Articles tagged "Gazprom"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, October 2

Ukrainian activist in Russian captivity receives Anne Frank Special Recognition Award -- ATACMS strike on Berdiansk airfield likely to reduce Russia's military capabilities in the area -- Poland's ruling party hired Orban's advisers for election campaign -- Ukrainian resistance in occupied Melitopol detonates car with looters -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, May 27

France calls latest Russian missile attacks 'flagrant violation' of international law -- Drone attack damages Gazprom building in Russia's Belgorod Oblast -- Ukraine asks Germany for Taurus cruise missiles -- Why some Ukrainian soldiers use Nazi-related insignia -- Military intelligence says Russia planning large-scale provocation at occupied nuclear plant -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, March 26

Over 300 cyber attacks registered in Ukraine in January-February -- Russia to modernize over 1,600 tanks over next 3 years, produce new ones -- Putin has likely sought to deploy Russian nuclear weapons to Belarus since before full-scale invasion -- Russia's war destroyed or damaged $2.5 billion worth of medical facilities in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, March 1

Kyiv says Russia prepares for offensive in southern Ukraine -- Additional troops to be sent to Bakhmut -- Ukraine repels more than 85 Russian attacks over past day -- Local authorities report fire at oil depot in Russia's Krasnodar region -- Alleged loss of aircraft at Belarusian airfield to further limit Russia's air operations -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, February 8

Arming Ukraine won’t escalate war. Reluctance to do so will -- Ukraine's intelligence denies Russian claims of substantial success east -- Russian Gazprom to create its own private military company -- Nordic countries oppose Russian, Belarusian athletes’ Olympics participation -- Netherlands, Denmark to join Germany in sending Leopard 1 battle tanks to Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, November 23

Inside one of Russia’s torture chambers in Kherson (PHOTOS) -- Russian forces kidnap Ukrainian mayors in Kherson Oblast -- Russian attacks damaged nearly every big thermal, hydroelectric station in Ukraine -- Ukrainian prosecutors open criminal case into shoot-out involving Russian POWs -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, September 6

Russia shells Nikopol overnight on Sept. 6, dozens of residential buildings damaged -- Russia launches 40 missiles, 25 airstrikes on Ukraine in 24 hours -- Ukrainian forces destroy Russian ammunition depot that contained missiles used to bomb Kharkiv -- Russian forces place equipment in churches, kindergartens -- Russia is buying artillery from North Korea -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, September 5

Russia reports it had forcibly kidnapped about 3 million Ukrainians from the occupied regions, including 600,000 children -- Russian soldiers face morale, discipline issues, often go unpaid -- Ukraine shoots down up to 70% of Russian missiles -- Russian military blocks humanitarian aid to occupied Enerhodar -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, September 4

Continued IAEA presence at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant is necessary -- Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant once again loses connection to power grid -- Suspected Russian informant detained in Kyiv -- 40% of military equipment of Russia’s newly created 3rd Army Corps not combat ready -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, September 3

Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant's integrity violated several times -- Russia’s Gazprom lies about equipment issues at Nord Stream 1 pipeline -- Russian officials, proxies, bloggers pushing false narratives around Ukraine's southern counteroffensive -- White House says Russia weaponizing energy -- Russia’s war has killed over 7,000 civilians, injured 5,500 since Feb. 24 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary Monday, August 29

Russia turns Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant into military base -- Russian oligarch Abramovich’s companies supply materials for Russian military -- Russian forces ‘reconstructing’ Mariupol drama theatre, potentially covering war crimes -- Russia hits Ukraine’s Motor Sich engine factory in Zaporizhzhia -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, August 20

Red Cross has failed to respond to Russia's murder of Ukrainian POWs in Olenivka -- Western intelligence says that half of Russian Black Sea Fleet's combat air-power knocked out in Saky airbase attack -- Russian forces plan ‘show trial’ of Azovstal defenders in occupied Mariupol on Aug. 24 -- Russian forces planning major false flag operation at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant -- and more