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By Associated Press
Russia announced Saturday that it will immediately suspend its implementation of a U.N.-brokered grain deal that has seen more than 9 million tons of grain exported from Ukraine during the war and has brought down soaring global food prices.
By Andrew Meldrum, Associated Press
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday called the attack that damaged the huge bridge connecting Russia to its annexed territory of Crimea “a terrorist act” masterminded by Ukrainian special services.
By Justin Spike, Adam Schreck, Associated Press
An explosion caused the partial collapse of a bridge linking the Crimean Peninsula with Russia on Saturday, damaging a key supply artery for the Kremlin's faltering war effort in southern Ukraine.
By Adam Schreck, Vasilisa Stepanenko, Associated Press
An honor guard fired a three-gun salute toward cloudy skies as friends and comrades-in-arms gathered in Kyiv to bid farewell to a Russian woman who was killed while fighting on Ukraine’s side in the war with her native country.
By Inna Varenytsia, Associated Press
By Paul Byrne, Joanna Kozlowska, Associated Press
Russian authorities reported shooting down Ukrainian drones Saturday in Crimea, while Ukrainian officials said Russian forces pressed ahead with efforts to seize one of the few cities in eastern Ukraine not already under their control.
By Nick Schifrin
For the second time in a week there were mysterious explosions in Russian-occupied Crimea. A Russian ammunition depot blew up Tuesday in the peninsula's northeast, less than a week after explosions destroyed multiple Russian jets at the Saki Air Base.
By Paul Byrne, Associated Press
Massive explosions and fires have hit a military depot in Russia-annexed Crimea.
By Susie Blann, Associated Press
Powerful explosions have rocked a Russian air base in Crimea, and authorities say at least one person was killed and several others wounded.
By Hari Sreenivasan, Ana Jegnaradze, Marita Tevzadze
As Russian troops mass on Ukraine’s border it is unclear if or when there will be an invasion. But many Ukrainians are preparing for the worst and have stepped up training in civil defense. NewsHour Weekend’s Hari Sreenivasan reports on…
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