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Whats new in the Ukraine war?

Ukraine war latest as Volodymyr Zelenskyy urges Moscow to engage in peace talks without delay; Russia claims it has deployed hypersonic missiles in Ukraine; Death toll for children in the war rises to 112; Evacuation routes open in eastern Ukraine.

Will Moscow take over Ukraine’s cities?

Moscow has yet to take over any of Ukraine’s biggest cities de­spite at­tacks by land, sea and air. The latest news from around the world. Timely. Accurate. Fair. Your subscription failed. Please try again.

Who are the Sky News correspondents in Ukraine?

Updates from Sky News correspondents Alex Crawford in Kyiv, Anna Botting and Alistair Bunkall in Lviv, Nick Martin in Odesa, John Sparks in Kharkiv and Lisa Holland in Poland. Live reporting by Faith Ridler

Could Ukraine war plunge the global economy into a new crisis?

As the Rus­sia-Ukraine war en­ters its 24th day, we take a look at the main de­vel­op­ments. Could Ukraine war plunge the glob­al econ­o­my into a new cri­sis? IMF says Rus­sia’s in­va­sion of Ukraine may ‘fun­da­men­tal­ly al­ter’ the glob­al eco­nom­ic or­der.

Is Russia responsible for the war in Ukraine?

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Russia circulated a proposed U.N. Security Council resolution Tuesday demanding protection for civilians “in vulnerable situations” in Ukraine and safe passage for humanitarian aid and people seeking to leave the country, but it make no mention of Russia’s responsibility for the war against its smaller neighbor.

Is Russia losing 40% of its units to Ukraine?

Today’s latest from Ukraine and around the world | Ukrainian News Russia Loses 40% Of Its Units Since February 24 – Armed Forces Of Ukraine The PRC did not know in advance about the war of the RF against Ukraine - Chinese Ambassador to The USA

Could Ukraine war plunge the global economy into a new crisis?

As the Rus­sia-Ukraine war en­ters its 24th day, we take a look at the main de­vel­op­ments. Could Ukraine war plunge the glob­al econ­o­my into a new cri­sis? IMF says Rus­sia’s in­va­sion of Ukraine may ‘fun­da­men­tal­ly al­ter’ the glob­al eco­nom­ic or­der.

Is Russia’s appetite for war in Ukraine undiminished?

Last week, President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia warned that the campaign in Ukraine had barely begun. Deadly attacks on three fronts this weekend suggest that-after suffering major setbacks early in its war-Moscow’s appetite for the conflict remains undiminished.

Who are the Sky News correspondents involved in the Iraq invasion?

Sky News correspondents Deborah Haynes, Diana Magnay, Alex Rossi, Alistair Bunkall and Dominic Waghorn have been answering some of the 5,000-plus questions you submitted on the invasion, whether NATO troops could get involved, the nuclear threat and what could happen next. Scroll down to read what they had to say...

Will Sky News be allowed to travel around Kiev?

At press time, a 36-hour curfew is in place for Kiev; the Sky News team won’t be able to move around the city until Monday morning. There’s talk of the government organizing press trips via buses on Sunday, with police protection, “but I’m not convinced we’ll be on one of those,” says Ramsay.

Will the Ukrainian people accept a pro-Moscow government?

However, it appears clear that a majority of Ukrainians will not accept a pro-Moscow government imposed on them so you can expect an enduring resistance that could bog Russia down in Ukraine for a long time.

What are Ukrainians looking for?

Now, with the din of battle growing ever closer, Ukrainians are desperately seeking safety, searching for basic daily necessities and perhaps even holding out hope for a swift resolution. Get push notifications with news, features and more.

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