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Doctors at Kyiv Heart Institute had to perform 10 surgeries without electricity when Russian missiles hit the city.
48% of Americans believe Washington should support Ukraine "as long as it takes," down from 58% in July, according to a survey. Live updates.
Amid one of the longest-running battles in Russia's war on Ukraine, soldiers are finding comfort in caring for Red and Black, two puppies rescued from an abandoned village.
The third apparent drone attack in two days on a Russian air base indicates a new phase of the war for Ukraine as it develops longer-range weapons.
One soldier, who goes by the call-sign 'Caesar', said he has shot and killed at least 18 Russian soldiers on the battlefield since joining Ukraine's foreign legion.
Launching drones at air bases 300 miles from its own territory, Ukraine changed the geography of the war. It said it had developed drones with a range of over 600 miles.
Dramatic video captured the moment two Russian nuclear bombers were reportedly blown up in a suspected Ukrainian drone attack at a military airfield on Monday. The black-and-white footage obtained by... East2West News shows a bright flash at the Engels-1 airbase in the Saratov area of Russia. Two service members were wounded in the attack on...
Russian media reports say explosions rocked two air bases in Russia on Monday
Blasts at military facilities raise possibility Kyiv has found way to target Russia's long-range bombers Russia-Ukraine war - latest news updates Mysterious explosions have occurred at two Russian... airbases far from the frontlines, raising the possibility that Kyiv has found a way to target Russia's long-range bombers used in attacks against Ukraine's infrastructure. Russian media reports and video posted to social media indicated an explosion occurred early on Monday morning at the Engels-2 airbase in Russia's Saratov region that hosts Tu-95 bombers that have taken part in cruise missile strikes against Ukraine.
A Ukrainian official urged civilians to leave the eastern bank of the Dnipro River, across from the city of Kherson, warning of the "possible intensification of hostilities" there.
The Kremlin reaffirmed a stance that both Washington and Kyiv find unacceptable, and U.S. officials said Mr. Biden's position had not changed.
Ukraine's president called for legislation to prevent an ancient branch of the Orthodox Church, led by a Putin ally, from operating in his country, but it remains unclear how that would work.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reiterated that Russian President Vladimir Putin remains open to talks but the Western demand that Moscow first withdraws its troops from Ukraine is unacceptable.
Showing a united front during a state visit, President Biden and President Emmanuel Macron of France affirmed their support for Ukraine ahead of a cold winter that will test the alliance.
Western casualty estimates suggest about 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed or wounded.
Football hooligans are being drafted into the ranks of Russia's 106th Airborne Division based in the city of Tula, 125 miles south of Moscow, where team FC Tula Arsenal also plays.
Jens Stoltenberg, head of NATO, said Russian attacks on Ukraine's 'heating, light water and gas' are aimed at driving refugees into Europe as winter hits, but vowed to keep up support for Kyiv.
In the southern Kherson region, the pattern seen in eastern Ukraine is repeating: The withdrawal of Russian forces yields evidence of possible war crimes.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is intent on using upcoming frost, snow and ice to his advantage on the battlefield, NATO chief warns.
Russian forces are fortifying positions in southern Ukraine after retreating from Kherson, and the Kremlin denied planning to withdraw from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy urges Ukraine to prepare for a fresh series of strikes; Ukraine's state-run nuclear energy firm suggests Russian forces are 'packing their bags' to leave power plant At a glance:... what we know on day 278 of the war The Pentagon is considering a Boeing proposal to supply Ukraine with cheap, small precision bombs fitted onto abundantly available rockets, allowing Kyiv to strike far behind Russian lines, according to a Reuters report. US and allied military inventories are shrinking, and Ukraine faces an increasing need for more sophisticated weapons as the war drags on. Boeing's proposed system, dubbed Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB), is one of about a half-dozen plans for getting new munitions into production for Ukraine and America's eastern European allies,...
Russian air strikes have hit power supplies and health services, putting millions of lives at risk.
The European Union has turned to the US for gas to reduce reliance on Russian fuel -- but the price the EU is paying is reportedly four times higher than what Americans are shelling out for the same... product.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has criticised the mayor of Kyiv over the provision of emergency shelters, in a sign of discontent rarely seen between Ukrainian leaders since the start of Russia's invasion.
Sunday is Mother's Day in Russia, where many moms are grieving the losses of sons killed during Russia's invasion of Ukraine