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Russia has sent additional police squads to temporarily occupied Mariupol to search for members of the resistance movement…
On 29 February, a Swedish agency for grants for religious institutions said that it would cut support to…
Ukrainian Air Force commander Mykola Oleshchuk says Ukrainian missileers engaged two Russian aircraft in the east, downing one Su-34 fighter-bomber aircraft, which raises reported recent Russian plane losses to 15.
A new study from Ukraine’s Centre for Strategic Communication, established under the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy…
British defence companies seeking to provide arms and equipment to Ukraine claim lack of Ministry of Defence engagement and reviews of proposals have created barriers to them supporting the war effort against Russia, The Telegram says.
While Russian officials claim that the cause of the explosion was a technical malfunction, a Russian Telegram Mash channel has reported the alleged use of homemade explosives.
Jan Jires, the Czech Republic's director general for defense policy and strategy, told Bloomberg that the initiative is "demonstrating we are actually doing something, not waiting what is going to happen on the (Capitol) Hill."
To bridge the gap caused by the A-50 losses, Russia is likely exploring alternatives, including repurposing aircraft and reactivating mothballed A-50s.
Ukrainian air defense destroyed 14 Shahed drones over Odesa, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, and Dnipropetrovsk oblasts.
Overnight, Russian Shahed drone strikes killed five civilians in Odesa and one in Kharkiv Oblast.
Switzerland's latest sanctions include a ban on the export of drone components to Russia, as part of efforts to curb its military capabilities.
The Netherlands is set to supply Ukraine combat and patrol boats, alongside a €250 million contribution to a Czech initiative for artillery shells.
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy announced that new fighter jets will enter service in Ukrainian skies this year as part of a Netherlands-led F-16 coalition.
The move aims to address the concerns of protesting farmers across Europe and facilitate trade that benefits the entire bloc, the EU Transport Commissioner said.
In 2023, Russia's defense industry boosted output, employing 3.5 million workers and refurbishing existing stocks. Artillery munition production surged, but may peak in 2024 due to capacity limits, still offering a likely material advantage over Ukraine for the year, per UK intelligence.
Canada has announced additional import restrictions on Russian diamonds, targeting indirect imports of diamonds weighing 1 carat and above.
"This year, seven vocational schools in Lviv, Dnipropetrovsk, Kyiv, Kirovohrad, Mykolaiv, Sumy, and Chernihiv oblasts will offer training for civil drone operators," Ukraine's Digital Minister announced.
The Netherlands pledges €2 billion in military aid to Ukraine for 2024 as part of a new security agreement signed in Kharkiv.