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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Ukraine Crisis, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 4,397 stories have been published about Ukraine Crisis which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

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How is the media covering Ukraine Crisis?

Ukraine Crisis often has a balanced coverage.
Left31%
Center40%
Right30%

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Europe · Washington

George W. Bush compares Zelenskyy to Churchill, calls Iraq invasion unjustified in gaffe

48% Left coverage: 61 sources
Former US President George W Bush has mistakenly condemned the "wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq." Bush quickly corrected himself, saying "I mean - of Ukraine", but then murmured, "well, Iraq too." The former president argued it was a lack of democratic checks and balances that allowed Russian President Vladimir Putin to launch an unprovoked attack.See the Story
Europe · Mariupol'

Red Cross registers hundreds of Ukrainian POWs from Mariupol

59% Center coverage: 56 sources
The International Committee of the Red Cross says it has registered hundreds of prisoners of war. The Red Cross has not said whether it has visited the prisoners. The Russian military says 1,730 Ukrainian troops have surrendered since Monday. A Russian soldier testifies that he shot an unarmed Ukrainian civilian in the head.See the Story
Europe · Washington

US Intel Shows Russians Fear Mariupol Abuse Will Backfire

52% Center coverage: 21 sources
U.S. official: Russian officials concerned that abuses will backfire and inspire Mariupol residents to resist the Russian occupation. Russians also fear that the abuses will undercut Russia's claim that they've liberated the Russian-speaking city. The abuses include beating and electrocuting city officials and robbing homes, the official says.See the Story
Europe · Mariupol'

Captive medic’s bodycam shows firsthand horror of Mariupol

45% Center coverage: 20 sources
Yuliia Paievska is known in Ukraine as Taira, a moniker from the nickname she chose in the World of Warcraft video game. She recorded 256 gigabytes of her team's frantic efforts over two weeks to bring people back from the brink of death. She got the harrowing clips to an Associated Press team, the last international journalists in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Russian soldier on trial asks victim’s widow to forgive him

43% Right coverage: 14 sources
Sgt. Vadim Shishimarin is facing the first war crimes trial since the start of the war in Ukraine. He could get life in prison if convicted of shooting the Ukrainian man in the head through an open car window. The 21-year-old sergeant pleaded guilty to the charges during Wednesday's hearing. He asked the victim's widow, who also appeared in the trial, to forgive him.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

World hunger levels 'at a new high', UN chief says, as 22 million tonnes of grain are stuck in Ukraine

43% Right coverage: 14 sources
UN chief Antonio Guterres warns of years of mass hunger and famine if a growing global food crisis goes unchecked. He urged Russia to release Ukrainian grain. War in Ukraine was compounding global food insecurity already worsened by warming temperatures and the coronavirus pandemic, he said. In just two years, the number of severely food insecure people has doubled, he added.See the Story
Europe · London

Russia firing senior commanders over poor performance in Ukraine: UK intelligence

38% Right coverage: 8 sources
MoD said a culture of cover-ups and scape-goating is prevalent. Many within the Russian military will want to avoid personal culpability. Mr Putin launched the invasion on February 24 in what he said was an effort to check Nato's expansion. But that strategy backfire, with troops grinding to a halt amid heavy resistance.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Russian official caught trying to cross U.S.-Mexico border

75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Viktor Kamenshchikov was detained at the Southern Border, RIA Novosti reported.See the Story
Europe · Washington

U.S. Wants to Cripple Russia’s Oil Industry

Coverage: 2 sources
Proposed measures include imposing a price cap on Russian oil. Secondary sanctions would punish foreign buyers that do not comply with U.S. restrictions by blocking them from doing business with American companies and those of partner nations. The United States and its allies have imposed a range of sanctions that have battered the Russian economy.See the Story

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