Articles tagged "Moldova"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, April 12

EU Parliament refuses decision on budget until members commit more Patriots to Ukraine -- ‘I thought I would never walk again:’ Children injured by Russia's war learn to live with prosthetics -- 'I’d be a king in Somalia with this money:’ Foreign POWs on being lured to fight for Russia in Ukraine -- Freedom House: Ukraine on democratic path amid rising authoritarianism in region -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, April 11

Nordic, Baltic nations call on NATO to increase support for Ukraine -- UN says more than 600 Ukrainian civilians killed or injured in March, up 20% from February -- Germany delivers artillery shells, drones, armored vehicles to Ukraine -- Small US-made drones perform poorly in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, March 30

Can new security agreements forge Ukraine's path to victory? -- Russia targets Kaniv, Dnister hydroelectric power plants overnight -- Zelensky defends Ukraine's strategy of targeting Russian oil refineries, emphasizes self-defense -- Belgium pledges $107 million to Ukraine for F-16 aircraft maintenance -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, March 23

Is Russia committing genocide in Ukraine? -- UK announces more air defense systems, surveillance drones for Ukraine -- Russia’s rising chemical weapons use in Ukraine -- Russia hopes to collapse Ukraine's energy grid amid air defense shortage -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, March 18

Ukrainians in occupied territories vote at gunpoint -- Ukraine may be forced to aim to down only 1 in 5 missiles targeting cities due to ammunition shortage -- Anti-Kremlin militia claims it captured local administration in Russia's Belgorod Oblast -- Czechia to propose EU-wide grain import ban on Russia, Belarus -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, March 13

Ukraine to mass-produce robots to minimize human involvement on battlefield -- SBU uncovers pro-Russian disinformation group connected to Moscow-linked Ukrainian church -- What do we know about the ‘Siberian Battalion’ that reportedly crossed into Russia? -- US House Democrats start gathering signatures to force vote on Ukraine aid -- Inside the electronic warfare arms race that could shape course of war in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, March 8

US Treasury Secretary: Congressional inaction on Ukraine aid is 'gift' to Putin -- Russian forces intensify attacks near Robotyne in Zaporizhzhia Oblast -- US Democratic congressmen open investigation into Musk's SpaceX, Russian alleged usage of Starlink -- Allies collect required funding to purchase 800,000 shells for Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, March 7

Ukraine aims to stabilize front line, conduct counteroffensive in 2024 -- Ukraine’s allies have almost finished collecting funds to purchase shells through Czech-led allied initiative -- SBU detains man suspected of joining military to spy for Russia -- Ukrainian soldiers near Kupiansk prepare for potential Russian offensive -- 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 - Monday, March 4

Average number of daily Russian losses reaches new high in February -- Russian air activity over Ukraine reduced after recent significant aircraft losses -- What danger does Transnistria pose to Ukraine, Moldova? -- Russia's spy network expands after full-scale invasion -- Russian attack on Odesa kills 12, including 5 children -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, February 29

Leaked files reveal Russian military's criteria for nuclear strike -- Russia uses 'human wave' attacks near Krynky in Kherson Oblast -- Von der Leyen urges Europe to use windfall profits of frozen Russian assets to buy weapons for Ukraine -- Moscow to consider Transnistria's 'protection' appeal -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, February 28

Kremlin uses Russian Red Cross as propaganda tool, violating its tenets -- Ukraine downs 2nd Russian Su-34 aircraft in single day -- Ukraine reports heavy battles in Bakhmut direction as Russia pulls in reserves -- Russian drone flew across Moldovan border -- Pyongyang sent nearly 7 thousand ammunition containers to Russia -- and more