Ukrainian military officials say Russia launched its most intense drone attack on Ukraine since the beginning of its full-scale invasion.
A Kyiv official says a Russian attack using cluster munitions has killed three people in a suburb of Ukraine’s southern city of Kherson.
The White House says it’s very concerned that Iran may provide ballistic missiles to Russia for use in the war against Ukraine.
Poland is expected to receive more than 5 billion euros ($5.5 billion) in EU funds after the European Commission gave a positive assessment of the country’s revised plan for green reforms and investments.
German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius is vowing to keep supporting Ukraine’s efforts to win its war against Russia, pledging further military aid worth 1.3 billion euros ($1.4 billion).
Ten years ago, Ukrainians took to the streets to protest a decision by their Moscow-friendly president to move the country away from the European Union and toward Russia.
Italy will defend its European Championship title next year in Germany after a 0-0 draw with Ukraine is enough to secure its place.
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has made an unannounced visit to Ukraine, traveling to Kyiv by train from Poland.
An orphaned Ukrainian teenager who was taken to Russia last year during the war in his country returned home on his 18th birthday.
More than 100 Russian doctors have signed an open letter demanding the immediate release of an artist and musician who was sentenced to seven years in prison for swapping supermarket price tags with antiwar messages.
Estonia’s ruling Reform Party has reelected Prime Minister Kaja Kallas as its chairperson and confirmed her staying on as the Baltic nation’s leader.
Ukraine’s military says its troops are working to push back Russian forces positioned on the east bank of the Dnieper River.
With the onset of the war between Israel and Hamas, the world’s attention has swung away from the nearly 2-year-old conflict in Ukraine.
More than 2,400 Ukrainian children aged 6-17 have been taken to Belarus from four regions of Ukraine that are partially occupied by Russian forces, a study by Yale University has found.
Ukraine’s marine corps says it has secured multiple bridgeheads on the eastern bank of the Dnieper River in the Kherson region in fighting it described as having caused thousands of Russian casualties and destroyed dozens of ammunition warehouses, armored vehicles and other weaponry.
The Republicans battling to be their party’s alternative to Donald Trump have brought personal and at times emotional stories to what an influential Iowa Christian organization billed as a friendly conversation.
Russia under President Vladimir Putin has been closing in on those who challenge the Kremlin. Protesters and activists have been arrested or imprisoned, independent news outlets have been silenced, and various groups have been added to registers of “foreign agents” and “undesirable organizations.”
A Russian court has convicted an artist and musician for replacing supermarket price tags with antiwar slogans and sentenced her to seven years in prison.
David Cameron has traveled to the Ukrainian port of Odesa in his first overseas trip as Britain’s new foreign minister.
Russia’s State Duma passed a record federal budget in its second reading which aims to increase spending by around 25% in 2024, with record amounts going on defense.
The European Union’s executive has proposed to the member states a new package of sanctions targeting Russia.
A top Ukrainian official says its troops have established a beachhead on the eastern bank of the Dnieper River near Kherson, an important advance in overcoming one of Russia’s most significant strategic barriers in the war.
The European Union’s executive commission has lowered growth its expectations for this year and next, saying the economy “has lost momentum” as inflation discourages consumers and higher interest rates deter borrowing for purchases and investment.
The leader of the United Arab Emirates has toured the Dubai Air Show as a sanctioned arms supplier displayed an attack helicopter used in Russia’s war on Ukraine.
A lawyer for a man convicted in the 2006 killing of Russian investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya received a presidential pardon after a stint fighting in Ukraine.
Britain’s cybersecurity agency says artificial intelligence poses a threat to the country’s next national election.
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol says he will discuss international response to the purported North Korean-Russian weapons deal during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in San Francisco this week.
Western countries are calling on Russia to end domestic repression of dissident voices and to end its war in Ukraine, as Russia came under a regular review at the U.N.’s top human rights body.
The United States is hosting the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference this week for the first time since 2011.
The Associated Press was granted access to a training base in rural France where instructors put Ukrainians through their paces at the tail-end of a four-week training course.
Latvia’s president says Russia is planning for a long war in Ukraine and he warns that countries need to keep supplying weapons to Kyiv to discourage Moscow from threatening other nations in the future.