The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant is currently running on diesel generators as its last remaining power line was damaged in the strike, says Ukraine's energy minister.
Ukraine vows revenge after identifying slain soldier, whose last words were captured on video and turned viral on social media, inspiring a new rallying cry for the war-battered nation.
The Ukrainian government in June said that the country was losing 60 to 100 soldiers every day while in September Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu admitted that 5,937 Russian troops had so far been killed in the conflict.
Russia resumes its participation in a deal freeing up grain exports from Ukraine, after Türkiye's successful efforts — hailed by several countries — to resolve a crisis between Moscow and Kiev, even as fighting continues on its 253rd day.
The fire occurred hours after explosions rocked the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, sending towering plumes of smoke into the sky and triggering a series of secondary explosions, as fighting rolls into its 227th day.
21-year-old Brahim Saadoun, who was sentenced to death by the Donetsk People's Republic, was part of a prisoner exchange deal between Moscow and Kiev, mediated by Türkiye.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says "Türkiye is a source of hope for peace" between Ukraine and Russia, and the international community knows that a ceasefire will happen "via Türkiye's efforts."
NATO says Moscow’s offensive has sparked a shift in its defence approach and G7 leaders assert they will explore steps to cap Russia's income from oil sales amid the Ukraine conflict — now in its 125th day.
President Putin says Russia is in the process of rerouting its trade and oil exports towards BRICS countries in the wake of Western sanctions over Ukraine, where fighting has entered 119th day.
Ukraine has said that it needs at least $5 billion per month in the near term to keep its government operating in the face of ongoing Russian onslaught.
The fast-food giant's decision is part of an exodus of foreign corporations including H&M, Starbucks and Ikea in reaction to Russia's incursion in Ukraine in February.
While the Ukrainian defence has disrupted Moscow’s plans, it does not guarantee a return to the status quo ante.
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