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Kremlin pressures more Russian media outlets into silence

Media outlets in Russia have suspended operations in response to the Kremlin's restrictions on factual reporting on the war against Ukraine.
Women watching and embracing as bodies are exhumed (© Laurel Chor/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images)

The Russian military’s history of atrocities

Russia's military has destroyed homes and killed civilians in Ukraine. It's not the only place Putin's forces left evidence of atrocities.
People standing next to U.S. flag and flowers on beach (© David Vincent/AP Images)

D-Day anniversary prompts reflection

Remembering D-Day, a pivotal Allied victory during World War II, links the struggles against tyranny in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Woman in crowd reaching out to receive food aid (© Nicola Marfisi/AGF/Universal Images Group/Getty Images)

Marking 100 days of Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine

Here are a few ways the U.S. government and the American people have shown solidarity with Ukraine since Putin invaded Ukraine February 24.
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Voices of Ukraine: Andriy

Meet Andriy of Crimea, who demonstrated in favor of Ukraine’s sovereignty in 2014 and was imprisoned by Russian forces for his actions.
Illustration of woman with Ukrainian flag around neck and flower crown (State Dept./D. Thompson)

United with Ukraine [April-May 2022]

Check out our latest coverage of the developments in Ukraine and the U.S. response. This article will be updated on a rolling basis.
Sauli Niinistö, Joe Biden and Magdalena Andersson walking outside White House (© Andrew Harnik/AP Images)

Biden: U.S. welcomes Finland, Sweden’s bids to join NATO

President Biden is hailing the applications of both Finland and Sweden to join NATO, saying the countries would strengthen the alliance.
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Russian-speaking communities in New York rally for Ukraine

Meet New York City residents whose families came from Russia and other parts of the former Soviet Union who support Ukraine.
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U.S. rushes humanitarian aid to Ukraine

The U.S. is providing hundreds of millions of dollars in humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine and partnering to deliver support.