USA to never recognize Russian annexation of Ukrainian territories, 06:50 EU’s Michel proposes suspending Russia’s UNSC permanent membership, 07:15 Ukraine launches 20 air, 300 artillery strikes on enemy forces in country’s south, 07:40 Russian propaganda losing influence worldwide president Zelensky says, 08:05 Polling stations for sham referenda opened for Ukrainians deported to Russia’s Sakhalin, 08:34 Ukraine repels Russian attacks near ten settlements according to General Staff, 08:55 'Russian world' supporters detained in Dontesk region for tracking Ukrainian military equipment, 09:18 Ukrainian forces kill about 56,300 Russian aggressors over seven months of war according to General Staff, 09:38 Ukrainian air defense forces down missile over Zaporizhzhia, 10:00 Number of children injured by Russian troops in Ukraine grows to 773, 16:52 vote or lose your job and salary: Conditions of pseudo-referendum in Mariupol, 17:15 Zelenska speaks in New York about condition of Ukrainian cultural sites amid Russian aggression, 17:35 president Zelensky says, 500 Russian fighters, military equipment currently stationed at ZNPP, 17:53 Iran planning 'proportional' response to Ukraine reducing ties, 18:20 safer for Russians to protest mobilization to get behind bars than to die in Ukraine, Zelensky believes, 18:40 Kyiv slams Tehran over drones supplied to Russia, 19:00 Zelensky 'shocked' by Israel's refusal to give Ukraine air defense systems, 19:20 Zelensky says it’s not agreement that works with Russia, it’s force, 19:40 Putin signs law on sentencing Russians for desertion, surrender on battlefield, 20:00 Ukraine repels enemy attacks near eight settlements, 20:20 president Zelensky would like China to help stop Russian aggression, 20:40 French MPs call for probe into Russian funding of country’s parties, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 213th day of Putin's war crimes
24 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 September 2022: 8:02pm Ukrainian forces have recently shot down two Russian Su-30 jets, one Su-25 and one Su-34, the General Staff says, 7:44pm Urainian General Staff says Ukraine repels Russia’s attacks near 8 settlements, 5:41pm Estonia submits ICJ declaration denouncing Russian genocide in Ukraine, 3:40pm president Zelensky says around 50 Ukrainian soldiers killed in action every day, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 213th day of Putin's war crimes
24 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 September 2022: Europe urged to accept Russians fleeing military draft as border crossings surge, as border crossings from Russia to Finland have doubled, and as queue to enter Georgia reported to be 10km long, and as Russian troops refusing to fight now face 10 years in prison, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 213th day of Putin's war crimes
24 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 212th day of Putin's war crimes: 24 September 2022: 13:19 Russia-Finland border crossings double, says regional mayor, 13:38 Russian commanders 'concerned' over setbacks, 14:30 people are afraid to go outside, Kherson resident reports, 14:45 Ukraine will never accept Russian annexation, MP for Odesa Oleksiy Goncharenko says, 15:16 Russia fires highest-ranking logistics general, 15:34 Russian soldiers refusing to fight now face 10 years in prison, 16:58 'fighting between Russian conscripts and police' reported, 17:15 anti-mobilisation protests 'take place across Russia', the British 'BBC' reports with live updates on the 213th day of Putin's war crimes
24 September 2022 France24 reports on the 213th day of Putin's war crimes: 24 September 2022: 6:28 USA President Biden vows swift, severe costs if Russia annexes Ukraine regions in 'sham' referendums, 11:40 Russian missile hits residential building in Zaporizhzhia causing casualties, 3:10pm videos circulating showing ballot boxes being taken home by armed men in the Luhansk region, 3:59pm Russia toughens penalty for voluntary surrender, refusal to fight, 6:27pm over 700 people detained in anti-mobilisation protests across Russia at protests against partial mobilisation ordered this week by dictator Putin, according to the independent monitoring group OVD-Info, France24 reports
25 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 September 2022: 09:28 Houses, educational institutions, hospital damaged in Russia’s missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 09:44 Russia may forcibly mobilize Ukrainian POWs, 10:02 Mykolaiv, Ochakiv struck with Russian missiles last night, 10:20 Ukraine Army eliminates about 56,700 enemy troops, 10:45 in Russia’s drone attack on Odesa residential houses damaged slightly, 11:07 Ukrainian military shoot down Russia’s Su-25, Su-30, 11:38 Defense forces keep control of Ukrainian-Belarusian border to prevent provocations, 12:16 dozens of explosions and strikes in Russian shelling of Sumy and Chernihiv regions, 11:59 six civilians injured in Russia’s shelling of Sviatohirsk, 12:38 Azovstal defender released from captivity gives birth to girl, 12:50 explosions ring out in Melitopol, Berdiansk, 13:25 missiles, drones, artillery, as Russians hit eight Ukrainian regions in past day, 13:43 marines destroy two more mortars, howitzer, warehouse of Russian armored vehicles, 13:56 seven more ships with agricultural products leave Ukrainian ports, 14:17 in the bushes and at gunpoint, as invaders holding pseudo-referendum in Luhansk region, 16:41 Russians forcing Ukrainian POWs to vote in pseudo-referendum in Donetsk region, 17:02 Russia may use mobilization to reinforce its National Guard, UK Ministry of Defense says, 17:20 Russia exported $158B worth of energy resources over six months of war, 17:42 G7 concerned about government's interference in management of GTSOU and Ukrenergo, 18:00 former MP Zhuravko killed in Kherson according to deputy head of regional council, 18:14 another explosion rocks Melitopol, 18:48 Ukrainian forces destroy two enemy ammo depots, command post in Kherson region, 19:10 Israel to provide treatment to 20 Ukrainian soldiers, ambassador says, 19:42 Ukraine’s Air Force destroys Russian Mi-8, Su-25, 19:54 Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near seven settlements, 20:21 about 100,000 civilians already left dangerous, recently de-occupied territories, 20:37 Ukraine receives NASAMS from USA, according to Ukrainian president Zelensky, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 214th day of Putin's war crimes
25 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 September 2022: 1:43 pm Ukrainian Air Force destroys 8 Russian/Iranian combat drones on September 25, 2:28 pm Russia to ban men of conscription age from leaving country on September 28, 5:01 pm Russian-installed proxies in Crimea say Moscow completed mobilization in occupied peninsula, 5:18 Russia keeps 2,500 Ukrainian POWs, 6:31 pm Ukraine downs Iranian kamikaze drone near Mykolaiv, 7:13 pm Putin regime's mobilization sparks protests in Russia's Dagestan, as protests were held in Makhachkala, the capital of Dagestan in the North Caucasus, and other locations, 7:47 pm president Zelensky says Ukraine receives NASAMS missiles from USA, but added, however, that the NASAMS air defense systems were not enough to protect civilian infrastructure, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 214th day of Putin's war crimes
25 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 September 2022: More than 2,000 people detained during protests in Russia, says human rights group, as queues building at Mongolian-Russian border after mobilisation order, and after more than 3,000 Russians had entered Mongolia via the crossing since Wednesday when queues of people holding Russian passports were also seen outside the immigration counter for the border crossing, following military's call-up to fill regime's army with hundreds of thousands of men after a string of setbacks and heavy losses of soldiers in its seven-month war with Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 214th day of Putin's war crimes - 25 September 2022: Reports suggest local population in occupied areas has overwhelmingly boycotted Kremlin’s referendum, according to Luke Harding in Kharkiv
25 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 214th day of Putin's war crimes: 25 September 2022: Hundreds of people have been arrested by authorities as protests against Russia's new 'partial mobilisation' continue across the country, as OVD-Info said 724 people were detained across 32 different cities on Saturday, the British 'BBC' reports on the 214th day of Putin's war crimes
25 September 2022 France24 reports on the 214th day of Putin's war crimes: 25 septembre 2022: Le régime russe a promis de réparer les 'erreurs' commises dans le cadre de la mobilisation décrétée par Poutine, la convocation de personnes censées être exemptées - notamment des malades et des retraités ayant suscité un tollé, selon France24 heure par heure - 25 September 2022: Nearly three-quarters of countries in the UN General Assembly voted to reprimand Russia and demand it withdraw its troops shortly after the February 24 invasion that Russia calls a special military operation. Russia’s top two lawmakers voice concern over Ukraine mobilisation 'excesses', as regime vows changes in troop mobilisation after old, sick people called up for Putin's war, as ships depart Ukrainian ports after UN-brokered agriculture deal, France24 reports with live updates
26 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 September 2022: 08:16 Russians launch missile attack on Zaporizhzhia city, village nearby, 08:35 invaders kill three more residents of Donetsk region, 15:10 in the village of Kozacha Lopan, Kharkiv region, Russian invaders opened fire on people who were waiting for the delivery of humanitarian aid, injuring two, 16:47 Russian troops launch missile attack on Pervomaiskyi in Kharkiv region, 17:32 war in Ukraine will have greater impact on world economy according to OECD, 18:36 death toll in Russia’s missile strike on Kharkiv region’s Pervomaiskyi rises to four, 19:13 Denmark creates project to document Russian war crimes in Ukraine, 19:58 Ukraine Air Force strikes 13 enemy personnel and military equipment clusters according to General Staff, 20:19 four civilians injured in Russia’s shelling of Kramatorsk, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 215th day of Putin's war crimes
26 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 September 2022: 10:08 Russian forces have killed 3 civilians and injured 11 in Donetsk Oblast, not including Mariupol and Volnovakha, and also shelled Kharkiv Oblast, wounding 6 civilians, 1:18pm Kazakhstan won't recognize Russia's pseudo-referendums in Ukraine, 4:23pm Russian troops launched a missile attack on civilian infrastructure in Pervomaiskyi, killing a 15-year-old girl, 5:59pm Melitopol residents forced to vote in ‘referendum’ for absent relatives, neighbors. mayor says, 6:39pm Russian air strike kills 7 people in Pervomaiskyi, Kharkiv Oblast, 8:35pm Russian air strike wounds 4 people in Kramatorsk, Donetsk Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 215th day of Putin's war crimes
26 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 September 2022: Ukraine’s armed forces general staff has claimed some Russian conscripts from the Kremlin’s mass mobilisation are being sent directly to the frontlines in Ukraine without training, as UK sanctions Russians linked to 'sham referendums’, as Kremlin says no decision made on closing Russian borders as people queue to leave country, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 215th day of Putin's war crimes
26 September 2022 France24 reports on the 215th day of Putin's war crimes: 26 septembre 2022: 9h28 Evguéni Prigojine, un homme d'affaires proche du Kremlin, a reconnu avoir fondé en 2014 le groupe paramilitaire Wagner pour combattre en Ukraine et reconnu sa présence notamment en Afrique et en Amérique latine, 12h22 la Bourse de Moscou plonge de 10%, à son plus bas depuis l'offensive contre l'Ukraine, 15h13 l'Ukraine a dit enquêter sur une fosse commune présumée située dans le nord-est, proche de la frontière avec la Russie, dix jours après avoir découvert plus de 440 tombes et une fosse commune près d'Izioum dans la même région, selon France24 heure par heure
27 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 September 2022: 20:15 Armed Forces of Ukraine hit five enemy command posts with missiles, 19:56 FM Kuleba says Ukraine, France take step forward in new Caesar self-propelled howitzer deliveries, after meeting with French minister Catherine Colonna in Kyiv, 19:33 IMF could start new cooperation program with Ukraine next year, 19:12 president Zelensky meets with French FM, calls for new sanctions against Russia, 18:53 Russians strike Slovyansk again, damaging houses, 18:31 Ukraine completely bans export of goods to Russia, 18:22 MEPs condemn Russia’s sham referenda in Ukraine, 17:58 Russian Buk-M3 deployment point, personnel and equipment clusters struck in southern Ukraine, 17:34 Ukrinform listed among top quality media outlets in IMI’s rating, 16:51 Russia’s Su-25 shot down in Kherson region, 15:57 454 settlements liberated from Russian invaders in Kharkiv region, 14:59 Russian aggression in Ukraine killed 5,996 civilians, including 382 children according to UN, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 216th day of Putin's war crimes
27 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 September 2022: 7:57pm General Staff says Russian troops use drones over 50 times within 24 hours, including the Iranian Shahed-136 to 'conduct reconnaissance, adjust fire and strike civil infrastructure'. Meanwhile, Ukrainian forces had recently repelled Russian attempts to advance in Donetsk Oblast near 10 settlements, including Soledar, Bakhmut, and Kamianka, 5:58pm droughts, Russia’s war in Ukraine reduce world grain stocks to 10-year low, and by the end of the 2022/23 crop year the world will face the most significant grain shortage in a decade due to droughts in key agricultural regions and disruption of grain export from Ukraine, Reuters reported, 4:24pm European countries may import almost 40% more liquefied gas in the coming winter year over year and increase purchases next summer by about 14% to rebuild lost inventories, according to BloombergNEF saying Europe is ready for winter without Russian gas, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 216th day of Putin's war crimes
27 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 September 2022: Nato denounces 'referendums' in occupied Ukrainian territories as 'sham' and 'violation of international law', as Sweden launches sabotage investigation following reported explosions near Nord Stream pipelines, after Swedish seismologists said blasts detected near gas pipelines are leaking into Baltic sea, as Norway to tighten security at oil and gas installations in Baltic Sea, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 216th day of Putin's war crimes
27 September 2022 France24 reports on the 216th day of Putin's war crimes: 27 septembre 2022: L'UE a annoncé qu'elle allait sanctionner les organisateurs des scrutins dénoncés par la communauté internationale, les derniers développements de la guerre en Ukraine, selon France24 heure par heure - 27 septembre 2022: 06:49am Kremlin proxies in Ukraine hold last day of discredited referendums, 9:18am Kazakhstan to ensure safety of Russians fleeing Putin's draft, 9:22am Russia's Medvedev warns West that nuclear threat 'is not a bluff', 11:30am Russians arriving daily in Georgia double since draft, minister says, 12:15am USA Congress negotiators set nearly $12 bln in new Ukraine aid, France24 reports with live updates
28 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 September 2022: 20:38 damage caused by war already exceeds Ukraine’s GDP by 1.6 times PM Shmyhal says, 20:13 aid to Ukraine must be enhanced in response to sham referenda, president Zelensky says in phone conversation with UK's PM Truss, 19:56 Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near 11 settlements, 19:23 EU disburses EUR 500M of budget support to Ukraine, 18:26 European Commission proposes new package of sanctions against Russia, 18:08 Zelensky presents awards to 144 Interior Ministry’s service members, 27 of them posthumously, 17:55 Verkhovna Rada Chair, president of National Assembly of France visit Chernihiv region, 17:34 Zelensky thanks Erdogan for his non-recognition of sham referenda, 17:18 Austria does not recognise sham referenda, annexation of Ukrainian territories, 16:53 woman’s body recovered from rubble in Donetsk region, 16:37 Russians have issued at least 1,500 draft notices to Crimean Tatars, 16:14 Armed Forces of Ukraine stop enemy sabotage group in Southern Buh direction, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 217th day of Putin's war crimes
28 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 September 2022: 8:42 pm AP says USA will give Ukraine 18 more HIMARS, 7:50 pm General Staff says Ukraine repels Russia’s attacks near 11 settlements, 7:31 pm Ukraine liberates Novoselivka village in Donetsk Oblast, 4:54 pm German newspaper reports that damage to Nord Stream gas pipelines likely irreparable after leaks, 12:41 pm Russian attacks on Ukraine kill 5 people in Donetsk Oblast, 11:23 UK intelligence reports Ukraine making steady advances in country's northeast, 10:35 'Politico' reports USA ups intelligence, surveillance measures in response to Russian nuclear threats, 10:27 am Russian missile strikes school in Donetsk Oblast, 9:34 am General Staff says Russia has lost 58,150 troops in Ukraine since February 24, Tuesday 27 September 27 11:58 pm Ukraine shoots down 2 Russian missiles above Odesa, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 217th day of Putin's war crimes
28 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 September 2022: Putin regime says it will fulfil ‘aspirations’ to annex occupied regions, saying action will be taken soon to meet the 'aspirations” of four occupied Ukrainian regions to become part of Russia', after Russian-installed leaders of Luhansk and Kherson ask for territories to be annexed, as new EU sanctions designed to ‘make Kremlin pay’, as UK's PM Truss tells Zelenskiy that UK will never recognise annexation of occupied regions, as USA's embassy in Moscow has issued a security alert urging dual Russian-USA nationals to leave Russia immediatelyv because they may be called up as part of the Russian government’s mobilisation in support of its invasion of Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 217th day of Putin's war crimes
28 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 217th day of Putin's war crimes: 28 September 2022: 13:45 Ukraine to continue counter-offensive after referendums, 14:02 the speed with which referendums have been held in occupied Ukraine, the partial mobilisation and recent nuclear rhetoric are signs of 'panic' in Moscow, a Western official has claimed, the British 'BBC' reports on the 217th day of Putin's war crimes
28 September 2022 France24 reports on the 217th day of Putin's war crimes: 28 septembre 2022: 08:249am l'UE considère les référendums d'annexion comme des scrutins 'illégaux' aux résultats 'manipulés', 11:10 des frappes russes provoquent une importante panne d'électricité à Kharkiv, 11:38 les dirigeants prorusses de Louhansk et Kherson demandent l'annexion à Vladimir Poutine, 13:01 la Russie ne délivrera plus de passeports aux personnes mobilisées, selon France24 heure par heure
28 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 212th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 28 September 2022: 11:55 Russians flee to neighbouring countries amid mobilisation, after over 194,000 Russians - some pushing their bicycle - have already fled to Finland, Georgia and Kazakhstan since Putin’s call to fight in his criminal Ukraine war, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 217th day of Putin's war crimes
29 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 September 2022: 06:27 ten enemy personnel and military equipment clusters struck in southern Ukraine, 06:58 Ukraine, Sweden discuss enhanced cooperation in nuclear power sector, 07:26 Ukraine, Finland agree to exchange nuclear safety information, 08:07 Ukraine Army destroys three enemy S-300 missile systems in Zaporizhzhia direction, 08:27 Russians launch missile strikes on Dnipro’s residential areas, child killed, 08:44 Mykolaiv struck with Russian missiles last night, civilian objects damaged, 08:57 six civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 09:18 Russians kill 396 children in Ukraine since war-start, 09:41 General Staff shows footage of Ukrainian recruits in training on British soil, 10:00 Russian military death toll in Ukraine climbs to 58,500, 10:26 thirteen people injured as Russian Uragan MLR systems shell Kryvyi Rih district, 10:36 Babyn Yar tragedy repeats after 81 years, in Europe’s center,Ukraine PM says, 10:45 announcement of 'Gardens for Victory' grant competition for communities, 15:39 Zelensky, Duda discuss global response to Russia's actions, 16:00 Russia's annexation of Ukrainian territory won't change anything on battlefield - official, 16:16 Zelensky calls urgent meeting of National Security and Defense Council for September 30, 16:37 Ukrainian forces down Russian drone in Sumy region, 17:26 active front line is 850km long General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces says, 17:37 Russians use S-300 missiles to attack Kramatorsk, 17:58 Ukrainian president, head of French National Assembly discuss Russia's pseudo-referendums, 18:28 Ukraine Army to receive further support from NATO, 18:46 two Russian Su-25 aircraft shot down in Mykolaiv region, 19:02 public transport stop in Mykolaiv hit with cluster munitions, casualties reported, 19:25 fifteen Russian missiles fired at Ukraine’s civil and urban infrastructure this week, 19:39 two people killed, 12 injured with Russian cluster munitions in Mykolaiv, 20:12 Ukraine Army repels enemy attacks near 11 settlements according to General Staff, 20:30 death toll in Russia’s shelling of public transport stop in Mykolaiv rises to three, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 218th day of Putin's war crimes
29 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 September 2022: 7:04pm Ukraine's General Staff says Russia has conscripted 100,000 people since September 21, 5:56pm Russian dictator Putin’s approval rating fell after mobilization began, dropping from 83% in August to 77% in September, 5:10pm Russia sends newly mobilized conscripts from annexed Crimea to fight in Kherson Oblast, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 218th day of Putin's war crimes
29 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 September 2022: Ukrainian forces have secured all of Kupiansk and driven Russian troops from their remaining positions on the east bank of the river that divides the northeastern Ukrainian city, as UN chief warns Putin that annexing Ukraine territory is a ‘dangerous escalation’ with ‘no legal value’, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 218th day of Putin's war crimes
29 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 218th day of Putin's war crimes: 29 September 2022: Russia to formally annex four more areas of Ukraine, as the so-called votes were held in Luhansk and Donetsk in the east, and in Zaporizhzhia and Kherson in the south, and as the event echoes Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, which also followed a discredited referendum, the British 'BBC' reports on the 218th day of Putin's war crimes
29 September 2022 France24 reports on the 218th day of Putin's war crimes: 29 septembre 2022: 6h06 l'importance de l'Otan en tant qu'acteur de sécurité a fait en un bond de 11 points en un an dans la perception des opinions publiques de 14 pays européens et nord-américains, 7h47 une quatrième fuite identifiée en mer Baltique au-dessus des gazoducs Nord Stream visés par un sabotage présumé, a-t-on appris auprès des garde-côtes suédois, selon France24 heure par heure
30 September 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 September 2022: 06:14 Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminate over 40 Russian soldiers, four tanks in south, 06:30 Putin recognizes ‘independence’ of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, Russian media say, 06:50 air defense units down five out of seven enemy drones in southern Ukraine, 07:11 Russian missile hits apartment block in Mykolaiv, people trapped under rubble, 07:33 in Russian Dnipro attack one killed, at least two were injured, 07:57 residents of several dorms in Kherson evicted to accommodate Russian soldiers, 08:21 Pentagon to set up new command to support Ukraine, 08:34 transport company in Dnipro destroyed with Russian Iskander missile, 08:56 enemy hits humanitarian convoy in Zaporizhzhia region, casualties reported, 09:14 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 59,080, 09:24 Russian invaders kill 397 children in Ukraine, 09:47 British intelligence says medical provision for Russian troops in Ukraine growing worse, 10:15 at least 23 people killed, 28 injured in Russian attack on humanitarian convoy in Zaporizhzhia, 10:34 British defense minister paid secret visit to Kyiv this week, 17:00 Russia to 'simply choke' on new chunks of territory according to FM Kuleba, 17:10 Ukraine filing application to join NATO president Zelensky says, 17:20 Russia loses European gas market according to expert, 17:40 CoE leaders condemn illegal annexation of occupied territories of Ukraine, 18:00 China’s current stance on Russian war more beneficial to Ukraine FM Kuleba says, 18:20 Russia will have to ask Ukraine to allow troops out of 'Lyman cauldron' advisor to Zelensky's office chief says, 18:38 president Zelensky says Ukraine ready for a dialogue with Russia but with another president, 18:50 in the attack on humanitarian convoy in Zaporizhzhia Russia killed 26 people, injured 85 more, 19:15 USA, UK impose new sanctions on Russia, 19:21 the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR is working with the government and oblast authorities to repair and insulate damaged homes of Ukrainians before the winter comes, 19:52 USA presient Biden says his administration condemns Russia’s attempt to annex Ukrainian territory, 20:15 Armed Forces of Ukraine hit six enemy command posts, 20:34 president Zelensky discusses further support for Ukraine with Japan’s PM Kishida, 20:55 Stoltenberg says NATO remains resolute in providing support to Ukraine, 21:06 death toll in Russian missile strike on humanitarian convoy in Zaporizhzhia rises to 30, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 219th day of Putin's war crimes
30 September 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 September 2022: 6:35 pm Russian missile attack on Dnipro kills 3 people, 09:10 pm G7 foreign ministers of the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the UK, Japan, and the EU High Representative said they will 'never recognize these purported annexations, nor the sham ‘referenda’ conducted at gunpoint' reports CNN. The joint statement said new economic costs will be imposed on those who provide 'political or economic support' to Russia’s recent actions, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 219th day of Putin's war crimes
