5 Mar 2022
We look at all the reactions from the printed, online and illustrated press as Russian troops encircle the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. Also, a British intelligence company has intercepted video and audio recordings of Russian troops which suggest disarray and mayhem in the ranks. Plus, as Vladimir Putin moves to silence two independent media outlets, the Nobel Prize-winning Novaya Gazeta offers its space so journalists can keep reporting.
5 Mar 2022
The humanitarian situation in the Ukrainian capital is stable but there is growing fear with regard to heavy shelling in other cities. Last night, Kyiv came under Russian attack again. DW's Alexander Savitsky reports.
3 Mar 2022
Long lines at supermarkets, ongoing curfews, nights spent with strangers in underground train stations — DW's Alexander Savitsky reports on life in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, amid Russia's continuing military strikes.
28 Feb 2022
Ukraine's former ambassador to France and the US has spoken to FRANCE 24 from his home in Kyiv to say the people there are not frightened, despite having to take refuge in bomb shelters from Russian artillery and rockets. Oleh Shamshur told us he is proud of his fellow countrymen and the way people have resisted Vladimir Putin's invasion. He said people are "very resilient" and are "ready to fight to the very last possibility". Asked about the peace talks taking place between Ukraine and Russia this Monday, the former diplomat said he had "very low expectations".
25 Feb 2022
'Growing nervousness' in Kyiv: DW's Nick Connolly reports
25 Feb 2022
Russian forces would enter areas outside Kyiv on Friday, a top Ukrainian defense official has said. Ukraine's president called on the international community to help his country.
24 Feb 2022
Western nations have agreed on more economic sanctions against Russia, but the energy sector is a delicate issue, says Theresa Fallon, director of the Centre for Russia Europe Asia Studies.
3 Nov 2021
Ansu Fati's second half strikes helps Barcelona to a 1-0 victory away to Dynamo Kyiv.
2 Oct 2021
Eighty years ago, more than 30,000 Jews were murdered by Nazis in Kyiv in just two days. Babi Yar is the most infamous site of the Holocaust in Ukraine — but the remembrance of the massacres was suppressed for decades.