Ukrainian drone destroyed near Crimea

A Ukrainian drone was destroyed near Sevastopol in Crimea, Governor Mikhail Razvozhayev said on Saturday morning.

War in Ukraine still going on despite unilateral Russian Cease Fire

War in Ukraine is going on despite Russian leader Vladimir Putin unilaterally ordering his forces to pause attacks for 36 hours for the Orthodox Christmas.

New Russian offensive in Ukraine, warns NATO Secretary General

The West needs to brace for a protracted conflict between Ukraine and Russia, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday, insisting that arms shipments to Kiev must continue.

Kiev says repelled Russia nighttime drone attack

Kiev said Friday it repelled a nighttime drone attack from Russia, a day after Moscow launched a new wave of missile strikes in the run-up to New Year celebrations.

Russian foreign minister alleged that hundreds of US troops are deployed in Ukraine

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has alleged that up to “hundreds” of American servicemen are deployed to Ukraine, claiming that US soldiers, military advisers, and intelligence officers have long been direct participants in the conflict.

Ukraine poses a cyber challenge to international community

Ukraine poses a global challenge to the international community, as the country is being used by NATO as a vehicle for the uncontrolled sharing of cyberweapons, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Oleg Syromolotov said on Wednesday.

Russia fires rockets on Ukrainian towns on Christmas

The war on Ukraine did not pause for Christmas despite Russian President Vladimir Putin saying he was open to negotiations, with his forces launching more than 40 rocket attacks on Christmas Day, Ukraine's military said on Monday.

Ukraine preparing to oust Russia from UN Security Council

Ukraine is preparing to take official steps to prove that Russia's presence on UN Security Council is "illegal" and have it removed from the body, Kyiv announced on Tuesday.

Moscow warns Greece against arms supply to Ukraine

Russia sees Greece supplying Ukraine with S-300 air defense systems as a “hostile” action towards Moscow, a government official said on Monday.

Japan unveils biggest military build-up since WW2

Japan on Friday unveiled its biggest military build-up since World War Two with a $320 billion plan that will buy missiles capable of striking China and ready it for sustained conflict, as regional tensions and Russia's Ukraine invasion stoke war fears.

Russia launches missile attacks on Ukraine despite G7 pressure

Russia relaunches missile attacks on Ukraine as the West tried to limit Moscow's ability to finance its invasion by imposing a price cap on Russian seaborne oil.

US will train 2500 Ukraine’s soldiers this month in Germany

The administration of US President Joe Biden is contemplating a drastic expansion of the training program for Ukrainian forces, which is expected to take place at a US military base in Germany, CNN reported on Wednesday, citing sources.