Ukraine rules out territorial concessions, as Russia steps up attacks

Ukraine rules out territorial concessions, as Russia steps up attacks

Ukraine ruled out a ceasefire or any territorial concessions to Russia, and Poland's president said any loss of Ukrainian territory would be a "huge blow" to the entire West as he warned against appeasing Russian President Vladimir Putin

Infringement on Ukrainian sovereignty is unacceptable: Turkey

Infringement on Ukrainian sovereignty is unacceptable: Turkey

Turkey Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has stressed the necessity of helping the Russian and Ukrainian sides in finding a face-saving way out of the crisis while continuing to put pressure on the side initiating the aggression, noting that the infringement on Ukrainian sovereignty is unacceptable.

Ukrainian president warns world risking food shortage due to war

Ukrainian president warns world risking food shortage due to war

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy warned that that the world is risking food shortage as a result of the war Russia waged on his country, stressing that no one is safe from the food supply disruptions.

Putin discusses Ukraine with Russian security council

Putin discusses Ukraine with Russian security council

Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed Moscow's conflict with Ukraine and its international repercussions with his security council on Friday, the Kremlin said on its website.

Separatists say 16 dead in Donetsk after Ukraine attack

Separatists say 16 dead in Donetsk after Ukraine attack

Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine said Monday that a strike by Kyiv's forces on the rebel de facto capital Donetsk left at least 16 people dead, ahead of talks to resolve the war.

Biden bans Russia oil imports to US, warns US gasoline prices will rise further

Biden bans Russia oil imports to US, warns US gasoline prices will rise further

US President Joe Biden announced a ban on Russian oil and other energy imports on Tuesday in retaliation for the invasion of Ukraine, underscoring strong bipartisan support for a move that he acknowledged would drive up US energy prices.

Ukraine dominates social media info war with Russia

Ukraine dominates social media info war with Russia

Ukraine has succeeded in dominating social media in the first days since the Russian invasion, in an intensifying information war with Moscow that Kyiv so far appears to be winning, analysts say.

Any countries imposing no-fly zone over Ukraine party to conflict: Putin

Any countries imposing no-fly zone over Ukraine party to conflict: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Saturday that any country that sought to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine would be considered by Moscow to have entered the conflict.

Putin says Russia's neighbours should not escalate tensions

Putin says Russia's neighbours should not escalate tensions

President Vladimir Putin urged Russia's neighbours on Friday not to escalate tensions, eight days after Moscow sent its forces into Ukraine.

Russian forces seize huge Ukrainian nuclear plant, fire extinguished

Russian forces seize huge Ukrainian nuclear plant, fire extinguished

A huge blaze at the site of Europe's biggest nuclear power station was extinguished on Friday, and officials said the plant in southeastern Ukraine was operating normally after it was seized by Russian forces in fighting that caused global alarm.

Russia warns Kyiv residents to flee, bombs cities

Russia warns Kyiv residents to flee, bombs cities

Russia warned Kyiv residents to flee their homes Tuesday and rained rockets on the city of Kharkiv as Russian commanders intensified their bombardment of Ukrainian urban areas in a shift of tactics after their six-day assault stalled.

UN reports at least 240 civilian casualties, 64 deaths in Ukraine

UN reports at least 240 civilian casualties, 64 deaths in Ukraine

At least 64 civilians have been killed and more than 160,000 are on the move after Russian troops entered Ukraine this week, a United Nations relief agency said.