Roland Oliphant, The Telegraph

Roland Oliphant

The Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Roland:

Nord Stream II attack would be the biggest blunder of the Zelensky regime

If the Ukraine president knew about any attack on the pipeline what would that say about his judgment → Read More

Cost of Bakhmut ‘meat grinder’ battle on Russian army revealed

Nato official says Russia’s losses in the assault on the town far outweigh Ukraine’s → Read More

Why the world was wrong about Putin

Russia's army was thought to be at its strongest - how wrong he was → Read More

Battle of Bakhmut: 'I came to rescue my 92-year-old mother. The problem? She wouldn't leave'

As Russia attempts to surround the city and capture its biggest battlefield prize in months, vulnerable locals are slowly evacuating → Read More

Kremlin-linked journalist organised Quran-burning at Turkish embassy in Stockholm

Chang Frick, who wore Putin T-shirt, paid admin fee for protest that has put Sweden’s Nato bid in doubt → Read More

Russian missile hits Nato member Poland, leaving two dead

Poland steps up military readiness and Nato prepares for talks after Russia blamed for strike → Read More

Slavery is finally abolished in three US states 156 years on

Voters have closed a loophole that allowed prisoners to be used for forced labour → Read More

Leave now or face death, Donbas residents told as Vladimir Putin looks for a victory in the east

Ukraine’s military says Moscow pouring troops into region after abandoning attempt to take Kyiv, with Russian leader setting May 9 deadline → Read More

The inside story of how Britain armed Ukraine’s resistance to Russia

From spooks to special services and secret airlifts, the UK has been at the forefront of international efforts to help Zelensky’s army → Read More

Russian airstrikes hit four Ukrainian cities in escalated air campaign

The Ukrainian cities of Dnipro, Lutsk, Rivne and Ivano Frankivsk were bombarded on early on Friday morning → Read More

‘They came to my country and killed my people ... but I still treat them,’ says Ukrainian doctor saving lives on both sides

Zaporizhzhya’s medics are doing their best for the wounded, but even they admit the ugly truth that only more killing will end the war → Read More

Vladimir Putin makes war on mothers and babies with attack on Mariupol hospital

With its morgues now ‘overflowing’, besieged citizens of Ukrainian port city are reduced to tipping victims' bodies into mass graves → Read More

‘We can’t hear the bombs, we only feel them’: the juddering reality of war for Ukraine’s deaf children

The Telegraph suddenly finds itself escorting students of a school for deaf children away from the front line as enemy fire grows closer → Read More

Russian paratroopers storm Kharkiv after devastating rocket attacks

As missiles rained down, airborne forces landed in the largely Russian-speaking city of 1.4million people, close to the eastern border → Read More

Ukrainian soldiers defy Russian advance on Kharkiv using British anti-tank missiles

Russia’s First Guards Tank Army run into fierce resistance on the city’s ring road as casualties of Vladimir Putin’s invasion begin to mount → Read More

Watch our reporter on the front line in Kharkiv after Russians were ambushed on ring road

The Telegraph’s Roland Oliphant describes the scene of a bloody battle in eastern Ukraine → Read More

Kremlin weighs up claiming more Ukrainian territory

As Russian Army tanks roll into the rebel-controlled east of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin has a decision to make → Read More

Russia-Ukraine crisis explained: Why Vladimir Putin is preparing to invade Ukraine now

While Russian military is at its strongest for years, the UK is preoccupied with domestic politics, the US is distracted and Nato is divided → Read More

Ukraine standoff: Russia and US agree to keep talking war preparations continue

Russia's Sergei Lavrov gives diplomacy at least another week after last-ditch talks with US counterpart Anthony Blinken to avert a war → Read More

US says it won't end Nato 'open door policy' despite Russian threat

US officials said the demand was a "non-starter" as the two sides met to avert an invasion of Ukraine → Read More