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Russian fleet commander killed in strike on navy headquarters, Ukraine says
Gas prices have risen in recent months. Here's why.
Behind the recent bump in price is Saudi Arabia's decision to slash how much oil it sends to global markets through the end of the year.
Congress divided over aid to Ukraine as Zelenskyy visits Washington
The debate over a new aid package comes as Congress faces its own deadline to avoid a government shutdown.
Russian shipyard in Crimea on fire after Ukraine attacks
The attack against the main base for Russia's Black Sea fleet indicates Ukrainian attacks are getting bolder in Russian-controlled territory.
Putin welcomes Kim Jong Un at cosmodrome in Russia's far east
Putin shook hands with the North Korean leader and said he was “very glad to see” him.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrives in Russia before an expected meeting with Putin
North Korea has possibly tens of millions of artillery shells and rockets based on Soviet designs that could potentially give a huge boost to the Russian army.
Russia holds local elections in occupied Ukraine territory as counteroffensive continues
Russia still does not fully control the territory it is attempting to hold elections in, and Ukrainian forces are clawing back more land by the day.
Connected forever: Ukrainian family makes progress 6 months after moving in with Westlake woman
It's been half a year since the Malieiev family left their war-torn Ukraine for a better life.
Russian missile strike on Ukrainian market kills 17 as Blinken announces new $1B aid package
Blinken’s fourth visit to the country was overshadowed by the strike in the city of Kostiantynivka, near the front line in the Donetsk region.
Russia’s Putin says there will be no new grain deal until the West meets his demands
Russia broke off the deal, complaining that a parallel deal promising to remove obstacles to Russian exports of food and fertilizer hadn’t been honored.
Russia's Putin and Turkey's Erdogan will meet next week after Ukraine grain deal unraveled
As Ukraine's counteroffensive continues, Russia plans to hold talks with Turkey, possibly opening the door to a new deal to export grain from Ukraine.
Russia earns less from oil and spends more on war. So far, sanctions are working like a slow poison
People in Moscow, where criticism of the military can bring jail time, expressed a mix of unease and resignation at the price increases.
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