A view of Kyiv, Ukraine

Moscow Says Ukrainian Rocket Strike Kills 63 Russian Troops

This is one of the deadliest attacks on the Kremlin’s forces since the war began more than 10 months ago.

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Ukrainians flee homes destroyed by Russian shelling.

Russia Presses Ukraine, Firing 40 Drones At Kyiv

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said Monday that 40 drones "headed for Kyiv" overnight. All of them were destroyed, according to air defense forces.

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Emergency workers arrive at a residential area hit during a Russian attack in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Russian Strikes Intensify As Ukrainians Return For Holiday

Officials say at least one person has been killed and 14 others hospitalized after 20 Russia launched 20 missiles over Ukraine Saturday.

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Olena Balai holds a photo of her only son, Viktor Balai, a 28-year-old veteran of the war, in Zdvyzhivka, Ukraine

Evidence Of Russian Crimes Mounts As War In Ukraine Drags On

Evidence shows Russia has waged total war, with disregard for international laws governing the treatment of civilians and conduct on the battlefield.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping via a video confer

Putin, Xi Vow Closer Ties As Russia Bombards Ukraine Again

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping hailed strengthening ties between Moscow and Beijing during a virtual meeting Friday.

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People sit in the subway station being used as a bomb shelter during a rocket attack in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Russia Launches Massive Missile Barrage Across Ukraine

Russia dispatched explosive drones to selected regions overnight before broadening the barrage with air- and sea-based cruise missiles.

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Nataliia Pavliuk, right, and her daughter Yustyna, third from right, st.and with children and their artwork

Ukrainian Kids Express Horrors Of War Through Art Therapy

A mother and daughter, who are art teachers from Lviv, Ukraine, opened a new exhibition called "Children of War" at a Chicago Ukrainian museum.

 | Ben Schamisso

Ukrainian soldiers watch drone feeds from an underground command center in Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine

Minister: Ukraine Aims To Develop Air-To-Air Combat Drones

The Ukrainian government minister in charge of technology says his country is developing combat drones to attack the ones Russia has used.

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Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Vatican Says Health Of Retired Pope Benedict XVI 'Worsening'

Pope Francis has asked the faithful to pray for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI as he is "constantly monitored" by doctors.

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Kurdish activist and anti-racism group stage a protest holding Kurdistan Workers Party.

Prosecutors: Paris Shooting Suspect Wanted To Kill Migrants

The shooting in a bustling Parisian neighborhood shook and angered the Kurdish community, and stirred up concerns about hate crimes.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Putin Claims Moscow Ready For Ukraine Talks As Attacks Go On

A country-wide air raid alert was announced twice on Sunday and three missiles in the afternoon hit the city of Kramatorsk.

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A Ukrainian soldier decorates a frontline position during fights with Russian forces near Maryinka, Donetsk region.

Shells Pummel Ukraine's Kherson; 10 Dead, 55 Wounded

Shelling has been especially intense in Kherson since Russian forces withdrew and Ukraine's army reclaimed the southern city in November.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy

Zelenskyy Back In Kyiv After U.S. Visit; Russia Keeps Up Attacks

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy sounded another defiant note on his return to his nation's capital following his wartime visit to the U.S.

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A police officer stands next to the cordoned off area where a shooting took place in Paris,

3 Dead, 3 Wounded In Paris Shooting; Suspect Arrested

The Paris prosecutor said the suspect had a prior police record and that investigators are considering a possible racist motive for the shooting.

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The Patriot weapons system at the NATO Missile Firing Installation.

U.S. To Provide Ukraine With Most Advanced Air Defense System Yet

What is the Patriot air defense system, and how would it benefit Ukraine?

 | Haley Bull

President Joe Biden speaks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as they meet in the Oval Office of the White House

Zelenskyy Tells Biden: 'No Compromises' In Path To Peace

This is Zelenskyy's first known trip outside Ukraine since Russia's invasion began in February.

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Pallets of 155 mm shells bound for Ukraine.

U.S. To Send $1.8 Billion In Additional Military Aid To Ukraine

The aid comes as Congress is poised to approve another $44.9 billion in assistance for Ukraine as part of a massive spending bill.

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Residents watch a burning building after a Russian drone strike.

Nighttime Drone Attack Rocks Kyiv As Putin Heads To Belarus

The drone strikes come as Russian President Putin is believed to be seeking some kind of Belarusian military support for his war in Ukraine.

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Ukrainian State Emergency Service firefighters work to extinguish a fire.

Dead Boy Pulled From Rubble Of Latest Russian Hit On Ukraine

A number of Russian missiles were fired part of Moscow's strategy to leave Ukrainian civilians and soldiers in the dark and cold this winter.

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Debris lay in front of a hotel in Berlin, Germany

Huge Berlin Aquarium Bursts, Unleashing Flood Of Devastation

The 82-foot-tall AquaDom was described as the biggest cylindrical tank in the world and held more than a thousand tropical fish before the incident.

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Patriot missles are seen at the Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport

U.S. Poised To Approve Patriot Missile Battery For Ukraine

The Patriot would be the most advanced surface-to-air missile system the West has provided to Ukraine.

 | AP and Haley Bull

Members of a lifeboat return after a large search and rescue operation.

4 Confirmed Dead After Boat Capsizes In English Channel

The U.K. Maritime and Coastguard Agency coordinated a rescue operation involving the Royal Navy, border officers, Kent police and the French navy.

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Faces of the War

Newsy Tonight Presents: Faces of the War Part III

Faces of the War returns to tell the stories of orphans, fighters and animal lovers in Ukraine's war.

 | Jason Bellini and Linda Pattillo

Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Cornered In Ukraine, Putin Ditches Annual News Conference

Russian President Vladimir Putin won't hold the annual news conference for the first time in 10 years.

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Police search teams investigate where four children fell through an icy lake.

3 Children Die After Fall Into Icy U.K. Lake

Three children have died and a fourth is in critical condition after falling into an icy lake about 100 miles north of London.

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A monitor at a basketball game reads, "Welcome Home Brittney Griner," alongside a photo of the WNBA player.

'I Want To Talk': Brittney Griner Opened Up During Her Long Trip Home

Griner made connections with the people responsible for getting her home, spending time getting to know them and sharing details about her time away.

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A Ukrainian Captain who goes by "Vakula"

Ukraine’s 63rd Brigade Moves East – With Trench Family Of Wartime Pets

Jason Bellini reports the front in Ukraine has moved East. Ukraine’s 63rd Brigade has moved with it, bringing the pets they've adopted along.

 | Jason Bellini

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

NATO Chief Fears Ukraine War Could Become A Wider Conflict

The head of NATO has expressed worry that the fighting in Ukraine could spin out of control and become a war between Russia and NATO.

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Smiling photo of Marc Fogel

There Are Still Detained Americans In Russia After Griner's Release

Anne Fogel’s brother Marc and another American Paul Whelan weren’t part of the exchange — a huge blow to their families.

 | Maritsa Georgiou

Russian President Vladimir Putin is shown.

Vladimir Putin Says Ukraine Fight Is Taking Longer Than Expected

Russian President Vladimir Putin reiterated his claim that he had to send troops into Ukraine nine months ago.

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