Putin, charged with war crimes, must limit travel to avoid arrest

The war crimes charges against Vladimir Putin brought by the International Criminal Court mean that the Russian leader, in theory, is unable to travel to two-thirds of the globe without risking arrest in the 123 countries that are parties to the United Nations treaty underpinning the court’s operations and therefore obligated to detain him.

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Tensions on the rise at revered Kyiv monastery complex

The Ukrainian government says it’s evicting the Ukrainian Orthodox Church from the complex as of March 29. Church representatives say this is a pretext for a continued government crackdown on the church, which has historic ties to Moscow.

Russia 'largely stalled' in Bakhmut, shifting focus, UK says

The top commander of Ukraine's military said Saturday that his forces were pushing back against Russian troops in the long and grinding battle for the town of Bakhmut, and British military intelligence says Russia appears to be moving to a defensive strategy in eastern Ukraine.

Hungary: Criticism makes it hard to cooperate with West

The West's steady criticism of Hungary on democratic and cultural issues makes the small European country's right-wing government reluctant to offer support on practical matters, specifically NATO's buildup against Russia, Hungary's foreign minister said.

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