The Russians have begun to openly blackmail the whole world, declaring that they have mined the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant (NPP) and are ready to blow it up, Energoatom reported on its Telegram channel on Monday.
Russian invaders continue to extensively open fire on Donetsk Region. On August 8, 2022, such communities as Marinka, Avdiivka and Ocheretyne came under enemy fire.
Well-known Belarusian journalist Aksana Kolb, who was sentenced in mid-June to serve 30 months in an "open prison" for taking part in an unsanctioned rally against authoritarian Belarusian ruler Alyaksandr Lukashenka, has fled Belarus.
In the north of Kharkiv region, a Russian ammunition depot was destroyed as a result of a successful aerial reconnaissance effort followed by a massive strike.
The POLARNET vessel, which was one of the first to take part in the implementation of the initiative for the safe transportation of grain and food from Ukrainian ports, successfully passed the inspection team in Istanbul and arrived at its final d...
Two more ships carrying agricultural goods have departed from Ukrainian Black Sea ports, bringing to 10 the number of ships that have set sail in the past week under an internationally brokered deal with Russia to unblock Ukrainian agricultural ex...
A bipartisan pair of senators, Lindsay Graham and Richard Blumenthal, has called on the Biden administration to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism as soon as possible.
Months after moving to buy Twitter for $44 billion, Elon Musk put the deal on hold accusing the micro-blogging platform of fraud.
On Monday, August 8, at 12.00, the press center of the Interfax-Ukraine news agency will host discussion entitled “Economic and financial state of wartime.” Participants include Director of the Institute for Global Strategies Vadym Karasiov; econo...
Amnesty International on Sunday apologized for "distress and anger" over their report accusing the Ukrainian military of endangering civilians, Reuters reported.
Russian troops are launching strikes at an eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv so local authorities have urged local residents to remain in shelters.
The Chinese foreign ministry said on Monday that Taiwan is part of China, and China is conducting normal military exercises "in our own waters" in an open, transparent and professional way.
Amnesty International said on August 7 it "deeply regrets the distress and anger" caused by a report accusing Ukraine of exposing civilians to Russian fire.
Russian invaders are deploying in Donbas obsolete Soviet-era mines that are considered indiscriminate weapons, which could inflict massive civilian casualties
Pivdenny seaport starts working within grain corridor, two more ships sent – Ukraine's infrastructure minister.
The Pivdenny Maritime Merchandise Port (Odesa region) has joined the work within the framework of the safe sea corridor of the Black Sea Grain Initiative.
UN chief calls for international inspectors to be given access to Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant
On Monday, August 8, the Sacura bulk carrier, loaded with Ukrainian agricultural products, left the Pivdennyi port and is headed for Italy.
Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said as many as 51 people were killed in Gaza during the most recent round of fighting between Israel and Gaza-based militants, including 24 from the Jihad terror group.
HIMARS missiles inflict fire damage on points of temporary deployment of occupying forces in Melitopol.
On Monday night, HIMARS missiles hit the temporary deployment of enemy troops at industrial sites in Melitopol, Mayor Ivan Fedorov said.
Top negotiators involved in renewed talks to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement with Iran have said that they are optimistic about the possibility of reaching an agreement.