Ukraine’s Latest Actions: Bridge Destruction and German Disclosure of British Military Secrets

DONETSK OBLAST, UKRAINE - JANUARY 30: Ukrainian soldiers shoot an artillery unit on the front line, in the direction of the Kreminna as Russian - Ukraine war continues in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine on January 30, 2024.

Today, we are sharing information about drone strikes on St. Petersburg, Ukrainian attacks on Russian railway bridges, and the aftermath of one of Germany’s most significant security breaches since the Cold War.

Later, we feature an incredible interview with Anastasiia Lapatina from the Kyiv Independent, discussing her experience of giving birth during an air strike.

The conflict in Ukraine is having a profound impact on our global landscape.

Each weekday, The Telegraph’s experienced journalists provide in-depth analysis of the invasion from various perspectives – military, humanitarian, political, economic, and historical.

They ensure you are well-informed and up-to-date on the situation.

Our Ukraine: The Latest podcast has accumulated over 70 million listens, making it the ultimate destination for up-to-date analysis, real-time reactions, and reports from our correspondents in the field.

We have been on air since the full-scale invasion started.

Key Contributors for Updates on Ukraine: The Latest

DONETSK OBLAST, UKRAINE – JANUARY 26: a Ukrainian soldier loads a mortar shell shooting a target in the direction of Bakhmut, where clashes between Russia and Ukraine continue to take place, in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine on January 26, 2024.


David Knowles

David leads the Audio Development team at The Telegraph, with almost three years of experience at the company.

He has covered events from various locations in Ukraine throughout the full-scale invasion. 

Dominic Nicholls

Dom is an Associate Editor specializing in defense at The Telegraph, and he has been with the publication since 2018.

With 23 years of experience in the British Army, he has served in tank and helicopter units.

He has experience with operational deployments in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Northern Ireland. 

Francis Dearnley

Francis holds the position of Assistant Comment Editor at The Telegraph.

Before becoming a journalist, he served as chief of staff to the Chair of the Prime Minister’s Policy Board at the Houses of Parliament in London.

Studying History at Cambridge University, he delves into how the past illuminates current diplomatic, political, and strategic events on his podcast.

They are frequently accompanied by journalists and correspondents from The Telegraph across the globe, such as Joe Barnes, James Kilner, Sophia Yan, Nataliya Vasilyeva, Roland Oliphant, Colin Freeman, Danielle Sheridan, and Tony Diver.

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