We're pausing our live coverage of the war in Ukraine now - but we'll leave you with a roundup of what happened today.
Nato summit in Madrid
- Leaders of countries in the Western military alliance Nato have branded Russia a "direct threat" to their security and pledged to strengthen their support for Ukraine
- The alliance's chief Jens Stoltenberg said the number of Nato troops placed on high alert should increase to 300,000 "by next year"
- Stoltenberg also confirmed that Finland and Sweden are being formally invited to join the military group
- Poland has welcomed a decision by the United States to make permanent its army base there
- The UK, too, has pledged to toughen its military presence in Eastern Europe
- President Zelensky has cut diplomatic ties with Syria after it joined Russia in formally recognising the "independence" of two Moscow-backed separatist regions
- Ukraine says it has carried out the biggest prisoner swap with Russia since the war started. 144 soldiers have been exchanged from each side.
- Relatives continue to search for their loved ones after Monday's missile strike on a shopping centre in Kremenchuk which killed at least 18 people
Today's live coverage was brought to you by Marita Maloney, Sam Hancock, James Harness, Tori Lindrea, Catherine Evans, James FitzGerald, Claire Heald, Claudia Allen, Heather Sharp and Chris Giles.