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Explosions reported across Ukraine

Explosions were reported in multiple Ukrainian regions on Friday after air raid alerts went off across the country's entire territory.

'Peace has no losers’, Erdogan says, vowing to step up efforts to end war in Ukraine

The President of Türkiye showcased his country as an active partner on both the regional and global levels¸ and called for reform of the international institutions, during his speech at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy removes Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that he has dismissed the country's Defence Minister, Oleksii Reznikov, who had been serving the country in the position since the beginning of Russia's invasion of the nation in 2022.

Top UN aid official in Ukraine deplores latest wave of ‘massive Russian attacks’

Russian strikes on at least 10 regions in Ukraine have left a path of death and destruction over the past 24 hours, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in the country said on Wednesday.

Top UN aid official in Ukraine condemns latest wave of indiscriminate attacks

New York: An escalation of Russian attacks against civilians in Ukraine has brought more death and injuries to southern regions while hampering aid operations, the UN’s top humanitarian official in the country said on Monday.

Ukraine: Military strengthening second line of defence on northern border

Kyiv: The Ukrainian military is strengthening a second line of defence in the Rivne Region near the border with Belarus, filling it with traps against infantry and vehicles as well as planting mines near the Rivne nuclear power plant, Ukrainian media reported on Saturday.

Ukraine: Seven die as Russian missiles hit Pokrovsk town

At least seven people died as two Russian missiles hit residential buildings in the Ukrainian town of Pokrovsk on Monday, officials said on Tuesday.

Russian attacks continue to affect world’s most vulnerable, UN spokesperson says

Attacks against Ukrainian port infrastructure are not isolated and with Russia’s termination of the Black Sea Initiative, are impacting global food prices and affecting the most vulnerable people, a UN spokesperson said on Monday.

Ukraine crisis: Kiev attacks Russia's naval base in Novorossiysk with drone boats

Moscow: Ukraine attempted to attack a Russian naval base in the city of Novorossiysk overnight with two unmanned boats, which were detected and destroyed by Russia's warships, the Russian Defense Ministry said Friday.

Ukraine: UN strongly condemns Russian strikes in Odesa

New York: Senior UN officials have strongly condemned the deadly Russian missile strikes in the Ukrainian city of Odesa on Sunday which damaged several historic buildings.

Ukraine: Do not play with nuclear Armageddon, warns UN Assembly President

New York: Targeting of civilians and civilian infrastructure in Ukraine and threats of use of nuclear weapons, severely undermines trust “within and in our institution”, the President of the UN General Assembly said on Tuesday.

Ukraine: Air raid warnings issued in Kiev, multiple regions

Moscow: Air raid sirens went off in several regions of Ukraine, including Kiev, late on Friday night, according to air raid data from the country’s Ministry of Digital Transformation.

Report reveals war’s ‘stark impacts’ on Ukraine society

New York: Twenty-two percent of households in Ukraine are spending over a quarter of their monthly income on healthcare, according to a report issued on Monday by 12 UN agencies in the country.

Ukraine: 700,000 people affected by water shortages from dam disaster

New York: UN humanitarians continue bringing life-saving aid to survivors of the flooding from the Kakhovka Dam, but they’ve warned that hundreds of thousands more people in the country’s south face severe water shortages.

Ukraine lost 7,500 people on contact line since June 4

Kyiv: Ukrainian troops have lost about 7,500 military both killed and injured on the line of contact alone since June 4, The Russian Defense Ministry said on Wednesday.