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19 May 2022

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Russian Soldier Pleads Guilty to War Crimes In Ukraine (3)
by Transitions 18 May 2022 Russian soldier Vadim Shishimarin is seen during a court hearing in Kyiv during his trial for war crimes. Photo by Viacheslav Ratynskyi via CTK/Reuters. You have 2 more articles for free this month if you don't register. REGISTER NOW Register for free to read more. Find out about our membership plans. Already a member?
Takeaways: Election denier wins, bad behavior dooms Cawthorn (5)
Former President Donald Trump's influence was enough to elevate his Senate candidate to victory in North Carolina on Tuesday Via AP news wire Wednesday 18 May 2022 04:56 Takeaways: Election denier wins, bad behavior dooms CawthornShow all 2 Takeaways: Election denier wins, bad behavior dooms CawthornAPTOPIX Election 2022 Pennsylvania Governor APTOPIX Election 2022 Pennsylvania Governor Copyright 2022 The Associated Press.
Officials say more areas of US may see mask recommendations (6)
By Associated Press May 18, 2022 File photo WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - The COVID-19 pandemic could get worse in the U.S. in the weeks ahead, officials said Wednesday, and more people could be advised to again wear masks indoors. Increasing numbers of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations are putting more of the country under guidelines issued by the U.S.
US reopens Kyiv embassy months after fleeing west due to invasion (4)
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says move a result of American arms helping Ukraine fend off Russian advance; safety precautions put in place for diplomats returning to capital By AFP Today, 11:42 pm Employees of US embassy in Ukraine raise the US national flag at the US embassy, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in Kyiv, Ukraine, May 18, 2022.
N. Korea missile, nuclear test possible around Biden Asia trip: U.S (4)
KYODO NEWS - 20 minutes ago - 03:52 U.S. intelligence indicates a "genuine possibility" that North Korea may carry out a missile or nuclear test, or both, around the time of President Joe Biden's upcoming trip to South Korea and Japan, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said Wednesday. Photo distributed by the Korean Central News Agency on Oct.
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