Russians mark Ukraine war anniversary with flowers, arrestsFebruary 24, 2023 GMT
TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — Russians in Moscow and other cities brought flowers to Ukrainian poets and held one-person pickets with antiwar slogans Friday to mark the first anniversary of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
One year on, Ukrainians in U.S. cope with war, displacementFebruary 23, 2023 GMT
PORT READING, N.J. (AP) — In New York, far from her home in northern Ukraine, Valeriya Roshkovan tries to do what she can to end Russia's invasion of her country.
“I cannot sit and do nothing," she said earlier this month in a New Jersey warehouse where she volunteers with the nonprofit Razom for Ukraine, helping package donated firefighting equipment to ship to her country.
Word war: In Russia-Ukraine war, information became a weaponFebruary 23, 2023 GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — Russia's invasion of Ukraine is the deadliest conflict in Europe since World War II, and the first to see algorithms and TikTok videos deployed alongside fighter planes and tanks.
Russia’s sports exile persists 1 year after invading UkraineFebruary 22, 2023 GMT
One year after the invasion of Ukraine began, Russia's reintegration into the world of sports threatens to create the biggest rift in the Olympic movement since the Cold War.
Russia remains excluded from many international sporting events, but that could soon change.
Germany’s military ‘turning point’ still a work in progressFebruary 22, 2023 GMT
BERLIN (AP) — Nearly a year after Chancellor Olaf Scholz declared Russia's invasion of Ukraine a “turning point” that would trigger weapons shipments to a nation at war and a massive increase in Germany's military spending, the turnaround for his country's armed forces still has a long way to go.
Looking back on a year of war in UkraineFebruary 21, 2023 GMT
One year ago, Russia launched Europe’s biggest war since WWII. Russian tanks began rolling into Ukraine, sending civilians fleeing for basement bunkers and their country’s borders. Governments around the world imposed stringent sanctions on Russia in an attempt – so far unsuccessful - to pressure President Vladimir Putin to abandon the war.
Biden’s test: Sustaining unity as Ukraine war enters Year 2February 20, 2023 GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — One year ago, President Joe Biden was bracing for the worst as Russia massed troops in preparation to invade Ukraine.
Ukraine invasion reshaped global alliances, renewed fearsFebruary 18, 2023 GMT
Ukraine aid support softens in the US: AP-NORC PollFebruary 15, 2023 GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — Support among the American public for providing Ukraine weaponry and direct economic assistance has softened as the Russian invasion nears a grim one-year milestone, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
Love blossoms in Serbia between Ukrainian, Russian ‘enemies’February 14, 2023 GMT
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — She is from Ukraine and he is from Russia. Their love blossomed online, but with their nations at war, the odds of carrying on their relationship were stacked against them. Even so, it didn't take long for the young couple to beat the odds.
In pro-Putin Serbia, liberal-minded Russians seek a homeFebruary 6, 2023 GMT
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — At a central square in Serbia's capital of Belgrade, dozens of Russians gathered recently to denounce President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine, holding up photos of political prisoners from their homeland.