Articles tagged "Belarus"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, February 13

Ukraine to produce thousands of long-range drones in 2024 -- Russia stops using 'human wave' attacks due to insufficient troops in Avdiivka -- Agriculture Ministry strongly condemns deliberate destruction of Ukrainian grain by Polish protesters -- EU agrees on new measures to isolate frozen Russian funds -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, February 6

Russian attacks on cities, settlements increased by 25 percent last week -- Kremlin intensifying rhetoric pushing for hypothetical partition of Ukraine -- Latvian farmers protest Russian, Belarusian food imports -- Netherlands to send 6 more F-16 jets to Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, January 31

These are the most important Russian ships destroyed by Ukraine -- Russia launches 5 attacks with chemical weapons on southeastern front lines in past day -- Ukraine may receive first new long-range bombs from US this week -- Key corruption index sees Ukraine improve, Russia worsen in 2023 -- Ukraine ends 2nd month of winter with stable energy sector -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, January 24

Russia using relatively accurate, recently designed North Korean missiles against Ukraine -- Russian marine oil exports hit 2 month low after storms, suspected Ukrainian attack on refinery -- Russia to be grilled on fate of forcibly deported Ukrainian children at UN Committee -- ‘I thought it was the end’: Russian missile strike hits apartment complex outside Kyiv -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, January 21

Does Russia really want to negotiate peace? [video podcast] -- Russian air defense sufficient on front lines, in Crimea but not on Russian soil -- Slovak PM promises to block Ukraine's NATO entry, says it must cede territory -- Europe to produce around 1.3 to 1.4 million shells by the end of 2024 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, January 17

F-16s for Ukraine: When will they arrive and what can they do? -- EU chief says aid package for Ukraine will be approved 'with or without' Hungary's approval -- Belarus prepares new military doctrine allowing use of nuclear weapons -- Downed A-50 spy plane 'serious blow' to Russia's aviation -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, January 10

Inside occupied Ukraine’s most effective resistance movements -- Freight train derailed in Russia's far east -- Drones reportedly hit oil depot, energy provider in Russia’s Oryol region -- Frozen Russian assets can cover 80% of Ukraine's reconstruction needs -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, January 7

Satellite images confirm strike on ammunition warehouses in Crimea -- Russian missile strike on Donetsk Oblast kills 11, including 5 kids -- Russia plans war propaganda museums in occupied Luhansk Oblast -- Air Force hits Russian command center at occupied Crimea airbase -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, January 5

Russia plans to buy ballistic missiles from Iran -- Russian Su-34 jet set on fire at Chelyabinsk airbase -- Russian occupation authorities to force Ukrainian teenagers into military registration -- Ukrainian strike hits Russian command post in Crimea -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, December 27

Russian vessels left Feodosia in occupied Crimea after Ukraine's strike -- Russian fighters use Western-made rifle scopes in Ukraine -- France delivers second ship to help Ukraine with grain export -- Zaluzhnyi says Ukrainian troops remain in northern Marinka -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, December 16

Prosecutor's Office opens investigation into Russia's use of Ukrainian POWs as human shields -- Ukraine finally moves to fortify front line, but could it be too little too late? -- EU to find 'operational solution' for Ukraine funding by next Council meeting -- Are Zelensky and his top general really in discord? -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, December 3

Ukraine’s fight to heal millions of children scarred by Russia’s war -- As sanctions bite, Russia eyes Ukraine’s mineral resources to fund its invasion -- Russia's Shoigu refers to offensives as 'active defense' to lower expectations -- Resistance blow up Russian refueling station in Melitopol -- and more