War in Ukraine: What you need to know
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said food and medical supplies for the besieged southern port city of Mariupol, where hundreds of thousands of civilians are trapped behind Russian lines, would arrive on Sunday afternoon. Russian forces continued to bomb Ukrainian cities and made “limited but notable” gains in a protracted campaign to capture the capital Kyiv, a senior NATO official said.
Oil prices: Sanctions against Russia are also helping gas prices hit new highs. Here’s why — and how long the surge could last.
The fight: Casualties are mounting in Ukraine – including civilians – while Moscow faces allegations of using cluster and vacuum weapons. According to a US general, up to 4,000 Russian soldiers may have died.
Map: Russia’s attack on Ukraine was extensive, with strikes and attacks across the country.
The answer: Russia’s war could be a global economic game changer, as rising gas prices and shifting trade decisions point to changes that will be felt for years to come. Meanwhile, online access in Russia has been significantly restricted by censorship at home and companies abroad.
How can you help: Here are ways people in the US can help support the people of Ukraine, as well as what people around the world have donated.
Read our full coverage of the Russia-Ukraine Crisis.