Mar 05, 2022 11:02 pm 11:02 pm
UK says Russia's proposed ceasefire in Mariupol was likely an attempt to deflect international condemnation while resetting its forces.
Russia and Ukraine to hold third round of talks on Monday - Ukrainian negotiator
Israel PM meets Putin at Kremlin for Ukraine talks: spokesman (AFP)
Escalation of conflict in Ukraine would cause 'devastating' economic damage: IMF
Russia resumes 'offensive' after Mariupol ceasefire: ministry
Russian defence ministry says Russian forces in wide offensive in Ukraine, have taken several towns, shot down four Ukrainian SU-27 Jets - Interfax
Blinken visits Ukraine border as refugees spill into Poland - AFP
All Indians evacuated from Ukraine's Pisochyn: Indian embassy in Kyiv
Ukraine's Zelenskiy asks for aircraft during call with US senators
Russian forces take over psychiatric hospital in central Ukraine, governor says
Zelenskyy: Ukrainian forces holding key cities
US approves Moscow-chartered flight to remove expelled Russian diplomats - State Department
Putin: Nothing warrants martial law in Russia
Putin says Russia's army will achieve all of its aims - I don't doubt it.
Russia's foreign ministry says Moscow's response to sanctions will without doubt undermine British interests in Russia
Russian helicopter shot down by missile
Russia's flagship airline halts all international flights except to Belarus in the wake of Ukraine war sanctions, reports AP
German broadcasters ARD, ZDF stop reporting from Russia: Statement
Ukraine accuses Russia of continuing assault during agreed evacuation ceasefire
Russia accuses Ukrainian 'nationalists' of thwarting humanitarian corridors
As per Ukrainian President Zelensky, around 16,000 foreign fighters are expected in Ukraine. About 200 of mercenaries from Croatia have already entered the country through Poland and joined uncontrollable nationalist units in the South East of Ukraine: Russian Embassy
US launched a large-scale campaign to recruit private military outfits such as Academi, Cubic, and DynCorp. The French Foreign Legion also plans to send ethnic Ukrainians. A number of fighters are expected to come from Germany: Russian Embassy
Western countries have increased the dispatch of mercenaries to the combat zones in Ukraine. The UK, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, and Croatia have officially allowed their citizens to participate in hostilities on the territory of Ukraine: Russian Embassy
Ukrainian president's office says evacuations from an area where Russia announced a ceasefire have halted
Britain says Russian strikes in Ukraine lessen over past 24 hours
Ukraine says Mariupol evacuation delayed over Russian ceasefire violations: Municipality
Some 14 wide-bodied aircraft transported a bristling array of Javelin anti-tank missiles, rocket launchers, guns and ammunition to an airfield near Ukraine’s border Friday, as the United States and European allies ramped up their efforts to give the Ukrainian military a leg up in battling a foreign enemy that far outguns it.
Germany will deploy air defence capabilities to Lithuania and the United States will send a troop battalion armed with tanks, Lithuania's defence minister said on Sunday.
PayPal shuts down its services in Russia citing Ukraine aggression
UK to streamline sanctioning Russian oligarchs
The Kremlin said on Saturday that the West was behaving like bandits but that Russia was far too big to be isolated as the world was much larger than just the United States and Europe
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Poland on Saturday for talks with officials as hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees pour into the country to escape the conflict.Blinken will hold talks with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau in Rzeszow, near the border with Ukraine. Blinken is visiting key allies in Europe that are feeling the pressure from the war, to demonstrate
Turkey President Erdogan to speak to Putin on Sunday, says spokesperson
Turkey ready to do what it can to stop Ukraine-Russia war: Presidential spokesperson
Ukraine shuts down gas storage in east due to fighting
Russian forces are not observing full ceasefire on Mariupol evacuation route: Reports
Ukraine interior ministry adviser says there will be more civilian evacuation deals
The embassy of India in Ukraine says they arranged buses to evacuate 298 Indian students from Pisochyn, in Kharkiv
European Union suspends Russia and Belarus from Council of Baltic Sea States
Cyber attack in Europe thousands offline
Ukraine defence minister says over 66,200 Ukrainian men have returned from abroad to fight
Russian attack on Ukraine an attack on security of Europe, global peace: US President Biden
Civilians will be allowed to leave Mariupol between 11am-4pm local time
Air raid alerts in Kyiv, Chernihiv, Sumy
Russian forces will stop firing at 1000 Moscow time to allow humanitarian corridors out of the Ukrainian cities of Mariupol and Volnovakha, Russia's defence ministry said, Interfax reported
Russia declares ceasefire from 06:00 GMT to open humanitarian corridors for civilians in Mariupol, Volnovakha
Russia to allow humanitarian corridors in Ukraine, defence ministry says
The Chernobyl nuclear power plant is in danger of releasing radioactive dust to the entire Ukraine, said Slavutych Mayor Yuriy Fomichev.
