Mr Zelensky said “victory is inevitable” if all of Ukraine’s partners “do their homework”.
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Stop war in Ukraine
Europe for Peace and Solidarity The war in Ukraine has cost too many lives and caused too much destruction. It is both a responsibility and a duty of states and their people to commit to de-escalation and support for talks. For the Ukrainian people but also for humanity and the planet which cannot endure thisContinue reading “Stop war in Ukraine”
A year of courage, caring, pain, hope, endurance and above all a year of unity (2)
Looking back at those 12 months that brought the Ukrainian people full misery in “The furious year of invincibility” we listen to the Ukrainian president encouraging his people.
A year of courage, caring, pain, hope, endurance and above all a year of unity (1)
Looking back at those 12 months that brought the Ukrainian people full misery in “The furious year of invincibility.”
No one, not even Putin, knows how this war will end
No one, not even Putin, knows how this war will end.
Russians shunned and made silent
Over a few days, we have to face that it was one year ago that Russia did what it said never to do. For months, the Russian government told the citizens of the federation it was going to liberate the Ukrainians of Neo-Nazis and corrupt leaders. As the months of 2022 wore on, and itContinue reading “Russians shunned and made silent”
History.com: This Day In History (January 26-1918): Ukraine declares its independence
Originally posted on Levant's Agora:
By History.com Editors. Soon after the Bolsheviks seized control in immense, troubled Russia in November 1917 and moved towards negotiating peace with the Central Powers, the former Russian state of Ukraine declares its total independence. One of pre-war Russia’s most prosperous areas, the vast, flat Ukraine (the name can…
The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 January 13
By Danny Boyle Amid ongoing debate over Britain’s net zero target, an official review has suggested that new gas boilers be banned earlier than planned. Our environment editor examines the cost to householders. In breaking news, Lisa Marie Presley – pictured above with her mother and Elvis actor Austin Butler earlier this week – hasContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 January 13”
The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 January 06
By Danny Boyle Revelations from the Duke of Sussex’s autobiography lay bare his bitterness over the way he feels he was treated by his family. We round up what we have learnt – and what it means for The Firm. Harry and William ‘begged’ Charles not to remarry He is using his devastating memoir toContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 January 06”
The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 December 23
By Danny Boyle People embarking on Christmas getaways face disruption as thousands of Border Force staff go on strike today – before another wave of industrial action on the railways tomorrow. Plus, we reveal a catalogue of errors that left a murderer free to kill. Violent offender was classed as ‘medium-risk’ It was one ofContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 December 23”