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A soldier stares up at a gaping hole in an apartment building in Dnipro, Ukraine on Monday. The city was hit by Russian missiles on Saturday. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Amid the rubble in Dnipro, Ukraine, a frantic search grows increasingly desperate

Rescuers have been racing to find survivors at an apartment complex attacked by Russian forces on Saturday. At least 40 people were killed, and more than 25 others are missing and feared dead.

A mural in Washington, D.C. depicts Americans Siamak Namazi (left), who remains in Iran, and Jose Angel Pereira, who was released from Venezuela in October. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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American Siamak Namazi is on a hunger strike in Iranian prison. Why now and for what?

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A soldier stares up at a gaping hole in an apartment building in Dnipro, Ukraine on Monday. The city was hit by Russian missiles on Saturday. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Amid the rubble in Dnipro, Ukraine, a frantic search grows increasingly desperate

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