Mariupol cites witnesses suggesting 300 may have been killed in theatre bombing
Local officials, citing witness accounts, said as many as 300 people may have been killed in the bombing of a theatre in the besieged southern Ukrainian city of Mariupol on March 16.
Opinion | America Thinks the War Is About Ukraine. Russia’s Neighbors Disagree.
To Central and Eastern Europeans, the invasion of Ukraine is the latest in a series of nightmarish assaults.
NATO, G-7 leaders promise bulwark against retaliatory Russian cyberattacks
The pledges by NATO and G-7 nations follow the Biden administration saying that Russia's calculus on digital assaults had changed.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Arrives in Delhi, to Meet Jaishankar, NSA Ajit Doval Tomorrow
Wang Yi’s visit comes a day after India had rejected his remarks on Kashmir at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting in Islamabad.
"He (Putin) Has No Idea What's Coming": Joe Biden
US President Joe Biden warned Vladimir Putin that the Russian leader "has no idea what's coming", as Western nations tightened an economic noose around Russia, whose invading forces bombarded Ukrainian cities.
"Informed Them Real State Of Affairs": Russia On Germany, France Talks
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday slammed what he said was the "flagrant violation" of international humanitarian law by Ukraine's forces as he held phone talks with the leaders of France and Germany, the Kremlin said.
"Kyiv Failed": What Russia Said On Humanitarian Corridor In Ukraine
Russian Defence Ministry on Sunday said Ukraine has not fulfilled its commitments with regards to organizing humanitarian corridors to help people leave Mariupol.
"Monstrous Provocation": Russia Claims Attack On Nuclear Plant By Ukrainians
Russia's defence ministry on Friday blamed an attack at the site of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine on Ukrainian saboteurs, calling it a monstrous provocation.
"Never Abandon" Approach: UN Nuclear Watchdog Head To Visit Iran
The head of the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency, the UN nuclear watchdog, will travel to Iran on Saturday "for meetings with senior Iranian officials", the IAEA said Thursday.
"Terrorist State (Russia) Resorted To Nuclear Terror": Ukraine's Zelensky
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Moscow on Friday of resorting to "nuclear terror" and wanting to "repeat" the Chernobyl disaster after he said invading Russian forces shot at a nuclear power plant.
"Ukraine, We Won't Desert You!": Anti-Russia Protests Sweep Europe
Thousands of demonstrators on Sunday took to the streets in cities across Europe for the second weekend running to protest against Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
"Wasn't Pre-Consulted With Us": US Surprised At Poland's Jets Offer For Ukraine
Poland's decision to put all its MiG-29 fighter jets at the disposal of the United States was "a surprise move" by Warsaw, the U.S. State Department's No. 3 diplomat said on Tuesday.
"We Do Whatever We Can To Deter China": Australia's "Want Peace" Message
Amid rising tensions with China, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton has indicated that his country may send weapons to Taiwan in response to any future Chinese military aggression.
"Will Be 10 Times Larger Than Chernobyl If..." Ukraine On N-Plant Attack
Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba called on Russian troops to stop attacking Europe's largest nuclear power plant on Friday after a fire broke out.
"Worst Is To Come" In Ukraine, Says French President After Call With Putin
French President Emmanuel Macron believes "the worst is to come" in Ukraine after a 90-minute phone call with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin who appears intent on seizing "the whole" of the country, an aide to the French leader said.
"Wouldn't Have Had To Go Abroad If...": PM To Students Back From Ukraine
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday blamed previous governments for a large number of Indian students going abroad to pursue medical education.
'A Sigh Of Relief': 700 Indians Evacuated From Ukraine's Sumy May Board Flight Home On Thursday
The last group of about 700 Indian students evacuated from the northeastern Ukrainian city of Sumy has boarded a special train from Poltava and are probably going to get onto a flight to India from Poland on Thursday.
'A new stage of terror': Zelenskyy compares Russia to Isis after Ukraine mayor 'kidnapped'
Ukraine's president said Russia has moved into "a new stage of terror" as he accused invading forces of kidnapping a city's mayor.
'Almost 6000 Russians killed in 6 days of war': Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy
"Nobody will forgive. Nobody will forget," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed after the bloodshed on the square in Kharkiv. 
'Constructive conversation': Quad leaders discuss Ukraine situation
With the Russia-Ukraine conflict intensifying, US President Joe Biden had a 'constructive conversation' with other Quad leaders, the White House said on Thursday.   The rapidly evolving situation in Ukraine was discussed by the Quad leaders, which include Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  
'I owe it to my homeland': Ukrainians at the Polish border explain why they're going back home
Thousands of Ukrainians displaced by Russian attacks have been arriving in Lviv and waiting days to board trains and buses travelling to Przemyśl.
'IMMEDIATELY REPEAT IMMEDIATELY': India's urgent advisory asks citizens to leave Kharkiv
Earlier, the Indian Embassy in Ukraine had asked Indian nationals and students to leave the capital city Kyiv 'urgently today' as Russian forces close in on the capital city.
