EU mulls military training mission for Ukraine
31 August 2022 | 4:38 pm
The EU will work to “define the parameters” of a collective mission to help train the Ukrainian army in fighting Russia’s invasion, the bloc’s foreign policy chief said.
Ukraine's state nuclear company says it believes Russia will carry out a major "provocation" at the Zaporizhzhia plant. The UN chief has visited Ukraine's port of Odesa.
A month after Russia and Ukraine agreed on a sea corridor to resume global exports of grain, high insurance premiums are just one issue. Experts have called for international support for Ukrainian farmers.
Disrupted supply chains, skyrocketing food prices and shortages: Singapore is feeling the consequences of the pandemic and the Ukraine war.
Loaded with medical supplies on the way to the Polish-Ukrainian border, loaded with refugees on the way back. More than 300 pilots from around the world have joined the private humanitarian mission "Ukraine Air Rescue."
The EU will no longer monitor Greek state finances, ending a policy that lasted for 12 years. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotaki calls it a "historic day for Greece and all Greeks."
Russia denies that it is targeting civil infrastructure in its war against Ukraine. But the destruction on the ground suggests otherwise. DW’s Birgitta Schülke went to the town of Chernihiv, where she met a man who's trying to hold Russia accountable.
Calls to stop issuing tourist visas to Russians have been growing in the European Union for weeks. While states like Estonia are determined to keep vacationers out, others, like Germany, are more reluctant to do so.
Six months after Russia invaded the country, the Ukrainian men's football Premier League resumed. For safety reasons, the games will take place without spectators.
Speaking at the Crimea Platform conference, Ukraine's president has said Kyiv will use any means it deems fit to recapture the peninsula. He also pledged a strong response to any Russian attacks on Independence Day.
Ukrainians are marking 31 years since they broke free from the Russia-dominated Soviet Union, exactly six months after Moscow's started a war to subdue the country once again.
The war in Ukraine has been raging for six months. It has also changed Germany, shattering certainties forcing politicians to impose new measures and to announce a turning point.
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