Olena Zelenska had not been seen in public since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began in February.
President Volodymyr Zelensky used a rare address to the United Nations to describe horrific scenes of death in his country — and to criticize the Security Council as essentially useless.
Graphic Images And Reports Of Russian Atrocities In Bucha, Ukraine, Are Being Condemned By World Leaders
Leaders in the US and Europe called for anyone who had committed war crimes to be brought to justice.
Two negotiators and a Russian oligarch mediating the talks suffered eye irritation and peeling skin on their faces, according to news reports.
Russia's invasion is taking a heavy toll on human life and infrastructure as Ukrainians continue to stand their ground.
African Students Are Still Struggling To Flee Ukraine, And Black Activists From Around The World Are Stepping Up To Help
The collective of activists says it has helped more than 700 African students flee Ukraine, but hundreds remain in need.
“Ukraine Is My Home”: This Ukrainian Rock Star Turned Soldier Has Taken Up Arms To Fight The Russian Army
“We are no longer businessmen, bar owners, rock stars for the next I don’t know how many days,” Andriy Khlyvnyuk said. “We are soldiers.”
A tight-knit Ukrainian community in New York is dealing with their hopelessness by helping their war-ravaged country from afar.
As with other immigrants and asylum-seekers, border authorities have been told they can make exceptions for Ukrainians on a case-by-case basis.
The WNBA star was detained at a Moscow airport on drug charges. Supporters fear she's being held as a political hostage amid Russia's war in Ukraine.
US lawmakers left the Ukrainian president's speech determined to do more, even without a no-fly zone. “There’s no way that you can’t come out of that meeting without contemplating what more the United States can do to help."
In a rare virtual speech to Congress, Ukraine’s president made a plea to Congress and President Joe Biden to take more aggressive action to stop Russia’s invasion.
“God takes the very best ones.”
Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich Invested At Least $1.3 Billion With US Financiers, Secret Records Show
European governments have frozen the Russian oligarch’s assets, including mansions and a soccer team. But how much he poured into the US has stayed secret.
Pierre Zakrzewski, 55, and Oleksandra "Sasha" Kuvshynova, 24, were killed when their vehicle was hit by incoming fire near Kyiv on Monday, according to the network.
“Stop the war. Don’t believe the propaganda. They’re lying to you,” Marina Ovsyannikova's sign read.
This Russian Newsroom Has Been Cut Off From Its Readers Amid Putin's War. Now It's Asking The World To Help It Report The Truth.
Meduza, a Russian news site based in Latvia, is seeking 30,000 new supporters so that it can continue to deliver independent news to millions in Russia.
“I Thought I Was Going To Die”: US And UK Fighters In Ukraine Described The “Chaos” Of A Russian Missile Attack
The foreign fighters in Ukraine gave BuzzFeed News exclusive video of the missile attack on a NATO military training center that officials say killed 35 people and injured 134 more.
White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Brent Renaud's death was "shocking and horrifying" and pledged that the US would investigate and respond appropriately.
A Maternity Ward In A Mariupol Hospital Was Destroyed By A Russian Strike, Ukrainian Authorities Said
“People, children are under the wreckage. Atrocity!” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said. Warning: Graphic images.
“For many years, Russians tell us, ‘We’re brothers! We’re one people!’ But look — they’re killing us!”
“The decision today is not without a cost here at home. Putin’s war is already hurting American families at the gas pump,” the president said.
“I think we should help them but of course sometimes the feeling I have about it is horrible,” Vitaliy, a surgeon in Kyiv, told BuzzFeed News. “It feels like I’m doing something wrong.”
TikTok Is Suspending Content From Russia As The Country Cracks Down On Reporting About Its Invasion Of Ukraine
“In light of Russia's new ‘fake news’ law, we have no choice but to suspend livestreaming and new content to our video service.”
Russia is bringing death and chaos to Irpin, where people trying to get to a Kyiv railway station to flee the war are being attacked on the way.
This Ukrainian Man And His Family Fled Just In Time For US Protection, But Others May Not Be So Lucky
“Not even in my dreams could I have imagined fleeing the country I lived in for 18 years.”
“We are in completely uncharted waters,” the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said.
More than 1.2 million Ukrainians have fled their homeland, but many others are staying to fight, leading to emotional scenes at train stations as families say their goodbyes.
Russians took control of Europe's largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine where a fire that had threatened drastic consequences was put out on Friday morning.
The move comes as an estimated 1 million Ukrainians have fled Russia’s brutal invasion.