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By Vanessa Gera, Associated Press
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.
In our news wrap Thursday, a special grand jury in Georgia concluded one or more witnesses lied under oath about Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election results, police shed more light on the shootings that killed three at Michigan…
By Nick Schifrin, Dan Sagalyn
NATO described the fight over eastern Ukraine as a “grinding war of attrition” as Russian forces have launched operations in multiple areas. It comes as Moscow claims to have made incremental gains in Ukraine’s Donbas. Nick Schifrin reports from that…
By Nick Schifrin, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
Leaders from a coalition of more than 50 countries that send weapons to Ukraine met to discuss accelerating their assistance. Russian forces have launched fresh offensives in Ukraine’s east and there are concerns about the ability to withstand the attacks.
By William Brangham, Dan Sagalyn
After several tours as an Army Ranger in Iraq and Afghanistan, and as a Green Beret in Europe, David Bramlette thought his fighting days were over. But last March, he went to Ukraine and fought against the Russians for almost…
In our news wrap Monday, Ukrainian troops fought to hold back intense Russian assaults in the eastern part of the country, the CDC warns of a wave of sexual violence and trauma among teenage girls in the U.S., officials in…
By Susie Blann, Associated Press
Russian forces over the weekend continued to shell Ukrainian cities amid a grinding push to seize more land in the east of the country, with Ukrainian officials saying that Moscow is having trouble launching its much-anticipated large-scale offensive there.
The owner of the Russian Wagner Group private military contractor actively involved in the fighting in Ukraine has predicted that the war could drag on for years.
In our news wrap Friday, Russia launched a new wave of aerial attacks across Ukraine targeting cities and power facilities with missiles, bombers and drones, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy insisted that Russian athletes be barred from next year's Olympics in Paris…
In our news wrap Wednesday, Ukraine's President Zelenskyy rallied support in London and Paris and renewed his appeal for more advanced weapons as Ukraine braces for a new Russian offensive, the U.S. military says the Chinese balloon shot down off…
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