The Ukrainian president called for an international observation mission at the dam’s hydroelectric plant to prevent a potential catastrophe.
John Kirby, a National Security Council official, also warned that Russia may try to buy advanced missiles from Iran.
Amber Galkin and her children find themselves navigating complicated connections with their homeland as they embrace a new national identity.
King Charles has never sworn in a prime minister, and he will not be crowned until May, making the task of projecting stability more difficult.
Plus accounts of torture in Ukraine and Taiwan’s ambitious diplomacy.
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