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War brings urgency to fight for LGBT rights in Ukraine
Campaigners hope a new law will show LGBT soldiers that the country they are risking their lives for cares about them

Emma Graham-Harrison and Artem Mazhulin in Kyiv

05, Jun, 2023 @4:00 AM

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‘We tell them they can still laugh’ – the doctor treating the mental scars of Gaza’s children
The head of a charity in the strip helping people traumatised by the conflict explains why he still has hope for the future

Emma Graham-Harrison

04, Jun, 2023 @9:00 AM

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Carole Cadwalladr to appeal against ruling that she pay Arron Banks’s legal costs
Decision to make journalist responsible for hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal costs sets ‘chilling precedent for UK journalism’

Emma Graham-Harrison

23, May, 2023 @6:10 PM

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‘I miss Ukraine’: the real-life stories behind UK immigration statistics
Some are fleeing persecution and war. Some are studying. Others are bringing their professional skills to the benefit of society

Mark Townsend Shanti Das and Emma Graham-Harrison

21, May, 2023 @9:00 AM

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Two Russian jets and two helicopters reportedly shot down – as it happened
Russian reports suggest two warplanes and two helicopters downed on Saturday, though unclear if due to friendly fire or Ukrainian attacks

Nadeem Badshah (now) , Geneva Abdul,Adam Fulton (earlier)

13, May, 2023 @5:31 PM

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‘I was born to do this’: Ukraine’s 2016 Eurovision winner Jamala on why Putin fears her people, Crimean Tatars
Jamala tells how her 2016 song shone a light on Stalin’s deportations and helped to dispel the myths that Crimea is historically Russian

Emma Graham-Harrison in Kyiv

13, May, 2023 @3:29 PM

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Ukraine vows not to give up on defending Bakhmut as it prepares for counteroffensive – as it happened
Commander of Ukraine ground forces underlines importance Kyiv attaches to holding Bakhmut as preparations continue for a counterattack

Tom Ambrose, Martin Belam and Helen Sullivan

02, May, 2023 @6:02 PM

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More than 20,000 Russian soldiers killed in five months in Ukraine, US says
Figure is acceleration in casualties, with most troops killed in brutal trench warfare for eastern city of Bakhmut

Emma Graham-Harrison in Kyiv

01, May, 2023 @9:58 PM

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Ukraine ammunition depot reportedly hit in wave of Russian missile attacks
Ukraine intercepts 15 out of 18 missiles as Moscow launches strikes apparently designed to hamper Kyiv’s plans for a counteroffensive

Peter Beaumont in Mykolaiv, Emma Graham-Harrison in Kyiv, and Pjotr Sauer

01, May, 2023 @2:45 PM

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When Russia targets ordinary homes: the attacks that mean no one is safe in Ukraine
A strike that killed 23 people far from any frontlines has forced residents to understand that one could come anywhere

Emma Graham-Harrison and Artem Mazhulin in Uman

30, Apr, 2023 @2:34 PM

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‘We’ll show just how weak they are’: Ukraine primed for crucial offensive
With concern among allies seemingly growing, there is a lot riding on an imminent counter-assault on the Russians in the south

Emma Graham-Harrison and Artem Mazhulin in Zaporizhzhia region

30, Apr, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Russia-Ukraine war live: death toll rises in Uman and Dnipro after intense Russian strikes – as it happened
More than 20 people confirmed dead in wake of Russian aerial bombing of Ukrainian cities on Friday morning

Joe Middleton (now); Jon Henley and Helen Sullivan (earlier)

28, Apr, 2023 @6:02 PM

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