Andrew Forrest said: “you are not worth talking to unless you have been sanctioned”, while the South Australian premier sent a direct message to Vladimir Putin.
- by Rob Harris
As one of several Australian journalists sanctioned by Russia, The Age and The Herald’s Tony Wright laments the end of his conspiracy to bring down the regime.
- by Tony Wright
The Ukrainian president is triumphant: ‘Today is a truly historic day - Ukraine has felt the support of four powerful European states at once.’
- by John Leicester and Sylvie
Russia’s Foreign Ministry has announced it is sanctioning an additional 121 Australian citizens, including our editors, journalists and Defence officials.
French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Italian Premier Mario Draghi arrived in Kyiv in “a message of European unity”.
- by David Keyton and Benoit Van Overstraeten
Volodymyr Zelensky has invited the Australian PM to visit Kyiv, an invitation he could take up after he joins world leaders at a NATO summit in Europe later this month.
- by David Crowe
New Zealand is the second most peaceful country in the world according to the index. Ukraine slid 17 spots to 153.
- by Latika Bourke
At some point, Russia’s size, brutality and relative wealth will begin to crush the Ukrainians without ongoing Western assistance.
- by Mick Ryan
Francis said that several months before the invasion, he met with a head of state who expressed concern that NATO’s moves towards Russia could lead to war.
- by Philip Pullella
From clandestine mid-voyage transfers to turning off tanker tracking, Moscow has found ways to keep its fuel moving.
- by Louis Ashworth
Anthony Albanese is considering whether to attend a NATO summit as part of a show of support from Asia Pacific partners for the response to Russia and China.
- by David Crowe