In eastern Ukraine, Zelensky calls for long-range weapons to contain the Russian advantage in artillery and airpower.
Families left homeless by the 1988 earthquake are still living in tiny, makeshift shelters.
Hundreds of thousands arrive every day as they flee Russia’s invasion.
The death of an IDP has reopened the debate on the dire conditions people originally from Abkhazia have been enduring for decades.
With ties to both Russia and Ukraine, Tiraspol commits to support those fleeing conflict while neither endorsing nor condemning the war.
Thousands have fled, while those who remain scramble to stock up on essential supplies.
About 900,000 pensioners in need of aid and protection are among those bearing the brunt of the conflict in the country’s east.
As diplomacy scrambles to avert the threat of a Russian invasion, Ukraine is locked into a consuming, nerve-wrecking conflict against Moscow-backed militias.
In Nur-Sultan, glitzy shopping malls and swanky hotels mirror Kazakstan's vast natural resources. In the outskirts, villages with no running water and basic services tell a different story of poverty and inequality.
It’s hard to protect yourself from the virus without proper facilities.