30 September 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 September 2022: Kyiv applies for Nato membership, as president Zelenskiy makes the announcement hours after Russia declares annexation of Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk and Luhansk, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 219th day of Putin's war crimes
30 September 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 219th day of Putin's war crimes: 30 September 2022: Putin is not yet planning to visit the four Ukrainian regions he formally annexed on Friday, while spokesman Dmitry Peskov gave a vague response saying 'not yet, there is a lot of work to be done but over time it will certainly happen', the British 'BBC' reports on the 219th day of Putin's war crimes
30 September 2022 France24 reports on the 219th day of Putin's war crimes: 29 septembre 2022: 16h07 l'Ukraine va demander formellement son 'adhésion accélérée à l'Otan', selon France24 heure par heure
30 September 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 219th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 30 September 2022: Ukraine is submitting an 'accelerated' application to join NATO, president Volodymyr Zelenskyy says, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 219th day of Putin's war crimes
1 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 October 2022: 09:14 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 59,080, 09:24 Russian invaders kill 397 children in Ukraine, 10:58 missile strike on Mykolaiv, as rescuers save all people trapped under rubble of apartment block, 11:48 Zelensky calls on Switzerland to block Russian assets, 12:42 use of S-300s against ground targets shows Russia sees precision missile shortage, British intelligence says, 14:04 air battle reported over Mariupol district, 14:21 Ukraine’s cooperation with NATO in defense already deeper than for some of Allies according to defense minister Reznikov, 14:37 another 11 ships carrying agri products depart from Ukrainian seaports, 15:00 Ukrainians fighting for what’s true for any people on Earth, president Zelensky says, 15:17 annexation attempts will in no way affect Ukraine's resolve to liberate all its territories, adviser Podolyak says, 15:31 USA law on lend-lease for Ukraine comes into force, 16:02 Russians shoot civilian cars near Kupiansk, 10 children among those killed, 16:18 Russia must immediately release ZNPP director general, 16:46 Ukrainian president’s Office responds to Russia's desire for negotiations, outlines condition, 17:17 17 more ambulance vehicles purchased through United24 platform, 17:40 Russian attack on column of civilian cars near Kupiansk, killing 24 people, including 13 children, 17:55 Czech Republic denounces Russia's theft of Ukrainian territory, 18:20 Lukashenko turns Belarus into bridgehead for Russian army, 18:40 Nord Stream pipes blown up by Russian saboteurs expert says, 19:00 liberation of Lyman to mark start of Luhansk region’s deoccupation, according to administration chief Serhiy Haidai, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes
1 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 October 2022: 7:30 pm France prepares to send 6 to 12 Caesar howitzers to Ukraine, as the delivery could be taken from an order to Denmark, and as the governments of France, Ukraine, and Denmark are working on an agreement, 5:53 pm 24 civilians dead, including 13 kids, after Russia destroyed civilian convoy in Kharkiv Oblast, 5:16 pm Russia confirms defeat in Lyman, Donetsk Oblast, as Russian troops have pulled out of the strategic city, fearing encirclement, 4:57 pm Ukraine's application for NATO accession came as a surprise to president Joe Biden's administration, Politico reported, 3:21 pm at least 20 bodies found in destroyed civilian convoy in liberated Kharkiv Oblast, 1:48 pm father loses 5 family members to Russian airstrike, now saying ‘they were killed physically. I was killed mentally with them’, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes
1 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 October 2022: Russians flee Lyman as Ukrainian troops retake city a day after Putin’s illegal annexation, as Russian 'defense' (military and war) ministry says troops have withdrawn amid ‘threat of encirclement’, and as Ramzan Kadyrov, head of Russia’s region of Chechnya, said Moscow should consider using a low-yield nuclear weapon in Ukraine after a major new defeat on the battlefield, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes
1 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes: 1 October 2022: Russian troops forced out of eastern town Lyman, withdrawing its troops from the strategic Ukrainian town in a move seen as a significant setback for its campaign in the east. The retreat came amid fears thousands of soldiers would be encircled in the town, Russia's military said. Recapturing Lyman is of strategic significance for Ukraine. The town had been used as a logistics hub by Russia, and could give Ukrainian troops access to more territory in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. In other developments, UN's nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has confirmed with Moscow that Russian forces detained the chief of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, a giant facility controlled by Russian troops. The Russians were trying to force Murashov to let the nuclear power plant be handed over to Russian state nuclear agency Rosatom, according to Ukrainian officials. Further south in Ukraine, Russian firefighters are tackling a blaze at the Belbek military airbase ön the occupied Crimean peninsula, where officials say a plane skidded off a runway and caught fire, the British 'BBC' reports on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes
1 October 2022 France24 reports on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes: 1 October 2022: 5:46pm Chechnya’s Kadyrov calls for Moscow to use ‘low-yield nuclear weapon’ after loss of Lyman, 5:36pm death toll rises in attack on civilian convoy in eastern Ukraine, 3:18pm Ukraine’s forces have entered key town of Lyman in Donetsk region, France24 reports 'Hour by Hour'
1 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 220th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 1 October 2022: 17:10 GMT Russian forces shelled a civilian evacuation convoy in Ukraine’s northeast killing 24 people on Saturday, Ukrainian officials said, 16:58 GMT Nord Stream 2 pipeline seems to have stopped leaking, according to the Danish Energy Agency, 16:11 GMT Russia loses UN aviation council seat, Greece-Bulgaria gas pipeline means ‘freedom’, according to EU commission, 7:50 GMT Turkey rejects Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian territory, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes
2 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 October 2022: 19:38 fragments of Russian Su-34 aircraft found in Lyman, 19:15 Zelensky, Macron discuss Russia's nuclear blackmail, 18:49 Ukrainian forces destroy two Russian Ka-52 helicopters on eastern front, 18:48 government briefing about 'preparation for the heating season, which regions have prepared the best, the situation in the de-occupied territories', 18:45 on 3 October 3 a briefing will be held on the topic 'results of the activity of grain corridors', 18:44 briefing about 'operational and humanitarian situation in Kherson', 18:24 Germany, Denmark, Norway to buy 16 Slovak Zuzana 2 howitzers for Ukraine, 18:01 president Zelensky thanks countries showing support for Ukraine’s NATO membership, 17:39 Ukrainian serviceman on liberated Kupiansk report about collaborators in basements, children taken to Russia, 17:02 Russian tank seized by Ukraine’s National Guard near Lyman, 16:38 Ukraine's Yermak meets with Baykar’s top management in Türkiye, 15:58 according to FM Kuleba IAEA says they spare no efforts to release ZNPP director abducted by Russians, 15:35 National Guard shows drone destroying Russian ammo depot, 15:00 President’s Office thanks NATO member states supporting Ukraine's future membership, 14:13 808 people released from Russian captivity as part of 24 prisoner swaps, 13:55 Nine NATO member countries declare their support for Ukraine’s membership in Alliance, 13:24 vehicle with Ukrtelecom employees blown up on enemy mine in Sumy region, 12:40 on behalf of Ukrainian people, President thanks soldiers of territorial defense, 12:11 Russian forces kill eight civilians over past day, 11:45 Australia announces new sanctions against Russia, 10:53 invaders take 76 more orphans from Luhansk region to Russia, 10:35 Russian armed aggression has killed 412 children in Ukraine, 10:11 Russia’s military death toll in Ukraine rises to 60,110, 09:56 Ukraine’s Air Force downs five out of seven kamikaze drones launched to attack Mykolaiv region, 09:34 Invaders fire four S-300 missiles at Zaporizhzhia, 09:12 attacks on Dnipropetrovsk region: Russians use kamikaze drone, MLRS, heavy artillery, 08:23 Russian troops continue to focus on capturing Donetsk region, 08:06 enemy attacks Zaporizhzhia, regional administration says, 07:42 IAEA chief to visit Kyiv, Moscow next week following abduction of ZNPP chief by Russian forces, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 221 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
2 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 October 2022: 7:54 pm Nato's Jens Stoltenberg says Ukraine’s success in Lyman shows its ability to push back Russian forces, 7:03 pm Kharkiv police investigation department says bodies of 5 civilians who tried to flee Russian occupation found in Kharkiv Oblast, 5:55 pm USA defense secretary Lloyd Austin says he warned Russia not to use nukes, 3:39 pm Poland completes building fence on its border with Belarus, 3:08 pm Russian attacks kill 2 people, wound 7 in Mykolaiv according to governor, 1:06 pm mine explosion kills 1 telecommunication worker, injures 3, after a vehicle carrying four employees of Ukrtelecom was blown up by a landmine near the town of Okhtyrka in Sumy Oblast, 10:57 am General Staff says Russia has lost 60,110 troops in Ukraine since February 24, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 221 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
2 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 October 2022: Key city in east of Ukraine ‘fully cleared’ of Russian forces, says Zelenskiy, as European leaders call annexation ‘blatant’ violation of international law, as also the presidents of nine Nato countries in central and eastern Europe declared on Sunday they would never recognise the annexation by Russia of Ukrainian territory, as the head of the UN nuclear watchdog has called for the release of the director-general of the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, as - later on the dauy - Russia has attacked Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s home town with suicide drones, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 221 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
2 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on the 220th day of Putin's war crimes: 2 October 2022: 13:15 Russian troops forced out of key east Ukraine town, 12:56 'The enemy is near, but we are standing firm', as Ukrainian forces on the eastern front in Bakhmut say they will fight for every last inch of soil, as - tortured for refusing to teach in Russian - teachers in parts of recently-occupied Ukraine say they were beaten and forced to destroy textbooks, the British 'BBC' reports on day 221 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
2 October 2022 France24 reports on day 221 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 2 October 2022: 12:02pm president Zelensky says the key eastern town of Lyman now 'fully cleared' of Russian forces, 1:31pm citizens of recently liberated villages fear for their survival as winter approaches, 2:43pm Germany, Denmark, Norway to deliver 16 howitzers to Ukraine, France24 reports 'Hour by Hour'
2 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 220th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 2 October 2022: 17:17 GMT more than 180 men trying to escape Putin regime's conscription stopped at Russian border, 16:29 GMT president Zelenskyy awards Territorial Defence members, 15:22 GMT Ukrainian troops raise flag within sight of the Russian-held Luhansk region, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on day 221 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
3 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 October 2022: 19:40 in sham accession referendum, Russian occupation authorities count votes of those who fled captured Donetsk region, 19:20 number of IDPs in Ukraine triples since Russia’s full-scale invasion, 19:00 Czechs raise over EUR 1.22 million to buy a modernized T-72 'Avenger' main battle tank for Ukraine, 18:40 Zaporizhia NPP CEO released from Russian captivity, IAEA chief says, 18:20 Russian war kills another journalist in Ukraine, 17:59 Ukrainian FM Kuleba, Canada’s FM discuss further steps on Ukraine's path to NATO, 17:50 Russia’s State Duma ratifies documents on annexation of Ukrainian territories, 17:21 EU signs memorandum on providing Ukraine with EUR 5B in macro-financial assistance, 17:03 another torture chamber discovered in de-occupied village in Kharkiv region, 16:42 at least 24 health workers killed, 60 injured since start of full-scale war in Ukraine, 16:18 Zakarpattia Legion soldiers raise Ukrainian flag in Myroliubivka, 15:33 National Guard members destroy Russia’s ‘elite’ unit in Donetsk region, 15:15 president Zelensky says normal life will return to Ukraine when we oust Russia, 14:54 Ukraine Army liberates Donetsk region’s Torske village and forced Russian invaders to retreat towards Kreminna, 4:27 Ukrainian marine released from Russian captivity reveals tortures used by Russians, 13:41 Russia’s Su-25 shot down in Kherson region, 13:24 Ukrainian military gaining foothold in Kherson region’s liberated areas, 2:53 demining efforts underway in Lyman, situation remains dangerous, Ukraine Army’s spokesperson says, 12:21 239 children listed as missing since Russian invasion started, 11:42 Ukrainian fighters destroy Russia's Ka-52 helicopter in Zaporizhzhia region, 1:27 Russians hit dormitory of educational institution in Chasiv Yar, 10:25 Russian troops strike Ochakiv water area this morning, 09:56 Russian military death toll in Ukraine climbs to 60,430, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
3 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 October 2022: 7:32 pm governor says 1 person killed, 1 injured in Russian attack on hospital in Kharkiv Oblast, 6:27 pm Ukraine liberates Borova village in Kharkiv Oblast, 5:15 pm Lithuania's Defense Ministry says negotiations on Ukraine joining NATO should begin now, 3:31 pm president Zelensky says Ukraine liberates Arkhanhelske, Myroliubivka in Kherson Oblast, 8:55 am governor says Russian forces strike Zaporizhzhia, damage infrastructure, 1:16 am 'The Guardian' reports that top Ukrainian official Tamila Tasheva says retaking Crimea 'feels inevitable', after her team spend every day preparing for the future reintegration of Crimea, 9:50 pm Ukrainian PM says 900 Ukrainian teachers have joined Ukraine's Armed Forces to fight Russia’s aggression since February, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
3 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 October 2022: Head of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, Ihor Murashov, has been released, says IAEA chief, as Russia no longer has full control of any of the four provinces of Ukraine it says it annexed last week after Ukrainian troops reportedly advanced dozens of kilometres in Kherson province in the south of the country and made additional gains in the east, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
3 October 2022 France24 reports on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 3 October 2022: 5:38pm: Ukrainian advances in Kherson region, 5:25pm Russia sacks commander of western military district according to news outlet RBC, the latest in a series of top officials to be fired after a series of defeats, 3:21 EU summons Russian diplomats over Ukraine annexation, France24 reports 'Hour by Hour'
4 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 October 2022: 06:20 president Zelensky reports that there are newly liberated settlements in several regions, 06:39 In Ukrainian South Ukraine's Armed Forces destroy more than 30 tanks, almost 90 invaders, 07:00 Putin's mobilization will further upend Russian economy, according to newspaper Politica, 07:21 IMF leadership to consider Ukraine's request for $1.3B this week, Reuters reports, 07:38 Yermak, Duda discuss Ukraine-Poland interaction within NATO, 08:02 Ukrainian army repels enemy attacks near seven settlements, 08:20 Russian forces shell Kharkiv, killing woman, 08:43 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 60,80, 08:59 four people injured in Russia's shelling of two districts in Dnipropetrovsk region, 09:34 Russian armed aggression affects over 1,204 children in Ukraine, 09:56 Russians strike Kharkiv with S-300 missiles from Belgorod region, 15:50 Russians destroy TV tower in Luhansk region, 16:13 Russian invaders building ‘state border’ in Zaporizhzhia region, 16:35 president Zelensky declares Putin’s decrees on ‘independence’ of several Ukraine’s regions null and void, 16:57 Ukraine to receive almost $530M from World Bank, 17:10 National Guard members destroy Russian ammunition depot in Kharkiv region, 17:30 Ukrainian troops liberate Davydiv Brid village in Kherson region, 17:54 more than 6M tonnes of foodstuffs already exported from Ukraine via grain corridors, 18:20 secret poll run by Kremlin proves negative attitude among Russians to military call-up, 18:40 Energoatom looks into restarting reactors at Russian-held nuclear plant, 19:00 MFA Iran spox says backs Ukraine’s territorial integrity, 19:20 at least 600,000 flee Russia following military call-up announcement media report, 19:40 Ukrainian troops liberate 1,534 settlements, 20:00 Ukraine’s central bank chief files for resignation citing health issues, 20:20 Ukraine condemns DPRK missile launch over Japan as 'provocative and irresponsible step', 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
4 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 October 2022: 8:04 pm Nato secretary general receives Ukraine’s bid for membership, aa ambassadors of NATO member states will discuss the application in Brussels according to the deputy head of the President's Office, as president Zelensky said on 30 September that Ukraine would apply for fast-track NATO accession shortly after Russian dictator Putin declared the illegal annexation of four Ukrainian regions, and as nine European countries have signed a joint statement in favor of Ukraine joining NATO, 6:48 pm Ukrainian forces reportedly liberate more settlements in Kherson, Kharkiv oblasts, 4:43 pm Estonian president calls Ukraine 'worthy ally,' backs its NATO bid, 1:43 pm 'The Times' reports that Putin prepares to test nuclear weapons on Ukraine’s borders, 10:51 am UK intelligence says late start of autumn conscription shows Russia's poor mobilization abilities, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
4 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 October 2022: Russian maps appear to show rapid withdrawals in east and south, as USA promises more weapons to Kyiv, offering $625 million in new security assistance, as exhausted, hungry people of liberated Lyman in the beginning cold season are not yet convinced war has moved on, as Russia at risk of losing control of towns critical to retaining Kherson city and Crimea according to western officials, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
4 October 2022 France24 reports on day 222 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 4 October 2022: 10:56 Dans la région de Kherson les forces ukrainiennes poursuivent leur contre-offensive pour tenter d'encercler par le nord et par l'est les troupes russes déployées sur la rive ouest du Dniepr, 12:40 la contre-offensive ukrainienne gagne du terrain dans le Sud , 17:35 les violations des droits humains encore exacerbées par les annexions, assure l'ONU, 17:45 des cartes de l'armée russe montrent son recul dans la région de Kherson , 19:28 les États-Unis effectuent un nouvel envoi massif d'équipements militaires en Ukraine, selon France24 en direct
5 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 October 2022: 06:18 Russian invaders attack Kyiv region’s Bila Tserkva with suicide drones, 06:52 Russians destroy ammunition, bridges to slow down Ukraine Army’s attacks in southern districts, 07:16 enemy fires S-300 missiles at Mykolaiv region, 07:58 Ukraine Army destroys enemy S-300 missile system near Zaporizhzhia region’s Tokmak, 08:32 Nikopol district struck with Russia’s Grad MLRS, 08:49 six Iranian suicide drones shot down in southern Ukraine last night, 09:02 four civilian bodies found during exhumation in liberated Sviatohirsk, 09:11 Russian forces attack Bila Tserkva with kamikaze drones six times, 09:32 president Zelensky shows what Russian invaders left behind in Lyman, 09:46 Russian forces injure 787 children in Ukraine, 10:00 enemy launches missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 10:25 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 61,000, 12:00 Russian forces kill five civilians over past day, president’s Office reports, 12:34 Russian troops shell Kherson region settlements, injuring civilians, 13:15 Russian troops strike Vovchansk, Kharkiv region, killing civilian, 14:12 Marines eliminate 13 Russian soldiers, two tanks, 16:03 nearly 34-35M people currently live in Ukraine according to Demography Institute, 16:22 Putin began covert military call-up back in May, intelligence says, 16:40 Russian objects on Russian-captured territory 'legitimate targets', Ukraine’s Presidential Office says, 17:20 almost half of Ukrainians have close relatives currently at front lines, 18:45 hotel with Russian FSB officers, high-rank military officials inside struck in Kherson, 19:07 rescuers extinguish fires caused by enemy suicide drones in Bila Tserkva, 19:25 Ukrainian forces recapture Kherson region’s Mala Oleksandrivka, 19:48 Ukraine’s agricultural exports up by 41% in September 2022, 20:01 Zelensky, Stoltenberg coordinate further steps on Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic integration, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 223 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
5 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 October 2022: 8:27 pm economy ministry says almost 3 million Ukrainian refugees are of working age, as more than 6.4 million Ukrainians have fled Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine abroad, 8:17 pm Ukrainian troops repelled Russian attempts to advance near the settlements of Vyimka, Bakhmutske, Bakhmut, Maiorsk, and Novomykhailivka, 4:29 pm Irishman fighting for Ukraine killed near Russian border, 3:13 pm Russian forces cling to west bank of Dnipro ‘against military logic,’ trapped by Kremlin’s annexation claims, 3:02 pm Ukraine's exports of agricultural products 41% up in September, 1:42 am oligarch Kolomoisky seen at National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, 11:13 pm another Russian torture chamber discovered in Kharkiv Oblast, after Russian troops tortured locals, veterans, and soldiers in a basement in the village of Pisky-Radkivski, Kharkiv Oblast, before it was liberated by Ukrainian troops, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 223 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
5 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 October 2022: Russian regime's Putin said in televised comments that he signed a decree making 'corrections' to the partial mobilisation drive he announced 21 September, as Oleksandr Starukh, Ukraine’s governor of Zaporizhzhia, said that overnight 'the enemy fired rockets at the regional centre and the outskirts of the city. Infrastructure facilities were destroyed', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 223 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
5 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 223 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 5 October 2022: 12:05 volunteer Irish fighter killed near Russian border, 12:54 UK will stand with Ukraine, no matter how long it takes, Liz Truss said at Birmingham conference, 13:29 Ukrainian official reports gains in Luhansk region, 14:16 the first known criminal case against a man accused of avoiding mobilisation in Russia has been reported by human rights lawyer Pavel Chikov, 15:09 Russian TV journalist Marina Ovsyannikova who went viral after she staged an on-air protest against the Ukrainian war says she has fled house arrest because she has no case to answer, 15:24 Ukraine seeks to run seized nuclear plant from Kyiv, 15:43 for Russian commanders the omens aren't good, BBC diplomatic correspondent Paul Adams reports, 17:23 after a breakthrough in the southern Kherson region, where several villages have been liberated along the Dnipro River, Ukrainian forces are pushing ahead in the east, the British 'BBC' reports
5 October 2022 France24 reports on day 223 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 5 octobre 2022: 08:28 Une personne a été blessée dans des attaques aux drones kamikazes iraniens contre la ville de Bila Tserkva dans la région de Kiev, selon France24 en direct
6 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 224 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 6 October 2022: 11:59 new European political summit kicks off with UK in attendance in Prague city, called the heart of Europe, as more than 40 countries will be at the summit to discuss the war in Ukraine as well as energy, migration and security, 12:45 Russia not invited to join Nord Stream leak investigation, 12:54 Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov denied some 700,000 Russians fled country to escape mobilisation, but told reporters he did not have an alternative figure, 13:26 Russia must face full isolation over deadly Zaporizhzhia missile attacks according to Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba, as rescuers are working to pull out people believed to be trapped under the rubble, 14:10 Putin is not a leader who realises he is in danger of losing according to BBC Russia editor Rosenberg, 14:49 French Macron says Prague summit of more than 40 countries in 2022 seeks 'common strategy', 15:38 hundreds of bodies exhumed in Kharkiv region according to police, 16:31 Ukraine says more gains made in Kherson, 16:53 Ukraine's Zelensky addresses European political summit speaking by videolink on this Octoberday and making specific reference to Russian missile strikes on residential buildings in Zaporizhzhia earlier today saying 'after the first missile strike today, when people came to clear the debris, Russia launched a second missile strike', a procedure like in Syria since 2015, as local resident Olha Chobotariova told the BBC 'I will never forgive Russia for this', 'I don't understand how they could do it. There were all just people, children. We haven't done anything. Why are they torturing us like this?', the British 'BBC' reports
