Drones hit two dormitories and an educational facility in the city of Rzhyshchiv, south of the capital Kyiv, partially destroying them.
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.
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Brokered by the United Nations and Turkey, the deal allows Ukraine to ship food and fertilizer through a humanitarian corridor from Black Sea ports. The duration of the extension remained uncertain.
Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to the Black Sea peninsula to mark the ninth anniversary of its annexation from Ukraine. Russia's move in 2014 was denounced as illegal by most of the world.
A secretive Russian military unit, known for its part in the deaths of hundreds of civilians on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 nearly a decade ago, was fighting in eastern Ukraine, NPR uncovered.
The ICC has issued warrants for the Russian president and his children's rights commissioner for alleged war crimes involving accusations that Russia has forcibly taken Ukrainian children.
Ukraine has long sought fighter jets, though these are old Soviet-made MiG-29s and not the more advanced Western warplanes that Kyiv covets.
Gov. Ron DeSantis is opposed to U.S. support for Ukraine in its war with Russia. So is former President Donald Trump. The issue seems poised to become a flashpoint in the 2024 presidential race.
A Russian barrage on Ukrainian targets Thursday included the use of the Kinzhal hypersonic missile — a weapon that can travel four times the speed of sound and is thought to be nuclear-capable.
The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Station was among the Ukrainian structures damaged by a barrage of Russian missiles on Wednesday. Though power has been restored, the threat of nuclear meltdown remains.
Ukrainian officials say at least six people were killed in Lviv and other cities in a Russian bombardment that included advanced Kinzhal missiles, which air defenses can't shoot down.
Yevgeny Prigozhin, known as "Putin's Chef" because of his company's origins in the catering business, now fields a mercenary army of 50,000. Its role in Ukraine is central to Russia's war effort.