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Riot police detain demonstrators during a protest against mobilization in Moscow on Wednesday. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilization of reservists in Russia, effective immediately. AP hide caption

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Ukraine invasion — explained

Russians are protesting and fleeing the country as Putin orders a draft for Ukraine

The mobilization of thousands more troops to bolster the military campaign in Ukraine is rippling across Russia, as the military swiftly drafts new recruits and signs of discontent appear to spread.

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on September 21, 2022 in New York City. Stocks dropped in the final hour of trading after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point in an attempt to continue to tame inflation. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Stock markets drop as Wall Street takes a gloomy view of the economy

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Riot police detain demonstrators during a protest against mobilization in Moscow on Wednesday. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilization of reservists in Russia, effective immediately. AP hide caption

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Russians are protesting and fleeing the country as Putin orders a draft for Ukraine

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From left: Philippa, 23, from Sydney, Australia; Laura, 23, from Melbourne; and Isabella, 23, from Sydney wait in line to enter Tresor, one of Germany's popular nightclubs for electronic music, in Berlin in the early morning hours of Sept. 4. Jacobia Dahm for NPR hide caption

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How a whiskey-fueled meeting in 1949 led to Berlin's famed techno scene

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House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy speaks in Monongahela, Pa., on Friday, about Republicans' agenda if they regain control of the House in the midterm elections. Barry Reeger/AP hide caption

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House GOP unveils its legislative roadmap if they win back the House in November

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Football fans watch the Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins at the Hamilton Sports Bar and Grill in Baltimore on Sept. 18. Justin T. Gellerson for NPR hide caption

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Scandals? What scandals? Here's why fans are still watching the NFL

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