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According to Kyiv, drone production in Ukraine has increased more than one-hundredfold since the start of the Russian invasion. The country is developing its own models, but there are challenges.
Are EU leaders tired of Russia’s war in Ukraine and ready to seek a way out? That was the message from Italy's prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, during a phone call in September with Russian comedians posing as an African Union official.
Ukraine's army is running short on personnel. In an effort to make military service more palatable, the government is overhauling its recruitment policy.
As cold weather sets in, Ukrainian authorities are expecting Moscow to make another attempt to destroy civilian infrastructure like the electric grid. But this year, Kyiv has said it's prepared to defend itself and keep its cities on the grid.
Ukrainian air defense systems recently downed Russian attack drones near the Khmelnitsky nuclear power plant. But falling debris still damaged the site. Are power plants in danger?
Russia's disinformation campaign began a new phase on October 25, when Russian bots flooded social media like X (formerly known as Twitter) with fake articles about the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas that discredit Ukraine. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
Since the second phase of the war between Israel and Hamas began over the weekend, some social media users have been sharing images purporting to show Israel's ground offensive in Gaza. But these are actually images of the war in Ukraine. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
Hundreds of protesters stormed an airport in Russia's Muslim-majority Dagestan, seeking to attack Jewish passengers arriving from Israel. Ukraine has rejected accusations from Moscow that it orchestrated the unrest.
Doing business in Ukraine during the ongoing war is unthinkable for most companies in Germany and elsewhere. But some see opportunities where others see risks, and the German government is supporting their ventures.
Two died and one person was injured when a Russian missile struck a residential area in Ukraine's Mykolaiv region. Meanwhile, a US journalist has been detained in Russia. DW has the latest.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Ukrainian journalist Mstyslav Chernov knows global attention is shifting to Israel, but his film on Russian atrocities remains essential.
Hundreds of thousands of people fled Russia in 2022, after it invaded Ukraine and announced a mobilization. Since then, some have returned but not necessarily forever. DW spoke to a few of them.