Sites in Sevastopol, western, northern, and central Crimea, including a miltiary airfield near Sevastopol, were attacked overnight
Russia's use of the Balaklava drone also indicates its continuing dependence on Iranian-supplied systems to sustain its bombardment of Ukraine.
Security scholar Omar Ashour explains how Russian tactics in Ukraine parallel terrorist extremist strategies and examines deradicalization models to reintegrate youth subjected to Kremlin disinformation.
SBU drones reportedly struck several radar systems, a helicopter parking area, and the Baikal-1M control system of anti-aircraft units.
Satellite photos show that Crimea lost a naval defense line in a storm that battered the annexed Black…
After a decade of legal proceedings, the Dutch museum transferred 600 artefacts from four occupied Crimean museums to Ukraine for safekeeping until the de-occupation of Crimea.
Secret talks between Russian and Chinese executives revealed plans to build a secure underwater tunnel from occupied Crimea to Russia, amid Russia's concerns about the vulnerability of the Kerch bridge, WP says.
Ukrainian forces struck two landing ships of Russia's Black Sea Fleet in a nighttime maritime drone attack.
Russian fast landing boats carrying infantry fighting vehicles and anti-aircraft systems were sunk by maritime kamikaze drones on 10 November.
Since August 2022, explosions have been heard in Russian-occupied Crimea almost every day. As per Kyrylo Budanov, the head of Ukraine's Main Intelligence Directorate, there are many options for the de-occupation of Crimea, but "it is impossible without military action."
Russian air defense units have shot down a Neptune anti-ship missile near over the Black Sea near Sevastopol…
Weekly Frontline Update: Russia burns resources in Avdiivka, while Ukrainians expand bridgehead in Kherson Oblast
Russia continued to throw more troops into the Avdiivka meat grinder on the eastern front, while Ukraine began moving armored vehicles across the Dnipro River in the south, less than 90 kilometers from Crimea.
UK intel: Russia to consider relocating shipbuilding infrastructure after Ukraine hit corvette in Crimea
Ukraine's attack on a Russian naval corvette in Crimea highlights potential disruptions to Russia's shipbuilding infrastructure and delivery schedules, as per UK intelligence.
On 6 November, the Department for Strategic Communications of Ukraine’s Armed Forces (StratCom) confirmed that the Russian Navy’s…
In the Planet Labs images from 5 November, the damage at the Kerch shipyard is visible, as well as a Russian military vessel that appears to be damaged.
The Kalibr cruise missile carrier Askold was reportedly hit with SCALP missiles in close proximity to the Crimea bridge
Russian occupiers claim to have created a smoke screen in Sevastopol Bay.
Since the Russian occupation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula in 2014, 301 individuals, including 202 Crimean Tatars have been…
DTEK Group prevails in The Hague case, securing a $267 million award from Russia for the confiscation of assets in occupied Crimea.
General Valery Zaluzhnyi's interview reveals Ukraine's first ATACMS missile strike on Russian-occupied Crimea on October 30, underlining Ukraine's intensified operations in the region, which is the "linchpin" of Putin's imperial restoration project.