US military presence in Poland and Spain reportedly headed for increase
President Joe Biden intends to announce a U.S. troop increase in Poland and the possible basing of more American warships in Spain, NBC reported.
Where have Ukrainian refugees gone?
Russia’s full-scale invasion sent millions of Ukrainians fleeing to countries in the European Union.
Russian weapons wrecked in Ukraine war on display in Poland
Ukraine Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar and the head of Poland’s prime minister’s office, Michal Dworczyk, inaugurated the exhibit in Warsaw’s Castle Square — a symbolic venue that was painstakingly rebuilt after its destruction during World War II.
Putin to make 1st trip abroad since Ukraine conflict's start
President Vladimir Putin is making his first public foreign trip since Russia sent troops into Ukraine, heading for two former Soviet republics and meetings likely to be friendly.
Lawyers want 101-year-old alleged ex-Nazi guard acquitted
The defendant, whose name wasn't released due to German privacy laws, allegedly worked at the Sachsenhausen camp on the outskirts of Berlin between 1942 and 1945 as an enlisted member of the Nazi Party's paramilitary wing.
Famine threatens wide swaths of the world, now worsened by Ukraine war
The number of people facing starvation more than doubled in just the last two years, to 345 million, according to United Nations figures.
Tale of 2 summits: ‘America’s back’ to America’s backsliding
As President Biden meets this week with the heads of G-7 leading democratic economies, he carries with him the domestic baggage of political unrest, shocking mass shootings and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to end constitutional protections for abortion.
Russian missile strike hits crowded shopping mall in Ukraine
Scores of civilians are feared killed or injured after a Russian missile strike hit a crowded shopping mall in the central city of Kremenchuk.
WNBA star Brittney Griner ordered to trial Friday in Russia
More than four months after she was arrested at a Moscow airport for cannabis possession, a Russian court has set the start date of the criminal trial of U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner for July 1.
NATO chief previews major force increase expected to pass at ‘transformative’ summit
The response force now stands at roughly 40,000 troops, but that number will swell to more than 300,000, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said.
Officials: US to send advanced missile systems to Ukraine
The U.S. is planning to buy and send more medium- to long-range missile systems to Ukraine, a move officials hope will help Ukrainian forces hold onto the last remaining segments of land in the eastern Donbas that Russia has not yet been able to capture.
Biden urges Western unity on Ukraine amid war fatigue
Joe Biden and Western allies opened a three-day summit intent on keeping economic fallout from the war in Ukraine from fracturing the global coalition working to punish Russia's aggression.
A bloody retreat as Ukraine unit hit by Russian cluster bombs
As the convoy moved into the farm village of Verkhniokamianske, with many of the soldiers riding on the outside of the vehicles, the first blast struck right by them. It was a cluster bomb, they would later surmise, something that tore through the contingent of men clinging to that side of one truck.
Carpe diem: In Ukraine, war turning love into marriages
Ukraine's wartime martial laws include a provision allowing Ukrainians to apply and marry on the same day. In Kyiv alone, more than 4,000 couples have jumped at the expedited opportunity.
What happens if Russia defaults on its debt?
Russia is poised to default on its foreign debt for the first time since the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, further alienating the country from the global financial system.
Johnson, Trudeau joke about going shirtless to threaten Putin with ‘our pecs’
Britain’s Boris Johnson and Canada’s Justin Trudeau, debating attire for a group photo, sought to intimidate Russia’s Vladimir Putin in an unconventional way.
The wild history of the Bavarian castle hosting this week’s G-7 summit
Schloss Elmau has been a Nazi vacation camp, a field hospital and a sanctuary for Holocaust survivors. Its backstory tracks closely with Germany’s tumultuous 20th-century history.