Fighting continues in eastern Ukraine as fighting has left dozens more dead in Ukraine.
5:35 am | Moscow says it targeted Western weapons in western Ukraine, at least 22 injured according to Kyiv
The Russian army announced on Sunday that it had struck a site housing weapons supplied by Westerners near Tchortkiv, in western Ukraine largely spared by the fighting, leaving at least 22 people injured, including civilians, according to Kyiv.
4:24 | Passed under the Russian flag, the old McDonald's restaurants in Russia renamed "Vkousno i totchka" (Delicious. Period)
"The name changes, the love remains": the first "Russian McDonald's" opened their doors on Sunday under this slogan in the country nostalgic for the American fast-food chain, which left the country because of the conflict in Ukraine.
"Vkousno i totchka" (Delicious. Point) is the brand's new name, unveiled in Moscow on Sunday in front of a hundred Russian and foreign journalists. The new logo represents two stylized orange fries and a red dot on a green background.
4:04 | Ukraine: connection restored between the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant and the IAEA, Kyiv announces
The connection between the Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, under Russian control since the beginning of March, and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), is restored almost a month and a half after the loss of transmissions, announced the Ukrainian operator, Energoatom.