Articles tagged "Mariupol"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, August 13

Ukraine attacked Saki air base in Crimea -- Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant at "risk of violating radiation" safety standards -- Belarus extends military drills near Ukraine's borders -- Ukrainian forces strike key targets in south -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, August 12

Russia must withdraw from nuclear plant to restore Europe's security -- Russia plans sham 'trial' for Ukrainian POWS in occupied Mariupol -- Russia working on campaign to discredit Zelensky -- Ukraine repels Russia’s offensive towards Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, July 16

30% of Russian missile strikes target military infrastructure, most hit civilian areas -- More than 46 hectares of wheat burned due to Russian shelling in Kharkiv Oblast -- Russian Ministry of Defense admits deliberately hitting Vinnytsia's center -- Russian airstrike hits 2 schools in Kharkiv -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, July 15

Russia uses torture chambers, civilians as human shields in Ukraine -- Guerrillas set sunflower oil refinery on fire in Mariupol -- Russia strikes civilian objects over 17,000 times -- Latvian parliament: Russian gas supply to be suspended in 2023 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, July 12

Putin forces Russian passports on Ukrainians -- 8 foreign ships enter Ukrainian ports to export grain -- Almost 80% of population evacuated from Donetsk Oblast -- Western weapons are already changing the course of war -- Iran might provide hundreds of drones to Russia -- 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 - Sunday, July 3

Lviv defenses to be strengthened due to threat of attack from Belarus -- Russian forces on defensive near Sloviansk, continue to shell towards Kramatorsk -- Russia steps up missile attacks across Ukraine to push Kyiv into making territorial concessions -- Ukraine loses $135 million as Russia steals water from Dnipro River to supply occupied Crimea -- US believes Russia does not have sufficient forces to control Kherson Oblast -- 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 Summary Friday, June 24

Ukrainian military will have to retreat from Sievierodonetsk -- US-made HIMARS arrive in Ukraine -- Ukraine to begin first trial of Russian soldier accused of rape -- Russia shells villages in Sumy Oblast with phosphorus munitions -- 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 Monday, June 20

Russia used over 210 types of ammunition banned under international treaties in Ukraine -- Russia forcibly deports 300,000 Ukrainian children -- Russian forces have stolen 15,000 tons of sunflower, 10,000 tons of grain from Luhansk Oblast -- Threat of water contamination at Russian-seized iron ore plant in Zaporizhzhia -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, 19 June 2022

Russia makes ‘marginal gains’ near Sievierodonetsk, stall offensives elsewhere -- Russia pulls all reserves to Luhansk Oblast, massive offensives expected in coming days -- Russia renews attempts to advance south of Izium, Kharkiv Oblast -- Russia distributes newspapers in occupied areas falsely claiming ‘Ukrainian panic’ -- and more