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The presidents of Germany, Poland and Israel, joined by Holocaust survivors and their descendants, are marking the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
The neighbors are seeking to build a tighter relationship in defiance of Russia's full-scale war against Kyiv that has reshaped international alliances.
Ukrainian refugees suffer from trauma and loss — uprooted from their lives, separated from relatives, fearing for loved ones stuck in Russian-occupied areas or fighting on the frontline.
Europe's largest security organization has opened a meeting in Poland strongly denouncing Russia's war against Ukraine.
Polish soldiers began laying razor wire Wednesday along Poland's border with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad after the government ordered the construction of a barrier to prevent what it fears could become another migration crisis.
It was a major political shift in the Scandinavian country that had a decades-long history of welcoming refugees, but is grappling with a crime wave linked with immigration.
More than 1,000 firefighters in France are struggling to contain a huge wildfire burning through pine forests.
Video footage shows red paint being thrown from behind Ambassador Sergey Andreev before a protester standing beside him throws a big blob of it in his face.
Pelosi and a half-dozen U.S. lawmakers met for three hours late Saturday with Zelenskyy and his top aides to get a first-hand assessment of the war effort to date…
Russian President Vladimir Putin has demanded that "unfriendly" foreign customers start paying for gas in Russian rubles. European Union officials were holding emergency talks on Wednesday on the gas cutoff, which they also called blackmail.
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