Articles tagged "Donbas"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, August 8

Possible negotiations with Ukraine will die if illegal referendums take place in occupied territories -- 26,000 Russian war crime cases under investigation -- HIMARS inflict heavy casualties on Russian troops in Melitopol -- Wagner Group recruits over 1,000 Russian prisoners to fight in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, July 24

Russian strike on Odesa port hits its own political standing -- Ukrainian forces prepare to launch counteroffensive in southern Ukraine -- Ukrainian strikes cause ‘further damage to key Antonivsky Bridge’ in occupied Kherson -- Russian troops deliver ammunition to Kherson Oblast under guise of humanitarian aid -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, July 22

Russia plans to annex fifth of Ukraine by Sept -- Grain field on fire after Russian shelling in Mykolaiv Oblast -- Russia likely no longer has the military capability to achieve its ambitions in Ukraine -- Russian ‘operational tempo’ in Ukraine resembles pre-operational pause offensive -- Nord Stream turbine stuck in transit as Russia holds up delivery -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, July 21

Russia might face first Hague war crime case this year -- Russian offensive will likely conclude without seizure of Sloviansk, Bakhmut -- Kremlin may use nuclear threats to deter Ukrainian counteroffensive -- Lithuania to provide Ukraine with more armored personnel carriers, ammunition -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, July

Satellite images show Russia regularly exporting Ukrainian grain to Turkey via Crimea -- Ukraine investigates over 20 sexual violence cases by Russian soldiers -- Russia’s war has destroyed 25,000 km of Ukrainian roads, more than 300 bridges -- Ukraine has defused over 150,000 explosives since Feb. 24 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, July 4

Ukrainian troops will retake Lysychansk thanks to tactics, supply of modern weapons -- Russia tries to legitimize its occupation of Ukraine's Kherson Oblast -- Lukashenko says Belarus’ role in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ‘determined long ago’ -- Ukrainian forces launch more than 30 strikes on Russian-occupied Melitopol -- Russian forces torture diver at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant to death -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, June 30

Amnesty International concludes Mariupol theater attack was a clear war crime -- Russian troops destroy warehouses of humanitarian aid supplies -- Russia still has territorial ambitions beyond Donbas -- Russian troops executed civilians in over 30 Ukrainian settlements -- and more

Ukraine Daily Thursday, June 23

Russian troops kidnap people in Energodar en masse -- Oil refining completely stopped in Ukraine -- Russian collaborator's car blown up in Kherson Oblast -- Russia shells residential areas of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with cluster munitions -- Perception of Putin lowest in 20 years -- and more

Ukraine Daily Tuesday, June 21

More than 1,500 Ukrainian civilians held in Russian prisons -- Ukrainian troops only control Azot plant in Sievierodonetsk -- Russian forces launch 14 missile strikes on Ukraine’s south in 3 hours -- Up to 500,000 people remain in Russian-occupied Kherson Oblast -- More than half of humanitarian corridors have failed to open due to violations by Russia. -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, 16 June 2022

Counteroffensive can end by September if all necessary weapons are provided to Ukraine -- Russia has damaged or destroyed over 380 cultural heritage sites in Ukraine since Feb. 24 -- Police say they prevented terrorist attack on Ukraine’s leadership -- Russian troops shell residential areas of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with Uragan rocket launchers -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, 14 June 2022

Russia uses banned, untested weapons in Ukraine, breaking international law -- Global nuclear arsenal to expand for first time since Cold War -- 5 Russian warships carrying cruise missiles remain in Black Sea -- Russia destroys all bridges leading to Sievierodonetsk -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, 13 June 2022

Putin doesn’t care how Russia is perceived in the West -- 'Specialist gang' smuggles Ukraine’s historic artifacts into Russia -- UN commission investigates Russia's war crimes in Kyiv Oblast -- Russian forces export stolen metal from Mariupol -- Russia ‘continues to struggle with generating additional combat-capable units -- and more