A senior member of the human rights organisation has resigned over a report that accused Ukrainian forces of exposing civilians to Russian attacks.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says shelling at nuclear power plant raised the risk of a nuclear disaster.
- by John Revill and David Ljunggren
Almost five months after her husband was taken away by Russian soldiers in front of her, Natalia Kulakivska has been given a few more clues about his whereabouts.
- by Anthony Galloway
Earlier this week, the United Nations nuclear watchdog appealed for access to the plant, which Washington says Russia is using as a battlefield shield.
- by Pavel Polityuk
The decline of more than 5 per cent in household income in Britain would be the worst on record.
- by Rob Harris
Khrystyna Fetsitsa’s daily job is done when she has driven 1200km and delivered a vehicle to a soldier in a “zero position” – the line closest to Russian fire.
- by David Crowe
“[Ms Le Pen] may pride herself as being the most patriotic politician, but she’s actually the first to be ready to sell [France] for a plate of lentils to Russia,” French minister for energy transition said.
- by Rebecca Rosman
Munich, the capital of Bavaria and home to the iconic Oktoberfest beer festival, may be asked to cancel the event as part of a slew of energy-saving efforts.
The vice-president of Russia’s aircrew trade union said: “If the runway is long, you may as well not use brakes at all.”
- by Nataliya Vasilyeva
The Ukrainian president used an address to ANU to signal he wants more defence supplies, while also calling on China to condemn Russia for its invasion.
- by David Crowe
Russia has fired shells dangerously close to the Zaporizhzhia plant in March as its forces took it over in the first weeks of the invasion of Ukraine.
- by Michelle Nichols