Western allies vow to boost NATO's defences and back Ukraine till the end as Moscow demands Kiev's surrender and fierce fighting enters its 126th day.
Russia steps up attacks on Ukraine as world leaders gather in Europe to discuss further sanctions against Moscow while the conflict moves into its 124th day.
European Union makes Ukraine a candidate for joining the 27-nation bloc as the Russian military expands its grab of territory in eastern Ukraine on the 120th day of the armed conflict.
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 acknowledges difficulties in fighting in the eastern regions as Russian forces capture territory along a frontline river and intensify pressure on two key cities on the 118th day of the armed conflict.
Kiev receives a major boost as the European Union backs candidate status for Ukraine amid the ongoing Russian offensive, which is now in its 115th day.
The European Commission recommends Ukraine, where fighting has entered the 114th day, be formally named a "candidate" for joining the EU, a move that could open up a long path towards joining the bloc.
NATO defence ministers discuss ways to bolster forces and deterrence along the military alliance's eastern borders to dissuade Russia from planning further aggression in the wake of its assault on Ukraine, now in its 113th day.
Moscow asks Kiev's forces holed up in a chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk city to surrender and plans a corridor to evacuate civilians from the site, as Russia's broader offensive enters its 112th day.
Russia pushes Ukrainians back from centre of key industrial city Sievierodonetsk, where President Zelenskyy says the fighting is taking a "terrifying" toll as casualties soar in Moscow's offensive – now in its 111th day.
Meanwhile, Kremlin-backed officials in occupied southern Ukraine begin issuing Russian passports to residents as Moscow seeks to solidify its rule over captured parts of the country amid its military offensive – now in its 110th day.
Russian forces are now largely in control of the key eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk amid fierce fighting, now in its 106th day, as UN warns that the global impact of the Russian offensive is worsening.
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