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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (right) take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Alexander Garden on Defender of the Fatherland Day, in Moscow, Friday. Sergey Guneev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo/AP hide caption

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Biden announces over 500 new sanctions for Russia's war in Ukraine and Navalny death

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People walk next to a cracked panel apartment building in the eastern Siberian city of Yakutsk in 2018. Climate change is causing permafrost, or permanently frozen ground, to thaw across the Arctic. When the earth thaws, it can destabilize building foundations, roads, pipelines and other infrastructure. Mladen Antonov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why the war in Ukraine is bad for climate science

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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba (center left) and European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell visit a monument to fallen defenders of Ukraine in Kyiv, Monday. Borrell and EU foreign ministers have gathered in Kyiv in a display of support for Ukraine's fight against Russia's invasion. Press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine via AP hide caption

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In this pool photo distributed by Sputnik agency, Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un visit the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Amur region on Wednesday. Mikhail Metzel/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Kim Jong Un vows full support for Russia as Putin pledges space tech for North Korea

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Technicians at the Khmelnytskyi nuclear power plant demonstrate the process for reactivating one of the facility's Soviet-era reactors. Brian Mann/NPR hide caption

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Ukraine strains to safely operate nuclear power plants while under Russian invasion

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Flowers left on the grave of Yevgeny Prigozhin who died in a plane crash are seen during the funeral ceremony at a cemetery in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tuesday. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Relatives and soldiers mourn the death of fighter pilot Andrii "Juice" Pilshchykov, 30, during his funeral on Tuesday in Kyiv, Ukraine. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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A poster photo of U.S. Marine Corps veteran and former Russian prisoner Trevor Reed stands in Lafayette Park near the White House, March 30, 2022, in Washington. Reed, a former U.S. Marine who was released from Russia in a prisoner swap last year, has been injured while fighting in Ukraine, the State Department said. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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A harvester collects wheat in Ukraine, on Aug. 9, 2022. On Monday, Russia suspended its participation in a wartime deal brokered by the U.N. and Turkey that was designed to move food from Ukraine to parts of the world where millions are going hungry. Efrem Lukatsky/AP hide caption

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Victoria Amelina stands next to a cherry tree in the backyard of Volodymyr Vakulenko, a Ukrainian children's book author, where he buried his diary of living under Russian occupation in Kapytolivka before he was killed. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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She saved the diary of a Ukrainian writer killed by Russia. Then she was killed, too

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NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks during a news conference ahead of a NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, Monday. Russia's war in Ukraine will top the agenda when NATO leaders meet in the Lithuanian capital on Tuesday and Wednesday. Mindaugas Kulbis/AP hide caption

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A Russian serviceman guards the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in in southeastern Ukraine in May 2022. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Russia has placed devices that look like explosives on top of reactors at the plant. He says Russia may carry out sabotage and blame Ukraine. Russia, in turn, says Ukraine is planning to attack the plant. AP hide caption

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Members of the Wagner Group sit atop of a tank in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, on Saturday. President Vladimir Putin said an armed mutiny by Wagner mercenaries was a "stab in the back" and that the group's chief, Yevgeny Prigozhin, had betrayed Russia. Prigozhin later called off his group's action and the Kremlin said he would go to Belarus. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Russia's President Vladimir Putin, seen on a laptop screen, makes a statement in Moscow on Saturday as Wagner Group forces stage a rebellion. Natalia Kolesnikova/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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