Wolfgang Petersen, Director of ‘Das Boot,’ Is Dead at 81
Wolfgang Petersen, one of a handful of foreign directors to make it big in Hollywood, whose harrowing 1981 war film,…Read More »
The U.N. chief discusses nuclear safety concerns at Zaporizhzhia with Russia’s defense minister.
The United Nations’ secretary general has spoken with Russia’s defense minister about the threat of a meltdown after days of…Read More »
Images of damage have been posted on a social media channel linked to the shadowy Wagner Group.
A Ukrainian strike hit a Russian base in eastern Ukraine that housed mercenaries from a private military group with close…Read More »
Ukraine makes gains in Kherson, but Russia’s advantage holds.
MYKOLAIV REGION, Ukraine — In their summer campaign to drive Russian troops from the southern region of Kherson, Ukraine’s forces…Read More »
Ukrainian Soldiers Train for the Frontlines on British Soil
KENT, England — A commander barked orders to Ukrainian recruits. A group of new soldiers wearing fatigues traversed a street…Read More »
After 16 Months, Some Glimmers of Optimism About Iran Nuclear Deal
BRUSSELS — For the first time in many months, European officials expressed increasing optimism on Tuesday that a revival of…Read More »
More than a sun-splashed resort, Crimea holds a key place in Russia’s war effort.
KYIV, Ukraine — The Crimean Peninsula dangles off Ukraine’s southern coast like a diamond, blessed with a temperate climate, sandy…Read More »
Experts and Activists Denounce the Killing of Freya the Walrus
Last week, as the Oslo Fjord was basking in the sunshine and full of swimmers, boaters and children enjoying their…Read More »
Leadership Vacuum Heightens Worries as Crises Loom in U.K.
LONDON — With energy costs surging, a recession looming, more rail strikes down the tracks and the prospect of a…Read More »
Ready to Party. But First Comes the Cleanup.
YAHIDNE, Ukraine — They put on their pink, orange and green sunglasses again. Out of the closets came high platform…Read More »