Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine block Google search engine
Russian-backed separatists in a breakaway region of eastern Ukraine have blocked access to the search engine Google, their leader said on Friday, citing what he calls "disinformation". In a message posted on his Telegram channel, Denis Pushilin, head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), accused Google of promoting "violence against all Russians" and said that its "
Ukraine war: Pro-Russian separatists claim they blocked Google in Donbas
Ukraine war: Since sending troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24, Russia and its proxies in eastern Ukraine have accused Western companies of spreading anti-Russian propaganda and taking a one-sided stance on the conflict.
Russia-Ukraine updates: Zelenskyy optimistic as Russian advance pauses
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has given an positive assessment of Ukraine's military "potential." Nevertheless, the Ukrainian president is keen for further reinforcements from the West. DW has the latest.