Russia-Ukraine War

The Russian invasion has devastated several Ukrainian cities, caused a humanitarian crisis and fueled insecurity around the world.

Highlights

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    Ukraine Retreats From Embattled City, as Russia Grinds On

    With the withdrawal from Sievierodonetsk, the fighting shifts to neighboring Lysychansk, the last city in the Luhansk region still under Ukrainian control.

    By Thomas Gibbons-Neff, Marc Santora and

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      CreditMaciek Nabrdalik for The New York Times

      Poland Dispatch

      In Warsaw Park, Ukraine’s Teen Refugees Hang Out and Hang On

      Some fled to Poland’s capital alone. All feel deeply uneasy about the future. For the young Ukrainians packing into Poland’s capital, a park offers a place where they can try to cope, together.

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      CreditSergey Ponomarev for The New York Times

      From Russian Elites, No Sign of Broad Challenge to Putin

      Many business owners and intellectuals fled Russia after the invasion of Ukraine, but others stayed behind, struggling to redefine their lives. Their diverging choices do not add up to a broad challenge to Vladimir Putin’s war.

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