Latest "Russian invasion of Ukraine" stories
Ukraine's deputy defense minister suggested anti-tank systems with a 6-kilometer range or suicide drones as options his military could use.
By Todd South
The White House says it believes Russia is turning to Iran to provide it with “hundreds” of unmanned aerial vehicles for use in its ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
By Zeke Miller, The Associated Press and Josh Boak
"It was clear from the onset and confirmed throughout our visit that volunteers played a critical role in the defense of Kyiv, yet their role has not been systematically studied."
By By Liam Collins and John Spencer
Relatives say Lois “Bunny” Drueke spoke to her son Alexander Drueke, one of two Alabama veterans captured earlier this month in Ukraine, via telephone.
The fight for Ukraine’s Luhansk and Donetsk Oblasts hangs on a knife-edge — and may decide the future of the Donbas for years to come.
By Caleb Larson