The war continues for a 110th day in Ukraine as the Ukrainian army says it has been driven out of the center of Severodonetsk, a key city in the east of the country.
4:47 | Ukrainian army says it was driven out of central Severodonetsk
Russian troops have chased the Ukrainian army from the center of Severodonetsk, a key city in eastern Ukraine that the two armies have been fighting over for weeks, the Ukrainian general staff announced on Monday.
2h46 | European leaders in Israel to discuss energy and Ukraine
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi are expected in Jerusalem on Monday for talks with Israeli officials who are trying, against a backdrop of war in Ukraine, to export some of their new gas windfall.
00:45 | The despair of Ukrainian farmers held hostage to the grain blockade
Nadia Ivanova should have harvested in the coming days, but so far this farmer from southern Ukraine exporting all over the world has only harvested shells.
“We planted very late because everything had to be cleared beforehand,” the 42-year-old farmer told AFP in the middle of her huge fertile fields.
00:45 | Ex-Russian prime minister says he no longer recognizes Putin
He was Vladimir Putin's first head of government. But even in his worst nightmares, Mikhail Kasyanov could not have imagined his former leader embarking on the invasion of Ukraine.
“The Putin I knew was different,” said Mr. Kassianov during a rare interview, by videoconference, with AFP.