Will Ukraine attack Russian Cities? Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said 137 people have been killed Ukraine will target Russians on the ground and also in Russia - including the self-claimed republics. https://twitter.com/wtxnewsusa/status/1497031187608793089 Russia has eliminated Ukraine's air defences and now controls the skies Russia has eliminated Ukraine's air defences and...
The US will not go to war with Russia The United States will defend NATO territories but will not engage with Russia in Ukraine. Thousands of US ground and other forces have been deployed to Nato countries in eastern Europe that feel threatened by Russia The US will defend 'every...
US President Joe Biden gives his statement on Ukraine We are turning to the White House now as US President Joe Biden gives a statement on the Ukraine crisis and America's response. Russia has launched a premeditated attack Joe Biden begins by saying the Russian military has began a brutal...
Ukraine in full-scale attack Ukraine in full-scale attack, Russian forces launch a full-scale assault on the whole of Ukraine with its military attacking the country from the north, east and south Thousands of people have been trying to flee and seek safety in neighbouring countries Ukraine vows to fight back...
The Trojan Horse Affair: The anger-inducing scandal the British media prefers to ignore and of the few articles out there - they all seem to agree, NTY got it wrong.
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Uefa will take the 2022 Champions League final away from St Petersburg following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. It is understood by a leaked conversation that Wembley could be the host to the final. The decision will be ratified at Friday's emergency meeting of European football's governing body. Follow the latest...
In Pictures: Russia invades Ukraine - forces launching a major military assault on the country from the north, south and east.
State of emergency in Ukraine as US warns Putin ready is the headline on the front page of the Guardian.
Putin’s gone full Tonto says the front page of the Metro - the paper leads with Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
World faces ‘moment of peril’ says UN is the headline for The Independent - the paper features an image of Putin.
Warning from Ukraine: Welcome to hell says the front page of the Daily Mirror - the paper leads with Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Crown jewels stolen says the Sun as it reports on the theft of props from the popular TV show The Crown,
Daily Express - Hell bend - No stopping Putin
The Independent says Workers have started dismantling the Marble Arch mound after the tourist attraction was widely deemed an outrageous waste of money.
The Independent says Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions and schools are shut in some areas as snow falls in many parts of the country, amid warnings of lightning strikes.
The Independent says Ireland has promised “very direct and very hard-hitting” sanctions against Russia, after the latest attack on Ukraine.
The Independent says Strikes by London Underground (LU) workers are to go ahead next week after talks failed to resolve a dispute over jobs, pensions and conditions.
The Independent says Netflix has confirmed that expensive props used in its extravagant and award-winning series The Crown have been stolen.
The Metro says Ukraine is under heavy attack by Russian forces after Vladimir Putin finally gave the order for his invasion to begin.
The Metro says Ukrainian authorities have confirmed Russian boots are on the ground inside the country.
The Metro says The roads out of Kyiv have filled with cars as families attempt to get to safer territory following the start of the Russian invasion.
The Metro says The two prosecutors leading the Manhattan district attorney’s investigation into former president Donald Trump’s business practices abruptly resigned on Wednesday.
The Metro says Ed Sheeran has paid tribute to Jamal Edwards, describing the late SBTV founder as a ‘brother’ and saying he would ‘not be here without him’.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has pledged that the UK and its allies will respond “decisively” to Russia’s attack on Ukraine - as he prepares a COBRA meeting.
The Guardian says A 7-square-metre microflat, cramming in a bed, toilet, shower, sink and a microwave tucked under the pillow, has sold for 80% above its minimum listing price at £90,000.
The Guardian says France has extended its time limit for abortion after an epic battle in parliament, amid anger that thousands of women had to travel abroad each year to terminate pregnancies.
The Guardian says Hong Kong’s government has invoked emergency powers to allow doctors and nurses from the Chinese mainland as Covid overwhelms hospitals.
The Guardian says Further details of the animosity between Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy have been detailed in a new book about the making of Mad Max: Fury Road.
Thursday's front pages.
In a television address, the Russian President called the West an “empire of lies” and called for the “demilitarisation and de-nazification” of Ukraine while stating that “we do not intend to occupy Ukraine.”
Euronews says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Thursday morning declared martial law and says Russia has launched strikes against border and military infrastructure.
The Russian President has reportedly begun his attack on Ukraine as worrying reports claim landing operations of the Black Sea Fleet have kicked off in the Sea of Azov.
Euronews says Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has announced that the country will lift its COVID-19 state of emergency on 31 March.
France24 says Manchester United were spared a damaging and deserved defeat by Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.