Live Updates
  • Today marks 11 months since Russia invaded Ukraine. Since then, over 18,400 civilian casualties have been recorded by the U.N., though officials continue to warn actual figures are “considerably higher.”
  • Ukraine has reclaimed control of about 54 percent of the territory temporarily occupied by Russian forces, according to the latest British intelligence.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has repeatedly called for more military support and more weapons from NATO countries. Germany is expected to debate sending Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine on Wednesday.
  • The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, which oversees the Doomsday Clock, announced today that the 2023 clock is moving forward to portray the closest the world has been to “global catastrophe.” The organization cited ongoing nuclear concerns linked to the war as part of its reason for moving the clock forward.

Follow Newsweek’s live blog for the latest updates.

Woman walks in Ukraine's eastern Lugansk region
A woman walks past a destroyed apartment block in the Russian-controlled town of Severodonetsk in the eastern Lugansk region on January 24, 2023. STRINGER/AFP via Getty Images