Workers digging through the rubble of an apartment building in Mariupol found 200 bodies in the basement, Ukrainian authorities said Tuesday, a grim reminder of the horrors still coming to light in the ruined city that has seen some of the worst suffering of the 3-month-old war.
As Russia’s war in Ukraine marked its third month on Tuesday, there appeared to be no end in sight and few successes for Moscow on the battlefield.
Russian Sgt. Vadim Shishimarin pleaded guilty to shooting a 62-year-old man in the head in a village in northeastern Ukraine in the early days of the war.
“Without aggressive global actions, we stand the risk of an extraordinary amount of human suffering and economic damage," a food insecurity expert told the UN Security Council this week.
The legislation, which was passed by Congress with bipartisan support, deepens the U.S. commitment to Ukraine at a time of uncertainty about the war's future.
Russia claims to have captured Mariupol in what would be its biggest victory yet in its war with Ukraine.
A small brewery in Finland has launched a NATO-themed beer to mark the Nordic country's bid to join the Western military alliance.
Every Democrat and all but 11 Republicans backed the measure.
The Ukrainian defense volunteers were seen in Kharkiv feeding several cats, described as pets left behind by their owners who were forced to evacuate amid Russia’s war.
Russia, whose war on Ukraine spurred Finland and Sweden to join the military organization, has warned that it wouldn't welcome such a move and could respond.
The fall of Mariupol appears at hand as Ukraine is moving to abandon a sprawling steel plant where its soldiers had held out under relentless bombardment for months, which would make it the biggest city to fall into Russian hands.
McDonald's pointed to the humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine and has started the process of selling its Russian business, which employs 62,000 people.
"Stefania" was written as a tribute to the lead singer's mother, but since Russia’s invasion it has become an anthem to the motherland.
“The brutal invasion (by) Russia is losing momentum. We know that with the bravery of the Ukrainian people and army, and with our help, Ukraine can win this war.”
This year's Eurovision brought the usual - flames, whacky costumes and dance moves - and a somber win for Ukraine's band, Kalush Orchestra, as war rages on back home.
McConnell's visit to Kyiv is a “strong signal of bipartisan support for Ukraine” on the 80th day of its war with Russia, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.
Russian troops are accused of killing, torturing and abusing possibly thousands of Ukrainian civilians.
Finnish leaders announced Thursday their belief that Finland should join NATO because of Russia's war in Ukraine. Sweden could soon follow suit.
President Biden vowed to help farmers try to ease a global spike in food prices as he visited a family farm and unrolled policies meant to increase harvests in ways that the administration believes could also help to reduce grocery bills at home.
Ukrainian officials say Russian missiles pummeled the vital port of Odesa, part of apparent efforts to disrupt supply lines and weapons shipments.