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Russia blocks access to Facebook and Twitter as NATO rejects call for no-fly zone
Europe's largest nuclear power plant was shelled by Russian forces overnight, causing it to catch fire.
Zelenskyy has warned it will be the “end for Europe” if an explosion occurs due to Russian forces shelling the plant.
Russia media watchdog has said it is limiting access to some international news organisations.
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Ukraine and Russia are currently holding talks on the Belarusian border
United Nations Security Council and General Assembly to meet in New York to discuss the conflict.
UN human rights chief says at least 102 civilians, including seven children, have been killed so far.
New EU sanctions on Russia announced, as Putin puts nuclear 'deterrence' forces on alert
The EU confirmed it will send weapons to Ukraine, close its airspace to Russian planes and ban Russian state-owned media.
Ukraine has agreed to hold talks with Russia at the country's border with Belarus.
Putin has ordered his defence chiefs to put the country’s nuclear “deterrence forces” on high alert.
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Fighting in Kyiv continues as demonstrations take place across Europe
After street fighting in Kyiv overnight Ukraine's president has vowed 'we will not lay down our arms'
Nato leaders have agreed to bolster their eastern forces as the EU and US announce further sanctions
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Ukrainian and Russian forces clash near Kyiv as EU sanctions Putin, Lavrov
Residents flee Ukraine as DFA advises Irish citizens to leave country
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