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ICC Chief Prosecutor told CNN's Clarissa Ward that Putin could stand trial for the alleged war crimes.
Russian officials could be facing war crimes charges for the first time since the invasion of Ukraine began more than a year ago.
Russian families flee to Argentina to avoid Putin's conscription to fight a war they do not support in Ukraine.
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A barrage of more than 80 Russian missiles and a smaller number of exploding drones hit residential buildings and critical infrastructure across Ukraine on Thursday, killing six people and leaving hundreds of thousands without heat or electricity.
By HANNA ARHIROVA and ELENA BECATOROS, Associated Press
One year after Russia invaded Ukraine, a vigil was set Friday night at the State Capitol building in downtown Raleigh.
Over 300 people attended a vigil in downtown Raleigh Friday, on the one-year anniversary of when Russia invaded Ukraine.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL reporter
Friday marks one year since Feb. 24, 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine.
Lora Lavigne, WRAL reporter
This morning, President Biden made a surprise visit to Ukraine ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion.
Ukrainian military is digging in to defend two eastern cities as it endured heavy bombardment from Russian forces.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed success in Mariupol on Thursday. But, he ordered his forces not to storm the site of the sprawling steel plant where the last pocket of Ukrainian resistance in the besieged port city is holding out.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to anti-Russia bias in the United States. The escalating economic tensions are having an impact on Russians or Russian-Americans who don't support the way.
Graeme Roberson, the director of the Center for Slavic, Eurasion and East European Studies at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill discusses whether the U.S. and European national should implement stronger sanctions for Russia.
New video shows the utter damage left in the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine after a massive shelling operation by Russian invasion forces.
<i>Ukraine’s defense forces, outmanned and outgunned, strongly resisted the Russian invasion on Saturday, battling to keep control of the capital, Kyiv, and other cities. So far, it seems their efforts have been effective. There was intense street fighting, and bursts of gunfire and explosions could be heard across Kyiv on Saturday, while the latest Western intelligence information said the Russian advance had been stalled. Here are the latest developments:</i>
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Kyiv is preparing for a tough battle with the Russian troops as Moscow's advance reached the outskirts of the city on Friday. This as President Biden met with members of NATO in a virtual summit to discuss the situation in Ukraine and possibly more sanctions against Russia.
A pair of Duke University professors broke down the history and conflicts between Russia and Ukraine.
Rising gas prices, dwindling stock portfolios and the risk of cyber hacks are all things the U.S. could face in wake of Russian's invasion of Ukraine.
Battles are unfolding across Ukraine, the country's armed forces said Thursday, with fighting ongoing in both the Kharkiv and Kherson regions.
KYIV, Ukraine — President Joe Biden warned President Vladimir Putin of Russia that invading Ukraine would result in “swift and severe” costs to Russia, diminish his country’s standing and cause “widespread human suffering,” the White House said Saturday as Western officials made a forceful diplomatic push to dissuade Putin from pressing forward with an attack.
Andrew E. Kramer, Anton Troianovski, Katie Rogers and Lara Jakes, New York Times
High level talks involving diplomats from Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France started in Paris today amid high tensions between Moscow and the west. As Richard Engel reports, the talks come as Russia amasses more than 100,000 troops on Ukrainian border.
WRAL Fayetteville reporter and veteran, Gilbert Baez, shows us how Fort Bragg is honor its veterans this year.
WASHINGTON — China's testing of a hypersonic missile designed to evade U.S. nuclear defenses was “very close” to a “Sputnik moment” for the United States, Gen. Mark Milley, chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Wednesday, in the first official confirmation of how Beijing’s demonstration of its weapon capabilities had taken U.S. officials by surprise.
David E. Sanger and William J. Broad, New York Times
An Afghan interpreter who helped rescue then-Sen. Joe Biden after his helicopter was forced to land in a snowstorm 13 years ago has left Afghanistan, sources familiar tell CNN.
By Jake Tapper, Anchor and Chief Washington Correspondent
KABUL, Afghanistan -- It was the last known missile fired by the United States in its 20-year war in Afghanistan, and the military called it a "righteous strike" -- a drone attack after hours of surveillance Aug. 29 against a vehicle that U.S. officials thought contained an Islamic State bomb and posed an imminent threat to troops at Kabul's airport.
Matthieu Aikins, Christoph Koettl, Evan Hill and Eric Schmitt, New York Times
The last American soldier to leave Afghanistan was Major Gen. Chris Donahue, commander of the 82nd Airborne Division. He boarded the final Airforce plane to leave Kabul on Monday, ending the U.S. mission in Kabul.
Byran Mims, WRAL reporter; KATHY GANNON, TAMEEM AKHGAR and JOSEPH KRAUSS, Associated Press reporters