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Ukraine war: Growing fear and no time to mourn inside the next city in Russia's sights
The mass graves in the city of Lysychansk are an indication of the slaughter that's gone on in the Donbas.
'We need to hold back this horde': Shelling intensifies in the Donbas region as Russian soldiers try to encircle key cities
Shelling has intensified in the city of Severodonetsk - one of the few parts of the Luhansk region in Donbas that is still under Ukrainian government control.
Ukrainian forces may have to retreat in Luhansk to avoid capture, governor says
Ukrainian forces may have to retreat in Luhansk to avoid being captured, the region's governor has said.
Shireen Abu Akleh: Al Jazeera will refer the killing of reporter to International Criminal Court
Qatar's Al Jazeera news network says it will refer the killing of its journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to the International Criminal Court.
Shah Rukh Khan: Bollywood megastar's son, Aryan Khan, cleared after being arrested over drugs allegations
Aryan Khan, son of the actor known as the "King of Bollywood", Shah Rukh Khan, has been cleared after being arrested in connection with a drugs raid on a luxury cruise ship.
Ukraine war diaries: 'COVID was just our war rehearsal'
Curfews, travel limitations, anxiety about leaving home, and more.
Ukraine war: Fear, suspicion and split loyalties in the city where situation is spiralling out of control
Time is fast running out for the thousands of people still in the besieged city of Severodonetsk and the odds are very much against them.
Six soldiers arrested on drugs and money offences just days before Jubilee celebrations
Six serving soldiers have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply drugs, and money lending and laundering offences.
Monkeypox: Vet who caught disease in 2003 says new outbreak is a 'wake-up call for the world'
A vet who contracted monkeypox during the largest outbreak in US history almost 20 years ago has said new cases of the disease are a wake-up call for the world.
Govt urged to carry out audit of UK assets of Hong Kong and China officials linked to human rights violations
The government should carry out an audit of the UK assets of Chinese and Hong Kong officials linked to human rights violations, a cross-party group of MPs has demanded.