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In our news wrap Tuesday, Multiple states are holding primary and runoff elections including Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas and Virginia. Also, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland met with Ukraine’s prosecutor general, historic monsoon floods submerged more of Bangladesh, floods in China…
By Yuras Karmanau, John Leicester, David Keyton, Associated Press
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.
In our news wrap Monday, children under the age of 5 began receiving COVID vaccines, President Biden considers a pause on the federal gas tax, militants killed at least 132 villagers in Mali, Israel is headed for a new election,…
By Andrea Rosa, Jamey Keaten, Associated Press
Despite the heavy influx of weapons from the West, Ukrainian forces are outgunned by the Russians in the battle for the eastern Donbas region, where the fighting is largely being carried out by way of artillery exchanges.
By John Leicester, David Keyton, Associated Press
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Four months of war in Ukraine appear to be straining the morale of troops on both sides, prompting desertions and rebellion against officers’ orders, British defense officials said Sunday. NATO’s chief warned the fighting could drag…
By Associated Press
In an interview with Germany's dpa news agency published Saturday, Scholz said he wants to use next week's meeting with fellow G-7 leaders in the Bavarian village of Elmau to discuss Ukraine's long-term prospects.
By John Yang, Zeba Warsi, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
The European Union's executive arm on Friday recommended putting Ukraine on a path to membership. This comes as the U.S. and Europe pledged earlier this week to support Ukraine militarily. Jeremy Shapiro, research director of the European Council on Foreign…
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
More than 7 million people have fled Ukraine since the fighting broke out in February. Among them, nearly 80,000 foreign students, most from developing nations. Indian nationals account for almost a quarter of all foreign students enrolled in Ukraine, with…
With several European leaders meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and debate rising over how to end Ukraine's war with Russia, the White House is reiterating President Joe Biden's adage "nothing about Ukraine without Ukraine."…
By John Leicester, Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
Four European leaders are visiting Ukraine, denouncing the brutality of the Russian invasion in a high-profile show of support amid Kyiv's fears that Western resolve to help the embattled country could wane as the war grinds on…
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