Latest missile strikes caused shutdown of four atomic power plants and mass blackout
Ukraine has restored heat, light and water supplies to millions of people following the latest deadly Russian missile strikes and said such attacks made nuclear disaster a real danger after the count… [+3275 chars]
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has crystallised the need for clean, renewable energy in Germany.
The BBC's Paul Adams asks what is behind Russian claims Ukraine may use a so-called dirty bomb.
Military leaders are said to have talked about how and when they might use the weapons in Ukraine.
The visit comes after Russian accusations that Kyiv is planning to use so-called dirty bombs.
Parts of Kyiv fall dark, despite power and water being restored after Russian attacks on Monday.
Russian activist Vladimir Kara-Murza, charged with treason, writes to the BBC from his jail cell.
The Russian leader approves of civilians leaving "dangerous" areas of a key city in southern Ukraine.
The head of Russia's foreign intelligence service falsely accuses the West of nuclear war threats.
Pretoria says it sees no reason to seize the yacht owned by Russia's richest man, Alexei Mordashov.
Video has emerged that Russia says shows the killing of their surrendering troops in eastern Ukraine.