Ukraine war: Russians grieve for fallen soldiers

Ukraine war Russians grieve for fallen soldiers

[ad_1] In a recent edition of state TV’s flagship weekly news show, the anchor claimed that if Russia “hadn’t intervened now, in three years’ time Ukraine would have been in Nato… with a nuclear bomb. [Ukraine] would definitely advance on Crimea, then on southern Russia.” An alternative reality, in which …

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The Story Behind TIME’s ‘Resilience of Ukraine’ Cover

The Story Behind TIMEs Resilience of Ukraine Cover

[ad_1] Since Russia’s invasion began, dozens of Ukraine’s 7.5 million children have been killed and thousands of others have left in search of safety. Among those thousands is 5-year-old Valeriia from Kryvyi Rih, President Volodymyr Zelensky’s hometown in central Ukraine. Her image—a smiling child, literally supported by her fellow Ukrainians—appears …

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