The War in Ukraine, South Korea’s Election and More

The War in Ukraine, South Korea’s Election and More
A man is seen through a bullet hole of a machine-gunned bus that Ukrainian authorities say was ambushed on Feb. 26 by Russian “saboteurs,” Kyiv, Ukraine, March 4, 2022 (AP photo by Emilio Morenatti).

Just over a week into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the shock has begun to fade, while the outrage continues to mount. The tenacious resistance of Ukraine’s military, its president and its people in the face of what have become increasingly indiscriminate attacks by Russian forces has created a rising tide of support and solidarity across Europe and the world. That has translated into stepped-up deliveries of military aid by European countries, mass rallies in capitals across the continent and an open-door policy for the hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees now fleeing the war. While the Russian military continues to […]

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