The president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russian forces have suffered more than 1,100 dead and 1,500 injured in less than a week during battles near the besieged city of Bakhmut.
There's no independent verification of these figures.
There have also been reports of heavy Ukrainian casualties with 200 killed in the past day.
North Korea says it's launched two strategic cruise missiles.
State media described it as a submarine launch from waters of the eastern coastal city of Sinpo.
South Korea confirmed missile launch on Sunday morning and said it's still analyzing the data.
It's being seen as a show of force by Pyongyang ahead of joint military exercises by the US and South Korea, which are due to get underway on Monday.
India's Supreme Court is due to hold a landmark hearing on whether same-sex marriages should be recognized.
The court will consider petitions for legal recognition brought by LGBT campaigners.
The Indian government submitted documents to the court on Sunday making clear that it will resist any recognition of same-sex marriage.
Narendra Modi's administration argues that marriage should only be accepted between a man and a woman and any deviation from current laws would cause chaos.
In 2018, the Supreme Court decriminalized homosexuality, but it did not legalize same-sex unions.
Gay rights groups have recently stepped up their efforts to get the law changed.
It's already been a good night for the hotly tipped film "Everything Everywhere All at Once" at the Oscar ceremony, which is taking place in Hollywood.
Among its cast, Jamie Lee Curtis won Best Supporting Actress and Ke Huy Quan won Best Supporting Actor.
在演员阵容中，杰米·李·柯蒂斯获得了最佳女配角奖，关继威（Ke Huy Quan）获得了最佳男配角奖。
It's also the favorites to win Best Picture after success at a host of earlier awards events.
The film "Navalny" about the poisoning of Russia's prominent opposition figure won for Best Feature Documentary.