In this interview with AOAV’s executive director, Howard G. Buffett, with over two decades at the helm of his foundation, tells us how his focus is on conflict and post-conflict areas, with an emphasis on agriculture and food security.
On Thursday 5th October, a Russian Iskander missile struck a wake in Hroza village, Kharkiv, killing up to 52 people.
Iain Overton surveys the damage inflicted on Ukrainian history and culture and the fierce resistance shown by their curators
The world’s largest arms fair promises peace in the world
At least 15 civilians were killed and 22 injured in a missile strike on a market in Kostiantynivka, Donetsk.
On Monday 7 August, two Iskander missiles hit Pokrovsk city centre within approximately 40 minutes of each other.
Six people were killed and over 80 injured in a Russian missile strike on an apartment complex and a university building in the central Ukrainian town of Kryvyi Rih.
On Tuesday 27 June, 12 civilians were killed and 60 injured in a Russian missile strike on a restaurant in Kramatorsk, Donestk.
In the early hours of June 6, the dam which powers the Nova Kakhovka hydroelectric plant in Kherson Oblast collapsed, unleashing untold devastation.
UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell reports that one year after the escalation of the war in Ukraine, children have been significantly impacted, with violence, fear, loss, and tragedy disrupting every aspect of their lives.
The report by Human Rights Watch and SITU Research provides an in-depth investigation into the war crime committed by Russia’s cluster munition strike on the Kramatorsk train station in eastern Ukraine in April 2022, which killed dozens of civilians in violation of international laws of war.
AOAV has rounded up 12 Russian weapons – Russia’s ‘dirty dozen’ – that have been linked to deadly attacks against the civilian population of Ukraine.