Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Ukrainian band Tvorchi competed in the Eurovision grand final in Liverpool on Saturday, minutes after Russian missiles struck their hometown of Ternopil. Two people were injured in the attack.
Russia's Victory Day ceremony was scaled back this year, amid the war in Ukraine.
NPR's Scott Simon draws parallels between Vladimir Kara-Murza, a Russian dissident and journalist who was sentenced to 25 years in prison this week, and other courageous figures in history.
"He's giving us hope this neighborhood will come back to life," says a neighbor in the apartment building in Kharkiv damaged during Russia's invasion.
The law could have big implications for the Kremlin's war plans in Ukraine, especially as it tries to recruit thousands more troops in anticipation of a Ukrainian counteroffensive.
There's lots of talk about China supplying weapons to Russia for its war in Ukraine. But one Chinese product already plays a key battlefield role - a cheap, popular, off-the-shelf, commercial drone.
Former service members and combat medics from other countries are in Ukraine to train civilians. They typically have just days with new conscripts before they are sent to the front.
Russia is using a dam it controls to release water from Ukraine's massive Kakhovka Reservoir. It's one of dozens of cases where the war is limiting access to safe water.