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- Reuters Videos3 days ago
STORY: At the meeting, Shapps and Zelenskiy discussed beefing up air defenses in Ukraine amid fears that Russia will use long-range missiles and drones to target critical energy infrastructure in the depths of winter, a statement released by the president's office said. Britain this year supplied Storm Shadow cruise missiles that have allowed Ukraine to conduct long-range strikes on targets in Russian-occupied territory. Ukraine's intelligence chief Kyrylo Budanov and British Chief of the Defence Staff Tony Radakin were also present at the meeting.
- 00:42Ukraine's Zelenskiy meets UK defense secretary in KyivReuters VideosSTORY: At the meeting, Shapps and Zelenskiy discussed beefing up air defenses in Ukraine amid fears that Russia will use long-range missiles and drones to target critical energy infrastructure in the depths of winter, a statement released by the president's office said. Britain this year supplied Storm Shadow cruise missiles that have allowed Ukraine to conduct long-range strikes on targets in Russian-occupied territory. Ukraine's intelligence chief Kyrylo Budanov and British Chief of the Defence Staff Tony Radakin were also present at the meeting.3 days ago
- 01:52World View: Progress in UkraineABC News VideosUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy claims his forces are making progress in eastern Ukraine, as U.S.-made Abrams tanks arrive on the battlefield.4 days ago
- 02:23Russian commander who Ukraine claimed was killed is seen on state TVCBS News VideosThere are new questions about Ukraine's claims it killed the admiral in charge of Russia's Black Sea Fleet in a missile attack Monday. Russian state television appeared to show Viktor Sokolov working and attending a video conference Tuesday. BBC News correspondent James Waterhouse has more.5 days ago
- 04:05U.S. aid to Ukraine buying more than weapons, also financing pieces of everyday Ukrainian lifeCBS News Videos60 Minutes found the U.S. is financing more than weapons in Ukraine. The government is buying seeds for farmers, paying the salaries of 57,000 first responders and subsidizing small businesses.5 days ago
- 00:28Russian commander shown after Ukraine said it killed himReuters VideosSTORY: In video and photographs released by the Russian defense ministry, Sokolov was shown taking part in a video conference with Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and other top admirals and army chiefs. Ukraine's special forces said on Monday (September 25) they had killed Sokolov, Moscow's top admiral in Crimea, along with 33 other officers in a missile attack last week on the headquarters of Russia's Black Sea Fleet in the port of Sevastopol. Earlier on Tuesday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov had declined to comment on the Ukrainian claim, referring reporters to the defense ministry.5 days ago
- 01:32Ukraine claims it killed commander of Russia's Black Sea fleet in missile strikeCBS News VideosUkrainian special operation forces claimed Monday that a strike at the end of last week targeting the headquarters of Russia's Black Sea fleet in the occupied Crimean Peninsula had killed the fleet's commander. CBS News' Ramy Inocencio reports.5 days ago
- 01:32Russian Black Sea Fleet commander killed: UkraineReuters VideosSTORY: Ukraine's special forces claimed on Monday, they had killed the commander of Russia's Black Sea Fleet, during an attack last week on the fleet’s headquarters in the Crimean port of Sevastopol. The Russian Defence Ministry did not immediately confirm or deny to Reuters, whether Admiral Viktor Sokolov had been killed in the attack. A video obtained by Reuters shows Friday's attack. The Ukrainian military said it was targeting a meeting of the Russian Navy's leadership in Crimea, which Russia seized and annexed in 2014. On the Telegram messaging app, Ukraine’s special forces said: "After the strike on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, 34 officers died, including the commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. Another 105 occupiers were wounded. The headquarters building cannot be restored.” Satellite images from Friday showed smoke billowing from the building in Sevastopol's city centre. It was not immediately clear how Ukraine’s forces counted the dead and wounded in the attack. Both sides have at times inflated claims of enemy losses since Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in early 2022. Russian-installed Crimean officials confirmed the Ukrainian attack on Friday, saying at least one missile struck the fleet headquarters. Kyiv has stepped up attacks in the Black Sea and Crimea, as Ukrainian forces press on with a nearly four-month-old counteroffensive to take back Russian-occupied territory.5 days ago
- 00:59Aerial footage shows destruction in Ukraine villageAssociated Press VideosDrone footage showed the extent of destruction in the village of Klishchiivka in eastern Ukraine after months of fierce fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces. (Sept. 24)5 days ago
- 01:46Ukraine army drone units key to offensiveAssociated Press VideosUkrainian authorities say they are planning a major expansion of drone warfare in the coming months, following the successful use of small, headset-piloted models in attacks used to disrupt Russian military supply lines. (Sept. 17)6 days ago
- 01:03Ukraine launches new missile attacksABC News VideosUkrainian forces are making small but strategic gains on the battlefield, and launched a major missile attack on a Russian base in Crimea.7 days ago
- 00:38Ukraine says artillery inflcts toll on Russian linesReuters VideosSTORY: Buoyed after the capture last week of the key village of Klishchiivka, Ukrainian troops have lauded the 155 millimetre howitzers as key equipment being provided by the United States and its NATO allies. Oleksandr, 30, described Klishchiivka - a village on the heights south of the devastated town of Bakhmut - as "one of the places they (the Russians) were clinging to." Ukrainian commanders have described the capture of Klischiivka and nearby Andriivka as stepping stones to taking back Bakhmut, which fell to the Russians after months of some of the war's heaviest fighting. The gains have been among the most significant in Ukraine's counteroffensive, which began in June and has struggled to break through entrenched Russian lines.1 week ago
