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Wednesday

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stands next to a Leopard 2 main battle tank of the German armed forces while visiting an army training center in Ostenholz, Germany, on Oct. 17, 2022. David Hecker/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia's Putin ordered a temporary cease-fire in Ukraine during Orthodox Christmas

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Monday

This photo shows the M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) firing during exercises in the Philippines. Russia accused Ukraine of using the same weapons to carry out the attack. Jam Sta Rosa/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Saturday

People gather at the bottom of a hotel, which has been partially destroyed by a Russian strike in the center of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Saturday. Sergei Supinsky /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Police officers detain demonstrators in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Sept. 21, following calls to protest against the partial mobilization announced by President Vladimir Putin. Putin called on Russian military reservists, saying his promise to use all military means in Ukraine was "no bluff," and hinting that Moscow was prepared to use nuclear weapons. Olga Maltseva/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tuesday

2022 was a very bad year for Russia and its president

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Monday

Putin reiterates claims he's willing to negotiate but attacks on Ukraine continue

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Sunday

What life is like in Ukraine and Russia after 10 months of war

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Monday

A Russian recruit, mobilized for the war in Ukraine, is fighting to avoid the fight

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Thursday

US basketball player Brittney Griner stands in a defendants' cage before a court hearing during her trial on charges of drug smuggling, in Khimki, outside Moscow on August 2, 2022. EVGENIA NOVOZHENINA/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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WNBA player Brittney Griner, who was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport and later charged with illegal possession of cannabis, holds a picture of her team as she stands inside a defendants' cage before a court hearing in Khimki, outside Moscow, on Aug. 4. Evgenia Novozhenina/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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