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Russia says its troops began pulling out of a strategic Ukrainian city on. That would represent a humiliating defeat in the grinding war.
While that support has garnered strong bipartisan support in the U.S. Congress, a growing conservative opposition could complicate that next year if Republicans take control of the House.
As Russians seized parts of eastern and southern Ukraine in the opening stages of the war, mayors, civilian administrators and others say they have been abducted, threatened or beaten to force their cooperation.
Russian forces blindfolded and detained the head of Europe’s largest nuclear plant, Ukraine’s nuclear power provider said Saturday, reigniting long-simmering fears over the plant's security.
The United States’ top diplomat and the head of NATO noted the advances, but cautioned that the war is likely to drag on for months.
A Ukrainian official says Russia has resumed shelling in the area of Ukraine's huge nuclear power plant.
The spreading resistance has eroded Kremlin control of those areas and threatened its plans to hold referendums in various cities as a move toward annexation by Russia.
The governor of Ukraine's Luhansk region says Russia is mounting an all-out assault on the last Ukrainian stronghold in the eastern region, "pouring fire" from the ground and air.
Russian attacks are laying down a curtain of fire across areas of eastern Ukraine where pockets of resistance are denying Moscow full military control of the region.
The Russian military says it has used long-range missiles to destroy a depot in Ukraine's western Lviv region where ammunition for NATO-supplied weapons was being stored.
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