In the war for control of information, the Kremlin is mixing the most despicable medieval techniques with modern pro-Russian bots that flood social networks with fake news about the invasion of Ukraine
After an attack on the Russian navy stationed in Sevastopol, and awaiting possible retaliation from the Kremlin, Zelensky's government assures that "Ukraine has alternative logistical routes to continue exporting agricultural products"
The Kremlin wants to compensate for battlefield losses by punishing cities. It has demonstrated this with the multi-pronged attack on the electricity infrastructure of more than 20 Ukrainian cities, following the explosion of the Kerch bridge
Atalayar interviews Lieutenant Colonel Aranda, in command of the Spanish contingent in NATO's Enhanced Forward Presence mission in Latvia, which has become the hottest border on the planet since Russia invaded Ukraine
After the failed attempt to take over the whole of Ukraine in a blitzkrieg operation, the Kremlin has reorganised and is implementing a new, more effective strategy to take over the east and south of the country
More than 400,000 people sleep underground every night in Ukraine's second largest city since the war began, and some 5,000 live permanently in underground stations because their homes have been destroyed during the shelling