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In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Infrastructure Ministry Press Office, the Razoni cargo ship...
SUSIE BLANN and SUZAN FRASER Associated Press

1st ship carrying Ukrainian grain leaves the port of Odesa

In an interview with Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar warned that the global food crisis threatens to trigger "a serious wave of migration from Africa to Europe and to Turkey."
8 days ago
In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Ze...
Amie Schaeffer

Zelenskyy observes ships loaded with Ukrainian grain exports

The entire operation will be overseen by a Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul staffed by officials from Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the United Nations.
12 days ago
Ukrainian self-propelled artillery shoots towards Russian forces at a frontline in Kharkiv region, ...
SUSIE BLANN Associated Press

Russia steps up strikes on Ukraine amid counterattacks

"Russia, with the help of missiles, is mounting revenge for the widespread popular resistance, which the Ukrainians were able to organize precisely because of their statehood," Kuleba told Ukrainian television.
13 days ago
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba speaks during his interview to The Associated Press in Kyi...
OLEKSANDR STASHEVSKYI, HANNA ARHIROVA and MARIA GRAZIA MURRU Associated Press

Minister: Ukraine needs assurances to resume grain exports

Military officials from Russia and Ukraine were set to hold their governments' first face-to-face talks in months Wednesday.
28 days ago
Rescue workers put out the fire of a destroyed car after a Russian attack in a residential neighbor...
MSTYSLAV CHERNOV Associated Press

Putin expands fast-track Russian citizenship to all Ukraine

In late May this year, three months after Russia invaded Ukraine, the fast-track procedure was also offered to residents of the Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions. A month ago the first Russian passports were reportedly handed out there.
29 days ago
Anastasiya Sayer, 11, joins others in rallying against the war in Ukraine at the Capitol in Salt La...
Curt Gresseth

Through donations, Ukrainian woman in Idaho seeks to ease suffering of war

The war in Ukraine may have faded from the daily news but a Ukrainian-born woman now in Idaho is dedicated to collecting and sending supplies to meet the needs of suffering Ukrainians.
1 month ago
Residents stand in front of building destroyed by missiles in Ukraine...
FRANCESCA EBEL Associated Press

Russian missiles kill at least 19 in Ukraine’s Odesa region

The Ukrainian president's office said three Kh-22 missiles fired by Russian bombers struck an apartment building and a campsite.
1 month ago
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Tim Lister, Julia Kesaieva, Salma Abdelaziz, Pierre Bairin and Jeevan Ravindran, CNN

Russian missiles hit Kyiv as G7 summit begins in Europe

G7 summit begins in Germany, as Russia hits Kyiv with a series of missile attacks.
1 month ago
A fighter in a tank in Ukraine....
ANDREA ROSA and JAMEY KEATEN Associated Press

Men, morale, munitions: Russia’s Ukraine war faces long slog

Over the weekend, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned the war could last years and warned of "Ukraine fatigue" abroad.
2 months ago
Smokes raises from a railway service facility hit by a Russian missile strike in Kyiv, Ukraine, Sun...
JOHN LEICESTER Associated Press

Russia hits Kyiv with missiles; Putin warns West on arms

Vladimir Putin warned Sunday that any Western deliveries of longer-range rocket systems would prompt Moscow to hit "objects that we haven't yet struck."
2 months ago
Russian military vehicles move on a highway in an area controlled by Russian-backed separatist forc...
The Associated Press

US and allies: Hold Russia accountable for Ukraine crimes

Russia will be held accountable for crimes committed by its forces in Ukraine, the United States and its allies vowed on Thursday.
2 months ago
The facilities of the oil refinery on the industrial site of PCK-Raffinerie GmbH are illuminated in...
Niamh Kennedy, CNN

EU agrees on partial ban of Russian oil imports

The European Union has agreed upon a partial ban of Russian oil imports.
2 months ago
Russian Sgt. Vadim Shishimarin stands after a Ukrainian court sentenced him to life in prison in Ky...
ELENA BECATOROS, OLEKSANDR STASHEVSKYI and RICARDO MAZALAN

Russian sentenced to life in Ukraine’s 1st war crimes trial

That war has unleashed a brutal conflict that has led to accusations of atrocities, left thousands dead, and driven millions from their homes.
3 months ago
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., meets with reporters at the Capitol in Washington, We...
ALAN FRAM

Congress OKs latest $40B to help Ukraine repulse Russians

All Democrats and most Republicans rallied behind the latest, and possibly not last, U.S. financial salvo against Russia's invasion.
3 months ago
A McDonald's in Russia...
DAVID KOENIG and DEE-ANN DURBIN AP Business Writers

De-Arching: McDonald’s to sell Russia business, exit country

McDonald's said it's the first time the company has ever "de-arched," or exited a major market. It plans to start removing golden arches and other symbols and signs with the company's name.
3 months ago
A soccer ball on a field. Ukrainian refugees will receive un-poppable soccer balls....
Lindsay Aerts

Utah non-profit to bring soccer to Ukrainian refugees

Utah non-profit Refugee Soccer will deliver soccer balls to Ukrainian children displaced by the war, aiming to provide refugees with a healthy diversion.
3 months ago
President Joe Biden signs the Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act of 2022 in the Oval Office o...
The Associated Press

Biden signs Ukraine bill, seeks $40B aid, in Putin rejoinder

President Joe Biden signed a Ukraine bill Monday and is seeking $40 billion in aid.
3 months ago
A man feeds a child as they arrive by bus at a reception center for displaced people in Zaporizhzhi...
CARA ANNA and INNA VARENYTSIA Associated Press

First civilians leave Mariupol steel plant; hundreds remain

Relief workers are waiting for the first group of civilians freed from a steel plant, the last redoubt of Ukrainian fighters in the port city.
3 months ago
Firefighters try to put out a fire following an explosion in Kyiv, Ukraine on Thursday, April 28, 2...
KSL NewsRadio

Relatives: Former US Marine killed fighting in Ukraine

Rebecca Cabrera said her son, 22-year-old Willy Joseph Cancel, was killed Monday while working for a military contracting company in Ukraine.
3 months ago
President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in the Roosevelt Room of t...
Arlette Saenz, Kate Sullivan, Betsy Klein and Kevin Liptak, CNN

Biden to ask Congress for $33 billion in Ukraine aid as war enters new phase

Additional humanitarian assistance and food security funding will be included as well, to the tune of $3 billion, including "wheat and other commodities."
3 months ago
A destroyed tank and a damaged apartment building from heavy fighting are seen in an area controlle...
The Associated Press

US urges more arms for Ukraine amid fears of expanding war

The United States pressured its allies to Kyiv well-supplied with weapons as Russia continues its war on Ukraine.
3 months ago
FILE - In this photo  provided by the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, Russian missile cruis...
The Associated Press

Sailors’ families seek answers about Russian ship sinking

Families of Russian sailors aboard the Moskva are seeking information about the ship sinking.
4 months ago
President Joe Biden walks to board Air Force One, Thursday, April 21, 2022, at Andrews Air Force Ba...
The Associated Press

Biden announces heavy artillery, other weapons for Ukraine

President Joe Biden announced another $1,3 billion in military aide for Ukraine.
4 months ago
Ukrainian soldiers walk on a destroyed bridge in Irpin, on the outskirts of Kyiv, on Wednesday, Apr...
The Associated Press

‘Days or hours left’: Russia tightens the noose in Mariupol

Russian forces tighten their grip in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol.
4 months ago

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