6 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 October 2022: 16.15 BST Ukrainian president Zelenskiy tells European leaders Ukraine must win to safeguard the EU, speaking at the first meeting of the 'European Political Community EPC' using video link, telling European heads of state that Ukraine must win so that Russia does not “advance on Warsaw or again on Prague”, calling on Western capitals to supply his army with more weapons 'to punish the aggressor', according to reporting by AFP, 16.09 BST Ukraine’s general staff has reported that the armed forces liberated 93 settlements since 21 September in north-east Ukraine, while the armed forces advanced 55km deep into Russian-occupied territory and took control of more than 2,400 sq km, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 224 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
6 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 224 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 6 October 2022: 11:59 new European political summit kicks off with UK in attendance in Prague city, called the heart of Europe, as more than 40 countries will be at the summit to discuss the war in Ukraine as well as energy, migration and security, 12:45 Russia not invited to join Nord Stream leak investigation, 12:54 Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov denied some 700,000 Russians fled country to escape mobilisation, but told reporters he did not have an alternative figure, 13:26 Russia must face full isolation over deadly Zaporizhzhia missile attacks according to Ukrainian FM Dmytro Kuleba, as rescuers are working to pull out people believed to be trapped under the rubble, 14:10 Putin is not a leader who realises he is in danger of losing according to BBC Russia editor Rosenberg, 14:49 French Macron says Prague summit of more than 40 countries in 2022 seeks 'common strategy', 15:38 hundreds of bodies exhumed in Kharkiv region according to police, 16:31 Ukraine says more gains made in Kherson, 16:53 Ukraine's Zelensky addresses European political summit speaking by videolink on this Octoberday and making specific reference to Russian missile strikes on residential buildings in Zaporizhzhia earlier today saying 'after the first missile strike today, when people came to clear the debris, Russia launched a second missile strike', a procedure like in Syria since 2015, as local resident Olha Chobotariova told the BBC 'I will never forgive Russia for this', 'I don't understand how they could do it. There were all just people, children. We haven't done anything. Why are they torturing us like this?', the British 'BBC' reports
6 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 October 2022: 16.15 BST Ukrainian president Zelenskiy tells European leaders Ukraine must win to safeguard the EU, speaking at the first meeting of the 'European Political Community EPC' using video link, telling European heads of state that Ukraine must win so that Russia does not “advance on Warsaw or again on Prague”, calling on Western capitals to supply his army with more weapons 'to punish the aggressor', according to reporting by AFP, 16.09 BST Ukraine’s general staff has reported that the armed forces liberated 93 settlements since 21 September in north-east Ukraine, while the armed forces advanced 55km deep into Russian-occupied territory and took control of more than 2,400 sq km, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 224 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
6 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 October 2022: 20:15 Ukraine expands its presence in Africa, plans to open embassy in Ghana, 19:51 Armed Forces of Ukraine repel Russian attacks near ten settlements, 19:30 president Zelensky says Russia strikes Ukraine with Iranian drones daily, 19:13 PM Shmyhal calls on Greece to back Ukraine's bid for NATO membership, 18:56 Ukraine has sent almost half of its agricultural exports via grain corridor, 18:34 president Zelensky at European Political Community summit in Prague in his address to the participants says we must implement Ukrainian peace formula, 18:16 General Staff names hottest areas of front, 17:56 Zelensky tables motion to appoint Pyshnyy as NBU governor, 17:31 Russia already used 86 kamikaze drones to attack Ukraine, 60% of them downed according to General Staff, 17:11 European Parliament calls for massive increase of military assistance to Ukraine, 16:48 parliament dismisses Shevchenko as NBU governor, 16:36 missile strike on Zaporizhzhia aftermath, as rescuers' search in the rubble continues after the Russian army fired seven missiles at Zaporizhzhia, destroying two multi-storey residential buildings, 15:50 Russia launches airstrike on Ukraine from territory of Belarus according to General Staff, 15:27 Ukraine PM Denys Shmyhal and Slovenia's Robert Golob discussed strengthening sanctions against Russia and punishing this country for committed war crimes, as Shmyhal also told about the success of Ukraine’s army, which nowadays protects the entire civilized world, and called on Slovenia to support Ukraine on its path to NATO, and as Ukraine and North Macedonia updated the annex to the Free Trade Agreement during a meeting of the heads of government at European summit in Czech Republic's city of Prague on October 6, compare British BBC's report, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 225 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
6 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 October 2022: 8:47 pm ex-National Bank head Shevchenko cites political pressure among resignation reasons, 8:26 pm Russian forces blow up dam in Donetsk Oblast, flood local General Staff headquarters, as the resulting flood hit the town of Raihorodok, with the pre-war population of 3,900 people, 7:32 pm 2 bodies of tortured men found in liberated Kupiansk-Vuzlovyi, Kharkiv Oblast, 5:31 pm Armed Forces liberated 93 settlements since September 21 in northeastern Ukraine according to Ukrainian General Staff, 10:41 am UK intelligence reports that Ukrainian troops push front line in Kherson Oblast by 20 kilometers, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 225 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
6 October 2022 France24 reports on day 225 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 6 octobre 2022: La ville de Zaporijjia a été la cible de nouvelles frappes jeudi matin. Au moins cinq personnes ont été tuées et treize autres blessées, ont déclaré les secours locaux à l'envoyé spécial de France 24, qui affirme que 'les secours sont convaincus que le bilan des bombardements à Zaporijjia va encore s'élever, 17:34 pour Zelensky, l'Ukraine doit gagner afin d'empêcher les chars russes d'aller 'à Varsovie ou Prague', selon l'envoyé spécial de France24, Gulliver Cragg
6 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 225th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 6 October 2022: IAEA rejects Russian control of nuclear plant, as the head of the the UN’s nuclear watchdog says during a visit to Kyiv that it is 'obvious' that the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant belongs to Ukraine, 18:22 GMT 2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaska island, 18:18 GMT president Zelenskyy calls for more sanctions on Russia, 16:40 GMT Ukraine’s president nominates new central bank chief, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates on day 225 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
7 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 October 2022: 20:20 UN Economic Commission for Europe to help Ukraine in post-war recovery, 20:17 IMF grants Ukraine $1.3B in emergency financing, 20:00 Belarus may dare invade Ukraine when pressed to limit by Russia, Commander of the Joint Forces, Lieutenant General Serhiy Naiev says, 19:40 Russia must return Kuril Islands to Japan, according to Ukraine’s Parliament, 19:20 Russian torture chambers discovered in almost every liberated settlement, 18:40 Russia would need up to 3 months to go for another offensive on Kyiv, Ukraine’s General Naiev says, 18:20 Ukraine is very grateful to the Czech Republic, which has been helping the nation since the first days of war, and is counting on its support in the process of becoming an EU member state, according to Ukrainian PM Denys Shmyhal, who spoke in an interview with the Czech publication 'Denik N' on the occasion of his participation in the Prague Summit of the European Political Community, 17:57 Russians launch missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 17:40 Estonian PM announces new military aid package for Ukraine's Armed Forces, 17:21 Czech ministers to visit Kyiv in late October, 17:04 Zelensky calls on EU to supply Ukraine with air defense systems, 16:41 Putin's actions in Ukraine criticized by member of his inner circle, 16:26 Ukraine's parliament approves draft state budget for 2023 at first reading, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 226 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
7 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 October 2022: 8:39 pm Russian forces shell Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, killing civilian, 8:04 pm for the first time since the start of Russia's all-out invasion of Ukraine, Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko acknowledges Belarus' involvement in Russia's war, 6:59 pm Ukraine’s military has liberated over 2,400 square kilometers in Kherson Oblast, 6:29 pm death toll of Russian October 6 strike on Zaporizhzhia rises to 12, as the Zaporizhzhia Oblast Police reported that 12 people are confirmed to have been killed and 12 injured, including two children, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 226 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
7 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 October 2022: 17.37 BST the USA does not have indications that Russia is preparing to imminently use nuclear weapons, the White House said, 14:26 BST Russia has targeted Zaporizhzhia with explosive-packed “kamikaze drones” for the first time, as the death toll from a missile strike on an apartment building in the city rose to 11, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 226 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
7 October 2022 Nobel peace prize given to human rights activists in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine: 7 October 2022: The jailed Belarusian human rights activist Ales Bialiatski, the Russian human rights organisation Memorial and the Ukrainian human rights organisation Center for Civil Liberties have won the 2022 Nobel peace prize, in an award the committee said was to honour champions of 'peaceful coexistence' during the most tumultuous period in Europe since the second world war, 'The Guardian' reports, as Ukraine's Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to the President’s Office, said the Norwegian Nobel Committee has an 'interesting understanding of the word ‘peace', if it split the award with two countries that have attacked Ukraine. 'Neither Russian nor Belarusian organizations were able to oppose this war', he said
7 October 2022 France24 reports on day 226 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 7 octobre 2022: 2:47 Joe Biden alerte contre le risque d'une 'apocalypse' nucléaire, 8:10 l'appui des civils, le précieux atout des soldats ukrainiens. Sur le front sud, les soldats ukrainiens mènent la contre-offensive, et dans leur progression, ils peuvent compter sur l'aide des civils qui apportent de précieux renseignements aux troupes engagées, selon l'envoyé spécial de France24, Gulliver Cragg - 7 October 2022: 2:30am: Biden warns risk of nuclear 'Armageddon' at highest level since 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, saying Russia's Putin was 'not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons', adding 'we have not faced the prospect of 'Armageddon' since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis, 8:48am Ukraine's military continues advance in the northeast, according to France24 hour by hour
7 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 226 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 7 October 2022: World must act now to stop Russia nuclear threat, Ukrainian president Zelensky says, the British 'BBC' reports
8 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 October 2022: 19:58 Powerful explosion rang out at railway station in Donetsk region, 19:43 combine harvester blown up on enemy mine in Kryvyi Rih district, 19:17 bodies of 19 dead people already found under rubble of destroyed buildings in Zaporizhzhia, 18:52 Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near six settlements, General Staff says, 18:16 EU does not recognize Russia’s seizure of ZNPP, calls for reinforced IAEA presence at site, 17:58 Russians open fire on Chernihiv region’s border areas with artillery, MLRS, 17:44 Ukraine’s economy cut by one-third over nine months, 17:12 six apartment blocks damaged in Russia’s missile strike on Donetsk region’s city of Kurakhove, as three civilians were reported injured, 16:59 president Zelensky said at 2BS FORUM in Montenegro that Russia is afraid of our unity, 16:10 IAEA chief announces urgent steps to protect Zaporizhzhia NPP, 15:39 five Russian Kalibr missile carriers remain combat ready in Black Sea, 15:26 another victim dies in hospital after Russia’s missile attack on civilian convoy in Zaporizhzhia, 15:00 bodies of four civilians shot by Russian forces found in Kharkiv region, 14:42 Lithuanian foreign minister Gabrielius Landsbergis says all weapon stocks of allies need to be opened for Ukrainian army, 13:44 Russian army kills 21 civilians in Ukraine on October 7, 13:21 seven ships with Ukrainian grain leave for Asian and European countries, 11:21 child killed in enemy strikes on Donetsk region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 227 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
8 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 October 2022: 8:30 pm EU condemns Russia’s illegal seizure of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, calls to ‘reinforce IAEA presence, 7:46 pm Ukraine’s GDP has dropped by 30% in 9 months, according to Ukrainian economy Ministry, 6:49 pm Russian forces conduct 19 missile strikes, airstrikes across Ukraine on 8 October, according to Ukraine’s General Staff, 6:40 pm Ukraine's intelligence says that Russia starts arresting the military in Moscow, 5:17 pm governor confirms liberation of Shevchenkivka village in Kherson Oblast, 4:20 pm update confirms that 32 Ukrainians were killed by Russian strike on civilian convoy in Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 227 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
8 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 October 2022: 09.19 BST the UK has rejected Moscow’s call for a secret ballot in the UN general assembly next week on whether to condemn Russia’s move to annex four regions in Ukraine and requested that the 193-member body vote publicly, 12.35 BST three people killed in bridge explosion, says Russia, 13.53 BST Russia has named a new senior commander of Russian forces in Ukraine, because Sergei Surovikin, the former commander of Russia’s operations in Syria, is 'a notoriously corrupt and brutal general even by the Russian army’s standards, according to the UK MoD' reports the FT’s Moscow bureau chief, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 227 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
8 October 2022 France24 reports on day 227 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 8 October 2022: 7:31am photo shows ‘significant damage’ to road section of bridge linking Crimea and Russia, the sole land link and a major supply route for Russian military personnel and civilians living in Crimea, also set oil tankers ablaze and caused the collapse of two car lanes, 9:27am Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant cut off from power supply due to shelling, Energoatom says, 8:07am IMF announces $1.3 billion in emergency aid for Ukraine, 8:32am Ukraine authorities find mass grave in recaptured eastern town of Lyman, 9:27am Zaporizhzhia plant cut off from power supply due to shelling, Ukrainian nuclear company says, 2:30pm IAEA says shelling that cut power to Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant 'irresponsible', according to France24 'hour by hour' presented by Richelle Harrison Plesse
8 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 227 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 8 October 2022: Russian authorities say they've partially re-opened the bridge to occupied Crimea - hours after it suffered damage in a huge blast, as at least three people were killed in the explosion leading to part of the Kerch road bridge falling into the sea, as - speaking to the BBC's John Simpson - Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky said Russians 'are not ready to do it, to use it. But they begin to communicate' regime's start to prepare country's people for nuclear warfare, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates
9 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 October 2022: 17:55 marines capture Russian Kornet missile launcher in south, 17:32 following Zaporizhzhia missile attack the number of injured grows, 10 children among them, 17:13 Russian attack aircraft downed in Mykolaiv region, 16:51 death toll in October 6 attack on Zaporizhzhia climbs to 20, 16:28 iresident’s Office says France sends more than 1,000 tonnes of aid to Ukraine, 16:14 European Commissioner Lenarcic condemns missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 15:56 air defense forces have already destroyed 64 enemy drones, 15:34 more than 1,170 sq km liberated in Kherson direction, 14:22 ten people rescued from under rubble after Russia’s missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 14:04 first 20 bodies exhumed in Lyman, children among them, 13:36 FM Kuleba calls on partners to speed up air and missile defense system deliveries, 13:19 one Russian missile fired at Zaporizhzhia shot down by Ukraine’s Air Force, 12:16 at least 5 killed as Russian warplane bombs civilian convoy in Kherson region, 10:02 Russian war in Ukraine leaves 421 children dead, prosecutors said, 09:46 Russian forces hit kindergarten, farm in Mykolaiv region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 228 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
9 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 October 2022: 6:00 pm governor names 7 villages liberated by Ukraine's military in Luhansk Oblast, 5:21 pm Russian drone kills civilian in Sumy Oblast, 1:26 pm governor says Russian forces fire almost 70 shells on Nikopol district, 11:13 am Slovak minister says another batch of Zuzana 2 self-propelled howitzers delivered to Ukraine, 10:45 am General Staff says Russia has lost 62,500 troops in Ukraine since February 24, 3:36 am Ukraine’s military destroys 3 ammunition depots, Russian command post in southern Ukraine, 7:46 pm economy ninistry says Ukraine’s GDP has dropped by 30% in 9 months, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 228 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
9 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 October 2022: 9:03 BST Ukraine’s president Zelenskiy has vowed that those who ordered and issued the 'merciless' strikes on civilians in Ukraine’s south-eastern city of Zaporizhzhia - in residential buildings, just in the middle of the night, causing 17 murdered citizens, 49 injured in hospital, 6 of them children - will be held responsible, as defense ministry added that if Ukrainian military forces 'had modern anti-missile systems, we could have prevented such tragedies', 15.10 BST USA will continue to offer Ukraine 'security assistance', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 228 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
9 October 2022 France24 reports on day 228 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 9 October 2022: 6h35 Les drones de reconquête, une stratégie ukrainienne clé dans l’est et le sud, 8h43 Au moins 17 personnes sont mortes - dont un enfant et une victime qui a succombé à l'hôpital - et 21 personnes ont été secourues dont douze ont été hospitalisées, dans de nouveaux bombardements sur la ville de Zaporijjia, frappée au petit matin par sept missiles, et trois jours après de précédentes frappes qui avaient fait une dizaine de morts, 8h43 au moins 17 personnes ont été tuées dans des bombardements sur la ville de Zaporijjia, trois jours après de précédentes frappes qui avaient fait 17 morts, a-t-on appris de source officielle, selon France24 'Heure par Heure' - 9 October 2022: 8:29am drone operators play key role in Ukrainian counteroffensive in northeast, as the country is counting not only on Western arms but on inexpensive, easily procurable weapons such as drones to counter Russian firepower, 9:14am second deadly missile strike in three days hits Zaporizhzhia residential zone, 3:42pm Ukrainians react with joy on social media after Crimean bridge attack, France24 reports with live updates on day 227 of Putin regime's invasion
9 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 228 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 9 October 2022: At least 17 people have been killed by Russian missile strikes on the south-eastern city of Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine's defence ministry says. Dozens more were wounded, and several residential buildings destroyed. The city is under Ukrainian control, but it is part of a region that Russia says it annexed last month, the British 'BBC' reports
9 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on the 228th day of Putin's war against the Ukraine: 9 October 2022: The Ukrainian army has been gaining territory fast while in Russia we’ve seen more unease about how the war is going - even on state TV, 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 228 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
10 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 110 October 2022: 21:02 45 residential buildings damaged by Russia’s missile strikes in Kyiv, 20:35 Russia will be held accountable for its atrocities and war crimes, USA's Biden says, 20:11 president Zelensky tells Guterres about scope and consequences of Russia's massive missile attack, 19:55 Russia’s Su-25 shot down in Kherson region, 19:43 six people killed, 51 injured in Russian missile attacks in Kyiv, 19:16 Kuleba, Blinken discuss strengthening Ukraine's defense capabilities, sanctions against Russia, 18:56 Ukraine suspends electricity exports to stabilize energy system, 18:32 explosions rock Kryvyi Rih again, 18:18 number of people injured by Russian missile strikes across Ukraine rises 89, 18:10 Zelensky says he counts on Britain's leadership in matter of protecting Ukrainian skies, 17:55 Tymoshenko shows aftermath of strike on pedestrian bridge in Kyiv, 17:36 Zelensky, Rutte discuss strengthening of defense support to Ukraine, 17:17 NATO will continue to support brave Ukrainian people, Stoltenberg says, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 229 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
10 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 October 2022: 8:57 pm Ukraine repels Russian attacks near 5 settlements, according to General Staff, 8:26 pm Ukraine shoots down 13 Iranian drones on the afternoon, 3:40 pm Ukrainian authorities call on population to minimize use of electricity, 2:50 pm Russia's attack on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast kills 4 people, injures 19, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 229 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
10 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 October 2022: At least 11 people have died and 64 have been wounded in a wave of Russian missile strikes across Ukraine. as authorities in Kyiv said eight people had died and 24 were injured in a Russian missile strike on the capital’s Shevchenkivskyi district this morning. Lviv, Kherson, Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia and Mykolaiv were also among the areas targeted - 10 October 2022: 17.22 BST USA president Biden condemns Putin's 'utter brutality' against the Ukrainian people after Russian missile strikes on cities across Ukraine, 18.14 BST six people were killed and 51 more were injured in Russia’s missile strike on Kyiv on Monday morning, according to the city’s officials, 18.48 BST the EU 'should and could do more' to help Ukraine by providing more military equipment in light of Russia’s recent escalation of aggression, European Parliament's president Roberta Metsola said speaking to CNN, 18.40 BST the head of Ukraine’s Center for Civil Liberties, which last week was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, has shared a video of the aftermath of Russia’s missile strike on a children’s playground in Kyiv- as Oleksandra Matviichuk said many children and their parents visit this playground every day, while just opposite lies the university where she attended for years, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 229 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
11 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 October 2022: 21:10 seven civilians killed in enemy shelling of Zaporizhzhia region, 20:48 G7 Leaders condemn Russia’s missile attack on Ukraine, saying 'We will hold Putin to account', 20:21 Russian torture chamber discovered near Sviatohirsk Lavra, 19:57 Ukraine’s anti-aircraft defense units destroy 32 enemy air targets according to General Staff, 19:23 thirty-two Ukrainian servicemen released from Russian captivity, 18:58 seventy-eight bodies exhumed in de-occupied Sviatohirsk, Lyman, 18:37 president Zelensky calls on G7 to provide air defense systems, as Russia ordered 2,400 Iranian-manufactured ‘Shaheds’ alone, 18:00 no signs so far of Russia intending to nuke Ukraine British GCHQ says, 17:40 Ukraine needs heavy weapons, defense systems according to European Parliament president Roberta Metsola, 17:20 supplying Ukraine with F16 fighter jets best response to Russia’s missile terrorism, expert says, 17:00 power supply restored in most settlements after yesterday's strikes PM says, 16:40 Russia crosses new “red line” by attacking foreign diplomatic missions MFA says, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 230 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
11 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 October 2022: 8:58 pm death toll of Russia's Octpber 10 missile attacks rises to 20, injuring 108 people, over 200 sites were damaged, including 45 houses, 30 apartment buildings, and critical infrastructure, also damaging the power supply in 15 regions, 6:44 pm according to German media Ukraine receives German IRIS-T air defense system, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 230 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
