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Finland is the latest country to lose the energy supply, which is used to generate electricity and power industry, after rejecting Russia’s decree.
Battered by their monthslong siege of the vital port city of Mariupol, Russian troops need time to regroup, Britain’s Defense Ministry said in an assessment.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is accusing Russia of holding grain for millions of people around the world hostage.
Yuliia Paievska recorded her team's frantic efforts over two weeks to bring people back from the brink of death in Mariupol. Now, she's in Russian hands.
U.K. intelligence suggests Russian officials will also be "distracted" as they try to avoid "culpability" for the invasion's failures.
Despite the setback in Mariupol, Ukraine’s confidence has been growing after fighting the Russian offensive to an effective standstill.
North Korea reported 262,270 more suspected COVID-19 infections on Thursday as it scrambled to slow infections among its unvaccinated population.
Days before the federal election, Scott Morrison brought a young child to the ground during a soccer match.
“The plane did what it was told to do by someone in the cockpit,” a person with knowledge of the officials' preliminary findings told The Wall Street Journal.