During the Russian occupation of Luhansk Oblast, 15 kids were allegedly taken from this rehabilitation center and moved to Russia.
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These wartime abductions aren’t specific to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Throughout history, they’ve inflicted trauma on society’s most vulnerable – making them a rich subject matter for the stage.
One of Banksy’s murals in Borodyanka.
Banksy has unveiled six new works in Ukraine, created on the walls of bombed buildings.
Police officers gather at the site where offcials say a Russian-made missile fell.
Polish authorities are investigating what they initially believed to be a Russian-made missile blast close to the border with Ukraine. Later, the country’s president said it was likely to have been an accident.
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The G20 comes at a time of deep divisions between the world’s powers, so it’s unlikely to make much progress on its policy agenda - but it’s still good to talk.
The Ukrainian president’s key wartime speeches are to be published in a book. His ability to weave a narrative bigger than any one life or nation has shaped the way we have understood this war.
Two protestors, one wrapped in the Belarusian opposition flag and the other in the Ukrainian, walk side by side in Berlin calling for peace in Ukraine on February 27, 2022.
While Belarus is rightly seen as a co-aggressor in Russia’s war on Ukraine, its future involvement in the conflict is open to speculation. One thing is certain: a majority of Belarusians oppose it.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, left, stands near a damaged residential building in Irpin, Ukraine, on Sept. 8, 2022.
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Giving Ukraine large amounts of money while not actually declaring war on Russia has various benefits for the US and other countries. Chiefly, it could protect US soldiers and civilians.
Concentration of troops on San Sebastian beach for the war in Morocco.
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Following Putin’s call-up of thousands of reservists, many Russian citizens decided to leave the country.
Israel’s Iron Dome air defense system is the gold standard for defending against missiles and rockets.
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What will it take for Ukraine to defend against the ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and explosive drones raining down on the country? The question is not so much what as how many.
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How does Putin extract himself from this mess? The only way to do so is to win the war in Ukraine, or at least to win sufficient concessions that would permit him to spin it as a victory.
Ukrainian firefighters battling flames at a power station hit by Russian missiles.
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In the face of Russian military setbacks at the hands of a dogged opposition army, Russian President Vladimir Putin is focusing on targets that will put psychological pressure on the Ukrainian nation.
Ghana is engaging the IMF over a bailout.
Ghana’s sovereign risk has been downgraded to near junk status by ratings agencies in recent times.
Under normal circumstances the Crimean Bridge would be shut for a long time – but circumstances are far from normal.
This Russian short-range cruise missile, the Iskander-K, can carry nuclear warheads for several hundred miles.
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Tactical nuclear weapons were designed to be used on the battlefield rather than for strategic defense, but that doesn’t mean there’s a plausible case for using them.
The library at the Barockhaus Museum in Görlitz, Germany. Libraries play a vital role in preserving texts and challenging disinformation.
Libraries play a crucial role in preserving texts, even controversial ones. They are responsible for teaching people how to evaluate the credibility and validity of information.
Despite the rhetoric and condemnation from UN leaders gathered in New York, Russian plans to annex eastern parts of Ukraine cannot be stopped. What could happen next?
Russian soldiers patrol a theater in Mariupol, Ukraine, on April 12, 2022.
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As Ukraine retakes parts of its northeastern region from Russia, the Kremlin continues to increasingly look to private military companies to fill in military power gaps.
The last operating reactor at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, reactor No. 6, has been safely shut down.
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The power plant’s sixth reactor has been shut down, all but eliminating the risk of a nuclear meltdown. But fighting at the site could still release radioactive material.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo.
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Ensuring November’s G20 summit runs smoothly – without the walkouts or diplomatic dramas of lead-up events – won’t be easy. But as host, Indonesia can build trust at a time of great global tension.
A Ukrainian inspects a ruined Russian tank displayed on the streets of Kyiv.
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Displays of captured Russian weaponry aim to show the strength of the foe Ukrainians face, but also that victory is possible.