There are signs Russia is preparing a new offensive – James Waterhouse in Kyiv looks at the targets.
Ukraine’s defence minister says Russia has amassed some 500,000 men for an attack in the coming weeks.
The man behind a new pro-Kremlin social media network tells the BBC he wants Africa to embrace Russia.
Moscow is accused of giving refugees Russian passports and allowing them to be adopted.
Moscow accuses Poland of attempting to “rewrite history” after it is not invited to the event.
The suspect is believed to have been involved in a scheme to pass German intelligence to Russia.
Moscow accuses Estonia of “total Russophobia” after Tallinn reduced its diplomat numbers.
A Russian news video showing Serbians being trained to fight in Ukraine prompts fury in Belgrade.
Several cities were attacked including Dnipro where an apartment block was hit, killing at least five people.
The fall of the small town of Soledar would allow Russian troops to encircle the city of Bakhmut.
Ukraine’s billionaire oligarchs have lost money and influence because of the war.
The United Ukrainian Ballet represent the country’s cultural frontline against the Russian invasion.
The BBC’s Steve Rosenberg takes to Moscow’s streets to see how the Ukraine war has changed Russia.
Ukrainian officials say cities across the country are targeted in several waves of strikes.
The oil price cap, agreed by Western countries, aims to reduce Russian revenue for its war in Ukraine.
The crew members may have to return to Earth early after their capsule started leaking.
Moscow accuses the US of fighting an indirect war with Russia as Ukraine’s leader visits Washington.
President Vladimir Putin claims he still continues to see Ukraine as a brotherly nation.
A Siberian city is marking Christmas with ice statues of soldiers. But not all locals back the war.
Russia’s war in Ukraine is making a new power station – the biggest single investment in Hungarian history – less likely by the day.
Lemekhani Nyirenda was serving a nine-year prison sentence when he went off to fight for Russia.
Washington says it has seen reports that the countries are considering jointly producing drones.
President Joe Biden’s administration tells Paul Whelan, convicted of espionage, to “keep the faith”.
The basketball star returns home 10 months after she left the US to play the game in Russia.
Prominent opposition figure Ilya Yashin gets more than eight years for discussing alleged war crimes.
The US and Russia were willing to talk despite worsening relations – but there were limits to the deal.
The Kremlin says the West’s refusal to recognise its seizure of Ukrainian land makes talks harder.
Kyiv says the missiles were fired with non-explosive warheads to deplete Ukrainian air defences.
Russian air strikes have hit power supplies and health services, putting millions of lives at risk.
Two brothers are accused of selling state secrets to Moscow in a case “unlike any other in 20 years”.