Articles tagged "Kharkiv"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, February 14

Russia reportedly buying Starlink in Arab countries -- Ukraine shifts to defense to drain Russian troops -- Dnipro authorities evacuate hospital, close schools after attack on energy infrastructure -- Elon Musk, Republican senators lobby against passage of Ukraine aid -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, February 12

US Ambassador: 'We need to support Ukraine to stop such horrific crimes' -- Russia increasingly deploys armored groups to storm Avdiivka -- War in Ukraine likely contributing to doctor shortages in Russia -- Russian attacks injure 2 in Kherson Oblast, hit medical facility in regional capital -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, February 11

Romania scrambles F-16s amid Russian drone strikes on Odesa Oblast -- F-16s are ‘exceeding expectations’ of Ukraine's pilots -- Russian military increasingly using Starlink terminals on battlefield -- Fate of Avdiivka uncertain as Ukrainian forces defending it struggle with fortifications, resources -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, February 10

[video] Why did Zelensky fire Zaluzhnyi? -- Syrskyi reveals his priorities as Ukraine's new chief commander -- Ukraine facing 'critical shortage' of missiles, military hardware -- No Ukrainian POWs on crashed Russian Il-76 aircraft -- Russia builds militaristic youth camps in occupied Zaporizhzhia Oblast -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, February 8

Ukraine preparing to launch mass production of Lancet drone analog -- Kyiv residents lament over their homes destroyed by Russian attack -- Leading Chinese bank halts operations in Russia, Belarus -- EU promises to deliver over 1 million shells by end of year -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, February 7

Ukraine is about to get new US long-range bombs. How will it use them? -- Ukrainian military to create separate branch dedicated to drones -- Output of Russian oil refineries drops by 4% following drone attacks -- Tucker Carlson visiting Moscow is like touring Berlin in 1940 -- Russian agents pose as activists, filmmakers to reportedly spy on domestic civil society organizations -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, February 2

Is it OK to have fun during war? We asked Ukrainians -- Romania: Russia 'will not stop' with war in Ukraine, calls for better preparation amid potential conflict with NATO -- Ukraine strikes Russian targets in Crimea methodologically and regularly -- Russia ignores Ukraine's appeal to return bodies of POWs Moscow says are killed in Il-76 crash -- 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 - Saturday, January 27

How pregnant medic kept working on front line amid heavy combat -- Russia blocks international commission from investigating Il-76 crash -- No delays expected in delivery of first F-16s from Denmark to Ukraine -- All EU members appear to agree on approving 4-year aid package for Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, January 26

Special section on Il-76 crash -- Russia imported over $1 billion worth of advanced US and European chips in 2023 -- Forced conscription in occupied Ukraine pushes essential services to brink -- Some POWs from Russian list of Il-76 crash victims had already been exchanged -- PACE calls on European parliaments to recognize Russia's abduction of Ukrainian children as genocide -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, January 25

Cyberattack on Russian scientific research center deals 'devastating' damage -- Fire breaks out at oil depot in Russia's Krasnodar Krai -- Ukraine says it was not informed about need to ensure safety of airspace before plane crash in Belgorod Oblast -- Russia's use of North Korean ballistic missiles not a sign of Moscow's depleted domestic capacity -- 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