Lindsey Hilsum is Channel 4 News International Editor, and has covered many of the conflicts of recent years including in Syria, Ukraine and the Arab Spring.
She was in Baghdad for the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, and in Belgrade for the 1999 NATO bombing. In 1994, she was the only English-speaking correspondent in Rwanda when the genocide began.
She has won awards from the Royal Television Society and BAFTA amongst others, and received the 2017 Patron’s Medal from the Royal Geographical Society.
She has just published a biography: “In Extremis - the Life of War Correspondent Marie Colvin”.
Her last book, “Sandstorm; Libya in the Time of Revolution”, was described by the Observer as “an account with historical depth to match dramatic reportage.”
Ukraine’s underground stations aren’t just for trains now, they are bomb shelters, bunkers and even comedy venues.
The US President Joe Biden has requested that Congress approve a huge $33 billion package for Ukraine.
As the row over gas intensifies, Russian forces have continued their offensive in the east and in the south of Ukraine.
International editor Lindsey Hilsum has been to the village of Kam’yanske around 15km from the frontline. Many residents there are refusing to leave, despite frequent shelling by the Russians.
There has been an explosion in Russia at an oil facility in the Bryansk region.
In Ukraine today they marked Orthodox Easter.
As Russian forces pound towns and cities in the eastern Donbass region of Ukraine with artillery, today a commander said Russia intended not only to take the east but also the entire south – potentially giving a route out to Transnistria, a pro-Russian enclave in Moldova.
There are some civilians who have managed to get out of Mariupol, after spending almost two months in a city that had become their besieged prison.
The last Ukrainian fighters in Mariupol are holding out despite all the odds.
Our International Editor Lindsey Hilsum knows Rwanda well – and joins us from the newsroom.
In towns and villages around Kyiv they are burying their dead.
One month after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, life has changed in the country, with a normal functioning country going to a war scape in four short weeks.
Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said that Russia’s goal is not to occupy the whole of Ukraine but warned it has not yet achieved all it wants.
They will not surrender. The besieged city of Mariupol remains defiant tonight, despite what one Ukrainian MP called a Russian attempt to starve it into submission.
We reported the latest on the military situation in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv.