Articles tagged "drones"

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 - Tuesday, April 9

Russia asks Kazakhstan to resupply gasoline in case of shortages -- Russian attacks aim to make Kharkiv uninhabitable for civilians -- Russian missile ship set on fire near Kaliningrad -- State Department: Russia is playing 'very dangerous game' at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant -- Russia uses trolls to undermine US support for Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, April 8

Lithuania offers to dismantle shuttered energy stations, provide Ukraine with spare parts -- Foreign partners allocate over $700 million for demining in Ukraine -- Germany scrambles fighter jets to intercept Russian aircraft flying over Baltic Sea -- Russia lost 7 aircraft in Ukraine's April 5 attack on air base -- and more

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 - Monday, April 1

Russian railway in occupied Ukraine can pose a serious problem -- Moscow shooting aftermath: Repressions, racism, terror -- Ukrainian retreat looms without US support, ATACMS are the answer’ -- Russia enhances Novorossiysk port's defense against Ukrainian attacks -- 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 - 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 - 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 - Tuesday, March 19

Taurus missiles: Why Ukraine wants what Germany is reluctant to give -- Ukrainian government allocating $128 million for procurement of attack drones -- Unmanned systems 'priority,' seeks solutions for advantage over Russia -- Ammunition suppliers for Czech-led initiative to aid Ukraine include Russian allies -- 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 - Sunday, March 17

Ukrainian strikes reveal Russia's military vulnerabilities -- How many planes does Russia have? -- Finnish FM does not rule out sending Western troops to Ukraine -- Latvia investigates MEP accused of spying for Russia -- Czech President: Russia 'has no right' to set conditions for peace in Ukraine -- and more