A heartbreaking human drama is playing out along Ukraine’s borders — fleeing refugees pass the homesick going back, while others who left and then returned flee for their lives for a second time. Women and children are still pouring out
More than 3.5m people have fled since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb.24, putting a strain on the neighbouring European countries receiving them. US lawmakers and advocates have urged Biden to do more to help those seeking refuge in the United States.
United States President Joe Biden is on a crucial visit to Europe, as the war rages in Ukraine with the Russian missiles wreaking destruction in the cities and Russian troops on the ground facing tough resistance. Mariupol has been nearly
"The UAE is supporting efforts to reach a political solution to the crisis and is keen to promote regional and international security and stability, along with its efforts to fulfill the humanitarian needs of affected civilians in Ukraine."
Andriy Nebytov, the head of Kyiv’s regional police force, said the bodies were abandoned in the streets or given temporary burials. He cited police data indicating that 95% died from gunshot wounds.
Parcels may be rattled on roads pockmarked by shell blasts, delayed at sandbag checkpoints, and held static during overnight curfews pierced by wailing air raid sirens. But Volodymyr Shved and Anatoliy Goretsky insist parcels will arrive at their destination.
In the call, which lasted nearly two hours, Biden was expected to tell the Chinese leader that Beijing would pay a steep price if it directly supports Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a warning at a time of deepening acrimony between the world's two largest economies.
Moscow police said more than 200,000 people were in and around the Luzhniki stadium for the celebration marking the eighth anniversary of Russia's annexation of the Crimean peninsula, seized from Ukraine.
Russia’s president addressed the packed Moscow stadium on Friday, saying the Kremlin’s troops had fought "shoulder to shoulder” and supported each other. "We have not had unity like this for a long time,” he told the cheering crowd.