11 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 October 2022: 15.19 BST Nato’s secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance is 'closely monitoring' Russia’s nuclear forces and that any deliberate attack against allies’ critical infrastructure 'would be met with a united and determined response', 15.28 BST president Zelenskiy accuses Russia of ‘trying to directly draw Belarus into this war’, also calling during the G7 meeting on leaders to give Ukraine enough air defence capabilities to defend itself against Russia, as well as tough new sanctions on its regime, 16.29 BST president Zelenskiy warns G7 leaders that Putin ‘still has room for further escalation’ after two days of widespread strikes on cities across Ukraine, 16.39 BST G7 leaders warn of 'severe consequences' if Russia uses nuclear weapons, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 230 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
11 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 230 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 11 October 2022: 8:44 Nineteen people were killed by Russia's missile strikes on Ukraine yesterday, emergency services have confirmed, also saying 105 people had been wounded around the country, 8:50 school damaged in new strikes on Zaporizhzhia early this morning, as twelve missiles hit public facilities with one person killed, 9:08 Kyiv residents living near Kyiv's Shevchenko Park say 'it's a miracle we weren't harmed', as air raid sirens have gone off again in Kyiv and across Ukraine, as Russians in the southern city of Zaporizhzhia leaving one citizen dead and buildings damaged, 17:45 Putin afraid of mutiny from generals according to former Russian air force officer Gleb Irisov, but still remaining pessimistic about the chance of change in his home country anytime soon, despite the 'huge casualties and severe economic effects' of the war, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates
11 October 2022 France24 reports on day 230 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 11 octobre 2022: 1h19: Le gouvernememt français prend 'de nouvelles dispositions pour soutenir militairement l'Ukraine', 4h: le G7 se réunit en urgence mardi, selon France24 'Heure par Heure'
12 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 October 2022: 20:16 PM Shmyhal meets with G7 Ambassadors, 19:58 Ukraine’s aviation launches 27 strikes on enemy, air defense units down 10 Shahed drones, 19:38 seventy-five settlements already liberated in Kherson region, 19:14 Ukrainian service members undergo urban operations training in UK, 18:52 two kamikaze drones shot down over Vinnytsia region, 18:15 Germany to send more Panzerhaubitze 2000, MARS II to Ukraine, 18:02 PM Shmyhal says Russia caused damage to 28 energy facilities over three days, 17:46 Ukraine’s finance ministry, IMF discuss new loan program, 17:33 government ready to react to Russian attacks on critical infrastructure, PM Shmyhal says, 17:01 Ukraine wants EU sanctions to expand against Belarus, impose visa ban on all Russians, 16:32 Ukraine to support energy infrastructure with EUR 550M from EIB, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 231 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
12 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 October 2022: 7:53 pm Canada announces additional $47 million in military aid for Ukraine, 6:39 pm Ukraine downs two kamikaze drones over Vinnytsia Oblast, 4:43 pm the USA will provide Ukraine with $4.5 billion in direct budget support in the coming weeks, Reuters reports, 3:39 pm NATO secretary general Stoltenberg urged NATO Allies to provide air defense systems to Ukraine, calling it the 'top priority' for those who attend meetings of NATO defense ministers and the USA.-led Contact Group for Ukraine in Brussels on October 12-13, 2:37 pm Ukraine downs 4 Russian helicopters in 18 minutes, 11:53 am leak discovered on Russia's oil pipeline Druzhba in Poland, 10:14 am General Staff says Russia has lost 63,380 troops in Ukraine since February 24, 8:18 am Russian forces rain fire on Nikopol, injuring 3 civilians, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 231 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
12 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 October 2022: 13.37 BST external power to Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant restored, says IAEA chief, 14.25 BST the Netherlands will deliver €15m worth of air defence missiles to Ukraine in reaction to Russian air raids on Ukraine earlier this week, 16.01 BST at least seven people were killed and eight injured in a Russian strike on a crowded market in the town of Avdiivka, the governor of Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region said, 16.22 BST Ukrainians urged to cut power consumption by 25% to avoid outages, 16.36 BST Russian authorities are mobilising men from the country’s most vulnerable groups to fight in Ukraine, according to Moscow Times, 17.31 BST more than 90,000 Russian fighters have been listed as 'irrecoverable' military losses since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, according to a report by the Russian media project iStories and a figure close to USA and UK estimates, 18.05 BST Canada’s defence minister Anita Anand has announced a new military aid package for Ukraine, which includes ammunition, communications equipment, winter clothing, armoured vehicles and artillery, and we’ll continue to train Ukrainian forces with the skills they need to fight and win, 18.16 BST Ukraine’s army boasted of territorial gains near the strategically vital southern city of Kherson on Wednesday as Nato allies delivered new air defence systems in the wake of Russia’s recent missile attacks across the country, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 231 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
12 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 231 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 12 October 2022: 4:19 Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky calls for even tougher sanctions against Russia after heavy missile strikes, 11:27 Ukraine wants Nato countries to supply it with more weapons to defend itself against Russia, 15:34 Russia detains eight over Saturday's incident, as seven die in an attack on a market in eastern Ukraine, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates
13 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 October 2022: 21:00 Ukraine Air Force launches 19 airstrikes, hits two Russian command and control points, 20:40 NATO’s nuclear deterrence 'effective' according to Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, 20:20 West won’t run out of weapons for Ukraine, British Defense Minister assures, 20:00 Ukraine could extradite Russian war criminals to be tried by ICC according to prosecutor Karim Khan, 19:20 war seeing most serious escalation since full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Jens Stoltenberg says, 19:00 Ukraine to engage with countries that abstained from voting in UN on Ukraine’s integrity resolution according to MFA spokesman Oleg Nikolenko, 18:40 three civilian bodies found in de-occupied Kupyansk district 18:20 Ukraine’s air defense destroys four Russian cruise missiles October 13, 17:26 twenty Ukrainian soldiers freed from Russian captivity, 17:08 Russian army will be annihilated if nukes used in Ukraine EU's Josep Borrell said at the launch of the European Diplomatic Academy in Bruges, 16:41 Ukrainian Air Force confirms loss of Su-24 aircraft, death of one pilot, 16:20 presidential Office's advisor Podolyak says on Russian missile hitting Belgorod that Putin doesn't care who to kill, explaining 'Russia launched a missile towards Kharkiv, but something went wrong and it hit a residential building in Belgorod', 16:06 Putin must stop this war and respect Ukraine's territorial integrity France's Macron says, 15:44 Zelensky calls on Europe to shed its fear of Putin, 15:16 Europe's Parliamentary Assembly PACE unanimously adopts resolution declaring Russia a terrorist regime, 14:58 protecting Ukrainian sky against Russian missiles to be a step towards the end of war, president Zelensky says, 14:41 three buildings destroyed in fire caused by Russia’s shelling of Kupiansk, 14:21 Europe can play historical role in establishing tribunal over Russia’s crime of aggression, president Zelensky says, also calling on PACE to isolate Russia as much as possible, 13:35 two civilian bodies recovered from under rubble of apartment block in Mykolaiv, 12:47 six more grain ships leave Ukrainian ports, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 232 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
13 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 October 2022: 6:11 pm Russia again hits military facility in Lviv Oblast, according to Lviv Oblast governor Kozytskyi, 2:37 pm Estonia approves new military aid package for Ukraine, 9:26 am General Staff Russia has lost 63,800 troops in Ukraine since February 24, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 232 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
13 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 October 2022: 11.04 BST the deputy secretary of the Russian security council Alexander Venediktov told Tass, that the admission of Ukraine to Nato could result in a third world war, 12.17 BST Russian missiles alresdy hit more than 40 Ukrainian cities and towns on Thursday, officials said, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 232 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
13 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 232 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 13 October 2022: 11:22 Russian forces launch fresh strikes on Kyiv region, 12:08 UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace says there's no risk of Western allies running out of weapons to support Ukraine, 13:37 in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv was 'massively shelled' overnight, according to the local mayor Oleksandr Senkevich. as the bodies of two residents - a 30-year-old man and an 80-year-old woman - have been found after a Russian rocket hit a building, 14:55 Ukraine's power grid 'stabilised' following mass Russian strikes, the national energy operator says, 15:23 the defence ministers from 14 Nato allies - including the UK - plus Finland signed a letter of intent to create a European air and missile defence system through the common acquisition of air defence equipment and missiles by European nations, 16:20 strike hits Lviv region, as the regional head says a military facility in the region has been hit and damaged but there are no casualties, after one missile was brought down by air defences, 16.13 BST EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell warned Moscow's regime today that Russian forces will be 'annihilated' if Putin uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates
13 October 2022 France24 reports on day 232 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 13 octobre 2022: 1h03: Le Royaume-Uni va fournir à l'Ukraine des missiles de défense anti-aérienne supplémentaires et notamment des munitions capables d'abattre des missiles de croisière, 4h13: bombardements sur Mykolaïv, 6h15: des attaques au drone contre des infrastructures dans la région de Kiev, 18h09: 'Si la Russie utilise une arme nucléaire, quelle qu'elle soit, contre l'Ukraine, cela aura de graves conséquences', a souligné le secrétaire général de l'Otan Jens Stoltenberg, selon France24 'Heure par Heure'
14 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 October 2022: 21:35 German IRIS-T air defense system already operating in southern direction, 21:11 Russians strike Sumy region with mortar, 20:55 Ukrainian air forces strike 12 enemy ammunition and equipment clusters, 20:12 Zaluzhnyi, Cavoli discuss new threats from Russia, Belarus, 19:54 five missiles fired at Kharkiv from Russia’s Belgorod, 19:45 fifteen bodies recovered from under rubble of house destroyed in Zaporizhzhia, 19:25 minister Marchenko elected as governor for 2023 at the Board of Governors of World Bank, IMF, 18:58 death toll in Russia’s missile attack on Mykolaiv rises to eight, 17:45 Zelensky visits military hospital, presents awards to defenders and doctors, 17:20 Ukrainian government approves visa waiver agreement with Indonesia, 16:59 invaders block civilian cars at checkpoint in Zaporizhzhia region, 16:32 Ukrainian forces destroy three Shahed-136 drones, enemy observation post in south 16:03 Ukrainian energy system operates stably, 15:37 Russia carried out over 600 attacks on Ukrainian health care, WHO says, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 233 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
14 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 October 2022: 8:58 pm TotalEnergies faces legal action for ‘complicity in war crimes’ against Ukraine, Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 233 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
14 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 October 2022: 11.54 BST a Ukrainian member of Kherson’s regional council has condemned Russia’s 'evacuation' of the occupied city, saying it is in fact a 'deportation' alsos saying that it is an evacuation for collaborators, urging residents to go to Ukrainian-controlled territory if they can, 12.04 BST Sweden has rejected plans for a joint investigation with Denmark and Germany of the recent ruptures of Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, reports Reuters, 13.18 BST the US and Germany are to deliver sophisticated anti-aircraft systems to Kyiv this month to counter attacks by Russian missiles and kamikaze drones, Ukraine’s defence minister said, 14.00 BST Putin threatens closure of humanitarian corridors and says 'no need' for Biden talks, 14.10 BST Putin said on Friday that any direct clash of Nato troops with Russia would lead to a 'global catastrophe', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 233 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
14 October 2022 France24 reports on day 233 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 14 octobre 2022: 20h38: une station électrique russe prend feu après une frappe ukrainienne sur une région frontalière, 11h33: l'Ukraine célèbre la fête de son armée, en pleine guerre avec Moscou, 6h45: la Russie va évacuer la population du Sud face à la contre-offensive de Kiev, 4h31: les alliés de l'Ukraine veulent bâtir une défense antiaérienne 'patchwork', selon France24 'Heure par Heure'
15 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 October 2022: 20:26 Ukrainian marines destroy two Russian self-propelled howitzers, 20:05 Romania to transfer $400,000 to NATO fund to strengthen Ukraine's defense, 19:44 Ukrainian forces repel enemy attacks near 11 settlements, 19:21 Lithuania proposes creating coalition to fund Starlink in Ukraine, 19:00 IPU Assembly adopts resolution condemning war in Ukraine, 18:41 Marchenko discusses Ukraine's 2023 state budget needs with Dutch, Japanese finance ministers, 18:18 seven grain ships leave Ukrainian seaports, 17:57 Ukraine’s missile and artillery units perform more than 110 fire missions in south, 17:35 photojournalists Maloletka and Chernov win French war correspondents prize, 17:16 Russians fire mortars, artillery at border areas of Chernihiv region, 16:58 Ukrainian troops capture seven Russians who fought in Syria, 16:34 Russia builds up military contingent in occupied Sievierodonetsk, 16:15 NBU, European Union discuss condition of Ukraine’s economy amid war, 15:58 new ICRC president Mirjana Spoljaric Egger on access to Ukrainian POWs, saying ‘it’s my priority’, 15:36 Ukraine, seven more countries join 8th package of EU sanctions against Russia, 13:57 on 14 October 11 civilians were killed and 11 more were injured in Ukraine due to the armed aggression of the Russian Federation, 13:30 31 new criminal proceedings launched over Russia’s war crimes in Kherson region, 12:57 Russians shell 11 settlements in Donetsk region, casualties reported, 12:29 one person killed, two more wounded in Kharkiv region in past 24 hrs, 12:06 Kremlin regime plotting false-flag terrorist attacks to blame Ukraine, 11:36 Russia blocks IMF communiqué condemning invasion of Ukraine, 10:44 Ukraine’s air defense shoots down six Shahed drones, attack helicopter, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 234 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
15 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 October 2022: 5:28 pm Germany hands over 16 Biber bridge-layer tanks to Ukraine, 2:35 pm Russia kidnaps thousands of Ukrainian children from occupied Kherson Oblast, 2:25 pm two more bodies with traces of torture found in Kharkiv Oblast, 11:48 am Ukrenergo says Russian missile strike hit energy infrastructure in Kyiv Oblast, 11:07 am Russia fires 10 missiles at Zaporizhzhia again, according to Zaporizhzhia Oblast governor Oleksandr Starukh, 7:38 am air raid alerts sound over whole of Ukraine, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 234 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
15 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 15 October 2022: 07.01 BST endemic corruption hampering Russian military progress, says UK MoD, 10.10 BST according to the Kyiv Post, Russia is to enable some warplanes to carry nuclear weapons, 14.34 BST a 34-year-old man from Idaho who fought as a volunteer soldier in Ukraine, died on Tuesday from injuries sustained during a Russian attack in Luhansk, 15.55 BST IMF member countries issued a near-unanimous call for Russia to end its war in Ukraine, 18.13 BST Ukrainian forces have repelled Russian attacks near 11 settlements, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 234 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
15 October 2022 France24 reports on day 234 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 15 octobre 2022: 1h57 les États-Unis vont fournir 725 millions de dollars supplémentaires d'aide militaire à l'Ukraine pour sa défense face à l'invasion russe, 7h à Kherson, les troupes ukrainiennes poursuivent leurs avancées, 7h03 la ville de Lviv face aux coupures d'électricité, 15h05 un dépôt de pétrole a pris feu en Russie après une frappe près de l'Ukraine, selon France24 'Heure par Heure'
16 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 October 2022: 19:00 briefing by 'Media Center Ukraine' about the establishment of a special international tribunal on the crime of Russian aggression, 18:52 invaders shell Zaporizhzhia region’s community with cluster munitions, 18:24 Ukraine’s artillery and missile units perform 160 fire missions in south, 18:00 in Kherson region, invaders growing increasingly demoralized, regional council's Serhii Khlan says, 17:40 Ukraine maintains energy stability amid massive Russian missile strikes, PM Shmyhal says, 17:20 Lithuanian MP says West must send Ukraine interceptor aircraft, early warning radars, 17:00 for Russia, war reaches strategic 'zugzwang', where each move worsens the situation, bringing it closer to the end, according to Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Chief Oleksiy Danilov, 16:39 Kyiv region chief urges residents not to film Ukraine’s air defenses in action, 16:22 Russia continues to lie to population in occupied areas according to disinfo watchdog, 15:58 Iran agrees to provide ballistic missiles to Russia, according to media, 15:42 Ukraine, Türkiye seek to extend Grain Initiative, 15:19 80% of Finns support giving Ukraine heavier weapons, 14:53 four ships with grain leave Odesa ports, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 235 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
16 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 16 October 2022: 6:36 pm time has come for Israel to support Ukraine, as the delivery of Iranian ballistic missiles to Russia impels Israel to deliver military aid to Ukraine, Israeli Diaspora Affairs Minister Nachman Shai wrote on Twitter, saying 'there is no longer any doubt where Israel should stand in this bloody conflict', 5:30 pm Russia losing soldiers at ratio of 1 to 6.5 to Ukrainian losses on southern front, according to Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar, 4:51 pm Belarusian Defense Ministry says nearly 9,000 troops to form Russia-Belarus joint military force, 3:40 pm Russian shelling of Nikopol on October 16 wounds 6 people, hospitalizes 2, 1:21 pm World Bank says poverty level in Ukraine has increased tenfold, as 25% of Ukrainians would be living in poverty by the end of the year and the number could rise to as high as 55% by the end of 2023, 12:33 pm Washington Post reported that Iran plans to send ballistic missiles, drones to Russia, 6:55 am Ukraine's military repels Russian sabotage and reconnaissance group in south, 2:51 am Russian forces rain fire on Sumy Oblast, using artillery, missiles, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 235 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
16 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 16 October 2022: 09.54 BST Russia continues 'massive, forced deportations', says think tank, 12.47 BST 423 children killed since start of invasion, says prosecutor general, 15.47 BST Ukraine has 'maintained energy stability' after Russian attacks last week, says PM, 16.08 BST president Zelenskiy has said a 'very severe' situation persists in the eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions, with the 'most difficult' fighting near the town of Bakhmut, 16.43 BST USA's national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Sunday it was incumbent upon Nato allies and other responsible countries, including China and India, to 'send a very clear and decisive message to Russia that they should not contemplate the use of nuclear weapons in this conflict', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 235 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
16 October 2022 France24 reports on day 235 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 16 October 2022: 3:05pm the gunmen who killed 11 and wounded 15 at a Russian military training camp near the Ukrainian border were from Tajikistan and had opened fire after an argument over religion, 3:05pm Russian forces intensify shelling of strategic eastern city of Bakhmut, according to France24 'Hour by Hour' - 16 octobre 2022: 2:50 les forces ukrainiennes tiennent Bakhmout, affirme Volodymyr Zelensky, 10:13 les troupes russes avancent dans la ville de Bakhmout, à l'est de l'Ukraine, selon France24 'Heure par Heure'
16 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 235 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 16 October 2022: 1:09 one Russian's exhausting ordeal to escape conscription, as a young man escaping on a bicycle to Georgia calls the Ukraine invasion a genocide inside the country, a 'war against our own people', 13:46 two attackers opened fire on recruits in Belgorod who had volunteered to fight in Ukraine, local media report, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates
17 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 October 2022: 20:42 Russian ammo depot destroyed, up to 100 invaders injured in Zaporizhzhia region, 20:19 Russia launched nine missile strikes, 39 air strikes on Ukraine’s territory over past day, 19:38 108 Ukrainian women released from Russian captivity, 19:04 security measures in the capital, a plan to restore damaged infrastructure, 18:54 the ICRC mission's attempts to get to the Olenivka colony, where Russia holds prisoners of war - the reaction of the Ukrainian authorities, 18:37 police show Shahed-136 drone shot down with small arms in Kyiv, 17:53 Iran responsible for murders of Ukrainians, Ukraine's Podolyak says, 16:38 Russians launch missile strike on critical infrastructure facility in Vinnytsia region 16:17 EU sets up military assistance mission to support Ukrainian Armed Forces, 16:00 Reznikov says on Kyiv drone attacks that Russia and Iran unite to spread terror, 15:45 Russian forces kill 14 civilians in Ukraine on Octobrt 16 according to president’s Office, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 236 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
17 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 17 October 2022: 8:57 pm explosions heard in Brovary, Boryspil, Sofiiska Borshchahivka, and videos show explosions in the sky over the towns of Brovary and Boryspil, as well as the village of Sofiiska Borshchahivka in Kyiv Oblast, 6:38 pm surviving victims of Kyiv drone attacks are reporting ‘seeing it turning toward me was terrifying’. 'I heard the whistling sound, at first I thought it was a rocket', Tamara Beruashvili said. 'In five seconds, there was the first explosion. I saw the orange splash'. 'I had a feeling that if they hit this place once, they targeted it (deliberately) and I realized that they will not be satisfied until they destroy the thermal unit ... the Russians don’t fight the army, they kill civilians', 6:01 pm Ukraine to receive first NASAMS air defense systems from USA soon, according to Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 236 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
17 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 17 October 2022: 14.18 BST the number of people killed in a Russian drone strike on a residential building in Kyiv has risen to four according to the latest information from the city’s mayor Vitali Klitschko, as three others were hospitalised, 15.25 BST Ukraine’s foreign minister has called on the EU to impose sanctions on Iran for providing Russia with suicide drones that killed at least four civilians in Kyiv today, 16.13 BST in the eastern region of Sumy, emergency services said four people were killed and several more wounded after rocket strikes targeted energy infrastructure this morning, 17.35 BST a Russian fighter plane has crashed into a residential building in the southern Russian city of Yeysk, near Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 236 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
17 October 2022 France24 reports on day 236 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 17 October 2022: 6:30am several explosions heard Monday morning in Kyiv, exactly a week after Russian missile strikes on the Ukrainian capital, 6:47am Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the resulting economic fallout have thrown 4 million children into poverty across eastern Europe and Central Asia, the UN children's agency said, 7:00am Kyiv was attacked by 'kamikaze drones' early Monday, Ukraine's Andriy Yermak said after several explosions were heard in the central Shevchenkivsky district of the capital, 8:09am on a street in the eastern Ukraine city of Izyum with barely a house still standing, a sign reads, 'people with three small children'. Inside, a young family is trying to find their bearings after surviving the worst of the Russian invasion and occupation, according to France24 'Hour by Hour'
18 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 October 2022: 21:18 risk of Russian nuclear attack against Ukraine low, but NATO preparing for any scenario, 20:48 government adopts visa-free agreement with Guatemala, 20:20 Armed Forces of Ukraine repel Russian attacks in Donetsk, Luhansk, Kharkiv regions, 19:58 Ukraine’s Justice Ministry says assets of Yanukovych, Kurchenko, Deripaska frozen, 19:36 Ukrainian troops destroy Grad MLRS, 3 ammo depots, 20 invaders in south, 18:50 FM Kuleba outlines results of his African tour, 18:32 German IRIS-T already integrated into Ukraine’s air defense, 18:15 Russians attacked more than 400 infrastructure facilities in a week, 17:58 Russian missiles destroy humanitarian aid warehouses in Kharkiv, 17:37 Ukraine’s Intelligence Chief Budanov expects war to end by summer, 16:35 FM Kuleba suggests that diplomatic relations with Iran be severed, 16:04 death toll in Russia’s attack on critical infrastructure in Kyiv rises to three, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 237 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
