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‘Fake neutrality’: Amnesty report on Ukraine sparks furore, resignation

‘Fake neutrality’: Amnesty report on Ukraine sparks furore, resignation

A senior member of the human rights organisation has resigned over a report that accused Ukrainian forces of exposing civilians to Russian attacks.

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Grave concerns of radiation disaster from ‘nuclear terrorism’ at Zaporizhzhia plant

Grave concerns of radiation disaster from ‘nuclear terrorism’ at Zaporizhzhia plant

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
Russia acknowledges they have Natalia’s husband. What now?

Russia acknowledges they have Natalia’s husband. What now?

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
‘Act of terror’: Artillery shells hit power lines at Ukraine nuclear plant

‘Act of terror’: Artillery shells hit power lines at Ukraine nuclear plant

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
Hard times: UK faces 15-month recession and biggest drop in living standards in 60 years

Hard times: UK faces 15-month recession and biggest drop in living standards in 60 years

The decline of more than 5 per cent in household income in Britain would be the worst on record.

  • by Rob Harris
These volunteers’ drive to fight for Ukraine comes from long ago

These volunteers’ drive to fight for Ukraine comes from long ago

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
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‘Simply useless’: Le Pen calls for end to EU sanctions against Russia

‘Simply useless’: Le Pen calls for end to EU sanctions against Russia

“[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
Go tieless to resist Putin’s war machine, says Spain’s PM

Go tieless to resist Putin’s war machine, says Spain’s PM

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.

Russia orders airline pilots to lay off brakes as parts shortage bites

Russia orders airline pilots to lay off brakes as parts shortage bites

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
‘You can’t just sympathise’: Zelensky calls for more support to fight tyranny

‘You can’t just sympathise’: Zelensky calls for more support to fight tyranny

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 using Ukrainian power plant as ‘nuclear shield’: US

Russia using Ukrainian power plant as ‘nuclear shield’: US

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