Russia-Ukraine War

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Ukraine’s Devastated Energy Grid Battles a New Foe: A Heat Wave


To prevent a collapse of the electricity system, the authorities have imposed rolling blackouts. Experts say it’s a harbinger of what’s to come this winter.

Latest Russia-Ukraine War

Air strike leaves 100,000 without power in Ukraine


Russia continues to pummel energy sites across Ukraine, plunging the country into extended blackouts.

Orban visits Russia

The Hungarian prime minister has landed in Moscow where he plans to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss the Ukraine conflict


Ukrainian forces withdraw from part of strategic town in eastern Donetsk region

The Ukrainian military announced on Thursday that its forces had withdrawn from part of Chasiv Yar in the eastern Donetsk region, a day after Russia claimed control over a district of the strategic town. Russian troops have been steadily advancing in the Donetsk region for several weeks.  


Zelensky renews long-range arms call after attack


The Ukrainian president says more missiles and air defences are needed after a Russian strike kills seven.

Terrorist attacks in southern Russia: What we know so far

Militants have targeted synagogues, churches, and the police in the Russian region of Dagestan

North Korea’s Kim declares ‘full support’ for Russian war in Ukraine

The U.S. and its allies are concerned about the growing military cooperation between the two states.

World leaders meet at Swiss peace conference on Ukraine – without Russia

The presidents of Ecuador, Ivory Coast, Kenya and Somalia will join many Western heads of state and government and other leaders at a conference this weekend aimed to plot out first steps toward peace in Ukraine – with cnotably absent.

Ukraine rejects Putin’s ‘absurd’ peace conditions

Russian President Vladimir Putin promised Friday to “immediately” order a cease-fire in Ukraine and begin negotiations if Kyiv started withdrawing troops from the four regions annexed by Moscow in 2022 and renounced plans to join NATO. Ukraine responded by calling Putin's proposal “manipulative” and “absurd.”

Russia’s Devastating Attacks on Ukraine’s Grid Spark Fears of Brutal Winter

Kyiv is battling to keep the lights on as Moscow’s attacks on its energy infrastructure, including power plants, seek to sap Ukrainians’ will to resist.

G7 to approve $50bn in Ukraine aid despite disputes – media

Western powers are at odds over who should carry the risks of tapping into Russian assets, several outlets have reported

Russia reports battlefield gains in Donetsk region ahead of Ukraine summit

Russia on Monday claimed the capture of another village in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region, the latest in a string of gains ahead of a major Ukraine summit in Switzerland.

Kiev makes first airstrike on Russian border region – Sky News

Ukraine received permission to use donated weapons outside of its claimed territory from several Western nations last week

Outages shroud Ukraine as Russian strikes on power plants take their toll

After an attack over the weekend, the state electricity company, Ukrenergo, said electricity rationing would be needed throughout the country.

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