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Destroyed tanks and trucks line the farm roads that bisect Mykhailo Liubchenko's plots. The ground fighting has subsided, but there's almost daily shelling in his region near the front lines of the southern campaign of the war. Peter Granitz/NPR hide caption

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Ukraine's farmers face Russia's blockade and explosives on their lands this harvest

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Odesa maintains some normalcy despite Russian aerial assault on southern Ukraine

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Russia is focusing on 3 key agricultural cities in Ukraine's southeast

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Russian blockade in Odesa disrupts Ukrainian farmers' grain exports

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Russia closes in on a city in eastern Ukraine after 100 days of war

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Ukraine has Russian war wreckage on display as a reminder

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The war in Ukraine has the cost of bread skyrocketing in places like the Middle East

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Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs became the winningest coach in NBA regular-season history on Friday, getting his 1,336th victory when the San Antonio Spurs rallied to beat the Utah Jazz, 104-102. Nic Antaya/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukraine's U.N. Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya speaks at the United Nations in New York on Wednesday before a vote on a resolution condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A woman stands in front of a destroyed building after a Russian missile attack in the town of Vasylkiv, near Kyiv, on Sunday. Russian forces faced stiff resistance over the weekend and faced logistics problems in their invasion plans. Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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