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Russia claims one killed, 2 injured in Ukraine's attack on Crimea

One person was killed and two injured in an overnight attack by Ukraine on the city of Feodosia in Crimea, local authorities confirmed on Tuesday.

Finland proposes new $55mln Ukraine reconstruction plan for 2025-2026

Helsinki: The Finnish Foreign Ministry on Thursday published the first part of the reconstruction plan for Ukraine that proposes a new mixed credit instrument to enable projects worth 50 million euros ($55 million) in 2025-2026.

US President Joe Biden announces $200 million in aid for Ukraine amid ongoing conflict with Russia

US President Joe Biden has announced $200 million in pre-approved aid for Ukraine following his meeting with the country's president Volodymyr Zelenskyy during his visit to Washington on Tuesday (December 12, 2023).

Kiev: Over 50 injured in suspected Russian missile attack on the Ukrainian capital

At least 53 people were injured in a major Russian missile attack on the Ukrainian capital early Wednesday, Mayor Vitali Klitschko said.

Ukraine: Civilian casualties mount as war enters second winter

At least 10,000 civilians, including over 560 children, have been killed and more than 18,500 injured since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February last year, the UN Human Rights Monitoring Mission there said on Tuesday.

Cash-strapped Pakistan sold arms to Ukraine: Reports

Pakistan, a nation experiencing a financial crisis, entered into a $364 million arms sales agreement with two private US companies last year, media reports said.

Ukraine: UN official ‘utterly outraged’ by brutal attack in Kherson

The top UN humanitarian official in Ukraine has condemned deadly Russian shelling in the southern city of Kherson on Monday.

UN official says ‘brutal and far-reaching’ war continues in Ukraine

As the world’s attention focuses on the unfolding emergency in the Gaza Strip, a senior UN aid official on Tuesday urged the Security Council not to overlook the equally “brutal and far-reaching” crisis in Ukraine.

Six die after Russian missile hit postal depot in Ukraine

At least six people died and 16 others were injured after a Russian missile hit a postal terminal in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine, media reports said.

Commission of Inquiry finds evidence of war crimes in Ukraine

A new UN report has found continued evidence of war crimes and human rights violations committed by Russian authorities in Ukraine, including torture, rape and the deportation of children.

Canada donates more munitions to Ukraine including artillery shells, aircraft bombs

Toronto/IBNS: Canada is sending more munitions to Ukraine including artillery rounds and aircraft bombs, Defence Minister Bill Blair announced in Brussels on Wednesday at the 16th meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group.

Ukraine: Civilians endure ‘unbearable’ toll amid ‘unrelenting’ attacks

Senior UN officials on Monday strongly condemned recent Russian attacks on Ukrainian towns and civilian infrastructure, emphasizing the need for accountability for those harming civilians during hostilities.

Russian attack on Ukraine village leaves 51 dead, Volodymyr Zelenskyy describes it as 'brutal'

At least 51 people, including an eight-year-old boy, died after Russians attacked Hroza village in Ukraine, media reports said.

Ukraine-Russia Crisis: US sends 1.1 million rounds of seized Iranian ammunition to Kyiv

The U.S. government transferred approximately 1.1 million 7.62mm rounds to the Ukrainian armed forces.

Ukraine conflict: Rights expert report claims rape and torture by Russian forces continuing

Russian forces in Ukraine faced new allegations of war crimes on Monday as UN-appointed independent rights experts published the findings of their latest report into Russia’s full-scale invasion of its neighbour.