Russia-Ukraine recap A quick look back at the latest developments.
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Russia-Ukraine recap

A quick look back at the latest developments.

U.S. military veterans Andy Huynh, left, and Alexander Drueke. The two veterans, who disappeared while fighting Russia with Ukrainian forces on June 9, have been released after about three months in captivity, relatives said Wednesday, Sept. 21. Jeronimo Nisa/The Decatur Daily, left; and Lois "Bunny" Drueke/Dianna Shaw/AP hide caption

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Jeronimo Nisa/The Decatur Daily, left; and Lois "Bunny" Drueke/Dianna Shaw/AP

A Ukrainian soldier stands atop an abandoned Russian tank near a village on the outskirts of Izium, in the Kharkiv region, eastern Ukraine. Ukraine said its swift offensive took significant ground back from Russia. Juan Barreto/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Mariano Grossi talks to reporters on a road outside the city of Zaporizhzhia after his visit to the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine on Sept. 1, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Genya Savilov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The cargo ship Razoni crosses the Bosporus Strait in Istanbul, Turkey, on Aug. 3. The first cargo ship to leave Ukraine since the Russian invasion was anchored at an inspection area in the Black Sea off the coast of Istanbul Wednesday morning before moving on to Lebanon. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson stands beside President Biden and other world leaders posing for a photo during the NATO summit on Wednesday in Madrid, Spain. The defense alliance declared Russia a direct threat and members are committing to boost troop levels and position heavy equipment along NATO's eastern flank. Stefan Rousseau/WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman reacts as rescuers evacuate the body of her husband, who was killed in a rocket attack on a residential area in Kharkiv on Monday. The head of Kharkiv's regional administration said a Russian strike on Ukraine's second-largest city killed at least four people and wounded 19 others, including four children. Sergey Bobok/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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