Ukraine said Sunday it had found more than 1,200 bodies in the Kyiv region, the scene of atrocities allegedly committed by Russian troops, as residents in the country's east braced -- or fled -- ahead of an expected massive offensive.
Ukraine's president showed a harrowing video of dead civilians to the UN Security Council Tuesday (5 April) and called for "accountability" for apparent Russian atrocities, as fears grow that Moscow is preparing new offensives.
US President Joe Biden called Monday (4 April) for a "war crimes trial" over alleged atrocities in Bucha and vowed tougher sanctions against Moscow, as Ukraine's leader urged the world to acknowledge a "genocide" by Russian troops near Kyiv.
The head of Latvia's natural gas storage operator said Saturday (2 April) the Baltic states were no longer importing Russian gas, a decision made in reaction to the Kremlin's decision to invade Ukraine.
Global outrage at accusations of Russian war crimes in Ukraine mounted Sunday with the discovery of mass graves and corpses in streets near Kyiv, as President Volodymyr Zelenskyy directly blamed leaders in Moscow for the "torture" and "killings" of civilians.
Ukraine's president refused Friday (1 April) to say whether he had ordered an airstrike on Russian soil, as a bus convoy navigated a tortuous evacuation to help thousands flee the besieged city of Mariupol.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned Russia is consolidating and preparing "powerful strikes" in the country's south, including besieged Mariupol, where a new attempt will be made Friday (1 April) to evacuate civilians from the devastated city.
Spanish inflation hit a 37-year high in March over soaring energy costs following Russia's Ukraine invasion, official data showed Wednesday (30 March), amid a wave of social unrest over spiralling prices that has spawned protests, strikes and production stoppages.
Russia was accused before the UN Security Council on Tuesday (29 March) of having caused a "global food crisis" and putting people at risk of "famine" by starting the war in Ukraine, which serves as a breadbasket for Europe.
Russia's top independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta, whose chief editor last year won the Nobel Peace Prize, on Monday (28 March) suspended publication until the end of Moscow's military action in Ukraine.
"For us and, I know, for you, this is a …
The European Commission urged EU member states on Monday (28 March) to explore ways to strip sanctioned Russians and Belarussians of EU nationalities that were acquired in highly controversial "golden passport" schemes.
US President Joe Biden will travel to a town near the Polish-Ukrainian border Friday (25 March), trying to signal Western resolve against a Russian invasion that has increasingly turned to a grinding war of attrition.
A lorry drivers' strike, mass protests by farmers and fishermen, industrial production stoppages: record inflation levels have fuelled growing anger with Spain's left-wing government as energy prices go through the roof.
The Russian space agency said Wednesday (23 March) it will insist its international partners pay it in rubles, after President Vladimir Putin said Russia will only accept ruble payments for gas deliveries to "unfriendly countries".
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made an impassioned plea Thursday (24 March) for citizens worldwide to pour onto streets and squares in global protest against Russia's bloody month-old invasion.
A leading exiled Belarusian opposition figure on Wednesday (23 March) urged the West to strengthen sanctions against President Alexander Lukashenko and his regime for supporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
From huge donations to political parties and bids for games of tennis with senior ministers, to nominations for peerages, Russian money in British politics has been a recurrent issue for years.
But the invasion of Ukraine has intensified calls for party …
Talks between Ukraine and Russia are confrontational but moving forward, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Wednesday (23 March), as the West plans to announce more sanctions against the Kremlin amid a worsening humanitarian crisis.