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.
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.
How Russia’s Top Propagandist Foretold Putin's Justification For The Ukraine Invasion Through This Dramatic Film
“Putin’s chef” Yevgeny Prigozhin’s network of state media sites used commissioned Cameo videos from Donald Trump Jr. and Rudy Giuliani to publicize another film that reimagines Russia’s role in the 2016 election.
TikTok is rebuilding its systems to keep US user data in the US and putting a new US-based team in control. But for now, that team reports to executives in China.
The Biden Administration Has Been Planning To Tell Mexico That A Trump-Era Policy Could Soon End And Attract More Immigrants To The Border
Returning to prepandemic practices could “seriously strain” border resources and lead to a challenging humanitarian situation in northern Mexico, a draft Department of Homeland Security document warns.
“The role of oil and gas in the global economy is very deeply embedded, so any shift is going to take a long time,” one expert said.
Lawmakers say a new bill — prompted by a 2019 BuzzFeed News investigation — would “signal to the world that the United States demands the highest standards of respect for every human life.”
“For many years, Russians tell us, ‘We’re brothers! We’re one people!’ But look — they’re killing us!”
“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.”
Not halting global warming, said one expert, “would be the final, truly unfair thing to do to a generation of kids coming up right now.”
“We are in completely uncharted waters,” the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said.
Russia’s communications regulator said it blocked Facebook because of “discrimination against Russian media and information resources." Twitter was blocked shortly after.
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.
Poland’s Top Diplomat In Kyiv Is Pretty Chill About Russia’s Invasion Because The City Is “Un-Occupiable”
“If Russia succeeds here, we are next.”
US officials continue to scrutinize cryptocurrency markets for their potential role in aiding Russia’s avoidance of sweeping sanctions.
Google Maps Blocked Edits After People Falsely Claimed It Was Used to Coordinate Russian Air Strikes
Ukrainian-language accounts claimed edits targeted gas stations, schools, and hospitals in cities like Kyiv.
Ukrainians Are Desperately Trying To Flee Kyiv As The Russians Advance: “It’s An Absolute Nightmare”
Thousands of people struggled to board the last trains out of the capital city, forcing families to separate and leave loved ones behind.
“Nobody's ever crowdfunded or crowdsourced cyber defense before. So we're in uncharted territory.”
These ICE Detainees With High-Risk Medical Conditions Fought For Months To Be Released — And They’re Just The Ones We Know About
“The lack of medical care is leading to some pretty scary situations for people who are detained there for months and months,” one attorney said.
From Zelensky thirst traps to Star Wars memes, the collective obsession with virality has led to some embarrassing and insensitive posts.
Ukrainians are fleeing the Russian invasion by foot, train, and car to reach neighboring countries, often enduring a challenging journey at train stations and borders.
A source who confirmed the government’s fundraiser believed the funds would go to “exterminate as many Russian occupants as possible.”
A number of other European countries had indicated they would not participate in this year's popular song contest unless Russia was kicked out for its invasion of Ukraine.
From Japan to Turkey, people showed up with flags, traditional Ukrainian clothing, and signs to protest Russia's deadly invasion of Ukraine.
Russian Troops Have Entered Kyiv, Putting Ukraine’s Democratically Elected Government In The Crosshairs
“Last time our capital experienced anything like this was in 1941 when it was attacked by Nazi Germany.”
The blasts shook the walls, illuminated my room even through thick curtains, and jolted me up.
Thousands Of Russians, Including Celebrities, Are Risking Being Arrested To Protest Putin's Invasion Of Ukraine
Thousands of Russians, including celebrities, protested the deadly invasion of Ukraine on Thursday despite government warnings of "severe punishment."
Russian shells and missiles hit cities and regions across the country, including many previously untouched by the conflict. “Don’t understand how this can happen in the 21st century,” one Ukrainian civilian seeking safety said.