A Russian barrage pounded apartment buildings and other targets in the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia, killing at least 17 people and wounding dozens, officials said Sunday.
Russian missiles ruptured Mykolaiv's pipelines. They stretch across territory under Russian control, making it impossible for municipal workers to repair them. With winter coming, worries are rising.
While the Ukrainian organization that won is celebrating, many Ukrainians are upset they need to share the award with countries that have been aggressive against them.
Two Russians who said they fled the country to avoid compulsory military service have requested asylum in the U.S. after landing on a remote Alaskan island in the Bering Sea, a senator's office said.
Seven Russian rockets slammed into residential buildings in Zaporizhzhia early Thursday, killing two people in the city close to Europe's biggest nuclear power plant, the governor of the region said.
The 2 million bpd cut in oil production was backed by Saudi Arabia and could benefit Russia. The OPEC+ meeting took place as much of the world is battling soaring energy costs and rising inflation.
The Tesla CEO tweeted a plan that includes allowing Russia to keep Crimea, which it seized in 2014. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy responded that Musk was taking sides with Russia.
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A father and son fighting for Ukraine against the Russian invasion say the war has heightened their Jewish identity.
Russia pulled troops out Saturday from the eastern Ukrainian city of Lyman, which it had been using as a front-line hub. It was the latest victory for the Ukrainian counteroffensive.