Russia fires new waves of missiles across Ukraine
Several cities were struck including Dnipro, where an apartment block was hit, killing at least 20.
Russian spy group arrested in Poland - officials
The group of foreign citizens were arrested in Poland accused of a sabotage plot.
Council funding cut for Ukrainian refugee scheme
The government says it faces tough decisions, but increases "thank you" payments to refugee hosts.
Boy, 12, is killed by collapsing garage wall as man in his 30s is pulled from the rubble
BREAKING: Police were called to the scene in St John's Road, Clacton just before 7pm on Friday after reports that two people had been harmed...
Deadly attack leaves whole of Kherson without power
Heavy shelling of critical infrastructure knocks out the power supply to the entire Ukrainian port.
Ukraine was sea-change for openness – GCHQ head
Sir Jeremy Fleming interviews head of US intelligence agency as guest editor of Radio 4's Today programme.
Why Bakhmut matters for Russia and Ukraine
Tens of thousands have died fighting for a city with little strategic value. Why?
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Reunited Ukrainians stunned by local hospitality
Sasha, 8, was reunited with her mother in Sevenoaks, Kent, after fleeing Kharkiv as bombs fell.
Jersey capital could twin with Ukrainian town
St Helier could be linked with Mykolaiv, a major shipbuilding port which has been shelled by Russia.
Teenage carpenter creates second bowl for charity
Gabriel Clark raised more than £250k raffling his last wooden bowl to help Ukrainian children.
Executed Oklahoma death row inmate Benjamin Cole was given priconsequentlyn-issued 'religious meal' of vegetarian lasagna, salad, a tortilla and a fruit drink packet: Guards say he referred to himself as 'just a super-duper hyperbolic Jesus freak'
Benjamin Cole, who was executed by the state of Oklahoma Thursday morning for the 2002 killing of his 9-month-old daughter, did not request a traditional last meal...
Russia sends musicians to frontline to boost morale
The new "front-line creative brigade" will consist of volunteer musicians and mobilised recruits.
The Ukrainian refugees marking Christmas in Belfast
More than 600 people gathered at a community centre in north Belfast on Sunday to mark Orthodox Christmas.
Russia destroying Mariupol theatre, official says
An aide to the Ukrainian city's exiled mayor says Russia is trying to cover up its crimes.
Loose Women's Denise Welch pays tribute to 'wonderful actress' Josephine Melville, 61, who played Tessa Parker in the 1980s after she died backstage at play
Loose Women's Denise Welch has paid tribute to EastEnders actress Josephine Melville (pictured), 61, after she died backstage while performing in a play on Thursday in Nottingham...
Russian mother not invited to meet Putin speaks out
Putin has met with the mothers of Russian soldiers but critics say those invited were carefully chosen.
Latvia sends cars from drunk drivers to Ukraine
The confiscated vehicles are being delivered under a Latvian scheme to help the Ukrainian military.
'It's personal for him': What Putin saw in Mariupol
The Russian leader tours parts of the Ukrainian port city that saw some of his army's fiercest attacks.
- Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff 'puts his TV career on hold after horror Top Gear car crash': Ex-cricket ace 'was begged by his family to stay away from work as he recovers from injuries'
- time：2023-06-03 16:07
- The presenter and former England ace, 45, was airlifted to hospital following a horror collision on a test track at the Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey on December 13 last year...
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