- 00:46Canada's Trudeau declares more military aid to UkraineReuters VideosSTORY: Ottawa would also send trainers to help Ukrainian pilots on western F-16 fighter jets, he said. Since the beginning of 2022, Canada has committed over $5.9 billion in aid to Ukraine, including over $1.3 billion in military assistance. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy flew in from Washington where he appealed to U.S. lawmakers for continued support amid doubts by some Republicans over whether Congress should approve more aid. Although there are no such divisions in Canada, it does not have the deep pockets or military reserves of the United States, Germany and other major backers.1 week ago
- 04:34Zelenskyy's requests for U.S. funding come with Ukraine cracking down on corruptionCBS News VideosOn assignment for this week's "60 Minutes," CBS News senior foreign correspondent Holly Williams went to Ukraine to see how American tax dollars are being spent -- and to find out if the weapons and money already provided have gone where they were supposed to go. Previewing her story, she talked about the corruption crackdown that's happened over the past year in Ukraine.1 week ago
- 04:04"60 Minutes" visits Ukraine to track weapons and financial aid the U.S. providedCBS News VideosIn a "60 Minutes" preview, Holly Williams visits Ukraine to track the weapons and financial aid the U.S. has provided the country.1 week ago
- 00:48Bulgarian nationalists protest support for UkraineReuters VideosSTORY: Hundreds of protesters opposing the EU member's support for Ukraine in its war with Russia gathered in front of the parliament building, waving flags, blowing whistles and demanding early elections in the country, which has gone through five polls in the past two years. The protesters also called for the closure of NATO military bases. Demonstrators ended their walk in front of the grandiose monument to the Soviet army, that had been put under scaffolding for security reasons. Some of them clashed with police, who tried to stop them from getting close to the monument. The Bulgarian government had recently decided to remove the monument from its current location.1 week ago
- 02:26Biden vows to keep helping Ukraine in war with RussiaAssociated Press VideosPresident Joe Biden gave Volodymyr Zelenskyy a red-carpet arrival on the White House South lawn as the President of Ukraine continues to shore up support in Washington. The Biden administration announced $325 million in assistance while an additional $24 billion in aid is still hanging in the balance. (Sept 21)1 week ago
- 02:02Ukraine's Zelenskyy visits Washington for meetings with Biden, CongressCBS News VideosUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited Washington, D.C., on Thursday. He attempted to win support for more military aid in Ukraine's war against Russia. Ed O'Keefe has the details.1 week ago
- 01:33Biden announces $325 million aid package for UkraineReuters VideosSTORY: As Ukraine's military counteroffensive grinds on and Congress stages a bitter debate over spending ahead of a possible government shutdown, a growing chorus of Republicans have questioned the billions of dollars Washington has sent Kyiv for military, economic and humanitarian needs. The U.S. has sent some $113 billion in security and humanitarian aid to help Zelenskiy's government since Russia invaded in February 2022.1 week ago
- 01:53McCarthy still won't commit to new Ukraine aids after meeting with ZelenskyyAssociated Press VideosUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is delivering an upbeat message to U.S. lawmakers in a whirlwind visit to Washington. But Zelenskyy was facing Republicans who are now questioning the flow of American dollars that for 19 months has helped keep his troops in the fight against Russian forces.1 week ago
- 00:55Ukraine's Zelenskiy arrives at the White HouseReuters VideosSTORY: While Biden and most congressional leaders still support aid to Ukraine, and Biden's Democrats control the Senate, Zelenskiy faces a tougher crowd than when he visited Washington nine months ago.1 week ago
- 03:10Biden announces new Ukraine aid as Zelenskyy visits DCABC News VideosUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy also met with congressional leaders at the Capitol to lobby for more aid.1 week ago
- 04:09President Biden meets with Ukraine’s Zelenskyy at White HouseABC News VideosPresident Biden welcomed Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy to the White House after both leaders spoke earlier in the week at the U.N. General Assembly.1 week ago
- 00:28Ukraine's Zelenskiy arrives at US CapitolReuters VideosSTORY: Zelenskiy traveled to Washington after seeking to shore up international support at the United Nations, on a crosstown blitz that includes meetings with U.S. President Joe Biden and military leaders at the Pentagon and an address in the evening at the National Archives museum. Zelenskiy will meet with leaders of the Republican-led House of Representatives and House national security committees before a private session with the full U.S. Senate. While Biden and most congressional leaders still support aide to Ukraine, and Biden's Democrats control the Senate, Zelenskiy will face a tougher crowd than when he visited Washington nine months ago. As Ukraine's military counteroffensive grinds on and Congress stages a bitter debate over spending ahead of a possible government shutdown, a growing chorus of Republicans have questioned the billions of dollars Washington has sent Kyiv for military, economic and humanitarian needs.1 week ago
- 03:11Zelenskyy lobbies Congress for further aid to UkraineABC News VideosHouse Speaker Kevin McCarthy's speakership comes into question as Ukraine's president arrives to request more aid.1 week ago
- 02:22How a U.S. company is helping Ukraine fuel nuclear plantsCBS News VideosUkraine's second-largest nuclear power plant, in the city of Rivne, has switched from Russian-made fuel to fuel from Westinghouse, a company based in Pittsburgh. It is part of a wider strategy by Kyiv to sever any reliance on Russia, and comes amid warnings about Russia's threat to nuclear plants. Imtiaz Tyab reports from Rivne.1 week ago
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