Russia Ukraine War
President Volodymyr Zelensky says Russia "is doing everything to break the resistance of Ukraine".
Observers of the conflict expect Ukrainian forces to announce further gains in the Kharkiv region that borders Russia.
The Ukrainian advance threatens to encircle thousands of Russian troops in Izium, the main Russian stronghold and logistics base in the northeast sector of the front.
“Shelling has caused complete blackout in Energodar and compromised safe operation of [...] Zaporizhzhia plant,” says IAEA chief.
“There is an urgent need for interim measures to prevent a nuclear accident," says IAEA.
Clip shows Putin and military chief sitting in a booth with wide space between them while maintaining uncomfortable silence.
Moscow-backed authorities have been talking of holding referendums to officially join occupied territories to Russia.
Shmygal is the first high-level Ukrainian official to visit Germany in months.
Moscow has announced it will keep its main gas pipeline to Germany shut.
Erdogan says he wants to avoid "another Chernobyl".
IAEA says site has been “violated” by fighting in Ukraine.
Moscow says fault discovered in Nord Stream 1 pipeline during maintenance.
IAEA wants "permanent presence" at Russia-held plant to avoid "a nuclear accident".
IAEA team to visit Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant to ‘ensure safety and security of Europe’s biggest nuclear facility’.
Russian military exercises in the Far East this week will take place on a far smaller scale than when they were last held in 2018.
Ukrainian nuclear company Energoatom says it has no new information about attacks on the plant.
The Zaporizhzhia plant in southern Ukraine has been occupied by Russian troops since early March.
Ukraine president urges international bodies to act faster to force Russian troops to vacate nuclear power plant site.
EU warns those "responsible for rocket terror will be held accountable".
Norway offers micro drones; British PM pledges more military support to Kyiv on its Independence Day.
Celebrations subdued under threat of attack from land, air and sea; govt lays out hulks of burnt-out Russian tanks and armoured vehicles like war trophies in capital.
Recessions now look almost certain in Europe while inflation rates have surged around the world.
UN concerned Russia preparing ‘unlawful’ prisoner of war trials.
EU mulls military training for Ukrainian forces.
Ukraine has denied involvement in the fatal attack.
Russian missiles hit targets near Odesa, a Ukrainian Black Sea port and a grain export hub.
News report claims the vehicle belonged to the victim's father, Alexander Dugin, and that he was probably the intended target.
"It is important that all governments and the private sector cooperate to bring them to market," he says.
"We want to make sure that Ukraine has a steady stream of ammunition to meet its needs," says US defence official.
Says the vessel was initially destined for the Lebanese port of Tripoli.