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Russian troops continue push into east and south Ukraine

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Conservative member of Parliament Neil Parish speaks at a business breakfast on June 1, 2016. He says he will resign after admitting that he watched porn in the House of Commons. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman representing a rape victim leads protesters in Berlin demonstrating in an April 16 march against Russian military aggression in the ongoing wars in Ukraine and Syria. Adam Berry/Getty Images hide caption

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Outspoken Putin critic Garry Kasparov says Ukraine is just Putin's first stop

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After three months of conflict, the Ukrainian city of Mariupol is devastated

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Willy Cancel in a photo from his Facebook profile. When a military contracting company was searching for individuals willing travel to Ukraine, he stepped up to take on the fight. Facebook/Willy Cancel hide caption

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U.S. supports efforts to prosecute Russians for alleged war crimes, including at ICC

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In this image taken from footage provided by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press Service, Ukrainian soldiers use a launcher with U.S. Javelin missiles during military exercises in the eastern Donetsk region of Ukraine, on Jan. 12. The U.S. and NATO allies have been ramping up military aid to help Ukraine fend off Russian forces. Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP hide caption

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U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres walks with security personnel as his visits Borodyanka, a town outside Kyiv, Ukraine, that was devastated by a Russian attack and occupation on Thursday. Russia sent a deadly attack into Kyiv as Guterres visited. Sergei Supinsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Nicola Sturgeon: How can small countries have a global impact?

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With an increase in funds to Ukraine, the U.S. aims to help it hold off Russia

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