Japan News

Would you like to access news/blog content published by sources located in Japan?

Code example

# If you'd like to do a POST request then call endpoint:
http://localhost:8090/api/v1/article/getArticles
Body:
            
            {
    "sourceLocationUri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan",
    "resultType": "articles",
    "apiKey": "API_KEY"
}
        
# If you'd like instead to do a GET request then call:
http://localhost:8090/api/v1/article/getArticles?sourceLocationUri=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FJapan&resultType=articles&apiKey=API_KEY

Example of JSON response

Below is an example JSON object that you would receive as the result of the request. You can retrieve also additional properties such as concepts, categories, source details, etc. by specifying additional parameters in the request as described on the documentation page.

            
            {
  "articles": {
    "results": [
      {
        "uri": "7279532233",
        "lang": "jpn",
        "isDuplicate": false,
        "date": "2022-11-28",
        "time": "01:45:00",
        "dateTime": "2022-11-28T01:45:00Z",
        "dateTimePub": "2022-11-28T01:20:00Z",
        "dataType": "news",
        "sim": 0,
        "url": "https://www.fnn.jp/articles/-/450863",
        "title": "「すごい勢いで炎が...」新見市で住宅1棟を全焼 焼け跡から1人の遺体 住人の69歳男性か【岡山】|FNNプライムオンライン",
        "body": "11月28日未明、新見市で住宅1棟を全焼する火事があり、焼け跡から1人の遺体が見つかりました。\n\n(近所の人は...)\n\n「2階の窓の辺からすごい勢いで炎が上がっていた。ガラスが割れる音や瓦が落ちる音が本当にすごかった」\n\n28日午前1時20分頃、新見市金谷の自営業、小林政良さん(69)の住宅から火が出ているのを近所の人が見つけ110番通報しました。火は、約1時間10分後に消し止められましたが、木造瓦葺き2階建ての住宅1棟、約70平方メートルを全焼し、焼け跡から1人の遺体が見つかりました。\n\nこの住宅には、小林さんが1人で暮らしていますが、火事のあと連絡が取れないことから警察は、亡くなったのは小林さんとみて、身元の確認を進めるとともに火事の原因について調べています。",
        "source": {
          "uri": "fnn.jp",
          "dataType": "news",
          "title": "FNNプライムオンライン"
        },
        "authors": [],
        "concepts": [
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "House"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conflagration",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Conflagration"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/瓦葺き",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "瓦葺き"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/木構造_(建築)",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "木構造 (建築)"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roof_tiles",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Roof tiles"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Glass"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 2,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Police"
            }
          }
        ],
        "categories": [],
        "image": "https://fnn.ismcdn.jp/mwimgs/9/1/600/img_9178e0f6ff63cea94953eedd34d87b0271886.jpg",
        "eventUri": null,
        "sentiment": null,
        "wgt": 407295900,
        "relevance": 1
      },
      {
        "uri": "7279532206",
        "lang": "jpn",
        "isDuplicate": false,
        "date": "2022-11-28",
        "time": "01:45:00",
        "dateTime": "2022-11-28T01:45:00Z",
        "dateTimePub": "2022-11-28T01:08:00Z",
        "dataType": "news",
        "sim": 0.772549033164978,
        "url": "http://www.shikoku-np.co.jp/national/international/20221128000143",
        "title": "ロシアの攻撃、引き続き警戒/南部原発「退去の兆候」 | 四国新聞社",
        "body": "【キーウ共同】ウクライナのゼレンスキー大統領は27日のビデオ声明で、同国各地のインフラを攻撃するロシアについて「テロリストは新たな攻撃を準備している」と述べ、今後も警戒が必要だとの認識を示した。一方、原子力企業エネルゴアトムのコティン総裁は同日、ロシアが占拠しているウクライナ南部ザポロジエ原発から退去する可能性を示す兆候が出始めているとの見解を述べた。\n\n各地ではロシア軍のミサイル攻撃により、断続的な停電や断水を余儀なくされているが、ゼレンスキー氏は「現在、ほとんどの地域で安定した電力供給ができている」とし、復旧に従事した関係者に謝意を表明した。",
        "source": {
          "uri": "shikoku-np.co.jp",
          "dataType": "news",
          "title": "四国新聞社"
        },
        "authors": [],
        "concepts": [
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukraine",
            "type": "loc",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Ukraine"
            },
            "location": {
              "type": "country",
              "label": {
                "eng": "Ukraine"
              }
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russia",
            "type": "loc",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Russia"
            },
            "location": {
              "type": "country",
              "label": {
                "eng": "Russia"
              }
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volodymyr_Zelensky",
            "type": "person",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Volodymyr Zelensky"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_(government_title)",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "President (government title)"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/断水",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "断水"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_outage",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Power outage"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_Armed_Forces",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Russian Armed Forces"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_power",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Nuclear power"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missile",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Missile"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infrastructure",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Infrastructure"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrorism",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Terrorism"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiev",
            "type": "loc",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Kiev"
            },
            "location": {
              "type": "place",
              "label": {
                "eng": "Kiev"
              },
              "country": {
                "type": "country",
                "label": {
                  "eng": "Ukraine"
                }
              }
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_power",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 2,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Electric power"
            }
          }
        ],
        "categories": [
          {
            "uri": "news/Politics",
            "label": "news/Politics",
            "wgt": 56
          }
        ],
        "image": "http://www.shikoku-np.co.jp/img_news.aspx?id=20221128000143&no=1",
        "eventUri": "jpn-365577",
        "sentiment": null,
        "wgt": 407295900,
        "relevance": 1
      },
      {
        "uri": "7279530625",
        "lang": "jpn",
