What to expect in the second year of the Russia-Ukraine war
Ukraine's success in routing Russian forces will depend largely on how quickly the U.S. and Europe supply decisive arms like long-range missiles, tanks and jets. Russia's hope for retaking momentum hinges on Western unity disintegrating. Russia has mobilized some 300,000 troops for the fresh ground offensive in eastern Ukraine.
Published 4 months ago · Kyiv, Ukraine
Times of India
One year of the Russia-Ukraine War: The surprising winners and losers
The vacuum created by the stoppage of Russian supplies has still not been filled. Europe struggled to keep itself warm this winter as Russian gas stopped flowing in. With the fear of an economic collapse looming over the world, let us take a look at some of the economic aspects of the war.
4 months ago·Mumbai, IndiaRead Full Article
Ukrainians grieve and vow to fight on, a year after Russia invaded
Ukrainians honoured fallen loved ones on Friday and vowed to fight on to victory, while Russia said its forces were making battlefield gains in the east as its invasion entered a second year with no end in sight.
4 months ago·United KingdomRead Full Article
One year of the Russia-Ukraine war in five charts
February 24 marks one year since Russia invaded Ukraine. As the fighting continues and a diplomatic solution does not seem to be on the cards, what impact has the war had on the world. | World News
4 months ago·New Delhi, IndiaRead Full Article
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