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Marina Kluchnikov reads to her youngest child, Sasha, 3, as husband Artyom Kluchnikov looks on and daughter Olenka, 11, reads a book of her own. With Russian troops amassed along Ukraine's border, they worry if an invasion could be imminent. Pete Kiehart for NPR hide caption

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Despite fears of a Russian invasion, one Ukrainian family tries to keep life normal

"You have to find ways to live a normal life," says a mother of four in Kyiv. She and her family keep their car full of fuel and plan to take refuge in a village outside the capital if Russia attacks.

Rosie Brennan of the United States competes in a Tour de Ski, women's 10-kilometer freestyle, interval start cross-country ski event, in Dobbiaco (Toblach), Italy, on Jan. 5, 2021. She is planning to compete at the Beijing Winter Olympics next month. Alessandro Trovati/AP hide caption

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Could the world become too warm to hold Winter Olympics?

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Marina Kluchnikov reads to her youngest child, Sasha, 3, as husband Artyom Kluchnikov looks on and daughter Olenka, 11, reads a book of her own. With Russian troops amassed along Ukraine's border, they worry if an invasion could be imminent. Pete Kiehart for NPR hide caption

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Despite fears of a Russian invasion, one Ukrainian family tries to keep life normal

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Louie Anderson at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards. He was known for his starring role in the FX dark comedy Baskets. Danny Moloshok/Danny Moloshok/Invision/AP hide caption

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Emmy-winning comedian Louie Anderson has died at 68

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