        "isDuplicate": false,
        "date": "2022-11-28",
        "time": "01:42:00",
        "dateTime": "2022-11-28T01:42:00Z",
        "dateTimePub": "2022-11-28T01:41:00Z",
        "dataType": "news",
        "sim": 0,
        "url": "https://www.sankei.com/article/20221128-YO7SYOQFLJKYDBCMWGMMBV3WAQ/",
        "title": "線路から発煙、環状線など一時運転見合わせ JR西九条駅",
        "body": "28日午前8時40分ごろ、大阪市此花区西九条のJR大阪環状線西九条駅で、駅に到着した外回り普通電車の運転士が「線路内で煙が出ている」と大阪指令所に連絡した。\n\nJR西日本によると、外回り線路の枕木から煙が出たが、約20分後に消し止められた。電車が通過した際に生じた火花が枕木に引火したとみられる。\n\nこのトラブルで大阪環状線の全線と、JR桜島線の西九条-桜島間で一時運転を見合わせ、約40分後に運転を再開した。計16本が運休したほか、20本が最大41分遅れ、約1万6700人に影響した。",
        "source": {
          "uri": "sankei.com",
          "dataType": "news",
          "title": "産経ニュース"
        },
        "authors": [],
        "concepts": [
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Track_(rail_transport)",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Track (rail transport)"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osaka",
            "type": "loc",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Osaka"
            },
            "location": {
              "type": "place",
              "label": {
                "eng": "Osaka"
              },
              "country": {
                "type": "country",
                "label": {
                  "eng": "Japan"
                }
              }
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osaka_Loop_Line",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Osaka Loop Line"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Railroad_tie",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Railroad tie"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakurajima_Line",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Sakurajima Line"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/普通列車",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "普通列車"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakurajima",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Sakurajima"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_multiple_unit",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Electric multiple unit"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bus_driver",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Bus driver"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konohana-ku,_Osaka",
            "type": "loc",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Konohana-ku, Osaka"
            },
            "location": {
              "type": "place",
              "label": {
                "eng": "Konohana-ku, Osaka"
              },
              "country": {
                "type": "country",
                "label": {
                  "eng": "Japan"
                }
              }
            }
          }
        ],
        "categories": [],
        "image": "https://www.sankei.com/resizer/O5ZnmqXjF7wEPAnWqKsZU50ZoCQ=/1200x630/filters:focal(659x256:669x266):quality(50)/cloudfront-ap-northeast-1.images.arcpublishing.com/sankei/KRIY4HUTY5AL5DO5DFKGCMJOJQ.jpg",
        "eventUri": null,
        "sentiment": null,
        "wgt": 407295720,
        "relevance": 1
      },
      {
        "uri": "7279530624",
        "lang": "jpn",
        "isDuplicate": false,
        "date": "2022-11-28",
        "time": "01:42:00",
        "dateTime": "2022-11-28T01:42:00Z",
        "dateTimePub": "2022-11-28T01:41:00Z",
        "dataType": "news",
        "sim": 0.5333333611488342,
        "url": "https://www.sankei.com/article/20221128-Q5P34KUOKVJ3XG6KRNF5FOUKQU/",
        "title": "【世界の論点】米中首脳会談",
        "body": "インドネシアで14日に行われた米中首脳会談では、両首脳が「率直」な意見交換をし「緊張を緩和」させたと米中双方が評価した。ただ、両首脳が「ウィンウィン(相互利益)な対話」に意欲を示したと、中国側が前向きにとらえる一方、米国では台湾問題を念頭に、中国が求めるシナリオの非現実性を牽制(けんせい)する指摘もある。中国側は自らの外交を自賛しつつも、台湾をめぐる言行一致を米国に求め対中包囲網を警戒し続けている。\n\n≪ポイント≫\n\n・米国「安全策の構築目指し、会談は生産的」",
        "source": {
          "uri": "sankei.com",
          "dataType": "news",
          "title": "産経ニュース"
        },
        "authors": [],
        "concepts": [
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States",
            "type": "loc",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "United States"
            },
            "location": {
              "type": "country",
              "label": {
                "eng": "United States"
              }
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiwan_(island)",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Taiwan (island)"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_status_of_Taiwan",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Political status of Taiwan"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diplomacy",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Diplomacy"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indonesia",
            "type": "loc",
            "score": 3,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Indonesia"
            },
            "location": {
              "type": "country",
              "label": {
                "eng": "Indonesia"
              }
            }
          }
        ],
        "categories": [],
        "image": "https://www.sankei.com/resizer/IFA82afOj6YjrcuU2F7PNvSVIf8=/1200x630/smart/filters:quality(50)/cloudfront-ap-northeast-1.images.arcpublishing.com/sankei/6EXLTS7R7ZJMVJO3D6GPWT5LQU.jpg",
        "eventUri": "jpn-365173",
        "sentiment": null,
        "wgt": 407295720,
        "relevance": 1
      },
      {
        "uri": "7279530629",
        "lang": "jpn",
        "isDuplicate": false,
        "date": "2022-11-28",
        "time": "01:42:00",
        "dateTime": "2022-11-28T01:42:00Z",
        "dateTimePub": "2022-11-28T01:41:00Z",
        "dataType": "news",
        "sim": 0,
        "url": "https://www.sankei.com/article/20221128-JEERCEEL2RM7TPHYLSB7NC7CPI/",
        "title": "【小林繁伝】猛虎をよみがえらせた末次の〝大落球〟 虎番疾風録其の四(116)",
        "body": "シーズンの〝流れ〟とは不思議なもの。ブリーデン、ラインバックが戦列に復帰してよみがえった猛虎打線。逆に13連勝と首位街道を突っ走っていた巨人が、王の腰痛再発でリズムを崩し始める。\n\n阪神5連勝、巨人3連敗で9月7日の〝甲子園決戦〟を迎えた。ゲーム差は「5・5」。\n\n「わたしも選手たちもはっきりと意識してます。5・5差は射程圏。最後のチャンスやと思てます。第1戦が勝負ですわ」と吉田監督は表情を引き締めた。\n\n(本)淡口⑨(谷村)ラインバック⑰(倉田)田淵㉙(倉田)末次⑧(山本和)\n\n両者は〝死闘〟を演じた。巨人が谷村の立ち上がりを襲い、淡口のホームランなどで序盤に6点を奪えば、阪神も三回、田淵の二塁打など5安打を集中して堀内をKO。五回、ラインバック、田淵の連続本塁打で同点に追いつくと巨人は六回に末次が山本和から一発。七回には王のタイムリーで8 -- 6と突き放す。そして「事件」はその裏に起こった。\n\n3人目の新浦から掛布が右前打。ラインバックが四球を選んで無死一、二塁。新浦も踏ん張る。田淵、ブリーデンを連続三振。東田には四球を与えたが続く池辺を浅い外野フライに打ち取った。\n\nスタンドの大きなため息とともに打球がフラフラと右翼、二塁、中堅の間辺りに上がる。右翼の末次が懸命に追いついた。打球がグラブに入った -- と次の瞬間、ポロリと白球がこぼれ落ちた。しかもそのボールを末次が蹴飛ばしてしまう。一斉にスタートを切っていた走者が次々とホームを駆け抜け9 -- 8の大逆転劇だ。\n\n「あのプレーで一塁の東田まで生還したのは勝利への執念です。最後まで諦めないみんなのガッツを褒めてやってください」\n\n6連勝で4・5差。吉田監督は興奮で跳び上がらんばかり。\n\nこの末次の〝大落球〟を当時の関西のスポーツ紙は『昭和48年の〝世紀の落球〟の裏返しになるかも...』と表現した。48年8月5日の阪神 -- 巨人戦(甲子園)。巨人は4位。首位中日とは5・5ゲーム差。2位阪神とは1・5差。九回、池田の落球で逆転勝利した巨人はよみがえり、シーズン最終戦でV9を達成したのである。(敬称略)",
