Ukraine War Live Updates:

live updates

  • As the war in Ukraine continues, counterattacks from Ukrainian forces are pushing Russia back in Kharkiv.
  • Russia suffered significant losses when Ukraine forces stopped an attempt to cross a river in the east, according to U.K. intelligence.
  • Ukraine began its first war crimes trial against a Russian solider Friday. The young solider is accused of shooting and killing an unarmed civilians in the Sumy region.
  • Sweden has joined Finland in announcing support for joining NATO. Russian threatened to take “retaliatory steps” if the Nordic countries become members of the western military alliance.
  • At a G7 meeting Thursday, Ukraine asked leaders to provide more weapons to Ukrainian forces and step up economic pressure on Russia.
  • Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky is holding up the $40 billion Ukraine aid bill in the Senate.

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This picture taken on May 11, 2022, shows smoke rising from burning storage buildings containing agricultural products after shelling by Russian forces, in the town of Orikhiv, near Zaporizhzhia, eastern Ukraine, amid the Russian invasion. DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP via Getty Images

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