We’re pausing our live coverage
That’s all our coverage for now, but we’ll be back soon with regular updates and analysis of the war in Ukraine.
Before we go, here is a quick recap of the key moments from this morning and afternoon.
Putin interview: Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has confirmed he is interviewing Vladimir Putin, confirming rumours.
Infant killed: A Russian attack on a hotel in the Kharkiv region killed a two-month-old boy and injured his mother, the regional governor said.
Spec ops explosion: Special forces blew up a Russian drilling platform in the Black Sea used as a drone site, Ukraine claimed.
Clandestine bombs: Georgia’s acting prime minister accused Ukraine of trying to spread the war to his country after authorities seized what they said was a truck loaded with explosives bound for Russia.
Nuclear concerns: Security at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant remained fragile amid staff cuts enacted by Russian authorities occupying the facility, the UN’s nuclear watchdog chief said ahead of a visit tomorrow.
Partitioning Ukraine: The Kremlin was attempting to normalise the idea of partitioning Ukraine at the borders of the Lviv region, analysts at the Institute for the Study of War said.