Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky admits there is no end in sight to the war with Russia.
Updates from various frontline sectors suggest progress for Ukraine’s counter-offensive. But it’s slow progress.
As long as nuclear power plants continue to operate, we are frighteningly vulnerable not only to severe accidents, but also to the weaponisation of these facilities.
Russia has annexed four Ukrainian regions, saying they have always been part of the ‘motherland’. But Moscow’s territorial claim is as flimsy as the excuse it used to start the war
While some parts of eastern Ukraine have been under partial Russian control since 2014, other sections continue to fight back. Most residents overall have said they don’t want to be part of Russia.
The Kremlin claims 97% of votes counted are for the four occupied regions to join the Russian Federation.
Some of the key articles from our coverage of the war in Ukraine over the past week.
Ukrainians who have turned coat and are working for the Russians in occupied regions are being targeted for assassination.
Artillery shelling, stressed-out technicians and power supply disruptions increase the chances of catastrophe at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest.
The world held its collective breath as Russian troops battled Ukrainian forces at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The battle is over and no radiation escaped, but the danger is far from over.