18 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 18 October 2022: 9:19 pm Nato's Stoltenberg says NATO to send drone defense to Ukraine in coming days, 8:46 pm Iran to sell more drones, missiles to Russia, 8:00 pm General Staff says Russia launches 10 airstrikes against Ukraine over past 24 hours, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 237 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
18 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 18 October 2022: 06.42 BST Russian strikes on Dnipro have hit energy infrastructure causing 'serious damage', according to presidential Office's Kyrylo Tymoshenko, 06.43 BST Russian missile hits apartment building in Mykolaiv, completely destroying one wing of the building in the downtown area, leaving a massive crater, as a fire crew pulled the dead body of a man from the rubble, 08.29 BST Russian strikes again hit critical infrastructure in cities across Ukraine, causing several explosions in an area of northern Kyiv where there is a thermal power station, 09.57 BST president Zelenskiy says 30% of Ukraine's power stations destroyed since 10 October, 10.01 BST the death toll from yesterday’s 'kamikaze' drone attack on a central district of Kyiv has risen to five, according to city's mayor Vitali Klitschko, 10.28 BST Kyiv prosecutor’s office has said that two people have been killed in Russian strikes on Ukraine’s capital, according to Reuters, 12.41 BST two people have been killed and another wounded following missile strikes on an energy facility in Kyiv, 13.25 BST bodies of five children have been exhumed in the city of Lyman, which had been until recently occupied by Russian forces, 14.02 BST Ukraine foreign ministry to submit proposal to cut diplomatic ties with Iran, 14.38 BST German cybersecurity chief Schönbohm sacked following reports of Russia ties, 16.27 BST more than 1,000 villages and towns without power, Kyiv says, 17.07 BST UN commission has found Russian forces were responsible for the vast majority of human rights violations in the beginning of its war in Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 237 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
18 October 2022 France24 reports on day 237 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 18 octobre 2022: 1h00 huit morts en Ukraine, dont quatre à Kiev, après des frappes de drones kamikazes, 5h35 13 morts - dont trois enfants - dans le crash d'un avion militaire russe à Ieïsk, 8h04 l'Ukraine accuse la Russie d'avoir 'enlevé' deux employés d'une centrale nucléaire, 8h31 des installations électriques touchées par trois frappes à Kiev, selon France24 'Heure par heure'
19 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 October 2022: 20:21 Ukraine’s Air Force launches 10 airstrikes on enemy positions, 19:21 to strengthen Ukraine’s air defense Yermak meets with representatives of five EU embassies, 19:09 Russian forces shell community in Kherson region, casualties reported, 18:11 Russian missile strikes infrastructure facility in Ivano-Frankivsk region, 17:55 three people injured in kamikaze drone attack on Chernihiv, 17:36 Greek FM says Russia's attacks on Ukrainian cities are war crime, 17:15 Ukraine’s Air Force downs four out of six Russian cruise missiles and 10 drones, 16:33 Ukraine's Air Force already destroys 12 enemy targets today, 16:13 Russians killed 17 civilians in Ukraine over past day, 15:51 Putin imposes ‘martial law’ in temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine, 15:30 Energoatom says about 50 ZNPP employees held in Russian captivity, 15:07 Ukraine is under massive missile attack, including Vinnytsia region, Kyiv city, Chernihiv region, 13:14 Russians open fire on ambulance cars in Kharkiv region, 12:57 Russia’s Ka-52 attack helicopter downed in Kherson region, 10:24 Russians strike infrastructure facility in Zaporizhzhia region with S-300 missiles, 09:48 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 66,280, 09:37 enemy shells Enerhodar, city partially without electricity, water supply, 09:21 Ukrainian air defense forces shoot down 12 kamikaze drones over Mykolaiv region, 08:59 in occupied areas, invaders loot museums, burn Ukrainian textbooks, General Staff says, 08:42 two districts of Dnipropetrovsk region under enemy fire throughout this night, 08:26 Russians jamming internet, mobile signal in Ukraine’s south to conceal troop movement, 08:03 invaders to forcibly deport Kherson residents en masse, 07:44 Ukraine needs 'much more' weapons, including air defense, aircraft, to counter Russian strikes, special advisor Zaluzhnyi says, 07:18 over 1,600 war crimes registered in liberated areas of Kharkiv region, 07:03 Ukraine’s Air Force launches 15 strikes at enemy positions in country’s south, 06:38 almost 23,000 covid-19 cases confirmed in Ukraine over past week, 06:20 USA State Dept welcomes Musk's move to continue financing Starlink services for Ukraine, 06:00 support for Ukraine in EU 'constantly growing', Latvia’s Parliament Speaker says, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 238 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
19 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 19 October 2022: 8:59 pm Foreign Ministry says martial law in occupied territories 'imposed' to suppress local resistance, 8:40 pm fire breaks out at electric substation in Belgorod, local officials blame 'overload', 6:23 pm Lockheed Martin ready to boost HIMARS production to 96 units per year, 5:24 pm Russian missile hits power plant in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 238 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
19 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 19 October 2022: 05.15 BST hundreds of thousands in Ukraine without water or power, as Putin regime's airstrikes cut power and water supplies to hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians on Tuesday, part of what the Ukrainian president called an expanding Russian campaign to drive the nation into the cold and dark and make peace talks impossible, 14.13 BST Putin declares martial law in four annexed areas of occupied Ukraine, 15.28 BST amid reports Russian regime's Putin could detonate a nuclear warhead over the Black Sea UK warns Putin of 'severe consequences' if he uses nuclear weapons, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 238 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
19 October 2022 France24 reports on day 238 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 19 octobre 2022: 1h53 Moscou aura besoin d'au moins deux ans pour rebâtir son armée, selon le ministre estonien de la Défensev, 8h55 le village de Sviatohirsk, situé au cœur du Donbass, profondément divisé après l'occupation russe, 9h19 l'occupation russe veut évacuer 50 000 personnes de Kherson, 14h09 la défense anti-aérienne a abattu des missiles russes au-dessus de Kiev, 16h25 un responsable régional dénonce la 'déportation' des civils de Kherson vers la Russie, selon France24 'Heure par heure'
20 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 October 2022: 21:18 UK imposes sanctions on Iran over supply of drones to Russia, 21:04 Switzerland preparing new humanitarian aid package for Ukrainians, 20:42 following explosion on Kerch Bridge president Zelensky says Ukraine definitely did not order that, 20:18 Ukrainian military destroyed 15 out of 20 Shahed-136 drones today, 19:40 briefing concerning Russia's attacks on energy infrastructure, 19:38 Zelensky expects Switzerland to support Ukraine’s steps in response to Iran’s complicity with Russia, 19:09 146 bodies recovered at largest mass burial site in de-occupied Lyman, 18:24 video Zelensky, Cassis hold meeting in Kyiv, 18:15 presentation of the music video for the song 'Bullet' by the band 'Khurtovyna', 17:57 General Staff says Russia has fired 154 missiles at Ukraine since October 10, after saying at 17:31 threat of Russian offensive from territory of Belarus growing, 17:14 Economy Ministry calls on Lithuanian business to invest in Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 239 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
20 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 20 October 2022: 8:36 pm USA Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Putin has no interest in 'meaningful diplomacy', 8:16 pm Dutch parliament supports launching special tribunal for Russian crime of aggression, 6:57 pm 146 bodies found at mass burial site in liberated Lyman, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 239 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
20 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 20 October 2022: UK implements new sanctions on Iran for supplying Russia with drones, Ukrainians prepare for hours-long power outages after Ukraine restricted power use, UK sanctions Iran over drones used in Russian attacks, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 239 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
20 October 2022 France24 reports on day 239 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 20 octobre 2022: 1h02 la Russie et l'Iran nient l'utilisation de drones iraniens en Ukraine - mais la population ukrainienne? -, 9h34 la 'tactique de la terre brûlée' menée par la Russie 'ne fait que renforcer la détermination et la persévérance de l'Ukraine et de ses partenaires', a déclaré le chancelier allemand Olaf Scholz devant le Bundestag, selon France24 'Heure par heure'
21 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 October 2022: 0:00 USA can confirm that the UAVs that Russia is using against Ukraine are from Iran and intends to continue working with allies and partners to provide the Ukrainian Armed Forces with the necessary means of defense, 6:16 Ukrainian troops destroy enemy observation post, two ammunition depots in south, 6:34 Ukrainian FM Kuleba, Israelin PM Lapid discuss Ukraine's request for air defense systems, 6:55 156 Russian war crimes registered in liberated territories of Kherson region, 7:47 about 2,000 mobilized Russians arrive in Kherson region, 8:30 bodies of 9 civilians killed by Russians during occupation found in Donetsk region, 9:24 casualties as Russian strike targets Kharkiv-based enterprise, 9:43 Russian military death toll in Ukraine up to 66,750, 10:06 Russian war kills 429 children in Ukraine, 10:38 residential buildings, infrastructure were damaged in Russian missile attack on Zaporizhzhia, 12:13 Russian troops launch missile attack on Kharkiv again, 12:27 Russian forces kill 11 civilians in Ukraine on October 20, according to President’s Office, 13:00 Ukrenergo introduces electricity supply restrictions in Kyiv city and four regions, 13:18 three more people injured in another missile strike on Kharkiv, 13:42 Ukrainian forces shoot down 85% of Iranian-made drones involved in attacks in past two weeks, 14:14 Ukrainian marines eliminate 14 Russian soldiers, enemy tank and IFV, 14:57 250 more civilians evacuated from Donetsk region over past day, 15:20 Bulgaria not planning to evacuate its embassy staff in Kyiv, 16:00 Russians planted mines at Kakhovska HPP back in April, intelligence says, 16:40 Ukraine liberates 88 settlements in Kherson region, 551 in Kharkiv region, 17:20 Ukraine convinced Russia can have no veto right in UN or be part of G20, 18:00 Ukraine asks Energy Community to assess consequences of possible blast at Kakhovska HPP, 18:36 Pentagon chief assures Reznikov of USA commitment to supporting Ukraine, 18:50 EU to provide Ukraine with humanitarian aid to get through winter, 18:57 Russian Su-25 shot down in Mykolaiv region, 19:13 German company sends air defence radars for IRIS-T to Ukraine, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 240 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
21 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 21 October 2022: 9:18 pm Giorgia Meloni named as Italian PM amid speculation about her cabinet's stance on Russia, 7:44 pm industrial enterprise on fire in Belgorod Oblast, Russia, 3:56 pm German minister of state at the Federal Foreign Office said carpet bombings, killings of civilians in Mariupol, Vladimir Putin's denial of the Ukrainian nation's existence, and mass deportation of Ukrainian children to Russia are signs of a genocidal war, 1:16 pm USA State Department reports Russia is exploring supply arrangements with North Korea, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 240 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
21 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 21 October 2022: 15.01 BST Ukraine energy minister says Russia has hit at least half of Ukraine's thermal generation capacity since 10 October, but not all stricken power units have stopped working completely, Ukraine’s energy minister said, 15.24 BST USA pledges 'unwavering commitment' to Ukraine in face of Russian aggression, 15.39 BST UK, France and Germany have called for a UN investigation into accusations that Russia is using Iranian drones in Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 240 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
21 October 2022 France24 reports on day 240 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 21 octobre 2022: 12h11 les pays baltes réclament un tribunal spécial pour l'Ukraine, 15h17 l'UE projette de fournir une aide de 1,5 milliard d'euros par mois à l'Ukraine en 2023, 15h47 l'Ukraine affirme avoir repris 88 localités aux forces russes dans la région de Kherson, 17h17 l'Ukraine réclame une mission d'observation internationale au barrage de Kakhovka, 19h20 Zelensky accuse la Russie de retarder 'délibérément' les exportations de céréales ukrainiennes, selon France24 'Heure par heure' - 16 October 2022: 12:00am Russian, Ukrainian troops prepare for major battle in Kherson, 1:38pm: Ukraine warns Russia planning to destroy a hydroelectric dam in the southern Kherson region, where Ukrainian soldiers have been steadily advancing and Moscow-installed authorities have begun evacuations, according to France24 'Hour by Hour'
22 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 October 2022: 20:22 new Italian foreign minister holds first phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart, 20:03 Russians seizing residential buildings in Novooleksiivka, Kherson region, 19:40 twelve buildings damaged by Russian missile strike in Lutsk, 19:19 Russian troops launched 40 missile strikes on Ukraine on 22 October 2022, according to General Staff, 19:00 Bundestag considering recognizing Holodomor as genocide against Ukrainian people, 18:41 Ukrainian FM Kuleba calls for Russia to be stripped of its seat in UN Security Council due to war crimes in Ukraine, 18:20 Ukrainian forces down Russian missile in Kyiv region with shot from Stinge, 18:00 PM Shmyhal inspects infrastructure facilities being restored in Chernihiv region, 17:42 Russia strikes critical infrastructure to provoke new waves of refugees to Europe, 17:27 Russians launch 36 missiles across Ukraine today, president Zelensky reports, 17:01 three civilians wounded in enemy shelling of Kostiantynivka in Donetsk region, 16:45 British Defense Ministry shows how Ukrainian military undergo training, 16:15 enemy shells Beryslav district of Kherson region, casualties reported, 15:45 Russia’s missile strikes cause serious damage to energy facility in Lutsk, 15:31 almost 1.5M consumers left without electricity after Russia’s missile strikes, President’s Office says, 15:20 Russian Ka-52 attack helicopter downed in Kherson region, 15:00 energy facility in Volyn region hit by Russians second time, 14:40 FM Kuleba urges partners not to delay supply of air defense systems to Ukraine, 14:20 Japan PM says nuclear attack by Russia to be 'act of hostility against humanity', 14:00 four critical infrastructure facilities hit by missiles in southern Ukraine, 13:40 Ukraine’s Air Force destroys 18 Russian cruise missiles, 13:20 Germany hands over another batch of weapons, ammo, winter clothing to Ukraine’s Army, 13:00 another four civilians killed by Russian forces in past day, President’s Office reports, 12:40 In Cherkasy region, Russian drones hit critical infrastructure object, 12:20 scale of today's damage to energy infrastructure may exceed that of October 10-12 strikes, Ukrenergo says, 11:54 two Russian missiles shot down over Chernihiv region, Sumy region, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 241 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
22 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 22 October 2022: 7:53 pm General Staff reported that Armed Forces push Russians out of Charivne, Chkalove settlements in Kherson Oblast, 7:49 pm PM Shmyhal told German newspaper that Russia plunges Ukraine into humanitarian catastrophe by attacking energy infrastructure, 7:28 pm German Chancellor Olaf Scholz explains why he's refusing to send German tanks to Ukraine, telling a newspaper that his government does not want to 'act alone', meaning that other Western countries should also send such tanks if Germany does, 6:05 pm Russian missile strike completely destroys energy facility in Lutsk, Volyn Oblast, 12:30 pm Ukraine's Air Force says it downed 10 kamikaze drones in Mykolaiv Oblast, 11:31 am 18 Russian cruise missiles shot down in Ukraine in one morning, 12 may have reached target, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 241 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
22 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 22 October 2022: 07.20 BST USA secretary of state Blinken says Putin not interested in stopping war, 10.01 BST Russian military forces carried out another missile attack targeting energy facilities in western Ukraine, the country’s power grid operator said today, 11.48 BST Russian shelling causes major power outages in central and western Ukraine, 14.30 BST Russia launches 36 rockets in ‘massive attack’, president Zelenskiy says, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 241 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
22 October 2022 France24 reports on day 241 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 16 October 2022: 3:14p over a million Ukraine households without power after Russian strikes, says presidency, 1:46pm two civilians killed in strikes on Russian region near Ukraine border, says governor, 1:14pm: Iran warns over 'provocative' Ukraine drone claims after European countries urged a UN probe into Iranian drones the West says Russia is using in Ukraine, 7:11am Russian nuke use would be 'act of hostility against humanity', Japanese PM Fumio Kishida warned Saturday, 2:06am France, Britain and Germany called Friday in a letter to the UN for an 'impartial' investigation into Iranian drones the West says Russia is using in the war in Ukraine, according to France24 'Hour by Hour'
22 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 241 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 22 October 2022: 14:39 GMT president Zelenskyy says Russia launched 36 rockets in ‘massive attack’ on Ukraine, 14:12 GMT over a million Ukraine households in Ukraine have been left without electricity following Russian strikes on energy facilities across the country, according to the deputy head of the Ukrainian presidency, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
23 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 October 2022: 07:18 Russian enemy conducting offensive operations near Bakhmut, Avdiivka, according to General Staff, 07:40 Russian enemy troops shelled the Dnipropetrovsk region last night using multiple launch rocket systems and heavy artillery, 08:00 enemy drone downed in Dnipropetrovsk region, 08:40 Ukrainian forces destroy 14 kamikaze drones in Mykolaiv region, 08:58 Zelenska raises issue of air defense for Ukraine at meeting with Germany's first lady, 09:13 bodies of four more killed civilians found in Donetsk region, 09:30 enemy attacks Zaporizhzhia city with drones, S-300 missiles, 09:56 Air Force shot down 16 Iranian Shahed drones overnight, 10:37 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 67,470, 10:54 three people injured in Russian strike on Nikopol, 11:15 Russians killed eight civilians in Ukraine over past day, 11:37 more than 1,250 children already affected by Russian aggression in Ukraine, 13:22 G7 group of industrialized nations has condemned Russia’s kidnapping of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant leadership and called for the immediate return of full control of the facility to Ukraine, 14:00 Ukraine needs most effective air defenses to preserve energy infrastructure, energy minister says, 13:46 Russia must be forced out of Ukraine to prevent era of bloody conflicts, adviser Podolyak says, 14:44 Ukraine’s Army keeps pushing enemy back in Kherson region, 15:00 in Russia’s Irkutsk, a Su-30SM fighter jet crashed in a residential area, destroying a household during a flight test involving a pair of such planes, 15:24 three civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 16:03 six more vessels loaded with agricultural products leave Ukrainian ports, 16:21 law enforcement officers have launched an investigation into Russia’s shelling of the Donetsk region on 23 October 2022, killinh four civilians, 16:39 Minister Galushchenko says 90% of wind energy facilities put out of service due to war, 17:01 artillery, missile units complete about 130 fire missions in southern Ukraine, 17:18 five apartment blocks, detached house suburbs damaged in Russia’s missile attack on Mykolaiv, 17:37 FM Kuleba calls on world to ban RT over genocide incitement, 17:53 hospital damaged in Russia’s shelling of Bakhmut, 19:04 Ukrainian forces repel Russian attacks near number of settlements in Donetsk region, according to General Staff, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 242 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
23 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 23 October 2022: 8:58 pm Ukraine would face difficulties paying pensions, salaries without financial support from Western partners. as - according to PM Denys Shmyhal - defense accounts for around 60% of Ukraine's state expenditures, 7:49 pm ministry says Ukraine's grain exports hindered by Russian sabotage, 7:42 pm General Staff reported that Ukraine’s military on Sunday repelled Russian attempts to advance near Bakhmut, Marinka, Avdiivka, Pervomaiske, Nevelske, Novomykhailivka, and Klishchiivka. Russia launched 25 airstrikes against Ukraine and carried out 30 attacks with multiple launch rocket systems, 7:36 pm Russians abduct 12 children with disabilities from Kherson Oblast, 5:36 pm Iranian drone instructors, officers spotted in Belarus, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 242 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
23 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 23 October 2022: 14.06 BST USA-based 'Institute for the Study of War' assessment includes a quote from a Russian blogger serving in the military, who describes the situation for Russian troops in the Kherson region as 'dire'. Russia has withdrawn its troops from the west of the region and told residents in Kherson city to leave ahead of an expected counteroffensive by Ukraine, 17.14 BST Russian missiles smashed into a suburb of Mykolaiv in southern Ukraine early on Sunday, devastating two apartment blocks, but most residents had already moved away after a similar attack in the vicinity six months ago, 18.56 BST Russia told people in the occupied Ukrainian city of Kherson to flee for their lives as more residents joined an exodus to escape an anticipated Ukrainian counter-offensive, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 242 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
23 October 2022 France24 reports on day 241 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 23 October 2022: Since the start of the Ukraine war, there have been repeated false claims on social media that the entire conflict is being staged. France 24’s fact-checking team debunk the latest example: two videos that show a Russian smear comedian, in Ukrainian army uniform being filmed as he appears to act out a scene on a faked 'battlefield'
23 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 241 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 23 October 2022: 8:45 'Massive' Russian strikes hit Ukraine energy grid, but power was restored in many areas, 14:09 as Ukraine retakes territory, villagers tell the BBC about their precarious survival under Russian rule, the British 'BBC' reports with live updates
24 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 October 2022: 21:20 Russians risk stepping on same rake if they repeat attack from north, 20:56 AFU will get 11 PUMA-LE unmanned aircraft systems, 20:33 Belgium pledges to support Ukrainian energy sector, 20:17 court arrests Motor Sich president for two months, 19:59 Zelensky believes that Israel will still support Ukraine in protecting its sky, 19:43 Armed Forces of Ukraine push back Russian forces in east, 19:16 PM Shmyhal urges to expel Russia from FATF, 18:55 131 bodies already exhumed in liberated territory of Donetsk region, 18:37 Russians strike Kupyansk with S-300 missiles, 18:12 Air Force says Russia used large stockpile of missiles in two weeks, switching to kamikaze drones, 18:05 PM Shmyhal, Scholz discuss Russian threats, blackmail, 17:51 Ukraine offers investors wide ‘menu’ of projects worth $400B, 17:25 PM Shmyhal says investment potential of Ukraine’s agricultural sector is at least $34B, 17:19 Ukrainian forces shoot down two Russian helicopters in just 30 minutes, 17:00 Ukraine calls on world to demand Russia stop artificial delays in inspections of grain ships, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 243 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
24 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 24 October 2022: 8:16 pm USA's Nancy Pelosi says resolute support for Ukraine is bipartisan, 8:01 pm ex-USA ambassador Taylor says Russian war reparations to Ukraine should be in the range of $750 billion to $1 trillion, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 243 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
24 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 24 October 2022: 12.26 BST Ukraine invites UN nuclear watchdog mission to disprove Russian 'dirty bomb' claims, 17.04 BST the USA has no indications that Russia has made any decision to use a nuclear weapon, biological weapon or chemical weapon, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 243 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
24 October 2022 France24 reports on day 243 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 24 October 2022: Couple serves together on Kherson frontline, as he's a commander of a battery of Grad rockets, she's a first aider in his unit. Andriy and Tetiana have been deployed together in Ukraine, where soldiers say many families have several members serving the war effort.
