Vladimir Isachenkov, The Associated Press

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Past articles by Vladimir:

Russian forces seize key Ukrainian port, pressure others

Russian forces have seized a strategic Ukrainian seaport and besieged another as part of efforts to cut the country off from its coastline, even as Moscow said Thursday it was ready for talks to en… → Read More

Ukraine refugee count tops 1 million; Russians besiege ports

More than 1 million people have fled Ukraine following Russia's invasion, in the swiftest refugee exodus this century, the United Nations said Thursday, as Russian forces kept up their bombardment of the country's second-biggest city, Kharkiv, and laid siege to two strategic seaports. → Read More

Refugee count tops 1 million; Russians besiege Ukraine ports

The tally the U.N. refugee agency released to The Associated Press was reached Wednesday and amounts to more than 2% of Ukraine’s population being forced out of the country in seven days. → Read More

Russian forces seize key Ukrainian port, pressure others

The Russian military said it had control of Kherson, and local Ukrainian officials confirmed that forces have taken over local government headquarters in the Black Sea port of 280,000, making it the first major city to fall. → Read More

Russian forces seize key Ukrainian port, pressure others

The fighting for the southern city of Enerhodar, an hub on the Dnieper River that accounts for about one-quarter of the country’s power generation, came as the two sides met for another round of talks aimed at stopping fighting that has set off an exodus of over 1 million refugees. → Read More

Russian forces seize key Ukrainian port, pressure others

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces captured a strategic Ukrainian port and besieged another Thursday in a bid to cut the country off from the sea, as the two sides met for another round of talks aimed at stopping the fighting that has set off an exodus of over 1 million refugees. → Read More

Refugee count tops 1 million; Russians besiege Ukraine ports

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The number of people sent fleeing Ukraine by Russia’s invasion topped 1 million on Wednesday, the swiftest refugee exodus this century, the United Nations said, as … → Read More

Russians seize key Ukrainian port, over 1 million refugees flee invasion

A column of Russian military vehicles appeared to be stalled about 16 miles from Kyiv, with a U.S. official citing fuel and food shortages. → Read More

Russians seize key Ukrainian port, over 1 million refugees flee invasion

A column of Russian military vehicles appeared to be stalled about 16 miles from Kyiv, with a U.S. official citing fuel and food shortages. → Read More

Russians seize key Ukrainian port, over 1 million refugees flee invasion

A column of Russian military vehicles appeared to be stalled about 16 miles from Kyiv, with a U.S. official citing fuel and food shortages. → Read More

Most of the world lines up against Moscow, attacks intensify

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Most of the world lined up against Moscow at the United Nations on Wednesday to demand it withdraw from Ukraine, as invading Russian forces renewed their bombardment of t… → Read More

Most of the world lines up against Moscow, attacks intensify

Most of the world lined up against Moscow in the United Nations on Wednesday to demand it withdraw from Ukraine, as invading Russian forces renewed their bombardment of the country's second-biggest city, menaced its capital and besieged its strategic ports. → Read More

As Russia batters Ukraine, both sides ready for more talks

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia renewed its aerial assault Wednesday on Ukraine’s second-largest city in a pounding that lit up the skyline with balls of fire over populated areas, even as … → Read More

'Minister No': Lavrov embodies Moscow’s steely posture

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is embodying the Kremlin’s defiant posture during the invasion of Ukraine with a mixture of toughness and sarcasm → Read More

Russia takes aim at urban areas; Biden vows Putin will ‘pay’

Ukraine’s leader decried Russia’s escalation of attacks on crowded cities as a blatant terror campaign, while U.S. President Joe Biden warned that if the Russian leader didn’t &#8… → Read More

Russia Batters Ukraine; Both Sides Say Ready for More Talks

As Russia batters Ukraine, both sides say they are ready for more talks → Read More

Over 2,000 civilians dead in one week of Russia-Ukraine war, officials say

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia renewed its assault Wednesday on Ukraine's second-largest city in a pounding that lit up the skyline with balls of fire over populated areas, even as both sides said they were ready to resume talks aimed at stopping the new devastating war in Europe. The escalation of attacks on crowded cities followed an initial round of talks between outgunned Ukraine and nuclear… → Read More

Ukraine: Russian attacks intensify as most of the world condemns Moscow

The U.N. General Assembly voted to demand that Russia stop its offensive and immediately withdraw all troops, with world powers and tiny island states alike condemning Moscow. → Read More

Most of the world lines up against Moscow, attacks intensify

The U.N. General Assembly voted to demand that Russia stop its offensive and immediately withdraw all troops, with world powers and tiny island states alike condemning Moscow. → Read More

Most of the world lines up against Moscow, attacks intensify

The U.N. General Assembly voted to demand that Russia stop its offensive and immediately withdraw all troops, with world powers and tiny island states alike condemning Moscow. → Read More