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In our news wrap Sunday, Ukraine's president warns that Russian forces could escalate fighting this week and calls for strength ahead of Ukrainian Independence Day, a federal appeals court granted Sen. Lindsey Graham a temporary hold on testifying before a…
In our news wrap Saturday, Russia has said international inspectors will be allowed into the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, Islamic militants stormed a hotel in Somalia's capital in a deadly terror attack, the Supreme Court sided with Black voters in a…
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
Violence continues near Europe's largest power plant in Ukraine, the nuclear facility at Zaporizhzhia, as Russian and Ukrainian officials continue to trade accusations over who's to blame. Sola Talabi, an adjunct professor and nuclear engineer with nearly two decades in…
In our news wrap Sunday, online threats against federal officials are increasing after the FBI's search of Trump's home, a man drove into a Capitol barrier and died in an apparent suicide, a Palestinian gunman opened fire on a bus…
By Derek Gatopoulos, Associated Press
As fighting steps up in southern Ukraine, concerns have grown sharply about the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which is held by Russian forces and has been hit by sporadic shelling.
By Susie Blann, Associated Press
A Russian rocket attack on the city of Kramatorsk killed three people and wounded 13 others Friday night, according to the mayor.
By Ali Rogin, Winston Wilde
Four more merchant ships left Black Sea ports carrying corn and other products from Ukraine today. They are part of a deal in which Russia temporarily lifted a blockade to alleviate global food shortages. Meanwhile, the first ship to leave…
In our news wrap Sunday, the McKinney Fire in northern California forces thousands to flee their homes, at least seven deaths in Oregon are suspected caused by excessive heat, the death toll from flooding in Kentucky rises to 26, Ukraine's…
By Ayse Wieting, Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has driven up food prices around the world and led to silos full of blocked grain being stuck in Ukraine.
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