Kherson: Eyewitness reports from a Ukrainian city under siege
06 March 2022 | 11:18 am
One week into the war Russia appears to have taken the first major city in Ukraine. Residents of Kherson tell DW about what it's like to be in a city under siege, with roadblocks and looting.
23 Oct 2022
Ukrainian officials accused Russia of trying to provoke unrest in the Kherson region. Meanwhile, Moscow has sowed doubt over the future of Black Sea grain deal.
24 Oct 2022
Speaking to FRANCE 24, Vera Jourova, a Vice-President of the European Commission, strongly condemned what Russia says are evacuations of civilians in the Kherson province of southern Ukraine. "I come from Czechoslovakia and this is the old playbook," she told Catherine Nicholson. "The Soviet military invasion of 1968 was presented as brotherly help."
7 Nov 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin said civilians should be evacuated from the region of Kherson. Meanwhile, the G7 agreed on the need for a mechanism to help Ukraine repair its critical infrastructure. DW has the latest.
13 Nov 2022
President Zelenskyy is skeptical of Russia's withdrawal announcement, saying "the enemy does not bring us gifts." Meanwhile, a top US general said Russia's army has lost more than 100,000 personnel. DW has the latest.
19 Nov 2022
The retreat marks a significant setback for Russian forces, as Kherson city was the only major Ukrainian regional capital to fall into Russian hands at the start of the war.
14 Nov 2022
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has hailed its "joint victory" with the West following the Russian retreat from Kherson. The military is carrying out "stabilization measures" near the city.
16 Nov 2022
Ukraine is "moving forward," Zelenskyy has told troops in the southern city of Kherson, which was retaken after Russian troops retreated.
14 Dec 2022
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18 Dec 2022
Russia's invasion of Ukraine and occupation of much of its most fertile land, in the southern regions of Mykolaiv and Kherson, has been catastrophic for the country's agriculture. Back in April, our correspondent Gulliver Cragg met one of the many farmers whose land had fallen under Russian control.
31 Dec 2022
At least seven people died as Russian strikes hit the southern Ukrainian city, officials said. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the attack on Christmas Eve was an act of "terror." Follow DW for the latest.
29 Dec 2022
Ukraine's military leadership says there have been multiple strikes targeting the city it liberated last month. Meanwhile, the UN has confirmed almost 18,000 civilian casualties since Russia's invasion. DW has more.
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