Heavy Russian strikes on infrastructure targets in Ukraine.
An air-launched AGM-88B missile, built to destroy enemy radars, apparently missed its target and hit an apartment building in Kramatorsk in September.
President Jair Bolsonaro’s campaign argued many votes should be nullified because of a software bug. But experts said the bug did not affect the vote, and Brazil’s elections chief dismissed the complaint.
The effort to negotiate a cap on the price of Russian oil is expected to resume, but when and where is not clear.
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