'Indians faced discrimination in Ukraine'
'The Ukrainian soldiers were cordial to Nigerians and others but were harsh on Indians'
'Main focus on evacuating Indian students from Sumy'
Prime Minister Modi calls high-level meet to discuss India's evacuation efforts
'Only Way To Stop The War': Ukraine President Zelensky Seeks Direct Talks With Putin
'If you do not have the power to close the skies, then give me planes!' Zelensky told a press conference.
'Quad' leaders agree Ukraine scenario must never happen in Indo-Pacific region
"This development makes it even more important to work toward realizing a free and open Indo-Pacific," Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters after the virtual meeting.
'Senseless war' sees 2.5m people flee Ukraine
Two and a half million people have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded and another two million have been internally displaced by the war, the United Nations has said.
'Stop this war immediately,' NATO chief tells Putin, says military alliance has been strengthened
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the war in Ukraine "immediately" and engage in diplomacy.
'Will They Take Action After We Die?' Student In Ukraine Slams Centre
An Indian student stuck in war-hit Ukraine's Sumy for last seven days complained that embassy officials are not responding to SOS calls and that students are left to eat stale food and walk kilometres in sub-zero temperatures.
'Worst is yet to come' in Ukraine: French Prez after Putin call
Putin 'wanted to seize control of the whole of Ukraine. He will, in his own words, carry out his operation to 'de-Nazify' Ukraine to the end.'
1 Million People Have Fled Ukraine Since Russian Invasion, U.N. Says
The United Nations has predicted that as many as 4 million people could eventually leave Ukraine, and even that projection could go up.
1 million fled from Ukraine in under a week amid war: UN refugee agency
The UN refugee agency said Thursday that 1 million people have now fled Ukraine since Russia's invasion less than a week ago, an exodus without precedent in this century for its speed
1 million flee Ukraine
The U.N. refugee agency said Thursday that 1 million people have now fled Ukraine since Russia’s invasion less than a week ago, an exodus without precedent in this century for its speed.
1 million refugees have fled Ukraine since the war began, UN says
The tally amounts to more than 2% of Ukraine's population.
11 days of Russia-Ukraine crisis: What to know on Russia's war in Ukraine
On Day 11 of Russia's war on Ukraine, Russian troops shelled encircled cities, and it appeared that a second attempt to evacuate civilians from the port city of Mariupol failed due to violence
11,000 Russian troops killed since invasion began: Ukraine's Foreign Ministry
According to the MFA data, 999 armoured vehicles of different types, 46 aircraft, 68 helicopters, 290 tanks, 117 artillery pieces and 50 MLRs belonging to the Russian military were hit during the combat.
130 buses ready to evacuate Indian students from Ukraine: Russia
Mizintsev said that places for temporary accommodation and rest have been set up at the checkpoints.
154 more Keralites arrive from Ukraine
Efforts on to ensure the safety of Indians stranded in Kharkiv
17 injured as attack hits Ukraine maternity hospital, officials say
Mariupol’s city council said on its social media site that the damage was ‘colossal’.
18,000 Indians left Ukraine since first travel advisory was released: MEA
The Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday said that a total of 18,000 Indian nationals have left Ukraine.
180 students who returned from Ukraine to come to Kerala today: CM Pinarayi Vijayan
We are ensuring that all Keralites repatriated from Ukraine, reach back safe and sound, chief minister Vijayan tweeted
1m people have fled Ukraine in week since Russia's invasion, UN says
The United Nations refugee agency has said that one million people have now fled Ukraine to neighbouring countries since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of its Eastern European neighbour.
2 million people have fled Ukraine since the start of Russian attacks, UN says
A dark historical first: Half of those leaving Ukraine are children
2 ‘Operation Ganga’ flights bring back 370 Indians from Ukraine
The government officials indicate that another flight is expected early on Monday morning, details of which are awaited.
2,135 Indian nationals evacuated on Sunday, taking total to 16K
2,135 Indian citizens returned back home on Sunday through 11 special civilian flights from Ukraine's neighbouring countries.
2.5 million people have now fled Ukraine: UN
The UN Refugee Agency's chief Filippo Grandi blamed the mass displacement on what he called a 'senseless war' that began on 24 February.
21 Dead As Russian Shelling Hits School, Cultural Centre In Ukraine
At least 21 people were killed and 25 were injured on Thursday when Russian forces shelled a town in eastern Ukraine, local prosecutors said.
21 killed in pre-dawn Russian attack on school
Twenty-one people have been killed by Russian artillery that destroyed a school and a community center in Merefa, near the northeast city of Kharkiv, officials said.
227 civilians dead in Ukraine as Russian invasion enters second week: UN
The UN human rights office says 227 civilians have been killed and another 525 injured in its latest count of the toll in Ukraine in the wake of Russia's military invasion that began a week ago
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