Russia attacked Ukraine with 31 drones, 6 missiles of different types, launched from Russian and occupied territories.
Russia attacked Ukraine with six S-300 anti-aircraft guided missiles, three Kh-22 cruise missiles, a Kh-59 guided missile, and 14 Shahed-type attack drones overnight.
In a fire after Russian drones struck Kharkiv, seven people were killed, including a family with three children.
Russian forces continued their bombardment of Ukrainian cities overnight, killing 7 civilians in fires from an oil depot leak Russia sparked in Kharkiv.
Russia unleashed a barrage of kamikaze drone attacks on Ukraine last night, targeting civilian infrastructure and causing injuries and damage in several regions.
Ukraine reports the successful sinking of the Ivanovets, a Russian missile corvette, in the Black Sea. It's at least 17th Russian ship destroyed/damaged during the all-out war.
The Baltic Sea gas-condensate plant isn’t operating, Bloomberg reports.
Russia’s Ministry of Defense reported on 21 January that Russian Smolensk Oblast came under drone attack overnight, with…
The Saint Petersburg Oil Terminal is Russia's largest oil products transshipment terminal in the Baltic region, as well as the largest stevedoring company at the Port of Saint Petersburg.
Lacking warships, Ukraine came up with a “drone swarm” solution. They can swim, fly, shoot, and batter. The result? Russian Black Sea Fleet warships have fled to Novorossiysk - but are not safe even there.
In the last 24 hours, there were 66 battles between Ukrainian defenders and invading Russian forces along the frontline.
A Russian kamikaze drone attack was thwarted by the Ukrainian air defense, which destroyed all seven drones.
The attack was reportedly a joint special operation by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the Armed Forces, according to multiple media outlets citing their sources.
Russia's MoD claims to have repelled a massive UAV attack from Ukraine, allegedly intercepting and destroying 33 suicide drones. Local sources say one of the attack's main targets was a bomber air base near Rostov's Morozovsk.
Ukrainian Air Forces successfully intercepted eight out of nine Russian drones, with anti-aircraft defenses activated in the suburbs of Kyiv.
Russian authorities, including Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin and the Ministry of Defense, assert the successful interception of 21 UAVs en route to Moscow, neutralizing them in various regions with no reported casualties or damage.
Ukrainian officials didn't disclose information about targets that presumably were hit by the remaining drones.
Reportedly, Ukraine’s air defenses shot down all 10 Russian UAVs.