Kyiv filed its case two days after Russia invaded Ukraine, arguing that the attack was based on false claims by Russia of acts of genocide in the regions of eastern Ukraine.
Kyiv’s case filed after Russia invaded Ukraine, argues that the attack was based on false claims of acts of genocide in regions of eastern Ukraine and alleges that Moscow was planning carnage in Ukraine.
A Kremlin spokesman said Russia would suspend a grain initiative until its demands to get its own agricultural shipments to the world are met.
Meanwhile, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko confirmed that Yevgeny Prigozhin arrived in Belarus after his short-lived armed mutiny in Russia.
A major dam in southern Ukraine has collapsed, flooding villages, endangering crops in the country’s breadbasket and threatening drinking water supplies.
Russia claimed it foiled an attack by Ukrainian drones on the Kremlin early Wednesday, promising retaliation for what it termed a “terrorist” act.
Among the questions raised by the leak are whether it will erode allies’ trust in sharing information with the U.S. or impact Ukraine’s plans to intensify the fight against Russia this spring.
Ukraine is investigating a gruesome video circulating on social media that purportedly shows the beheading of a Ukrainian soldier.
Biden condemned the Russian decision to pull back from the treaty, known as New START. The move is expected to have an immediate impact on U.S. visibility into Russian nuclear activities.
Biden dismissed the notion of waning American support for Ukraine during his surprise visit Monday, and reaffirmed on Tuesday the country's dedication to security in Europe.
Putin also said the country would suspend its participation in the New START Treaty, signed by Russia and the U.S. in 2010 in an effort to keep a lid on nuclear weapons expansion.
President Joe Biden’s Monday visit was a gesture of solidarity that comes days before the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The new determination of committing crimes against humanity goes one step further than committing war crimes, which the U.S. had already accused Russia of doing nearly a year ago.
As of Thursday, the earthquake has left more than 19,300 dead across Turkey and Syria, surpassing a 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed 18,400 in Japan.
Hidalgo previously said Russian competitors could take part under a neutral flag but she backpedaled on Tuesday in an interview with French media.
Shell is the latest oil company to report bumper profits even as the fossil fuel industry faces increasing pressure to cut climate-changing carbon emissions.
Benjamin Hall spoke to “Fox & Friends” Thursday in an emotional interview detailing the attack in Ukraine that left him severely injured and killed two of his colleagues.
Until now, the U.S. has resisted providing its own tanks to Ukraine.
Interior Minister Denys Monastyrskyi, who oversaw Ukraine's police and emergency services, is the most senior official to die since Russia invaded.
The attack on the apartment building came amid a barrage of Russian cruise missiles across Ukraine. Rescue crews are working to find victims and survivors.