        "source": {
          "uri": "sankei.com",
          "dataType": "news",
          "title": "産経ニュース"
        },
        "authors": [],
        "concepts": [
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Breeden",
            "type": "person",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Hal Breeden"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanshin_Tigers",
            "type": "org",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Hanshin Tigers"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yomiuri_Giants",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Yomiuri Giants"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home_run",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 5,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Home run"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hisao_Niura",
            "type": "person",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "新浦壽夫"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Games_behind",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Games behind"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanshin_Koshien_Stadium",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Hanshin Koshien Stadium"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_fielder",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Right fielder"
            }
          },
          {
            "uri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_baseman",
            "type": "wiki",
            "score": 4,
            "label": {
              "eng": "Second baseman"
            }
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        "body": "すごい怖いのが スレッタは プロスペラの言うことを疑わない プロスペラの示す答えに思考停止する プロスペラのために動こうとする プロスペラからの見返りを求めず尽くそうとする マジで洗脳兵士というか毒親の子だということ #水星の魔女\n\nプロスペラの「愛しの娘たちだもの」はスレッタの「私たちのためだよね」への返しだからギリギリ紙一重でセーフだと強弁できないこともないけど、その前の「エアリアルは家族だよね?呪いなんてないんだよね?」への返答が「あなた『たち』を忌まわしい呪いの火の粉から守りたかった」なのでもうアウト",
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        "body": "【アルホル(カタール)=奥山次郎】サッカーのワールドカップ(W杯)カタール大会1次リーグE組で、23日の日本戦で番狂わせを許したドイツが、難敵スペインから1次リーグ突破の可能性を広げる勝ち点1をもぎ取った。先制を許しながらも諦めずに引き分けに持ち込み、同点弾のフュルクルクは「1次リーグを勝ち抜ける可能性が出てきた」と前を向いた。\n\n0-1の後半38分、故障明けで途中出場のサネが、ドリブルで仕掛けて前方のムシアラへパスを通す。ムシアラと交錯しそうになりながらボールを受けたフュルクルクが右足で放ったシュートはネットを揺らし、土壇場での勝ち点1獲得につなげた。\n\n連覇に挑んだ前回ロシア大会は1次リーグで姿を消した。優勝4回を誇るサッカー大国として、2大会連続して決勝トーナメントに進めないことは許されない。フュルクルクは「1次リーグ最終戦をいい感触と、すべてがうまくいくという希望を持って戦える」と自信をみせる。\n\n12月1日の最終戦で、逆転での1次リーグ突破を懸けて対戦するのはコスタリカだ。苦しい状況にはあるものの、勝ち点3を奪えば決勝トーナメントに進める2位以内はみえてくる。チームに根付く伝統のゲルマン魂を胸に、可能性がある限り全力で戦い続ける。",
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        "title": "Ukraine latest: Civilians in Kherson leaving as winter warfare looms",
        "body": "The Russian invasion of Ukraine that began on Feb. 24 continues, with casualties rising on both sides.\n\nUkrainian forces are mounting a strong counteroffensive against Russian troops, reclaiming territory lost when Moscow launched its invasion.\n\nUkraine has managed to withstand the Russian onslaught with the help of Western military aid, but President Volodymyr Zelenskyy regularly calls on the world to do more. For all our coverage, visit our Ukraine war page.\n\nRead our in-depth coverage:\n\nUkrainians embraced but Asian refugees face icy welcome in EU\n\nCutting Ukraine aid now will only worsen crisis: U.N. refugee chief\n\nIan Bremmer: The risk that Russia will go nuclear in Ukraine is real\n\nKazakhstan seen tilting to China after president's landslide win\n\nUkraine war will make China think twice about invading Taiwan\n\nNote: Nikkei Asia decided on March 5 to suspend its reporting from Russia until further information becomes available regarding the scope of the revised criminal code. Entries include material from wire services and other sources.\n\n4:10 a.m. Russian forces struck eastern and southern Ukraine early Sunday as utility crews scrambled to restore power, water and heating with the onset of snow and frigid temperatures, while civilians continued to leave the southern city of Kherson because of the devastation wreaked by recent attacks and their fears of more ahead. With snowfall blanketing the capital Kyiv on Sunday, analysts predicted that cold weather -- bringing with it frozen terrain and grueling fighting conditions -- could have an increasing impact on the conflict that has raged since Russian forces invaded Ukraine more than nine months ago.\n\nSunday, Nov. 27\n\n3:15 a.m. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hosts a summit with allied nations to launch a plan to export $150 million worth of grain to countries most vulnerable to famine and drought. The gathering in Kyiv follows criticism from the Kremlin, which says food exported from Ukraine's Black Sea ports under a U.N.-brokered plan has not been reaching the most vulnerable countries.\n\nZelenskyy says Kyiv raised $150 million from more than 20 countries and the European Union to export grain to countries including Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen.\n\nSaturday, Nov. 26\n\n11:30 p.m. Belarus's long-standing foreign minister has died suddenly, the state news agency Belta reports, two days before he was meant to meet his Russian counterpart. Vladimir Makei, 64, had held his post since 2012.\n\nAfter Russia's invasion of Ukraine began in February, Makei, a supporter of close ties between Moscow and Minsk, said the West had provoked the war and that the Ukrainian authorities should agree to the Russian terms of peace. A few days before the start of the war, Makei promised that there would be no attack on Ukraine from the territory of Belarus. A few days later, Russian troops proved that he was wrong.\n\n\"We are shocked by the reports of the death of the Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus Vladimir Makei,\" Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova posts in her Telegram channel.\n\n2:00 a.m. Russian President Vladimir Putin has told mothers of Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine that he shares their pain, state television reports, as the nine-month war heads into its first full winter.\n\nPutin praises the soldiers as \"heroes\" in a meeting with more than a dozen mothers at his residence outside Moscow. Some of the women have lost sons in the war, which Moscow calls a \"special military operation.\"\n\nThe meeting marks a rare admission by Putin of Russian military losses in Ukraine. Putin says the internet and media are spreading disinformation about the war.\n\nDefense Minister Sergei Shoigu said in September that 5,937 Russian military service members had been killed. The U.S. military estimates the number of Russian casualties at more than 100,000.