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US, UK & Europe have sent Ukraine weapons worth billions. Their post-war fate is stoking worry

At the end of May, US announced military assistance worth $4.6 billion for Ukraine, UK has announced military aid worth £1.3 billion, while EU has declared €2 billion in military support.

Here’s how Russian invasion has impacted Ukraine’s economy

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict enters its fourth month, with no clear conclusion in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

In major defeat, Ukraine loses key railway hub to Russia but counterattacks in Kherson

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict enters its fourth month, with no clear conclusion in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

They want to ‘burn’ Donbas — Zelenskyy calls for more arms as Russian forces pound East Ukraine

As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its fourth month, with no clear conclusion in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

14 million Ukrainians forced from their homes, Russia sees ‘brain drain’ as war continues

Armenia, Georgia, and Turkey are some nations that have given refuge to those fleeing Russia. According to reports, Georgia alone has welcomed 25,000 Russians since February.

How Russia’s blockade of Ukraine’s ports has rattled global supply chains

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict entered its fourth month, with no clear conclusion in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

Ten days after they beat a hasty retreat, Russian troops are back in Kharkiv

As the Russia-Ukraine war completes three months, with no clear conclusion in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

Here’s how Russia is zeroing in on key Ukrainian stronghold Severodonetsk

As the Russia-Ukraine war continues for nearly three months with no clear end in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

What next for Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol, now in Russia’s hands

As the Russia-Ukraine war continues for nearly three months with no clear end in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

How Russia couldn’t ‘gauge Ukrainian artillery’ & ‘lost 485 soldiers’ in failed river crossing

As the Russia-Ukraine war continues for nearly three months with no clear end in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

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