Articles tagged "Dnipropetrovsk"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, April 6

Czechia warns Russia is trying to sabotage railways in Europe -- Ukraine hits Russia's Engels air base. Can it change how Russia attacks? -- Russian use of prohibited chemical weapons has become systemic -- How Ukrainian social media influencer raised over $50 million for military thanks to ‘typing’ -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, April 2

How Czechia busted Russian propaganda network targeting European elections -- Ukraine has attack drones with range of over 1,000 kilometers -- Fire breaks out at industrial facility in Russia's Yekaterinburg -- Experts warn UN court’s approach in Ukraine versus Russia genocide cases may lead to more instability -- Russia looking to remove Taliban’s designation as terrorist organization -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, March 29

Poland investigating pro-Kremlin propaganda network linked to Russian intelligence -- Security measures to be increased in Kyiv following missile strikes, threats of Russian saboteurs -- Czech-led initiative concludes deals for 1 million shells for Ukraine -- Belgian PM says MEPs, MPs paid by Russian propaganda network -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, March 24

Poland scrambles fighter jets amid drone, missile attacks on Ukraine -- Moscow shooting: Putin's attempts to link it to Ukraine 'absolutely predictable' -- If Russia seeks to destroy Zaporizhzhia's Dnipro Dam, attacks will continue -- Partisans attack Russian soldiers, equipment in occupied Melitopol -- 3 injured in Russian attack on relief center in Kherson Oblast -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, March 22

Estonian PM: Russian defeat will help prevent WWIII -- Ukraine's forces stabilize situation in the east -- Krasnodar Krai to close 2 prisons after inmates leave to fight in Ukraine -- Dutch defense minister: You don't start negotiations with gun pointed at your head -- Russia's railway to Crimea is 'important target' for Ukraine -- Russian Navy accidentally hits fishing boat, authorities try to cover it up -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, March 5

Railway bridge blown up in Russia's Samara Oblast -- Ukraine's military intelligence claims cyberattack on Russian Defense Ministry -- Ukraine plans record electricity exports to 5 countries -- Poland to ask EU to sanction Russian, Belarusian agricultural products -- SBU suspects 2 Russian generals of bombing residential buildings in Kyiv Oblast town -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, February 17

'It is time to end naivete' about Putin -- Russian forces kidnap then kill Ukrainian priest in occupied part of Kherson Oblast -- France to provide artillery, air defense package to Ukraine -- No new information on Taurus missiles for Ukraine -- Pressure on Orban grows amid child sex abuse scandal -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, February 8

Ukraine preparing to launch mass production of Lancet drone analog -- Kyiv residents lament over their homes destroyed by Russian attack -- Leading Chinese bank halts operations in Russia, Belarus -- EU promises to deliver over 1 million shells by end of year -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, February 7

Ukraine is about to get new US long-range bombs. How will it use them? -- Ukrainian military to create separate branch dedicated to drones -- Output of Russian oil refineries drops by 4% following drone attacks -- Tucker Carlson visiting Moscow is like touring Berlin in 1940 -- Russian agents pose as activists, filmmakers to reportedly spy on domestic civil society organizations -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, February 6

Russian attacks on cities, settlements increased by 25 percent last week -- Kremlin intensifying rhetoric pushing for hypothetical partition of Ukraine -- Latvian farmers protest Russian, Belarusian food imports -- Netherlands to send 6 more F-16 jets to Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, January 27

How pregnant medic kept working on front line amid heavy combat -- Russia blocks international commission from investigating Il-76 crash -- No delays expected in delivery of first F-16s from Denmark to Ukraine -- All EU members appear to agree on approving 4-year aid package for Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, January 24

Russia using relatively accurate, recently designed North Korean missiles against Ukraine -- Russian marine oil exports hit 2 month low after storms, suspected Ukrainian attack on refinery -- Russia to be grilled on fate of forcibly deported Ukrainian children at UN Committee -- ‘I thought it was the end’: Russian missile strike hits apartment complex outside Kyiv -- and more