\n\nFriday, Nov. 25\n\n6:45 p.m. NATO will not flag in its support of Ukraine, and will also ramp up nonlethal aid for the country, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says. \"NATO will continue to stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes. We will not back down,\" he told reporters in Brussels ahead of a foreign ministers meeting of the alliance in Bucharest, Romania, next week.\n\n6:30 p.m. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy calls on Europeans to remain united against Russia's war and to severely limit the price for Russian oil. \"There is no split, there is no schism among Europeans and we have to preserve this. This is our mission No. 1 this year,\" he said in an address via a live video link to a conference in Lithuania. \"Europe is helping itself. It's not helping Ukraine to stand against Russia, this is helping Europe to stand against Russian aggression,\" he added.\n\n2:00 p.m. The Japanese government says oil from the Sakhalin-2 energy project will be excluded from the price cap on Russian oil slated to be imposed in early December by an international coalition led by the United States. The price cap coalition, including the Group of Seven industrialized nations and Australia, will limit the price of crude oil from Russia, starting Dec. 5, with the aim of depleting Moscow's revenue for its war in Ukraine. Japanese trading companies have maintained their stake in the Russian energy project, which accounts for around 9% of Japan's liquefied natural gas imports.\n\n6:00 a.m. Over 15,000 people have gone missing during the war, the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) says. Matthew Holliday, the Europe program director for The Hague-based ICMP, says it was unsure how many people had been forcibly transferred, were being held in Russia, were alive and separated from family members, or had died and had been buried in makeshift graves.\n\nThe process of investigating the missing in Ukraine will last years even after fighting stops, Holliday tells Reuters, adding that 15,000 is a conservative figure. \"The numbers are huge and the challenges that Ukraine faces are vast. Besides which they're fighting an ongoing war as well against the Russian Federation,\" Holliday says.\n\n1:10 a.m. U.S. President Joe Biden says price caps on Russian oil proposed under a Group of Seven nations scheme were in play, adding that he had spoken to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on the issue. \"Yes, it's in play,\" Biden tells reporters. The cap is seen by the Biden administration as a way to cut Moscow off from a major source of funding for the war.\n\nEU governments were to resume talks on the level to cap prices for Russian sea-born oil later in the day or the next after failing to reach a deal Wednesday.\n\nThursday, Nov. 24\n\n6:30 p.m. Power is gradually being restored to Ukrainian cities, including the capital, Kyiv, a day after Russian missile strikes caused Kyiv's biggest outages in nine months of war. Regional authorities said 25% of homes in Kyiv were still without electricity but the water supply had been restored in some areas and would resume in other areas later in the day. In a big improvement from Wednesday, when authorities said power was lost across the entire Kyiv region, public transportation was operating in the capital, with buses replacing trams to save power.\n\n11:00 a.m. A Russian rocket struck the maternity wing of a hospital in eastern Ukraine, killing a newborn boy and critically injuring a doctor. It was the second deadly strike on the small town of Vilniansk in a week, and Mayor Nataliya Usienko said she feared it would not be the last. \"The attack started, and the first S300 rocket hit the road. The second rocket hit this place, the main general hospital, at the maternity wing, where people were,\" she said. \"One woman gave birth two days ago. She delivered a boy. Unfortunately this rocket took the life of this child, who lived only two days.\"\n\n7:30 a.m. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appealed to the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday to take action to stop Russian airstrikes that are targeting vital infrastructure and have once again plunged Ukrainian cities into darkness and cold as winter sets in. Russia unleashed a missile barrage across Ukraine earlier in the day, forcing shutdowns of nuclear power plants and killing civilians in Kyiv. \"Today is just one day, but we have received 70 missiles. That's the Russian formula of terror,\" Zelenskyy said via video link to the council chamber.\n\n4:50 a.m. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says he is \"very confident\" the European Union would soon agree on a price cap for Russian oil as negotiations were underway in Brussels. The Group of Seven nations (G-7) is looking at a price cap on Russian seaborne oil in the range of $65 to $70 per barrel, a European Union diplomat said earlier on Wednesday. Ambassadors from the 27 EU countries are discussing the G-7 proposal with the aim of reaching a common position by the end of the day. Views in the EU are split, with some pushing for a much lower price cap and others arguing for a higher one.\n\n2:00 a.m. Ukraine will seek an urgent meeting of the United Nations Security Council on recent Russian attacks, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy tweets, calling the murder of civilians and the ruining of civilian infrastructure \"acts of terror.\"\n\n1:00 a.m. The U.S.'s latest military aid to Ukraine includes arms, munitions and air defense equipment, the State Department says.\n\nThe $400 million package brings total American military assistance to Ukraine to about $19.7 billion under the Biden administration, according to a news release.\n\nIn a Twitter post, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says \"Ukraine must get all necessary air defense systems ASAP\" to defend itself against Russia's \"missile terror.\"\n\nWednesday, Nov. 23\n\n10:30 p.m. Russian missile strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure have caused blackouts across half of neighboring Moldova, the country's deputy prime minister says. Andrei Spuni calls the situation a repeat of Nov. 15, when Moldova also suffered blackouts after Russian missile strikes.\n\nMoldova is one of Europe's poorest countries, and it has the highest per capita intake of Ukrainian refugees. It shares a border with Ukraine, a fellow ex-Soviet state, and is connected to its power grid.\n\n10:15 p.m. The entire Kyiv region is without electricity after Russian airstrikes target critical infrastructure, says Oleksii Kuleba, head of the regional military administration.