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Ukraine: The Latest - Russia attacks port & live from the UAE as Putin visits Middle-Eastern ally

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Omani Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Crown Prince Theyazin bin Haitham Al Said
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Omani Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Crown Prince Theyazin bin Haitham Al Said - VYACHESLAV PROKOFYEV/SHUTTERSTOCK

Today, we bring you the latest news from Ukraine, discuss Poland’s warning that Nato has 3 years to prepare for a Russian attack & we’re on the ground in the UAE to witness Vladimir Putin’s visit to his Middle-Eastern ally.

Listen to Ukraine: the Latest, The Telegraph’s daily podcast, using the audio player at the top of this article or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favourite podcast app.


War in Ukraine is reshaping our world. Every weekday The Telegraph’s top journalists analyse the invasion from all angles - military, humanitarian, political, economic, historical - and tell you what you need to know to stay updated.

With over 60 million listens, our Ukraine: The Latest podcast is your go-to source for all the latest analysis, live reaction and correspondents reporting on the ground. We have been broadcasting ever since the full-scale invasion began.

Ukraine: The Latest’s regular contributors are:

David Knowles

David is Head of Audio Development at The Telegraph, where he has worked for nearly three years. He has reported from across Ukraine during the full-scale invasion.

Dominic Nicholls

Dom is Associate Editor (Defence) at The Telegraph, having joined in 2018. He previously served for 23 years in the British Army, in tank and helicopter units. He had operational deployments in Iraq, Afghanistan and Northern Ireland.

Francis Dearnley

Francis is assistant comment editor at The Telegraph. Prior to working as a journalist, he was chief of staff to the Chair of the Prime Minister’s Policy Board at the Houses of Parliament in London. He studied History at Cambridge University and on the podcast explores how the past shines a light on the latest diplomatic, political, and strategic developments.

They are also regularly joined by The Telegraph’s foreign correspondents around the world, including Joe Barnes (Brussels), Sophia Yan (China), Nataliya Vasilyeva (Russia), Roland Oliphant (Senior Reporter) and Colin Freeman (Reporter).

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