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Russia-Ukraine war

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Russia’s financial lifeline faces a new threat
Opinion
Opinion

Russia’s financial lifeline faces a new threat

Russia continues to find ways to sell its oil and fund the war in Ukraine despite the West’s best efforts to strangle its revenues. But a new plan is being hatched.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz

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Kyiv, where citizens are bravely carrying on, is in flames again

Kyiv, where citizens are bravely carrying on, is in flames again

Ukraine isn’t merely recovering from trauma. It is well and truly still living it.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Kate Geraghty
Anthony Albanese goes to Europe to talk about Ukraine but with China on his mind
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Anthony Albanese goes to Europe to talk about Ukraine but with China on his mind

Australians must not dismiss Russia’s war in Ukraine as something that does not affect them.

  • by Rob Harris
Russia strikes Kyiv as Western leaders meet in Europe

Russia strikes Kyiv as Western leaders meet in Europe

The bombardment was the worst to hit the capital in months, killing one person and injuring six others, including a 7-year-old girl.

  • by Oleksandr Stashevskyi
G7 in multibillion-dollar pledge to counter China’s Belt and Road initiative

G7 in multibillion-dollar pledge to counter China’s Belt and Road initiative

The announcement came on a day that saw the G7 leaders openly mock the macho image of their absent adversary Vladimir Putin.

  • by Andrea Shalal
Russia will soon exhaust its combat capabilities, Western assessments predict

Russia will soon exhaust its combat capabilities, Western assessments predict

The assessments come despite continued Russian advances against outgunned Ukrainian forces, including the capture of the key town of Severodonetsk.

  • by Liz Sly
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Ukrainians wake to renewed Russian assaults from several directions

Ukrainians wake to renewed Russian assaults from several directions

It comes after President Volodymyr Zelensky delivered an emotive message of peace to Glastonbury revellers.

  • by Rob Harris
Problems at home? Get to Kyiv and be photographed with Zelensky
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Problems at home? Get to Kyiv and be photographed with Zelensky

World leaders, celebrities and other groupies are heading to Ukraine to bask in the presence of the country’s seemingly indomitable leader.

  • by Ed Cumming
Wasteland warriors: The long, cruel summer on Ukraine’s eastern front

Wasteland warriors: The long, cruel summer on Ukraine’s eastern front

In the ruins of homes along the front line, Ukrainians wonder how long they can hold out against Putin’s troops

  • by Anthony Galloway and Kate Geraghty
Albanese should send Putin a message by visiting Kyiv
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Albanese should send Putin a message by visiting Kyiv

Australia has a vital diplomatic role to play as one of Ukraine’s strongest supporters outside Europe and North America. Albanese can send an important diplomatic signal our country stands shoulder to shoulder with Ukraine in its struggle.

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EU grants Ukraine candidate status in ‘historic moment’

EU grants Ukraine candidate status in ‘historic moment’

Leaders of all 27 nations mustered the required unanimous approval to take the first crucial step that will pull Ukraine closer to the West and away from Russia.

  • by Samuel Petrequin and Mike Corder