\n\nKyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko reports on the Telegram messaging app that the water supply also is cut off.\n\nTuesday, Nov. 22\n\n11:55 p.m. Russia's state-backed Gazprom says it may reduce supplies of natural gas through Ukraine this month, accusing Kyiv of taking gas meant for Moldova.\n\nGazprom warns it may restrict gas flows through Ukraine from Nov. 28. Ukraine is a transit country for Russian gas bound for Western Europe.\n\nEuropean countries have been filling up gas storage sites ahead of winter. Any disruption of flows through Ukraine threaten to upset energy markets.\n\nUkraine's gas pipeline operator denies holding back gas meant for landlocked Moldova, which has suffered blackouts, an influx of refugees and other effects of the war.\n\n7:00 p.m. Canada's foreign ministry says it will slap more sanctions on Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko's administration for supporting Russia's war in Ukraine. The ministry plans to sanction 22 more Belarusian officials as well as 16 Belarusian companies involved in military manufacturing, technology, engineering, banking and railway transportation. It said the officials included some who were \"complicit in the stationing and transport of Russian military personnel and equipment involved in the invasion of Ukraine.\"\n\n8:30 a.m. Ukraine urged residents of Kyiv and several other areas to limit electricity use as it seeks to recover from Russian strikes on its power grid. \"The systematic damage to our energy system from strikes by the Russian terrorists is so considerable that all our people and businesses should be mindful and redistribute their consumption throughout the day,\" President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said. Citizens in the recently liberated southern city of Kherson, where Kyiv says Russian troops destroyed critical infrastructure before leaving earlier this month, can apply to be relocated to areas where security and heating issues are less acute.\n\n4:40 a.m. Kazakhstan is expected to bolster ties with China and Western powers after President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev won Sunday's snap election in a landslide, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine erodes Moscow's clout over former Soviet states in Central Asia.\n\nTokayev beat five other candidates as he received 81.3% of the votes, according to preliminary results announced Monday by the country's election commission. He is now set to remain in office until 2029.\n\nUnder Tokayev's continued leadership, Kazakhstan is expected to leverage its ample supply of oil and grains to forge stronger ties with China, the U.S. and Europe as Russia's influence wanes. Read more.\n\n4:00 a.m. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy discusses the situation at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and other topics with France's Emmanuel Macron.\n\nMonday. Nov. 21\n\n6:10 p.m. Around 60 Russian soldiers were killed in a long-range Ukrainian artillery attack this week, Kyiv says, the second time in four days that Ukraine claimed to have inflicted major casualties in a single incident. In a Facebook post, the armed forces general staff said Russia suffered the losses on Thursday when Ukrainian forces shelled the town of Mykhailkva, 40 kilometers south of Kherson. Russian forces abandoned the city earlier this month. It gave no further details.\n\n4:00 a.m. Germany has offered Warsaw the Patriot missile defense system to help it to secure its airspace after a stray missile crashed in Poland last week, Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht told a newspaper. The German government had already said it would offer its neighbor further help in air policing with German Eurofighters after the incident, which initially raised fears that the war in Ukraine could spill across the border. \"We have offered Poland support in securing airspace -- with our Eurofighters and with Patriot air defense systems,\" Lambrecht told the Rheinische Post and General-Anzeiger.\n\nSunday, Nov. 20\n\n11:34 p.m. More than a dozen blasts shake Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant on Saturday night and Sunday, the International Atomic Energy Agency says, as Moscow and Kyiv both blame the other for the shelling of the Russian-held facility.\n\n\"Explosions occurred at the site of this major nuclear power plant, which is completely unacceptable,\" IAEA head Rafael Grossi says. \"Whoever is behind this, it must stop immediately. As I have said many times before, you're playing with fire!\"\n\nCiting information from plant management, the IAEA team on the ground says some buildings, systems and equipment have been damaged, but none of them critical for nuclear safety and security so far.\n\n9:27 a.m. Ukrainian electricity supplies are under control despite a series of Russian attacks on power-generating infrastructure and there is no need to panic, the energy ministry said on Saturday. Separately, the head of DTEK, the country's largest private energy company, said there was no need for people to leave Ukraine. Russian missile strikes have crippled almost half of Ukraine's energy system and Kyiv authorities said on Friday that a complete shutdown of the capital's power grid was possible.\n\n\"Denying the panicky statements spread by social networks and online media, we assure you that the situation with the energy supply is difficult, but under control,\" the energy ministry said in a statement. Authorities across the country have scheduled blackouts to help the repair effort, it said, urging families to cut their energy consumption by at least 25%.\n\n5:45 a.m. Ukraine will soon begin evacuating people who want to leave the recently liberated southern city of Kherson and the surrounding areas, a senior official says.\n\nDeputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said some people had expressed a wish to move away from the region. \"This is possible in the next few days,\" she told a news conference.\n\nSaturday, Nov. 19\n\n11:50 p.m. Britain's new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak made his first visit to Kyiv, pledging to continue the firm support for Ukraine that was a focus of his predecessors, and providing a new air defense package to help shoot down Russian drones.\n\nSunak said in a statement that Britain would provide a new 50 million pound ($60 million) package that includes anti-aircraft guns and technology such as radar to counter drone attacks. Britain also said it would increase the training it provides to Ukraine's armed forces. \"While Ukraine's armed forces succeed in pushing back Russian forces on the ground, civilians are being brutally bombarded from the air,\" Sunak said in his statement.