Zaporizhzhia, Europe's largest nuclear power plant, has been under Russian control since March 1.
The U.S. has committed $25.2 billion in military aid to Ukraine and the U.K. has pledged $4.1 billion, but Germany has only promised $1.2 billion and France $0.2 billion.
The U.S. and Ukraine have different policy goals when it comes to Russia, a military veteran and journalist says.
The Ukraine war is turning Russia into "Beijing's junior partner," according to one analyst.
Heavy Russian tank losses are partly the result of a failure to properly fit Explosive Reactive Armor, according to Britain's Ministry of Defense.
Ukraine has vowed to destroy the famed Kerch crossing, linking Russian-occupied Crimea to mainland Russia.
Ukraine has targeted the Antonovsky Bridge multiple times using high-precision HIMARS munitions provided by the U.S.
Ukraine strikes are causing a problem for Russia after both the Antonivsky road bridge and the Kherson rail bridge were damaged.
Irynka Vasilyeva started her own business making flower crowns after her dad died in combat during the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Russian attacks on Thursday either "did not succeed" or were only "partially successful," according to Ukraine.
Footage of actor Steven Seagal filming in a Donetsk prison has reaffirmed his ties with Russia. Newsweek Fact Check traces the timeline of this relationship.
Soldiers can be seen leaving messages on artillery ammunition before firing, per footage released by Ukraine.
Ukrainian armed forces say a Russian BTR-82—wheeled armored personnel carrier—and its personnel have been attacked in by the 53rd Mechanized Brigade.
The U.S. has sent $9.1 billion in military assistance to Ukraine since the Russian invasion.
The Department of Defense announced the $1B package just days after Russia said its troops destroyed HIMARS.
Ukraine having stronger weapons could force Russia to the negotiating table quicker, said retired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman on Monday.
German lawmaker Nico Lange said Saturday that significant aid from overseas has changed the power dynamic in the ongoing conflict.
Russian strikes fired at Ukraine from Belarus prove Putin's forces "can pass through Belarus quite freely," said Estonian official Marti Magnus.
Dan Rice, an adviser to the Ukrainian Armed Forces, blamed Russia's "immoral" troops for the military's struggling invasion.
It is critical that the White House outline its strategy now for how to continue exporting grain from Ukraine while protecting the most vulnerable populations from a war-induced famine.
James Colomina, a French artist who installed a sculpture of Putin in Central Park, has explained what he meant with the art.
In March, Volodymyr Saldo said "Kherson is Ukraine" but a month later he was made head of the Russian-controlled regional administration.
A U.S. think tank said Ukraine was preparing for a counteroffensive in occupied Kherson amid a "dramatic weakening" of Russia's forces.
Many Western companies are either paring back operations in Russia or leaving entirely. The costs have been high for business—and for Russia.
Ukrainian forces are laying the groundwork for an operation to liberate Kherson, occupied by Russian troops in February.
Oleksiy Vadatursky operated a major Ukrainian grain exporting company and was ranked as the 24th richest man in the country.
"We and the Americans assess that 75,000 Russian soldiers have either been killed or been wounded," British Professor Anthony Glees said Sunday.
During the Ukraine war Lukashenko has been a key Putin ally, letting Russia fire missiles from Belarus, the UK's defense ministry reported Sunday.
Economic fallout amid the Ukraine war is weakening Putin's grip on power, said Iver Neumann.
The success comes as Ukraine prepares for a major counteroffensive in the south. A think tank says it could stave off Russian annexation plans.