Ukraine Crisis
Opinion  /  Published 13.08.22

The ever growing craze over ‘Shrek Rave’ in US

Old comfort    The movie, Shrek, released in 2001, has remained an internet sensation for decades. Now, the obsession has culminated in what is known as a ‘Shrek Rave’ &mdash...
By Suhashini Sarkar

World  /  Published 10.08.22

Zelensky for blanket ban on Russians

Ukraine’s President called on the West to impose a blanket travel ban on Russians, an idea that has found support among some European states but angered Moscow which pressed on with a fierce mil...
By Reuters in Kyiv

World  /  Published 09.08.22

Russian ‘arms powered by western parts’

The US will provide an additional $4.5 billion to Ukraine’s government, bringing its total budgetary support since Russia’s February invasion to $8.5 billion, the US Agency for Internation...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 08.08.22

In missile hell hole, kids write ‘meteorite’

The words scream out in red letters, in the unmistakable scribble of a child learning cursive: “No War!!!” On the walls of a dank school basement are drawings that might have been made by...
By Valerie Hopkins in Yahidne (Ukraine)

World  /  Published 08.08.22

Clock ticks on ‘lost generation’

No victim of war emerges without suffering some kind of loss: A home eviscerated. A loved one vanished. A life snatched away. Yet no one loses as much to war as children — scarred by its ravage...
By Erika Solomon


World  /  Published 02.08.22

A ship with grain leaves Odessa

Breaking through the months-long Russian blockade of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, a ship loaded with corn became the first to sail out since the invasion on Monday, raising hopes that desperately ...
By New York Times News Service

World  /  Published 01.08.22

Russia kills grain mogul

Heavy Russian strikes hit the southern Ukrainian port city of Mykolaiv overnight and early on Sunday, killing the owner of one of the country’s largest grain producing and exporting companies, t...
By Reuters in Kyiv

World  /  Published 30.07.22

Eurostat: inflation hits record high

Inflation in the eurozone soared 8.9% in July, setting another record increase for the 19 members of the European Union using the common currency. Last month, inflation was set at 8.6%, but the EU...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 29.07.22

Ukraine: First Lady's Vogue controversy

An empowered female leader Val Voshchevska, a self-described digital creator and Ukrainian activist and organizer, on Instagram described the cover as "an iconic feminist photo." "Eve...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 27.07.22

EU to cut natural gas use

Russia will opt out of the International Space Station after 2024 and focus on building its own orbiting outpost, the country’s newly appointed space chief said on Tuesday. Yuri Borisov, who was...
By Matina Stevis-Gridneff, Monika Pronczuk in Brussels


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