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Yuliya Talmazan

Yuliya Talmazan is a London-based journalist.

Yuliya Talmazan is a London-based journalist.

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Drone attack brings Putin's war home to a shaken Moscow

The drone attack on Moscow ensured the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine is no longer a distant concern for many Russians.

Drones strike Moscow in first apparent attack on Russian capital’s residential areas since Ukraine war began

Moscow was attacked with drones Tuesday morning, Russian officials said, as Kyiv was hit by Russian attacks.

Blasts hit central Kyiv as Russia launches rare daytime attack 

Air raid sirens wailed, residents rushed to bomb shelters and explosions rocked buildings in Kyiv amid an intensifying Russian assault on Ukraine's capital.

‘Nuclear weapons for everyone’ who joins Belarus and Russia, Putin ally promises

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, promised nuclear weapons to any nation that joined Russia and Belarus.

Who are the anti-Putin groups behind the dramatic raid into Russia?

A dramatic, dayslong incursion into Russian territory has fueled questions about the Kremlin’s defenses but also about whether Ukraine may be going to new lengths in its efforts to penetrate them.

Ukraine aims to encircle Putin's troops in Bakhmut after Russia claims victory

Russia may have effectively captured the symbolic prize of Bakhmut, but Ukraine signaled Monday that it hopes to ensure the battle was far from over by encircling Wagner troops there.

Zelenskyy to join G-7 summit in Japan as world leaders step up Russia sanctions

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will make an in-person appearance at the Group of Seven summit in Hiroshima, Japan as President Joe Biden and allies impose new sanctions on Russia.

Russian hypersonic missile scientists are arrested on treason charges

Russia has arrested scientists working on hypersonic technology as Ukraine claims it used Patriot air defense systems to shoot down the missiles.

CIA urges Russians to share secrets with America in new video campaign

The CIA has posted a video on social media offering Russians a secure way to communicate with the agency, asking for info about the Ukraine war and other secrets.

Russia suffers new setbacks as Ukraine takes the offensive on the battlefield and beyond

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with allies in Europe and the U.K. securing new military support ahead of a counteroffensive against Russian forces.

Russia denies any Ukrainian breakthrough after gains around Bakhmut spark panic

Russia has pushed back at suggestions of a broader Ukrainian breakthrough on the eastern front lines of the war after gains around Bakhmut sparked panic about a long-awaited counteroffensive.