\n\n8:00 a.m. Kyiv, the area around the Black Sea port of Odesa and more than a dozen other regions are grappling with power shortages following relentless Russian attacks on energy infrastructure, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says. \"The situation with power supplies is difficult in 17 regions and in the capital,\" he says in his nightly video address.\n\n5:52 a.m. Russian missile strikes have taken nearly half of Ukraine's energy system out of service, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal says. Mykola Povoroznyk, deputy head of the Kyiv city administration, warns that the capital could experience a \"complete shutdown\" of its power grid.\n\n1:30 a.m. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says he has thanked Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his support in extending the Black Sea grain deal.\n\n12:00 a.m. Russia's defense ministry has accused Ukraine of executing more than 10 Russian prisoners of war. There was no immediate response from Kyiv to Moscow's claims, which were accompanied by video alleged to show the shooting of Russian prisoners.\n\nFriday, Nov. 18\n\n11:00 p.m. A team of Ukrainian investigators is working at the site of the deadly missile blast in Poland, Kyiv's top diplomat says.\n\nForeign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says in a Twitter post that Ukraine \"will continue our cooperation in an open and constructive manner.\"\n\nThe explosion, which killed two people in the village of Przewodow near the Ukrainian border, has put President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's government in an awkward position. Zelenskyy initially pushed back against comments by Poland, NATO and the U.S. that the missile was likely fired by Kyiv's air defense forces during a Russian attack.\n\n5:30 p.m. Investigators have found traces of explosives at the site of the damaged Nord Stream pipelines, confirming that sabotage had taken place, a Swedish prosecutor says. Swedish and Danish authorities are investigating four holes in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, which link Russia and Germany via the Baltic Sea and have become a flashpoint in the Ukraine crisis. \"Analysis that has now been carried out shows traces of explosives on several of the objects that were recovered,\" the Swedish Prosecution Authority said in a statement.\n\n12:30 p.m. Thailand aims to redefine success as it hosts the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit that opened Friday, with members facing an uphill battle to reach consensus over the economic fallout from the war in Ukraine. In a year marked by walkouts and not a single joint statement from preceding ministerial meetings, Thailand looks to make its mark by enshrining sustainability into APEC's trade and investment agenda.\n\n8:30 a.m. Russian missiles and shells hit Ukrainian positions in several regions, and there was no let up in heavy fighting in Donetsk in the east, the Ukrainian military said on Thursday night as Moscow's occupying forces appeared more active. Ukraine's energy infrastructure was under persistent attack by Russian missiles and drones from the capital Kyiv in the north to Dnipro in central Ukraine and Odesa in the south, the military said in a statement. Ukrainian forces in the past 24 hours downed two cruise missiles, five air-launched missiles and five Iranian-made Shahed-136 drones, it said.\n\n5:45 a.m. As Russian military strikes continue to hit Ukraine's infrastructure, the European Commission says new emergency aid is on the way to help the nation prepare for winter.\n\nMore than 1,800 tonnes of supplies will be delivered through the European Civil Protection Mechanism. The new package -- contributed by Belgium, Finland, Germany, Slovakia, Luxembourg and Sweden -- includes energy supplies, shelter items and firefighting equipment.\n\n\"The destruction of Ukraine's energy infrastructure is reaching a critical point,\" says Janez Lenarcic, the European commissioner for crisis management, in a news release. \"On the eve of winter, people are being cut off electricity and heating. The key priority of our humanitarian operations today is to scale up winterization assistance.\"\n\nThe latest round of Russian missile attacks on Ukraine hit civilian infrastructure in the east and south, including Naftogaz gas production facilities, Ukrainian military officials and the company say.\n\n2:00 a.m. A court in the Netherlands has convicted two former Russian intelligence agents and a Ukrainian separatist leader of murder for their role in shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014. Read more.\n\nThe three men have been sentenced to life in prison. The air disaster killed all 298 passengers and crew on the commercial flight bound for Kuala Lumpur.\n\nRussia's foreign ministry says in a statement that the Dutch court was under pressure to \"impose a politically motivated outcome.\" Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says the \"masterminds\" behind the downing of MH17 must also be held to account.\n\nThursday, Nov. 17\n\n6:10 p.m. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says he welcomes an agreement by all parties to extend the Black Sea grain deal to facilitate Ukraine's agricultural exports from its southern Black Sea ports. The agreement, initially reached in July, created a protected sea transit corridor and was designed to alleviate global food shortages by allowing exports to resume from three ports in Ukraine, a major producer of grains and oilseeds. \"I welcome the agreement by all parties to continue the Black Sea grain initiative to facilitate the safe navigation of export of grain, foodstuffs and fertilizers from Ukraine,\" Guterres said.\n\n2:30 p.m. Investigators in Ukraine's recently liberated southern Kherson region have uncovered 63 bodies with signs of torture, Ukraine's interior minister was quoted as saying early on Thursday. \"We must understand that the search has only just started so many more dungeons and burial places will be uncovered,\" Interfax Ukraine news agency quoted Denys Monastyrsky as telling national television. Monastyrsky said law enforcement had uncovered 436 instances of war crimes during Russia's occupation. Eleven places of detention had been discovered, including four where torture had been practiced.