Russia still retains the backing of several countries a year after its invasion of Ukraine.
A year on from the start of the Ukraine invasion, the reporters returned to a familiar interview location.
As the invasion of Ukraine approaches its first anniversary, Yahoo News takes a look at how many lives have been lost on both sides.
The Good Morning Britain presenter said, "Nothing prepared me for what I would witness."
The TV star has been housing the family for months.
As Putin's invasion rages in Ukraine, Olena Vorontsova is caring for dozens of abandoned dogs.
The BBC News reporter has spoken out after a report began circulating on social media platform Tiktok.
Rob Bauer replied 'we are ready' when asked if the US-led organisation was prepared for a confrontation with Russia.
At least 35 people were killed in a Russian air strike on an apartment building in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro on Saturday.
The brutal fighting in Soledar has been compared to madness with 'the whole city littered with corpses.'
Ukraine's military intelligence chief Kyrylo Budanov says Vladimir Putin has been 'sick for a long time' and could die 'very soon'.
The former PM urged parliament to agree to more support for the Ukrainian army in the form of increased weaponry
Reports have persisted for months that the Russian president is dealing with a health issue.
Television pundits in Russia are becoming increasingly critical of their president Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
The star took in three members of a family.
The UK is the second largest donor to Ukraine behind the US.
Moscow could be blaming Britain for a drone attack in Crimea as an excuse to disrupt UK energy supplies.
The current reigning champions will not be deterred from picking their best act this year.
General Sergei Surovikin's admission of setbacks is 'highly unusual', according to British intelligence.
Jessica Chastain opened up about her recent trip to Ukraine during her visit on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," Wednesday.
A Russian missile strike struck just beside a children's playground in Kyiv on Monday morning.
Russia launched a series of revenge missile strikes on Ukrainian targets on Monday.
The BBC's Hugo Bachega was forced to end his broadcast as Kyiv was targeted by Russian missile strikes.
Liverpool and Glasgow are both in the running.
Moscow has had to push back its annual autumn conscription due to lack of capacity to train and equip its forces.