Is a 'Korean Scenario' in Ukraine Possible?

A Belgian reserve colonel, Roger Housen, has issued a stark warning regarding the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, suggesting that it may be heading towards a "Korean scenario." Housen's assessment, reported in local media and BTA, comes in response to recent remarks by British General Richard Barrons, who suggested that Russia could emerge victorious in the war this year.

Ukraine 'ran out' of missiles to defend key plant, Zelensky says

Russia was able to destroy a key power plant serving Kiev because Ukraine ran out of defensive missiles, President Volodymyr Zelensky said Tuesday.

For three-and-a-half weeks, Russia has launched near continuous strikes on Ukraine's power grid, leaving over a million people without electricity.

Germany's Scholz seeks Chinese role in 'just peace' for Ukraine

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Tuesday he hoped Berlin and Beijing could help achieve a "just peace" in Ukraine, as he met President Xi Jinping in the Chinese capital.

The chancellor arrived in China on Sunday, accompanied by a large delegation of ministers and business executives on his second visit to the country since taking office.

Zelensky Urges Strong Western Support; US Considers Aid Split

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has once again called for robust Western support in the face of Russia's ongoing invasion of his country, drawing parallels with the international backing received by Israel during times of conflict. Zelensky's plea for solidarity came in the wake of escalating Russian attacks and mounting challenges in defending Ukrainian territories.

Zelensky calls for same 'unity' from allies as for Israel

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged allies on Monday to show the same "unity" towards Ukraine as Israel, which said it repelled an Iranian attack over the weekend with Western support.

Ukraine has in recent months grown increasingly frustrated at delays in Western aid, including air defences it says are urgently needed to repel deadly Russian attacks.

Delays in US aid ‘hamper Ukrainian forces’

Civilians continue to die across Ukraine as analysts warned that delays in U.S. military assistance would see Kiev struggle to fight off Russian offensives.

Russian shelling killed four people in the eastern Ukraine region of Donetsk, authorities said yesterday, as Moscow's forces aim to push deeper into the war-battered industrial region.