U.N. aid chief Martin Griffiths is in Moscow on Thursday and Friday to discuss clearing the way for exports of grain and other food from Ukraine's Black Sea ports, a U.N.
The situation on the eastern frontline in Donbas has become increasingly desperate, with Ukrainian towns facing near constant shelling from Russian forces.
Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has dismissed all rumours around Vladimir Putin's health.
Europe's race to replace Russian gas supply has threatened Australia's plans for five gas import terminals as they compete for key infrastructure, raising the risk of a supply shortfall in Australia's populous southeast in the next two years.
European Union leaders agreed on Monday to ban most imports of Russian oil to the 27-nation bloc as Ukrainian and Russian forces battled on the outskirts of Sievierodonetsk, the last city still held by Kyiv in Ukraine's strategic Luhansk province.
European Union leaders agreed in principle on Monday to cut 90% of oil imports from Russia by the end of this year, resolving a deadlock with Hungary over the bloc's toughest sanction yet on Moscow since the invasion of Ukraine three months ago.
A top Ukrainian official has claimed that Russian president Vladimir Putin had managed to survive an assassination attempt two months ago.
As many as 200 rotting corpses were found in the basement of an apartment building in Mariupol.
The first Russian soldier on trial for war crimes committed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine has pleaded guilty and now faces a possible a life imprisonment in Kyiv.
McDonald's has decided to shut shop in Russia more than 30 years after it first opened its operations in the country. It has now joined the list of firms that have stopped offering their services in the country.
A Russian oligarch was secretly recorded saying Russian President Vladimir Putin has blood cancer, according to media reports.
Video footage from the scene showed fire and rescue workers combing through piles of rubble dousing still smoking wreckage.
Patron, a two-and-a-half-year-old mine-sniffing dog, has been awarded by Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky for his services to the country since the beginning of Russia-Ukraine war.
British YouTube travel vlogger Benjamin Rich, famous for exploring some of the dangerous parts of the world, was arrested at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, according to Russian authorities.
This marks the end of the highly successful Roman Abramovich era at Stamford Bridge
Four people, including two children, died after a man opened fire at a kindergarten in Russia's central Ulyanovsk region on Tuesday.
A man who forced his friend to kill himself after he found out that he had allegedly sexually abused his six-year-old daughter has been jailed for 18 months.
A Russian artist faces up to 10 years in jail for protesting against the country's invasion of Ukraine. A local court has put her behind bars for spreading "fake news."
A Ukrainian mother fleeing war was left with no option but to scribble her family's contact details on her two-year-old daughter Vera's back.
Russian general Alexander Dvornikov, a veteran of Russia's military intervention in Syria, had been named the overall commander of Russian forces in Ukraine.
A 53-year-old woman identified as Iryna Filkina was allegedly killed by Russian soldiers when she was on her way to her house in Bucha on March 5.
A UK national who used to work as a guard at the British embassy in Berlin has been accused of spying for Russia. He has been charged with nine offences under the Official Secrets Act.
The head of Motoyzhyn village, her husband, and her son were killed by the Russian forces during their occupation of the village near Kyiv, according to Ukrainian officials.
Thousands have died in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol since the Russian invasion and the rest of the city residents are living in fear with no amenities available to them.
The Ukrainian Security Service (SSU) intercepted radio communications between Russian soldiers and heard them talking about "eating dogs and raping Ukrainian women."
A Ukrainian woman has claimed that she was raped by two Russian soldiers who first shot her husband dead at her house in a village located close to Kyiv on March 9
An Australian couple risked their lives and flew to Ukraine to get their surrogate baby girl safely back from war-ravaged Ukraine. The parents and the girl were eventually evacuated safely to Moldova on Monday by Australian officials.
Brewing giants Carlsberg (CARLb.CO) and Heineken have joined the long list of companies that have pulled out of Russia as a mark of protests against Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ukrainian officials have claimed that more than 10,000 hectares of forest in the Chernobyl exclusion zone have been set ablaze due to active fighting between Russia and Ukraine.
An Italian fighter pilot who was dismissed from the country's air force after she complained of being "bullied," by her seniors, has now joined Ukrainian resistance forces against Russia.