A plan by Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands aims to get some Leopard 1 tanks to Ukraine ‘within months.’
The new initiative aims to boost Kyiv’s supply of tanks faster as more advanced tanks will take many months to arrive.
Former Israeli PM: Putin promised not to kill Zelenskyy
A former Israeli prime minister who served briefly as a mediator at the start of Russia’s war with Ukraine says he drew a promise from the Russian president not to kill his Ukrainian counterpart
International team suspends investigation into MH17 downing
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — An international team of investigators has suspended its criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014, saying they have insufficient evidence to launch any new prosec
Live: Fighting intensifies around Ukraine’s eastern city of Bakhmut
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky said the situation on the front lines in the east of the country was getting tougher with Russia throwing more and more troops into battle, hours after the two…
UK energy company BP's profits double to $27.7 billion
British energy company BP has reported record annual earnings amid growing calls for the U.K. government to boost taxes on companies profiting from the high price of oil and natural gas after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Ukraine pushes to exclude Russia from 2024 Paris Olympics
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — With next year's Paris Olympics on the horizon and Russia’s invasion looking more like a prolonged conflict, Ukraine’s sports minister on Friday renewed a threat to boycott the games if Russia and Belarus are allowed to compete
In High-Profile Raids, Zelensky Showcases Will to Tackle Corruption
President Volodymyr Zelensky is eager to highlight his crackdown on corruption, ahead of E.U. accession talks and possible Western investigations of war aid.
Russia-Ukraine War: Zelensky May Go to Brussels as He Navigates E.U. Political Support
A possible trip by Ukraine’s president to meet European Union leaders in Brussels on Thursday hinges on security arrangements.
Outnumbered and Worn Out, Ukrainians in East Brace for Russian Assault
The war is intensifying in a string of villages on the eastern front, where doctors struggle to handle an influx of gruesome injuries and soldiers fret about a Russian army sending waves of new conscripts.
Russia's African footprint grows with Lavrov trip to Mali
Amid Russia's isolation, its friendship with Mali blossoms, but has it stopped jihadist violence?
Russian missile destroys Ukrainian apartment building; 3 dead, say police
A Russian missile destroyed an apartment building and damaged seven more in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk on Wednesday night, killing at least three people and injuring 20, regional police said.
U.S. LNG exports fall 5% as shipments to Europe slip
U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) declined 5% to 6.84 million tonnes in January compared to the prior month as cold weather boosted domestic demand and as producers sent less gas to European customers, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Wednesday.
Erdogan: Sweden can't join NATO if Quran-burning is allowed
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reaffirmed Wednesday that Turkey won’t allow Sweden to join the NATO military alliance as long as the Scandinavian country permits protests desecrating Islam’s holy book to take place.
Russian shelling kills US medic volunteering in Ukraine
The 34-year-old veteran was in the country working as a medic when his vehicle was hit in the east of the country
Baltic PMs: Olympic boycott possible if Russians compete
The prime ministers of the three Baltic countries have urged the International Olympic Committee to ban Russian athletes from next year’s Paris Games because of the war in Ukraine and say a boycott is a possibility
Home of Ukrainian oil tycoon raided in anti-corruption purge
Ukraine is taking a hard line against corruption as it continues talks to join the European Union.
Germany's interior minister makes risky run for state office
Germany’s interior minister says she plans to run for governor of her home state this fall but to remain the country’s top security official in the meantime
Ukraine calls for help from West on warplanes
The city of Kharkiv came under renewed attack on Sunday as Canada dispatched the first of its Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. President Zelenskyy’s incumbent defence minister has warned that the country's death toll will rise if warplanes are not delivered.
Factbox: Who is Kyrylo Budanov, Ukraine's potential next defence minister?
Kyrylo Budanov, who is expected to become Ukraine's next defence minister, is a young officer who enjoyed a meteoric rise to become military intelligence chief, decorated for his role in operations that mostly remain secret.
Bodies of British volunteers killed in Ukraine recovered from Russian forces
It marks the second prisoner swap this year
Ukraine: 5 injured in rocket attacks on 2nd-largest city
Officials say five people have been injured in Russian rocket attacks in the central area of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city
Notorious Russian nationalist Igor Mangushev shot dead in Ukraine
Igor Mangushev was shot in the head and his killing sparks speculation about who was to blame.
Soaring Death Toll Gives Grim Insight Into Russian Tactics
Moscow is sending poorly trained recruits, including convicts, to the front lines in eastern Ukraine to pave the way for more seasoned fighters, U.S. and allied officials say.
Norway looks to donate $7.3 billion in aid to Ukraine
The government of oil-rich Norway is looking to donate 75 billion kroner ($7.3 billion) in a multiyear support package to Ukraine
MEPS are travelling to Ukraine for historic summit
In an unprecedented sign of solidarity and support, the European Union delegation will travel to Kyiv this week for a historic summit in the war-battered nation.