Russia invades Ukraine

This handout photo released by Telegram Channel of Belgorod Region Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov show...
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Russia’s air force accidentally bombs own city of Belgorod

Russia’s military has acknowledged that a bomb accidentally dropped by one of its warplanes caused a powerful blast in a Russian city about 25 miles east of the Russia-Ukraine border.
11 months ago
Ukraine's Ambassador Oksana Markarova, right, hugs a Ukrainian victim of Russia's war with Ukraine ...
Jennifer Hansler

Russian soldiers ‘forced me to dig my own grave’: US lawmakers hear accounts of alleged Russian war crimes

A 57-year-old Ukrainian woman from Kherson testified to US lawmakers that Russian forces beat her, threatened to rape her and forced her to dig her own grave.
11 months ago
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 05: The sun sets over the U.S. Capitol Building as the House of Representa...
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US charges 4 Americans, 3 Russians in election discord case

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Four Americans affiliated with a Black empowerment and political organization have been charged along with three Russians with conspiring to covertly sow discord in U.S. society, spread Russian propaganda and interfere illegally in U.S. elections, according to an indictment unsealed Tuesday. The U.S. citizens and two Russians were added to […]
11 months ago
FILE - The Wall Street Journal journalist Evan Gershkovich is shown in this undated photo. The Bide...
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US reporter held by Russia on spying charges to stay in jail

An American journalist arrested on spying charges as part of a sweeping Kremlin crackdown on press freedom amid the war in Ukraine will remain jailed, a Russian judge ruled Tuesday.
11 months ago
Chinese President Xi Jinping (not pictured) attends a signing ceremony with Brazilian President Lui...
Duarte Mendonca

US should stop ‘encouraging’ Ukraine war, Brazilian president says

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said on Saturday that the United States should stop "encouraging" the war in Ukraine.
11 months ago
Police block a road near a Dighton, Massachusetts, home, where law enforcement officers are expecte...
Eric Tucker, Tara Copp and Michael Balsamo

AG: Guardsman to be charged with removing classified info

The FBI wants to question a 21-year-old member of the Massachusetts Air National Guard in connection with the disclosure of classified military documents.
11 months ago
A local resident runs past the damaged houses in Bakhmut, the site of heavy battles with Russian tr...
Hanna Arhirova

Ukraine, Russia send home around 200 troops in prisoner swap

More than 200 Russian and Ukrainian soldiers have returned home in a prisoner swap.
11 months ago
SIversk street (Clayton Nagel CNN)...
Ben Wedeman

Elderly Ukrainians and their pets stay put in the abandoned east

Elderly Ukrainians remain in the abandoned east with their pets.
11 months ago
An empty flagpole stands between the national flags of France and Estonia outside NATO headquarters...
Lorne Cook and Matthew Lee

Finland joins NATO, dealing blow to Russia for Ukraine war

Finland has joined the NATO military alliance. The move deals a major blow to Russia with a historic realignment of the continent triggered by Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
11 months ago
Emergency service workers stand at the site of the blast at the St. Petersburg cafe on Sunday. Russ...
Rob Picheta, Anna Chernova, Radina Gigova and Mariya Knight

Russia arrests anti-war activist following blast that killed hawkish blogger

Russian authorities have detained a 26-year-old anti-war protester, claiming she was involved in the blast that killed well-known military blogger Vladlen Tatarsky at a cafe in St. Petersburg on Sunday.
11 months ago
An empty flagpole stands between the national flags of France and Estonia outside NATO headquarters...
Lorne Cook

Finland to join NATO Tuesday, military alliance chief says

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says Finland will become the 31st member of the military alliance on Tuesday.
11 months ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin listens to Russian Transport Minister Vitaly Savelyev during their...
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Putin says Russia will station tactical nukes in Belarus

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans on Saturday to station tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus.
11 months ago
FILE: KHERSON, UKRAINE - NOVEMBER 27: The overgrown playground of the Kherson Children's house (orp...
David McKenzie, Ghazi Balkiz and Maria Avdeeva

A Ukrainian orphanage tried to hide its children when war began. Then the Russians came

When the war began in February last year, the staff at the children's home came up with a plan.
11 months ago
The Prince of Wales met members of the Polish military during a visit to the 3rd Brigade Territoria...
Max Foster and Lauren Said-Moorhouse

Prince William makes surprise visit to troops near Ukrainian-Polish border

Britain's Prince William made a rare, unannounced trip to Poland on Wednesday, meeting British and Polish troops stationed near the Ukrainian-Polish border and praising their "cooperation in support of the people of Ukraine and their freedom."
12 months ago
U.S. Soldiers assigned to Alpha Company 3rd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade Co...
Oren Liebermann and Kevin Liptak

US to accelerate delivery of tanks to Ukraine

The tanks could arrive as early as fall of this year.
12 months ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhayev visit the C...
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Russia’s Putin makes surprise trip to occupied Mariupol

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the occupied port city of Mariupol, his first trip to Ukrainian territory that Moscow illegally annexed in September and a show of defiance after the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest on war crimes charges.
12 months ago
FILE - Russias President Vladimir Putin holds a video conference to address participants in a congr...
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ICC issues arrest warrant for Putin over Ukraine war crimes

The International Criminal Court says it has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes because of his alleged involvement in abductions of children from Ukraine.
12 months ago
Poland is the first NATO country to send MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine. (Jakub Kaminski/EPA/Shutte...
Antonia Mortensen, Duarte Mendonca and Luke McGee

Poland becomes first NATO member to pledge fighter jets to Ukraine

Poland on Thursday pledged it would send four MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine, the first NATO member to do so, in a significant move in Kyiv's battle to resist Russia's onslaught.
12 months ago
This photo taken from video released on Thursday, March 16, 2023, shows a Russian Su-27 approaching...
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US releases video of Russian jet dumping fuel on its drone

The Pentagon has released footage of what it says is a Russian aircraft conducting an unsafe intercept of a U.S. Air Force surveillance drone in international airspace over the Black Sea.
12 months ago
Ukrainian Emergency Service rescuers work on a building damaged by shelling in Kramatorsk, Donetsk ...
Karl Ritter

US says Russian warplane hits American drone over Black Sea

The U.S. military said a Russian fighter jet on Tuesday struck the propeller of a U.S. drone over the Black Sea, causing U.S. forces to bring it down in international waters.
12 months ago
Zachary Cohen, Aaron Pellish, Chloe Liu and Heather Chen, CNN

US evaluating Ukrainian pilots for possible F-16 training

he US is working with Ukrainian pilots in the United States to determine how long it would take to train them to fly F-16 fighter jets, three sources briefed on the matter told CNN.
1 year ago
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Associated Press

Why purported cross-border attack ups ante in Ukraine war

Russia has declared that a group of saboteurs from Ukraine crossed into its territory and attacked border villages, a raid marking an escalation of the war now in its second year.
1 year ago
The crowd of people rallying for Ukraine in front of Utah's Capitol Building. (KSLTV/Mark Less)...
Cassidy Wixom

‘Ukraine will prevail’: Utahns rally to show support as war hits 1-year mark

About 300 Utahns gathered on the steps of the state Capitol Saturday to mourn those lost and honor the heroes still fighting in Ukraine a year after Russia first invaded.
1 year ago
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Michael Locklear

Hundreds of Ukrainian refugees have resettled in Utah since war began, nonprofit says

“People lost everything,” Anya Beus, a Ukrainian-American who lives in Lehi said.
1 year ago

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