Spanish chef prepares beachside paella for Ukrainian refugees
The restaurant has become a meeting place for Ukrainians to trade stories and seek help with paperwork.
Comment: Changing warfare
“The days of heavy tanks and armoured vehicles appear to be numbered...”
Comment: Get ahead of Putin
NATO is facing its biggest test yet and it needs to be one step ahead of Russia.
Biden to seal LNG deal as EU grapples with energy crunch
EU leaders will discuss on Friday what more they can to do rein in high energy bills.
EU's Borrell says Russia has no interest in negotiating ceasefire in Ukraine for now
The European Union and its allies will keep on delivering military aid to the Ukrainian army, Borrell said.
Comment: No more Russian salad
Russian salad or ensaladilla rusa is one of Spain’s most favourite dishes or was.
Unyielding Home Office can’t soften its stance
Donald Trelford's view on the Home Office's attitude to Ukrainian refugees.
Will there be a Ukraine peace deal? Kremlin says not giving predictions
The Kremlin said on Tuesday that it was too early to make predictions about the possible results of talks between Russia and Ukraine.
Spain seizes Russian oligarch's yacht in Barcelona
The 85-meter (279-foot) superyacht Valerie belongs to Sergei Chemezov, a former KGB officer.
Spain may extend energy price curbs until December, Expansion says
Prices have hit record highs since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Italy seizes Russian oligarch Melnichenko's Sailing Yacht A
The vessel is the world's biggest sailing yacht, the government said.
Comment: Is NATO partly to blame?
Did Britain’s sabre rattling cause Russia to take action...?
Yacht linked to Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich leaves Barcelona
There are currently three other yachts reportedly tied to Russian oligarchs at the Barcelona shipyard.
Ukraine makes new attempt to get civilians out of Mariupol, other cities
Ukrainian armed forces had agreed to stop firing in those areas from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m.
Comment: Foreign fighters
“The last thing that Ukraine needs at the moment is untrained foreign fighters...”
UK's Wallace says Putin is a spent force in the world
Wallace said the invasion was not going to plan for Russia.
1.2 million Ukrainians fled to Poland since invasion by Russia - Border Guard
A total of 141,500 people crossed from Ukraine into Poland on Monday, fewer than on Sunday.
Comment: The Clinton/Yeltsin bomb
Presidents Bill Clinton and the late Boris Yeltsin may have a lot to answer for one day.
Candles, flags and light shows for Ukraine
Anna Nicholas’s views on some of the stories of the week.
Ukraine must decide on spoils of war
Donald Trelford's views on some of the stories of the week.
Donald Trelford03/04/2022 12:31