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Debris covers the inside of the drama theater in April following a March 16 bombing in Mariupol, Ukraine, in an area now controlled by Russian forces. Alexei Alexandrov/AP hide caption

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News brief: Supreme Court winds down, Biden news conference, election deniers

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Biden is wrapping up a week of high-level meetings with allies in Europe

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Tensions are on the rise between Russian and Europe's Baltic region

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The region responsible for 40% of Italy's agriculture faces worst drought in 70 years

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International special envoys for LGBTQ rights talk about pride around the world

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson stands beside President Biden and other world leaders posing for a photo during the NATO summit on Wednesday in Madrid, Spain. The defense alliance declared Russia a direct threat and members are committing to boost troop levels and position heavy equipment along NATO's eastern flank. Stefan Rousseau/WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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President Biden waits for the start of a roundtable meeting at the NATO summit in Madrid. He announced the U.S. would increase its military presence in Europe. Susan Walsh/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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NATO meets in Madrid for what the alliance calls a transformative summit

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NATO will boost military defenses especially on the eastern flank nearest Russia

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News brief: Jan. 6 hearing, NATO summit, recession fears lead to layoffs

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