Museums' daring feat brings major Ukraine art show to Spain
Against a backdrop of Russian attacks, border closures and a nail-biting journey across Europe, Madrid’s Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum has teamed up with Kyiv’s National Art Museum of Ukraine to secretly bring dozens of Ukrainian 20th century avant-garde artworks to the Spanish capital for a unique exhibition and a show of support for the war-torn countrywashingtonpost.com
Museums' daring feat brings major Ukraine art show to Spain
Against a backdrop of Russian attacks, border closures and a nail-biting journey across Europe, Madrid’s Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum has teamed up with Kyiv’s National Art Museum of Ukraine to secretly bring dozens of Ukrainian 20th century avant-garde artworks to the Spanish capital for a unique exhibition and a show of support for the war-torn country.
Ukraine's 'Invincibility' centers offer refuge, resilience
Ukraine has rolled out hundreds of “Points of Invincibility” — a defiant name for makeshift centers often no larger than an executive's conference room where beleaguered citizens can warm up, charge up, feed and drink up, and entertain themselves as they hunker down to wait out Russian President Vladimir Putin's war on their country.
Lull in Russian attacks against Ukraine energy, aid pledged
Russia has held back from launching a new round strikes that have been expected against power stations and other key infrastructure in Ukraine, as officials warned a lingering energy and water crisis from earlier attacks could prompt more evacuations from the capital.
Kremlin does not like Zelenskyys categorical stance on liberating Crimea
Dmitry Peskov, Press Secretary of the Russian President, has stated that the liberation of Crimea is out of the question while commenting on the words of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Source: Kremlin-aligned news outlet RIA Novosti, quoting Peskov Quote from Peskov: "You know that since the very beginning, and the President [Putin - ed.news.yahoo.com
Most Ukrainians left without power after new Russian strikes
A punishing new barrage of Russian strikes on Ukrainian infrastructure has caused power outages across large parts of the country as well as neighboring Moldova, piling more damage onto Ukraine’s already battered power network and adding to the misery for civilians as winter begins.
'We survived': Kherson comes alive after Russian withdrawal
Residents of the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson can't escape reminders of the terrifying eight months they spent under Russian occupation: missing people, mines everywhere, a scarcity of electricity and water, and explosions day and night as Russian and Ukrainian forces keep battling.
Bush calls Zelenskyy ‘tough dude,’ says Ukraine can win
Former President George W. Bush called Ukraine's president a “tough dude” on Wednesday, saying he believes Volodymyr Zelenskyy can win the war against Russia — as long as they get the support they need. “Absolutely they can win, they're winning,” Bush said at a conference held at his Dallas institute. The conference, which touted itself as focusing on ways to advance freedom and democracy around the world, was set to feature a virtual conversation between Bush and Zelenskyy.news.yahoo.com
Ukraine president accuses Russia of 'atrocities' in Kherson
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is accusing Russian forces of having committed “the same atrocities as in other regions of our country” before they were forced to pull out from the strategic southern city of Kherson and its surrounds. In his nightly video address on Sunday, Zelenskyy said without details that “investigators have already documented more than 400 Russian war crimes, and the bodies of both civilians and military personnel have been found.” “In the Kherson region, the Russian army left behind the same atrocities as in other regions of our country," he said.news.yahoo.com
Ukraine war, tensions with China loom over big Bali summit
A showdown between Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin isn’t happening, but the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and growing tensions between China and the West will be at the fore when leaders of the world’s biggest economies gather in tropical Bali this week.
Zelenskyy to Russian soldiers abandoned in Kherson Oblast: The only chance for salvation is to surrender
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged the Russian occupiers remaining in Kherson Oblast to surrender, as it is the only chance for them to save their lives. Source: Zelenskyy's video address Quote: "I would like to separately address those Russian soldiers, mercenaries and collaborators who were left behind in Kherson and other cities of the south.news.yahoo.com
Russia suddenly announces its readiness for negotiations "taking into account current state of affairs"
Maria Zakharova, spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, said that Russia is ready to negotiate with Ukraine "taking into account the current state of affairs". Source: Kremlin-aligned news outlet RIA Novosti Quote: "We are open to negotiations, same as before.news.yahoo.com
Russians try to subdue Ukrainian towns by seizing mayors
As Russians seized parts of eastern and southern Ukraine in the opening stages of the war, mayors, civilian administrators and others, including nuclear power plant workers, say they have been abducted, threatened or beaten to force their cooperation.
Zelenskyy on Russians' intercepted conversations: I speak Russian better than they do
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has noted that the Russian occupiers are distinguished by their ignorance and illiteracy. Source: The President of Ukraine in an interview for Czech television, posted on Zelenkyy's social media on 2 November.news.yahoo.com
Zelenskyy on Trump: Russia did not invade Ukraine then, who knows how Trump would have responded
KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO - THURSDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2022, 18:40 President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he cannot blame former US President Donald Trump for not supporting Ukraine enough because Russia has not yet carried out a full-scale invasion in Ukraine during his presidency.news.yahoo.com
Zelenskyy announces when negotiations with Russia can resume
KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO - SATURDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2022, 20:53 President Volodymyr Zelenskyy states that Ukraine can open negotiations with Russia after the return of all its territories within the borders of 1991, but there will be no return of relations with Russia that existed before the war.news.yahoo.com
Zelenskyy: World should warn Russia that it will be hit in the event of nuclear strike on Bankova St
KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO - SATURDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2022, 20:08 President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is convinced that Russia should receive a warning from the world about a strike on the decision-making centre in the Russian Federation in the event that Russia launches a nuclear strike on Bankova St [a street in Kyiv where a lot of the government buildings are located - ed.news.yahoo.com