\n\n7:00 a.m. A missile that crashed inside Poland was probably a stray fired by Ukraine's air defenses and not a Russian strike, Poland and military alliance NATO say, easing international fears that the war could spill across the border. Nevertheless, NATO's chief said Russia, not Ukraine, was still to blame for starting the war in the first place with its February invasion and launching scores of missiles on Tuesday that triggered Ukrainian defenses. \"This is not Ukraine's fault,\" NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters in Brussels. \"Russia bears ultimate responsibility as it continues its illegal war against Ukraine.\"\n\n5:32 a.m. The top U.S. military officer downplays the chances of a swift victory by Ukraine, despite major gains made by its forces in areas like Kherson.\n\n\"The probability of a Ukrainian military victory -- defined as kicking the Russians out of all of Ukraine to include what they claim as Crimea -- the probability of that happening anytime soon is not high, militarily,\" U.S. Army General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, tells reporters at the Pentagon.\n\nThe U.S. will help Ukraine defend itself for as long as it takes, he says.\n\nWednesday, Nov. 16\n\n8:05 p.m. U.S. President Joe Biden told G-7 and NATO leaders earlier that the explosion in Poland that killed two people was caused by a Ukrainian air-defense missile, a NATO source confirmed to Nikkei Asia. Read more.\n\nAn emergency meeting was convened in Bali on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit, after Poland and Ukraine had said it was likely a Russian-made missile. Russia quickly denied its missiles struck Poland.\n\n6:52 p.m. Pope Francis has condemned the latest wave of missile attacks on Ukraine and called for a cease-fire to avert the risk of an escalation of the conflict. He was speaking at his weekly General Audience as NATO allies were investigating unconfirmed reports that an explosion in a Polish village near the border with Ukraine was caused by stray Russian missiles. He did not mention the incident.\n\n\"I learned with pain and concern of a fresh and even fiercer missile attack on Ukraine, which caused deaths and damage to much civilian infrastructure,\" Francis said in Italian. \"Let us pray so that the Lord converts the hearts of those who still bet on war and make the desire for peace prevail in martyred Ukraine in order to avoid escalation and to open the path to a cease-fire and dialogue,\" he said.\n\n6:11 p.m. A senior adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy blames Russia for any \"incidents with missiles.\" Mykhailo Podolyak made his comments in a written statement after U.S. President Joe Biden said a missile that killed two people in Poland was probably not fired from Russia.\n\n\"In my opinion, it is necessary to adhere to only one logic. The war was started and is being waged by Russia. Russia massively attacks Ukraine with cruise missiles. Russia has turned the eastern part of the European continent into an unpredictable battlefield,\" Podolyak said. \"Intent, means of execution, risks, escalation -- all this is only Russia. And there can be no other explanation for any incidents with missiles.\"\n\n3:09 p.m. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan says he believes the U.N.-brokered grain export deal between Russia and Ukraine will be extended beyond its Nov. 19 deadline, adding that Ankara is making efforts to prolong it by a year. Speaking at a news conference at the G-20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, Erdogan said talks about extending the deal were ongoing, adding that the deal was important for the world.\n\n10:02 a.m. Global leaders who were gathering for the G-20 meeting in Bali, Indonesia, went into an emergency meeting on Wednesday after two people in Poland were killed in explosions that Ukraine and Polish authorities said were caused by Russian-made missiles. The meeting was convened by U.S. President Joe Biden, the White House said, after two people were killed in an explosion in Przewodow, a village in eastern Poland near the border with Ukraine. Leaders from the United States, Germany, Canada, Netherlands, Japan, Spain, Italy, France and the U.K. were taking part in the meeting.\n\n9:21 a.m. NATO member Poland said that a Russian-made rocket killed two people in eastern Poland near Ukraine, and it summoned Russia's ambassador to Warsaw for an explanation after Moscow denied it was responsible.\n\n5:40 a.m. Poland's government has convened an emergency security after two people were reportedly killed by a missile strike near the border with Ukraine. Local media reports say a Russian missile is suspected in the deaths near the village of Przewodow. Read more.\n\n2:30 a.m. A defiant Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said Ukrainians are working to restore electricity to areas struck by a wave of Russian attacks.\n\n\"We will restore everything, we will survive,\" he says in a video posted on Telegram.\n\nThe U.S. has condemned the attacks, with President Joe Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan saying in a statement: \"It is not lost on us that, as world leaders meet at the G-20 in Bali to discuss the issues of significant importance to the lives and livelihoods of people around the world, Russia again threatens those lives and destroys Ukraine's critical infrastructure.\"\n\nRussia's TASS cites Ukrainian media reports of explosions in Kyiv and the Kyiv region but does not describe them as Russian attacks. At the Group of 20 leaders summit in Bali, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says: \"If anyone is refusing to negotiate, it is Ukraine.\"\n\n2:05 a.m. Protesters shouting \"you are criminals, war criminals\" interrupt an event hosted by the Russian delegation at the COP27 United Nations climate change conference.\n\n12:30 a.m. China praises Russia for reiterating its position that a nuclear war cannot be fought, crediting Moscow for a \"rational and responsible\" attitude, Chinese news agency Xinhua reports.\n\nThe comment comes at a meeting between Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Chinese counterpart Wang Yi during the Group of 20 summit in Indonesia. China says the two sides discussed the Asia-Pacific, the Korean Peninsula and the Iranian nuclear issue. Beijing says it will continue to play a constructive role in promoting peace talks in Ukraine.\n\nTuesday, Nov. 15\n\n11:57 p.m. Russian missiles strike energy facilities and cities across Ukraine including Kyiv, Lviv in the west, Kharkiv in the northeast and Odesa in the south. Kyiv's mayor says about half of the capital lacks electricity and that two residential buildings were hit in a central area of the city.\n\nThe wave of missile strikes comes as Western leaders at the Group of 20 summit in Indonesia seek agreement on a statement condemning Russia's invasion following a video address by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.