24 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 243 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 24 October 2022: Nato's secretary general has warned Russia over its 'false' claim that Kyiv might use a 'dirty bomb' - conventional explosives laced with radioactive material. Jens Stoltenberg tweeted that the Nato allies 'reject this allegation' and 'Russia must not use it as a pretext for escalation'. Ukraine also condemned the remarks, and president Zelensky said this meant Russia itself could be preparing an attack of this kind, the British 'BBC' reports
25 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 October 2022: 20:20 claim filed with ECHR over Russia's shelling of TV towers in Ukraine, 19:40 Italy not to succumb to Putin's energy blackmail, support for Ukraine to continue according to PM Meloni, 19:20 Kuleba calls on Latin America, Africa, Asia not to believe Russian disinformation on 'dirty bomb', 19:00 Ukraine could need up to $5B a month, IMF chief estimates, 18:40 92% of Ukrainians see human life as highest value, 18:20 questions to Putin at upcoming Valdai forum leaked 17:53 OSCE PA president says Russia must withdraw its troops from Ukraine, 17:36 Crimea will have no water supply for 10-15 years if Russians blow Kakhovka HPP up, Ukraine's Oleksiy Danilov said, 17:17 Armed Forces of Ukraine destroy 13 enemy targets in Kherson region, 16:56 Russia using phosphorus munitions in Donetsk region, 16:38 Turkey calls on Russia to immediately release imprisoned Crimean Tatars, 16:15 Marines destroy two enemy tanks, three ammunition depots, 15:51 Stefanchuk hands over list of necessary military aid for Ukraine to Norwegian Parliament Speaker, 14:20 Czech Republic calls for creation of international tribunal for Russian crimes in Ukraine, 13:58 return of Ukrainian flag to Crimea will mean EU arrival on peninsula, president Zelensky says, 13:40 EU will not allow Russia to paralyze Ukraine with terrorist attacks, 13:21 Russian forces shell civilian car in Kherson region, killing two, 12:40 German chancellor announces '21st century Marshall Plan' for Ukraine's reconstruction, 12:19 Ukraine returns bodies of 25 fallen defenders, 12:00 ten civilians killed in Russian attacks on Ukraine’s territory over past day, 11:46 Kadyrovites’ base destroyed in Kherson region, 40 invaders killed, 60 injured, 11:02 explosion occurs near FSB headquarters in temporarily occupied Melitopol, 10:35 PM Shmyhal, IMF chief Georgieva discuss new cooperation program, donor platform, 10:14 Ukraine Army eliminates about 68,420 enemy troops, 10:01 Stefanchuk, Pelosi meet in Croatia, discuss arms supplies for Ukraine, 09:24 Russian armed aggression affects over 1,251 children in Ukraine, 09:10 Russian forces kill seven civilians in Donetsk region, 08:22 Nikopol district of Dnipropetrovsk region comes under enemy fire overnight, 07:33 Kuleba, Blinken discuss Russian aggression and ‘dirty bomb’, according to USA State Department, 07:11 Ukrainian forces destroy Osa missile system, three ammo depots, 40 invaders in south, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 244 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
25 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 25 October 2022: 8:45 pm UN Security Council will hold closed-door private discussions on October 25 on Russia’s unproven claims that Ukraine has plans to create a 'dirty bomb', CNN reported citing two anonymous UN diplomats familiar with the matter, 7:50 pm General Staff says Russia fires 11 airstrikes on Ukraine over past 24 hours, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 244 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
25 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 25 October 2022: Ukraine fears Russia planning false flag attack amid Kremlin’s ‘dirty bomb’ claims, as Ukraine foreign minister says experts from UN nuclear watchdog will soon arrive in Ukraine and receive full access, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 244 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
25 October 2022 France24 reports on day 244 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 25 October 2022: 1:10pm UK's new PM Sunak vows to support Ukraine to war's 'conclusion', 9:40am USA considering HAWK air defence equipment for Ukraine, Reuters reports
25 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 244 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 25 October 2022: Ukrainian refugees should not return until spring to help ease pressure on the energy system after a wave of Russian attacks. 'The networks will not cope', said Deputy PM Iryna Vereshchuk, 'you see what Russia is doing', and 'we need to survive the winter', as Ukrainian president Zelensky said Russian air strikes had destroyed more than a third of the country's energy sector.
26 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 October 2022: 14:54 208 people remain in Russian captivity in Zaporizhzhia region, 14:34 Stoltenberg warns Russia against lying about ‘dirty bomb’ in Ukraine, 13:54 about 1,000 bodies exhumed in de-occupied territories, 13:36 Armed Forces of Ukraine holding active defense in Kherson region, 13:13 casualties reported as Russia launches 28 strikes on Donetsk region, 12:34 National Guard destroys Russian ammunition depot in east, 12:14 Ukrainian companies participate in defense exhibition in Istanbul, 12:00 Ukraine needs short-range air defense systems for protection against Iranian drones, defense minister Reznikov says, 11:39 Russian invaders kill 11 civilians in Ukraine on October 25, 11:19 PM Shmyhal thanks Poland for readiness to amend legislation to seize Russian assets, 0:20 Israel to present USA with evidence of use of Iranian drones in Ukraine, 09:59 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to nearly 69,000, 08:52 four bodies of those killed during Russian occupation found in Donetsk region, 08:37 two people killed, four injured in Russia’s missile strike on Dnipro, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 245 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
26 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 26 October 2022: 9:16 pm exhumation begins at a mass grave with Ukrainian soldiers in Kharkiv Oblast, 8:50 pm Ukrainian aerospace company allegedly supplied military helicopter parts to Russia during war, 7:48 pm General Staff says Ukraine repels Russian attacks near 11 settlements in Donetsk Oblast, 7:01 pm Ukrainian forces shoot down a Russian helicopter in Kherson Oblast, 6:18 pm Polish Senate recognizes Russian authorities as a terrorist regime, voting unanimously, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 245 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
26 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 26 October 2022: 10.59 BST over the past day, Russian forces have launched five rockets, 30 air strikes and more than 100 multiple-launch rocket system attacks on more than 40 settlements all around Ukraine, 09.45 BST Russia is recruiting Afghan commandos to fight in Ukraine, report says, 07.13 BST a Russian missile attack killed two people in Dnipro, Ukraine’s fourth-largest city, 05.42 BST 'heaviest of battles’ ahead in Kherson, says Kyiv, Russians are ‘replenishing, strengthening’ in Kherson says adviser to Zelenskiy, Biden and Sunak reaffirm commitment to Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 245 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
26 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 245 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 26 October 2022: 17:15 Putin watches first Russian nuclear drill since he began the war against Ukraine, 12:00 Mercedes pulls out of Russian market, 3:22 Norway arrests man accused of being Russian spy, 1:13 South Africa allows entry of sanctioned Russian yacht, 0:42 Democrats retract call for USA's president Biden U-turn on Ukraine
27 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 October 2022: 06:17 Ukrainian troops smash two dugouts with Russian military personnel in south, 06:36 Ukraine’s defenders down 19 Shahed drones, cruise missile, 06:52 Ukraine at UN calls for immediate investigation into Iranian drones supplies to Russia 07:15 Poland wants to help Ukraine restore airports, expand railway links, 07:34 video Russians start demolishing houses in another district of Mariupol, 07:51 Armed Forces of Ukraine repel enemy attacks near seven settlements, 08:14 Russian army shells Zaporizhzhia outskirts, 08:33 Russians killed three civilians in Bakhmut yesterday, 08:55 Russian missile shot down over Dnipropetrovsk region at night, 09:07 Russian troops shell Kramatorsk industrial enterprise overnight, 09:23 Kremlin involves governors into Russia’s security system to avoid criticism - British intelligence, 09:42 Zelensky awards Danish defense minister with Order of Merit, 10:30 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 69,220, 10:15 Ukrainian forces shoot down enemy Ka-52 helicopter, Su-25 attack aircraft, 11:27 Border Guard Service says 29,000 citizens return to Ukraine in past 24 hours, 10:58 Russian forces kill five civilians in Ukraine on October 26, 11:38 Ukraine’s Armed Forces shoot down 18 out of 20 kamikaze drones in past day, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valerii Zaluzhnyi says, 20:37 Russians again shell border areas of Chernihiv region, 20:52 Nikopol comes under MLRS fire, 21:15 morally and politically, Russia already lost war against Ukraine accoring to EU, 21:31 Scholz, Sunak agree to continue supporting Ukraine, maintaining pressure on Putin, 'Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 246 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
27 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 27 October 2022: 9:16 pm exhumation begins at a mass grave with Ukrainian soldiers in Kharkiv Oblast, 8:50 pm Ukrainian aerospace company allegedly supplied military helicopter parts to Russia during war, 7:48 pm General Staff says Ukraine repels Russian attacks near 11 settlements in Donetsk Oblast, 7:01 pm Ukrainian forces shoot down a Russian helicopter in Kherson Oblast, 6:18 pm Polish Senate recognizes Russian authorities as a terrorist regime, voting unanimously, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 246 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
27 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 27 October 2022: 05.22 BST Russian forces reportedly struck the Kyiv region overnight, according to local media reports and regional officials, 05.49 BST Ukraine prepares for bitter urban fighting for Kherson, the largest city under Russian control, that has come closer as Ukraine’s forces have drawn ever closer in their campaign in the south that has seen Russian forces driven back, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 245 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
27 October 2022 France24 reports on day 246 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 27 octobre 2022: 6h01 contre-offensive ukrainienne à Kherson, reportage sur le front avec une unité d'artillerie - 27 October 2022: 6:00am energy crisis sparked by Ukraine war to speed up green transition, says IEA, 8:25am Kyiv prepares to launch counter-offensive on Kherson
27 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 246 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 27 October 2022: 9:56 Shell beats forecasts as profits more than double
27 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 246 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 27 October 2022: Ukrainian president says fierce fighting is taking place in Bakhmut and Avdiivka in the east, as preparations for Kherson battle continue, amid severe power blackouts across the country, Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Kyiv
28 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 October 2022: 06:23 USA plans to send NASAMS to Ukraine early November, defense secretary Lloyd Austin says, 06:39 almost 40,000 Russian war crimes recorded in Ukraine, 07:04 Ukraine Army destroys enemy ammo depots, hangar with enemy equipment in country’s south, 07:20 IAEA to inspect Ukrainian nuclear facilities to refute Russian 'dirty bomb' false claims, 07:44 Middle East countries intimidated from Iran seen as Ukraine’s allies, according to expert Ihor Semivolos, joining UN representative Khrystyna Hayovyshyn's statement at a meeting of the UN Security Council that the investigation into the supply of Iranian drones to Russia should be launched immediately, urging 'all states to consider any possible steps to stop supplies of such UAVs, missiles or conventional weapons from Iran that could be used in Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine', 08:01 Czech ministers to visit Kyiv next week, 08:22 Ukraine ready for enemy provocations in southern operational zone, 09:00 IAEA in talks with Ukraine, Russia on sealing deal on safety zone around ZNPP as soon as possible, Grossi says, 09:16 four civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 09:34 Russians strike Dnipropetrovsk region’s Nikopol district with Grad MLRS, 10:01 enemy fires S-300 missiles at Mykolaiv, 15:57 more than 3,700 citizens evacuated from dangerous regions in past month, 16:24 poll says more than 95% of Ukrainians trust Armed Forces, more than 80% trust president, 16:46 Ukrainian marines destroy enemy ammo depot and tank, 17:04 Zelensky awards Rescuer City title to Prague, 17:24 Russians already destroyed more than 8,000 objects in Mykolaiv region, 17:53 Budget envisages UAH 12.7B for natural gas purchase for winter, 18:20 Russia still refusing to go for all-for-all POW swap - Ombudsperson, 19:00 invaders want to automatically impose Russian citizenship on residents of Zaporizhia region, 19:20 Ukraine officially claims ownership of cathedral in occupied Crimea, 19:40 Kuleba demands from Iranian counterpart that Tehran stop supplying arms to Moscow, 20:00 Zelensky hopes for fruitful cooperation with Italy’s new PM, 20:20 Ukraine’s Embassy in Britain “already working” with British government on Sunak's visit, 21:17 Ukrainian air forces launch 24 strikes on enemy positions, 20:40 Pentagon provides additional defense aid package to Ukraine, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 247 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
28 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 28 October 2022: 9:24 pm strategic highway in Luhansk Oblast ‘almost under Ukraine’s control', 8:38 pm General Staff says Russian forces shell 30 settlements across 4 Ukrainian oblasts, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 247 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
28 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 28 October 2022: 05.22 BST Russian forces reportedly struck the Kyiv region overnight, according to local media reports and regional officials, 05.49 BST Ukraine prepares for bitter urban fighting for Kherson, the largest city under Russian control, that has come closer as Ukraine’s forces have drawn ever closer in their campaign in the south that has seen Russian forces driven back, 14.22 BST at least four people have been killed and 10 wounded in attacks near Zaporizhzhia power plant from Russian troops, as several towns neighbouring the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia power plant across the Dnieper River were hit by shelling, and dozens of residential buildings were damaged and power lines cut leaving thousands without a supply, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 247 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
28 October 2022 France24 reports on day 247 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 28 octobre 2022: 1h25 'les bombardements ne nous briseront pas', dit président Zelensky, après la Russie a mené plus de 8 000 attaques aériennes et tiré 4 500 missiles, 2h10 pour Joe Biden, les déclarations de Poutine sur un éventuel recours aux armes nucléaires sont 'dangereuses', 8h05 'l'objectif des forces ukrainiennes est d'encercler Kherson' - 28 October 2022: 1:10am Ukraine's economy to shrink by almost 32%, says central bank, 06:06am the USA and its Western allies dismissed Russia’s claims that banned biological weapons activities are taking place in Ukraine with USA support, calling the allegation disinformation and fabrications, 9:08am Ukrainian forces are attempting to surround the city of Kherson, saying Russia has been building up its defences and positioning its troops around the city
28 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 247 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 28 October 2022: Ukrainian president says fierce fighting is taking place in Bakhmut and Avdiivka in the east, as preparations for Kherson battle continue, amid severe power blackouts across the country, Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Kyiv
29 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 October 2022: 08:01 Russian army will get strong rebuff if it enters Ukraine through Zhytomyr region, region's governor says, 08:42 enemy shells Dnipropetrovsk region, injuring one, 09:00 Russian kill three civilians in Donetsk region, 09:35 Ukrainian troops eliminate about 20 invaders in Luhansk region, they will never return to execute Putin's orders, 09:53 Russia’s military death toll in Ukraine rises to 70,250, 10:12 over the past day, Russian invaders struck 12 settlements in Zaporizhzhia region, destroying houses and apartments, 10:56 Russians have already injured 823 children in Ukraine, 11:14 Russians shell Kharkiv region injuring three civilians, 11:31 Khort special unit fighters eliminate deputy chief of staff of Wagner PMC, 12:13 Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy enemy mortar crew in south, 3:18 president Zelensky says to students of Yale University 'it is in Ukraine that global fate of democracy will be determined', 13:34 invaders launch strikes on critical infrastructure in Zaporizhzhia again, 14:15 Russia’s missile attack destroys industrial building in Zaporizhzhia, 14:54 Almost 40,500 criminal proceedings opened over crimes committed by Russian army, police says, 15:39 Russians stolen 4M cu m of water from Dnieper since they blew up hydraulic structure in Kherson region, 16:41 Ukrainian marines eliminated 70 invaders, destroyed nine tanks over past week, 17:28 four Russian missile carriers remain combat ready in Black Sea, 17:51 Ukrainian military shoot down Russia’s Iskander-K missile fired at Zaporizhzhia, 18:27 Russian forces withdraw all military equipment from Chornobaivka airfield, 18:41 SBU shows video of release of Ukrainian POWs, 18:58 Ukraine's operation to liberate Kherson may last until late November, intelligence chief says, 19:42 Ukraine waiting for Turkey's, UN's reaction to Russia's statement on its withdrawal from grain deal, 20:19 Ukrainian aircraft launch 17 strikes on enemy positions, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 248 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
29 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 29 October 2022: 7:00 pm FM Kuleba says Moscow uses false pretext to block grain corridor, 6:18 pm Slovenia sends 28 M-55S tanks to Ukraine in exchange for equipment from Germany, 5:17 pm intelligence says more than 1,000 Ukrainians have been returned from Russian captivity since February, 3:09 pm EU freezes 300 billion euros from Russian Central Bank, 1:29 pm Lithuania to repair at least 12 Ukrainian PzH2000 howitzers, 9:52 am the Institute for the Study of War says Russian forces not making significant progress anywhere along front lines, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 248 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
29 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 29 October 2022: 07.27 BST UN chief calls for grain deal to be renewed for global 'food security', 07.43 BST Russia has declared Natayia Sindeyeva, the head of the independent TV channel Dozhd, a 'foreign agent' along with two journalist colleagues, in the latest crackdown on civil society, 6pm (in Ukraine) Russia has reportedly suspended participation in the grain deal to export agricultural produce from Ukrainian ports, as UN secretary general had urged Russia and Ukraine to renew the grain deal, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 248 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
29 October 2022 France24 reports on day 248 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: - 29 October 2022: 10:24am Russia will take into account modernisation of US nuclear bombs in Europe, 5:05pm Russia says suspends participation in Ukraine grain deal - 28 octobre 2022: 12h26 l'attaque de drones sur la Crimée samedi a été la 'plus massive' du conflit, 12h42 17 milliards d'euros d'avoirs russes gelés dans l'UE, 16h55 la Russie suspend sa participation à l'accord sur les exportations de céréales ukrainiennes, 17h43 Elisabeth Borne 'n'accorde aucun crédit' aux propos de l'armée russe accusant Londres d'être impliqué dans les explosions ayant endommagé en septembre les gazoducs russes Nord Stream 1 et 2 en mer Baltique, 17h58 l'ONU appelle à préserver l'accord sur les exportations de céréales après l'annonce russe d'une suspension
29 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 248 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 29 October 2022: Germany can and should lead the way on EU energy solidarity, as a common intervention to offset the cost of high energy prices is the only way to tackle the crisis and stay out of Putin’s trap, according to European Policy Network's Eleonora Poli
30 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 October 2022: 06:12 Ukraine receives 28 M-55S tanks from Slovenia, 15:15 Italy provides Ukraine with two M270 systems, six PzH 2000, about 30 self-propelled howitzers, 15:41 enemy again strikes Chernihiv region from its territory, 16:18 Ukrainians, Iranians, Burmese in New York hold joint rally against tyranny, 16:37 school in Kherson region destroyed with Russian missile direct hit, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 249 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
30 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 30 October 2022: 4:03 pm Polish MFA says Russia has no intention of honoring international agreements, 7:59 pm Russian forces plan to remove its artillery from the Dnipro River's right bank in Kherson Oblast, which includes the city of Kherson, the General Staff reported, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 249 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
30 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 30 October 2022: 09.04 GMT calls grow for Moscow to rejoin grain deal, 13.11 GMT Russia claims to have identified the drones used in Black Sea Fleet attack as USA accuses Kremlin of weaponising food, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 249 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
30 October 2022 France24 reports on day 248 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: - 30 October 2022: 9:35am EU urges Russia to resume role in Ukraine grain export deal, 1:16pm Poland says it and EU partners ready to help Ukraine with goods transportation, 2:54pm NATO calls on Russia to urgently renew Ukraine grain deal, 4:41pm Ukraine says 218 vessels blocked after Russian suspension of grain deal - 30 octobre 2022: 7h11 pas de mouvement pour le transport des céréales ukrainiennes, confirme le JCC, 11h40 Paris demande à Moscou de revenir sur sa décision sur l'exportation des céréales, 15h22 le secrétaire général de l'ONU 'profondément préoccupé' par la situation concernant l'accord sur les exportations de céréales ukrainiennes suspendu par la Russie
30 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 248 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 29 October 2022: Germany can and should lead the way on EU energy solidarity, as a common intervention to offset the cost of high energy prices is the only way to tackle the crisis and stay out of Putin’s trap, according to European Policy Network's Eleonora Poli
30 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 249 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 30 October 2022: 2:59 inside USA military cyber team’s defence of Ukraine, showing a little-known USA team that hunts global adversaries has helped protect Ukraine from cyber attacks
31 October 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 October 2022: 06:22 over 61,000 crimes registered in Ukraine as part of Russian invasion, 06:56 Russians create unlivable conditions in Kherson region, South Operational Command says, 07:14 Ukraine, Turkey, UN agree on movement plan for 16 vessels as part of grain deal, 07:59 Ukraine Army repels enemy attacks near 11 settlements, 08:19 Russians attack Dnipropetrovsk region with MLRS, heavy artillery, suicide drones, 08:50 Russian troops strike critical infrastructure in Zaporizhzhia, 09:01 four civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 09:16 part of Cherkasy region blacked out due to Russian missile attack, 09:37 Russian mobilized soldiers being armed with machine guns in barely usable condition, British intelligence says, 10:00 part of Kyiv left without electricity, water due to Russian strikes on critical infrastructure, 10:19 Ukraine introducing emergency power cuts due to massive Russian shelling, 10:35 over 600 Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine on October 30, Ukraine's General Staff says, 19:00 French MEP says Russian attacks on Ukraine’s infrastructure 'war crimes', urges probe, 19:40 MFA Ukraine calls on world to condemn illegal conscription of Ukrainians in captured areas, 20:00 Restoring energy infrastructure: Twelve countries to supply equipment, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 250 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
31 October 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 31 October 2022: 6:39 pm DTEK says its running out of equipment for power grid repair, 5:18 pm Russian proxies in Crimea announce 'nationalization' of property owned by anyone 'associated with Kyiv', 4:43 pm tycoon Bakhmatyuk calls USA fund Gramercy 'aggressive' for suing him over alleged $1 billion fraud, 3:01 pm thirteen people have been reported wounded as of 11:30 a.m. after Russia attacked Ukraine with at least 50 missiles on the morning of October 31, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 250 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
