Jenya, 15, expresses gratitude to UNICEF for help during Russia-Ukraine war

Ukraine: A Fifteen years old girl named Jenya from Ukraine expressed her gratitude to the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund - UNICEF for helping her family during the Russia-Ukraine war.

Ukrainian track and field athlete Volodymyr Androshchuk died in Bakhmut

The war has claimed the life of another Ukrainian athlete. On January 25, 2023, track and field athlete Volodymyr Androshchuk was killed. The athlete, who switched from the athletics arena to the war front, served near Bakhmut. Volodymyr Androshchuk was defending the country in the hottest spot on the front line

Ukraine to receive RIM-7 missiles from U.S. to counter BUK launchers

Another new package of U.S. security assistance to the Defence Forces of Ukraine will, for the first time, include radar-guided RIM-7 Sea Sparrow anti-air missiles, which can easily be launched from the Ocean or surface to intercept and neutralize engaging aircraft or cruise missiles

Brussels: NATO Headquarters turned off lights till December 31

In support of Ukraine, the NATO Headquarters in Brussels turned out the lights among other world monuments. The programme is a component of the "Lights for Ukraine" campaign launched by the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the United24 platform

Video shows individuals quietly shopping in Ukrainian supermarket despite lacking electricity

Despite the lack of lighting or electricity, people continue to shop peacefully in the supermarket Without panic, screams, hysterics, fights, thefts, and people quietly shop in the supermarket in the absence of electricity

Zelenska met UNESCO’s CEO Audrey Azoulay in Paris to preserve Ukrainian heritage

On December 13, Zelenska shared her concerns about protecting Ukraine's cultural heritage in Paris with Audrey Azoulay, the CEO of UNESCO

Hospital Windows in Kyiv covered with Sandbags to counter Shockwaves

Newborns receive intensive care at Okhmatdyt Hospital, Kyiv. The windows are protected with sandbags, as Russia routinely targets civilian infrastructure, including medical facilities, across Ukraine

Russia deployed Tornado-S rocket launcher system in Ukraine

The Tornado-S rocket launcher system, one of Russia's most deadly weaponry, was just deployed in Ukraine, according to the Russian Defense Ministry. The system's destructive force is compared to that of a little nuclear explosion

Only 200 residents left in Soledar: A home for 15000 Ukrainians before War

Russian forces, reportedly led by Wagner PMC groups and Lugansk People's Republic 6th Cossack Regiment, have increased their forward advances along the entire Donetsk front, particularly around the city of Bakhmut

Brussels: Ukrainians form human chains outside NATO headquarters, demand weapons and defence systems

Outside the NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, Ukrainian nationalists are building a human chain. Their primary demand is for more weaponry and air defence systems to be given to Ukraine in order to stop the Russian assault that nation has been dealing with since February 2022

World bank to provide additional $4.5 billion aid to support in Winter

Kira Rudik, a spokesperson for the Ukrainian people, stated in a statement that the World Bank will provide Ukraine with winter support in the amount of $4.5 billion. It is becoming ever more challenging for the Ukrainian people to tolerate the chilly temperatures as Russian missile attacks sabotage the water and power supplies

Video shows how Russian forces trashed everything in Kherson

Everything was trashed, stolen, and covered in shit: A school in Kherson Oblast saw the "Russian world". A video depicting the barbaric actions carried out by Russian forces in Ukraine was released on the @ekaterinaNWO Twitter account. They defecated in other rooms and closets, stole laptops, and took other items from the school that the ongoing conflict had damaged.

US General Milley suggests Zelenskyy to Temporary Truce with Russia

Senior US military officer General Mark Milley has recommended that Ukraine declare a truce with Russia as their government officials attempted to negotiate a temporary ceasefire. He underlines that Kyiv might start talks to settle the crisis by using battlefield wins over Moscow's forces

Info about whether missile attack was from Russia is unconfirmed yet; will ensure proper investigation: Prezydenta

Kancelaria Prezydenta, chancellor of Poland, has recently issued his statement on Tuesday's missile attack on Poland, which leads to the death of two Poland nationalists on a farm near the Ukrainian border

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Dominica: PM Roosevelt Skerrit welcomes Giraudel/Eggleston Flower Show and Market Fair, shares update

The Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, recently visited the Giraudel/Eggleston Flower Show and Market Fair to mark the program's opening and also shared some updates on the event.

Bulgarian Cultural Ministry Celebrates Rich Cultural Program for Young and Old on Children’s Day, shares update

Bulgaria: The Bulgarian Ministry of Culture shared about various Cultural institutions and organizations nationwide and organized a rich program for Children's Day till June 11, 2023. The Ministry of Culture shared that people from all age groups and communities can participate in the exhibition and view children's paintings on the theme "Childhood".

KNOW HERE: Interesting features of Tappeinerweg path in Meran, Italy

Meran, Italy: The Tappeinerweg is a promenade about six kilometres long in the South Tyrolean town of Meran and the elevated municipality of Tirol in Italy. The path of Tappeinerweg runs along the slope of the Küchelberg (380 m above sea level) from Gratsch in the west eastwards to the Zenoberg, where it ends at the powder tower. It is 100 meters above the valley basin and has only a few inclines. For long stretches, the path offers a view of the Burggrafenamt. 

Council of Europe expresses pleasure to Maastricht University students for winning HPMC Competition, shares update

Council of Europe: The Political Organisation of Europe, The Council of Europe felt pride and congratulated the students of Maastricht University, Netherlands winners of the Eleventh edition of the Helga Pederson Moot Court Competition on the European Convention on Human Rights for opposing the University of Athens in Greece and marking their tremendous victory.

US Embassy expresses pleasure to USA Hockey teams for marking remarkable victory, shares glimpses

United States Embassy expressed their pleasure and gratitude to Latvia and USA Hockey team for organising the fantastic event and made a tremendous victory at the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championships and also welcomed hundreds of Latvian hockey fans at the US Embassy on Monday, May 29, 2023.