Emergency personnel work over rubble following a drone attack at a Ukraine dorm

Russian drones kill 4 at Ukraine dorm, as rival summits end

A high school and two dormitories were partially destroyed in the overnight drone attack.

 | AP

President Joe Biden embraces Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

US announces $350M in additional military aid to Ukraine

The latest aid package includes various types of ammunition, such as rockets and grenade launchers, as well as fuel tanker trucks and patrol boats.

 | Gage Jackson

Vladimir Putin in Mariupol

Vladimir Putin makes first trip to illegally-annexed Mariupol

The surprise trip also comes one day before Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to visit Moscow.

 | Scripps News Staff and Elina Tarkazikis

The Eaubonne bulk carrier ship docks in the port of Mombasa, Kenya.

Russia, Ukraine extend grain deal to aid world's poor

Ukraine announced a 120-day extension on Saturday, the day the deal was set to expire.

 | AP

Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin

China's Xi to meet Putin as Beijing seeks bolder global role

Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine is expected to dominate Putin and Xi's discussions.

 | AP

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, right, and Finland's President Sauli Niinisto shake hands

Turkey's president says he will back Finland's NATO bid

Turkey's President Erdogan said he would support Finland’s NATO application, paving the way for the country to join the military bloc ahead of Sweden.

 | AP

Protesters stand in a cloud of teargas after a demonstration in Paris.

Protests erupt in France over Macron’s retirement age push

The French president argues a reform is needed to make the economy more competitive and to keep the pension system from diving into deficit.

 | AP

Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, known as the taoiseach, left, and Vice President Kamala Harris

President Biden hosting Irish prime minister on St. Patrick's Day

Leo Varadkar and his partner, Matthew Barrett, will attend a breakfast with Vice President Kamala Harris before meeting with President Biden.

 | AP

A view of a MiG-29 aircraft at Sliac Air Base, in Sliac, Slovakia.

Poland, Slovakia become first NATO allies to give Ukraine fighter jets

The U.S. has turned down the request to send F-16 fighter jets multiple times.

 | Scripps News Staff

Members of the Elbe Group

Top Ex-Spies and Generals from US & Russia Pause Work Together

An exclusive look at a group of former senior American spies and military generals, who met for years with Russians of a similar background.

 | Sasha Ingber

President of European Central Bank Christine Lagarde

Europe's central bank backs big rate hike despite bank chaos

In a statement, the bank called the banking sector in the 20 countries using the euro currency "resilient," with strong finances.

 | AP

U.K. Cabinet Office Minister Oliver Dowden

UK bans TikTok on government phones

Bans by the U.K. and other Western governments are prompted by growing concerns about China having access to user data.

 | AP

Credit Suisse to borrow billions in central bank recovery effort

Lender Credit Suisse will borrow up to about $53 billion from Switzerland's central bank in a crisis-era recovery effort.

 | Scripps News Staff

A U.S. MQ-9 drone is on display / AP

US says Russian warplane hit American drone over Black Sea

This appears to mark the first time since the height of the Cold War that a U.S. aircraft was brought down after being hit by a Russian warplane.

 | AP

Junior doctors in London hold signs as they strike for better pay.

Tens of thousands of UK doctors launch 3-day strike over pay dispute

The British Medical Association said new doctors earn around $17 an hour and pay has fallen 26% since 2008, taking inflation into account.

 | Gage Jackson

Former English soccer star Gary Lineker.

BBC reverses Gary Lineker suspension for Twitter post

Lineker, one of England's most lauded soccer players, was suspended for a tweet comparing the U.K.'s migration policy to Nazi Germany.

 | AP

Valeria Ferraro / AP

Italy's coast guard, navy, bring hundreds of migrants ashore

The influx of sea arrivals came in the face of a crackdown by Italy's right-wing government on people smugglers announced only two days earlier.

 | AP

The TikTok logo.

Belgium to ban TikTok from government phones amid privacy concerns

The ban follows similar moves by the European Union, Canada, and the U.S.

 | Gage Jackson

Edward, Britain's new Duke of Edinburgh, and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh.

UK has new Duke of Edinburgh as king gives his brother title

It had been Prince Philip's wish that Edward should get the dukedom after he and Queen Elizabeth II had both died.

 | AP

Armed police officers near the scene of a shooting in Hamburg, Germany on Thursday March 9, 2023

Six reported dead in Germany shooting

German media reported at least 6 people were killed in a shooting in northern Germany in Hamburg. Area residents were asked to evacuate.

 | Douglas Jones

Villagers clear the rubble after Russia's night rocket attack ruined private houses in a village.

Russian missile barrage slams into cities across Ukraine

Overall, Russia launched 81 missiles and eight exploding Shahed drones Thursday, according to Ukraine's chief commander of the armed forces.

 | AP

The inscription ‘He is Odin’s man’ is seen in a round half circle over the head of a figure on a golden bracteate.

Oldest reference to Norse god Odin found in Danish treasure

Scientists have identified the oldest-known reference to the Norse god Odin on a gold disc unearthed in western Denmark in 2020.

 | AP

The wreckage of trains in Greece lie on the rail lines after a collision.

Greece seeks funding from EU for urgent rail safety upgrades

Upgrades to Greece's railway system had previously been underway, but the country's economic crisis stalled the process.

 | Elina Tarkazikis

A man stands in front of screens at a cybercrime center.

European police, FBI bust international cybercrime gang

Victims in the United States paid out at least $42.5 million to the gang between May 2019 and March 2021.

 | AP

A woman sits among black balloons during a protest outside the Greek parliament in Athens.

Stationmaster charged in Greece train crash that killed 57

The 59-year-old stationmaster allegedly directed two trains traveling in opposite directions onto the same track.

 | AP

Women's field hockey player Shahida Raza

Athlete dead in shipwreck left Pakistan to help disabled son

Hospitals had told her that help overseas could be her only option.

 | AP

A worker welds part of a shelter in a plant of the Metinvest company, in Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine.

Ukraine plant builds 6-person bunkers for war's front lines

Instead of doing their usual jobs producing and repairing mining equipment, some steel workers are busy building metal bunkers for front-line troops.

 | AP

Iryna Dmytrieva and her daughter Liza

Living for Liza: A Ukrainian mother's journey of love and defiance

Scripps News’ Jason Bellini talks with the mother of a girl killed by a Russian missile in Ukraine, in her first in-person interview since the summer.

 | Jason Bellini and Dmytro Horyevoy

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

NATO chief: membership for Finland, Sweden 'top priority'

NATO chief Stoltenberg is urging Turkey and Hungary to urgently ratify accession, since NATO requires unanimous approval from its 30 existing members.

 | AP

The site of a train collision in Greece.

Head-on train crash in Greece kills 36, injures at least 85

A passenger train collided with an oncoming freight train in northern Greece late Tuesday.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff