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Fighting rages in fierce battle for Ukraine's east

KYIV, June 7 (Reuters) - Street fighting between Ukrainian and Russian troops raged in the battle for the industrial city of Sievierodonetsk as Moscow's forces pushed to conquer Ukraine's east...

Ukraine forces 'holding positions' in Sievierodonetsk — live updates

Fighting remains fierce in key city of Sievierodonetsk Ukrainian forces 'not giving up positions,' Zelenskyy says US backs claims Russia is 'pilfering' Ukrainian grain This article...

Russia strikes Kyiv again after weeks, Putin warns West on missile supplies

KYIV, June 6 (Reuters) - Russia struck Kyiv with missiles for the first time in more than a month, while President Vladimir Putin warned he would hit new targets in Ukraine if western nations supplied...

EU, resolving a deadlock, in deal to cut most Russia oil imports

BRUSSELS, May 30 (Reuters) - European Union leaders agreed in principle on Monday to cut 90% of oil imports from Russia by the end of this year, resolving a deadlock with Hungary over the bloc's t...

Russia pummels eastern towns in bid to encircle Ukraine forces

Russian forces stepped up their assault on the Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk on Saturday after claiming to have captured the nearby rail hub of Lyman, as Kyiv intensified its calls for longer-rang...

Ukrainian negotiator says any agreement with Russia 'isn't worth a broken penny'

KYIV, May 28 (Reuters) - Ukrainian presidential adviser and peace talks negotiator Mykhailo Podolyak said on Saturday that any agreement with Russia cannot be trusted and Moscow can only be stopped in...

Russia halts gas exports to Finland, says Mariupol steelworks siege has ended

KYIV/OSLO, May 21 (Reuters) - Russia claimed victory in a months-long battle for Mariupol's Avostal steel plant, taking it a step nearer to its goal of controlling Ukraine's Donbas region, and...

Burning munitions cascade down on Ukrainian steel plant, video shows

White, brightly burning munitions were shown cascading down on the Azovstal steel works in the Ukrainian port of Mariupol in what a British military expert said looked like either an attack with phosp...

Germany promises G7 show of unity against Russia as ministers meet

WEISSENHAUS, Germany, May 13 (Reuters) - Foreign ministers from the G7 group of rich nations aim to give what Germany called a "powerful sign of unity" as they meet on Friday to discuss the ...

Putin's Victory Day speech gives no clue on Ukraine escalation

President Vladimir Putin exhorted Russians to battle in a defiant Victory Day speech on Monday, but was silent about plans for any escalation in Ukraine, despite Western warnings he might use his Red ...

Asia stocks in gloomy mood as Wall St futures slip

Asian markets got off to a shaky start on Monday as U.S. stock futures took an early skid on rate worries, while a tightening lockdown in Shanghai stoked concerns about global economic growth and poss...

Biden announces new $150 million weapons package for Ukraine

U.S. President Joe Biden signed a new $150 million weapons package for Ukraine on Friday, providing additional artillery munitions, radar and other equipment in the latest in a series of transfers to ...

Russian strikes pound Ukraine on eve of new EU sanctions

Russian forces pounded targets in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, unleashing rockets on a steel plant that is Ukraine's last redoubt in the port city of Mariupol as the European Union prepared to slap...

EU prepares next Russia sanctions including German-backed oil ban

The European Union was preparing sanctions on Russian oil sales over its invasion of Ukraine after a major shift on Monday by Germany, Russia's biggest energy customer, that could deprive Moscow o...

Blasts hit Kyiv as U.N. chief visits, U.S. pledges new Ukraine aid

Russia fired two missiles into Kyiv on Thursday during a visit by U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Ukrainian officials said, as Moscow pressed an assault in the east that drew new U.S. pledges...