31 October 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 31 October 2022: 06.49 GMT missile strikes hit dams and other critical infrastructure in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities, 13.56 GMT PM Petr Fiala of the Czech Republic has visited Ukraine, arriving in the capital shortly after it was struck by Russian missiles, saying 'Ukrainians fight not only for their country, but for the whole of Europe. Our support must continue', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 250 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
31 October 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 250 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 31 October 2022: 10:10 GMT Kharkiv mayor says ‘critical infrastructure facility’ hit by Russian missiles
31 October 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 250 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 31 October 2022: Russia has launched more than 50 missiles targeting critical infrastructure across Ukraine, including the capital Kyiv, causing power and water outages, Ukraine says
1 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 November 2022: 09:53 Russia’s military death toll in Ukraine rises to 72,470, 10:35 Russians hit Kramatorsk with 14 rockets at night, 14:12 Zelensky discusses food security with Cambodian PM, 14:42 Ukraine’s Air Force downs six Shahed-136 drones overnight, 15:00 Zelensky, Macron discuss defense capabilities, infrastructure reconstruction, 15:42 giving stage to Putin compromises G20, MFA Ukraine says, 16:23 this year, allies provide Ukraine weapons worth 86% of Russia’s military budget, Ukraine’s UN representative Sergiy Kyslytsya says, 16:40 Belarus authorities reportedly detaining relatives of local volunteers who died fighting for Ukraine, 17:04 Ukraine, Estonia united in fighting Russian propaganda, 18:00 Ukraine could have issues with downing Iranian-made missiles, spokesman for the Air Force Command Yuriy Ihnat said, 18:20 Czech MP says Russian strikes on infrastructure 'war crimes', form of 'genocide', 18:59 Zelensky, Simson discuss Russian energy terrorism as about 40% of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure damaged, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 251 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
1 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 1 November 2022: 7:37 pm despite the Black sea grain deal - in effect since August 1 - enabled 9.3 million tons of agricultural products to be exported from Ukraine, much of which has been crucial for the food security of parts of Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, and despite FM Dmytro Kuleba said that Moscow had used a false pretext to block the Black Sea Grain Initiativ, 'United Nations (?) delegations agreed not to plan any movement of vessels for November 2', 7:17 pm FM Kuleba says Russia's attacks on critical infrastructure part of genocide effort against Ukraine, citimg the 1948 Genocide Convention, saying that it clearly indicates that 'the deliberate influence on the living conditions of a certain group with the aim of its physical destruction, in part or in whole, is genocide', 7:05 pm Forbes Ukraine said Russia spent $760 million on its October 31 mass attack on Ukraine, 4:15 pm Iran to send 1,000 additional weapons to Russia for its war in Ukraine, including ballistic missiles and about 400 kamikaze drones according to CNN, 1:07 pm Pentagon says Ukraine to receive two NASAMS air defense systems in 'very near future', after USA Defense Department announced yesterday that the country would provide Ukraine with eight NASAMS and associated munitions, 12:07 pm meanwhile Russia's attacks kill 1, injure 5 civilians in Mykolaiv, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 251 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
1 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 1 November 2022: 13.24 GMT one person was killed and two were injured last night in Bakhmut, a city under siege for its strategic location in Ukraine’s industrial heartland of Donbas, Donetsk oblast governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said, 13.36 GMT Ukraine MoD says Iran to send more combat drones to Russia this month, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 251 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
1 November 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 251 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 1 November 2022: 07:57 GMT water and electricity supplies have been restored in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, a day after being knocked out by Russian missile raids, the city’s mayor Vitali Klitschkov has said, 09:04 GMT Ukraine’s FM spokesman has demanded that Russia be expelled from the Group of 20 leading economies and that Putin’s invitation to a G20 summit in Bali next month must be revoked, 09:35 GMT water supply restored after missile attack hit critical infrastructure on Kyiv, mayor Vitali Klitschko said
1 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 251 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 1 November 2022: Three more vessels left Ukrainian ports on Tuesday, the UN-led centre co-ordinating the Black Sea grain export deal said, after on Monday 12 ships carrying 354,500 tonnes of food sailed from Ukraine
2 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 November 2022: 06:13 Ukrainian troops destroy 3 enemy Grad MLRS, Tor missile system, 3 ammo depots in south, 06:33 on Thursday, November 3, eight ships with agricultural foodstuffs will move along the 'grain corridor' in the Black Sea, minister Kubrakov says, 06:54 minister Galushchenko says Russia could kill nuclear energy all over the world, 07:19 Ukraine’s aviation launches 33 strikes on Russian troops, 07:56 six kamikaze drones shot down over Dnipropetrovsk region, 08:18 Citizen journalist Ibrahimov losing vision in Russian prison, 08:40 Armed Forces of Ukraine down 12 out of 13 Iranian kamikaze drones at night, 09:15 Ukrainian paratroopers eliminate unit of Russian troops, 11:00 Air defense forces destroy three enemy missiles over Odesa region, 11:37 Russians killed nine civilians, injured 19 more in Ukraine in past day, 15:28 Ukrainian military complete about 100 fire missions in southern Ukraine, 15:53 Twenty-three torture chambers discovered in Kharkiv region, 16:09 Ukraine Army gaining foothold, preparing to liberate territories, according to Defense Deputy Minister Hanna Maliar, 17:53 FM Kuleba says Ukraine warned Iran of consequences of supplying missiles, drones to Russia, 19:13 Armed Forces of Ukraine hit Russian air defense systems in Kherson, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 252 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
2 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 2 November 2022: 2:26 pm Russian military leaders have discussed how and when Moscow might use tactical nuclear weapons in the war in Ukraine, the New York Times reported, citing anonymous U.S. intelligence officials, 12:49 pm at least eight journalists have been killed while reporting on Russia's war in Ukraine since Russian forces started their all-out invasion in February, according to Ukraine's Journalists' Union, 10:06 am General Staff says Russia has lost 73,270 troops in Ukraine since February 24, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 252 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
2 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 2 November 2022: 14.47 GMT Putin says his regime reserves right to withdraw from grain deal again if Kyiv breaks guarantees, 11:21 GMT UK government has put sanctions on two business associates of Roman Abramovich, linked to the Russian steel manufacturer Evraz, as part of restrictions on four Russian oligarchs, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 252 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
2 November France24 reports on day 252 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 2 novembre 2022: 9h45 la Pologne va construire une barrière à la frontière avec le territoire russe de Kaliningrad, 12h27 l'ONU a 'salué le retour de la Russie dans la mise en œuvre (de l'accord) pour faciliter les exportations de céréales et d'engrais', 14h58 des chefs militaires russes ont discuté de l'option nucléaire en Ukraine
2 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 252 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 2 November 2022: Days after Russia suspended support for grain exports through the Black Sea, it has agreed with Turkey to restart its participation in the agreement
3 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 November 2022: 06:20 over 80% of Ukrainian refugees find jobs in the Netherlands, 06:47 Ukraine Army destroys four Russian ammo depots in south operational zone, 07:10 additional power supply limitations enforced in three more Ukrainian regions, 07:48 Greece’s president, defense minister to visit Kyiv, hand over BMP-103 IFVs, 08:11 USA prepared to prevent DPRK from supplying arms to Russia, State Department says, 08:33 over the past day, units of Ukraine’s Defense Forces repelled attacks by Russian troops in the areas of Makiivka, Nevske, and Bilohorivka in Luhansk region; Verkhnokamianske, Spirne, Bakhmut, Mayorsk, Pervomaiske, Novomykhailivka, Vodiane, Pavlivk, and Prechistivka in Donetsk region, 09:24 four civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 11:32 ten civilians killed in Russian attacks on Ukraine’s territory over past day, 11:52 USA ambassador Bridget A. Brink notes Ukraine’s determination in resumption of grain shipments, 13:19 Ukrainian, Indonesian presidents discuss importance of continuing grain initiative, 14:39 Ukrainian forces destroy Russian military boats, barges under Antonivka Bridge, 15:08 Greek president visits Irpin, 15:22 Parliament approves state budget for 2023, 16:18 SBU chief meets with G7 ambassadors, 18:20 Bulgarian Parliament approves arms supply to Ukraine, 19:00 if Russia uses nuclear weapons, it will cease to exist, according to president Zelensky, 20:00 Norwegian MP urges international tribunal to consider whether Russian strikes on infrastructure constitute genocide, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 253 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
3 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 3 November 2022: 8:51 pm USA Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on November 3 that he believes Ukraine can liberate Russian-occupied Kherson saying 'I certainly believe that they have the capability to do that', 6:47 pm Russian troops step up attacks on civilians in occupied Mariupol, arrest locals, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 253 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
3 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 3 November 2022: 18.23 GMT Ukraine 'strongly condemns' the 'deportation' of civilians in Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, calling them 'deportations' and 'war crimes', 17.40 GMT Volodymyr Zelenskiy has confirmed that he will not attend the G20 summit taking place in two weeks in Bali if Putin and the Russian Federation will be participating in the conference, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 253 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
3 November France24 reports on day 253 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 3 November 2022: 7:14am Ukraine’s Energoatom says Zaporizhzhia plant disconnected from grid after shelling, as the power plant has 15 days' worth of fuel to run the generators, 8:28am Ukrainian troops are more than 25km away, at their closest point, from the Russian-occupied city of Kherson, which they are trying to retake
3 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 253 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 3 November 2022: Kyiv residents adapting to night-time power cuts after in recent weeks, Russia has carried out large scale missile and drone attacks on Ukrainian power plants, and as Ukraine's president Zelensky says these strikes have seriously damaged 40% of the country’s critical infrastructure
3 November 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 253 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 3 November 2022: 7:41 GMT Russia’s Ukraine invasion fuelled anti-Semitism, EU report says, 7:50 GMT several grain ships leave Ukraine’s Black Sea ports a day after Russia rejoined a deal to allow exports through the Black Sea, Harry Fawcett reports from Kyiv, as the streets of the Russian-held port of Kherson are virtually empty, as many shops and businesses have been closed, as evacuations have picked up as Ukrainian forces advance to the north and east of the strategic city, and as Ukrainian president Zelenskyy said it was important to stand up to 'crazy Russian aggression that destabilises international trade'.
4 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 November 2022: 6:14 Russian air defense system positions, military equipment clusters struck in southern Ukraine, 07:41 Russian invaders used 68 missiles, 30 suicide drones against Ukraine over past week, 08:24 10M tonnes of grain shipped from Ukraine through Black Sea corridor, according to UN, 08:32 about 160 Russian projectiles fired at Sumy region’s border areas in past 24 hours, 08:59 eight civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 09:31 Iranian kamikaze drone shot down over Lviv region, 10:16 Ukraine’s air defense units down nine enemy kamikaze drones overnight, 10:34 Russia lost 840 personnel, 16 tanks, 28 APVs in Ukraine in past day, 10:57 enemy attacks Mykolaiv with S-300 missiles. Warehouses destroyed, 10 cars burn down, 11:31 Russians killed nine civilians in Ukraine over past day, 19:16 Pentagon announces additional $400M in security assistance to Ukraine, 19:43 seven Russian warships remain combat ready in Black Sea, 20:26 Russians close checkpoints, commandant’s office in Zaporizhzhia region’s Kamianka, General Staff says, 20:38 two enemy Kalibr missiles shot down over Kherson region, Mykolaiv region, 22:51 Russians fire 70 shells and mines at four communities of Sumy region, 23:15 Kuleba welcomes Bulgarian parliament’s decision to provide weapons to Ukraine, 23:56 president Zelensky says Russia lost more people in Donetsk region than in two Chechen wars, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 254 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
4 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 4 November 2022: 12:33 am president Zelensky says 'we are ready for peace, for a fair and just peace', 11:48 Ukraine in critical need of long-range weapons to counter Iranian missiles, 8:05 pm G7 establishes ‘coordination mechanism’ to help Ukraine restore energy, water infrastructure, 5:22 pm economy ministry says number of unemployed in Ukraine to reach 2.6 million by 2023, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 254 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
4 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 4 November 2022: 16.05 GMT the Russian-installed deputy governor of Ukraine’s Kherson region has announced that a 24 hour curfew has been imposed in Kherson city, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 254 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
5 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: Yesterday 19:16 Pentagon announces additional $400M in security assistance to Ukraine, 19:43 seven Russian warships remain combat ready in Black Sea, 20:26 Russians close checkpoints, commandant’s office in Zaporizhzhia region’s Kamianka, General Staff says, 20:38 two enemy Kalibr missiles shot down over Kherson region, Mykolaiv region, 22:51 Russians fire 70 shells and mines at four communities of Sumy region, 23:15 Kuleba welcomes Bulgarian parliament’s decision to provide weapons to Ukraine, 23:56 president Zelensky says Russia lost more people in Donetsk region than in two Chechen wars, 5 November 2022: 6:14 Russian air defense system positions, military equipment clusters struck in southern Ukraine, 07:41 Russian invaders used 68 missiles, 30 suicide drones against Ukraine over past week, 08:24 10M tonnes of grain shipped from Ukraine through Black Sea corridor, according to UN, 08:32 about 160 Russian projectiles fired at Sumy region’s border areas in past 24 hours, 08:59 eight civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 09:31 Iranian kamikaze drone shot down over Lviv region, 10:16 Ukraine’s air defense units down nine enemy kamikaze drones overnight, 10:34 Russia lost 840 personnel, 16 tanks, 28 APVs in Ukraine in past day, 10:57 enemy attacks Mykolaiv with S-300 missiles. Warehouses destroyed, 10 cars burn down, 11:31 Russians killed nine civilians in Ukraine over past day, 15:00 268 National Guard soldiers freed from captivity as part of prisoner swaps, 15:16 first traffic observed on North Korea-Russia railway link in several years, 16:03 Ukraine to keep up tough measures to prevent Iran from supplying drones to Russia, 16:19 Russian forces launch up to ten assault attempts per day in certain areas of Luhansk region, 17:00 Rome, Milan to host rallies for peace in Ukraine, 17:40 Ukrainian forces destroy Russian tugboat near Antonivsky bridge, damaged two more enemy vessels, 18:00 border guards prevent attempt by foreigner to smuggle child out of Ukraine, 18:19 Stoltenberg says NATO supports Ukraine's right to self-defense, 18:55 Russians strike community in Sumy region, destroying private houses, 19:36 Ukrainian troops strike nine targets with missiles, launch three airstrikes on enemy, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 255 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
5 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 5 November 2022: 7:52 pm 'Politico' says Russia hasn’t destroyed single HIMARS in Ukraine, 7:15 pm General Staff says Ukraine hits concentration of Russian troops in Kherson Oblast, 5:10 pm Russian soldier who fought against Ukraine suspected of arson that killed 15 people, according to media, 4:18 pm Odesa mayor, online voters back dismantling monument to Russian empress Catherine II on Odesa's Katerynynska Square, 1:57 pm Moscow regime installs ex-mayor of Russian cities as proxy leader of occupied Mariupol, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 255 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
5 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 5 November 2022: 10.47 GMT Iranian Mullah regime admits sending drones to Russia for first time, 13.25 GMT Russian troops loot Kherson as lines redrawn ahead of final battle for city, 15:17 Nato's Jens Stoltenberg said that 'the risk of Russia using nuclear weapons in Ukraine is not great, but the consequences would be enormous, so we’re taking it very seriously - there are no winners in a nuclear war', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 255 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
5 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 255 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 5 November 2022: 17:19 Ukraine anger as Iran admits supplying drones, as western officials also believe Russia is using Iranian drones to target Ukrainian infrastructure, 2:05 a BBC investigation finds that Ukrainian soldiers and pro-Ukrainian activists are being targeted on Telegram, 1:13 a Ukrainian woman suffered months of poor treatment and conditions while pregnant in a Russian prison
6 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 November 2022: 16:20 Russians damage 1,100 medical facilities across Ukraine, 16:40 Kyiv authorities deny mass evacuation rumors, 17:00 Marines eliminate seven Russian troops, destroy tank, three artillery guns, 17:20 outbreak of diseases among mobilized Russians in Belarus, according to intelligence, 17:40 almost 90% of all taxes, fees in 2023 to cover army, security expenditures, PM says, 18:39 Kherson, ten other settlements in Kherson region blacked out as Russians damage power line, 19:00 Ukrainian defenders destroy Russian ammunition depot in Kherson region, 19:19 Ukrainian aircraft strike enemy positions 18 times on Sunday, 20:01 Czech foreign minister believes Russian leadership will face tribunal, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 256 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
6 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 6 November 2022: 7:14 pm Russia shelled the Vorozhba settlement in Sumy oblast 72 times on November 6, killing a 62-year-old woman and wounding another, according to Sumy Oblast Governor, 6:10 pm EU Commission to propose monthly package of up to 1.5 billion euros to Ukraine for 2023, 12:20 pm Governor says Russian forces killed 1, injured 3 civilians in Donetsk Oblast, 10:30 am Russian missile attacks on Zaporizhzhia destroyed a two-story commercial building, killing one civilian, 7:45 am General Staff says Ukraine repels 14 Russian attacks in Kharkiv, Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia oblasts over past 24 hours, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 256 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
6 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 6 November 2022: 15.16 GMT president Zelenskiy discusses macro-financial aid with EU Commission president, 14.32 GMT mayor of Kyiv tells residents to prepare for the worst, warning residents that if Russia keeps striking the country’s energy infrastructure they must prepare for having no electricity, water or heat as temperatures drop below freezing, 12.07 GMT Ukrainian authorities say Russian forces intensify strikes in eastern Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 256 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
6 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 256 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 6 November 2022: 8:36 Ukrainian refugees facing an uncertain future could be helped through a scheme in Wiltshire with the council buying homes to lease to them, 17:08 Kyiv mayor warns of evacuations if power lost, 21:11 president Zelensky accuses Iran of lying over Russia support
6 November France24 reports on day 256 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 6 novembre 2022: Le barrage hydroélectrique de Kakhovka dans la région ukrainienne de Kherson occupée par les forces russes a été 'endommagé'
6 November 2022 'Al Jazeera' reports on day 256 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 6 November 2022: 17:54 GMT Ukraine says Russia destroying civilian ships on river in southern standoff, 17:26 GMT Ukraine ‘will stand’ despite Russian attacks on energy infrastructure, 16:31 GMT Wagner Group to create paramilitary training centres on the Ukrainian border, 15:43 GMT EU sends 500 power generators to Ukraine, 14:15 GMT concerning the battle of Bakhmut, Russians say they have entered the city, 'Al Jazeera' reports with live updates
7 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 November 2022: 20:22 Ukrainians will not stop until they reach 1991 borders, 20:02 Berlin sees Ukraine's, not Russia's readiness for talks, 19:43 enemy launched 12 air strikes on Ukraine on Monday, General Staff reports, 19:22 Ukrainian ambassador, Romanian PM discuss security situation amid Russia's aggression, 19:01 nationalization of five strategic companies will help ensure defense needs, 18:40 Ukraine to be priority during Japan's G7 presidency next year, 18:19 Ukrainian paratroopers destroy enemy equipment, crew in Luhansk region, 17:45 PM Shmyhal reports five alienated enterprises to work 24/7 to meet defense needs, 17:19 new IMF mission to start work on Ukraine from November 11 according to NBU Governor, 16:52 Ukrainian military destroy two enemy tanks, three IFVs in Donetsk region, 15:38 Russian invaders destroy kindergarten with Grad MLRS in Kherson region, 15:00 Russia has nearly 120 Iskander missiles left in stock according to intelligence, 14:20 two Russian warships denied entry into the Black Sea by Türkiye, according to media, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 257 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
7 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 7 November 2022: 7:02 pm Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to the head of Ukraine’s presidential office, said 'Ukraine has never refused to negotiate' with Russia, but that Russian president Vladimir Putin is not ready to do so, and Kyiv 'will talk with the next leader' of the Russian Federation, 4:15 pm satellite images show over 1,500 new graves near occupied Mariupol according to the BBC, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 257 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
7 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 7 November 2022: 13.50 GMT Ukraine claims Russia occupying empty Kherson homes with troops in civilian clothes, 13:07 GMT Russia denies reports naval infantry unit lost hundreds of men in eastern Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 257 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
7 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 257 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 7 November 2022: 2:32 Mariupol residents described the heartache of not knowing where their family members are buried, as Mariupol mass burial sites grow, 13:20 Kremenchuk is among the worst-hit cities and Ukrainians say Russia's tactics only make them angrier, 15:15 West urged to step up Ukraine air defence support, 16:25 artist's Oleksandra Novatska fled the Ukraine with her daughter Anna and ended up in Dumfries, and now tells story of fleeing war in Ukraine
7 November France24 reports on day 257 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 7 novembre 2022: 9h à Kiev, des coupures de courant programmées pour éviter un un blackout total, 11h59 l'Ukraine dit avoir reçu de nouveaux systèmes de défense antiaérienne, 15h19 l'État ukrainien prend le contrôle de plusieurs entreprises d'importance stratégique, 16h21 l'Ukraine accuse la Russie de pillages à Kherson, selon Jean-Paul Palomeros de l'OTAN
