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The Race to Rescue Ukraine’s Power Grid From Russia

In late February, Ukraine began a long-planned 72-hour test to unhook its electricity grid from Russia’s. Then the invasion started.

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Ukraine military turns volunteers away as 140K Ukrainians come home to fight Russia

Although 1.5 million Ukrainians have fled the country amid the Russian invasion, more than 100,000 Ukrainians and others have flocked to Ukraine in order to fight Russian President Vladimir Putin's forces, according to Ukraine Defense Minister Oleksiy Rez

Politics | Politics

Revealed: The Real Reason That Deal to Send Fighter Jets to Ukraine Fell Through

A lot of what we are seeing is a front.

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New poll finds 74% of Americans want a NATO-led no-fly zone over Ukraine

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 74% of Americans want “NATO to “set up ‘no-fly zones’ to protect Ukraine from Russian air strikes”

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Ukraine nuclear reactors being safely shut down - U.S. energy official

U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on Thursday the reactors at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station "are protected by robust containment structures and reactors are being safely shut down".

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Belarus could join Russian invasion of Ukraine: LIVE UPDATES

Belarus may join the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which entered its fifth day on Monday. Fighting in the streets has engulfed Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv, and Russian troops are encircling Ukraine's capital city, Kyiv.