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Putin decries media ‘lies’ at meeting with soldiers’ mothers

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday hit out at what he said were skewed media portrayals of Moscow’s military campaign in Ukraine as he met with mothers of Russian soldiers fighting there.
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Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg speaks with personnel after observing Ukrainian troops b...
LORNE COOK, Associated Press

NATO vows to aid Ukraine ‘for as long as it takes

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says the military organization stands ready to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia “for as long as it takes.”
24 hours ago
CONSTANTA, ROMANIA - JUNE 21: An oil platform is seen in the Black Sean from on board of Romanian N...
DAVID McHUGH, AP Business Writer

EXPLAINER: What’s the effect of Russian oil price cap, ban?

The deadline is looming for Western allies to agree on a price cap on Russia oil
2 days ago
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Most Ukrainians left without power after new Russian strikes

Russia unleashed a new missile onslaught on Ukraine's battered energy grid Wednesday, robbing cities of power and some water and public transport, too, compounding the hardship of winter for millions.
3 days ago
BORODYANKA, UKRAINE - OCTOBER 20: Tetyana Safonova, 61 looks at her mobile phone during a power out...

Cold and dark: Kyiv readies for ‘worst winter of our lives’

When the power is out, as it so often is, the high-rise apartment overlooking Ukraine’s war-torn capital feels like a deathtrap. No lights, no water, no way to cook food.
5 days ago
Iran and Russia have reached an agreement to begin the production of attack drones in Russia. A dro...
Kylie Atwood, CNN

Russia to build attack drones for Ukraine war with the help of Iran

Iran and Russia have reached an agreement to begin the production of attack drones in Russia, according to a new intelligence assessment.
5 days ago
PRZEWODOW, POLAND - NOVEMBER 16: Krystyna Mazurek prays before the evening mass on the day after th...
VANESSA GERA, Associated Press

Funeral held for first of 2 Poles killed in missile blast

A funeral has been held for one of two Polish men who died in a missile explosion near the border with Ukraine.
7 days ago
EU leaders meet in Brussels...
Tim Lister, Tara John, Antonia Mortensen, Anna Chernova and Emmet Lyons, CNN

Poland says Russian missile killed two, will consider invoking NATO Article 4

Poland has summoned the country's Russian ambassador, after concluding that a Russian-made missile fell into its territory on Tuesday and killed two people near the Ukrainian border.
11 days ago
Polish army installing concertina wire at Poland's border with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad o...
John Leicester, Associated Press

Russian missiles cross into Poland during strike on Ukraine

A senior U.S. intelligence official says Russian missiles crossed into NATO member Poland, killing two people.
11 days ago
A gymnast doing a handstand painted on crumbling wall in black and white...
Associated Press

Amid the war ruins in Ukraine, Banksy seeds art

A delicate painting of a gymnast doing a handstand has popped up on the wall of a wrecked building outside of Kyiv and appears to be the work of the British graffiti artist known as Banksy. He posted photos of the artwork in Borodyanka on his Instagram page.
13 days ago
People drink sparking wine, waves flags and sing songs as they celebrate the liberation of part of ...
HANNA ARHIROVA, Associated Press

Ukrainian police, TV broadcasts return to long-occupied city

Authorities say Ukrainian police officers and TV and radio broadcasts are returning to the southern city of Kherson following the withdrawal of Russian troops.
14 days ago
A woman stands outside a cafe on a dark street on November 07, 2022 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Recent Russia...
SAM MEDNICK, Associated Press

Kyiv prepares for a winter with no heat, water or power

The mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, is warning residents that they must prepare for the worst this winter if Russia keeps striking the country’s energy infrastructure.
19 days ago
KYIV, UKRAINE - NOVEMBER 06: IT worker Igor, who normally uses en electric hob, makes tea using a c...
SAM MEDNICK, Associated Press

Kyiv prepares for a winter with no heat, water or power

The mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, is warning residents that they must prepare for the worst this winter if Russia keeps striking the country’s energy infrastructure.
20 days ago
FILE: Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)...
Uliana Pavlova, CNN

Putin signs law to mobilize Russian citizens convicted of serious crimes

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law to conscript citizens with unexpunged or outstanding convictions for murder, robbery, larceny, drug trafficking and other serious crimes to be called up for military service.
21 days ago
Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, Europe's largest nuclear power station and currently held by Russ...
HANNA ARHIROVA, Associated Press

Backup power used at Ukraine nuclear site to fend off crisis

Europe’s largest nuclear power plant is relying on emergency diesel generators to run its safety systems after external power from the Ukrainian electric grid was again cut off.
23 days ago
People watch a television broadcast reporting on North Korean Kim Jong-un at the Seoul Railway Stat...
Aamer Madhani, Associated Press

White House: NKorea covertly shipping artillery to Russia

White House: NKorea covertly shipping 'significant number' of artillery shells to Russia to support Ukraine invasion.
24 days ago
KUPIANSK, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 24: Kraken Special Forces soldier Igor Shpatenko patrols the empty st...
LOLITA C. BALDOR, Associated Press

US military now doing onsite weapons inspections in Ukraine

A small number of U.S. military forces inside Ukraine have recently begun inspections of Western-provided weapons sent to Ukrainian troops.
26 days ago
A woman looks at bricks salvaged by volunteers from her home, which was destroyed during battles at...
SAM MEDNICK, Associated Press

Concerns rise as Russia resumes grain blockade of Ukraine

Russia has resumed its blockade of Ukrainian ports, cutting off urgently needed grain exports to hungry parts of the world
27 days ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen here signing the annexation documents in Moscow on Sept. 3...
ANDREW MELDRUM, Associated Press

Russia suspends Ukraine grain deal over ship attack claim

Russia says it will immediately suspend a U.N.-brokered grain export deal that has seen more than 9 million tons of grain exported from Ukraine and brought down global food prices.
28 days ago
Natalia Zemko, 81, talks with her daughter Lesya as they drink tea in their kitchen during a power ...
Ivana Kottasová, Olga Voitovych and Nic Robertson, CNN

Ukrainians dreading the ‘darkest winter’ as Russia takes aim at the power grid

As the weather becomes colder, millions of Ukrainians are trying to prepare for what they know will be an extremely difficult winter, rushing to repair their homes and secure enough fuel to stay warm.
29 days ago
Construction workers rebuild a roof on an apartment building destroyed from shelling by the Russian...
ANDREW MELDRUM, Associated Press

Ukraine attacks Russia’s hold on southern city of Kherson

Ukrainian forces are attacking Russia’s hold on the southern city of Kherson while fighting intensifies in the country’s east.
1 month ago
The body of Joshua Jones, an American killed in Ukraine, was returned to Ukrainian custody. Jones w...
Clarissa Ward, Mick Krever, Scott McWhinnie and Dave Alsup, CNN

Body of Joshua Jones, American killed in Ukraine, returned to Ukrainian custody

The body of an American man killed in August while fighting alongside the Ukrainian military has been returned to Ukrainian custody by the Russian military.
1 month ago
A woman leaves as other people queue for food vouchers at a local government administration office ...
ANDREW MELDRUM, Associated Press

Putin scrambles to boost weapons production for Ukraine war

Facing production delays and mounting losses, Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged his government to cut through bureaucracy to crank out enough weapons and military supplies to feed the war in Ukraine.
1 month ago
Utah resident, Jason Stout, showing the donations prepared to be shipped off yo Ukrainians. (KSL-TV...
Karah Brackin

Utah-based nonprofit organization for Ukraine shares need for cold weather clothing

A Utah-based non-profit supporting Ukrainians are asking for winter gear donations as the war transitions into winter.
1 month ago
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