Trump wanted 'loyal' generals like Hitler's — who often tried to kill him
In total, there were at least 42 plots to assassinate Adolf Hitler, according to historian Roger Moorhouse in his book "Killing Hitler: The Plots, the Assassins, and the Dictator Who Cheated Death." Of those, at least 10 attempts involved German generals.
Deadly Crimea blasts are ‘just the beginning,’ Ukraine warns Russia
The attack, if conducted by Ukraine, would amount to a dramatic escalation in the nearly six-month-old war.
Russia curtails oil shipments to central Europe
Several countries in Europe dependent on Russian energy suffered another blow with confirmation Tuesday that oil shipments have stopped through a critical pipeline.
Russia is scouring the globe for weapons to use against Ukraine
The passage of a sanctioned cargo ship from Syria to a Russian port shows how Moscow is bringing equipment home again.
Estonia, Finland want Europe to end Russian tourist visas
The leaders of Estonia and Finland want fellow European countries to stop issuing tourist visas to Russian citizens, saying they should not be able to take vacations in Europe while the Russian government carries out a war in Ukraine.
Russia successfully launches Iranian satellite
A Russian rocket on Tuesday successfully launched an Iranian satellite into orbit.
Ukrainian resistance grows in Russian-occupied areas
Guerrilla forces loyal to Kyiv are killing pro-Moscow officials, blowing up bridges and trains, and helping the Ukrainian military by identifying key targets.
Russian disinformation spreading in new ways despite bans
After Russia invaded Ukraine last February, the European Union moved to block RT and Sputnik, two of the Kremlin’s top channels for spreading propaganda and misinformation about the war.
Accounting of bodies in Bucha, Ukraine, nears completion
After months of meticulous, painful and at times gruesome investigation, officials in Bucha said that they had reached what may be the closest they will get to a final accounting of victims of alleged atrocities by Russian troops.
Russia halts US inspections of its nuclear arsenals
Russia on Monday announced a freeze on U.S. inspections of its nuclear arsenals under a pivotal arms control treaty, claiming that Western sanctions have hampered similar tours of U.S. facilities by Russian monitors.
Zelenskyy calls on West to ban all Russian travelers
He said Russians should “live in their own world until they change their philosophy.”
US to send another $1 billion in military aid to Ukraine
The new aid includes ammunition to support National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems, or NASAMS, and High Mobility Artillery Rockets Systems, or HIMARS, according to the Pentagon.
Russia, Ukraine trade accusations over nuclear plant attacks
Nuclear experts have warned that more shelling of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station, which was captured by Russia early in the war, is fraught with danger.
Hungary fines Ryanair over raising prices to cope with tax
Prime Minister Viktor Orban's right-wing nationalist government says industries from banking to insurance to airlines that have enjoyed "extra profits" arising from soaring demand after the COVID-19 pandemic should contribute to the country's economic recovery.
Navy Super Hornet that was blown off carrier deck recovered from Mediterranean
Search and recovery took less than 24 hours from the time the plane was located, Lt. Cmdr. Miguel Lewis, U.S. Sixth Fleet salvage officer, said in the statement.
Nuclear threat is ‘back in focus,’ UN secretary-general says in Japan after Hiroshima anniversary
Nuclear-armed nations must commit to a “no first-use policy” as rising tensions between them revive the threat of nuclear war, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Monday.
Amnesty International's Ukraine chief resigns after report criticizes Kyiv
The head of Amnesty International in Ukraine said she was quitting her job after the human-rights organization issued a report that criticized Ukraine's military, sparking backlash among Ukrainian officials who said it was unfairly blaming the victim in Russia's war.
Ukraine grain headed for Lebanon under wartime deal delayed
The cause of the delay was not immediately clear and Marine Traffic, which monitors vessel traffic and the locations of ships at sea, showed the Sierra Leone-flagged Razoni at anchor in the Mediterranean Sea near Turkey.
Shift in war's front seen as grain leaves Ukraine; plant hit
Ukraine and Russia also accused each other of shelling Europe's largest nuclear power plant.