In an interview with CNN, Mr. Biden said he had “no intention” of talking to the Russian leader at a meeting next month, but would consider discussions about freeing Brittney Griner.
Doral, Fla., nicknamed “Doralzuela,” has become a destination for the many people fleeing a troubled country. There, they find support, and, ideally, a new home.
The program, an effort to deal with a surge in migrants, would be similar to one offered to Ukrainians.
After Russia bombarded civilian targets, G7 leaders pledged “undeterred and steadfast” financial and military support for Kyiv.
Plus Xi Jinping’s push for an indivisible Chinese identity and a warning for the global economy.
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