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Coming to terms with war trauma in Ukraine

Medical specialists from Ukraine visited hospitals in the United States to share insights into treating people injured in war.
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United with Ukraine [rolling updates]

Check out our latest coverage of the developments in Ukraine and the U.S. response. This article will be updated on a rolling basis.
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Ukraine’s neighbors offer routes for grain exports

After Russia walked away from the Black Sea Grain Initiative, Ukraine found alternative routes for its grain.
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U.S. humanitarian aid for Ukraine war tops $2.6 billion

Learn about the kinds of humanitarian assistance the United States provides to help people affected by Russia’s war against Ukraine.
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Ukrainian students face an uncertain school year

As Ukraine's students return to school, the United Nations, the U.S. and Europe are helping to rebuild the nation's schools.
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5 symbols of Ukrainian independence

Ukraine celebrates its Independence Day August 24. Learn more about a few symbols that represent Ukraine’s pride, sacrifice and unity.
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World leaders call on Russia to rejoin Black Sea grain deal

Pope Francis and other world leaders urged Russia to comply with an agreement that provides Ukrainian grain to countries around the world
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Russia’s top talent fleeing to other countries

Russians continue to leave their country for opportunities elsewhere because of the war in Ukraine and political repression.
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How Ukraine and U.S. tech firms build for the future

Ukraine relies on U.S. technology to document potential war crimes, track bomb damage and monitor agricultural output, among other things.