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Tuesday 30 May 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# russian invasion

Last year
# Out
Protesters demand expulsion of Russian ambassador in third day of demonstrations
Carrying placards, protesters joined in chants of “Ambassador Filatov, out, out, out”.
# Kyiv
‘People are trying to escape in all directions’: Kyivans on life in Ukraine's capital
Ukraine’s capital city is heading into its second night of fear and uncertainty.
Ukrainian and Russian forces clash near Kyiv as EU sanctions Putin, Lavrov
The Ukrainian defence ministry has told citizens to resist the invasion.
Ukraine military vehicles have entered Kyiv to defend the city.
The country's government says it has handed out 18,000 assault rifles to volunteers.
# Ukraine
'We dance for peace', says Royal Moscow Ballet after Dublin's Helix theatre cancels performance
The theatre, which is owned by DCU, said it was cancelling the show “in solidarity” with Ukraine.
Further sanctions from EU as Russian troops advance on Kyiv
Explosions sounded before dawn in Kyiv as Western leaders scheduled an emergency meeting.
Explosions in Kyiv before dawn as Western leaders scheduled emergency meeting.
At least 137 Ukrainians killed during first 24 hours of Russian attack.
A spokesperson for Putin has said the Krelim is ready to send a delegation for talks with Ukraine.
# russian invasion
'Higher than usual' radiation levels reported at Chernobyl after Russians seize nuclear plant
Ukrainian authorities said that Russia took the plant and its surrounding exclusion zone after a fierce battle.
# Ukraine
Brace for more supply chain disruption and higher prices following Russian attacks, experts say
The global supply chain had yet to fully recover from the pandemic shock before the invasion began last night.
# Opinion
Tom Clonan: This war will test European values in a manner not seen since the 1940s
The choreography for Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has been protracted and overt, Tom Clonan writes.
All time
# Name Game
Who is to blame for the 'Beast from the East'?
The extreme weather is coming, but what of its scary name?