8 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 November 2022: 20:57 Ukrainian president Zelensky says there can be no effective climate policy without peace on Earth, 20:37 USA to provide $25M in winterization assistance to Ukraine, 20:15 Ukrainian air forces launch 16 strikes, as Russian command posts, air defense systems hit, 19:43 enemy headquarters destroyed in Melitopol district, 19:16 Russians open fire on Kherson region with MLRS, casualties reported, 18:58 Ukraine produced 10 bcm of natural gas over nine months despite war, PM Shmyhal says, 18:34 Ukrainian marines destroy two enemy tanks, five IFVs, one UAV, 17:36 PM Shmyhal says situation in Kyiv is now far from announcing evacuation, 17:15 Russians building up near Kakhovka HPP, 16:55 MP Merezhko says Iran becomes accomplice in Russian aggression against Ukraine, 16:33 FM Kuleba plans to go on second African tour next year, 15:16 three more bodies of civilians killed by Russians found in Kherson region, 14:02 no Russian parts found in Iranian Mohajer drone according to Ukrainian intel, 12:18 Ukraine returns bodies of 38 defenders to their families, 12:00 Russians kill seven, wound 10 civilians in Ukraine on Monday, 11:44 Ukraine exports $3.8 B worth of goods in October according to economy ministry, 11:18 Russia fortifying positions around Mariupol, near Kherson according to British intelligence, 11:00 Russian military death toll in Ukraine up to 77,170, 10:20 Ukraine’s foreign reserves up to $25.2B in October according to NBU, 10:03 USA support for Ukraine to remain 'unwavering' after midterm elections, government says, 09:39 Ukraine, Slovakia have potential to expand energy cooperation, ministry says, 09:21 Putin's 'abhorrent war' in Ukraine on reason to go slow on climate change, UK's PM Sunak says, 08:56 Russians killed three civilians in Donetsk region yesterday, 08:32 invaders attack village in Zaporizhzhia region with S-300 missiles, 08:15 night attack on Nikopol as Russians damage dozen houses, 07:53 Belarus, Russian Federation forming group of troops, 07:31 FM Dmytro Kuleba repeated his call to boycott international companies that remain working in the Russian Federation and funding Russian war crimes, 07:13 Pentagon chief discusses supporting Ukraine’s air defense with Italian colleague, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 258 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
8 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 8 November 2022: 9:33 pm Russian troops hit the city of Kramatorsk in Donetsk Oblast on November 8, wounding an eight-year-old boy and damaging a local school and residential buildings, 7:10 pm Ombudsman says Russia’s war has killed nearly 8,000 civilians in Ukraine, including 430 children, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 258 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
8 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 8 November 2022: 15:15 GMT Ukrainian PM Denys Shmyhal says no reason to evacuate any city not near frontlines, as government refuses to negotiate until Russian troops have left its territory, 10.48 GMT Ukrainian president Zelenskiy will take part in the G20 summit in Bali next week, most likely attending virtually, his spokesperson told the Suspilne public broadcaster, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 258 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes - 7 November 2022: Survivor tells of being abandoned to attack near Makiivka, as anger grows in Russia over death toll from war, as Russian conscripts say hundreds killed in attack
9 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 November 2022: 06:00 in Ukraine’s South, defense forces destroy four Russian tanks, hit enemy air defense systems, 06:23 Disney finally closing office in Russia: most employees already fired, 06:41 Russians suffering massive losses in Bakhmut, Avdiivka directions according to Ukraine Army spokesman Serhiy Cherevatyi, 07:20 maximum restrictions on power supply to be introduced in several regions of Ukraine on Wednesday, 07:37 EU's Luxembourg freezes EUR 5.5B of Russian assets, 08:04 Ukraine Army destroys Russian base near Skadovsk, HQ near Melitopol, 08:26 three more bodies of civilian victims found in liberated areas of Kherson region, 09:02 only 69 Ukrainian children deported by Russia retuned home, minister Iryna Vereshchuk says, 09:16 four civilians injured as enemy kamikaze drones attack Dnipro, 09:50 Russian forces kill three civilians in Donetsk region over past day, 10:00 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 77,950 - persons who came to kill inncocent people, but will never come back to hold Putin accountable, 09:16 four civilians injured as enemy kamikaze drones attack Dnipro, 09:50 Russian forces kill three civilians in Donetsk region over past day, 10:25 Air defense forces destroy enemy Kh-31 missile over Odesa region, 10:46 Ukrainian paratroopers down Russian Orlan-10 UAV, 11:05 Russian forces strike Zaporizhzhia region more than 80 times in past day, 12:20 East Europe preparing for possible new Ukrainian refugee wave as winter nears, Reuters reports, 12:39 Ukraine's air defenses shoot down five Shahed-136 drones, 13:00 Ukraine calls on US to impose sanctions on Russian metallurgy, 13:19 Russian forces kill nine civilians in Ukraine in past day, 16:46 NSDC Secretary calls on the West to increase military support, saying we are looking for all types of weapons, 19:20 Russia used over 400 Iranian Shahed-136 drones against Ukraine, 18:37 One killed as enemy rocket hits residential building in Nikopol district, 19:38 too early to talk of Russian withdrawal from Kherson, according to Podolyak, 20:16 NATO chief praises training of Ukrainian military in UK, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 259 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
9 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 9 November 2022: 7:03 pm Russian troops strike Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, killing 1 citizen, 5:07 pm top Russian collaborator in Kherson Oblast reportedly dead, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 259 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
9 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 9 November 2022: 13.37 GMT Russian-installed official in Kherson region dies in car crash according to agencies, 15.14 GMT the main bridge on a road out of Kherson city was blown up, bringing more turmoil to a Russian-held area where Ukraine’s forces are advancing, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 259 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
9 November France24 reports on day 256 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 9 novembre 2022: 17:30 Kiev a dit ne voir 'aucun signe' à ce stade de retrait des forces russes de Kherson, principale ville occupée par les Russes depuis le début de son invasion et cible depuis plusieurs semaines d'une contre-offensive de l'armée ukrainienne, après le ministre russe de la Défense a ordonné à ses troupes de quitter Kherson, 15h08 Volodymyr Zelensky salue l'aide de 18 milliards d'euros de l'UE pour l'Ukraine, 7h15 l'Ukraine va alerter le G20 sur les transferts d'enfants vers la Russie
10 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 November 2022: 06:12 UK to provide 1,000 surface to air missiles to Ukraine, 06:48 France to deliver six more Caesar howitzers to Ukraine in coming weeks, 07:08 in southern Ukraine AFU eliminate over 100 occupiers, column of enemy equipment, ammo depot, 07:54 enemy conducting offensive operations in Bakhmut, Avdiivka directions, 08:15 woman injured in Russian shelling of Dnipropetrovsk region, 08:32 Russian forces kill three civilians in Donetsk region over past day, 08:56 lLoss of Kherson to prevent Russia from creating land corridor to Odesa, 09:28 enemy fires S-300 missiles at Zaporizhzhia region’s Vilniansk, 09:57 Ukraine Army eliminates about 78,690 enemy troops, 10:22 Naftogaz expects to expand cooperation with British energy companies, 10:55 president Zelensky hopes support from USA continues after midterms, 11:24 FM Kuleba meets with ASEAN Secretary-General, 11:36 ten civilians killed in Russian attacks on Ukraine’s territory over past day, 11:53 two Russian Granat-3 UAVs shot down over Odesa region, 12:15 Russians hit civilian objects in Donetsk region at night, casualties reported, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 260 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
10 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 10 November 2022: 12:06 pm Ukraine liberates Snihurivka in Mykolaiv Oblast, as soldiers published a video saying that the settlement had been liberated by the forces of the 131st reconnaissance battalion, 10:12 am General Staff reports that Russia has lost 78,690 troops in Ukraine since February, 10:04 am Russia's attacks kill 3 Ukrainians, injure 12 in Donetsk Oblast, 7:57 am ISW says battle of Kherson not over as Russian forces enter new phase, 6:24 am while speaking at the Economic Club of New York on November 9, USA general Mark Milley said more than 100,000 Russian soldiers have been 'killed and wounded' in Ukraine, 5:09 am Wall Street Journal reports that USA refuses to provide Ukraine with advanced drones, 2:44 am UK to provide 1,000 additional surface-to-air missiles to Ukraine, 12:46 am Bloomberg reports Russian dictator Vladimir Putin to skip G-20 summit to avoid potential confrontation with world leaders, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 260 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
10 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 10 November 2022: 06.46 GMT Russia’s loss of Kherson’s west bank will likely prevent its forces from achieving their strategic aspiration of a land bridge reaching Odesa, according to the UK Ministry of Defence, 10.41 GMT a senior Ukrainian official has warned that Russia is booby-trapping the city of Kherson, accusing them of trying to turn it into a 'city of death', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 260 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
10 November France24 reports on day 260 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 10 novembre 2022: 6:32 les autorités ukrainiennes se montrent circonspectes après l'annonce par la Russie du retrait de ses forces de Kherson, s'attendant à devoir continuer à se battre pour conquérir cette capitale régionale prise par le Poutine regime au début de son offensive, selon correspondant Gulliver Cragg, 7h25 Amnesty international dénonce des transferts de civils ukrainiens en Russie, 11h35 des soldats ukrainiens annoncent la reconquête d'une localité près de Kherson
10 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 260 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 10 November 2022: 10:20 the most senior USA general estimates that around 100,000 Russian and 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed or injured in Putin's war in Ukraine, as general Mark Milley, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, also suggested that around 40,000 civilians had died after being caught up in the conflict, after on 9 November UK defence secretary said Russia 'losing slowly'
11 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 November 2022: 06:17 Russians attack critical infrastructure facility in Vinnytsia region, 06:44 Russian invaders hastily pack into boats, flee across Dnieper in southern Ukraine, 07:13 health ministry reports that over 950 facilities damaged, 144 destroyed by Russian invaders, 07:39 four civilian bodies exhumed in Kharkiv region, 08:06 defense minister Reznikov says Russia would need at least a week to withdraw troops from Kherson, 08:15 Ukraine Army liberates 12 settlements in Kherson region, 08:33 EU urges Russia to extend ‘grain deal’, 08:54 two civilians killed in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region, 09:40 blast hits home of Melitopol collaborator, 09:59 in Ukraine, 829 children injured amid war, 10:23 Ukraine’s Defense Forces eliminated more than 700 invaders on Thursday, bringing Russia’s total military death in Ukraine to nearly 79,400, 10:42 large-scale emergency power outages enforced in Kyiv,

11:04 president Volodymyr Zelensky congratulated Poland on Independence Day, delivering an address in Polish, using 104 words, as many years ago Poland restored its independence,

11:22 SBU identifies Russian general who coordinates subversive groups in eastern Ukraine, 11:44 IMF mission launches work in Ukraine, 11:45 in Kherson, section of Antonivsky bridge collapses according to social media, 12:00 in Mykolaiv the number of victims of the Russian missile attack has increased to six, while three people were reported as injured, 15:54 Russians again shell border areas of Chernihiv region, 16:34 1,183 Ukrainians have returned from Russian captivity since full-scale war started, 17:11 remains of civilians with skull fractures discovered in liberated Kherson region, 17:32 Armed Forces of Ukraine strike enemy personnel, equipment clusters in south, 17:55 Russians continue trying to enter Bakhmut despite huge losses, 18:21 Ukraine builds reinforced concrete fence on border with Belarus, 19:54 Ukrainian forces reach right bank of Dnieper in certain areas of Kherson region, 20:23 PM Shmyhal says Ukraine expands water area of Danube ports, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 261 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
11 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 11 November 2022: 8:38 pm General Staff says Ukraine’s military hits Russian control point in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, 7:44 pm Japanese volunteer killed in Ukraine according to Japanese media, 6:27 pm civilian bodies found in liberated parts of Kherson Oblast, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 261 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
11 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 11 November 2022: 11.30 GMT Ukrainian army arrives in centre of Kherson city, as at 17.42 GMT president Zelenskiy: 'Kherson never gave up on Ukraine' released a statement saying it was a 'historic day', that the people in the southern city 'never lost hope', 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 261 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
11 November France24 reports on day 261 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 11 novembre 2022: 4h39 l'armée ukrainienne entre dans Kherson, 15h17 Kiev salue sa victoire à Kherson mais appelle à la prudence, 18h21 Kherson est 'à nous', se félicite Zelensky après le retrait russe, selon correspondant Gulliver Cragg
11 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 261 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 11 November 2022: 7:40 widower Ivan Kalinina, now living in Wales' Porthcawl town, lost his wife Irina and baby son in the Mariupol hospital bombing on 9 March, recalls the day his wife was killed in Russia's Ukraine war
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11 November 2022 Wales together with other countries honours the fallen victims of German empire's World War I: 11:09 Wales - together with other countries around the world - honours the fallen victims of German empire's World War I 1914-18 on 104th Armistice Day
11 November 2022 but in Germany carnival kicked off on Friday with tens of thousands celebrating: 11 November 2022: But in Germany carnival kicked off on Friday with tens of thousands celebrating in Cologne, while other Karneval strongholds also held events, as this German event starts every year on this date at 11:11 am, and stretches into February or March, when colourful parades spill into the streets. Cologne’s Kölsch beer was being sold in some areas, because German people are known to start drinking alcohol early on in the day, as other areas – including Mainz, Bonn, Düsseldorf – are also marking the occasion
12 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 November 2022: 06:22 Ukrainian forces strike Russian HQ in Kherson region, kill over 30 invaders, destroy two tanks, 06:43 French, British foreign ministers reaffirm strong support for Ukraine, 06:57 Macron congratulates Ukrainians on recapture of Kherson, 07:18 Ukrainian forces repel enemy attacks near 14 settlements, 07:41 Lithuanians raise $250,000 for naval drone for Ukraine, 07:56 enemy shells Dnipropetrovsk region with Grad MLRS, heavy artillery, according to Ukraine's Deputy PM Fedorov, 08:20 Invaders kill two civilians in Donetsk region, 08:43 Ukraine not considering talks with Russia to end war, top prosecutor says, 09:00 British intelligence says Russia's pullout from Kherson began on October 22, 09:15 enemy shells civil infrastructure in Zaporizhzhia region, 09:39 More than 43,000 criminal proceedings launched over crimes committed by Russian army, according to police, 09:48 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 80,210, 12:14 8 civilians killed in Russian strikes on Ukraine in past day, 13:32 new sector of mass graves appeared at cemetery near Mariupol, 16:00 Ukraine’s Navy forces report on losses inflicted on enemy over week, as artillery and other units of Ukraine's Naval Forces over the past week liquidated more than 159 Russian invaders and destroyed 16 tanks, two anti-aircraft missile systems, and four drones, 16:20 military hospitals in Russia overloaded with WIAs among freshly mobilized soldiers according to intelligence source, 18:16 298 more civilians evacuated from Donetsk region, 18:31 Ukraine’s Armed Forces strike enemy positions in south, 18:55 Ukraine, Estonia foreign ministers coordinate steps to create special tribunal, 19:15 region’s governor, national police, SBU already working in Kherson, 20:13 Ukrainian aircraft launch 11 strikes on enemy, targeting three air defense positions, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 262 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
12 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 12 November 2022: 8:07 pm Ukrainian local authorities resume work in Kherson after liberation, as both the Kherson Oblast and city governments returned to the city on November 12, 6:58 pm Zaporizhzhia City Council Secretary Anatolii Kurtiev said that explosions were heard in Zaporizhzhia as Ukraine’s air defense systems intercepted Russian missiles on November 12, 6:20 pm intelligence reports Russia, Iran prepare deal for ballistic missile supplies, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 262 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
12 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 12 November 2022: Russian state news agency says Henichesk declared temporary administrative capital after Kherson city taken by Ukraine, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 262 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
12 November France24 reports on day 260 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 12 novembre 2022: Dmytro Kouleba affirme que 'la guerre continue' après le succès de son pays, mais les autorités déconseillent aux habitants ayant fui au début de la guerre de revenir dans la région dans l'immédiat, l'envoyée speciale Taline Oundjia décrit la situation à Kherson après la victoire militaire ukrainienne
12 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 262 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 12 November 2022: 5:39 Ukrainians celebrate recapture of key city Kherson, but Ukraine's foreign minister says the 'war goes on', 15:22 Ukrainian forces receive rapturous welcome in Kherson, 15:57 footage verified by the BBC shows an explosion on Ukraine's Nova Kakhovka dam
13 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 November 2022: 06:12 Defense Forces eliminated 40 invaders in south in past day, 06:34 invaders continue destroying Mariupol to erase traces of crimes, according to city council, 06:50 Guterres wants peace between Ukraine and Russia only based on UN Charter, 07:17 Russia keeps 18 ships, including missile carrier, in Black Sea, 07:42 tension between local and Russian military rising in Belarus, 07:49 two women injured in strike on Nikopol district, 08:18 Ukrzaliznytsia works towards restoring link with Kherson, 08:50 Russians killed two residents of Donetsk region in past day, 09:17 Ukraine Army eliminates about 80,860 enemy troops, 09:49 ideological fracture igniting in Kremlin after Russia’s withdrawal from Kherson, ISW reports, 10:05 Russian armed aggression affects over 1,260 children in Ukraine, 10:47 Russians strike village in Zaporizhzhia district with MLRS, houses damaged, 11:29 Ukraine, USA announce cooperation on Clean Fuels from SMR pilot project, 14:22 Ukraine's Marines eliminate eight Russian invaders in past day, 14:36 Russian troops have brutally gang-raped 12-year-old girl in eastern Ukraine, 15:00 British intelligence explains why military training returns to Russian schools, 15:55 Russia closes passage to ships sailing into Sea of Azov, 16:12 marines raise Ukrainian flag in Kherson region’s Lvove, 16:38 UkrLandFarming’s base worth $270M robbed by Russians in Kherson region, 16:54 National Guard members destroy enemy tank, two IFVs in Donetsk region, 17:14 Mykolaiv residents to receive water after demining and repair works in Kherson region, 17:31 health facilities come under enemy fire in Donetsk region’s Toretsk, 17:52 Russians launch artillery strikes on border areas of Sumy region, Chernihiv region, 18:04 179 settlements de-occupied in southern Ukraine over past week, 18:18 Ukraine’s Air Force strikes enemy equipment buildups in Kakhovka district, 18:40 Ukrainian mobile communication restored in Kherson, 19:11 video Ukrainian paratrooper has already downed more than 15 Russian drones, 2 helicopters, 19:36 Russians going on offensive in three directions of Donetsk region, 19:55 photos Luxembourg sends 3D scanners to Ukraine to help uncover Russian war crimes, 20:14 General Staff says Ukrainian aircraft launch 16 strikes on enemy today, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 263 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
13 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 13 November 2022: 8:22 pm Southern Command reports Ukrainian army liberates almost 180 settlements in the south within a week, 6:42 pm General Staff says Russia amasses troops near Melitopol in Zaporizhzhia Oblast, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 263 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
13 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 13 November 2022: Kherson mayor warns of ‘critical’ water shortages after Russian forces destroyed key infrastructure, as Roman Holovnia said the humanitarian situation in the liberated city is ‘severe’ with a lack of medicine and bread, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 263 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
14 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 November 2022: 06:00 Ukrainian Air Force hits four enemy clusters on Dnipro’s left bank, 06:16 Russian forces moving from Kherson region to Mariupol area, 06:42 in the Black Sea off the Crimea coast Russia keeps 12 warships on combat duty, no Kalibr carriers among them, 07:07 Latvia’s president calls for setting up special tribunal for Russia, 07:23 Ukrainian, Iranian communities rally outside Russian embassy in Canada, 07:44 Russian military in de-occupied Kherson region trying to hide among civilians, according to defense secretary Oleksiy Danilov, 08:00 Russian forces commit nearly 46,400 war crimes in Ukraine since war-start, 08:43 Oleksiy Danilov asks Ukrainians not to return to their homes in deoccupied Kherson region just yet, 09:00 some 40 invaders eliminated, ten military trucks destroyed in Kherson region, 09:18 Ukrainian forces liberate 12 settlements in Luhansk region, 09:37 Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 81,370, 11:01 New Zealand to send 66 personnel to UK to train Ukrainian soldiers, 11:51 Ukrainian president visits Kherson, 12:19 Russia not in position to impose its terms - MFA of Ukraine, 12:44 in Poland, 'Person of the year' title goes to all citizens helping Ukrainians, 13:03 Lithuania to hand Ukraine Tampella heavy mortars, 15:46 president Zelensky says in Kherson despite hard battles, Ukraine liberates occupied territories, 16:44 Canada to provide CAD 500M in additional military assistance for Ukraine, 17:16 Sumy region’s community comes under enemy fire, five houses damaged, 17:34 minister Marchenko says Ukraine’s GDP to cut by 33-35% due to Russian invasion, 17:53 bodies of farmers killed during Russian occupation found in Kherson region, 19:37 General Staff reports enemy launched two missile attacks, 16 air strikes on Ukraine on Monday, 19:59 humanitarian assistance from international organizations delivered to Kherson, 20:15 Ukrainian, Israeli defense ministers discuss bilateral cooperation, Ukrinform' reports with live updates on day 264 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
14 November 2022 Kyiv Independent's daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 14 November 2022: 8:50 pm EU's Borrell says despite Russia’s defeat in Kherson, it still has resources to destroy Ukraine’s infrastructure, 8:34 pm General Staff says Russian troops to evict civilians from three occupied settlements in Luhansk Oblast, The Kyiv Independent's daily news reports with live updates on day 264 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
14 November 2022 British newspaper 'The Guardian' reports with live updates: 14 November 2022: USA and Chinese presidents agree nuclear war ‘should never be fought’, as president Zelenskiy says 'we are moving forward', visiting newly liberated Kherson, 'The Guardian' reports with live updates on day 263 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes
14 November 2022 British 'BBC' reports on day 264 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 14 November 2022: 17:25 'Difficult path' ahead, presidemt Zelensky says in Kherson, after Ukraine's troops liberated the regional capital on Friday, in March taken by Russia's Putin regime, 2:07 Russia guilty of war crimes in Kherson according to president Zelensky
14 November France24 reports on day 264 of the invasion and Putin's war crimes: 14 novembre 2022: 13h27 l'Ukraine a payé un 'prix élevé' pour reprendre Kherson, a affirmé le président Volodymyr Zelensky, lors d'une visite surprise dans cette ville du sud du pays libérée il y a trois jours, 17h42 de nouvelles sanctions américaines contre les chaînes d'approvisionnement de l'armée russe et des réseaux financiers liés au Kremlin
15 November 2022 'Ukrinform' daily news of Russian regime's invasion: 15 November 2022: 06:12 presidentZelensky says about repatriations that Russia will have to pay for what it has committed, 06:45 IAEA to send expert missions to Ukrainian nuclear power plants, 07:14 Ukrenergo announces rolling blackouts in some regions on November 15, 07:31 G20 summit opens in Bali, Ukraine tops agenda, 07:44 South: Invaders regrouping on Dnipro’s left bank, 08:21 Zelensky says per video at G20 summit if Russia wants to end this war, let it prove it with actions, 08:31 enemy attacks Zaporizhzhia outskirts with S-300 missiles, 08:52 Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near ten settlements over past day, 09:29 Russian armed aggression affects over 1,265 children in Ukraine, 09:41 Ukraine Army eliminates about 82,080 enemy troops, 10:43 president Zelensky calls on partners to increase air defense, missile defense sy