Ukraine crisis: Out of water, students forced to collect snow
Russia ready to evacuate Indian students, other foreign nationals from Ukraine: Envoy tells UNSC
Air raid alert in Kyiv: Residents should go to the nearest shelter, reports Ukraine's The Kyiv Independent
Foreign medical students coming back from Ukraine can finish internship in India : NMC
1,000 still stuck in conflict zone, India in talks for ‘local ceasefire’
Russia has fired more than 500 missiles in the week since its full-scale invasion of Ukraine began. Russia is launching all different types of missiles at a rate of about two dozen per day, a Pentagon official said: Ukraine media
Till date, the IAF has flown 10 flights to bring back 2056 passengers, while taking 26 tonnes of relief load to these countries, as part of Operation Ganga: IAF
In the last 24 hours, three IAF C-17 aircraft returned to Hindon airbase with 629 Indian nationals evacuated from airfields in Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. They had carried 16.5 tonnes of relief material on the outbound journey: IAF
Evacuated 17,000, will swiftly bring back 7,000 more: Centre to SC
Russian President Vladimir Putin has intensified a crackdown on media outlets and individuals who fail to hew to the Kremlin line on the war in Ukraine, blocking Facebook and Twitter and signing into law a bill that criminalizes the intentional spreading of what Moscow deems to be “fake” reports.
Nuclear facilities should never be targeted in military ops: UN chief
Strategic Ukrainian port Mariupol 'blockaded' by Russian forces
Samsung Electronics says shipments to Russia have been suspended "due to current geopolitical developments." Samsung is also donating $6 million, including $1 million in consumer electronics, to actively support humanitarian efforts “around the region": The Kyiv Independent
UN Security Council to meet Monday on humanitarian crisis in Ukraine: diplomats
Zelenskyy slams NATO's decision not to implement no-fly zone over Ukraine
Western governments and tech platforms have also banned the Russian news network RT, with the European Union accusing it of systematic disinformation over Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
US-based Bloomberg News said it was also temporarily suspending the work of its journalists inside Russia.
The CBC said in a statement it was "very concerned" about the law, which "appears to criminalize independent reporting on the current situation in Ukraine and Russia".
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp., the country's public broadcaster, said it had temporarily suspended reporting from the ground in Russia so it could seek clarity on the new law.
He added that the BBC News Service in Russian would continue to operate from outside Russia. Jonathan Munro, an interim director of BBC News, said the corporation was not "pulling out" journalists from Moscow but assessing the impact of the new law.
"It leaves us no other option than to temporarily suspend the work of all BBC News journalists and their support staff within the Russian Federation while we assess the full implications of this unwelcome development," he said in a statement.
The Kremlin did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment on the BBC move.
Lawmakers passed amendments to the criminal code making the spread of "fake" information an offence punishable with fines or jail terms. They also imposed fines for anyone calling for sanctions against Russia following the invasion of Ukraine.
Canada public broadcaster suspends reporting from Russia
From BBC to CNN, global media halts broadcasting in Russia after new law on 'fake news'
CNN to stop broadcasting in Russia after new law