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Zelenskiy orders audit of Ukrainian air-raid shelters after civilian deaths
A rift widened between the president and Kyiv’s mayor after witness reports that three people were locked out on the street during Russian attack

Dan Sabbagh in Kyiv

02, Jun, 2023 @4:45 PM

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Fatigue and frayed nerves grip Kyiv as city shelters from nightly Russian raids
Strikes on the capital have caused few casualties but residents face a new ‘psychological terror’

Dan Sabbagh in Kyiv

02, Jun, 2023 @4:32 PM

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Anti-Putin partisans shell Russian town four miles from Ukraine border
Governor of Belgorod says attack injured 12 people, in second partisan assault inside Russia in two weeks

Dan Sabbagh in Lviv, Julian Borger in Kharkiv, and Patrick Wintour

01, Jun, 2023 @6:45 PM

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‘One of the blasts shook our house’: Russians wake up to war at home
Drone attack and explosions in Moscow region seen as ‘logical next step’ by some as Ukraine retaliates

Pjotr Sauer

30, May, 2023 @4:07 PM

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Russia launch morning missile strikes on Kyiv after overnight barrage
Residents run for shelter during attack that appears to have been part of effort to exhaust air defencesUkraine war – latest news updates

Julian Borger in Kyiv

29, May, 2023 @3:09 PM

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‘I want to express rage’: Ukrainian punks Death Pill take fury on tour
The trio are back in Kyiv, preparing to kick off their first European tour, raging against Putin – and doing a lot of hugging

Luke Harding in Kyiv

19, May, 2023 @12:00 PM

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Russia’s most potent hypersonic weapon neutralised, says Ukraine
Intense night-time bombardment of Kyiv damaged Patriot air defence system, air command confirms

Luke Harding in Kyiv and Dan Sabbagh

16, May, 2023 @9:09 PM

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Pawn shops and bread queues: poverty grips Ukraine as war drags on
People turn to handouts and pawning goods as Kyiv’s bustling bars belie reality of life in wartime for many

Peter Beaumont in Irpin

30, Apr, 2023 @10:31 AM

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Joy and tension as Kyiv marks Orthodox Easter without Moscow clergy
Cathedral service overseen by clerics independent of Russian-affiliated patriarchate for first time since 17th century

Charlotte Higgins and Artem Mazhulin in Kyiv

16, Apr, 2023 @1:54 PM

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‘War is still raging. But life should go on too’: the diary of a Kyiv father
Mike fled Ukraine with his wife and young son last year. Now in the UK, he describes the family’s past year

As told to Jem Bartholomew

24, Feb, 2023 @1:00 PM

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‘We will never be the same’: chef Olia Hercules on Ukraine’s year of war
As the anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine arrives, author Olia Hercules recalls those first horrifying days, and the pride she feels as she watches her home country’s fight for survival

Olia Hercules

19, Feb, 2023 @7:00 AM

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Ukrainian composer Heinali on preserving the sound of Kyiv: ‘I wanted to protect my city from harm’
The field recordings on Kyiv Eternal, released exactly a year on from Russia’s invasion, document ‘a world that has disappeared’, the artist explains

John Lewis

15, Feb, 2023 @12:33 PM

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