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Ukraine Marks Independence Day Six Months After Start Of War

Russia now holds large swaths of the country's east and south, but its gains accumulated slowly. Neither country has revealed how many troops it has lost during the six-month conflict.

24 August 2022

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On Eve Of Ukraine's National Day, Fears Russia Will Pounce

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres late Monday warned about the nuclear threat in general, particularly since Russia alluded to its massive nuclear arsenal early in the war.


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On Ukraine's Front Line, A Fight To Save Premature Babies

Before Russia's invasion of Ukraine in late February, three hospitals in government-controlled areas of the country's war-torn Donetsk region had facilities to care for premature babies.


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US To Give Ukraine USD 3 Billion In Military Aid For Years Ahead

Officials said it will include money for the small, hand-launched Puma drones, the longer-endurance Scan Eagle surveillance drones, which are launched by catapult, and, for the first time, the British Vampire drone system,...

24 August 2022

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Russia Looks To Step Up Hits On Ukraine's Civilian Infrastructure, Warns US

The State Department issued the alert after the US intelligence community on Monday declassified a finding that determined that Russia would increasingly target Ukrainian civilian infrastructure, according to a US official...


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With ‘Bravery’ As Its New Brand, Ukraine Is Turning Advertising Into A Weapon Of War

Subsequently, the country’s government hired an international advertising company to design a modern national brand for Estonia as it prepared to host Eurovision the following year.

21 August 2022

Florists preparing the Sunflower arch at the entrance of Downing Street office in London

Sunflower For Solidarity: UK Decorates Downing Street Office Entrance With Ukraine's National Flower

The outgoing UK leader Boris Johnson created an arch of sunflowers — Ukraine's national flower — outside his Downing Street office to commemorate the eastern European nation's independence day on Wednesday. The gesture...

24 August 2022

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

Will UP’s Road To $1-Trillion Economy Become CM Adityanath's Claim To Political Glory?

Chasing the $1-trillion economy dream, CM Yogi’s Uttar Pradesh awaits a change that goes beyond an infrastructural push

20 August 2022

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20 August 2022
US Announces New Military Aid Of USD 775 Million, Drones For Ukraine

US Announces New Military Aid Of USD 775 Million, Drones For Ukraine

A senior defence official told reporters that a new USD 775 million aid package will include 15 Scan Eagles, 40 mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles known...


18 August 2022
Vladimir Putin Offers Money To Women To Have 10 Kids To Repopulate Russia

Vladimir Putin Offers Money To Women To Have 10 Kids To Repopulate Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin restored an award first introduced by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin that's designed to encourage women to have more children,...


18 August 2022
Deglobalisation and Its Discontents – India Likely To Be More Content Than Others, Relatively

Deglobalisation and Its Discontents – India Likely To Be More Content Than Others, Relatively

While the Covid-19 pandemic and the more recent war in Ukraine showed risks of deglobalization up starkly, tell-tale signs were evident for a longer time


18 August 2022
Ukraine Crisis: Blasts In Crimea Underscore Russian Forces' Vulnerability

Ukraine Crisis: Blasts In Crimea Underscore Russian Forces' Vulnerability

The attacks in Crimea could open a new front that would represent a significant escalation in the war and further stretch Russia's resources.


17 August 2022
Crimea 'Sabotage' Highlights Russia's Woes In Ukraine War

Crimea 'Sabotage' Highlights Russia's Woes In Ukraine War

The Russian forces also shelled Kharkiv and various parts of the Kharkiv region overnight, damaging residential buildings and civilian infrastructure but...


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17 August 2022
Donetsk Leader Calls For 'Beneficial' Ties With North Korea

Donetsk Leader Calls For 'Beneficial' Ties With North Korea

North Korea last month became one of the few nations in the world to recognise the independence of Donetsk and Luhansk, another Russian-backed separatist...


16 August 2022
Ukrainian Military Says It Repelled More Than Dozen Attacks

Ukrainian Military Says It Repelled More Than Dozen Attacks

In the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, seven civilians were wounded by Russian shelling that hit residential buildings and an area near a bus stop....


16 August 2022
Ukrainian Military Says It Repelled More Than Dozen Attacks

Ukrainian Military Says It Repelled More Than Dozen Attacks

In its regular Facebook update, the Ukrainian military's general staff said Russian troops had attempted to push towards Kramatorsk, one of two major cities in...


14 August 2022
In Ukraine, Rebuilding Starts With Neighbours' Help

In Ukraine, Rebuilding Starts With Neighbours' Help

Officials are appealing to Western countries to tap frozen Russian assets on top of what they are willing to donate to help pay for the bill.


14 August 2022
Russian Shelling Heavy In East: Ukraine Strikes Key Bridge

Russian Shelling Heavy In East: Ukraine Strikes Key Bridge

Ukrainian military intelligence alleged Saturday that Russian troops were shelling the plant from a village just kilometers away damaging a plant pumping...


13 August 2022
ATF Price Fall Would Benefit Aviation Sector: Civil Aviation Minister

ATF Price Fall Would Benefit Aviation Sector: Civil Aviation Minister

Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has said that the drop in ATF prices is likely to benefit the aviation sector.


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12 August 2022
UN Demands End To Military Activity At Ukraine Nuke Plant

UN Demands End To Military Activity At Ukraine Nuke Plant

Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi urged Russia and Ukraine, who blame each other for the attacks at the plant, to...


11 August 2022
Ukraine War Fallout: Estonia Bars Russians With Tourist Visas

Ukraine War Fallout: Estonia Bars Russians With Tourist Visas

Ukraine War: The European Union, of which Estonia is a member, already has banned air travel from Russia after it invaded Ukraine.


11 August 2022
Ukraine Says 9 Russian Warplanes Destroyed In Crimea Blasts

Ukraine Says 9 Russian Warplanes Destroyed In Crimea Blasts

Russia denied any aircraft were damaged in Tuesday's blasts — or that any attack took place. But satellite photos clearly showed at least seven fighter...


10 August 2022
Large Explosions Rock Russian Military Air Base In Crimea

Large Explosions Rock Russian Military Air Base In Crimea

Russia's Defense Ministry denied the Saki base on the Black Sea had been shelled and said instead that munitions had blown up there. 


09 August 2022
Large Explosions Rock Russian Military Air Base In Crimea

Large Explosions Rock Russian Military Air Base In Crimea

The Saki base was used by Russian warplanes to strike areas in Ukraine's south on short notice.


09 August 2022
Ukraine War: Russia, Ukraine Trade Accusations Over Nuclear Plant Attacks

Ukraine War: Russia, Ukraine Trade Accusations Over Nuclear Plant Attacks

Russia claimed that Ukrainian shelling caused a power surge and fire and forced staff to lower output from two reactors, while Ukraine has blamed Russian...


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