\n\n6:35 p.m. Leaders from the Group of 20 major economies plan to urge peaceful resolution of conflicts and condemn the use of nuclear weapons, in a reflection of global anxiety over Russia's war on Ukraine.\n\n\"The use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is inadmissible,\" the leaders will say, according to a draft final summit declaration seen by Nikkei Asia. \"The peaceful resolution of conflicts, efforts to address crises, as well as diplomacy and dialogue, are vital. Today's era must not be of war.\" The communique is set to be formally adopted by G-20 leaders on Wednesday. The text could change before then as a result of further talks on its content.\n\n5:20 p.m. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi urges a return to diplomacy to end the Russia-Ukraine war, reiterating the South Asian nation's call for peace in the ongoing conflict.\n\n\"I have repeatedly said that we have to find a way to return to the path of cease-fire and diplomacy in Ukraine,\" Modi said in his opening remarks at the Group of 20 summit in Bali, Indonesia. India has not condemned Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, but Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin in September that \"today's era is not an era of war.\"\n\n2:30 p.m. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy tells leaders of the world's wealthiest nations that now is the time to stop Russia's war in his country under a peace plan he has proposed. He spoke via video to leaders of the G-20 nations who have gathered for a summit on the Indonesian island of Bali. Zelenskyy said the war should be ended \"justly and on the basis of the U.N. Charter and international law.\" He called for restoring \"radiation safety\" with regard to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and introducing price restrictions on Russian energy resources.\n\n9:30 a.m. Kyiv welcomes reported Chinese comments criticizing threats to use nuclear weapons as world leaders gathered in Indonesia to take part in Tuesday's G-20 meeting, with Russia's invasion of Ukraine in the spotlight. U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping \"underscored their opposition to the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine,\" the White House said in a readout of a meeting in Indonesia between the two leaders. A readout of the Biden-Xi meeting on China's foreign ministry website made no use of the word \"nuclear\" but said: \"Conflicts and wars produce no winner ... confrontation between major countries must be avoided.\"\n\n7:52 a.m. The United Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution recognizing that Russia must be responsible for making reparations to Ukraine.\n\nThe nonbinding resolution, supported by 94 of the assembly's 193 members, says Russia \"must bear the legal consequences of all of its internationally wrongful acts, including making reparation for the injury, including any damage, caused by such acts.\" Fourteen countries voted against the resolution, including Russia, China and Iran, while 73 abstained, including Brazil, India and South Africa. Not all member states voted.\n\nRussia's ambassador to the U.N., Vassily Nebenzia, told the General Assembly before the vote that the provisions of the resolution are \"legally null and void\" as he urged countries to vote against it. \"The West is trying to draw out and worsen the conflict and plans to use Russian money for it,\" Nebenzia said.\n\n1:35 a.m. U.S. President Joe Biden and China's Xi Jinping \"reiterated their agreement that a nuclear war should never be fought and can never be won and underscored their opposition to the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine,\" according to a White House readout of their meeting in Bali.\n\nBut the Xinhua report on the meeting does not mention any discussion of nuclear weapons at the talks. Read more about the Biden-Xi summit here.\n\n12:45 a.m. Russia approves the participation of Japan's Sakhalin Oil and Gas Development Co. (SODECO) and India's ONGC Videsh in the new Russian operator of the Sakhalin-1 project, Interfax reports, citing instructions issued by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.\n\nJapan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is a stakeholder in Tokyo-based SODECO, along with other investors including Itochu, Japan Petroleum Exploration and Marubeni. The Japanese government had sought to remain involved in the Russian oil and gas project following operator ExxonMobil's departure.\n\nExxon announced its withdrawal from Sakhalin-1 after Russia invaded Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a presidential decree on Oct. 7, transferring the project to a new company. Foreign investors were told to decide within one month whether they would continue to participate in the business.\n\nMonday, Nov. 14\n\n6:30 p.m. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visits the newly recaptured southern city of Kherson, the biggest prize yet won by Ukrainian forces, where he has accused Russian forces of committing war crimes before they fled last week. \"We are moving forward,\" he said in an address to Ukrainian troops, thanking NATO and other allies for their continuing support in the war against Russia. \"We are ready for peace, peace for all our country.\"\n\n11:30 a.m. The U.S. will impose new sanctions on a transnational network of individuals and companies working to procure military technologies for Russia's war effort in Ukraine, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen tells reporters in Bali. She added that the sanctions would target 14 individuals and 28 entities, including financial facilitators but declined to provide further details. \"This is part of our larger effort to disrupt Russia's war effort and deny equipment it needs through sanctions and export controls,\" Yellen said.\n\n5:00 a.m. \"Investigators have already documented more than 400 Russian war crimes. Bodies of dead civilians and servicemen have been found,\" in areas of Kherson freed from Russian occupation, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says in his nightly video address.\n\n2:30 a.m. Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken to Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, emphasizing their deepening political, trade and economic cooperation, the Kremlin says without elaborating on when the phone call took place. Neither were Iranian arms supplies to Moscow mentioned. \"A number of topical issues on their bilateral agenda were discussed, with the emphasis on further enhancing cooperation in the political, trade and economic fields, including the transport and logistics sector,\" the Kremlin said.",
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