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In our news wrap Friday, new violence erupted in the Middle East when a Palestinian gunman opened fire near a synagogue in east Jerusalem, the head of the UN Refugee Agency accused Russia of kidnapping Ukrainian children and the U.S.
By Associated Press
Russian shelling killed at least 10 Ukrainian civilians and wounded 20 others in a day, the office of Ukraine's president reported Friday.
In our news wrap Thursday, the U.S. economy shows new signs of slowing after repeated interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve, 11 people died in Ukraine during a wave of Russian missile and drone attacks, the FBI says it…
By Nick Schifrin, Teresa Cebrian Aranda, Zeba Warsi
The U.S. officially announced it will send American tanks to Ukraine as part of a coordinated effort with Germany, which will also send its tanks. It’s a shift in U.S. policy and one of the most significant weapons upgrades that…
In our news wrap Tuesday, Germany and the U.S. have now agreed to send tanks to Ukraine to aid in the fight against Russia, the U.S. Justice Department and eight states filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google over its dominance…
In our news wrap Monday, Poland stepped up the pressure to send tanks to Ukraine forces, the FBI's former top counter-intelligence agent in New York is accused of aiding Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, the White House fended off new questions…
By Andrew Meldrum, Associated Press
The speaker of the lower house of Russia's parliament warned Sunday that countries supplying Ukraine with more powerful weapons risked their own destruction, a message that followed new pledges of armored vehicles, air defense systems and other equipment but not…
Officials say the death toll from a weekend Russian missile strike on an apartment building in southeastern Ukraine has climbed to 45.
By Hanna Arhirova, Dasha Litvinova, Associated Press
Many civilians have been detained by Russian forces since the war in Ukraine began.
By Jamey Keaten, Associated Press
Ukraine's first lady warned world leaders at the World Economic Forum's annual gathering that not all of them were using their influence as Russia's invasion leaves children dying and a world struggling with food insecurity.
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